What to Bring
- Your driver’s license, passport or photo ID
- Insurance card
- A list of all your medications and dosages. Please bring a 4-day supply to ensure you do not miss any medications during your transition. While in treatment, authorized medications will be distributed from our local pharmacy at an additional cost. If you have an advanced directive please bring it with you.
- The names, addresses and phone numbers of health care professionals, referents, family members and anyone else you would like to have involved in your treatment.
- Casual comfortable clothing that can be layered.
- Hats and sunglasses
- Shoes for everyday use and for exercise; a comfortable pair of hiking boots may also prove helpful.
- Workout attire, including gym clothes and an appropriate swimsuit.
- Shoes, shirts and appropriate undergarments are required at all times. Dress codes are to be followed while in treatment.
- Personal toiletries; including shampoo and conditioner, hairspray, mouthwash, body lotion, personal hygiene for women and sunscreen. All toiletries must be alcohol-free.
- Acceptable electronics: alarm clocks (without radio), hair dryers, headset radios, CD players, iPods and MP3 players (no speakers) and cameras (must be sensitive of others privacy). Certain phases of treatment may not allow use of cell phones or laptops, but these items may be brought and stored until staff permits use.
- We recommend you bring 7-10 days worth of clothing only (limit 2 suitcases and 1 carry on as we have limited storage.)
- Laundry facilities are available onsite; detergent, iron and ironing board will be provided at no additional cost.
- Credit cards, cashier’s checks, personal checks or wire transfers are all acceptable forms of payment. Please contact admissions and make any necessary arrangements prior to your arrival. Payment is due in full upon admission.
- Credit card information must be on file for any incidental charges. Medication will be billed by a local pharmacy and they will also need a credit card on file in order to fill prescriptions. You will be responsible for any co-pays or visits to the doctor.
What Not to Bring
- Clothing that depicts drugs, alcohol, violence or sex.
- Excessively tight fitting clothes; avoid low cut, revealing shirts (no bare midriffs) and short-shorts (only shorts with a hem one inch above the knee may be worn).
- Items of excessive value. Casa Capri Recovery is not liable for the loss or damage of money, jewelry, documents, or any other articles of unusual value.
- Home furnishings; all of our properties are fully furnished.
- Electrical appliances such as television or kitchen appliances
- Cosmetics or toiletries that contain alcohol. Alcohol free cosmetics can be brought from home or purchased locally.
- Weapons of any kind.
- Any unauthorized medications will be destroyed upon admission into the facility (i.e. Suboxone®, Klonopin®, Xanax®, Valium®, Ambien®, Adderall® etc.)
*Please be advised any items deemed inappropriate or excessive will be shipped home at owner’s expense.