At Ethan Crossing of Springfield, we offer a safe, controlled environment for detox. Our medical professionals provide support as well as accountability. This prevents relapse while at the same time ensures that our patients do not experience any medical complications arising from withdrawal.
Patients in our detox program live on-site in our recovery center. We provide a range of amenities and services to help our guests feel as comfortable as possible during their time in treatment. A fitness center, lounge and game rooms, and peaceful residences ensure that you’ll finish treatment as the healthiest version of yourself.
In addition, we provide therapy and counseling for those who are going through detox. This time can be challenging. Group therapy can provide you with a network of support for your time in detox, and individual therapy can be a safe space for you to work through the underlying causes of addiction.
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At Ethan Crossing, we believe in healing the whole person. Our treatment modalities are patient-centered, where a patient has a voice in their care. We also provide trauma-informed care so that we can get to the root of the problem and set up a patient for lifelong recovery. Contact us today to learn more.
Drug & Alcohol Detox Programs In Springfield Ohio
When you choose Ethan Crossing Recovery, you expect a high level of support at our substance abuse treatment center in Springfield, Ohio. We are with you throughout your entire journey. We have designed our facility so you feel both safe and comfortable during your stay. Additionally, we offer a calm room for dissimulation, wellness services, and a game and lounge area. Our team treats addiction alongside co-occurring mental health needs. This allows us to set you up for success at every step of your treatment journey.
- Xanax Detox
- Alcohol Detox
- Prescription Painkiller Detox
- Heroin Detox
- Prescription Painkiller Detox
- Cocaine Detox Protocols
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Drug And Alcohol Detox Process
The first step in medical detox is to find out which substances are circulating in the patient’s bloodstream, and determine their mental state. This all happens during the initial assessment where the treatment team meets and scheduels the tapering schedule and appropriate therapy protocols. The patient is then guided through the process of detoxification, which may be done with or without medications to help to comfort negative withdrawal systems.
The final step of detoxification is to prepare the patient for the recovery process. Drug detoxification only deals with the physical dependency and addiction to drugs but does not address the psychological aspects of drug addiction. Inpatient rehab is the next step of the treatment continuum of care.
For some substance use disorders, medication is necessary to help manage cravings, deal with withdrawal symptoms, and stabilize a patient’s mental state. We offer a medication-assisted detox program using a variety of medications to assist patients in gradually overcoming the physical symptoms of addiction.
Detox Safety Protocols
Deciding to get help with addiction is the first step toward healing. The next step is going through the withdrawal process, which can be a difficult and painful time. The safest way to do this is with a medical detox program at a drug detox center. With medical staff on hand 24/7, you’ll have access to top-notch medical care at all times.
Symptoms Treated During Detox
Drugs and alcohol change your body’s brain chemistry. Therefore, when you stop using drugs, this causes severe physical, emotional, and psychological effects on your body and brain. Some of these symptoms include:
- Irregular heartbeat
- Nausea or vomiting
Start Detox Today In Springfield Ohio
At Ethan Crossing Recovery Center, we are happy to provide you with the level of care that fits your needs. If you need to stay with your family, we understand. Above all, we will help you learn the triggers and root causes of your addiction. Then, our therapists and counselors can guide you to the skills and behaviors that lead to lifelong sobriety. Start the admissions process today.