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What To Bring To A Sober Living Home

woman wondering what to bring to a sober living home

Could a sober living home be the right experience for you? Deciding to enter into a treatment program like this is a big one – and it is one of the best decisions you can make for your future. It takes a lot of dedication. At Rockland Recovery Treatment Center, we want you to know that you do not have to worry about the details. Our team can help you every step of the way to get the care you need through our sober living homes.

What You Should Bring to a Sober Living Home

With our substance abuse treatment program in MA available to you, you’ll learn firsthand how to achieve your best outcome. We do want you to be prepared when you come to spend time with us. We will provide you with more details when you contact us, but here are a few things we recommend that you bring with you when you arrive at a sober living home for care.

  • Clothing for about a week
  • Hygiene products and toiletries you need
  • Personal electronics like phones and tablet computers
  • Money for transportation needs
  • Food and drinks (non-alcoholic only)

There are often some limits on what you can bring. For example, we recommend that you do not bring any personal furniture, cooking equipment, or bedding. You cannot bring in any weapon or any products that contain alcohol, including mouthwash and sanitizers.

What Should You Expect in Our Home?

When you arrive at our sober living home, you will work closely with our team to learn about the space and your responsibilities. We provide you with the furniture you need for a bedroom setup, including a TV, bed, dressers, and washer and dryers. You will be able to use the kitchen and all of the appliances there. There is also internet connectivity provided to you.

If you are unsure if you should bring something, please let us know. You will also get more information when you speak to our team about your arrival.

It’s important to remember that if you bring valuable items, such as cell phones or gaming consoles, you will be responsible for them. That may limit some people from wanting to bring these with them during their stay.

What Can You Expect from the Experience?

During your time with us in our residential treatment program in MA, you will work closely with professionals who can guide and support you. There is a great deal of support provided through both individual counseling and group counseling programs. You will learn to get back into life by building life skills but also learning more about yourself and all that you can accomplish on your own. This is a time for you to embrace your future.

Take the Time to Learn More About Our Treatment Programs

Our sober living home is one option for you. Our team offers a range of solutions to meet most of your needs. This includes programs such as:

  • Men’s rehab center
  • Women’s rehab center
  • Day partial hospitalization program
  • Day intensive outpatient program
  • Evening intensive outpatient program

This is in addition to our sober living home. You can overcome the challenges you face, especially when you have a team of dedicated professionals working with you to support you every step of the way. Now is your time to rebuild your future.

Your Future Starts at Rockland Recovery Treatment Center – Call Us Today

By providing our clients with a sober living home, you’ll have the opportunity to embrace your health and future. Learn more about our residential treatment program in MA and how it can help you. At Rockland Recovery Treatment Center, we are dedicated to supporting all of your needs. Call us at 855.732.4842 to learn more.

Medical Reviewer Kate Perfetti, LADC II

Medically Reviewed by Kate Perfetti, LADC II

Kate is a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor who has worked in the field of substance abuse for the last nine years. At Rockland Recovery, Kate works to provide resources to the local community and engage and progress Rockland Recovery’s alumni program.


Take the First Step Toward Recovery.

If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, we encourage you to request a confidential call to explore treatment options, ask questions, and receive support from experienced professionals. We know taking this first step can be challenging, but it’s a courageous and important part of the recovery journey.

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