Adolescent Treatment Packing List
What to Bring & What to Leave at Home
Of all the steps in the recovery process, packing for adolescent treatment can be one of the most overwhelming and heartbreaking. Putting items in a suitcase carries a heavy load of emotional weight. Whether it’s your child’s first time away from home — and your first time preparing them to leave under these circumstances — or another attempt at recovery for your family, packing is one of the last things that you can do to start your child’s journey off right. At Stonewater Adolescent Recovery Center, we do everything we can to ensure that your adolescent feels welcomed, safe, and at home from the moment that they arrive at our residential adolescent treatment campus in Oxford, MS. Here are some tips on how you can help prepare them for their experience.
What to Pack for Adolescent Treatment
Pack appropriate clothing for one to two weeks of wear. We do have laundry facilities on site.
6 pairs jeans/khakis (must have belt loops, no holes or rips)
3 pairs khaki/denim shorts (during warm weather seasons)
1 pair swim shorts (to top of the knee)
3 pairs gym shorts (to top of the knee) and/or joggers
1 pair shower shoes (or flip-flops)
6 t-shirts (long or short sleeve)
2 sets of pajamas/sleep clothes
7 pairs of underwear, socks
1 belt Standard-size pillow if desired (one is provided)
2 collared/button down shirts
2 pairs of athletic shoes, 2 pairs of dress or casual shoes (all shoes must have backs - no slides)
Gloves, scarf, boots, depending on the season
*All toiletries must be unopened and non-aerosol and must not contain alcohol or CBD.
Sleep mask, if appropriate
Photos of loved ones
What to Leave at Home
Download Your Packing List Here!
In the hectic last days before treatment, sometimes items fall through the cracks. Yet, there’s no need for that last-minute pharmacy stop. We’re pleased to offer a small selection of toiletries and personal care items to arriving residents and their families.