Alcohol Detox West Palm Beach

Located in beautiful West Palm Beach Florida, 1 Solution Detox is
Palm Beach County's Premier Alcohol Detox Center

Effective Evidence Based Alcohol Detox in West Palm Beach

If you or a loved one are struggling with addiction and looking for an alcohol detox center, look no further. Many drug rehabs offer one size fits all addiction treatment. 1 Solution Detox provides expert care to patients struggling with alcohol at our inpatient detox center located in West Palm Beach.

Alcohol detox is not just uncomfortable, it can be fatal. For this reason, medical supervision is very important.

At 1 Solution Detox, we have the medical expertise to safely treat alcohol withdrawal and the clinical experience to promote healing. Our team of friendly staff will be there for you and your family every step of the way. Don’t wait to get alcohol treatment, contact us today to start your recovery from addiction. 

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Your Comfort and Safety Is Our Priority

24/7 Medical & Clinical Staff

Medical and clinical professionals work around the clock to provide the care you need right when you need it.

Luxury Amenities

Our West Palm Beach treatment center is outfitted with the highest quality amenities you will find in any Florida rehab center.

Individualized Treatment

At 1 Solution Detox, every patient is treated uniquely. Your treatment options will fit your needs, so you progress in your recovery at your own speed.

Treatment Programs Are Covered By Insurance

Insurance can cover up to 100% of alcohol detox costs. We accept most health insurance plans. Contact us for a free insurance verification.

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We Accept Most Insurance.

Our West Palm Beach Alcohol Detox Program

Our South Florida detox center provides high quality addiction medicine to alleviate the dangerous and uncomfortable symptoms of alcohol withdrawal. Whether you have been an alcoholic for years or have recently developed alcohol dependence, we have a treatment plan for you.

The detox process for alcohol typically involves a taper of anti seizure medication to minimize dangerous withdrawal symptoms. At the same time, our doctors will prescribe comfort medications to make the transition into sobriety seamless. Our health care professionals monitor patients closely 24/7 so that no patient ever feels alone in this difficult time. 

We understand that detox can be emotionally and physically challenging, so we allow patients to progress at their own speed. Comfort and relaxation are encouraged until the body has healed. After detox, we begin the process of treating the underlying mental health factors. We utilize traditional 1 on 1 and group therapies, as well as holistic treatment methods.

We encourage our patients to participate in programs like Alcoholics Anonymous, but it is not required. Each patient’s journey to sobriety is their own, and we are here to help. 

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Octavio Cifuentes
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"Working with Jordan and her staff is one of the best business experiences I’ve ever had. I would recommend to anyone in my immediate family. Top notch facility and staff."
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"This place saved my life it is absolutely the very best detox center the staff are like family and they actually do care it's not just about a paycheck to them they help you find the best treatment center to fit your needs and they help you figure out the root to your addiction instead of just taking your money and passing you off to the next I would recommend 1 solution to any and everybody I know that needs help!!! Special shout out to Gerard, Mike, Meranda and Ms. Hope!!! I've never had faith in recovery untill now.... Thank you 1 Solution"
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"I have had the privileged chance to get to know many of you during my stay and just want to let you all know that your efforts, counsel, levity, and professionalism are extremely appreciated and have provided me with the opportunity and strength to take the next steps. I came in desperate and broken, but will leave with a sense of hope for things to come. Thank you from the bottom of my heart."
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How Do I Know If I Need Alcohol Detox?

Have you tried to quit drinking on your own, only to find that you could not stay stopped? Do you frequently end up drinking more than you had intended? Have you experienced consequences as a result of your drinking, but continued drinking anyway? If you answered yes to any of these questions, it is time to get some help.

You should know that you are not alone. In 2018, 14.8 million Americans had an alcohol use disorder. 2.4 million Americans received treatment at a drug and alcohol rehab that year. If you experience any of the following withdrawal symptoms when you stop drinking, you likely need alcohol detox.

Symptoms of Alcohol Withdrawal Include:

  • rapid heart rate
  • sweating
  • tremors (shakiness)
  • insomnia
  • nausea
  • vomiting
  • hallucinations
  • restlessness
  • anxiety
  • agitation
  • seizures

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What To Expect During Alcohol Detox

Each patient’s experience with alcohol detox is different. However, at 1 Solution Detox each patient’s experience begins with a warm welcome. Our caring staff will make you feel at home right away.

On admission, you will be medically evaluated. This evaluation helps to ensure that you are detoxed properly and your medical needs are met. Then you will complete an interview designed to assess your clinical needs. Above all, this provides your therapists with insights into your mental health.

Once completed, staff will help you get situated in your room and give you a tour of the facility. Then you will see a doctor who will prescribe medication to aid your detox and get you back to health. After that, you will be introduced to your team of therapists and case managers.

Your therapists will develop a treatment plan for you. Your case manager will ensure that your life outside of treatment is managed. This includes arrangements for FMLA, short term disability, and any legal or personal matters that need attention. 

