Have you made numerous failed attempts to stop drinking or doing drugs? Are you ready for recovery? As one of the nation’s top rehab centers, we understand how difficult the decision to enter treatment can be. We are committed to supporting you on your journey toward lifelong sobriety. Contact Vogue Recovery Center today to learn what our rehab program has to offer.

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What to Expect from the Admissions Process

rehab admissions, patient talking with therapistVogue Recovery Center’s admissions process is structured to minimize the reluctance and anxiety that many people feel when considering addiction treatment. It begins with a call to our caring and compassionate treatment advisors who will explain our program offerings, check your insurance benefits, and verify financial eligibility. Upon admission, clients begin safe and effective medically assisted detox in the comfort of one of our luxurious residential facilities. There, they will be administered medications to ease withdrawal symptoms by our medical director, who is also an addictionologist, and 24-hour skilled nursing staff. Following completion of detoxification (usually 7-10 days), clients transition to the residential rehabilitation phase treatment which can last 30, 60, or 90 days depending on need. Clients may continue with us in day treatment or intensive outpatient treatment (IOP) or may choose to return to work and reenter society. Entering an addiction rehabilitation facility is a life-changing decision, and we hope you will give Vogue Recovery Center the chance to help you achieve a life free from addiction.

 

What to Pack For Treatment

Packing for treatment can be a source of anxiety, but we’re here to help. Packing for a stay in residential treatment is similar to packing for a long vacation. The following list is of suggested items to pack for treatment. We recommend limiting yourself to what you can fit into a large suitcase and a carry-on. You will have access to a modern laundry facility at the treatment center throughout your stay. Prohibited items are noted:

Suggested Items: Clothing

Shoes:

  • One pair of athletic shoes: think about what you have that you would wear to the gym, walking, light hikes, etc.
  • One pair of house shoes: flip flops, sandals, slip-on (can also be used if beach activities are offered). Most facilities don’t like you walking around barefoot for health reasons, so a light slip-on comfortable house shoe is a great item to have with you.
  • One pair of dress/nice shoes: You will most likely attend outside support groups and possibly go on excursions where house shoes or gym shoes won’t be the best choice.  If you don’t have a nicer shoe, don’t panic, they aren’t a necessity but rather a good addition.
  • Possible fourth pair if you have room in the bags of your choice (check out the activities offered and ask if you need anything special such as boots for working outside or gardening shoes.)

Undergarments:

  • 5-7 pairs of underwear
  • 5-7 pairs of socks
  • 2-3 regular bras for women plus 1-2 exercise bras.

You generally want to have a week’s worth of clean undergarments. You can use the center’s laundry facilities to clean your clothes throughout your stay during treatment downtime.

 Women: DO NOT bring lingerie. This is not appropriate, especially at co-ed facilities. 
Pants/bottoms:

  • 2-3 pair of jeans or casual pants
  • A pair of shorts (not too short-  you may be asked to change)
  • 1-2 pair workout pants
  • One or two skirt/dresses

Tops:

  • 1 long sleeve (for layering)
  • 1 dress or button-up shirt
  • 3-5 – shirts or casual shirts
  • Sweatshirt
  • Sweater (depending on weather and geography)
  • Jacket

Suggested Items: Toiletries and Other Items

Hats (optional):

  • Baseball caps
  • Sun Hats
  • Beanie

Other:

  • Swimsuit (several facilities have a pool, go to the beach, or other water activities)
  • Any braces needed (leg, wrist, back) in case of old or existing injuries
  • Gloves
  • Robe
  • Pajamas/sleepwear
  • A few photos or mementos of loved ones
  • A writing journal
  • A book
  • Sunglasses
  • Reading/prescription glasses/contact lenses
  • Lighter for cigarettes if you smoke
  • Cigarettes if you smoke
  • Vape and vape juice (MUST BE SEALED/UNOPENED IN ORIGINAL PACKAGING)

Toiletries:

  • Hairbrush/comb
  • Hair tie for long hair
  • Toothbrush
  • Toothpaste
  • Minimal make up
  • Deodorant
  • Shaving cream
  • Sun Block
  • Lotion

NOTE: We will search your personal toiletries along with all your luggage. Many clients think they can be clever by smuggling in contraband. Just don’t do it- the staff knows all your tricks! 

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Often, staff will keep perfumes, razors, or any item seen as potentially harmful to yourself or your peers in early recovery and release it to you when needed. All items you brought in will be returned to you upon leaving, except in cases such as addictive medications, drugs, or contraband found upon admission. Be sure to read over the facility’s policies at the time of admission and obtain a copy for your records.

Vogue Recovery Rehab Admissions Process

When you call Vogue Recovery Center in Arizona, Nevada, or California, we will walk you through the entire admissions process. You can contact us at any time, 24/7. Our compassionate treatment advisors will work with you to make the admissions process as efficient, straightforward, and pain-free as possible to start you on the path of recovery.