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What To Bring To Treatment

What to Bring to Rehab

You may be wondering what to pack for your stay at the Florida Addiction & Recovery Center. For this purpose, our admissions staff has prepared an extensive list of what to bring. Personal items such as clothes, reading material, comfortable shoes and toiletries are all included on this list. You will need your insurance card and ID as well, in addition to any prescription medication you may be taking. Video games, televisions and DVDs are to be left at home. Similarly, drugs, alcohol, drug paraphernalia and weapons are strictly prohibited, as are apparel and CDs that reference drugs, alcohol or violence.

What to bring to rehab:

  • Personal care items and toiletries
    (no alcohol-based perfume or cologne)
  • Pajamas
  • Hats
  • Belts
  • ID or driver’s license
  • Personal journal
  • Books or magazines
  • Shoes, shirts, pants, shorts, socks
  • Undergarments
  • Jacket/Coat
  • Robe
  • Slippers
  • Insurance card
  • Alarm clock

What not to bring to rehab:

  • Alcohol or drugs
  • Any personal care products containing alcohol
  • Food
  • Mobile phones or pagers
  • Laptops and other internet-capable devices
  • Weapons
  • Permanent markers
  • MP3 players/iPods, radios
  • Cash
  • Aerosol sprays
  • Mobile phones or pagers
  • Jewelry or valuables
  • Bleach, ammonia, or other cleaning supplies
  • Cards, games
  • Clothing with designs or wording that promotes alcohol, drugs, or violence

When patients arrive at our luxury rehab facility, they will be evaluated, and staff members will catalogue their belongings. This is to ensure that no illicit substances enter the facility, and that residents take their personal items home upon completion of the program.

Contact us via our form or by calling  1-844-9-ADDICT for more information on what to bring to rehab with you.