What to Bring to Detox

Detoxing requires a great deal of effort and patience. At Rocky Mountain Detox, we understand how much persistence it needs from an individual’s end to beat addiction. Taking proper medication is not enough to escape the addiction cycle. However, a welcoming environment with caring staff is fundamentally essential to achieving sobriety.

Rocky Mountain Detox sits in the heart of Lakewood, CO, and works with competent addiction professionals who understand the needs of their clients undergoing a recovery phase. The reputable center maintains a comfortable, secure, and relaxing space for recovering individuals. 

Inpatient Medical Detox

At Rocky Mountain Detox, we have designed an inpatient detox center that provides a warm and safe environment for recovering individuals so they can detox safely. Although we offer everything from high-tech amenities, customized meal plans, to healthy snacks, we ask clients to bring certain products along with them.

Take a look at the items to find out what to bring to detox.

What to Bring To Detox

Personal Items

  • Personal identification documents including birth certificate, driving license, and passport
  • Small backpacks carrying three comfortable changes of clothing and non-alcoholic toiletries
  • Cigarettes
  • A small zip-locked bag to bring cosmetic products
  • A small zip-locked bag to bring hygiene items

Note: Rocky Mountain Detox will not be responsible for your stolen items and belongings. Choose carefully what you will bring to detox.

Stored Items During Your Stay with Rocky Mountain Detox

  • Mobile phones (Maintain a separate record of all the important numbers before your arrival)
  • Credit Cards, cash, and Gift Cards
  • Tablets
  • MP3 Players/iPod
  • Laptops
  • Beauty products containing alcohol

Note: You will receive all your confiscated items except any alcohol/drugs when you are discharged.

Items to Leave at Home:

  • Drug paraphernalia
  • Illegal Drugs
  • Sharp objects
  • Any attire with violent and sexually explicit related content
  • Pillows or stuffed toys
  • Cameras/Camcorders
  • Food Items
  • Weapons
  • Pornography
  • Laundry Detergent, hand wash, and fabric softener
  • Any other dangerous device or item that deemed that poses risks to Rocky Mountain Detox staff

Note: Rocky Mountain Detox has the right to seize ANY thing deemed to be unfit for detox treatment.

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