❖ Clothing: Acute Services: 3-5 day supply of casual, comfortable clothing is recommended; Residential Treatment: 7-10 day supply of casual, comfortable clothing is recommended. We have washers/dryers and laundry detergent available to our patients at no charge. ❖ Shoes: Slip on or Velcro athletic shoes are preferred. ❖ Cash: Vending machines available; please only bring small amounts. ❖ Medications and/or medical equipment. ❖ Immunizations record (children / adolescents / residential treatment) ❖ Calling card: Telephones are available on the units near each nurse’s station for use during free time. Local calls are free of charge, but long distance calls will require a card.
What Not to Bring
❖ No clothing with reference to drugs, alcohol, bands or individuals associated with the same ❖ No backless shirts, low cut or sheer/see-through blouses or clothing ❖ No spaghetti straps or tank tops ❖ No baggy shorts or pants, skirts or shorts more than 4″ above knee ❖ No low rise jeans, pants or shorts ❖ No excessively tight clothing ❖ Belts, drawstrings, shoe strings ❖ Any electronic devices including cell phones, iPods, laptops, etc. ❖ CDs, cassette tapes or recordings ❖ Food, snacks, Energy drinks, and gum ❖ Cigarettes and other tobacco products (adults are allowed to smoke cigarettes) ❖ Lighters, matches or any device that produces a flame ❖ Candles, incense or any decorative items that burn ❖ Weapons of any kind (knives, guns, chains, razors, scissors, etc.) ❖ Alcohol of any kind ❖ Racial or religious “hate” symbols or paraphernalia ❖ Any item that can be used for self-mutilation ❖ Metal coat hangers ❖ Nail polish