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Medical Drug & Alcohol Detox in Texas

Medical Drug DetoxQuitting an addiction to alcohol, prescription painkillers, or drugs without medical assessment and evaluation can cause significant and potentially life-threatening complications That’s why Right Step offers inpatient and outpatient detox tailored to each individual’s unique needs and physician recommendations.
Our experienced and compassionate medical staff provides quality drug detox and alcohol detox services and the supportive environment clients need to recover from drug and alcohol addictions. We specialize in:
·    Alcohol detox
·    Benzo detox
·    Opiate detox
·    Polysubstance detox

 


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Inpatient Detox

People who have experienced detox before, tried it on their own, or are afraid of feeling bad due to withdrawal symptoms are good candidates for inpatient detox treatment. Also, if potentially life-threatening complications are present, such as delirium tremens, hallucinations, hypertensive crisis, or seizure, inpatient detox will help ensure the best results. Our physicians are experts in the field of addiction and use the most current medications, including Suboxone® and Campral®, to relieve the uncomfortable symptoms that some people experience when they try to give up drugs or alcohol.
The detox phase usually lasts three to five days, after which your treatment team will recommend the next level of care. Whenever possible, drug rehab treatment will begin during this phase, and you might start completing workbook assignments and/or attending group meetings or individual sessions.
Each person who enters a Right Step facility for inpatient detoxification is given individualized treatment and high-quality medical care. Our medical staff will work with you, monitor you, and assist with your individual needs.

Inpatient Detox Locations

Inpatient detox is offered at the following locations:

Outpatient Detox

Outpatient detox, or ambulatory detoxification as it is clinically known, is an option for clients who are dependent on alcohol and other drugs, have moderate symptoms of withdrawal, and need less structure to stay sober. Clients who complete outpatient drug detoxification receive medical supervision on a daily basis; however, they are able to remain at home and continue with school, work, and other activities.
Our outpatient alcohol detox program in Texas features cutting-edge medical treatment. Our success with medications such as Campral®, naltrexone, and Vivitrol® has helped clients reduce their cravings for alcohol and enhanced their chances of enjoying lasting recovery.
Our outpatient opiate detox program is also state-of-the-art. Right Step’s use of Suboxone® for opiate detox has proven to be very successful.  Even in severe cases, clients have been able to recover and achieve a better quality of life after they leave Right Step.


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Outpatient Detox Locations

Outpatient detox is currently offered at the following locations in Texas:

· Baytown
· Beaumont
· Houston Northline

What to Expect in Outpatient Detox

Outpatient detox typically lasts five to 10 days and meets for a minimum of three hours and a maximum of five hours daily, with the longest days being the days you are admitted and discharged. You will be assessed by the nurse and the licensed chemical dependency counselor to determine eligibility.
If outpatient detox is right for you, the medical director will meet with you and complete a medical history and physical exam, determine medication and protocols, and authorize admission to outpatient detoxification treatment. Each day you will be seen by the nurse and the counselor to monitor your progress and to ensure your needs are being met.
During alcohol or outpatient detox, you will be prescribed medications to reduce the symptoms of withdrawal. You will return to our drug rehab center daily, where we will evaluate your progress, administer your medications, check your vital signs, and monitor the detox process. You will also attend individual and group counseling sessions to begin addressing the issues underlying your alcohol or drug abuse. There are no group sessions held on Sundays; only vital signs, medication, and detox monitoring will be performed.
It is important to note that outpatient detox is NOT a stand-alone program or service. It must be combined with outpatient treatment. While in outpatient detox the treatment team, consisting of the licensed counselor, nurse, and physician, will assist you in determining the next step in the process of recovery.

Outpatient Detox: What is it?

Outpatient Detox, or Ambulatory Detoxification as it is clinically known, is an option for clients who are dependent on alcohol and other drugs, have moderate signs/symptoms of withdrawal, and for clients who need less structure. Clients who undergo Outpatient Detoxification receive medical supervision on a daily basis; however, they are able to remain at home and continue with school, work, and other activities.


Struggling with drug or alcohol addiction?
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Is Outpatient Detox the Right Choice for You?

Outpatient Detox, five to ten days in length, meets for a minimum of three hours and a maximum of five hours daily with the longest days being the days you are admitted and discharged. You will be assessed by the nurse and the licensed chemical dependency counselor to determine eligibility. Following this, the medical director will meet with you and complete a medical history and physical exam, determine medication and protocols needed, and authorize admission to Outpatient Detoxification treatment. Each day you will be seen by the nurse and the counselor in order to determine your progress in the program and to determine if you have further needs.
If it is determined that Outpatient Detox is appropriate, you will be prescribed the appropriate medications to reduce the symptoms of withdrawal. You will then return to the facility daily where your progress will be evaluated, medications administered, vital signs taken, and detox monitoring is completed. You will also attend individual counseling and group counseling sessions to begin addressing the underlying issues surrounding your alcohol or drug abuse. There are no group sessions held on Sundays; only vital signs, medication and detox monitoring will be performed.
It is important to note that Outpatient Detox, is NOT a stand-alone program or service and must be combined with outpatient treatment. While in Outpatient Detox the treatment team, consisting of the licensed counselor, nurse, and physician, will assist you in determining the next step in the process of recovery. Outpatient Detox is an important first step in the process of recovery from the disease of addiction, whether it is alcoholism, drug addiction or a combination of chemical addictions.