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Bridges of Hope does not accept responsibility for loss or damage to valuables, clothing, or other personal items. It is strongly urged that you leave valuables at home. If this is not possible, at time of admission, any items of value should be placed in your designated locker and kept until discharge.

A search is conducted on admission of you, your luggage, purse, and vehicle. This does not mean we suspect you are bringing contraband into treatment. It does mean we are committed to maintaining a safe environment for everyone.

What to Bring?

  • Driver’s license or another picture ID
  • Insurance card
  • Debit/credit card to put on file for prescription copays
  • 7-10 days worth of clothing
  • 2-3 pairs of shoes
  • Flip flops or shower shoes for the shower
  • Jewelry- wedding ring/band, necklaces cannot have lockets
  • Personal fan
  • Unopened nicotine products including cigarettes, cartons of cigarettes, or chewing tobacco to last entire stay
  • Hygiene items- Deodorant, shampoo/conditioner, hairbrush, toothbrush, toothpaste, shaving cream, disposable or electric razor, bodywash/bar soap, lotion, fingernail clippers, makeup
    *Personal hygiene items: If they contain alcohol or propane must be 4th ingredient or lower
  • Prescribed medications in their original bottles
    *BOH does not allow stimulant medication for ADHD/ADD diagnoses.
  • Photographs
  • Hair dryers/ hair straighteners
  • Colored pencils, markers (non-toxic), gel pens, regular pens
  • Personal journal
  • List of important phone numbers
  • Ear plugs
  • Spiritual or recovery-related reading material
  • Fishing rod – one can be provided if you desire
  • Postage stamps & stationary supplies if you wish to send out letters or mail

Prohibited Items

  • Alcohol beverages, drugs, and/or paraphernalia
  • Weapons, knives, or sharps of any kind
  • Phones, laptops, tablets, electronics, or chargers (will be kept in locker until discharge)
  • Cameras, tape recorders, or other recording devices
  • Smart watches / fit bits
  • Nail polish or remover
  • Food, drinks, candy, or gum
  • Aerosol products 
  • Perfume, cologne, body spray, essential oils, or aftershave with alcohol
  • Hygiene items in aerosol containers
  • Hygiene items containing propane or with alcohol in the first 3 ingredients
  • Unlabeled hygiene items
  • Unlabeled medication and/or over-the-counter medication
  • Nutritional supplements or exercise equipment 
  • Clothing referencing drugs, alcohol, violence, or nudity
  • Crop tops or revealing clothing
  • Vapes, e-cigarettes, or lighters
  • Opened packs of cigarettes
  • Sexually explicit material, inappropriate pictures, or pornography
  • Stuffed animals
  • Personal pillows
  • Comforters or blankets
  • Radio alarm clocks
  • Insulated cups, mugs, or thermos
  • Picture frames containing glass
  • Straight razors, loose razor blades, or safety pins
  • Personal radios/CD or other music players 
  • White out / bottled ink 
  • Pets

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“I had a great experience at bridges, would highly recommend to anyone seeking help. The facility is very nice and well kept, the staff members are amazing and treat you great. They listen to your needs and help in every way they can.”

— Zach, Alumni

“Bridges of hope is a amazing place I came here on my own and the moment I got here I wanted to leave so I can drink. So I changed my mind and it changed my life. The program is very good and you learn a lot about yourself.”

— Brayden, Alumni

“Small integrated group. Relaxed. Staff absolutely incredible. Comfortable rooms with TV was able to work in the yard and opportunities to leave the facility with Staff to ease the process of Rehab. A gym and weight room… And Awesome food!!! You won’t go hungry here… Love it 💜 Highly recommend!”

— Megan, Alumni

“This was my first time in treatment I was worried about it. But the staff is amazing they actually care about you and your sobriety. Food is amazing. But it has all been a great experience and taught proper tools to use with my recovery! I will refer anyone I know that needs help.”

— Shaun, Alumni

“I can’t even begin to express how great this place was for my fiancé and our family. Every employee I encountered with were so awesome & helpful. You can tell they genuinely care about their patients & their job. They truly saved my fiancés life & us a as a family. I hope everyone battling with addiction goes to a place like this!!!”

— Jori, Loved one