During the most uncomfortable periods of alcohol detox, you will be given the time and space to rest and recover. Once you feel better physically, you will begin to work with your therapist on building a sustainable foundation of recovery. A happy and healthy life of sobriety awaits you!

Alcohol Detox Timeline

Without medical attention, alcohol detox can be deadly. This is what you can expect while detoxing from alcohol if you try to stop cold turkey.

Day 1: You may begin to experience alcohol withdrawal symptoms within 6 to 12 hours after your last drink. These symptoms include headaches, anxiety, and irritability. In addition, you may begin to experience physical symptoms like tremors, disorientation, and seizures as you approach the 24 hour mark. 

Day 2: During the second day, the symptoms you experienced in the first 24 hours will increase in intensity. Additionally you may experience vomiting, hallucinations, and panic attacks. 

Days 3-7: Throughout this period, the various symptoms you have been experiencing will come and go. You will likely experience some degree of insomnia during this first week. During this period you are at the highest risk of delirium tremens, a symptom which can be life-threatening. 

After the first week: Symptoms will begin to dissipate or become less frequent. However, even after the most painful symptoms have ended you may experience post-acute withdrawal syndrome. PAWS is usually less intense than the initial withdrawal symptoms but can last months. 

Medications For Alcohol Detox

At an inpatient alcohol treatment center, a number of medications can be used to control withdrawal symptoms and minimize alcohol cravings.

Benzodiazepines like Librium, Valium, and Ativan are commonly used to treat insomnia and anxiety. They also reduce the risk of seizure. Similarly, drugs like Lamictal, Depakote, and Tegretol can be used to reduce seizure risk. 

Acomprosate medications like Campral can be prescribed after a few days of detox to reduce alcohol cravings. As a result, the drug is helpful to many drinkers to remain abstinent. Vivitrol shots have also proven to be effective in reducing cravings. This medication also blocks alcohol from producing an enjoyable high.

Similarly, disulfiram is sometimes used to deter recovering alcoholics from drinking because of its unpleasant side-effects when combined with alcohol. 

It is important to note that none of these medications are a substitute for proper alcohol rehab. They are most effective when combined with a traditional alcohol treatment plan. 

Drug Addiction Treatment

Drug addiction is common among patients with alcohol dependence. Illicit drugs like cocaine are often combined with alcohol. Prescription drugs can also be abused with alcohol. Fortunately, 1 Solution Detox has effective drug addiction treatment plans as well.

For more information about our drug addiction program, give us a call. Don’t let shame get in the way. We are here to help.

References

Addiction and treatment statistics from SAMHSA 

Alcohol withdrawal information from NIH

Information on alcohol withdrawal medications from NIH

Driving Directions to 1 Solution Detox West Palm Beach

From Palm Beach International Airport:

Follow James L Turnage Blvd and Australian Ave to 25th St
in West Palm Beach
1. Head west on James L Turnage Blvd
2. Slight left to stay on James L Turnage Blvd
3. Turn left to stay on James L Turnage Blvd
4. Continue straight to stay on James L Turnage Blvd
5. Keep left to stay on James L Turnage Blvd
6. Use any lane to turn left at the 1st cross street
onto Australian Ave
7. Turn right onto 25th St
8. Turn left onto Broadway Ave

From Palms West Hospital:

Take Palms W Pkwy to US-441 S/US-98/Southern Blvd in
Royal Palm Beach
1. Head west toward Palms W Pkwy
2. Turn left onto Palms W Dr
3. Turn right onto Palms W Pkwy
Follow US-98/Southern Blvd to Australian Ave/S Congress
Ave. Take the Australian Ave exit from US-98/Southern Blvd
4. Use the left 2 lanes to turn left at the 1st cross
street onto US-441 S/US-98/Southern Blvd
Continue to follow US-98/Southern Blvd
5. Keep left to stay on US-98/Southern Blvd
6. Use the left lane to merge onto Australian Ave/S
Congress Ave toward Palm Beach/Int’l Airport
Continue on Australian Ave to West Palm Beach
7. Merge onto Australian Ave/S Congress Ave
Continue to follow Australian Ave
8. Turn right onto 25th St
9. Turn left onto Broadway Ave

From Lake Worth: 

Get on I-95 N from S A St
1. Head east on Lake Worth Rd
2. At the traffic circle, take the 1st exit onto S A St
3. Turn right onto 6th Ave S
4. Slight right to merge onto I-95 N toward W Palm
Beach
Follow I-95 N to FL-704 E/Okeechobee Blvd in West Palm
Beach. Take exit 70 from I-95 N
5. Merge onto I-95 N
6. Use the right lane to take exit 70 to merge onto FL704 E/Okeechobee Blvd toward Downtown
Take S Australian Ave to Broadway Ave
7. Merge onto FL-704 E/Okeechobee Blvd
8. Take the exit toward N Australian Ave
9. Merge onto S Australian Ave
10. Turn right onto 25th St
11. Turn left onto Broadway Ave

