Arizona Medical Detox Facility

Medically monitored Alcohol and Drug Detox Programs

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Alcohol Detox

As a medically monitored detox campus, Buena Vista helps ease patients through the alcohol withdrawal process while ensuring their safety. Medication may be prescribed.

Drug Detox

Our medical detox program for drug addiction helps patients safely manage the acute physical symptoms of drug withdrawal. Medication may be prescribed.

Confidential, Patient-Focused Medical Detox Campus

Buena Vista offers caring, medically supervised drug and alcohol detoxification services for patients suffering from the disease of addiction. Patients must undergo a medical detox program to rid the body of any chemical toxins, alcohol and drugs before addiction recovery begins in earnest.

As an inpatient medical detox facility in Arizona, we provide medically monitored detox under the guidance of our board-certified physicians and highly qualified team of nurses. Our mission is to supervise our patients through a safe and as comfortable as possible drug and alcohol abuse detoxification process.

WHY IS A MEDICALLY MONITORED ALCOHOL DETOX IMPORTANT?

It can feel impossible to stop drinking once an addiction has formed, and trying to do so on your own can be dangerous or even deadly. The intensity and potential dangers of an alcohol detox depend on many factors, including:

The amount of alcohol you abuse.

How long have you been misusing alcohol.

Your physical characteristics and make-up

Any existing medical conditions

You can minimize your withdrawal symptoms by choosing Buena Vista’s medically supervised alcohol detox in Arizona. Our specialists can help ease any pain, discomfort, or intense cravings you feel during the process. Depending on the severity and history of alcohol abuse, some of the withdrawal symptoms you experience may include:

  • Delirium tremens (DTs)
  • Seizures
  • Depression
  • Headaches
  • Hallucinations
  • Tremors (shakes)
  • Anxiety
  • Extreme perspiration
  • Agitation
  • Nausea/vomiting
  • Insomnia

BENEFITS OF A PROFESSIONAL ALCOHOL DETOX CENTER

There are many benefits of seeking treatment at a professional alcohol detox center instead of going at it alone, including:

Reduced withdrawal symptoms

Less intense alcohol cravings

A safer detox processes.

Minimized risk of ongoing alcohol abuse or relapse

Improved ability to think clearly and focus on recovery.

Without medical assistance in the detox process, you may become more likely to drink to reduce painful withdrawal symptoms or intense cravings. At worst, you may drink excessively to feel better faster, increasing the risk of an overdose.

WHAT CAUSES ALCOHOL WITHDRAWAL? 

Alcohol has a depressive effect on the body and brain function. It physically changes the way your nerves communicate with one another. With extended and excessive use, your body constantly adjusts to the presence of alcohol, requiring your brain to work harder, more frequently.

When you suddenly quit or significantly reduce your alcohol consumption, your system goes into shock as it frantically tries to re-balance the chemicals in your brain on its own, causing withdrawal symptoms.

Depending on how much you drank and how long, mild symptoms can occur within six hours after your last drink. By 12 to 48 hours post-drink, you may start experiencing more serious symptoms. Severe and life-threatening symptoms can persist for up to 72 hours from your last drink.

The length of stay for this treatment ranges from two to 10 days, depending on the complexity of the detoxification interventions. Interventions in our inpatient medical detox campus in Arizona include completing an initial assessment, monitoring the patient’s detoxification, and implementing a health teaching component in the immediate post-withdrawal period.

DETOX SERVICES PROVIDED BY BUENA VISTA

  • The highest level of care available
  • 24-hour medically monitored withdrawal, detoxification and stabilization
  • A secure and comfortable medical detox campus with private rooms
  • A structured program with proven results
  • Comprehensive long-term treatment and transition planning
  • Personalized gourmet meals
  • Inpatient detoxification at our medical detox center
  • Short-term inpatient rehabilitation
  • 2 – 10 days duration

WHAT ARE THE NEXT STEPS AFTER AN ALCOHOL DETOX?

Detox addresses only the physical aspects of addiction. After you successfully get through alcohol detox treatment, you want to continue your lifelong journey to full recovery and long-term sobriety.

Buena Vista offers a range of rehabilitative services at our alcohol detox center for people in state and out of state to help them understand the causes of their addiction and continue their battle against alcohol abuse. Our services include individual and group therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, counseling, and professional monitoring.

WHY BUENA VISTA?

At Buena Vista, we prioritize your health and safety through an individualized care approach. Our physicians and counselors are available 24 hours a day to help keep you out of danger, minimize the symptoms you’re experiencing, and discuss your treatment options following the detox.

 

Additionally, we provide greater care, support, and comfort with:

Private inpatient rooms with Netflix access for downtime

Daily visits with your doctor

Gourmet meals and snacks

Master-level, licensed therapists

Smoking is permitted for patients 21 and older.

Individual case managers

Regular individual therapy sessions

Assistance with transportation

Aftercare planning

HOW CAN I LEARN MORE ABOUT THE BUENA VISTA ALCOHOL DETOX CENTER?

Learning more about our treatment options, including our alcohol detox program, can benefit you or a loved one struggling with alcohol addiction. We’ll provide you with the details and tools needed to make an informed decision as to whether our programs align with your needs.

 If you’d like more information about one of our treatment programs, here are your next steps:

To learn more about our professional, medical drug detox in Arizona, click here or contact us to get started today.

FAQ

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What Are the Benefits of a Medical Detox?

There are many long-term benefits of choosing a medical detox, including:

  • Higher long-term success rates compared to going at it alone
  • A drug and alcohol-free environment, preventing relapse during detoxification
  • Access to withdrawal medications to ease painful and severe withdrawal symptoms
  • A safer, healthier, and more comfortable detox
  • Structured daily routines
  • Treatment for co-occurring medical and mental health conditions
  • Access to 24/7 medical care
  • Simple transition into ongoing treatment programs

What Happens After Detox?

Committing to a medical detox in Arizona is the first step toward breaking the cycle of addiction. After you complete the detox process, we’ll help you transition into your ongoing personalized treatment, whether inpatient or outpatient, to help you achieve your goal of long-term sobriety.

We strongly recommend ongoing treatment after every detox because it significantly decreases the risk of relapse. During treatment, you’ll learn valuable coping tools, build your support network, and address issues that led to your drug or alcohol abuse.

Will My Insurance Cover a Medical Detox in Arizona?

Buena Vista is in-network for most insurers. However, you can check our Insurance Verification page or speak with us directly to confirm your coverage. In the rare instance that our medical detox center is not in-network for your insurance, we’ll help you find placement within your network.

Accreditation by the Joint Commission is considered the gold standard in health care.

Begin Your Medical Detox
at Buena Vista

Are you ready to take the first step in breaking free of addiction and regaining control of your life? From your first contact to treatment to aftercare, Buena Vista is here to provide compassionate support throughout your journey to sobriety.

Reach out to our experts today to learn more about our medical detox services and create a treatment plan that will best help you on the path to recovery.