What to Bring

Twelve Oaks will help you plan on what to bring to treatment.

Twelve Oaks will help you plan on what to bring to treatment.

  • Casual conservative clothing for one week only. 7 outfits for day wear and 7 outfits for sleeping ONLY
  • Females:  1 piece conservative swimsuits (if not appropriate a t-shirt will need to be worn)
  • Males:  Board shorts or swimming trunks
  • Personal toiletry items and sunscreen
  • All prescription medications for the entire stay in their original containers(samples are prohibited)
  • Pillow or blanket (if you prefer your own)
  • Journal, stationery and stamps
  • Books
  • Insurance card and prescription/pharmacy card and Dental insurance(or payment method for prescriptions)
  • Alarm clock (without radio feature)
  • Umbrella
  • Personal spending money/ ATM/Debit Card (suggested amount $50-$100 for incidentals,
  • ID or Drivers License
  • Backpack
  • A minimum cigarette supply for one week. Cigarette packs MUST be unopened.
  • Cigarettes can be ordered through the store on campus.

 

Prohibited Items

  • Drugs / Alcohol
  • Any product containing alcohol as one of the first three ingredients listed (including shampoo and conditioner)
  • Mouthwash with alcohol
  • Aerosols
  • Over-the-counter medications
  • Weapons and anything deemed so by staff
  • Paints, paint thinner/remover, turpentine, denatured alcohol, kerosene, gasoline or freon fireworks, candles, or incense
  • Airplane cement, glue or adhesives
  • Hair dyes or hair coloring products
  • Fingernail polish and polish remover
  • Electronic devices including laptops and cell phones and e-readers
  • Sports equipment (weights, fishing poles, baseball bats, etc.)
  • Pornography
  • Clothing or hats with inappropriate messages or symbols which have sexual, gambling, racial, alcohol or drug references
  • Perfume/cologne
  • Energy drinks (Red Bull, Rock Star, etc.)
  • Coolers, coffee pots, cooking devices
  • Electric blankets and heating pads
  • Large sums of money
  • Swimsuits
  • Shorts higher than 6 inches above the knee
  • Sleeveless clothing (worn without a sleeved shirt over it)
  • Low-cut shirts
  • Other items deemed inappropriate for treatment
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