The first thing you have to go through in rehabilitation is the detoxification process. The process may take a couple of days to a week, depending on how dependent on these substances your body has become.
The detoxification process is determined by each individual situation. There are different protocols required, depending on the type and severity of the addiction.
We will discuss your specific situation and recommend the most appropriate detox method. Custom detox treatments are used to best treat each individual and accommodate the individual’s pet, as necessary. The basic detox treatments are:
You live in a home with 24-hour supervision. Medical treatment is available during specific times during the day. Individual, Group and Family counseling are available.
Hospitalization is utilized on a required basis. You will be monitored 24 hours a day, which supervision, doctors, and medication available.
Outpatient living is recommended when you have reached a level of autonomy that allows you to function on your own—with the help of counseling on an Individual, Group, or Family level.
After Care involves having a sober companion to help you adjust to your new life of involved behavior and choices.
Save A Life Executive Drug And Alcohol Treatment Center has detox centers where you will be undergoing the detox process in order to get rid of the drugs and alcohol in your system. Our centers are equipped with the necessary tools and equipment which can make the environment conducive to your goal of turning over a new leaf. With the availability of certain amenities and cleanliness of our facilities, you will feel free, not imprisoned. At the same time, our centers are manned by qualified and experienced doctors and nurses who will supervise your detoxification process.
We are happy that you have taken the initiative to let go of drug use or alcohol abuse. At Save A Life Executive Drug And Alcohol Treatment Center, we help you leave all of these behind. Contact us at 714-654-2325 to know how you can start your detoxification.