Medically Supervised Detox
Ongoing substance abuse activates significant physical and chemical changes within the body and brain. Therefore, to begin recovery, it is necessary to remove all traces of drugs and alcohol. Medically supervised detoxification is the first step of the addiction treatment process.
A Comfortable Detox Experience
Many people resist treatment because they are concerned about the withdrawal symptoms which can occur during detoxification. Tremors, hallucinations, nausea, seizures, and disorientation may occur when a person attempts to stop using drugs or alcohol at home. Symptoms may range from uncomfortable to life-threatening for people who try to quit “cold turkey” without clinical intervention.
In a medically supervised setting, these symptoms can be negated through a combination of innovative pharmaceuticals. This results in a safe and comfortable detox experience for people addicted to barbiturates, benzodiazepines, or alcohol.
The Highest Quality of Care
The team at Recovery Without Walls is comprised of experts in the field of addiction treatment, including two MDs (medical doctors) and a dually licensed RN (registered nurse) and psychiatric-mental health nurse practitioner (PMHNP). With our level of clinical sophistication, we are able to treatment to the needs of each patient who walks through our doors.
We have partnered with care providers in the Marin County area who provide outstanding detox services. Concierge Nursing, Executive Home Detox, Olympia House, and Reflections are all available to provide support throughout detoxification. After you have completed their programs, you may begin your outpatient programming at Recovery Without Walls.
Take the First Step
Detox is the beginning of the recovery process. Thanks to cutting-edge medications and effective clinical intervention, medically supervised detoxification is safe, affordable, and comfortable for those who need to get well.
At Recovery Without Walls, we provide connections to medically supervised detox services for those who have developed a chemical dependency. Our outpatient programs are specialized for dual diagnosis, chronic pain, and mental health concerns. For more information about our Marin County detox services, please contact our Admissions staff today.