Palm Beach Drug Detox Center
Palm Beach County's Premier Detox Center
For Medical Alcohol and Drug Detox
Effective Evidence Based Palm Beach Detox
Look no further if you or a loved one is battling with addiction and in need of a drug detox. Many drug treatment centers provide a one-size-fits-all approach to addiction treatment. At our inpatient detox center in West Palm Beach, 1 Solution Detox provides specialized care to people dealing with drug addiction.
Detoxing from drugs is not just painful, it can also be very dangerous. For this reason, medical supervision is very important.
We have the medical knowledge to safely treat drug withdrawal and the clinical experience to facilitate healing at 1 Solution Detox. Through every step of your journey, our courteous staff will be there for you and your family. Don’t put off getting drug treatment; contact us today to get started on your road to recovery.
Your Comfort and Safety Is Our Priority
Detox Is Covered By Insurance
Insurance can cover up to 100% of medical detox costs. We accept most health insurance plans. Contact us for a free insurance verification.
We Accept Most Insurance.
Our Palm Beach Detox Program
Our South Florida detox center provides high quality addiction medicine to alleviate dangerous and uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms. Regardless of your drug of choice, we have a treatment plan that will work for you.
Each substance has its own detox process. The most successful detox for many drugs is to taper similar medicines with a lower abuse threshold. This helps to ease the withdrawal symptoms associated with dependence.
At the same time, our doctors will prescribe “comfort meds” to help with the transition to recovery. Our health care professionals keep a careful eye on patients 24 hours a day, seven days a week to ensure that no one feels alone during this trying time.
We recognize that detox may be both emotionally and physically taxing, so we let patients go at their own pace. Until the body has healed, comfort and relaxation are encouraged. Following detox, we begin treating the underlying mental health issues. Traditional one-on-one and group therapy, as well as holistic treatment modalities, are used.
We encourage but do not require our patients to engage in recovery groups like Twelve Step fellowships. Each patient’s road to recovery is unique, and we are here to support them.
How Do I Know If I Need Drug Detox?
Have you tried to stop taking drugs on your own but failed to maintain your abstinence? Do you ever find yourself using more than you intended? Have you seen your drug use negatively impact your life yet nevertheless continued getting high? If you responded yes to any of these questions, you should probably recognize that you need help.
It’s important to remember that you’re not alone. A substance use problem affected 20.3 million Americans in 2018. 8.1 million of those people had an illegal drug addiction. In that same year, 2.4 million Americans sought treatment at a drug and alcohol rehabilitation center.
If you experience any of the withdrawal symptoms listed below after stopping using drugs, you should seek medical help for detox.
Opioid Withdrawal Symptoms Include:
- Restless leg syndrome
- Nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea
Benzo Withdrawal Symptoms Include:
- Panic attacks
- Rapid heartrate
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Cocaine Withdrawal Symptoms Include:
- Trouble concentrating
Meth Withdrawal Symptoms Include:
- Low energy level
- Intense drug cravings
First Steps In Detox
Detox is a unique experience for each patient. The first step at 1 Solution Detox, on the other hand, begins with a friendly welcome. Our qualified staff will make you feel perfectly at peace.
You will be medically assessed upon admission. This assessment ensures that you are properly detoxed and that your medical needs are satisfied while you are in our care. Then you’ll go through an interview to determine your clinical needs. Above all, this gives your therapists information about the kind of counseling you may respond to.
Next, staff will assist you in settling into your accommodation and will give you a tour of the facilities. After that, you’ll see a doctor, who will prescribe medication to help you through the detox and get you back on your feet. Following that, you will meet your team of dedicated case managers and therapists.
Your therapists will work with you to create a treatment plan. Your case manager will be in charge of managing your life outside of treatment. This includes FMLA, short-term disability, and any legal or personal issues that need to be addressed.
You will be provided time and space to rest and recover during the most difficult parts of your detox. Once you’re feeling better physically, you’ll start working with your therapist on laying a solid recovery foundation. You can look forward to a happy and healthy sober life!
Outpatient Detox Palm Beach
For some drugs, outpatient detox services can be offered. Patients addicted to Xanax and other benzos will often request that their prescribing doctor taper down their dose. Additionally, Suboxone doctors will write a prescription for buprenorphine to patients who are addicted to opiates. Before Suboxone became popular, methadone clinics served the same role.
While outpatient detox sounds convenient, it rarely produces long term recovery. It is a short term solution for a long term problem.
Suboxone, for example, is not meant to be taken for long periods of time. When it is, dependence develops and the original opiate addiction is simply replaced. Quitting suboxone after long term use produces severe withdrawal symptoms that last weeks. Any patient who has taken methadone is familiar with this dilemma.
At the same time, opiate and benzo users often take other drugs as well. Patients with poly-substance addiction are particularly bad candidates for outpatient detox because their co-occurring addictions are untreated. Opiate addicts on Suboxone can still abuse cocaine. Benzo users who are tapering down can combat their withdrawals with alcohol.
For these reasons, 1 Solution Detox never recommends outpatient detox. Addiction is more complicated than simple physical dependence. To ensure effective treatment, patients needs to receive continued therapy and support in the safety of an inpatient setting. Don’t settle for treatment that is convenient, talk to our team of experts about how you can receive the best help available.
Drug Addiction Treatment
Drug detox is just the first step of drug addiction treatment. Our inpatient drug rehab program allows clients to continue their recovery once they have completed detox. Here they will build on the foundation that they established in detox to develop the tools they will need to remain sober when they leave our treatment center.
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.
About West Palm Beach, FL
West Palm Beach is a city in and the county seat of Palm Beach County, Florida, United States. It is located immediately to the west of the adjacent Palm Beach, which is situated on a barrier island across the Lake Worth Lagoon. The population was 117,415 at the 2020 census. West Palm Beach is a principal city of the Miami metropolitan area, which was home to 6,138,333 people in 2020. It is the oldest incorporated municipality in the South Florida area, incorporated as a city two years before Miami in November 1894. West Palm Beach is located approximately 68 miles (109 km) north of Downtown Miami. == History == The beginning of the historic period in south Florida is marked by Juan Ponce de León's first contact with native people in 1513. Europeans found a thriving native population, which they categorized into separate tribes: the Mayaimi in the Lake Okeechobee Basin and the Jaega and Ais people in the East Okeechobee area and on the east coast north of the Tequesta. When the Spanish arrived, there were perhaps about 20,000 Native Americans in south Florida. By 1763, when the English gained control of Florida, the native peoples had all but been wiped out through war, enslavement, or European diseases.Other native peoples from Alabama and Georgia moved into Florida in the early 18th century.
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