After deciding to enrol for a rehab it is essential to understand the kind of items you will be allowed to bring into the centres along with any private items which the treatment centres will not allow.
What you can carry to rehabilitation is subject to clinics' severe regulations. These prohibited items will be outlined in a form before come in so you are aware.
The admission process begins as soon as you check in. All the items that are not allowed will be eliminated at this step. A checklist is provided by some clinics to make sure no items are forgot once treatment is over.
Only the things that you really require are allowed in the centres. Every clinic has rules on additional items.
If you are not sure about bringing an item or have any questions about what you should be packing you should be having a look on the website of the rehab for a "what to bring" page. Alternatively, you can also look for the frequently asked questions [FAQs] section if the page mentioned above does not exist. Many centres give their future patients a packing checklist which you can refer to. Alternatively, you can get in touch directly with the rehab administrators. They should be able to help you with that concern. They can also provide you the information regarding the procedure for the admission along with providing you an explanation for their policies if you have any concerns.
Set of regulations are severer than others depending on each clinic.
Please find below the endorsed items:
Most centres for rehab adhere to a strict dress code, and therefore, it is essential for you to be aware about any restrictions, which may apply during the packing. In case you are not aware about how the weather will be like, carry some summer as well as winter clothes with you.
Pack only that many clothes which can be easily accommodated in your room.
Attire for a week is sufficient as you should be able to wash your clothing in a laundry machine at your centre. Bring everyday clothes that require no special washing process.
Some of the best type of clothing to bring along with you are:
Majority of rehabs allow only alcohol-free hygiene and cosmetic products. However, these requirements varies from one centre to another. Aerosols are not allowed
These toiletries and personal products should be enough you to last thirty days especially:
There are some items that are never allowed inside the centres. The prohibited items are not allowed to keep you safe and on the path of recovery Prohibited items vary by the centres but the following items are almost always banned:
One may not imagine that some of these items could be banned. Retrieval will be better off without such distractions. They will provide screening schedules or any equivalent at their specified time.
Outside catering is also prohibited because the food you eat needs to be according to the standards. You will be provided with three meals a day, snacks and beverages. Inform your clinic before admission if you have special needs.
Every rehab centre has its own policies and some may prohibit an item which is allowed at the other. You may wonder but some centres allow these items inside the facility:
It is possible that by mistake you pack something that is not allowed, but you should not worry in case this happens. The person who brought you to the centres will be requested to carry the prohibited item's back home by the rehab centres. In case you got no one with you at the time of admission, they will hold the item for 24 hours until your representative can claim it. It is possible that the centre might store the item till your release day.
There are higher probabilities that you will go to a clinic alone if you reached the centre by plane. We highly recommend that you consult and clarify with the rehab centre first about their policies and other things of concern. You will wish to have back your forbidden objects packed by error. Make sure your objects are sent back to your house if they are not kept by the clinic.
Preparing Your Stuff For Rehab If you have doubts about some object review your clinic's regulations. Ask for a checklist whenever available so you can use as a guide. Don't pack too many things; only carry things you need.
A number of treatment centres will allow you to bring certain things, which can make your life comfortable during the treatment. Talk to our experts who can assist you in your goal of locating a suitable treatment centre.
Call us now on 0800 246 1509 for help in finding a centre.