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What to Bring

What to Bring

What to Bring

What to Bring to Hill Crest

  • Clothing:
    • Acute Services: 3-5 day supply of casual, comfortable clothing is recommended.
    • Residential Treatment: 7-10 day supply of casual, comfortable clothing is recommended.
  • We have washers/dryers and laundry detergent available to our patients at no charge.
  • Shoes: Slip on or Velcro athletic shoes are preferred.
  • Cash: Vending machines are available; please only bring small amounts.
  • Medications and/or medical equipment.
  • Immunizations record (adolescents/residential treatment)
  • Overnight Personal care items (toothbrush/shampoo, etc.) Please note toiletries are provided on the unit.
    Adults may bring a small amount of cash for vending machines

What Not to Bring to Hill Crest

  • Clothing:
    • Nothing with references to drugs, alcohol, bands or individuals associated with the same
    • Backless shirts, low cut or sheer/see-through blouses or clothing
    • Tank tops or shirts with spaghetti straps
    • Bras with underwire
    • Baggy shorts or pants
    • Skirts or shorts more than 4″ above knee
    • Low rise jeans, pants or shorts
    • Excessively tight clothing
    • Belts, drawstrings
    • Shoes that require shoestrings
  • Cell phones or other electronic devices- IPods, laptops, games or recording devices
  • Jewelry
  • Food, snacks, energy drinks, gum or any kind of Alcohol
  • Cigarettes and other tobacco products, including lighters or matchess
  • Candles, incense or any decorative items that burn
  • Weapons of any kind (knives, guns, chains, razors, scissors, etc.)
  • Racial or religious “hate” symbols or paraphernalia
  • Any item that can be used for self-mutilation
  • Metal coat hangers
  • Nail polish
  • Stuffed animals

Help is Just a Phone Call Away

Hill Crest Behavioral Health Services’ professional staff are here to help. Call 205-833-9000 or 800-292-8553 for a no-cost, confidential assessment 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you need immediate medical assistance, contact 911 or seek the nearest emergency room.