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Drug & Alcohol Detox in California

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Drug Detox in California

The danger of drug addiction is increasing at an alarming rate and has resulted in 4,178 deaths in California in 2007. Among some of the most abused drugs in the state are amphetamines, alcohol and marijuana, with thousands of annual rehabilitation admissions each year. If you or a loved one has a substance addiction, our California detox center is the first step to recover and get your life back.

At Resurgence, our goal is to make drug detox accessible and possible to everyone. We offer a variety of programs and services, a safe and welcoming facility and a trained team who will take every measure to ensure you will be as comfortable as possible. We provide the easiest, safest and most effective way to detox and get past drug addiction.

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What Is Detoxification?

Medical detoxification is the first stage of drug addiction treatment. Supervised detox safely manages the acute physical symptoms of withdrawal associated with stopping drug use. The symptoms associated with and the length of drug withdrawal vary depending on the drug and the length of the addiction. Other factors such as family history, genetic makeup and medical and mental health factors also affect symptoms.

Our inpatient drug treatment program is designed to help patients detox safely with the support of medical staff and counselors and to successfully transition to an aftercare program. The goal of our highly experienced team is to provide patients the best care and support to get back to a happy and healthy life.

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Who Needs Drug Detoxification?

Everyone’s detox needs are different. For instance, those who have already abstained for lengthy periods of time, those who have been addicted for only a short time, and anyone who is addicted to drugs without powerful signs of physical dependence may be able to skip this phase. Our medical team screens for physical and mental health problems for incoming patients. This helps to determine whether medical support is necessary. Drug, medical and psychiatric history is also extensively reviewed. This provides the basis for the long-term therapy plan of the patient.

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What Types of Detox Are Available?

We offer different detox options at Resurgence. All options cover three main factors; evaluating the level of substance use and dependence, stabilizing the patient, and preparing the patient for rehabilitation treatment.

Social Detoxification

With social detox, our medical staff will monitor, supervise and support patients and check their progress and health as they recover in our facility. With medical help available in the event of an emergency, patients can withdraw from drugs at their own pace without medication help to handle symptoms or speed up the process.

Medical Detox

This is the preferred approach for detox treatment if a client is addicted to a substance that can lead to particularly severe withdrawal symptoms. The patient stays in a Resurgence facility and given medications to manage withdrawal symptoms.

Ultra-Rapid Detox

This treatment requires the patient to be placed under anesthesia and given withdrawal drugs such as naltrexone. Our medical staff supervise the treatment as the patient may experience severe symptoms.

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Which Substances Require Detox?

Withdrawal occurs with almost any addictive substance especially those that create chemical dependence. Because of the way addictive substances affect an individual’s body, detox is a necessary part of recovery.

Benzodiazepine Detox

Benzodiazepines are potentially addicting prescription drugs used to treat various stress-related circumstances such as anxiety disorders, insomnia, epilepsy, and even withdrawal of alcohol. This drug class includes Valium, Xanax, Klonopin, Librium, and Ativan. The timeline of Benzo withdrawal lasts varies and is dependent on dosage, length of addiction and individual history.

Opiates and Prescription Pain Pills Detox

Doctors prescribe opiates for pain relief but it is commonly abused by prescription holders and recreational users. Common prescription opiate addictions are Vicodin, Hydrocodone, morphine, fentanyl, oxycodone and codeine. When a person stops taking opiates, even if it is prescribed, they may experience withdrawal symptoms, such as pain, body aches, fatigue, and nausea. Detox can safely manage withdrawal so that the person can come off opiates gradually.

Heroin Detox

Heroin or diamorphine is an opioid and a widely used street drug, common as a cheap street substitute for prescription pain pills due to its euphoric highs. Heroin has the same symptoms of withdrawal as opioid pain pills.

Stimulant Detox

Stimulants such as amphetamines, Ritalin, and cocaine are popular and very often abused in party scenes. Many of the stimulant drugs elevate physiological processes such as heart rate, breathing, and blood pressure. Often, the physical and mental withdrawal effects from stimulants are the opposite of the substance’s primary effects. This means that stimulants, which usually provide mood and energy, have a period of withdrawal characterized by emotions of depression and lack of energy. One of the biggest risks during stimulant withdrawal is intense depression that can be associated with suicidal tendencies.

Cocaine Detox

Cocaine withdrawal can appear under the radar at first with no true noticeable symptoms like tremors or symptoms of cold and flu. It is generally safer to withdraw from cocaine because patients are not at risk of seizures. However, it’s still important to have the guidance of medical professionals and support staff to ensure a successful recovery.

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