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    Extension 242 (Male Residents)     /     Extension 241 (Female Residents)
    Updated 10/30/13 

     A resident may receive a total of (4) boxes during his/her stay.  (2 clothing boxes, 2 personal boxes).  All items must be in a sealed box with first and last name written clearly on the outside of the box with a packing list noting the contents of the box.  NOTE: No alcohol, drugs, profanity or inappropriate logos on garments.  Cigarettes will not be accepted at anytime.  Boxes will be accepted Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 4:00 pm (at the Main Entrance, Bldg 1).  NO EXCEPTIONS!!!! 

    Unauthorized or excess items will be mailed to the address designated by the resident. The resident will be charged a $10.00 fee per box for shipping and handling. 

    If you send money, the money must be in the form of a money order, made out to the resident.  Address the envelope directly to the resident.  Residents are limited to $40.00 per week for commissary purchases, however, may receive money orders for any amount.  (NO CASH OR PERSONAL CHECKS WILL BE ACCEPTED!!)

    Each resident is provided with uniforms during his/her orientation phase in the program.   After completing the orientation phase of the program (approximately 30 days) the resident will need his/her own clothing.  During the resident’s stay, he/she may have the following necessity items brought or mailed in:

    Clothing Items Males:

    *Winter Coat:

    1

    *Windbreaker/Jacket:

    1

    Knit Sweaters:

    2

    Stocking or Baseball Cap:

    1

    Gloves:

    1

    Shorts:

    3

     Shirts
    (No tanks or sleeveless shirts):

    10

     

    Pants:

    7

    Socks:

    8

    Suit:

    1

    Sleeping Cap:

    1

    Sweat Pants:

    2

    Plain Belt
    (no oversized buckles):

    1

     

     Shoes
    (No sandals, open toes, open heels, high heels or steel toed shoes):

    3

    Sweat Shirts/Hoodies:

    2

    Undershorts:

    10

    Long Thermal underwear:

    1

    Pajamas:

    3

    Tie:

    1

    Mid Length Robe:

    1

     

     

     

     

    * MonDay has coats available for resident use when needed.  It is not necessary to bring in a coat, however; if you bring in your own coat, it MUST be machine washable & able to be high-heat tumble dried.


    Personal Items Males:
     
      No “Glass Containers” or products containing “Hemp”. 

    Hand or Body Lotion:

    3

    Conditioner:

    3

    Hair Oil or Grease:

    2

    Petroleum Jelly:

    2

    Facial Moisturizer:

    2

    Unwaxed Dental Floss:

    2

    Toothbrush:

    3

    Toothpaste:

    3

    Chapstick:

    2

    Mouthwash (Alcohol-Free):

    2

    Solid Deodorant:

    3

    Shampoo:

    3

    Bar Soap
    and/or Body Wash (6)
    (2 Bars of Soap =1 Body Wash):

    12

     

     

    Moisturizing Aftershave
    (Alcohol-Free):

    2

    Plain White Envelopes(letter or legal size):

     

     

     

    Soap Holder:

    1

    Stamps:

     

    Non-spiral Notebooks
    or Loose Leaf Paper:

    3

     

    No. 2 Pencils
     (no mechanical or colored):

    10

     

    Bible:

    1

    Denture Cup:

    1

    Brush:

    1

    Ball Point Pens (black or blue):

    10

    Denture Cleanser:

    1

    Comb:

    1

    Plastic Wristwatch:

    1

    Plastic Wide Mouth Tumbler with Lid:

    1

    Toothbrush Holder:

    1

    Soap Holder:

    1


    Clothing Items Females:
     

    *Winter Coat:

    1

    *Windbreaker/Jacket:

    1

    Knit Sweaters:

    2

    Shirts (no tanks or sleeveless):

    10

    Gloves:

    1

    Stocking Cap:

    1

    Panties (no thongs):

    10

    Pants:

    7

    Shorts:

    3

    Thermal Underwear:

    1

    Dress or Dress Suit:

    1

    Sweat Pants:

    2

    Pajamas:

    3

    Bras (No underwire):

    8

    Sweat Shirts/Hoodies:

    2

    Shoes
    (No sandals, open toes, open heels, high heels or steel toed shoes):

    3

    Socks:

    8

    Slip:

    1

    Robe:

    1

    Sleeping Cap:

    1

    Pantyhose:

    1

    Plain Belt
    (no oversized buckles):

    * MonDay has coats available for resident use when needed.  It is not necessary to bring in a coat, however; if you bring in your own coat, it MUST be machine washable & able to be high-heat tumble dried. 


    Personal Items Females:
     
     No “Glass Containers” or products containing “Hemp”. 

    Hand or Body Lotion:

    3

    Conditioner:

    3

    Hair Oil or Grease:

    2

    Petroleum Jelly:

    2

    Facial Moisturizer:

    2

    Unwaxed Dental Floss:

    2

    Toothbrush:

    3

    Toothpaste:

    3

    Chapstick:

    2

    Mouthwash
    (Alcohol-Free):

    2

    Solid Deodorant:

    3

    Shampoo:

    3

    Bar Soap
    and/or Body Wash (6)
    (2 Bars of Soap =1 Body Wash):

    12 

     

    Eye Shadow:

    1

    Hair Perm/Relaxer:

    2

    Makeup Base:

    1

    Soap Holder:

    1

    Blush:

    1

    Toothbrush Holder:

    1

    Hair Ties/Scrunchies:

    5

    Mascara:

    1

    Bible:

    1

    Plastic Hair Clips:

    5

    Eye Liner:

    1

    Stamps:

     

    Lipstick:

    1

    Plastic Wristwatch:

    1

    Plain White Envelopes(legal or letter size):

     

     

    Clear Makeup Bag:

    1

    Curl Activator/Styling Gel or Pomade:

    2

    Brush:

    1

    Ball Point Pens (black or blue):

    10

    Comb:

    1

    Denture Cup:

    1

    Denture Cleaner:

    1

    Sponge Rollers:

    25

    Plastic Wide Mouth Tumbler with Lid:

    1

    No. 2 Pencils
    (no mechanical or colored):

    10

    Non-spiral Notebooks or Loose Leaf Paper:

     3

    These items will be considered contraband (unauthorized) and will be confiscated by staff.

    Batteries               

    Cologne

    Drugs/Alcohol

    Fingernail file-metal

     Jewelry

    Glass

    Gum

    Hair Pins/Metal Clips

    Keys (unauthorized)

    Letter Openers

    Lighters/Matches

    Cigarettes/Tobacco products

    Medication (unauthorized)

    Metal Combs/Picks

    Money

    Food

    Nails and Screws

    Oversized belt buckles

    Paperclips & Rubber Bands

    Wallets, Purses

    Permanent Markers

    Rubbing Alcohol

    Spiral Notebooks

    Spray can or aerosols

     

    Scissors, Needles or pins

    Weapons (any items that can be used as a weapon)

    Pornographic photographs and/or literature

    Other paraphernalia may be deemed contraband by the Operations Manager. Any open item brought into the facility will be disposed of by staff.