What Should I Pack?

What to bring

  1. Enough appropriate and comfortable clothing for  5-7 days. We have laundry facilities available so no need to overpack.
  2. Personal hygiene products that DO NOT contain alcohol.
  3. Any prescription medications you are taking. These need to be in the original bottle with intact labels that include your doctor’s name, the name of the medication and dosage information.
  4. Electric Razor, blow dryer, or a curling iron.
  5. Your own personal recovery books.
  6. Socks, shoes, flip-flops, or slippers.
  7. Coats, jackets, or sweatshirts, depending upon the time of year.
  8. Photo ID and insurance information.
Adventure & Activity Program

What not to bring

  1. ANYTHING containing alcohol or other mind-altering substances.
  2. No personal snacks.
  3. Colognes, perfumes, or body sprays — most people become sensitive to these products while in treatment and they may trigger nausea.
  4. Revealing clothing.
  5. Flammable fuels or liquids, including those for Zippo lighters.
  6. Inappropriate or pornographic material that is detrimental to recovery, such as magazines, pictures, DVDs, videotapes, etc.
  7. Clothing that depicts the use, sales, promotion, or advertising of alcohol, drugs, or related paraphernalia.
  8. Weapons of any kind, including pocket knives.
  9. Computers or any electronic device that can connect to the internet.
  10. Automobiles are not allowed at any time. We can help you with transportation to our program should you need it.
  11. Pets are not allowed.
  12. Staff has the right to refuse any other personal items not on this list that is not needed or appropriate for this phase of treatment.