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What to Bring

What to Bring

What to Bring to Quail Run Behavioral Health

The following list includes items are recommended to bring for treatment at Quail Run Behavioral Health:

  • Up to three changes of clothing (we offer laundry facilities on site)
  • Insurance card and a picture ID
  • Legal paperwork and/or guardianship paperwork as appropriate
  • List of prescription medications, including information about dosage
  • Relevant medical records
  • Name(s) and telephone number(s) of your primary care providers, psychiatrist, counselor, etc.
  • Request of Information form (our assessment team can fax this in advance for completion) for continuing care providers
  • Toiletries are provided; if you have a prescription lotion for example, talk with the assessment team about whether this is provided or should be brought in
  • Journal or books are acceptable, though they must not contain spiral (we can provide these as well)

Permitted Personal Belongings

  • Five (5) casual outfits
  • Shorts-mid thigh length
  • Sweat pants-no draw strings
  • Shoes-no laces/metal or high heels
  • A set of pajamas or a non-transparent nightgown
  • Five (5) wide strap-long tank top/undershirt
  • Five (5) pairs of socks
  • Five (5) pairs of underwear
  • Five- (5) bras-No underwire
  • Sweater or sweatshirt without strings or ties (Hooded sweaters or sweatshirts are not allowed)
  • Lip Moisturizer
  • Dentures
  • Eye Glasses/Contacts-case and solution
  • Hearing Aids/batteries
  • Medical devices for which there is a physician’s order

Contraband (What Not to Bring)

The following items are considered contraband; this list is not intended to be all-inclusive:

  • All glass objects, including makeup bottles and mirrors
  • All sharp objects, whether metal, wire or hard plastic, including tweezers, scissors, knives, hair picks, barrettes, hair clips/pins, razors, nail clippers, spiral notebooks, hanger, etc
  • All jewelry that can be removed from a person, including rings and watches (including body piercings) and items made from para cord material.
  • Any electronic items including CD players, cell phones, I-Pods, electronic toothbrushes, radios, tapes, CD’s, computers, batteries including button batteries, hairdryers, curling irons. Flat irons, etc
  • Any aerosols or hair sprays are not allowed.
  • Personal hygiene articles containing alcohol including mouthwash and hand sanitizer products Individual shampoos, and deodorants are not allowed without a prescription.
  • Any smoking materials, including lighters and matches, or tobacco products
  • Any food or drink not provided by the facility
  • Any items containing staples, including magazines
  • Any belts, cloth sashes, cord-strung pants, drawstrings, suspenders, shoelaces are not allowed. Clothing may not consist of halter-tops, low cut necklines, spaghetti straps, short-shorts, midriff revealing tops.
  • Any stuffed animals, personal blankets, pillows or bedding (infection control)
  • All Pencils with erasers, pens (patients will only be allowed pens by order of the treatment team), markers, sharpies, white out.
  • Any over the counter or prescribed medications unless prescribed by the attending physician.
  • Alcohol and illegal drugs
  • Any clothing depicting or promoting alcohol, drugs, cigarettes, pornography, gangs or violence
  • Any sunglasses or bandanas
  • Weapons or firearms
  • Any loose powder, body powder
  • Any plastic bags or bags with handles or strings
  • Dental floss, rope or twine
  • Hard cover books (Only soft covered books will be allowed)
  • Magnetic toys
  • Fidget Spinner

Help is Available During a Crisis

Our assessment and referral team is available to receive calls 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you or someone you know is experiencing a crisis and needs help, don’t wait. Call us at 602-455-5694 for a no-cost, confidential assessment today.