Frequently Asked Questions about Adult Inpatient Treatment

The adult inpatient program is designed specifically to promote healing in a safe, secure environment and facilitate a return to daily routines.

What Should I Bring?

Learn more about what you should bring during your stay at TrustPoint Hospital

We usually encourage patients to bring 3 days’ worth of comfortable and casual clothes to wear during the day and then pajamas for sleep. It is vital that you have shoes with no-slip soles to reduce the risk of falling. It is important that you bring clothing that does not have strings, ties, or belts. Your clothing will be labeled with your name. We have laundry available and will make sure you have clean clothing. You should bring your toiletry items (shampoo, toothbrush, etc.) but the item may be kept in a special locker to be checked out for your use and then returned for safe keeping. Please do not bring money or valuables with you to the hospital.

What Will My Day Look Like?

Learn more about what a typical day is at TrustPoint Hospital

You will spend most of the daytime hours participating in group therapy. Groups are usually 45-50 minute sessions with short breaks in between.

What About My Meals?

Learn more about your meals at TrustPoint Hospital

All meals are provided. Patients are encouraged to eat together in a group-like setting. Eating is an activity of daily living; building this skill assures improved nutrition after discharge and socializing is an important part of healing. We cannot allow food to be brought in.

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