1 week’s worth of clothing (7 shirts, 3 pants, 2 shorts, Pajamas/sweats (3 shirts, 2 pants/shorts)
2 sets of gym clothes.
1 week’s worth of undergarments (underwear, socks, bras, etc.)
2 sweaters, or sweatshirts.
1 Jacket, and/or coat in the winter.
Shoes: 1 pair athletic shoes, one pair comfortable shoes (flats, etc.), and 1 pair sandals, 1 pair of slippers – no heels please!
Please do not bring more than $100 cash with you.
Comfortable clothing including work-out attire for cardio, yoga, etc.(shorts need to be no shorter than mid-thigh for both men and
Please bring all prescription medications with you.
Due to laws governing prescription medications, we will send them to our pharmacy for identification and re-packaging for a nominal fee. Please do not bring any over the counter medications.
All medications must be dispensed by our nursing department.
Toiletries such as soap, shampoo, conditioner, toothbrush/paste, body lotion, deodorant (non-aerosol), feminine products, brush/comb, hair dryer, shaving items. All toiletries must be in plastic containers.
Portable Media Player (iPod, Mp3 player) – usage will be limited to therapeutic purposes.
Written list of important phone numbers (you will not have access to your cell phone during treatment).
Stationery, envelopes, and stamps to write letters. Small pictures of family/children (no glass in frames).
**All bags and luggage will be searched upon admission any items may be confiscated at staff discretion
Other items to Bring
Personal identification (e.g., state drivers license or passport)
Bring your insurance card, as we will need a copy for your file.
Bring a credit card that will be used for incidentals, supplements, medications, and outside medical costs.
What NOT to Bring
Sharp objects of any kind that can be used as a weapon; sewing needles, scissors, glass mirrors, etc.
Leave valuables such as jewelry, etc. at home. We are not responsible for lost or stolen items.
Food, snacks, gum, mints, beverages of any kind. These will be available for purchase when you are here.
Items containing alcohol such as mouthwash, perfume/cologne, aftershave, etc.
Any chemical liquids such as nail polish, and nail polish remover.
CDs, DVDs and Videos.
Aerosol products including deodorant and hair spray
Alcohol and illegal substances
Shirts/blouses or other attire with explicit messages or photos. Also, revealing clothing such as items showing the midriff, low-cut tops,
tube tops, spaghetti straps, form fitting attire, short shorts (shorter than mid-thigh, two-piece bathing suits for women, no Speedos for men).
Residents do not have to bring in medications unless they are needed immediately. Residents meet with a board certified addictionologist weekly to go over and assess various medication options which would increase the quality of treatment here at Maple Mountain Recovery.
The need to maintain a productive treatment environment is of utmost importance at Maple Mountain. Items that clearly support a resident’s productive interaction while participating in their treatment include, but are not limited to, the following items listed in the PDF provided below: