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Choosing to go through with your addiction treatment journey is an incredible victory, way to go! While the decision to go to rehab is never an easy one, it has the potential to be the most monumental decision of your life. The steps that you take from here on out will play a major role in shaping your life as a healthy, clean, and sober individual.

Your path to recovery is waiting
and we’re here to help.

Our admissions specialist are available 24/7 to listen to your story
and get you started with next steps.

Why call us?

Setting expectations is important during the drug and alcohol rehab process and beyond. As such, it is important to have a good understanding of what to bring to rehab and what not to bring to rehab. Let’s dive in.

It is extremely important for you to follow the guidelines provided by the admissions team. The admissions team will provide you with a packing list in order to make sure you are fully prepared for rehab.

Use this rehab packing list to guide you in what to bring and what not to bring for your stay at Crystal Lake Healing.

What can I bring to Rehab?

  • Identification – your driver’s license, passport, or other photo ID
  • Health Insurance Card
  • Pharmacy card or prescription card
  • A list of all your medications and dosages. All medications must have your name and dosage clearly on the label.
  • A list of important contacts, including family, friends, and doctors or therapists you’d like involved in your treatment.
  • Credit card information for any incidental charges. A local pharmacy will bill medication, and your credit card is needed to fill any prescriptions.

Prohibited Items

Do not bring any prohibited medications, such as Klonopin, Xanax, Valium, Ambien, Adderall, even if prescribed to you.

Clothing

We suggest you pack enough casual, comfortable clothing for 7–10 days. Our rooms have ample dresser and closet space for your clothing. Some additional items you should pack:

  • Shoes and/or sneakers
  • Flip-flops/sandals
  • Appropriate undergarments
  • Sleepwear
  • Gym attire
  • A sweater
  • Waterproof jacket/raincoat
  • Masks or other face coverings. We provide a masks if you need one.

Florida is warm year-round, so if you are coming to Crystal Lake Healing from other parts of the country, here’s an annual weather chart to help you know what clothing to pack.

Deerfield Beach – Current Weather

Month

High / Low (°F)

Jan

75° / 61°

Feb

77° / 64°

Mar

80° / 66°

Apr

83° / 70°

May

86° / 74°

Jun

89° / 77°

Jul

90° / 78°

Aug

90° / 78°

Sept

89° / 78°

Oct

86° / 75°

Nov

81° / 69°

Dec

77° / 64°

Toiletries

Hygiene products are to be unopened. This includes items like shampoo and conditioner, face-wash, toothpaste, mouthwash, sunscreen, feminine products, lotion, and any basic makeup that you choose to bring. Please check the ingredients while you are packing; items must be alcohol-free. This also means that alcohol cannot be one of the first three ingredients for body wash, styling products, etc.

  • Personal toiletries, including cosmetics
  • Shampoo and conditioner
  • Cosmetics
  • Soap/Body Wash
  • Styling products
  • Mouthwash (alcohol-free)
  • Sunscreen
  • Shaving products with proper storage
  • Hair Dryers
  • Nail clippers or files

Please note, iPods and other personal music players cannot be internet accessible or be able to take photos.

Cell phone use

While at Crystal Lake, you will have limited use of your cell phone, pending clinical approval. If you use your phone for music, it’s a good idea to bring an MP3 player or iPod for music.

Please note, iPods and other personal music players cannot be internet accessible or be able to take photos.

What not to bring

  • Clothing that depicts drugs, alcohol, violence, or sex. This also includes tight and or revealing shirts (no bare midriffs) and short-shorts.
  • High-value items such as excessive amounts of cash or expensive jewelry, watches, or other items. Crystal Lake Healing is not responsible for the loss or damage of such items.
  • Weapons of any kind.
  • Drug-related items
  • Opened medications, supplements, or vitamins
  • Food or drink
  • Candles/Incense
  • Pornographic materials

Being Packed and Prepared for Treatment

It is advisable that you avoid bringing any valuables that that may be removed and/or lost during your stay at rehab. Finally, we recommend bringing any photos of family, friends, or even pets. Patients like feeling connected to their loved ones through these pictures, and they can also serve as motivation to stay the course in rehab.

If you have any questions regarding what to bring, please reach out to an admissions counselor who will be happy to help you.