The paper focused on the importance of clothing and textiles to psychiatry conditions of long-term patients in Neuro-Psychiatric Hospital Aro, Abeokuta in Ogun State. The research design at Post Covid-19 employed for the study is experimental. The group consisted of 20 patients attending occupational therapy department in the Hospital. The respondent’s population was made up of Doctors, Nurses, Therapist, Educationist, Religious body and Liaison officers. Questionnaire was used for data collection. Percentages and chi-square (x2) were adopted for data analysis. The result showed that clothing and textile contributed immensely to psychiatry condition at post covid-19. They were accepted as successful tool capable of occupying the idle times available to the clients and launching them to the working world. Majority of the respondents (83%) observed that the clients became livelier, creative, asked reasonable questions and the design briefs, they produced from clothing and textiles were marketable. Key Words: Clients, clothing and textile scraps, design briefs, therapy, liaison officer, psychiatry.