Medical stabilization (detox) is for adults who are currently suffering from withdrawal symptoms from drugs or alcohol. Medical stabilization manages physical symptoms of withdrawal in a safe way. This process can last between three days up to a week.
Outpatient SUD Treatment allows the person to stay home and continue with a normal routine. Outpatient treatment most often is more affordable.
Inpatient SUD Treatment, also known as residential treatment, allows the patient to live in the facility. This treatment is often more expensive.
Facilities that provide safe housing and supportive, structured living conditions for people exiting drug rehabilitation programs. SLHs serve as a transitional environment between such programs and mainstream society.
Medications are used to treat substance use disorder, opioid use disorder, and alcohol use disorder as well as sustain recovery.
Support groups help those in recovery by connecting people together facing the same obstacles in recovery. There are many types of support groups each with their own program. Recovery is not a "one size fits all'' model, the person in recovery may need to try different ones to feel comfortable.
A medication used to reverse an opioid overdose.