We serve up to 50 clients in our inpatient detox area. Clients share rooms with one other client of the same gender identity, with each having his/her/their own desk, dresser, nightstand, in-room toilet and sink.
Our team addresses food and nutrition, routine healthcare and other wellness needs during the client’s stay.
Here’s what you can bring or family members can bring for you:
- Shirts (no obscene/inappropriate words or pictures)
- Pants – sweatpants, pants, jeans, yoga pants, etc.
- Pajamas – appropriate coverage
- Shoes – tennis shoes, boots, sandals, flip flops
- Sunglasses (only for use outside)
- Hats, Scarves and Do-rags – must be appropriate (no obscene language or drug related language or pictures, no gang relation)
- Laundry Soap (there is laundry soap provided as well) – will be kept in locked room
- Hair Styling appliances (hair dryer, straightener, etc.) – will be kept in storage bins
- Hygiene products (nothing with alcohol in the product or aerosols) – some products are provided on the unit
- Facial Cleansers
- Body wash
- Contacts, contact solution
- Books – must be approved by counselor
- Stamps – for mail
- Cigarettes (See Smoking Policy)
The following items are not allowed and will be placed in locked storage during admission:
- Cell phones, E-Readers, Tablets, etc.
- Electronic Appliances – razors, hair clippers, fans, heaters, radio, CD player, etc.
- Products with Alcohol
- Aerosol products
- Sharp items – scissors, metal nail files, knives, glass items
Each client will meet daily with their primary counselor and can join up to four substance abuse-related group sessions.
Clients who have been following a Methadone maintenance treatment should secure guest dosing paperwork from their primary clinic prior to admission. Learn More about Guest Dosing at Maryhaven