What to Bring

Below is information about what to bring and what not to bring to Talbott Recovery as you embark on your road to recovery from addiction. We look forward to working with you and getting to know you better!

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What to Bring to Substance Abuse Treatment

  • Pharmacy plan information and ALL medications to which you are currently prescribed
  • Alarm clock
  • Toiletries w/no alcohol (including colognes/perfumes)
  • USB flashdrive
  • Photos of friends & family**
  • Favorite pillow**
  • Personal CD player/radio w/headphones (not for use on campus) **
  • Workout clothes**
  • Musical instruments**
  • Sports equipment (golf clubs, tennis rackets, etc)**
  • Casual clothing
  • Bathing suit (women – one piece only)**
  • Writing supplies (journals, stationary, stamps)**
  • Reading materials**
  • Patients are encouraged to have a car (after receiving staff approval)



What Not to Bring to Addiction Treatment

  • Any devices with internet capabilities
  • Cell phone
  • Weapons of any kind
  • Non-prescribed medications (including samples)
  • Aerosol sprays of any type
  • Personal computers or equipment
  • Musical instrument amplifiers
  • Pets
  • Pornographic books & magazines, including Maxim
  • DVD players
  • Video games
  • Alcohol/drugs
  • Excessive jewelry/cash/credit cards
  • Inappropriate clothing (tank/sleeveless tops, navel-revealing, references to drugs/alcohol, skin-tight, low-riding)