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Inpatient Detoxification - Alcohol and Drug Treatment Programs - Challis, ID.

Inpatient detoxification is suggested when a person is withdrawing from drugs or alcohol because there may be risks involved. While in an inpatient detoxification facility in Challis clients are closely checked for withdrawal symptoms which could bring about health risks or even death in more serious cases. a person with alcoholism for example would need to be observed closely and likely administered specific prescription medications that would prevent seizures and delirium tremens. Prescription benzodiazepine withdrawal is another example that can bring about very similar symptoms, and nurses and doctors in the inpatient detoxification facility would keep them safe.

There is not an exact process for each client in detoxification, because of the unique health differences that each person exhibits when arriving to detox. Someone who is basically physically and mentally healthy may undergo detox for 4 or 5 days and be released without much medical intervention, while another person may need to have intensive treatment and intervention for 7 to 10 days or more. Safety is of the greatest concern, and also a transition to treatment for individuals who need to attend an actual substance abuse rehabilitation center once detoxification is finished. Many detox facilities collaborate with drug rehabilitation programs to make this transition possible, since detox is merely the first step in a much more comprehensive treatment plan for recovering addicts.

There are 1 Alcohol and Drug Rehab Facilities offering this service in Challis, ID

  • Rainbows End Recovery Center LLC
    25341 Highway 93
    Challis, ID. 83226

    Treatment Services Offered:
    Inpatient Detoxification

    Payment Forms Accepted:
    Private Health Insurance
    Cash or Self Payment

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