What to Bring

 What to bring to rehab: 
  • Personal care items and toiletries (no alcohol based perfume or cologne)
  • Shoes, shirts, pants, shorts, socks
  • Undergarments
  • Pajamas
  • Jacket/Coat
  • Hats
  • Robe
  • Belts
  • Slippers
  • Small amount of cash
  • ID or driver’s license
  • Insurance card
  • Personal journal
  • Alarm clock
  • Books or magazines
Additional suggested clothing for the wellness program:
  • Sweatpants/shorts (appropriate length)
  • Tennis shoes/hiking boots (for walking and hiking)
  • Flip-flops and loose fitting t-shirts
  • Lycra Tights and biking/running shorts are not appropriate
  • You may bring your “special” pillow
  • Small unframed photos
What not to bring to rehab:
  • Alcohol or drugs
  • Any personal care products containing alcohol
  • Aerosol sprays
  • Food
  • Mobile phones or pagers
  • Laptops and other internet-capable devices
  • Jewelry or valuables
  • Weapons
  • Bleach, ammonia, or other cleaning supplies
  • Permanent markers
  • Cards, games
  • MP3 players/iPods, radios
  • Clothing with designs or wording that promotes alcohol, drugs, or violence
  • Dress for therapy should be casual and in good taste. Appropriate attire: jeans, casual slacks, sport shirt, skirts, and dresses which are knee length or longer; jogging suits and appropriate length shorts, such as Bermuda/walking shorts.
  • Open shirts are not allowed and are considered inappropriate. Please do not bring Lycra tights, biking or running shorts, blouses with spaghetti straps or tank tops.
  • Women: bras are required attire.
  • Lightweight jackets and sweaters are recommended for evening wear year-round. A heavier coat or jacket is recommended for winter months.
  • Clothing that depicts alcohol, drugs, tobacco, sex, and violence or is otherwise deemed inappropriate by staff is not permitted.
  • Articles deemed inappropriate will be kept secure until your departure.
  • We recommend that you bring a limited amount of clothing. Laundry facilities, including supplies, are available for patient use. Irons and ironing boards are accessible, but we suggest that wash-and-wear clothing would be more convenient.
  • You may want to bring a sweater or comfortable pullover for the classroom settings.

Upon arrival at our facility, you will go through an evaluation process, and all your items will be catalogued. This is to ensure no prohibited items or substances are being brought into the facility, and to make certain you take all of your personal items home with you at the end of your stay.