Medically Managed Inpatient Detox Unit


Accepting Patients September 1, 2014

  • The inpatient program provides an intensive therapeutic structure, providing medical and detoxification stabilization and 24-hour nursing care for patients experiencing critical symptoms.
  • Each patient receives individualized treatment administered by the multi-disciplinary team led by the medical physician and may include nurses, social workers, counselors, activity therapists, and licensed chemical dependency counselors.
  • Treatment may include: group therapy, family therapy, activity therapy, medication education and drug/alcohol education.
  • Patients will participate in a 12-Step Recovery Program.
  • The Treatment Team will assist the patient with locating appropriate outpatient services for their continued treatment.

Criterion for Admission:

  • Voluntarily consents to admission
  • Primary substance use disorders
    • Opiates
    • Benzodiazepines
    • Alcohol
  • Prior of medical complications during detoxification.
  • Changes in mental status, inadequate nutrition, requiring support that can only be obtained in inpatient setting.

Unable to Accept

  • Pregnant
  • White Cell Count>20,000
  • Requires any type of isolation
  • Requires supplemental oxygen beyond nasal cannula.
  • Unable to perform ADL's

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