What’s the Difference Between Detox & Rehab?

By June 15, 2018Uncategorized

So you’ve made the decision to get help – for yourself or for a loved one. But where do you start?

With many options for treating drug addiction, alcohol addiction, and behavioral health issues, it’s important to understand how to choose a plan that will fit your needs.

For many, the road to recovery begins at detox. This is when the patient begins to cleanse the body of any substances of abuse, whether drugs or alcohol

Attempting detox on your own can be incredibly dangerous. After feeding the body with chemicals for so long, addicted individuals can have serious withdrawal symptoms. The worst cases – if not treated – can even end in death.

In sub-acute detox, you are fully evaluated by a medical doctor, who will help you detox safely and comfortably. There even may be medications, like SUBOXONE®, that can ease the process.

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Overall, detox usually takes as little as three to five days.

Then, the real work of healing can begin.

Rehab offers the opportunity to completely focus on recovery from addiction and/or behavioral health issues.

Living in a relaxed and stress-free environment with 24-hour monitoring, people can begin to explore the reasons why substance abuse took control of their lives.

At Clean Path, for example, your customized treatment plan might include a mix of the following:

  • Dual-diagnosis/Co-Occurring Disorder Therapy
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Nutritional & Exercise Therapies
  • Interactive & Experiential Therapies
  • Acupressure
  • Hypnotherapy
  • Yoga & Meditation
  • Art & Music Therapy
  • Nature Experiences
  • And More

Unsure of what’s right for you? If you’re ready to get started, our caring and professional staff can help you begin to plan your road to recovery. Contact us today.