What To Bring & What Not To
Private Mental Health Facility
What To Bring
- Driver’s license, passport or photo ID.
- Insurance card.
- Method of payment (i.e. credit card, cashier’s check and/or personal check, etc.).
- A credit card to be held on file for medication costs and/or any costs for urgent medical needs.
- Advanced Directive or living will if available.
- Current prescription medications for (at least) one week and a list of medications including dosages.
- The name, addresses and phone numbers of any personal physicians, mental health professionals and/or family members you would like involved in your treatment.
- Pertinent medical/ treatment records if available.
- Casual, comfortable clothing (No tank tops, short shorts).
- Undergarments and socks.
- Workout attire, including a one-piece swimsuit or swim trunks.
- Comfortable, appropriate footwear, including exercise/walking shoes.
- Sweaters/jackets and appropriate outerwear based on season.
- Sunglasses, hat and sunscreen.
- Toiletries: shampoo/conditioner, toothbrush, toothpaste, hair products, deodorant, body wash, shaving supplies, feminine products (all products must be alcohol-free and in travel-size containers).
- Hair dryer, flat irons, curling irons, etc.
- Phone and/or laptop, chargers (for use after first 30 days under supervision).
What Not To Bring
- Exercise equipment.
- Energy drinks.
- Body-building or weight loss supplements.
- Any non-approved medications.
- Revealing or inappropriate clothing (clothing containing derogatory or drug/alcohol logos, short shorts, low cut or sleeveless shirts, etc.).
- Weapons of any kind.
- Any item containing alcohol.
- Cloves, cigars, pipes, butane lighters, vapes, etc.