What to Bring

What to Bring 2019-08-19T20:50:12+00:00
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Please Bring The Following Items

  • Comfortable clothes for 7 days including t-shirts, walking shorts, sweats, pajamas and robe. Please no tank tops, short shorts or midriffs. We provide on-site washer/dryer.

  • Exercise clothes and swimsuit including a one-piece bathing suit for women.

  • One or two “dressy” outfits for Family Night.

  • Walking/exercise shoes, other comfortable shoes, sandals for summer or warm slippers for winter.

  • Socks and underwear (several pair).

  • Sweater/jacket for fall-spring.

  • Summer wear:

    • light jacket/sweatshirt
    • hat
    • sunglasses
    • sunscreen
  • Winter wear:

    • heavy coat
    • scarf
    • boots
    • warm socks
    • gloves
  • Personal hygiene items: toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant, hair products, lotion, liquid body wash, shaving supplies, shampoo/conditioner, feminine products,. Blow dryers and curling irons are welcome. Please note for hairspray and mouthwash: No products containing alcohol will be allowed.

  • Health insurance card and driver’s license or other official forms of identification.

  • Prescribed medications and written prescriptions for any approved medications.

  • Medical records or previous treatment records, if available.

  • Contact information for emergency contact, personal physician, psychiatrist, psychologist and/or therapist.

  • Credit card for medical co-payments, prescriptions or any other essential personal item as needed.

  • If you have a special comfort like a small blanket, stuffed animal or pillow to bring a sense of home, please bring it! Pictures of your loved one are also welcome.

Optional Items

  • Small alarm clock or watch

  • Journal, stationary, stamps, books, personal address book

Do Not Bring

  • Any drugs or alcohol.

  • Weapons of any kind.

  • Electronic equipment.

  • Aerosol cans or any items that contain alcohol.

  • Cigars, pipes, cloves, etc.

  • Candles or incense.

  • Exercise equipment.

  • Excessive cash or jewelry.

  • Clothing that is revealing or depicts alcohol, drug, sexual, derogatory or offensive messages or logos.

  • Tanning oils, self-tanning products, hair dye or bleaching products.

  • Books or magazines that contain alcohol, drug, sexual, derogatory or offensive content.

  • Any medications not pre-approved or without prescription.

  • Herbal supplements, sleep aides, body-building or weight-loss supplements. Note: We provide a multi-vitamin.

Note

Valuables will be held by management while you are in treatment (wallet, money, keys, phone, etc.). Notebooks and other program-related reading materials will be provided. Residents also have the use of a dedicated house phone.

We cannot be held responsible for lost or stolen personal items. While we make every effort to keep items safe it is best if valuables are left at home.

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