This list will tell you what to bring to rehab – make sure you are prepared.
- State Issued Picture I.D. (Driver’s License or Passport)
- Insurance and Prescription Cards
- All medications (in original bottles)
- Important contact information for your primary care physician, legal matters (if applicable) and other key individuals.
- CLIENTS CANNOT KEEP CASH ON PROPERTY. Please supply a Credit Card or reloadable Debit Card for toiletries, cigarettes (if applicable) and other items you may run out of while you are here.
- Casual clothing (see list in last section below) suitable for 75 degrees (daytime) and 50 – 60 degree (evening) temperatures.
- Clothing suitable for church (if applicable).
- Clothing for gym (to work-out), swimsuit for pool / beach with appropriate covers. (Sorry, No revealing, skimpy or string bikinis permitted) , beach towel and sunscreen.
- Personal Care items/toiletries: NO ALCOHOL BASED PRODUCTS
- Eyeglasses, contact lenses & appropriate accessories
- Stamps for mailing letters and postcards.
- Comfortable, casual tops or T-shirts (No promotion of sex, drugs, alcohol, violence or offensive messages of any kind). No low cut, see through or skin tight shirts.
- Appropriate length shorts.
- Gym / workout clothes
- Bathing Suit (No thong, string or revealing bikinis)
- Tank Tops (thick straps – No spaghetti straps or tube tops)
- Sneakers, Beach shoes, Slippers if preferred (No high heels)
- Appropriate undergarments must be worn at all times.
- One or two long sleeve shirts.
- Rain jacket, light sweater or warm coat (depending on time of year)
Items NOT to bring:
- Provocative Clothing (including but not limited to: leggings, short shorts, skirts, dresses, low cut tops, form-fitting or tank tops, strapless or midriff shirts, heels)
- Perfume, cologne, body sprays or aerosol products of any kind.
- Mouthwash or any other products containing alcohol.
- Food or snacks
- Playing Cards
- Valuables (including jewelry)
- Clothing, magazines, books or other items that promote sex, drugs or alcohol
- Addicting or narcotic medications including, but not limited to: Subutex, Suboxone, Xanax, Valium, Klonopin, and Adderall.