Medical Detox Treatment
When the drugs or alcohol are finally all out of your system, then the true work of recovery begins. But you must get through this step first.
The very first step to having any hope of beating addiction is to get all of the substances and toxins out of a person’s body. This is typically a 5- to 10-day process, sometimes longer.
If you are dependent on any type of addictive substance, your body will start to go through withdrawal once you abstain from that substance. Physical and mental symptoms will emerge, and acute withdrawal will likely be arduous. Thankfully, professional care during this time will keep you keep you stable and relatively comfortable during this multi-day period.
Substances that typically require detox treatment include:
- Illegal stimulants (cocaine, methamphetamine, ecstasy, etc.)
- Illicit painkillers (heroin, some types of fentanyl)
- Prescription drugs (painkillers, amphetamines, sedatives, antidepressants and more)
Vita Nova’s medical professionals will keep close watch over you as you go through acute withdrawal. Our team will provide supplements, nutrient-packed meals and additional care and support during this time.
Additionally, we can even administer certain prescription medications if we deem it necessary to help you overcome acute withdrawal. These medications will be dispensed carefully and on a taper schedule (to avoid inducing a replacement addiction).
The types of medications we may prescribe during detox differ by the substance you used, but examples include:
- Methadone or Suboxone (for opioid withdrawal)
- Antabuse or Campral (for alcohol withdrawal)
- Hydroxyzine or lorazepam (for anxiety symptoms)
- Vivitrol (to fight drug or alcohol cravings)
- Ambien (to aid with sleep)
- Diazepam (to treat possible seizures)
- Clonidine (for blood pressure)
Intake and Treatment Planning
When you’re first admitted to Vita Nova at Newport Bay, our team will do a thorough intake assessment in order to craft an individualized treatment plan. This plan will include details on how we will approach your detox treatment (the length, medications needed, etc.), which will be your first step to recovery within our long-term program.
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Inpatient Residential Addiction Care
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After completing detox, you will be fully integrated into our residential program. You will get to enjoy the high-end amenities of our facility, and you will partake in group and individual therapy, which helps you examine your life to this point and plan for a different future. You will also learn skills that will stay with you long after graduating our program; these skills will help you prevent relapse, including warding off triggers and cravings.
Thanks to our proximity to the ocean, our program periodically allows you to enjoy the beach and several other local sights and amenities. It’s no accident that many rehab facilities are located near large bodies of water: The tranquil atmosphere promotes inner peace, healing and a renewed outlook on life.
Privacy and Exclusivity
With only a maximum of 6 clients at one time, our facility affords a high level of privacy on top of the luxury and comfort you will experience. We want your stay here to last several weeks – as long as your insurance will cover. Yes, we do take insurance. Many luxury rehabs can’t say the same, but we are committed to providing several payment options to help you secure your spot in our program.
Dual Diagnosis Care Available
And, last but not least, our treatment professionals are trained to offer dual diagnosis care, if any client so needs it. This means if you are struggling with a mental health disorder like depression or anxiety, or any other psychiatric condition, then our team will craft your treatment plan to provide extra care for your mental condition and the symptoms it presents.
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