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Drug Detox

Drug addiction isn't a moral or ethical condition. It's a chronic medical condition that results from changes in the brain to individuals that have a pre disposition or are susceptible.

Cutting off the supply abruptly leads to opioid withdrawal symptoms. Symptoms of opioid withdrawal are intensely unpleasant, and people will do almost anything to avoid it.

A medically monitored detox is necessary to ensure you are comfortable and do not suffer any of the symptoms associated with withdraw. Medications are used to prevent symptoms of opioid withdrawal during detox, easing you out of physical dependence:

Drugs will be used in your detox such as Buprenorphine and Naloxone. They may also be combined with Naltrexone and may include Zubsolv, Bunavail, Suboxone and traditional therapies like Methadone. The length of detox depends on many factors and how well you respond. Detox can typically last from 3 -5 days.

Addiction leads to real changes in certain areas of the brain. Prescription drug addiction alters the circuits responsible for mood and "reward" behaviors. Naltrexone, ReVia, Vivitrol are opiate receptor-blocking medications used in maintenance therapy for narcotic addiction once detox is completed.


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Alcohol Detox

Alcohol detox is an important preliminary step in the management of alcoholism. It is a medically supervised period of alcohol withdrawal. During this period, a doctor will administer medications to control symptoms, and you will be monitored 24/7 by health professionals to ensure your safety.

Medical management of alcohol withdrawal for people who are alcohol dependent is often necessary, because the symptoms of withdrawal can be dangerous and can even lead to death. They can include:

  • Sweats
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Tremors
  • Anxiety
  • Agitation
  • Paranoia
  • Hallucinations
  • Seizures

Not everyone has all these symptoms, and symptom can range from mild to severe. Typically, alcohol detoxification may last a few days to more than a week. Detox is an important and necessary preparation for treatment.

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Inpatient Treatment

To start a successful inpatient treatment program you first need to remove yourself from your environment. Travelling outside your area even your state may be necessary. You need a fresh start away from the people places and things that are tied to your addiction.

Inpatient programs range from 30, 60, and 90 days. Some may last even longer depending on your individual needs and progress. Based on scientific research the following key principles should form the basis of any effective treatment program:

  • You’re an Individual with unique needs, no single treatment is right for everyone.
  • Effective treatment addresses all of your needs, not just your drug or alcohol abuse.
  • Staying in treatment long enough is critical.
  • Counseling and other behavioral therapies are essential forms of treatment.
  • Medications are an important part of treatment, especially when combined with behavioral therapies.
  • Treatment plans must be reviewed often and modified to fit your changing needs.
  • Evaluation and treatment for co-occurring mental health issues such as depression and anxiety must be addressed.
  • Medically assisted detoxification is only the first stage of treatment.
  • Long term follow up care to prevent relapse is essential in life long sobriety

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Outpatient Treatment

Today’s cutting edge treatment centers offer a range of care tailored to an individual’s unique needs. Once completed, follow-up options are crucial to success. Treatment should include both medical and mental health services as needed. Follow-up care may include community or family-based recovery support systems.

Outpatient care is the next step after completing a treatment program. An outpatient program allows you to work or attend school. If you have a career, school or family obligations, a day or evening outpatient program will make it easier for you to manage your recovery.

Outpatient programs are typically three times a week, as well as, individual therapy 1-2 times a week. Individual Patient progress is evaluated as you proceed through the program. With the assistance of a therapist a you can both decide when you are ready for the next phase of your clean and sober life.

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Who We Are

Clean and Sober Life is made up of people just like you. We come from all walks of life with one common purpose .We all share the same passion for helping people struggling with addiction. Some of us have had our own families affected by addiction. We know addiction doesn’t discriminate and can affect anyone at any time.

Clean and Sober Life is a free drug and alcohol advocacy platform that matches individuals with the right treatment the first time.

We work with individuals, families and insurance companies in 47 States.

Clean and Sober Life advocates listen to your unique situation. We work with your insurance carrier to match you with a treatment program, or facility that best meets your needs.

We present treatment solutions designed to stop the cycle of drug and alcohol addiction the first time.

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