Many people continue to drink for years just to avoid withdrawal symptoms. Breaking that kind of pattern is NOT easy. If you’re afraid of withdrawal symptoms (or a loved one is), it’s completely natural. We can help.
Support Systems Homes provides medically supervised detoxification services in a residential, non-hospital setting. The detoxification period is crucial, especially for those that have been drinking heavily for a long time.
Do not detox from alcohol on your own. It’s very dangerous…especially if you’re alone. You could suffer a bad reaction, or injure yourself.
At the same time, don’t consider detox the same as an intervention. They’re not the same thing! Never Bringing someone to a detox center as the way to tell them they have a problem can trigger an angry reaction.
Instead, call a detox center. We help stabilize your detox process safely, under supervision, with medical professionals on hand if needed. No risk to your safety.
Detox is the first step in a lasting addiction recovery. It’s often seen as the hardest step…and in many cases that’s true. Which is why we pay special attention to our treatment center’s environment.
Our goal is to provide a safe and comfortable environment for those going through the detoxification process. Highly qualified, trained staff help support every client through the often-frightening prospect of detoxing. Many of our staff have been through similar situations, giving them a unique perspective and ability to guide clients with compassion.
Each client is paired with a credentialed counselor to:
You’ll work with the counselor to develop an individualized treatment plan that support long-term recovery. Our clients also learn about identifying “triggers" for drinking and using other drugs, and how to cope with them in a healthy way. Instead of returning to substance abuse.
As soon as detox clients feel ready, they may participate in our educational groups, individual counseling sessions, and group counseling sessions.
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