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What to Bring

What to Bring to The Recovery Center

  • At least one (1) weeks’ worth of comfortable clothing and shoes (tennis shoes, flip flops, casual)
  • Medication including prescription and over the counter medicine (i.e. Tylenol, Ibuprofen, Advil): 30-day supply in original labeled container
  • Names, addresses and phone numbers of doctors, attorney and family Members
  • Driver’s license/ID and medical/health/prescription insurance cards
  • Form of payment (credit card/cash) for medications and miscellaneous items you may want/need while in treatment
  • An open mind and personal willingness to participate in our programs

Optional items you may want to bring:

  • Pillows, twin set of sheets, personal blanket or comforter
  • Personal pictures (in good taste)
  • Pens/notebook paper
  • Cell phone and charger (will be kept in client belonging locker, no access while in treatment)
  • Personal toiletries: shower goods including soap, hair care products, feminine hygiene products, toothpaste, toothbrush, razors (no straight blade) and shaving creams
  • Cigarettes, snuff, chewing tobacco, lighter (Bic type); no e-cigs allowed
  • Alarm clock

Prohibited Items

  • DVD players, game systems
  • iPods or MP3 players of any type
  • Cell phone or laptop, including Kindle, iPad, or any computer access device
  • Clothing that would be deemed inappropriate or in poor taste
  • Pornography
  • Drugs/medications that are not prescribed to you
  • Alcohol or energy-type drinks, aluminum cans
  • E-cigarettes
  • Candles, incense or decorative lights
  • Glass objects
  • Knives (including all types of pocket knives)
  • Weapons of any sort

Pets are not allowed, unless it is a service animal or an accredited therapy animal. Please contact us for more information about our pet policy.

Take the First Step

The Recovery Center’s professional staff are here to help. Call 940-761-3034 for a no-cost, confidential assessment any time, day or night. If you need immediate medical assistance, contact 911 or seek the nearest emergency room.