in scottsdale, AZ
Minimize withdrawal symptoms &
be physically stable to start therapy
The purpose of drug detox is to address the physical side of an addiction/dependence. It prepares patients to address the psychological aspects of their addiction, as part of a comprehensive addiction rehab program.
Getting and staying sober is very challenging, but with the right support network and tools, it’s completely attainable.
Why is Detox necessary?
Drug detox is a crucial first step in addiction treatment. It’s the process by which drugs are removed from the body, to ensure that we’re physically stable and ready to start therapy.
After using or abusing drugs for an extended period of time, our body and brain become accustomed to having a certain level those drugs present. We function normally when they are in our system, and we feel out of balance (sick) when they are decreased or removed.
The purpose of detox is to completely cleanse our body of drugs and their toxins, so that we can return to functioning normally without them. Once we’re physically stable, can we move on to the next step – addressing the psychological aspect of our addiction in a rehabilitation program.
As our body tries to readjust to functioning without drugs, we can experience a number of unpleasant physical and emotional side effects referred to as drug withdrawal.
Choose a drug type to see symptoms and timelines
Heroin Withdrawal Timeline
Professional care from a specialized drug detox facility is highly recommended as withdrawal can be extremely dangerous.
Medically-Monitored Detox programs
Both the type of detox program and the level of intensity needed for effective drug withdrawal management will depend on the severity of the addiction. However, most professional medically-monitored detox programs will include:
DRUG REHAB PROGRAM
Once detox is complete, you’ll transition into our Drug Rehab program. We take a holistic approach to rehabilitation, helping you to strengthen your mind, body, and spirit with a well-rounded balance of evidence-based treatments.
Your Insurance provider may Cover 100% of treatment
Call us to verify if your Insurance Provider will cover your treatment