We utilize a number of different approaches during detox including medication assisted detox and other therapeutic modalities. By providing 24-hour care and medical supervision, we are able to provide the safest detox program possible.
By providing 24-hour care and medical supervision, we are able to provide the safest detox program possible.
Detox Saves Lives & Builds Strength
Everyone goes through detoxification—whether they have the support of trained medical professionals or not. The important thing is that you don’t risk your physical safety or mental well-being while withdrawing from drugs or alcohol. The risks and dangers of at-home detox are countless and sometimes fatal. Medically supervised detox helps people recuperate faster, more safely, and it prepares them for a lifetime of stable recovery.
The first stage of drug detox is the evaluation stage. This involves determining what substances the individual has consumed, identifying any potential mental health concerns, discuss any existing medical conditions, and developing a strategy for detox and long-term treatment.
Stabilization is the longest phase of detox. During this time, the caregivers will help the client acclimate to the detox process, provide continuous monitoring, and treat any symptoms that present. The goal is to keep the client as healthy as possible until withdrawal symptoms have subsided.
The purpose of the third stage of detox is to establish a long-term plan that works well to allow the client to continue working on their recovery, developing skills for relapse prevention, and to be able to acclimate back into their day-to-day life. This may involve any number of options from long-term residential treatment to outpatient treatment.
Drug and alcohol detox breaks the bonds of addiction. Addiction can be deeply engrained on the brain and body, changing how one thinks and causing cravings as well as other withdrawal symptoms when they stop using. Even when you want to quit, physical and mental symptoms can make addiction difficult to overcome without medical help.
The side effects of quitting a drug or stopping drinking are called withdrawal symptoms. They can range from mild confusion to severe health complication and life-threatening seizures. During withdrawal, it becomes difficult to make decisions, cravings ramp up, and even hallucinations can appear. That’s why people must take precautions when they desire to heal their addiction and turn toward a healthier lifestyle by quitting drugs or alcohol in a detox facility.
Detox centers are designed to comfort patients. They minimize health risks and subdue cravings with medical methods shown by science to be effective. Using around-the-clock care, detoxing patients experience relief and return to life beyond the bonds of addiction safely. The Haven Detox is a personalized detox and residential facility with a specialized staff and luxury amenities. We ensure each patient receives compassionate, custom care fit for their unique situation, preparing them to confidently enter the next chapter of their renewed life.
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Substances That Require Detox
Alcohol is one of the most dangerous drugs to detox from without medical supervision. It leads to extremely dangerous, uncomfortable symptoms of withdrawal like
Opiates like heroin and fentanyl can stir intense cravings and deeply unpleasant and risky withdrawal symptoms. When you stop taking opioids or opiates, you’re likely to
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I get admitted
Individuals can easily arrange admission into our rehab facility by contacting one of our Admissions Counselors at (561) 328-8627. The team at The Haven Detox can assist with insurance verification and answer any payment questions patients may have. A pre-admission screening over the phone will be required before admission to the facility. The Haven can also facilitate same-day admissions as needed.
What are your private pay rates?
Rates at The Haven Detox are dependent on the needs of the individual being admitted as well as the medical severity. Our team in West Palm Beach can work with individuals seeking treatment at competitive private pay rates. You can contact the Admissions Department at (561) 328-8627 for more options.
How do i prepare for rehab?
Watching a loved one battle addiction can be a hopeless feeling when you are not sure how to handle the situation. Individuals with an alcohol or drug addiction often are not aware of or will not admit to their problem. If you have tried speaking to your loved one about their addiction to no avail, it may be time to consider an intervention. Our experienced team at the Haven can help family members set up an intervention and provide effective treatment options.