*Community activities include transportation to and from: Gym, Yoga, Community Service Projects, or other designated activities to promote health and wellness. These times may vary due to availability.
** 12-step meeting times are subject to community availability and may vary day-to-day.
*** Family Visitation 6:30-8:30pm on Sundays upon approval by therapist.
What to Bring List
one normal sized suitcase and one personal “carry on” type of bag (back pack, purse, briefcase)
clothes for one week-laundry is on site
prescribed medications-all must be registered with medical staff
one personal pillow and/or blanket
personal hygiene and toiletries items excluding items containing alcohol or aerosolized items.
NO drugs or alcohol. All medications must be registered with medical staff including any CBD oils or any over-the-counter medication or supplements
NO products with any alcohol components such as perfumes, mouthwashes, aerosol sprays, hand sanitizers, etc.
NO outside food or drinks
NO weapons or weapon like items such as pocket knives, sticks, mace, etc.
NO pornographic material
NO opened vaping devices or cigarette packs- no exceptions. Vaping devices and cigarette packs MUST be new and unopened.
All-cash must be turned in to family or staff at the time of admission.
Credit and debit cards must be turned into staff. Credit card check out for bill pay and such will be allowed.
Cell phones and all electronics must be turned in to staff on admission and may be checked out according to guidelines
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