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Long-Lasting Sobriety Starts with Medical Detox
At Briarwood Detox, we help people end their physical dependence on addictive substances with individually-tailored drug and alcohol detox programs. Medical treatment for drug and alcohol detox is not only safer than quitting cold turkey on your own, but it also reduces your risk of relapse, ensures your comfort, and increases the likelihood that you will maintain long-lasting sobriety. With comfortable rooms, enhanced privacy options, and individual and group therapy, our detox programs lay the groundwork for a fresh start in recovery.
If you’re ready to get sober, you don’t have to do it on your own. We’re here to help. Our experienced medical and clinical staff will support you for as long as it takes to ensure that you’re stable and prepared to move on to the next phase in your journey to recovery.
What Makes Briarwood The Best Choice for Detox?
Physical & Emotional Freedom From Drugs & Alcohol
Our team of experts understand exactly what detoxification is like
Many of the doctors, nurses and medical professionals at our detox center are in recovery themselves. We’ll work with you and the addiction treatment center you choose to ensure you’re prepared to enter rehab. By focusing on your journey after detox, we’ll give you the best chance at a successful and lasting recovery.
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