OCD and Anxiety
To help make your or your loved one’s upcoming admission a smooth process, we’ve put together some guidelines about what you can expect during the admissions process—including what to wear and what to bring. By carefully reading the guidelines and following these instructions, you will arrive with the necessary documents and personal items you need to make your time at Rogers as comfortable as possible.
Please note these are a general set of guidelines organized by levels of care. Each program has different restrictions regarding what items you may and may not bring. Your intake specialist will cover more detailed program details with you when your admission is scheduled.
As part of your admission, staff members will ask to examine your belongings, including clothing. This is a routine procedure to maintain the safety of you and other patients. We will give any unsafe items to your family to take home or place them in locked storage until you leave programming.
Smoking or tobacco/nicotine use of any kind are not permitted on any property owned or leased by Rogers Memorial Hospital, with one exception: adults admitted to residential treatment programs may smoke in designated outdoor smoking areas.
You will make positive life changes during treatment, and this may be an ideal time to stop smoking. If you desire to quit smoking while in treatment at Rogers, we can help you with smoking cessation.
Our inpatient eating disorders programs have additional detailed guidelines. If you have been approved for admission to one of these specialized inpatient programs, please print out the appropriate admissions information sheets:
To help you prepare for your stay in one of our residential facilities, please read the information corresponding to your program for essential information and restricted items. A PDF can also be found in your Welcome Packet, which you will receive upon admission.
Because your bedroom will have limited storage space, please bring only necessary clothing items and use on-site laundry facilities. If you have questions, please call 800-767-4411, and ask for our admissions department.
Each program has specific guidelines to ensure a safe and confidential environment. Common guidelines among all these specialized outpatient treatment programs include:
Decisions regarding appropriateness are ultimately up to Rogers staff. We appreciate your cooperation.
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