What to bring to Rehab and how to pack for treatment

Coming to rehab is an important step and one of the first questions we get asked is ‘what should I bring?'

Obviously most importantly is to bring yourself, along with some motivation and willingness. Otherwise the main goal is to be comfortable, in group, out and about and in the gym. Don’t worry too much as in Thailand you can buy clothes and toiletries easily and cheaply.

Hope is not too strict about what you can bring and not bring with you, however we do have a policy worth reading. Have a brief look at the checklist and a list of prohibited items. Its all routine common sense but if there is something you are not sure about best check with us before bring it. 


We’ve listed below some of the basics:

  • Exercise gear
  • Loose, comfortable clothing as it gets hot here
  • Something warm for group rooms with air-conditioning
  • Swimming clothes
  • Beach towel
  • Sun cream
  • Personal toiletries
  • Phone/ computer & charger
  • Glasses and contact lenses
  • Medication
  • Contact info of loved ones
  • Healthcare contacts
  • Everyday Jewelry
  • Cash and cards
  • Insurance documents
  • Pictures of your loved ones

Suggested Clothing:

  • Comfortable, casual tops
  • Loose T-shirts
  • Loose shorts
  • Jeans
  • Sweatpants
  • Gym / workout clothes
  • Bathing swim suit
  • Sneakers, Flip flops


Monkey on your back

What not to bring to rehab:

  • Alcohol or drugs
  • No Pets
  • Unapproved prescription medications
  • Energy drinks
  • Provocative clothing
  • Products containing alcohol like mouth wash
  • Expensive jewelry or valuables
  • Weapons
  • X box type games
  • Playing cards
  • Clothing that promotes alcohol, drugs, or violence