Do I Need Medical Detox, Rehab or Both?

Individuals struggling with drug and or alcohol addiction who are seeking treatment for the first time often do not know whether or not they need medical detox, rehab, or both. The same goes for those looking for treatment facilities for a struggling loved one.

Generally speaking, those who are chemically and physically dependent on a substance will require some type of detox and rehab. Detox is often required to clear toxins from the body before the individual is to attend an addiction rehab program. Medically supervised detox is designed to safely manage the withdrawal symptoms that follow drug or alcohol cessation.

There are individuals who might not require medical detox before attending a rehab program. The deciding factors for the need for detox are the substance of abuse, how much, how often, and how long the person has been abusing the drug of choice.

If you or someone you love is struggling with addiction, get help. Florida Center for Recovery is here to answer questions you have about detox, treatment programs, and recovery. There’s no obligation and your call is completely confidential.

Reach out to us. Florida Center for Recovery has been providing onsite detox, comprehensive addiction treatment, and aftercare programming since 2002.

Contact us at  800-851-3291, chat with us using the chat button on our website, or simply fill out our contact form for answers to your questions.

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Family Addiction Recovery

What is Florida Model of Addiction Treatment?

Health Insurance and Addiction Treatment

Choosing Where to Go for Rehab – Part I

Choosing Where to Go for Rehab – Part II

Understanding Addiction

Addiction: Treatment and Discharge

Communicating with a Loved One Who is Struggling with Addiction