What to Bring

We want each of our clients to be as comfortable as possible during their recovery process.

The following is all that is permitted during your stay:

Note: Any additional items will be locked up and returned upon discharge

  • Comfortable clothing - we recommend you bring a limited supply of clothing; laundry facilities are available
  • Robe, nightgowns, pajamas, slippers, sweatshirt, jacket
  • Comfortable shoes & socks/stockings
  • Purse or wallet
  • Wrist watch
  • Hat/visor, sunglasses
  • A favorite blanket and pillow.
  • A warm jacket for working with the horses (some like to bring gloves)
  • Toiletries (Veet, deodorant stick, body lotion, face cream, powder, make up) - additional supplies can be obtained from nearby retailers such as Wal-Mart and Target, which are a short trip away
  • Hair accessories (dryer, hair spray, curling iron, shampoo, conditioner, etc.)
  • Pump products (versus aerosols)
  • Toothbrush and toothpaste
  • Nail clippers, tweezers, nail file
  • All prescription medicines
  • Electric razor
  • An iPod for relaxing music (iPod Shuffles only)
  • Fan
  • Alarm clock
  • Photos of those who are important to you
  • A list of vitamins and supplements you are currently using
  • A list of physicians and therapists you work with
  • All current medication in pharmacy dispensed bottles - not in day containers
  • Up to $200 in cash
  • A photo ID and credit or debit card for any purchases you may need
  • Any medical records you may have to bring with you
What not to bring:
  • Anything breakable
  • Sharp objects that could be dangerous
  • Products with alcohol-based ingredients (e.g. Listerine)
  • Valuable jewelry
  • Over-the-counter medications
  • Recreational reading materials - we have plenty of reading materials for you
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