When clients enroll in our inpatient treatment center, they will likely have questions about what to bring to rehab. While we want each of our clients to recover in relative comfort, there are specific items that we ask our clients not to bring. In some cases, this request is for the safety of the other clientele, while in other cases, we do this to help the individual maintain their sobriety. If you have questions about what not to bring to inpatient treatment, we recommend calling our treatment experts at 844.962.2775. We’ll answer any questions you may have and give you the encouragement that you need in this challenging time.

What Not to Bring to Inpatient Treatment

We ask all clients not to bring the following items to our inpatient treatment center:

  • Drugs and alcohol
  • Narcotics
  • Drug paraphernalia
  • Weapons (guns, knives, scissors, sharp objects, etc.)
  • Pornography
  • Electronics, including cell phones, pagers, iPads, or laptops
  • Video games or DVDs
  • Cameras
  • Extension cords, power strips, or chargers
  • Food or drinks
  • Perfume or cologne
  • Nail polish or polish remover
  • Over-the-counter medications.
  • Vitamins
  • Toiletries and beauty products that contain alcohol or are aerosol
  • Lighters or matches
  • Candles or incense
  • Cleaning supplies
  • Sporting equipment
  • Revealing clothing (tank tops, midriff-bearing tops, short shorts, etc.)
  • Clothing with profanity or references to drugs, alcohol, or violence
  • Expensive jewelry

If you are not sure about whether we will allow an item in our inpatient treatment program, you can always reach out to our caring intake team. We are happy to answer questions and provide support.

What Conditions Are Treated at Our Inpatient Treatment Center?

At Spokane Falls Recovery Center, we offer addiction and mental health treatment for a wide array of conditions. One of the most common addictions we treat is alcohol addiction. Because alcohol is so prevalent in American society at large, we often recommend that clients enroll in an inpatient treatment program. Inpatient treatment removes clients from the triggers and stressors that may lead them to drink and allows them to focus on their recovery. They can also develop coping mechanisms and stress relief techniques, which will allow them to avoid alcohol use in the future.

We also offer treatment for a range of prescription drug addictions, including prescription painkillers and benzodiazepines. While these medications can be highly useful when an individual uses them over a short period of time, they can be highly addictive if a person uses them over an extended period. If a client requires the medication to manage a mental health condition, such as anxiety, we may recommend our dual diagnosis treatment program. This program concurrently addresses the addiction and mental health conditions, giving the client the highest chance for long-term recovery.

In addition, we provide support for those suffering from an addiction to illicit drugs, such as:

  • Meth
  • Cocaine
  • Heroin

Regardless of whether clients are trying to break free of an addiction to alcohol, prescription drugs, or illicit drugs, there is hope and help available. Reach out to Spokane Falls Recovery Center to learn about the treatment options available.

Find Healing at Spokane Falls Recovery Center Today

At Spokane Falls Recovery Center, we strive to provide an evidence-based, holistic approach to addiction treatment. While we recognize that asking our clients not to bring certain items into their treatment program, we believe that it is for the good of their recovery. We do provide a range of items for each client during their stay at our recovery center, including:

  • A sweat outfit
  • Disposable razors
  • Hairdryer & curling iron
  • Notebooks for journaling

Don’t put off treatment any longer. Call Spokane Falls Recovery Center today at 844.962.2775 to enroll in our inpatient addiction treatment program.