ASAM 3.7, Medically Assisted Withdrawal, Opioid Withdrawal, Alcohol and Amphetamines Withdrawal, Benzodiazepine and Barbiturate Withdrawal
ABHS has three Withdrawal Management Service (detox) locations; two acute and one subacute, with a total of 60 beds all with 24-hour monitoring. Our licensed medical professionals will guide you through the detox process in the safest way possible.
Detox is the first step toward recovery. We’ve created a comfortable, nurturing space where you can focus on your goal of cleansing your body of all harmful substances. You will get all the support you need from our team throughout your stay, and during your transition to the next step.
It can take an average 5-7 days to flush the chemicals from your body, and up to 14 days for more severe cases.
Once you attain physical stability, clients meet with a Chemical Dependency Professional for assessment and referral services; this can include direct referrals to a Residential Treatment Program or Outpatient Services.
• Licensed Medical Professionals on every shift
• Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner (ARNP) available 24 hours a day
• ABHS provides all patients with an intensive medical screen from a Licensed Medical Professional
SECURE DETOX VOLUNTARY ACUTE
Acute – Medically Assisted Treatment (MAT)
Medical Assisted Treatment (MAT) safely manages the acute physical symptoms of withdrawal associated with stopping substance use. We may prescribe medication to minimize your discomfort; the average stay in our acute program is 7-10 days.
Subacute – Non-Medically Assisted Treatment
Non-Medically Assisted Treatment provides detoxification services to individuals who have used a substance within the last 24 hours but are not in need of medically managed services. Clients may take prescribed medications if given by the hospital prior to admission. Typical length of stay for alcohol withdrawal is 3 to 5 days; other substances may be from 5 to 7 days.