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It’s always good to be prepared
Now that you’ve found an inpatient rehab facility that suits you, the next step is to pack. Packing your personal care products, photos of loved ones, and self-help books can go a long way in helping you feel comfortable in a new place. Particularly one that you’ll typically stay in for 30 days or longer. Let’s take a closer look at what you can bring to rehab.
If you’ve just started prepping for treatment, you may be asking “what can you bring to rehab”. You can bring your own clothes and bring personal hygiene items to rehab, however hygiene items must be unopened upon arrival and there are strict rules. Make sure your clothing isn’t offensive or too revealing. Plan to bring at least 30 days of hygiene and beauty products, and make sure they’re alcohol-free. All rehab facilities have different rules on what you can bring, so be sure to ask before going. Electronics can only be used under supervision of our staff.
We know that your furry companion provides unconditional love and loyalty when you need it most. Studies have also shown that people who bring their pets to rehab with them experience greater levels of lasting recovery and reduced anxiety and depression. That’s why Gratitude Lodge encourages you to bring your dependable pal during your stay. Others without pets in rehab can also benefit from interacting with yours.
Rehab facilities are safe places for people to receive addiction treatment, so you’ll want to avoid bringing drugs, weapons, alcohol, and anything containing profanity or suggestive images. You’ll want to focus on your recovery without distractions, so don’t bring your own card games or other entertainment. The facility will provide entertainment at certain times. Some facilities allow cigarettes and laptops, but you can call to check. Leave the following at home:
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