DRUG & ALCOHOL DETOX
Detox from drugs and alcohol at ASAP Rehabs – treating clients withdrawing from alcohol, benzodiazepines, opiates, and stimulates. Our 24-hour drug and alcohol detox provides professional support staff, overseen by licensed medical physicians, appropriate protocols, insure individuals can detox safely, completely and comfortably. This is paramount in eliminating the once painful experience of detoxification and so important as detox can propose life-threaten risk without such proper care.
Many clients who come into drug & alcohol detoxification may not yet know what their next steps might be for lasting recovery – this is expected. In fact, many are not even cognitively ready to participate in group or individual therapy fully until Drug & Alcohol detoxification is complete. However, once cleared by the medical team, we encourage clients to attend treatment to sustain life long recovery.
One strong benefit to participating in ASAP Rehab’s drug & alcohol detoxification is the continuum of care in ASAP Rehab Treatment Programs. The beginnings of community building, therapeutic alliance, safety, trust, and treatment planning is already occurring which are foundational for next steps in fully being treated.
Many clients complete drug & alcohol detox within 3 to 10 days of admission. However, it is most important that the client is comfortable and safe thus allowing fort the best success for recovery, relapse prevention and motivation for sustainable recovery. Each client is different and medical needs, or the amount of drugs or alcohol they have been using can effect timeframes. Some detoxification timeframes could take weeks and each detox is tailor to the individual’s needs.
By enrolling in our licensed detoxification services, a client can begin the recovery process with a strong foundation. Choosing to enroll in our residential or outpatient programs after detox, clients benefit from a continuum of care that provide them with the skills and coping mechanisms required to remain sober and reduce their risk of relapse.