Drug and Alcohol Detox Centers: Begin Recovery in Luxury
Before patients enter our Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOP) or Partial Hospitalization Treatment (PHP), some may require an in-house drug or alcohol detox.
The detoxification process cleanses the body of drugs and alcohol and is the first step in recovering from substance and/or alcohol abuse disorder.
Our medically supervised detox helps patients wean themselves off a drug or alcohol. This process cleanses the bloodstream of the substances, assisting the patient in feeling normal again. We provide a full medical detox, which means patients undergo comprehensive medical and psychological care.
Most major insurance companies typically cover a portion of your detox stay.
Because detoxification is different between drug and alcohol users, our detox programs are customized to treat each type of addiction.
During this period, patients may experience withdrawal symptoms, which are the body’s natural adverse reaction to battling the loss of something it has become accustomed to.
Withdrawal symptoms are similar across drug and alcohol detox and include abdominal pain, nausea, and vomiting. But alcohol detox is unique due to patients experiencing “DTs,” or delirium tremens, which are severe hallucinations.
The severity of withdrawal symptoms is why we designed our detox centers to provide as much emphasis as comfort and luxury as possible.
Our detox centers provide a maximum of two patients in each room. Each person has their own TVs, and multiple comfort amenities are available, including a holistic spa, massage and salon services, and movie theater access.
At DayBreak Treatment Solutions, we design customized programs for each person’s situation, which helps streamline positive results. The other part of the equation is making that detox process as comfortable as possible, which has prompted us to emphasize luxury for our patients.
The more comfortable a patient, the more successful the recovery, and, ultimately, the more quickly they can return to a healthy everyday life.
DayBreak Drug and Alcohol Detox Centers: FAQs
What are some of the side effects of detox:
Detoxification affects everyone differently. But the most typical of side effects include:
- Muscle Aches
- Pasty Tongue
- Issues Sleeping
- Hallucinations (DTs in alcohol withdrawal)
- Blood Pressure and Heart Beat fluctuations
What’s the average detox period?
The typical detox period varies from three to 10 days.
After detox, what’s needed before entering a treatment program?
Being medically stable is the only criterion for stepping down to a lower level of care, such as Residential, Partial Hospitalization Treatment (PHP), or Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOP).
Is detox medically supervised?
Yes. The detox is staffed with nurses, nurse practitioners, and is overseen by a physician.
Do you use medications?
Yes. We do use medication to help with the detox process.
Are there steps required after finishing detox?
There are “required” steps after detox. Level of care recommendations will vary for each client, but some form of aftercare is always prudent.
Are alcohol and drug detox patients placed into the same rooms, or separated?
We will try to accomodate roommates with similar issues.
How many detox facilities are on the grounds?
The detox facility has 16 beds. All bedrooms have two personal televisions with headphone, a private bathroom with a shower, and premium adjustable beds.
The detox process can be anywhere from 3-7 days
While you are in our detox center, we prefer that you concentrate on recovery. We will take care of the daily chores such as laundry and housekeeping. All meals are catered and there is always an assortment of snacks available on demand.
In many cases, doctor-prescribed medications can aid in ensuring your drug or alcohol detox is as safe, comfortable and effective as possible.
We do have an outdoor smoking area.