Alcohol Detox Centers in PennsylvaniaIf you live in Pennsylvania and have been struggling with alcohol overuse and think you need help finding alcohol detox centers we can help. Detoxing from alcohol is usually the first step in controlling alcoholism. Alcohol detox typically consists of a medically supervised process by which all traces of alcohol and drugs are removed from the body. This will ensure that the person is physically stable and ready to start therapy to overcome their addiction. The person’s vital signs and pain are monitored to make sure the detox process is not only safe medically but also as pain-free as possible. Some detox centers offer education and support on how to treat alcoholism while in detox. Having a detox is not always a part of addiction treatment, but is often expected when entering rehab. If you feel that you have a problem with alcohol but are not sure if the symptoms you are experiencing are directly related to alcohol abuse call now to speak with an alcohol treatment specialist.
Symptoms of Alcohol Dependancy
Not all people with an alcohol dependency problem will experience all of these symptoms. Depending on your body and the severity of the alcohol problem can have an effect on which of these symptoms you or someone you love is experiencing. Alcohol dependency can have severe side effects if stopped abruptly without medical supervision. Once you have developed a physical alcohol dependence you may experience some or all of the symptoms listed below.
*If you are unsure if you have an alcohol addiction please take our free “Am I an Alcoholic?” test. This test is not intended to diagnose or prevent addiction but is only a free online tool to help provide more information to you.
Where can I find an alcohol detox center in Pennsylvania?
Locating a detox center can be a difficult process to undertake on your own. The state of Pennsylvania has over 25 detox centers. Some of these programs will be state-funded programs with detox centers included. Some will be located in a more private setting, accepting health insurance and private pay. Detox clinics in Pennsylvania can have different ways they deliver their services. This alone can create difficulty in making the right choice of detox center for your needs. Most detox services will take place in a hospital inpatient setting, while other detox centers will offer partial hospitalization detox services only. Most alcohol detoxes are conducted in a hospital-like setting. Some detoxification programs offer an outpatient service if the staff deems that you are medically cleared to enter into this type of detox procedure. There are different withdrawal procedures to handle drug addiction and different procedures for an alcohol withdrawal program. Sometimes alcohol dependencies can be severe and life-threatening if not medically supervised in a hospital-type setting.
Alcohol dependence is not to be taken lightly. There are severe side effects that can ensue once the intake of alcohol is either slowed down or even stopped abruptly. Always seek medical help and advice so you do not endanger either your life or the life of someone you love. Detoxification is the first step in the recovery process and is in no way, a real substitute for the treatment of an alcohol dependency. Once you have finished a detox program, following up with treatment for alcohol abuse will offer the best chances of life-long recovery from alcohol addiction. It is sometimes beneficial for the client to go to treatment further away from home. Getting away from temptations and friends who may still be using is often better for many people. Clients who go to rehab in another state also have a harder time leaving treatment early as well. Depending on the situation, our counselors may suggest looking for substance abuse programs that are a plane flight away.
Alcohol addiction and abuse can quickly become a family disease, affecting many areas of an individual’s life. For some people, it can take family and loved ones to get together and hold an intervention for the individual to realize that they may have a problem that needs to be handled with a treatment program of some sort. For more information on Interventions, click HERE
For some to get help it may take getting a ticket or going to jail for driving under the influence and the possibility of their lives being complicated with legal troubles to get help for alcohol abuse. This can have, not only, a financial burden but can lead to criminal offenses that will follow you throughout your entire life. DWI and DUI deferment programs can help a person regain their status as a driver and also help clean a driving record up to seek not only employment but also lower insurance premiums in Pennsylvania.
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Addiction No More ® does not personally do the screening of the detox centers listed below and in no way are the listings we have provided an endorsement of any type. We are only here to educate you as to the different types of detox centers that are available in Pennsylvania. If you would like further information please feel free to call our free, 24-hour helpline. We have listed a few of the programs that we know will be able to handle alcohol detoxification in a medical setting below.
Treatment Trends Inc Confront Program
1130 Walnut Street
Allentown, PA 18102
Butler Regional Recovery Program Outpatient Butler Memorial Hospital
911 East Brady Street
Butler, PA 16001
UHS Keystone Center
2001 Providence Avenue
Chester, PA 19013
Dept of Veterans Affairs Medical Center Substance Abuse Treatment Unit
1400 Black Horse Hill Road
Coatesville, PA 19320
100 Eagleville Road
Eagleville, PA 19408
Choices A Division of Behavioral Health of Wyoming Valley
562 Wyoming Avenue
Kingston, PA 18704
Rehab After Work SAA
1107 East Main Street
Lansdale, PA 19446
Stepping Stones Unit at Meadville Medical Center
1034 Grove Street
Meadville, PA 16335
Valley Forge Medical Center and Hospital
1033 West Germantown Pike
Norristown, PA 19403
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Erik Epp – Content Author