What to bring to Treatment
It is recommended that you limit the amount of luggage you bring to treatment to two suitcases. You will have laundry facilities in your house to use while you are here, including laundry detergent, dryer sheets, iron, etc.
What to Bring to Treatment
- Prescription medications (if approved) in original container with prescription information
- Twin-sized bed linens, blanket and pillow
- Insurance information/card, including prescription card
- Light jacket or sweater
- Bath towels
- Personal hygiene items
- Alarm Clock (Radio with alarm)
- Two forms of identification
- Prepaid telephone card for long distance calls
- Grooming items such as hair dryer, electric shaver, etc.
**Clothing: Your clothing should be appropriate to the treatment setting (casual and in good taste). Clothing that depicts alcohol, drugs, sex, violence, gambling, music groups, food or restaurants (or if deemed inappropriate by staff) is not allowed. Examples of appropriate clothing are: jeans, slacks, sports shirts, skirts/dresses that are knee length or longer, jogging suits, sweat shirts/sweat pants, walking shorts (3/4 of thigh length). Examples of inappropriate clothing for the treatment setting are: spaghetti strap tops, tank tops that expose shoulders, midriff baring or low-cut tops, form fitting clothing, including leggings or spandex pants, provocative or suggestive clothing and shorts or pants that expose undergarments. Undergarments are required for all clients. Flat soled or tennis shoes are recommended.
What not to bring to Treatment
Upon admission, our staff will examine you and check your belongings. This is done to protect you and our clients. Please do not bring the following:
- Alcohol, illegal substances or any mood altering drugs
- Non-prescription medication (Tylenol, Benadryl, etc.) and herbal or nutritional supplements. All controlled substances, illegal substances or medications without prescription information brought to the facility will be destroyed upon admission and will not be returned to you at the time of discharge.
- Excessive or expensive jewelry
- MP3 Players, iPods, etc.
- Laptop computers, iPads, smart watches, cameras, electronic games, personal television, etc
- Cell Phone (you may have this with you for travel to our facility but it will be secured in our safe upon admission)
- Reading material that is not recovery related
- Glass items
- Exercise equipment or craft materials
- Straight razors, pocket knives, firearms or supplies
- Aerosol products (including deodorant and hairspray)
- Any product that contains alcohol (perfume, mouthwash, spices)
- Heating pads or electric blankets
- Food of any kind
- Baseball caps, hats, etc.