Admissions 2018-01-16T01:15:19+00:00

ADMISSIONS

Bridges of Hope is a recovery program … not a treatment center. Medical, psychiatric and professional counseling services are not automatically available to residents. Insurance companies will not pay for our services.

The checklist below will help you pack for your stay at Bridges of Hope. You can also click here to download a PDF to print. All items brought in that are not allowed will be sent home with family members at the time of admission.

WHAT TO BRING CHAUNCEY, HOMERVILLE,  LOUISVILLE & MORVEN

  • Check or cash for first month program fee.

  • Linens – towels, washcloths, twin sheets, pillow, blanket (linens provided if needed).
  • Combination lock for securing personal items in locker.

  • 3 – 4 Pair work pants & shorts with belt loops / 3 – 4 casual shirts / 2 – 3 collared shirts.

  • Belt, works shoes, tennis shoes, shower shoes.
  • Personal hygiene items (toothbrush, razors, deodorant, soap, etc.).
  • 5 – 6 pair underwear and socks.
  • Reading material limited to AA, NA, Hazeldon, (Recovery or Spiritually based only).
  • Money to purchase store items (cigarettes, candy, etc.) May bring cigarettes/tobacco.
  • Prescription meds – must bring 30-day supply. All meds must have prior approval and be in original prescription containers.
  • Supplemental meds – (Vitamins, Tylenol, Motrin, aspirin, etc.) Note: All meds must be in new factory-sealed containers. No previously opened containers allowed. All meds must be free of mood-altering ingredients to include “Night-time” or “PM” types.
  • Envelopes, paper, and stamps.
  • Addresses for probation, parole, court, attorney, etc. Residents are responsible for all outside contact information. No personal phone calls will be made on residents’ behalf.
  • Additional recommended items: Wristwatch, Insect repellent, Alarm clock (without radio), small personal fan for bed, Travel type soap dish, folding camping chair.
  • Monthly donation or pro-rated donation amount for Treatment – $800.00 per month

WHAT TO BRING TO ALAMO

  • 2 Towels, 2 washcloths (we provide if needed). 2 sheets and a pillow.

  • Work/weather appropriate clothing, outside meeting attire and hangers.

  • Work shoes, tennis shoes, shower shoes, flip flops, dress shoes
  • Personal hygiene items (toothbrush, razors, deodorant, soap, etc.)
  • Envelopes and stamps

  • Small personal fan and personal light for comfort and reading in bed.
  • Insect Repellant & Sunscreen
  • Reading material limited to AA, NA, Recovery or Spiritually based only
  • Addresses for probation, parole, court, attorney, etc. Residents are responsible for all outside contact information. No personal phone calls will be made on residents’ behalf.

  • Additional recommended items: Wristwatch, Insect repellent, Alarm clock (without radio), small personal fan for bed, Travel type soap dish, folding camping chair.
  • Money to purchase store items (Cigarettes, candy, etc.). You may also bring cigarettes.
  • Addresses for probation, parole, court, attorney, etc. Residents are responsible for all outside contact information. No personal phone calls will be made on residents’ behalf.
  • Supplemental meds – (Vitamins, Tylenol, Motrin, aspirin, etc.) Note: All meds must be in new factory-sealed containers. No previously opened containers allowed. All meds must be free of mood-altering ingredients to include “Night-time” or “PM” types.
  • Prescription meds – must bring 30-day supply. All meds must have prior approval and be in original prescription containers. If it is possible, have the prescribing doctor authorize refills for the following months of residency.
  • Monthly donation or pro-rated donation amount for Treatment – $800.00 per month

WHAT NOT TO BRING – ALL LOCATIONS

  • Absolutely no opened containers (toiletries, food, etc.).
  • NO PROTEIN-BASED SUPPLEMENTS, SHAKES, POWER BARS, or DRINKS!
  • NO CELL PHONES, IPODS, NO ELECTRONIC DEVICES – WHATSOEVER!
  • No previously opened containers of medication. All meds must be free of mood-altering ingredients including “Night-time” or “PM” types.

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