“I was very sick during Detox, and the staff did everything they could to help me feel better” – Corey P.
New Dawn’s Sacramento Detox Centers provides 24-hour care in gender separate, homelike settings. Our aim is to help each person’s detox be as quick and painless as possible. We have a team of nurses, master’s level therapists, medical assistants, EMT’s, and on-call Physicians available around-the-clock. New Dawn’s Sacramento Detox Center also has separate houses for men and women for added privacy and piece of mind.
Each house has no more than 6 residents, and private rooms are available upon request for an additional fee. Amenities include relaxing living rooms, dining rooms, wall-mounted flat screen T.V.’s in the bedrooms, full kitchens, comfortable mattresses, and fresh linens. Healthy nourishing meals are prepared daily by our culinary arts trained chef. Private backyard patios are a popular place to relax and make new friends during the short detox phase.
The Medically Supervised Detox Process
Detox is the process of abstaining from drugs and/or alcohol, and allowing the body time to be rid of these toxic substances so it can begin to repair itself. Detox is necessary when one has been using drugs or alcohol for a such long period of time that they cannot stop using without going through physical withdrawals. One can detox “cold turkey” on their own, but this is rarely successful and never recommended.
Life-threatening medical complications can arise during the withdrawal phase when not supervised and treated properly. Most of our patients at the Sacramento Detox Center finish the program after 5 – 7 days. Residential treatment is the next step following Detox, because that is where individuals learn the coping skills necessary to stay sober.
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Sacramento Detox Centers: What to Expect
Individuals typically experience the following symptoms during detox: extreme anxiety, shakiness, cold sweats, nausea, vomiting, insomnia, depression, irritability, fatigue, muscle aches, trembling and headaches. Detox from alcoholism can also include life-threatening seizures, and should never be attempted without medical support.
Examples of drugs that we detox individuals off of include: cocaine, heroin, opiates, vicodin, oxycontin, percocet, methadone, suboxone, klonopin, xanax, ambien, somas, meth, amphetamine, club drugs, marijuana, and many other types of habit forming drugs. Our Doctors are specially trained in addiction medicine, and have helped thousands of individuals safely and completely detox off of drugs and alcohol.
What Happens After Medically Supervised Detox?
While a medically supervised detox program will help ensure a safe cleansing of toxic chemicals from the body with minimal withdrawal symptoms, detox alone does nothing to prevent a person from using again because it will not reduce the intense cravings. Drug and alcohol addiction is a life-threatening, chronic illness that requires intensive individual counseling and treatment in a structured setting. At New Dawn’s Sacramento Detox Center, all of our patients are strongly encouraged to admit into the residential treatment program immediately following their Detoxification. The residential rehab program is conveniently located just two blocks from the detox houses.
We offer 30, 60, and 90 day residential treatment programs with a focus on relapse prevention, family therapy and coping skills. New Dawn has one of the only residential programs in the country that offers 30 days of free treatment if a relapse occurs within one year of graduation. We stand by the effectiveness of our Detox and rehab programs, and understand that relapse is a common occurrence among individuals recovering from drug or alcohol addiction.
We are a local treatment and recovery provider, with program locations servicing areas in Sacramento, San Francisco, Roseville, Marin and Placer County, California. To find out more about how New Dawn’s Sacramento Detox and rehab program can help, Contact Us today or fill out the contact form in the right margin.