From Boca Raton:

Get on I-95 N from N Military Trl, NW 51st St/W Yamato Rd
and Congress Ave
1. Head south on Butts Rd toward Glades Rd
2. Turn left at the 1st cross street onto NW 19th St
3. Turn left onto N Military Trl
4. Turn right onto NW 51st St/W Yamato Rd
5. Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto Congress Ave
6. Use the 2nd from the right lane to turn right onto
Peninsula Corp Dr
7. Keep left at the fork, follow signs for I-95 N and
merge onto I-95 N
Follow I-95 N to FL-704 E/Okeechobee Blvd in West Palm
Beach. Take exit 70 from I-95 N
8. Merge onto I-95 N
9. Use the right lane to take exit 70 to merge onto FL704 E/Okeechobee Blvd toward Downtown
Take S Australian Ave to Broadway Ave
10. Merge onto FL-704 E/Okeechobee Blvd
11. Take the exit toward N Australian Ave
12. Merge onto S Australian Ave
13. Turn right onto 25th St then left onto Broadway Ave

From Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport:

Get on I-595 W from Terminal Dr
1. Head northwest toward Terminal Dr/Upper
Terminal Dr
2. Slight left
3. Keep right to continue on Lower Terminal
Dr/Terminal Dr
4. Keep right at the fork, follow signs for I-595 W/I-95
and merge onto I-595 W
Follow I-95 N to FL-704 E/Okeechobee Blvd in West Palm
Beach. Take exit 70 from I-95 N
5. Merge onto I-595 W
6. Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 10A toward I-95
N/W Palm Beach
7. Keep right, follow signs for Route 842
8. Keep left, follow signs for I-95 N/W Palm Bch and merge onto I-95 N
9. Use the right lane to take exit 70 to merge onto FL704 E/Okeechobee Blvd toward Downtown
Take S Australian Ave to Broadway Ave
10. Merge onto FL-704 E/Okeechobee Blvd
11. Take the exit toward N Australian Ave
12. Merge onto S Australian Ave
13. Turn right onto 25th St
14. Turn left onto Broadway Ave

From Palm Beach Gardens:

Head southwest on PGA Boulevard
2. Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto N Military Trl
3. Turn left onto FL-710 E/Dr Martin Luther King Jr
Blvd/M.L.K. Jr Blvd
4. Turn right onto N Congress Ave
5. Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto 45th St
6. Turn right onto Broadway Ave

From Boynton Beach:

Get on I-95 N
1. Head east on Old Boynton Road toward N
Congress Ave
2. Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto W Boynton
Beach Blvd
3. Turn left to merge onto I-95 N toward W Palm
Beach
Follow I-95 N to FL-704 E/Okeechobee Blvd in West Palm
Beach. Take exit 70 from I-95 N
4. Merge onto I-95 N
5. Use the right lane to take exit 70 to merge onto FL704 E/Okeechobee Blvd toward Downtown
Take S Australian Ave to Broadway Ave
6. Merge onto FL-704 E/Okeechobee Blvd
7. Take the exit toward N Australian Ave
8. Merge onto S Australian Ave
9. Turn right onto 25th St
10. Turn left onto Broadway Ave

From Delray Beach:

Get on I-95 N
1. Head west on E Atlantic Ave toward N Swinton
Ave
Pass by Dunkin’ (on the right)
2. Turn right to merge onto I-95 N toward W Palm
Beach
Follow I-95 N to FL-704 E/Okeechobee Blvd in West Palm
Beach. Take exit 70 from I-95 N
3. Merge onto I-95 N
4. Use the right lane to take exit 70 to merge onto FL704 E/Okeechobee Blvd toward Downtown
Take S Australian Ave to Broadway Ave
5. Merge onto FL-704 E/Okeechobee Blvd
6. Take the exit toward N Australian Ave
7. Merge onto S Australian Ave
8. Turn right onto 25th St
9. Turn left onto Broadway Ave

About West Palm Beach

The city of West Palm Beach is located in the state of Florida. The Lake Worth Lagoon separates it from nearby Palm Beach. Restaurants, shops, pubs, and clubs abound on Clematis Street and in CityPlace, two neighborhoods in downtown. The Norton Museum of Art features works by American, European, and Chinese Impressionists. Concerts, plays, dance, and opera are all performed in the nearby Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, which has four theaters.

At the time of the last census, the city’s population stood at 117,415 people. South Florida’s West Palm Beach is a major city in the Miami metro region, which had a population of 6,138,333 in 2020. Two years before Miami was officially established as a city, it was organized as a municipality in November 1894. About 68 miles (109 kilometers) north of Downtown Miami, you’ll find West Palm Beach.

Other neighborhoods in West Palm include: Northwood Village, Palm Beach Lakes, Old Northwood Historic District, Lake Mangonia, Grandview Heights, Roosevelt Estates, Mango Promenade, El Cid, and Providencia Park. 

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