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What To Bring

What to Bring

We want people coming to River Point Behavioral Health for an inpatient treatment program to be well prepared for their stay. For that reason, we have prepared a list of acceptable items and a list of items that will be turned away at admission.

  • Casual, comfortable clothing
    • Enough for approximately seven to 10 days
    • Should be modest
    • Tennis shoes recommended
    • One piece swimsuits when season appropriate
    • Jackets/sweaters for cold weather and air conditioning
  • Toiletry items (toothbrush, toothpaste, skin care items, etc.)
  • Calling card for long distance cards (Local calls are free)
  • Appropriate reading material (recovery-related books recommended)
  • Stationery and stamps
  • Personal journal
  • Notepads and writing utensils
  • Phone numbers and addresses for Family Week contacts
  • Small amount of spending money (no more than $200)
  • Three-day supply of medication in original prescription bottles
  • Any clothing with logos that depict alcohol, tobacco, violence, profanity or sexually explicit or suggestive messages
  • Revealing or provocative clothing such as spaghetti straps, halter tops, tube tops, short-shorts or extremely low rise pants (undergarments must be worn)
  • Bras with underwires
  • Tie closures of robes
  • Any products containing alcohol such as mouthwash and facial astringents
  • Glass items including picture frames
  • Cell phones, pagers, PDAs and other handheld electronic equipment
  • Laptop computers
  • Cameras or video recording equipment
  • Food and beverage products of any kind
  • Non-prescription medications, vitamins or herbal supplements
  • Mood altering substances of any kind (legal or illegal)
  • Weapons or any items which could be used as a weapon
  • Excessive or expensive jewelry (We are not responsible for lost or stolen items)
  • Excessive amounts of cash beyond recommended spending money

Help is Only a Call Away

We cannot offer diagnosis, counseling or recommendations online, but assessment and referral specialists are available 24/7 at 904-724-9202. If you are experiencing an emergency, please dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.

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