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Detox Counseling Services for Adults

At Sprout Health California Detox, we understand how challenging life can become for both the addicted individual and their loved one. We offer detox treatment for both drug and alcohol addiction. We congratulate you for taking the first, and perhaps, most important step of admitting there is a problem, and then seeking help. We also understand how challenging the actual process of detox can be. Our trained and caring clinical staff is experienced in helping individuals to eliminate drugs and alcohol from their body. During the process, detox can be potentially uncomfortable and dangerous. Our mission is to provide you with detox treatments in a safe and secure environment.

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About Us! What is Detox?

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Do I Need Help with Detox?

Sprout Health California Detox Has The Tools To Make Your Detox As Comfortable As Possible

Detox is the process of eliminating harmful substances from the body. Such substances may include illicit drugs, drugs prescribed by a doctor, and alcohol. Detox can also involve ridding the body of unhealthy beverages and food. At Sprout Health California Detox, we treat both substance abuse and mental disorders that may co-occur. Our treatment options vary, and are completely comprehensive. Before detox can properly begin, a person’s physical and mental condition must be properly diagnosed. Then, we can tailor a program to meet their needs. Detox without medical assistance can be deadly. We recommend that it occur in a supervised, clinical environment.

When Detox Works Effectively

For detox treatments to work effectively, a patient has to be free of their addictive drugs or substance. We know that detox can be challenging for the patient, so we take special care in helping ease their discomfort. There are several options to consider: naturally assisted, and medically assisted. Naturally assisted detox uses natural ingredients that help to boost the body’s energy levels at the cellular level. Medically assisted detox employs medications that greatly help during the detox process. Opioid addictions may be treated with methadone, Suboxone, and naltrexone. Of course, successful treatment depends on the drug and level of addiction. It also depends on the individual’s will and need to break free of their addiction.

Clinically assisted detox is also essential because patients may be tempted to fall into relapse. Withdrawal symptoms can be intense and overwhelming as well. This is why we strive to alleviate withdrawal symptoms completely during the acute state of treatment. Once we get these withdrawal symptoms under control, we can focus on the type of long-term treatment and care that address lifestyle, and needed mental and behavioral changes.

Our Gifted Medical Staff

Our gifted and caring medical staff constantly monitors a patient’s condition through every stage of the withdrawal process. We can make needed changes and adjustments as needed. Clinical help depends on the level of addiction and the particular addictive drug in question. Withdrawal symptoms can include anything from nausea, elevated heart rate, chills, and seizures. Without the proper medical oversight and supervision, withdrawal can end up being deadly. We stress living as healthy a lifestyle as possible throughout the detoxification process.

What Rehab Services Include

Post detox support that treatment may include medications, meals, equine therapy, yoga, art, meditation, and counseling to help ensure a recovery that lasts. The goal is to help the patient re-discover important and meaningful things in life. What patients learn in their program can be leveraged in life. Patients have a higher chance of remaining free of drugs and alcohol if detox is accompanied and followed by programs that arm patients with skills and tools to modify unhealthy behavior.

Levels of Detox Intervention

We know that not everyone will require the same level of detox intervention. As such, there are general five types of detox treatment. Some people have the will to withdraw in the safety of their own home. Other people need to enroll in an inpatient program. Whatever the need, we have it covered. Your intake exam and assessment will help determine the type of detox recommended.

Level 1: Ambulatory Detox. This is one the least intensive detox levels. Patients can return home to combat their addiction. They must check in with their doctor on a daily basis.

Level 2: Extended Onsite Monitoring. Patients sleep at home every night, but can spend a significant amount of their day under medical observation.

Level 3: Clinically Managed Residential Detox. This occurs in a residential facility where staff members can keep an eye on the patient’s progress.

Level 4: Medically Monitored. Patients at this level require 24-hour monitoring in a detox clinical setting.

Level 5: Medically Managed and Supervised. This is the most intense level of detox, and requires a significant amount of medical monitoring. This has to be accomplished in a hospital-like setting.

At Sprout Health California Detox, we have the skilled and qualified clinicians who can address any type of drug or alcohol addiction. We have the knowledge, equipment and skills to tailor treatment plans to fit each individual’s needs. We know that no two addictions, or causes for addiction, are alike.

Seek the Help You or a Loved One Needs

If you or a loved one is need of addiction treatment, it is always better to get help sooner rather than later. We offer inpatient, outpatient, and individual or group counseling as well. Families, through family counseling, can be a great help in supporting their loved one through the challenges of detox and prolonged sobriety.


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Sprout Health California Detox will provide you the latest trends and current news about what is going on in the world today. This blog and article section will educate and distribute knowledge with true tale success stories of alumni, articles/news featuring those who are in treatment recovery, and those who triumphantly traveled the road to recovery are now helping others. The blogs and articles are to help educate those who are interested in going into treatment to be free from addiction and for families to help support their loved ones and educate themselves.

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