What to Bring to the Rehab Center
What to Bring
Enough Clothes to last at least 1 week (7 shirts, 3 pair of pants, 2 shorts)
Pajamas or something to sleep in (3 tops, 2 bottoms shorts or sweats)
Underwear to last at least one week (socks, underwear, bras etc.)
2-3 sets workout clothes
Shoes – 1 pair for hiking and athletic activities, 1 pair casual shoes that are comfortable, sandals or flip-flops
1-2 sweaters, hooded sweatshirts or light jackets
1 Heavy coat (seasonal)
Shaving razor (allowed based on individual case)
Mouthwash (ALCOHOL FREE ONLY)
Hair products – Hair gel/ Hairspray
Comb/ Brush/Curling iron/Hair dryer
Musical Device with Headphones
Residents may have ipods, mp3 players and other musical devices. Such devices may NOT have wifi capabilites. Residents may not have wifi capable or other electronic devices while in treatment.
Clients will not be allowed their cell phones while in treatment. All phones will be turned over to staff upon admission and returned upon commencement.
**All bags and luggage will be searched upon admission any items may be confiscated at staff discretion
Other items to Bring
Personal Identification – Drivers license, State ID, or Passport
Insurance card or copy
Credit/ Debit card for ancillary charges – Ancillary charges may include medications, co pays, supplements, other medical costs, and supplies as the resident may need
Prescription medications – in bottles (all meds will be counted, documented, and reported to the medical department)
Long Distance phone card
Written List of high priority phone numbers
Cigarettes/ Chewing Tobacco/ lighter
Stationary – Papers, pens, envelopes, and stamps
What NOT to bring
Drugs or Alcohol – please do not bring any of these items with you upon admission. Any illegal drugs and alcohol will be confiscated and promptly destroyed.
Cash – Please do not bring cash, instead it’s recommended to bring Debit/ Credit cards and prepaid gift cards. Also family may wire money to residents using Wal-Mart wiring services and coordinating with Staff
Personal electronic devices other than phones – ipad, tablets, laptops, handheld games, optical devices, blue tooth accessories, and speaker mounts.
Any and all items not immediately needed for treatment
“No other rehab I’ve been to has been able to provide an environment which enabled me to be myself and grow so much.”