A critical part of the recovery process that is often overlooked and not considered is detox. While it’s essential that you focus on working through the different factors of your addiction, you won’t be able to take these steps until you remove the influence of alcohol from your mind and body. The safest and healthiest way to do that is to go through a detox process with a team of professionals that will monitor you around the clock. 

One of the reasons why The Source Treatment Center is such a trusted name in the industry is due to the fact that we have made a commitment to partner with numerous detox centers throughout the country to provide you with the immediate care that you need during this time in your recovery. Our team works quickly to provide you with the urgent assistance so that you’re never put into a position of potential danger.

If you or a loved one are struggling with addiction, call The Source today.  Our treatment specialists are available 24/7 to discuss your options and help you find the perfect solution (800) 204-0418.

What is Alcohol Detox Like?

In many ways, alcohol detox will be the hardest days of your life because you will feel physically and psychologically unwell. However, when you work with a professional team of addiction specialists, you have the comfort of knowing that you will continuously be surrounded by individuals who will closely monitor your symptoms to ensure that you’re never put in a potentially fatal position.

How Long Does Alcohol Detox Last?

On average, alcohol detox will last approximately seven days. You will begin to experience the height of your withdrawal symptoms anywhere between the first and the third day of your time in alcohol detox. Due to how quickly your symptoms can come on, we recommend that you reach out to us as soon as you make the decision to work through your addiction so that we can begin to help you plan for your detox plans immediately. Once you get toward the end of your time in detox, you can begin to plan for a longer recovery plan. 

What to Expect During Alcohol Detox 

One of the dangerous aspects of alcohol detox is that it’s completely unpredictable to determine the types of withdrawal symptoms you may experience during this stretch of your recovery. It’s possible that you may experience a set of symptoms that are more mild and another client may experience something more severe or visa versa. This is the leading reason why we never recommend that you attempt to go through the detox process alone. 

What Happens After Alcohol Detox? 

After you complete your detox program, you will be in a better frame of mind to be able to plan for your time in treatment. There are several important decisions that you will need to make when it comes to determining the best course of action for you when it comes to your recovery. First and foremost, you will need to decide which type of treatment program you would like to commit to. In many cases, if you had to first work through a detox program, we will recommend that you seriously consider working through our partial PHP rehab in Indianapolis

A partial hospitalization program gives you the unique opportunity to focus on your health and your sobriety by providing you with a home away from home type of environment. You will live in one of our beautiful single family residences which is within close proximity to the Fort Lauderdale beach. You will have the peace of mind of knowing that you will have around the clock access to our team when you need them as well as knowing that you will have a safe atmosphere to live in as you continue to work on your sobriety. 

We recognize that our clients come from all walks of life. Therefore, if you’re unable to take advantage of our partial hospitalization program for one reason or another, you can always opt to work through one of our outpatient programs. An outpatient program is an excellent choice if you have important responsibilities in your life that you need to see to. For instance, many of our clients must work to support themselves or their family. However, they now see that they will put their job or their well-being in jeopardy if they continue down their path of addiction. We will work closely with you to develop a recovery program that will help you to address your issues with addiction without feeling as though you need to choose between your own well-being or your sobriety. 

Another decision that you will need to make is the length of your treatment plan. Some clients choose to begin their recovery with a 30 day program because they feel uncertain or nervous about the process. There are many other clients, however, that decide to commit to a longer 60 or 90-day program. Keep in mind that you can always extend your treatment program at any time. Another option is that if you begin your recovery in a partial hospitalization program, you can transition into an outpatient program once you are done. 

The bulk of your time in a partial hospitalization program or an outpatient program will be spent focusing on overcoming the types of traumas that you may have sustained that led you toward addiction. This is primarily done through taking part in different types of therapies. Trauma-based therapy, individual therapy, behavioral therapy and group therapy are all types of counseling that you can expect to experience during this time in your treatment.  

Whether you’re interested in learning more about our alcohol detox options for residents of Indianapolis or you’re ready to make the commitment to come to our facility for treatment, you can rest assured that The Source Treatment Center team will always be available to assist you with this process. We take our clients through a comprehensive intake process which will help us to learn more about you and the struggles that you have had with addiction as well as aid us in determining the best way that we can help you. Please give us a call today at (800) 204-0418 for more information about our treatment options. 

If you or a loved one are struggling with addiction, call The Source today.  Our treatment specialists are available 24/7 to discuss your options and help you find the perfect solution (800) 204-0418.