Best Delray Beach Detox Center
The Source Treatment Center in Fort Lauderdale, FL provides unparalleled addiction treatment and support to everyone who walks through their doors. They have made it their mission to connect each person who contacts them for help to the services and treatment they need, and if they are unable to do so they will connect you with one of their trusted providers. While The Source excels in addiction treatment, it does not provide detox services, however, they work with a small network of alcohol and drug detox facilities that have been vetted and meet their strict code of ethics that they can refer you to. These facilities work with both in-network and out of network insurance plans so truly no one is left without access to potentially lifesaving treatment!
Medical Detox for Alcohol and Drug Addiction
When stopping the use of drugs or alcohol, withdrawal symptoms may occur and they can range in severity from mild to severe. For many people, attending a medical detox facility is the safest and most comfortable approach to detox. Medical detox involves being monitored by licensed clinicians who will ensure your vitals are stable and can provide medications to make the process more comfortable for you. This is known as Medication Assisted Treatment, or MAT for short, and it helps with alleviating discomfort often associated with withdrawal while also providing counseling and behavioral therapies. This holistic approach to treatment addresses all areas of concern and allows healing to begin. Examples of medication that may be used in MAT include Naltrexone, Methadone, and Buprenophine, all of which work to block the effects of drugs and curb your cravings for them. Combining medications that reduce cravings with intense counseling provides patients the opportunity to start processing traumas before starting treatment and usually more success in recovery.
Why Medical Detox is Recommended Over At Home Detox
For most people, medical detox is advised because withdrawal symptoms can quickly escalate in intensity and if you are somewhere that can provide comfort measures, you will be more likely to ride out the discomfort and have a successful detox. Medical detox is the first step in addiction treatment because it allows drugs and alcohol to safely exit your body to get you ready to address the mental components of addiction.
How to Find the Best Delray Beach Detox
The Source makes finding the best Delray Beach Drug Detox simple! The Detox centers that The Source has chosen to work with have been toured by employees of the Source and they have met with the staff at the Detox center to ensure it meets their standards. Additionally, the facility must offer group therapies, access to individual therapists, a holistic approach to treatment, and they must not overmedicate patients. Drug and Alcohol Detox facilities chosen to work with The Source must also align with the values of The Source, such as, treating everyone like family and never overselling or lying to patients. The Source requires complete transparency from the centers they work with and have a working understanding that staff can come visit patients should they ever feel uncomfortable with the care they are receiving. The Source requires compliance on these matters to ensure that clients are receiving the same excellent level of care they will receive when they move to their facility.
What Happens After Detox?
After detox, The Source will coordinate your transportation to their facility. Once there you will have a medical and psychosocial assessment with their intake team and determine what level of care you need. Whether you need inpatient, outpatient, or intensive outpatient care, treatment at The Source consists of a variety of different therapies, individual therapies, trauma therapies, and peer mentorship. The Source believes in addressing the root cause of addiction and helping clients heal from trauma while addressing the addiction, so that holistic healing can begin. For more information on detox or how The Source can help you get the process started, please call (800) 204-0418 or visit them online at www.thesourcetreatmentcenter.com.