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What to Bring to Caron

We want your stay to be as comfortable as possible.

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I want to learn about treatment options for:


2 Basic Information
The Person is:
years old


graduated high school

3 Condition Information
a licensed healthcare professional
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Caron Treatment Centers accepts patients aged 13 years or older. For more information on services available to those 12 and under, please learn more about Caron's Student Assistance Program.

What to Bring to Caron

The following is a general list of what you might want to pack for your stay at Caron. When the admissions process is underway, your Admissions/Case Specialist will send you a detailed list describing exactly what (and what not) to bring.

The Basics

At a minimum, you’ll want to bring the following items:

  • Comfortable clothing and shoes for about a week (a maximum of two suitcases). On-site laundry facilities and supplies are available.
  • Alcohol-free toiletries, including: shampoo, soap, toothpaste, toothbrush, deodorant, shaving articles, hairdryer, etc.
  • Writing materials for taking notes
  • Photo ID: a driver’s license, passport, or work ID
  • Medical insurance cards
  • A list of all medications, including dosages, and any known allergies to medications

Possible Extras

We want you to be comfortable and feel at home during your stay at Caron. Your Admissions/Case Specialist will talk with you about what kinds of personal items you may be able to bring, and what our staff will consider appropriate for your specific situation. In the meantime, here are some items to consider packing.

  • Family photos
  • Journaling materials
  • Music that helps you feel positive
  • Spiritual or religious items
  • Books

Checking in Your Luggage

On the day you arrive, you’ll check your bags in while completing paperwork and getting settled. We’ll take a look at your belongings to make sure you’ve brought only appropriate items for your stay during treatment. Personal items deemed not appropriate to have during treatment will be sent home with the accompanying family member or stored and returned to you at your discharge.