What to bring

Please remember to bring your insurance card, a photo ID, copays and deductibles if applicable, contact information for your current treatment providers, and a copy of your advance directive (if you have one).

What to Bring

  • Comfortable clothing (eg, jeans, sweatpants, yoga pants) and comfortable shoes
  • Appropriate work-out clothes and a bathing suit to access Wellness Center and serenity pools
  • New unopened toiletries. Toiletries must be alcohol free and non-aerosol (alcohol-free mouthwash, hairspray, etc.)
  • Hairdryer, curling iron, razors, tweezers, and nail clippers are permitted at staff discretion
  • Makeup
  • Laptops based on prior approval (can be used during approved times) and stored by staff
  • Kindle (not a Kindle Fire)
  • Cellphone (stored by staff, limited use with staff supervision)
  • MP3/Portable music player without a camera or internet access
  • Jewelry (minimal)
  • Bring a credit card (visa, MC, Amex). Cash is not accepted.
  • Magazines and/or books without metal spirals (appropriate content)
  • High Efficiency (HE) laundry detergent
  • Nicotine replacement aids may be provided at Wellbridge
  • Musical instruments may be permitted (must be cleared by clinical team prior to admission, and only allowed in approved areas)

Not Permitted

  • Outside food
  • Revealing clothing (midriffs, short-skirts and short-shorts)
  • Sleeveless shirts/tank tops are approved only as undergarments to be worn under other cover-ups
  • Electronic cigarettes, vape pens, rolling tobacco or paper
  • Any open container (medication, tobacco products, etc.)
  • Videos, DVDs, CDs, portable video games
  • Gum
  • Exercise equipment
  • Scissors
  • Pocket Knives
  • Pen Knives
  • Markers

Please limit your luggage to one suitcase and one small tote bag. Anything beyond that will be stored and returned at discharge. Wellbridge is not responsible for any valuables, including jewelry, that are brought and stored at the facility. Any valuables stored at Wellbridge are done so at the patient’s own risk.