What to Bring to Treatment

In order to foster the most productive, safe, and positive environment for patients to recover in, we ask that they adhere to some simple rules set forth.

[content_icon icon="fa-check-circle"] YES: YOU CAN BRING

  • Current medications
  • Insurance information
  • License / Identification
  • Closed toed shoes for activities

IF RESIDING IN RECOVERY HOME:

  • Enough clothes for 7 days
  • New & sealed toiletries – toothbrush, toothpaste, hair brush, shampoo, etc.

IF CHOOSING TO BRING THE FOLLOWING ITEMS, THEY WILL BE SECURED IN A LOCKED AREA:

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  • Mobile phone and/or any device with internet access*
  • Automobile keys (If car is being kept on property)
  • Link card

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* This is during clinical hours. If you’re residing in a recovery home, you’ll receive earned mobile phone / internet access once reaching a certain stage in your treatment.

[content_icon icon="fa-exclamation-circle"] NO: LEAVE AT HOME

  • Weapons or items that pose a danger to self or others
  • Illegal narcotics &/or drug paraphernalia
  • Medications that don’t match the name and/or information on the label
  • Erotic toys or pornography (including magazines, videos, photos of naked significant others, etc.)
  • Materials that could be used to restrain someone or constrict blood flow, including tourniquets/ “tie offs” or ropes and cables.
  • Money exceeding $20, credit, debit or gift cards
  • Aerosol products Alcohol or products containing alcohol
  • Valuables*

* Note: We cannot assume responsibility for lost or damaged personal items or theft of personal belongings.

IF RESIDING IN RECOVERY HOME:

  • Personal bedding (due to infection control issues)

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