It’s normal to feel anxious when coming to a treatment facility, but know that we are with you every step of the way. That is why our admissions counsellors are available to provide assistance whenever you or a loved one is ready to admit “I need help”. Our Admissions Team provides a compassionate, discrete, and completely confidential process to determine the type of treatment you require. We triage, assess medical, mental, physical, and social needs, make recommendations for treatments, give appropriate options, and provide referrals. The call is completely confidential and you are under no obligation to come to our treatment facility.
If you would like to see our facility and get more information, please give us a call us and book a tour. If you would like to attend treatment at Bellwood, give us a call or leave us an email and we will contact you briefly.
Our new, state-of-the-art facility will provide you with a calm, natural and peaceful therapeutic community to begin healing. You will have access to additional holistic and health services here by local healthcare organizations.
What to Bring
Feel free to bring things that make you feel comfortable and are conducive to a healthy lifestyle.
- Comfortable casual clothes such as jeans, cotton pants, knee-length shorts, shirts, sweaters, blouses, and jackets.
- Sleepwear, bathrobe, and slippers.
- Exercise clothes such as jogging suits, gym shorts, T-shirts, walking or running shoes, and rainwear.
- If participating in the Addiction & PTSD/ OSI program, boots for the Facilitated Equine Experiential Learning session.
- Alarm clock, watch, and clear water bottle.
- For those who snore – nasal strips and ear plugs.
- Required medical devices including canes, walkers, CPAP machines.
- A supply of toiletries and hygiene products enough for the duration of your stay. Note: Mouthwash must be non-alcoholic; Hygiene products need to be scent-free.
- Books, tapes, small radios, and extra batteries. iPods/mp3 players are allowed if they have no screen, Internet access, camera, or phone access.
- A 3 day supply of routine prescription medications and routine vitamins pre-approved by Bellwood medical staff and in original packaging. Any additional supplies will be disposed of.
- Credit card, bank card, or money incidentals.
- Framed photos of loved ones.
- If bringing cigarettes, a supply enough for the duration of your stay.
Please note: Luggage is restricted to a maximum of one large suitcase and one carry-on. You will be responsible for arranging any excess luggage to be returned home.
What Not to Bring
- Unapproved over-the-counter drugs and vitamins.
- Food or beverages. Vending machines are available on site for use in moderation and include drinks, snacks, and protein powder.
- Lottery tickets, magazines, body image books, or pornographic material.
- Large amounts of money and valuables.
- Bedding, including pillows and blankets, and towels (all will be provided).
- Playing cards, dice or other gambling items.
- Electronic hand-held games
Non-approved belongings will be placed in safe keeping and will not be available during your treatment. Some items may be disposed of or returned to your home.
- Footwear must be worn at all times and should be appropriate for program activity.
- Hats and sunglasses are not permitted indoors.
The following items of clothing are not permitted for Bellwood clients:
- Tight or revealing clothing such as halter tops, bathing suit tops, mid-drift tops (belly tops), thinly strapped tops or strapless tops, tank tops, muscle tops, tight shorts, pants, or skirts, “short” shorts or short skirts.
- Clothing with inappropriate wording or pictures, including anything promoting alcohol, bars, or casinos.
- Camouflage items.
Please note: As part of our infection control policy, upon admission, all belongings will be screened by our staff in the presence of clients. Luggage and bags will be steamed and clothes may be ‘flash-dried’ if required.