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Medically Monitored Withdrawal Management

Detox from drugs and alcohol isn’t an easy process, but the results are life changing. Detoxification rids the body of harmful drugs and substances while helping to manage withdrawal symptoms, all so you can make a fresh start. Detox is considered the first step in the road to recovery. Our compassionate staff is there for you each step of the way, so you are not in this alone.

Neil Kennedy Recovery Centers provides drug and alcohol detox for individuals suffering from substance abuse. The purpose of drug and alcohol detox is to safely manage patients’ withdrawal symptoms in a comfortable, medically-supervised environment. The detoxification process typically spans 4 to 7 days, depending on individual medical conditions.

We are proud to offer a full range of residential programs including individual, group and family care. To learn more about the drug and alcohol treatment available, contact Neil Kennedy Recovery Centers today. Our team of experts will provide you with guidance to receive the treatment needed for your specific addiction.

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Medically Monitored Withdrawal Program

It is painful and challenging to stop using “cold turkey,” rather than tapering off of them. In order to safely wean off of drugs and opioids, our clinicians employ the use of FDA approved prescription medications. Buprenorphine and naltrexone are the medications we use to help patients detox with manageable side effects and withdrawal symptoms. 

We understand how difficult the withdrawal process can be, which is why our clinicians stay with patients every step of the way through the initial detox process. In addition to the use of medications, we incorporate counseling and psychotherapy services to help work on the emotional and spiritual issues behind substance abuse. When you are undergoing medically-monitored withdrawal at Neil Kennedy Recovery Centers, we will help you determine which medication and what type of therapy is best suited for your individual needs.

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Psychosocial Counseling  

Our drug rehab and treatment programs provide not only medical attention, but also emotional support to patients. Our approach focuses on early recovery and self-awareness skills to overcome drug and alcohol dependency, while also giving patients a new sense of purpose in their lives. Neil Kennedy's inpatient drug rehab and treatment program helps patients reshape their lives by coming away with a deep understanding that addiction is a disease and they are not alone in this fight. Our team of recovery specialists treat both male and female patients.

We provide individual, family and group counseling, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and twelve-step facilitation. Recovery must include behavioral and psychosocial therapies such as these in order to be successful over the long-term. Put your ‘medical detox center near me’ searches online to rest and give us a call today. We are happy to help you determine which of our programs is best for your current needs.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the signs and symptoms of opioid withdrawal?

Opioid withdrawal symptoms typically include the following:

  • Rapid heartbeat
  • Muscle aches
  • Restlessness
  • Anxiety
  • Sweating
  • Excessive yawning
  • Insomnia
  • Tearing
  • Diarrhea
  • Abdominal cramping
  • Nausea/vomiting
  • Dilated pupils

Is addiction considered a national health crisis?

Yes. The opioid crisis in the United States has been declared a national emergency, with the CDC estimating that 130 people die everyday from opioid-related overdoses. 

How long does it take to detox?

This depends on the individual patient, which drugs they are addicted to and in what amounts, and whether or not they have any health conditions. However, generally speaking, it takes 4 to 7 days for the detoxification process to be complete. 

When do opioid withdrawal symptoms typically begin?

For those addicted to opioid painkillers, withdrawal symptoms typically occur within 6 to 12 hours after their last dose.