Detox Admission is the First Step to Recovery
We believe proper comfort and care can be the stepping stones to long-term recovery.
1 Solution Detox strives to provide the highest levels of hospitality throughout these difficult times.
Important Notice Regarding COVID-19:
1 Solution Detox is keeping a careful eye on everything related to Coronavirus (COVID-19), and we’re taking proactive actions to safeguard the health and safety of all of our patients, staff, and the communities we serve. All potential patients must complete a COVID-19 questionnaire prior to being considered for admission. Prior to actually admitting, patients will be tested by trained medical staff to ensure the safety of our community. We appreciate your cooperation during this time.
Detox & Residential Center Admissions
After you contact 1 Solution Detox, your case manager will get you started by:
- Verifying your coverage
- Collecting any out-of-pocket payments for uncovered costs
- Helping you coordinate visit our facility
Your coordinator will still communicate with 1 Solution Detox during your stay. We work with you on developing an individualized treatment plan for detox, residential, and all further levels of care.
Expectations upon arrival...
Once you get to 1 Solution Detox, our staff of doctors and substance detoxification specialists will assist you each step of the way. Within an hour of arriving, no matter some time of arrival, you’ll be assessed by a nurse to work out your medical must get you on target to feeling better directly. You’ll have a psych evaluation and meet with our medical team to devise an individualized treatment plan. There is no initial pressure thrown your way upon arrival, and we ease you into the process of initial recovery. Often our patients come after long flights or drives and don’t always have time to eat beforehand, so if you’re hungry or thirst, we’ve you covered. Our 24/7 staff is here to help you feel as comfortable and safe as possible.
To help ensure drug and alcohol withdrawal safety, we offer ongoing monitoring of basic vital signs like your pulse, blood heat, and vital sign. Counting on the character of your situation, your treatment can also include the utilization of medications to ease withdrawal symptoms. In other cases, we may forego the utilization of medicines and specialize in supporting your body.
Multiple factors can influence a treatment plan, and it all depends on the types of substance abuse, the duration of use, and the severity of your symptoms. Your general health also plays a major role in this plan. Most of our patients complete detoxification five days to every week. However, this is often just a mean, and therefore the process may last for a shorter or longer period of your time.
Depending on your situation, you can sign a release for our facility to communicate with those you deem ok. HIPPA provides different levels of authorizations, including just verifying your presence and more in-depth releases that allow us to disclose your treatment plan and progress.
Today, addiction recovery specialists acknowledge that effective medical detoxification has 3 main parts. Every one of those parts plays an important role in the completion of a substance treatment program.
Patient will undergo a thorough clinical assessment to identify and evaluate an individualized treatment plan. Steps include:
- Blood Testing- Identifying substances in your system and their current levels as well as other items pertaining to liver, kidney, and basic levels.
- A complete physical assessment
- A complete psychological assessment
Our medical team will assess and determine the most appropriate individualized treatment plan according to your physical, clinical, and medical assessment. Each and every individuals case is different as the case changes from length of abuse, frequency, current health, methods of use, etc.
Detox is the first step of the journey. However maintaining long term sobriety and abstinence from drugs and alcohol is the goal of our program. Our case managers will help you in preparing for future levels of care and plans which could include inpatient treatment, outpatient programs, etc.