What Do I Bring to Treatment? A Quick Guide to What You’ll Need at New Day Recovery
Taking the first step in the drug recovery process can be both scary and exhilarating. In order to ensure the most comfortable and safe stay at our facility for yourself, and others, it is important to know what to bring and what not to bring with you to treatment.
A commonly asked question and concern for those starting treatment at New Day Recovery is what they need while at our facility. Our professional nursing and clinical staff have outlined what each client should bring if they have the items available. If the items are not available, we will do our best to ensure your comfort and meet your needs.
What Do I Bring to Treatment?
- Insurance card
- The shoes you are wearing
- Current prescription in original prescription bottle
- Toothbrush (new in wrapper)
- Cigarettes (unopened)
While it is important to know what to bring to our facility, it is just as important to know what not to bring. To guarantee the safety of not only our clients, but also their belongings, our staff asks clients to refrain from bringing valuables and money.
Items you should not bring to our facility can be found below.
What Not to Bring:
- Money or credit cards
- Jewelry or values
- Cellular phone
- Computer, tablets or gaming devices
- Electronic cigarettes
- Electric razors, curling irons or flat irons
- Razors or nail clippers
- Aerosol sprays
The staff at New Day Recovery is dedicated to the drug recovery process of each and every client that walks through our doors. Taking the first step to a sober life can be difficult, however knowing exactly what is needed to begin your journey is beneficial.
If you have further questions or concerns about the admissions process or are ready to take the next step toward drug recovery please contact us.