What To Bring

The following is a list of items clients may bring and may not bring during their treatment.

Things Resident Should Bring:

  • 7 days of clothing
  • Toiletries (no ethyl alcohol)
  • Spiritual or AA Reading Material
  • Pictures of family/significant others (no frames)
  • Good Attitude
  • Motivation for Change
  • 30-40 gallon tote box (or items will be placed in a 30 gallon bag.
  • Transparency and Honesty
  • Open Mind
  • Appropriate Reading Material
  • Mp3 Player that does not connect to internet and has no camera (NO CELLPHONES)

The following are articles/items that are not allowed during your residency and shall be considered contraband.  This is not an all-inclusive listing and subject to change.

Things not allowed (Contraband):

  • Pants/shirts with holes, pants/shirts with inappropriate logos, or short shorts
  • Weapons, condoms, straight razors
  • Enemas
  • Cell Phone, laptop computer, televisions or any other electronic devices
  • Gang paraphernalia, including bandanas, drawings, writings and symbols
  • Pornography
  • Chewing Tobacco, vape or e-cig, rolling tobacco or rolling papers
  • Alcohol, Illegal Substances, paraphernalia or Prescriptions not approved by the Medical Director
  • Suitcases, purses, luggage, duffle bags, backpacks, etc. (all items must be in a tote box or items will be placed in a 30 gallon bag upon admission).
  • Nail polish, nail polish remover, hair coloring products, pencil sharpener/eyeliner sharpener
  • Wire hangers, shoe polish, scissors
  • Energy Supplements
  • No Aerosol or Toiletries containing alcohol (no perfume/cologne and no mouthwash)
  • Animals

Items considered to be contraband are not allowed during your stay with Unhooked Recovery

Unhooked Recovery does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, or handicap.

Unhooked Recovery Mesa

  • 215 South Power Road, Mesa, AZ 85206
  • 602-368-4471

Out Patient Services

  • 5801 E Main Street, Mesa, AZ 85205
  • 602-368-3114

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