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Medical detox is the process in which a person’s physical withdrawal symptoms are safely managed and treated in a medical setting. Medically-assisted detox programs are facilitated by doctors and nurses who regularly monitor clients and modify detox protocol as needed.
Many people who are addicted need to detox before they can start a rehab program. If you have a severe addiction or would risk your personal health or comfort trying to detox on your own, a medical detox program may be right for you. We can help determine your need for detox with an assessment.
Medical detox is a highly effective way to get sober. Since treatment is provided in a secure and substance-free environment, relapse is much less likely than detoxing on your own at home. Staff also provide one-on-one support and bridge the transition into rehab, which increases the likelihood of long-term sobriety. Read more about the benefits of inpatient detox on our blog.
The duration of your drug detox program will vary based on your individual circumstances. Most of our clients spend 5-7 days at Briarwood, but because our programs are so individualized, this timeframe may vary. Once we complete your personal assessment, we will be able to give you a more exact timeline for your detox. For more information, read our blog: How Long Does Drug Detox and Withdrawal Last?
Upon completion of your detox program, we will provide you with a professional recommendation for ongoing addiction treatment based on the details provided by your multidisciplinary treatment team. This may include inpatient residential rehab or outpatient addiction treatment. Read more about what happens after detox here.
Our staff may be able to provide intervention assistance or we will connect you with a professional interventionist who can help. We match our clients with professional interventionists based on their personal circumstances and financial ability. Learn more about interventions here.
There are several things you can do to prepare for medical detox at a detox center, such as speaking with your employer, making arrangements for child or pet care, and preparing for transportation to and from the detox center. Read our guide on How to Prepare for Detox and review our packing list for detox for more details.
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Payment and Insuranceinsurance providers in the United States. If you would like to verify your insurance benefits or get more information about your out-of-pocket costs, please contact our admissions team today. It’s fast, free, and completely confidential. You may also read our guide on How to Get Insurance to Pay for Drug Detox for more details. Employee Assistance Program (EAP). Please contact your employer’s Human Resources department to learn about your options. Once you have verified your benefits, our admissions team will be happy to explore that payment option with you. Alternative options may include private healthcare loans, HSA funds, crowdfunding, or credit cards.
Treatment at Briarwoodwithdrawal from drugs and alcohol. family support and involvement throughout all stages of addiction treatment. group therapy. Briarwood also offers music therapy, art therapy, and H&I meetings. Executive Detox program at our Houston location. This program provides enhanced privacy options and deluxe amenities like a private room, access to a personal cell phone and computer, and a king size bed.
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