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Understanding Sub-Acute Detox
What is Sub Acute Detox?
- Sub-acute detox is a less intensive level of care than acute detoxification. It’s designed for individuals who do not require round-the-clock medical supervision. This approach is ideal for patients with a lower risk of severe withdrawal symptoms or those who have already undergone an initial phase of detoxification.
The Difference Between Acute and Sub-Acute Detox
- Acute Detox: Medical supervision 24/7, for patients at risk of life-threatening withdrawal symptoms. Typically used for severe addictions.
- Sub-Acute Detox: Less intensive, with periodic medical monitoring. Suitable for those with a mild to moderate dependency or after initial acute detox phase.
Substances Addressed at New Life
- Fentanyl & Opioids: Tailoring treatments to combat the highly addictive nature of these substances, addressing both physical and psychological dependencies.
- Heroin: Focused on overcoming the challenges of heroin withdrawal and paving the way for long-term recovery.
- Alcohol: Addressing the complexities of alcohol dependency, from initial detox to long-term sobriety strategies.
- Tranquilizers (Trank) and Benzodiazepines (Benzos): Specialized care plans for these substances, known for their challenging withdrawal phases.
Comprehensive Care for Mental Health
- Understanding the intersection of addiction and mental health, our approach integrates psychological support and therapy to address issues like depression, anxiety, and other co-occurring disorders.
Managing Withdrawal Symptoms
- Our team provides continuous support to manage and mitigate withdrawal symptoms, ensuring a safe and more comfortable detox process.
Why Choose New Life Medical Addiction Detox Center?
- Personalized Care: Tailored treatment plans to meet individual needs.
- Expert Team: Experienced professionals in addiction medicine and mental health.
- Supportive Environment: A healing atmosphere that fosters recovery and well-being.
24/7 Addiction Hotline: 856-200-3127
- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
- National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)
- American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM)
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