Length of Stay

30-90 Days

Length of stay is dependent upon the needs of each individual client. There are many factors that contribute to how long a woman should stay in treatment, including but not limited to: commitment to treatment, medical necessity, severity of addiction and any co-occurring mental health disorders.

According to addiction researchers, the longer one stays engaged in treatment the better outcomes are achieved. This is especially true for women, as they typically enter treatment in more severe conditions than men.

At The Fearless Kind, we have treatment curriculum built for 90-days. This means that if a woman is able to stay for the full 90-days, she will never receive duplicated content.

How to Prepare for Treatment

Here is a list of items that we recommend you bring to treatment: 

  • Casual clothes
  • Comfortable shoes for walking/outdoor activities 
  • A jacket or sweatshirt, depending on the time of year
  • Pajamas
  • Jeans
  • T-shirts 
  • Bathing suit  
  • Bras and underwear
  • Exercise clothes
  • Lounge clothes (e.g., yoga pants, etc.)

We recommend packing enough clothes to last you for one week. You will have scheduled time each week to do your laundry to ensure that you don’t run out of clothes to wear. 

** While we support a body positive environment, we ask that all attire worn in the home be appropriate and not suggestive. We ask this to aid in fostering a safe environment for all those who are admitted to the program and have found that suggestive or inappropriate clothing may be triggering to other clients.


  • Writing materials stamps, envelops, addresses
  • Phone numbers of family members you wish to contact
  • Current prescriptions in their original prescription bottles with labels intact
  • Insurance Card and photo identification
  • Pictures of loved ones
  • Toothbrush
  • Feminine hygiene products
  • Electronic razor
  • Weather appropriate clothing (sufficient for 7-10 days)
  • A hat and tennis shoes are encouraged

These items must be unopened when bringing into the facility

  • Shampoo/conditioner
  • Toothpaste
  • Non-aerosol deodorant
  • Shaving cream
  • Cigarettes, vape juice, vape supplies, or any nicotine product
  • Sunscreen
  • Food or snacks (e.g., nothing homemade)

Here is a list of items that are not authorized to have in your possession while in treatment with us: 

  • Any device with WiFi capabilities
    • Cellphones
    • Laptops
    • Tablets
  • Medications containing alcohol or narcotics, including narcotics prescribed by a medical doctor
  • Weapons or anything that can be used as a weapon
  • Articles of clothing or personal belongings with gang related symbols or alcohol and drug paraphernalia
  • Anything with sexually explicit images or offensive language
  • Aerosol hygiene products
  • Personal Vehicles
  • Alcohol-based hygiene products (e.g., mouthwash, sanitizer, etc.)
  • Illegal drugs and drug paraphernalia
  • Sharp objects (e.g., scissors, razors, etc.)
  • Electronic devices or chargers with frayed or broken power cords
  • Open flames
  • Any item that violates your safety or the safety of others