PREPARING FOR RECOVERY
We understand that enrolling in treatment can be very cumbersome and we want to assist with it running as smoothly as possible. Now that you have taken the steps to schedule Intake/Admission, it is time to prepare everything for your arrival. This section is here to help you plan for your visit.
Here are specific items that you will need to bring with you for the Intake/Admission Process regardless of which program(s) you will be enrolling in:
- Photo ID
- Insurance card (if applicable)
- Notebook and pen
If you are entering into our Residential Program here are additional items that you will need to bring with you. Please note that once admitted, you are on a minimum of a 24-hour restriction and are unable to leave the building. Please make sure that you have everything you need. If you have forgotten an item, you may call someone who can drop off the item with the front desk.
- Proof of current/updated covid vaccination card- this may include any required boosters.
- Proof of TB results within past 3 months. If you have not received a TB test or do not have proof of a current TB, one will be provided on site.
- Seasonally appropriate, comfortable clothing for two weeks. Emphasis on comfortable (one piece of luggage)
- Socks and undergarments
- Bedding for a twin size bed/sheet set, pillow, twin size comforter (preferably new or freshly washed)
- Towel/washcloth (preferably new or freshly washed)
- Toiletries/all non-aerosol (shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, body wash, lotion)
- Laundry detergent (if you intend on using our laundry facilities)
- Any medications you currently take, in their original prescription bottles. Non-prescription medications such as vitamins need to be in unopened packages.
- Aerosol Cans
- Pornographic Material or Lewd Imagery
- Illegal Drugs/Substances
- Drug Paraphernalia
- Anything that contains alcohol (liquor, beer, wine, cough syrup, aftershave, perfume, cologne, fingernail polish, mouth wash, etc.)
- Non-alcoholic beer
- Weapons of any kind – guns/firearms, knives, scissors, any sharp objects etc.
- Candles and Incense
- Unapproved Medications – including mood-altering medications
- Clothing with inappropriate logos, slogans, or images. This mostly applies to t-shirts. Examples: T-shirts with alcohol brand insignia, marijuana leaves, jokes about alcohol or substance use, advocating a drug or alcohol related party lifestyle
During your intake/admission, you will receive a guidebook that will outline any additional information needed to assist your success in recovery. We look forward to helping you with your journey.