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Medically assisted detoxification is a critical first stage in addiction treatment. While by itself it does little to change long-term alcohol and drug use, it is a critical and often medically necessary gateway to effective, long term treatment.
Our Detox Services are geared toward preventing and arresting the frequently severe, sometimes life threatening symptoms of addiction withdrawal, while setting the stage for commitment to long-term treatment.
Our goal at Inpatient Detox is to help adults over the age of 18 safely manage the acute physical and psychological symptoms of withdrawal and to pave the way for effective admission into a treatment system.
We also connect Detox patients to the social support resources they need for continuing care. While we are not equipped to serve pregnant women or the severely medically ill, we make referrals to appropriate centers or hospitals where these services are provided.
Our Inpatient Detoxification Team includes a physician, psychiatrist, registered nurse, counselor, and support staff who work closely together to create a caring, comfortable, effective, motivational, medically secure daily context for detoxification and to treat co-morbid medical or psychiatric conditions.
- Medical Detoxification
- Observation 24 hours a day
- Assessment for Co-Occurring Mental Health Disorders
- Medication, as prescribed by physician
- Daily Psychiatric Assessment
- Daily nursing assessment
- Group Therapy
- Individual Counseling
- Recreational Therapy
- Case management and social service referrals