Drug and Alcohol Detoxification has long been accepted as an essential, although often difficult, first step towards recovery from addiction. In the absence of professional medical assistance, most will fail in an attempt to free themselves from the grip of drug and/or alcohol addiction. Successful detoxification is essential before long-term recovery can begin.
Detox is not a “cure” for addiction. Detoxification is the first step in a process that is necessary to engage oneself in rehabilitation. Designed to reduce withdrawal symptoms for individuals dependent on Heroin, Methadone, Oxycontin, Opium, Percocet / Percodan, or Codeine, anesthesia-assisted opiate detoxification allows for engagement in a variety of aftercare programs aimed at placing drug addiction into remission. Give us a call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and we can help you locate a rapid detox center near you today.
Purpose of Rapid Detox
The purpose of Rapid Detox is simple, to reduce, minimize, or eliminate altogether, the signs and symptoms associated with opiate withdrawal. This decreases the chances of relapse and increases the likely hood of a full recovery. Rapid Detox is not intended to replace a fully comprehensive treatment and recovery program. It is simply “a ‘procedure’ designed to help an individual tolerate the withdrawal symptoms from opiates with much greater comfort.”
“Anesthesia Assisted Opiate Detoxification” is the first step, representing only the beginning of a long process of healing and recovery. Once an individual is ‘clean’ of opiates, it is always recommended they make some form of counseling their next step in the recovery process. Aftercare is a paramount component of the recovery process! We can help you set up your detox and recovery today.
Finding A Detox Center Near You
Let Addiction No More’s Drug Prevention and Rehabilitation counselors assist you in locating a detox center near you, that utilizes our exclusive rapid detox procedure to remove the root causes of future physical drug re-stimulation. Give us a call now.