Clients who are in treatment for alcohol detoxification are in need of help to get to a substance-free state. When someone who has been used to months or years of regular drinking attempts to stop using alcohol, he or she will experience withdrawal symptoms, and one of the goals of a managed detox program is to keep the client comfortable.
Another goal is to treat psychiatric or medical problems that present themselves during the personal assessment or withdrawal process. Alcohol detoxification can be completed in a safe and effective manner on an outpatient basis.
Outpatient Detox For Treating Alcohol Addiction
Are you wondering, “What is outpatient detox?” With this treatment model, which is what we offer with our Restore Neurotransmitter Restoration Program, clients visit our facility a minimum of three times per week for between three and four weeks. Clients receive a personalized amino acid restoration protocol based on their individual needs, as determined through laboratory testing.
Once each treatment session has been completed, our clients can return home. They can continue to work, go to school, and take care of their family responsibilities. Clients also have the advantage of being able to get support from family members and friends as they go through this necessary part of the treatment process.
Differences Of An Inpatient Program
Inpatient program may be the better choice for clients who have a long-term pattern of alcohol abuse or a pattern of use that includes heavy drinking. When there is a high level of concern that a client will start drinking again unless all outside access to alcohol is prevented, then an inpatient program may be the best bet.
Advantages Of Outpatient Detoxification
In a situation where a client is dealing with a mild-to-moderate withdrawal from alcohol, then our personalized outpatient detox can work very well. We can offer a program that is just as effective as inpatient treatment, but which is much less expensive and time-consuming!
Our clients continue to maintain a regular routine in which they can return to their job, family and outside life on a daily basis.
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