Heaven Detox Programs

DETOX PROGRAMS 

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Drug detox is the first step in the recovery process and living a sober life. After the actual medical process of detoxification, most enter a treatment program where skills, self-awareness and knowledge are gained to continue to live a substance-free life. Detoxification focuses on ridding the body of the drug of choice and treating the withdrawal symptoms as they appear.

At The Haven Detox, we offer medically supervised detoxification. Depending on the substance, there are a variety of medications administered to safely and comfortably step the client down from their addiction. The traditional medical treatment is complemented with a holistic component of diet, nutritional supplementation, and chiropractic therapy.

We understand that addiction is psychological and physical. During and after detox, our staff therapist works with clients to start psychotherapeutic treatment as well as beginning to identify the underlying reasons for the addiction. Our team works to develop a plan and offers next treatment steps and options after detox.

The Haven’s Alcohol Detox Program

ALCOHOL DETOX PROGRAM 

Our alcohol detox program offers a safe and comfortable environment for individuals suffering from alcohol dependency to recover in a tranquil, drug free setting. Alcohol detoxification is an essential first step, a supervised period of cessation of alcohol intake for effective treatment and management of alcohol addiction.

The Haven’s Barbiturates Detox Program

Barbiturates Detox Program 

Barbiturate detoxification is necessary for anyone who has become addicted to any type of barbiturates, or “downers”. Barbiturates are one of the oldest forms of abused drugs, and patients can become addicted to their doctor-prescribed medications without even realizing it. When used in the medical field, they’re effective sedatives, hypnotics, anesthetics and anticonvulsants. When used incorrectly and irresponsibly, they can cause a multitude of health problems including blood problems and liver disease.

The Haven’s Bath Salts Detox Program

Bath Salts Detox Program 

The treatment of bath salts intoxication involves providing intensive medical monitoring and attention to address the specific symptoms of the individual. It also often involves using medication to alleviate the agitation and other emotional symptoms of intoxication. The primary goals for the treatment of bath salts addiction are abstinence, relapse prevention, and rehabilitation.

Benzodiazepine Detoxification

Benzodiazepine Detoxification 

Benzodiazepine detoxification treats dependence on benzodiazepines, which are a group of sedatives used for a variety of medical symptoms such as anxiety disorders, muscle spasms, insomnia, seizures, and alcohol withdrawal syndrome. Popular benzodiazepines are Xanax, Valium, and Ativan. They act on the central nervous system, producing almost immediate effects of sedation and muscle relaxation, lower anxiety levels and can be prescribed for short-term, intermittent use.

Physical dependence has been reported with as little as one month of use, and can cause addiction faster than any other substance. Detoxing from benzodiazepines without medical supervision can be extremely dangerous. Although not every addict faces life-threatening circumstances, precautions should be taken. The Haven Detox provides comfort, safety and education while working with recommended doctors to achieve the best results for each patient.

The Haven’s Cocaine Detox Program

Cocaine Detox Program 

Cocaine, one of the most addictive and harmful drugs. Cocaine abuse is at an all-time high in the United States and people are seeking help to stop the abuse of Cocaine.

Cocaine is a highly addictive, potent drug that offers a powerful, intense high. Many who use cocaine recreationally become chemically dependent, with long-term and life threatening consequences. Even occasional users run the risk of sudden death with cocaine use. The high achieved from cocaine is short lived, causing a state of depression and exhaustion after. This typically results in a binge and crash pattern, where individuals will continue to abuse the drug to avoid the negative consequences. Although cocaine dependence is a challenging addiction to overcome, with proper treatment, recovery is possible.

Detox From Flakka

Flakka Detox 

Flakka is a designer drug using a core component found in other drugs known as “bath salts”. It provides the user with increased energy and a sense of euphoria, similar to that of meth or other amphetamine-based drugs. Flakka is typically found in a white and chalky-colored “rock” form or crystalized. It can be snorted, swallowed, injected or smoked, making it extremely versatile. The most concerning part is that it can even be vaporized using electronic cigarettes, allowing it to be used completely in public with no one the wiser. The difficult part is controlling its wide array of disturbing side effects.

Heroin Detox Program

Heroin Detox  

A very large portion of our patients here at The Haven Detox arrive with serious addictions to heroin. Some smoke it, others snort it, but the vast majority abuse heroin by way of intravenous injection. They come to The Haven Detox in West Palm Beach, as opposed to typical drug rehab style detox settings, because they understand that experiencing a higher success rate here will mean a greater likelihood for achieving long-term success in sobriety. In addition, they are drawn to our in-depth process which, goes far beyond traditional medical detox and also incorporates supplementary services that further support the overall heroin addiction detoxification process.

Methadone Detox

Methadone Detox 

Methadone has been used in the United States since 1947 as an effective maintenance treatment for opioid addiction. The reason for needing a methadone detox program is that like other opioid medications, tolerance and dependence can develop with repeated and prolonged use. Methadone is a synthetic opioid used medically as an analgesic, anti-addictive and reductive preparation for individuals with opioid dependency, as well as a pain reliever. It works by stabilizing patients and can block the euphoric effects of heroin, morphine, and similar drugs. Properly medicated methadone patients can reduce or stop altogether their use of these substances, but it has not always functioned to curb addiction so much as to re direct it and maintain dependency on a substitute medication.

Methamphetamine Detoxification

Methamphetamine Detoxification  

Crystal meth is classified as an amphetamine, an extremely addictive central nervous system stimulant requiring meth detox to safely treat addiction. Addiction to methamphetamine is so destructive that many chronic users risk stroke, brain damage, coma or death, and detoxing from crystal meth will be more stable and comfortable in a program equipped to address symptoms as they arise. The National Survey on Drug Use and Health found recently about 10.4 million Americans age twelve and over have used methamphetamine at least once in their life. Meth is used by people of all demographics, from recreational party-goers, to individuals with psychological conditions generating a predisposition for stimulants. Crystal meth addiction causes an individual to change physically and psychologically, and while some changes may be permanent, many can be reversed if recovery is sustained.

Detox From Opiate Addiction

Opiate Detox 

Opiate detox treats chemical dependency on the variety of drugs and medications derived synthetically from opium; ranging from fentanyl, codeine, morphine, Vicodin (hydrocodone), Percocet, OxyContin, oxycodone, to illicit drugs such as heroin and opium. Commonly known as painkillers, they bind to receptors in the brain which decrease the perception of pain. A misconception about prescription pain medication is that because it’s prescribed by a doctor, and you’re not seeking it to get high, you’re not at risk for addiction. It’s important to note before taking an opiate medication that any use over three days will put you at risk of tolerance and dependence. The same amount of the drug will no longer have the same effect in relieving pain, and this is typically the point where individuals begin to seek out more of the drug.

Detox From Suboxone Addiction

Suboxone Addiction Detox 

Suboxone is a drug with opiate-like qualities that is often used to relieve the withdrawal symptoms of people coming off of heroin or Methadone addictions. Unfortunately, Suboxone is also highly addictive; many patients are unable to stop using Suboxone after they have begun taking it. Many patients stay on Suboxone for a long time as a maintenance drug and then are unable to relinquish the drug, even if they try to wean off of it slowly. We are now seeing many patients come to The Haven Detox to free themselves from their Suboxone addictions even if they have successfully detoxed from heroin or Methadone.

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