Arizona Detox

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Arizona Detox

When you're ready to start healing from addiction, there's an Arizona detox that will meet you wherever you are on the road to recovery. Contact Scottsdale Recovery and Detox Center at 602-346-9143 to speak with treatment counselors over the phone to set up your free assessment. Our staff is available 24/7 to answer questions and offer friendly advice; don't hesitate to reach our to us for any reason, day or night.

Q: What does detox feel like?

A: Depending on the severity of the addiction being treated, withdrawals can vary significantly from patient to patient. Expect some intense moments during detox when cravings for the drug or for alcohol are at their worst. Some common detox symptoms include anxiety, sweating, nausea, headaches, and physical discomfort that ranges from mild to severe. At SRDC, you'll be offered comfort meds during detox to help manage withdrawals and complete treatment.

Q: What happens when you detox?

A: Withdrawals during detox can make an addict feel sick when, in fact, they're actually starting to get well. Drugs and alcohol can slowly poison the body and usher in a 'new normal', which is the body's way of coping with the toxins being introduced. Detoxing removes the poisons, but the body reacts negatively for a time. Our Arizona detox facility will keep you safe and comfortable during this important healing process.

Q: What is responsible for drug detox?

A: The body doesn't become addicted to drugs or alcohol overnight, and it needs time to taper off of them, as well. Abruptly quitting an addiction can be extremely dangerous; that's why checking into a detox is strongly recommended by recovery experts. If you choose to detox at home, you will not have access to medications and treatments that can minimize withdrawal symptoms. Contact Scottsdale Recovery and Detox Center to safely detox.

Q: What are the three types of residential and day treatment programs?

A: Typically, patients who choose to quit an addiction are given three treatment options:

  1. Residential treatment that lasts from 30-120 days, requiring overnight stays throughout the duration of care.
  2. Outpatient programs that are significantly less structured and are designed to offer the least amount of interruption to the patient's home life.
  3. Partial Hospitalization Programs (PRP), sometimes referred to as day treatment, generally considered a middle-ground between residential and outpatient care.

Q: Who needs drug and alcohol detox services?

A: Anyone addicted to a street drug, prescription drug, or alcohol will have to go through the detox process and prepare for the next phase of recovery. If you or someone you love is dealing with an addiction, don't wait to contact an Arizona detox center. The greatest advantage of seeking treatment early is that there is a higher rate of recovery in early addiction.

Every addiction is treatable at Scottsdale Recovery and Detox Center. Learn more about who we are when browsing our website or call to verify your insurance benefits and speak with one of our recovery specialists who can answer additional questions about treatment.