What to Bring



Packing List for Hill Country Detox



To ensure that your stay at Hill Country Detox is the most comfortable experience possible, we have provided a clear packing list to help you prepare. Please review the following lists before arriving at our detox center on your first day of detox. If you have questions about what you should or should not bring, please contact our admissions team today.

To Bring:

  • Enough clothing for 5 to 7 days
  • Tennis shoes (or another comfortable pair of shoes)
  • Pajamas
  • Jacket or coat
  • Personal toiletries and hygiene products (toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, deodorant, etc.)
  • Books (recovery or spiritual only)
  • Journal/stationery
  • Stamps
  • insurance/medical cards
  • Personal identification

Not to Bring:

  • Materials or clothing that suggest/promote/display drug use, alcohol use, or sexual content
  • Firearms or weapons of any kind
  • Products containing alcohol
  • Bedding
  • Personal decor or furniture
  • Pets
  • Food or beverages

Many Insurances Accepted

inpatient rehab center insurance

Have out of network insurance?

Call 888.512.5020 to verify your benefits.

Benefits of Family Involvement During Detox

We encourage family involvement during detox for a number of reasons. First and foremost, family involvement during this time helps the client develop and maintain a new sober lifestyle alongside his or her family members at home. Your loved one’s detox counselor can help you understand what they are experiencing in detox and how you can modify the home environment to help them maintain their sobriety upon returning home.

Additionally, family involvement during detox will help you transition out of crisis mode and into a more stable state of mind and living environment. Your loved one’s detox counselor can help you address and modify negative behaviors such as enabling and co-dependency to help create a healthier, substance-free environment at home.

Your involvement in your loved one’s detox program will also provide awareness and a deeper understanding of the complex issues that addicted and physically dependent individuals face in detox and recovery.

How You Can Support a Loved One

Before detox – To get your loved one to go to detox, you’ll need to express your concern for their well-being in a loving, respectful way. Once you have clearly communicated the ways in which their substance abuse has harmed you and other members of your family, they must then make the decision to seek treatment.

During detox – While your loved one is in detox, the best thing you can do for them is to take care of yourself. Often times families spend so much time focusing on the needs and concerns surrounding the addicted individual that they forget to take care of their own needs. Use the time apart to rest and do something for yourself, knowing that your loved one is in good hands. If you’d like to, you may also write a letter to your loved one to encourage them.

After detox – Once your loved one has completed their detox program at Hill Country Detox, our multidisciplinary treatment team will provide recommendations for ongoing treatment based on their needs. During this time, you can encourage your loved one to continue on with the recommended treatment plan and help them enroll in an inpatient or outpatient addiction program, if applicable. We also recommend that you participate in family counseling to encourage continued healing of the family unit.

Hill Country Detox

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Hill Country Detox

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Take the first step in your recovery and call us today at 888.512.5020. Includes detox for Opiates, Oxycontin, Hydrocodone, Heroin, Barbiturates, Alcohol, Benzodiazepines, Valium, Xanax, and other addictive substances.

Our admissions advisors are calm, caring, and confidential. They can help you make the right choice for yourself or your loved ones. Please call today!



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