What To Bring

What To Bring

  • All prescription medications, vitamins and over-the-counter medications must be turned over to staff immediately upon arrival onto campus
  • Upon admission, each client is provided a plastic storage bin that can be used to store personal food items. Outside food is permitted as long as it is pre-packaged and non-perishable.
  • Clients do not have phone or visitation privileges for the first seven days of treatment

Items you may want to bring:

  • Clothing – 7 days of comfortable/casual clothing and 3 pairs of shoes; laundry facilities are provided at no cost
  • Hangers for clothing
  • Bathing suit (bikinis are permitted as long as they are not provocative)
  • Personal hygiene products that are alcohol free: mouthwash, shampoo, conditioner, shaving supplies, deodorant, soap, feminine products, etc.
  • Hair dryer
  • Medications – must be in original prescription bottle with current date
  • MP3 player that does not have internet capabilities
  • Over the counter medications and vitamins – must be in original unopened containers
  • Beach towel and bath towel
  • Blanket and pillow (Pathways Florida supplies one sheet set, one comforter, one pillow, one bath towel and one washcloth)
  • Telephone calling card/change for payphones
  • Alarm clock without radio
  • Cans of soda/bottled water – no gallon or liter size soda, no energy drinks

What not to bring:

  • Cell phone
  • Clock radios
  • Cameras or video cameras
  • Automobiles (unless approved prior to admission)
  • Bleach
  • Extension cords
  • Pornography of any kind
  • Clothing that depicts alcohol, drugs, sexual activity, racism or violence of any kind
  • Power tools
  • E-Cigarettes
  • External audio speakers