New Client Info (Men)

New Client Info (Men) 2017-11-20T06:16:56+00:00

MISSION OF HOPE MINISTRIES
ITEMS NEEDED BY NEW RESIDENTS IN PROGRAM

Enough clothes to last a week

Dress clothes for chapel and church (shirts for chapel services must have a collar on them)

Work clothes

Tennis shoes

Shower shoes or flip-flops for shower

Towels and washcloths (enough for a week), pillow, laundry detergent

Toiletry articles – soap, shampoo, deodorant, toothbrush, toothpaste, etc. Nothing   with alcohol, such as, mouthwash, aftershave, hairspray, spray deodorant, etc. No aerosol cans of any kind. No aftershave or cologne

King James Bible (only King James allowed – no other version – including NKJV)

A three-ring 1” white binder and a pack of notebook paper for class.

Paper, envelopes and stamps (if he wants to write).

May have clock (not clock radio)

May bring individually wrapped hard candy (i.e. Jolly Ranchers, hard peppermints, etc).  No other snacks or drinks are allowed in our dorms.

We are a tobacco free facility.  No tobacco of any kind is allowed on our property – by our clients or visitors.  Nicotine patches and nicotine gum are not allowed.

Our client will be allowed to make phone calls to his family after he has been enrolled in the program for two weeks.  He will need a calling card if the calls he has to make are long distance from our facility.

If possible, bring a family member when you check in.  Your family will need to participate in the Welcome Home program if you are wanting to have visitation privileges while you are with us.  This is a mandatory program for family members and/or close friends.  (See the Welcome Home tab for more details)

 
If you are married, we need a copy of your marriage certificate for our file purposes.
No cell phones, radios, tape decks, sunglasses, knives or anything that could be a weapon

No playing cards or muscle enhancement supplements

No medicines or prescriptions that have not been pre-approved by staff.  Any outside meds (non-prescriptions) that are brought in (i.e. Advil, Tylenol, vitamins, etc.) MUST be in the original SEALED container.  If you require a refill on your approved prescriptions while you are on our program, your family will need to cover the financial expense of having this filled.  The Mission cannot absorb this cost.

No client is to possess a check book, check card, credit card, or any other financial instrument OR over $20 cash at any given time.

 

Your hair cannot be any longer than touching your shirt collar in the back.  If it is, you will be required to get a haircut in order to be enrolled in our program.


Please Bring Sufficient Supply to Last Until the First Visitation Day which will be your 3rd Sunday here at the Mission