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What to Bring

Here’s a packing list to help you prepare for your time with us:

  • Photo ID, health insurance card, FMLA or disability documentation
  • Cell phone
  • Comfortable, casual clothing (jeans, slacks, sport shirts, knee-length shorts, skirts, dresses, sweatpants/suits, tennis shoes, sandals, light-weigh jacket, heavier coat in winter)
  • Washable facemasks
  • Hairdryers, curling or straightening iron
  • New and unopened toiletry items (shampoo, conditioner, lotion, deodorant, shaving cream, soap, cosmetics, personal hygiene items – but no flushable wipes)
  • All items must fit into one suitcase and one carry-on size bag
  • Cigarettes and vapes are permitted
  • You may bring one religious text to support your recovery
  • Blank journals
  • Snacks: Single serving, pre-packaged snacks – and no more than can fit into a 2-gallon clear press-n-seal (Ziploc) bag. No homemade foods or goods, protein bars, or supplements are permitted
  • Drinks: you may bring a 12-pack (up to 20 oz.) of can or plastic bottled drinks. No glass bottles or protein drinks permitted

What NOT to bring

  • Do not overpack. Only one suitcase and one carry-on size bag will be permitted. Any additional luggage items may be returned to the family member accompanying you or shipped back home at your expense
  • Do not bring valuables such as: large sums of money, expensive jewelry, laptops, or other electronic equipment
  • Do not bring clothing that depicts tobacco products, drugs, alcohol, sex, or other inappropriate language or slang
  • Tank/halter tops, bike shorts, torn clothing, running shorts, and swimsuits are not permitted
  • Linens, towels, blankets, or pillows
  • Over-the-counter medication
  • Dietary supplements including vitamin water, protein powders, energy bars, creams or ointments
  • No flushable wipes
  • No protein drinks are permitted
  • No homemade foods or goods, protein bars, or supplements are permitted
  • Any item with alcohol as one of the first 3 ingredients, such as hand sanitizer, hairspray, and mouthwash
  • No aerosol sprays such as hair spray, foot spray, deodorant, etc.
  • No self-tanning lotion
  • No straight razors or double-sided razor blades
  • Body spray, cologne, aftershave, or perfume
  • Travel-size toiletries with no listed ingredients
  • Hair dye
  • Shoe polish
  • Laundry detergent, bleach, fabric softener
  • Sexual devices, including condoms
  • No electronics, including: radio, MP3 player, clock radio, television, laptop or tablet, smart watches or devices, camera, recording device, electronic games, night light, flashlight, or space heater
  • No sports or exercise equipment
  • Candles and incense
  • Weapons of ANY kind (no guns, knives, mace/pepper spray)
  • No knitting or crochet needles/hooks
  • No iron or steamer
  • No photos of people wearing explicit or skimpy clothing or clothing that references or has images of alcohol, drugs, or tobacco