Detoxification Services

Through the woodsOur goal is to provide a safe place where men, women, and their children can begin their journey to successful recovery. CoRR’s residential programs provide a highly structured and supportive environment facilitated by a multi-disciplinary staff of certified alcohol and drug counselors, licensed therapists, social workers, and medical staff.

Many individuals come to Community Recovery Resources in need of detoxification from alcohol or other drugs. CoRR’s Residential Treatment programs offer detox programs for alcohol, opiates, sedatives, cannabis, cocaine and methamphetamine. Sub-acute detoxification services are provided around-the-clock and are supervised by a MD Addictionologist.  Treatment is necessitated and determined by medical evaluation. Detoxification is the process of removing a toxic substance or substances away from the body, a result of longtime alcohol and/or drug abuse. Qualified staff helps our guests detoxify quickly and with as little discomfort as possible so they may gain the full benefit of counseling and therapy. Upon intake, our admission team will arrange a complete evaluation focusing on medical history, as well as physical history of addiction with our Medical Director.

Based on this evaluation, an individualized detoxification plan may be implemented. This plan is designed to ensure that the individual experience is as comfortable, safe, and as pain-free as possible. Detoxing guests may attend counseling groups if they are stable and feel well enough to interact with others. CoRR’s staff provides continuous monitoring and recommendations for additional levels of care.

Individuals may transition seamlessly into a residential program designed for 30-90 days stays which include, individual psychotherapy, recreation and exercise, nutritional planning, individual and group counseling, case management services and health services. In our gender specific residential program for women parenting mothers with 0-12 year old children may have up to two of their children accompany them.

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