Drug and Alcohol Detox Treatment Programs
Addiction detox should always be done under medical supervision.
For many addicts and alcoholics, it can seem nearly impossible to make it even a day without a drink or a drug. Depending on the severity of the addiction, it is generally recommended that you or your loved one go through medically supervised drug or alcohol detox prior to entering the treatment facility of your choice. The advantages of entering a detox program greatly reduce the chance of the addict giving up early into recovery.
A detoxification program for physical dependence does not necessarily address the social, psychological or behavioral issues that intermingle with addiction. However, it’s the necessary place to start if one wants to walk the road to a full recovery.
The Drug and Alcohol Detox Process
Whether you enter a standalone detox facility or an inpatient program with detox services, the medically supervised drug detoxification process will generally progress as such:
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Detox Treatment FAQs
Detox programs vary in length, staffing and treatment philosophy from facility to facility. The best way to know your full options is to read through these FAQs on detox treatment, and then contact us if you still have questions about detox or need help with finding the right program.
Important Note on Detox Treatment
No matter what type of detox program you choose, addressing only the physical effects of drug and alcohol abuse is not enough treatment for your addiction. Only when you dig deeper into the underlying issues and psychological reasons for addiction can you begin to heal and recover.
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How to Get into Professional Addiction Detox
Fight Addiction Now can offer vital resources for you or your loved one when a detox program is needed to help overcome mental and physical health conditions due to illegal drugs, prescription medications, or alcohol abuse. Call us today at 1-833-542-8797 or submit your insurance. Together, we can find the best solution. We’re here to listen and guide you toward the first step of recovery.
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