Paramount Wellness Retreat
with your recovery journey.
All approved items will be moved into a PWR bag and will accompany
you during your stay.
Any excess/unapproved items will be sent home or stored at the facility
and returned upon discharge.
All approved items will be moved into a PWR bag and will accompany you during your stay.
Any excess/unapproved items will be sent home or stored at the facility and returned upon discharge.
|Casual Clothing: t-shirts, jeans, cotton sweatpants, shorts, undergarments, shoes, sneakers, slippers|
|Sleeveless tops and tank tops are permitted, but must be worn under other clothing|
|Winter hats for outdoor use|
|Cordless, battery-operated electric razors|
|Alcohol free, unopened toiletries in plastic bottles: shampoo, conditioner, face wash/cream, deodorant, face wipes, alcohol free mouthwash, non-aerosol hairspray|
|Limited, alcohol free, unopened make-up in plastic containers: no glass containers, no mirrors|
|Nail clippers and tweezers may be permitted upon approval by the treatment team; items will be held by staff and can only be used under staff supervision|
|Two (2) books and/or magazines, (appropriate content)|
|New, unopened packages of traditional cigarettes|
|Clothing with inappropriate imagery (at staff discretion)|
|Short skirts, short-shorts, strapless tops|
|Jewlery: necklaces, hoop earrings, wrist/ankle bracelets|
|Toiletries: hair dryers, curling irons, dental floss, Q-Tips, cotton balls, disposable razors, nail polish, nail polish remover|
|All electronic devices: cell phones, computers, laptops, tablets, kindles, iPods, iPads, portable/console video games, Fitbits, alarm clocks|
|Over the counter medications or supplements|
|Food or beverage containers/cups/utensils|
|Pillows, blankets, sheets, comforters, stuffed animals|
|Cigars, pipes, e-cigarettes, chewing tobacco, Juuls, vapes|
Our team is experienced in delicately handling an individual’s emotions with extraordinary care. When we open ourselves to vulnerability, we are at our strongest. True strength does not lie in our capacity to endure pain, but in admitting that we have been damaged and are in need of help.
By submitting to this realization, we give ourselves permission to grow and change for the better…