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While participating in the Enterhealth Ranch residential treatment program, we want our clients to be comfortable. To that end, we put together this list of what to bring – and what not to bring.

All bedding, towels, pillows, writing materials, and alarm clocks will be provided. But you should bring clothes for approximately 7-14 days. There is a laundry room available. All laundry supplies (detergent, stain remover, starch, iron, and ironing board) will be provided.

Pack toiletries, a personal blanket (if desired), a small amount of cash or credit cards, any sentimental items, photos, comfortable clothes, tennis shoes, and a sweater or jacket depending upon the season. During summer, guests can take advantage of the outdoor swimming pool – ladies are encouraged to bring one-piece bathing suits; gentlemen may bring swim trunks.

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Other useful items to bring include:
  • Cell phone, laptop, and other necessary electronic devices
  • Recovery-related books or literature
  • Books or magazines
  • Stationery and stamps
  • A personal journal or diary
  • Hairdryer
  • Headphones
  • Musical instruments
  • Family or personal photos
  • Any current medications you are taking, including over-the-counter vitamins and supplements, and any sprays or creams that you use routinely.
  • Please inform intake staff of any special medical equipment you currently use to determine whether you will need to bring it upon entering treatment.

What you should NOT bring to Enterhealth Ranch

For the safety and confidentiality of our patients, please do not bring the following items:

  • E-cigarette or vaping products
  • Alcohol, drug products, or paraphernalia
  • Weapons or firearms
  • Valuables (expensive jewelry or large amounts of cash)
  • Cologne/perfume
  • Cameras or audio/video/recording equipment
  • Aerosol spray products – hairspray, deodorant, etc.
  • Mouthwash or hand sanitizer that contains alcohol
  • Clothing that depicts alcohol, drugs, sex, or violence
  • Food or beverages
  • Vehicles – patients’ cars are not allowed at the Ranch
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Telephone Policy

We understand that clients may have business, legal and family issues to deal with outside of their addiction treatment and recovery. That's why we allow patients to use their phones, laptops, and other electronic devices when they are in their room, as long as this use does not interfere with their participation in our program.

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