Treatment begins with detox
BROWARD COUNTY DETOX CENTERS
Recovery from an addiction begins with getting physically clean from drugs and alcohol. Trying to detox alone can be uncomfortable, scary and dangerous, that’s why an inpatient medical detox is recommended in most cases. Light doses of medications will alleviate most withdrawal symptoms and reduce your risk of any adverse health consequences you may otherwise have. Since most people don’t get off drugs or alcohol on their own being in a detox center will not only reduce your withdrawal symptoms but it will also make it nearly impossible for you to pick up your drug of choice.
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FIND THE RIGHT DETOX
Our team of Addiction Treatment Specialists can help you find the right detox center in your area, we know them all. Our Treatment Specialists will work with you regarding insurance coverage and self pay options. If you don’t have insurance coverage and your finances are limited we’d be happy to recommend a county or state funded program, everyone deserves the opportunity to get addiction treatment. Whether you need detox from alcohol, prescription drugs or street narcotics we’ll find the right place for you. If your unsure whether you need detox just call us, we’ll answer any questions regarding treatment you may have.
WHY DRUG AND ALCOHOL DETOX WILL HELP
- Break the cycle of addiction by removing the substances that you are physically dependent on.
- Medication assisted medical detox will stop the withdrawal symptoms and keep you more comfortable and willing to recover.
- You’ll be in a safe environment, it’s very difficult to find drugs or alcohol when you are sitting in detox.
- Easy access to counselors and staff that understand what your going through and are happy to help you.
REHAB AFTER DETOX
Once you’ve successfully completed a detox program, it is much easier to concentrate on learning the tools necessary to stay clean and live a productive lifestyle. Your next step will be to continue on to an inpatient drug and alcohol rehab. This is where you’ll learn how to return to a normal life, address the triggers that cause you to use and rebuild relationships you damaged while you were using. Rehab programs usually last 30-90 days and are typically covered by your insurance provider.
Intensive Outpatient Counseling Following Rehab.
Once you complete your drug and alcohol rehab you should consider going the next step and starting an outpatient counseling program for a few hours a week. Through the years we have found that addicts and alcoholics who follow these three steps have the best chance of getting and STAYING sober.