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What to Bring

Preparing for Your Stay at Cody Regional Health’s Cedar Mountain Center

You don’t need to bring much with you when you come to Cody Regional Health’s Cedar Mountain Center for addiction recovery, but there are a few essentials you should remember. Be sure you bring the following:

  • Medications. Residents should come with a 60-day supply of any medications they are currently taking. Any medications that the facility provides will be billed to the resident's contracted medical service provider or to the resident. Arrangements can be made with the facility to have a resident's medications sent in from outside the facility in order to minimize the cost to the payer or resident. If needed, bring Nicotine patches and nicotine gum (if you are a chewer).

  • Personal toiletries. Please note: Personal toiletries with any form of alcohol will be locked up and only given out at certain times. Please check the list of ingredients on the back of the bottle. Also, no aerosols are allowed (hair spray, spray deodorant and so forth). Residents should provide any needed items such as shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, toothpaste, lotion, hair clippers, hairbrush or comb, shaving items, and feminine hygiene products. Makup items accepted are foundation, mascara and blush
  • Money for laundry. Residents are responsible for washing their own clothes at the CMC laundry facilities. Detergent is provided. Change from bills to quarters is available. CMC provides bed linens and bath towels, which are laundered by CMC.
  • Spending money. Residents should bring everything they will need for the duration of their stay. Just in case, residents should bring a minimum of $40 for laundry and essentials that need to be replaced, stamps, etc.
  • residents may make personal long-distance calls on Saturday or at other times as permitted by the counselors.
  • Psychiatry records. Bring any testing previously completed, including a bio/psych/social history, previous chemical dependency evaluations and treatment histories from any other facilities the resident may have attended. Include any information on treatment by a psychiatrist, psychologist or counselor for individual, group or marital counseling.
  • 5-6 changes of clothes and gym clothes. Any access clothing will be sent home.
  • 3 pairs of shoes max
  • Flipflops for shower
  • Appropriate Winter and Fall attire such as a coat, hat and gloves
  • 3-Ring binder, personal journal, hard candy and gum are accepted
  • CMC is a Tabaco & smoke-free campus.
  • Bible
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  • "The counselors at CMC are highly attuned to the needs of the individual clients and are also able to foster an effective group-treatment environment. Lectures are sensitive to client's emotional and intellectual needs in recovery. CMC has played a crucial role in my sobriety and in my overall well-being."

    - Dana
  • "So good I almost wish I had another 60 days to complete. From the director to the cleaning lady I have absolutely no complaints. 100 percent recommend CMC. I received the best care all around. Best treatment ever. Everyone who works at CMC is so very helpful and caring. It is like a big family living together. They made me feel so welcome, so much that I don't ever want to forget anyone here."

    - Jessica
  • "They helped me with the meds that I needed. The counseling was awesome, Krista helped me so much and I appreciate it so much. The groups gave me a lot of info in helping me out."

    - Destiny
  • "The counselors are amazing people who helped me the whole way through it. Touched on past traumas that are necessary for my recovery. The entire thing was raw but a wonderful experience."

    - Jillian
  • "This program is amazing. I was able to re-grasp what once was and multiply it by several factors. There wasn’t necessarily one particular thing, it was the overall program."

    - Keith