What to Bring2020-03-11T14:30:53-04:00
  • Patients should pack 7 days of comfortable, casual clothing; fits properly and appropriately and cannot have drug or alcohol messages.
  • Work out clothing for exercise in our fitness center
  • Health Insurance I.D. card
  • Driver’s license for identification
  • Prescription card for medication
  • Any prescriptions you are presently taking in properly labeled bottle: NO CAPSULES ARE PERMITTED. You may be responsible to self-pay for a new prescription.
  • Cash (no more than $50.) for items in patient store. Each patient has a small safe in their room for valuables.
  • All toiletries i.e. toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant. (No alcohol or aerosol of any kind)
  • Slippers and/or flip-flops and bathrobes and shower shoes for shower purposes.
  • Umbrella, jacket or sweater since our campus is large and consists of many buildings.
  • Washcloth if desired –All towels and linens will be provided.
  • Please try to limit belongings to one bag or suitcase.
  • Tennis shoes or good walking shoes
  • Unopened cigarettes. No cigarettes are sold or provided
  • Cell phones. Patients have monitored access to phones during inpatient treatment for maintaining contact with attorney’s, EAP’s and discharge planning.
  • Patients should not bring sexually provocative clothing, ripped or torn clothing, clothing with drug or alcohol references, low cut blouses, spandex/tight fitting clothing, cut off pants or shirts, muscle shirts or tank tops, halter or bare midriff tops. No hats, sweatbands, bandanas or dark glasses are to be worn indoors.
  • No laptops, CD players, iPods or headphones.
  • No products containing alcohol like mouthwash, perfume, cologne or body splash due to high alcohol content.
  • No Aerosol products of any kind i.e. hair spray, deodorant, etc.
  • No Food, candy/gum, or beverages of any kind.
  • No Towels, linens, blankets, pillow or stuffed animals.
  • No Headphones, headsets, CD players, MP3 players, digital music players, laptop/tablet, televisions, computer equipment of any kind.
  • No Hair dyes.
  • No weapons of any kind including firearms, knives, scissors and sharp instruments.
  • No Expensive jewelry.
  • No vapes, loose tobacco, snuff or chewing tobacco.
  • No Pets of any kind, without prior verification as a service animal.
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