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Death from drug overdoses has more than tripled in the last three decades, and addiction is a nationwide challenge. We’re committed to changing that. Many people suffering from addiction and drug abuse have developed an intense physiological dependence on the substance. Once your body becomes dependent, suddenly quitting can trigger withdrawal symptoms. Manage these symptoms with safe and effective medical detox, and begin your recovery in a comfortable environment.
What to Expect
While detox does not treat addiction, it is an important first step in your treatment and recovery. In most cases, substance abuse treatment centers require detox before you can begin treatment. Substances requiring detox include alcohol, benzodiazepines, opioids, prescription drugs, stimulants, and synthetic drugs. It’s best to detox in an environment with medical staff, therapy, and supporting treatment. Once you complete a medical detox program, you can begin rehab and start your journey to recovery.
Without medical supervision, alcohol and drug detox can be very dangerous. The pain associated with detox is both physical and psychological, and detoxing on your own can lead to a quick relapse. Under the care of our fully licensed and trained clinicians, you will begin the detoxification process and be able to safely rid your body of substances. We monitor you and your symptoms and help prevent life-threatening withdrawal complications such as seizures, heart attacks, and death.
Our outpatient detox program will begin with a set of comprehensive evaluations, including a physical exam and screenings for alcohol addiction and substance use disorder, co-occurring disorders, and other underlying medical conditions. Medical detox typically lasts between three to 14 days. The length of detox is determined by several different factors such as the type of substance, the duration and frequency of use, the quantity of substance consumed over a period of time, and weight.
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Successful recovery starts with detox.
Manage Withdrawal Symptoms
Withdrawal is a combination of physical, mental, and emotional symptoms. Understand these symptoms and the varying intensity.
Psychological symptoms are:
Physical symptoms of withdrawal include:
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Some substances trigger more severe and even lethal withdrawal symptoms. It is very dangerous to withdraw from substances such as alcohol, opiates, and benzos. These symptoms include a rapid heart rate, seizures, hallucinations, heart attack, and even death.
In many instances, medication-assisted treatment will be introduced in the detox program to alleviate intense and painful withdrawal symptoms. These medications include Methadone, Naltrexone, Vivitrol, Suboxone, and Sublocade. If not treated medically, withdrawal from certain substances can be lethal. Our experienced staff will help you through the most challenging symptoms so you can start recovery.