Florida Drug and Alcohol Detox Center
For many, the process of recovery begins at Just Believe Florida Detox Center. Withdrawing from drugs and alcohol can be extremely unpleasant, as well as potentially fatal. Experiencing the onset or withdrawals symptoms is one of the most common reasons why people relapse.
The detox process may take several days depending on the patient’s physical health, the substance of abuse, and the duration and severity of the addiction. Throughout the client’s stay, we aim to provide the highest level of mental and physical care.
- 24 hour medical supervision
- Medication management for withdrawal syndrome if needed
- Individual and group therapy
- Nutritional assessment and guidance
- Holistic treatment options such as: yoga, reiki, meditation, and more
The time of admission varies, depending upon:
- The substance of use
- The amount of use
- The frequency of use
- Duration of the addiction
- Overall health of the individual.
A typical stay at a facility will last for between five and 10 days, and is also dependent upon the above factors.
During a client’s stay at the detox facility, his or her progress will be constantly monitored by experienced medical personnel.
We provide a comfortable, serene environment where our clients can feel safe and secure as they start the healing process by ridding themselves of the influence of drugs and alcohol.
Comfort measures are offered, as needed, including medications, to treat the symptoms of withdrawal.
The detox process is performed by addiction treatment professionals and is intended to be as relaxing and stress-free as possible. For the safety and well-being of all clients, it is important for a client to go through the detox process before being admitted into Just Believe Recovery Center.
We ensure proper medical and personal care of each client before admission into our drug and alcohol treatment center. We arrange a smooth discharge from detox programs into our residential treatment program. Transportation will be provided upon discharge from the detox center.
Upon admission to our inpatient treatment program, clients are examined by a medical doctor and a psychiatrist to ensure they are ready for treatment During this time, our staff develops an individualized treatment plan. This plan is comprehensive, and includes all client health, mental health, and family information as pertinent to long-term treatment of addiction.
Detox is the first and most critical portion of recovery from substance addiction. It is the time in which the person’s health is most at risk, and the chances of relapse and severe depression, anxiety, and suicidal thoughts may occur.
In general, medically-assisted is safer and more comfortable for the client. In addition, transfer to an inpatient treatment center is easier. more efficient, and allows staff to more fully understand the scope and nature of the client’s addiction and needed treatment program.
Many Detox Programs Available
There are many mind-altering substances that are highly addictive. When we talk about substance abuse and addiction, many people most readily associate cocaine, alcohol, and prescription painkillers; however, heroin is one of the most widely-abused of all chemical intoxicants.
Fentanyl is currently the most powerful opioid substance available, estimated at approximately 100 times more powerful than morphine and roughly 10 times more powerful than heroin. Even used on its own, recreational fentanyl use is often lethal. The likelihood of overdosing is even more likely among individuals who often don’t realize that the heroin they’re dosing has been laced with the powerful opioid. For this reason, widespread fentanyl use frequently coincides with overdose outbreaks.
Like most other mind-altering substances, benzodiazepines — or “benzos” for short — are prone to abuse and highly addictive. Functioning very similar to alcohol in the way that they elevate GABA in the brain, benzodiazepines cause a form of intoxication that’s comparable to alcoholic intoxication when they’re abused. As well, alcohol and benzodiazepines are also similar in the fact that abruptly ceasing the use of the substance after having been addicted for a period of time can be quite dangerous. Not only does a person addicted to benzodiazepines risk withdrawal symptoms, the abrupt cessation of benzodiazepines can actually be fatal, which is why individuals who are addicted to benzodiazepines are often discouraged from attempting to detox from benzodiazepines on their own.
Ultimately, the goal of our methadone detox is to ensure that you’re prepared for the treatment phase of recovery by helping you to work through your physical addiction to methadone. By the completion of the methadone detox, you’ll no longer be physically addicted to methadone, meaning that the risk of withdrawal symptoms will be slim and you’ll be able to focus on treatment once you proceed into your treatment program.