Outpatient Drug Alcohol Detox Center

Opiate Detox

Opiates are most often used medically to alleviate pain. Drugs containing natural or synthetic opium are only legally obtainable through a prescription from a qualified professional, but they can also be illegally purchased on the street. Opiate drugs are both physically and psychologically addictive when used over extended periods of time or in high doses. The misuse of opiates is often linked with accidental drug overdoses and death. Follow this link to find out more about Opiate Dependence.

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Benzodiazepine Detox

Benzodiazepines (“benzos”) are most commonly prescribed for the relief of anxiety and/or insomnia. Benzos have a sedative effect due to muscle relaxing properties and this class of drugs are known as CNS depressants or sedative hypnotics. Follow this link to find out more about Benzodiazepine Dependence.

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Alcohol Detox

Alcoholism, the most prevalent and well documented addiction, is an illness proven to have devastating long term effects. Alcohol dependence is extremely harmful to the individual suffering from the disease and has a direct negative impact on close friends and family members. Follow this link to find out more about Alcohol Dependence.

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Other Treatments

Outpatient Detox is not limited to providing treatments for opiates, alcohol, and benzodiazepines. If the substance you are looking to detox from is not listed, please contact our office for more information. Call (561) 901-0040 to find out more.

Private & Confidential

Outpatient Detox takes your privacy very seriously and goes far beyond the regulations to safeguard patient information. With our discreet locations and our commitment to your privacy, our treatment is completely confidential.

Stay at Home

Our Treatment only requires 1-2 visits per week that last approximately 25 minutes each. Patients are able to detox at home and does not require hospitalization or visits that last 3-4 hours per visit.

Keep Working

Outpatient Detox treatment is spread out over an extended period of time which allows a patient to detox without drastic change and harsh withdrawals that will appear when detox is attempted in a short period of time.

Outpatient Detox specializes in personalized detoxification treatment for opiates, alcohol, and benzodiazepines.

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