Admissions

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Admissions2019-02-07T20:21:29+00:00

What You Need to Bring

Use the itemized lists below to prepare yourself or you loved one for short or long term stay in one of our treatment programs.

Children & Adolescent Packing2019-01-18T11:44:57+00:00

We typically suggest ten full outfits, but wardrobe items can be switched out as often as you or your loved one desire.

Can have the following clothing items:

  • Jeans (button and zipper closure)
  • Cargo pants (button and zipper closure)
  • Cargo shorts (button and zipper closure)
  • Jean shorts (button and zipper closure)
  • T-shirts (long enough to tuck in)
  • Long-sleeved shirts (long enough to tuck in)
  • Polo shirts
  • Button up shirts
  • Sweatshirt (no hood, strings or full front zipper)
  • Sweatpants (any strings will be removed)
  • Gym shorts (any strings will be removed)
  • Light jacket
  • Winter coat
  • Slip-on sandals
  • House slippers (with a back)
  • Shoes (shoe bands will be provided for shoes that have laces)  
  • Gym shoes (especially for Barbourville School)
  • Rain/all-weather boots (especially for Barbourville School)

Leave the following clothing items at home:

  • Garments with inappropriate comments, drug references or alcohol references.
  • Clothes that are too tight, too short (shorts/skirts) or too loose (falling off)
  • Belts
  • Boots
  • Strings
  • Super stretchy clothing (i.e., leggings)
  • Please Note: Barboursville students  cannot have leggings/jeggings, spandex/compression garments, or knee socks

We provide the following, but they are allowed to bring their own if they have or need:

  • Some toys (especially for younger patients)
  • Twin bedding (solid color, geometric prints, stripes, sports)
  • NO fitted (bottom) sheet
  • Pillows (2 regular, fire retardant)
  • Deodorant (no strong scents)
  • Bodywash (no strong scents)
  • Shampoo (no strong scents)
  • Toothpaste
  • Toothbrush (not electric)
  • Razors (if male shaves)
  • Shaving crème (if male shaves)
  • Mouthwash (alcohol-free)
  • Youth are allowed one of each item, and it must be in a clear container
  • Please note: No personal hygiene products are to be brought to Barboursville School

The following items are not permitted:

  • Wire notebooks
  • Game systems or other personal electronics, like phones
  • Toys with magnets
  • Glass
  • Fidget spinners
  • Crayons, markers or colored pencils
  • Glass bottles
  • Aerosol cans
  • Alcohol-based liquids (i.e., mouthwash containing alcohol)
  • Cash above $50
Adult Packing List2019-01-18T11:45:50+00:00

We typically suggest seven full outfits, but wardrobe items can be switched out as often as you or your loved one desire.

You can bring the following clothing items:

  • Jeans (button and zipper closure)
  • Cargo pants (button and zipper closure)
  • Cargo shorts (button and zipper closure)
  • Jean shorts (button and zipper closure)
  • T-shirts
  • Long-sleeved shirts
  • Polo shirts
  • Button up shirts
  • Sweatshirt (any strings will be removed)
  • Sweatpants (any strings will be removed)
  • Gym shorts (any strings will be removed)
  • Light jacket
  • Winter coat
  • Shoes (shoe bands will be provided for shoes that have laces)  

Leave the following clothing items at home:

  • Garments with inappropriate comments, drug references or alcohol references.
  • Clothes that are too tight, too short (shorts/skirts) or too loose (falling off)
  • Belts
  • Boots
  • Strings
  • Super stretchy clothing (i.e. leggings)

The following items are not permitted:

  • Glass bottles
  • Aerosol cans
  • Alcohol-based liquids (i.e. mouthwash containing alcohol)
Senior Adults Packing List2019-01-11T17:26:21+00:00

Patients can bring up to seven weather-appropriate outfits upon arrival. Due to limited storage, we ask that they not have more than this at any given time, but their wardrobes can be refreshed as often as you like. Personal hygiene products are provided but if there is something specific that your loved one likes you may pack it for them. Please remember that clothes with drawstrings and belts are not allowed. Patient’s meals and snacks will also be provided, but If you want to bring a snack for them during visitation, it should be in a sealed package and should be able to be consumed during your visit. Food cannot be stored in patients’ rooms.

Admissions Checklist

In addition to the packing lists above, you can use to worksheets below to ensure that you have the items you need before being admitted to one the programs at River Park Hospital. They contain more information on the kind of forms, documentation and identification you will need.

Adolescent Diagnostic Admission Checklist

ROAD Program Admission Checklist

Roundtable Admission Checklist

Barbourville School Admission Checklist

BRIDGE Program Admission Checklist

Senior Adult Admission Checklist

Insurance

River Park Hospital accepts payment from multiple sources, including Medicare and TRICARE. Please contact us at 304-526-9132 for more information about your funding options. Financial counseling is available.

Always Here to Help

River Park Hospital is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to address your questions and concerns. To schedule a no-cost assessment or for more information about our programs, please call 800-621-2673 or use our online contact form today. In case of medical emergency, please dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.