detoxification centers

Detox Centers

Find a detox centerDetoxification is the first step on the path to ending addiction, but not all detox centers are the same. We can help you get started in the right direction.

One of the most important factors in choosing a detox program is to know what methods are used and how the process will help you get off drugs and alcohol initially. This is some of the information we can help with so that you have a better idea of what to look for.

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What are the Different Types of Detox?

In addition to the setting, something else that becomes a factor in what type of detox someone recieves is what drug (or drugs) they have been taking, how much, and for how long. Some drugs may require more medical supervision than others, which could determine the method used. It is always best to consult with a qualified treatment representative or medical professional before starting any type of detox.

An inpatient medical detox can usually last about a week, and it is common for short-term replacement drugs to be prescribed to stabilize the person and lessen withdrawal symptoms. Unfortunately, many detox centers also prescribe long-term drugs to be used, but in most cases we believe this is counter to the purpose of getting off drugs if more are given. If this has happened to you it would be good to seek a second opinion from a medical professional or investigate some other detox options. We can help you locate other detoxification services.

Detox Programs

Just like with rehabilitation programs, detox centers also have different settings. The latest national survey of treatment facilities showed that there were nearly 1,300 outpatient detox programs, nearly 900 residential centers offering detoxification services, and an additional 700 inpatient hospital detox units. These programs combine to provide detox services for roughly 23,000 clients at a time.

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