The second step in the recovery journey is detoxing; the process of letting the body remove the substances in it. The purpose of a detox is to safely manage withdrawal symptoms when someone stops taking drugs or alcohol. In case you’re wondering, the first step is acknowledging that help is required.
We are often asked “how long does it take to detox?”. The length of withdrawal depends on a number of contributing factors; duration of addiction, type of substance, frequency, amount and ways of consumption. Also taking into consideration are the biological factors; family history, genetic makeup and health and mental health conditions. Importantly we’ve been there before and we’re committed to support you on your journey.
This is what we do:
• Withdrawal management from alcohol and/or drugs
• Supporting clients holistically through the detoxification process
• 24-hour personal care and companionship throughout the process
• Provide a private safe facility
• Professional medical staff
• Offering multiple length treatment options
• Provide direct connection with a 30-day treatment programme options
• Offer in-home after treatment support, on an individual one on one basis
Quite simply we are ‘Detox Coaches’ during what we consider to be the most important decision of your life. A decision to live life without the need of alcohol or other drugs.
Each program with us is tailor made to suit the individual, we don’t put people in boxes nor do we have labels. Everyone is unique and so is the service we offer to you.
If you or someone you care about need our support, contact us so we can organise an assessment and start your recovery journey together. Contact Us