Why Choose Our Outpatient Detox Program?

Our outpatient difference is the opportunity to continue with your regular routine all while substances are safely leaving your system. Although you will be required to attend daily appointments at our Charlotte detox facility, you will be able to schedule these sessions around your work, school, or family schedule. After your check-in is complete, which includes having your vitals taken by a registered nurse, speaking with our counselors, and receiving medications, you are free to return home to continue your detox in a comfortable, familiar environment.

About Drug and Alcohol Outpatient Detox

Our drug and alcohol outpatient detox program is a substance abuse treatment option that has been meticulously created by our recovery experts to detox clients in an outpatient setting. Drug and alcohol addiction is a complicated problem with multiple approaches to rehabilitation. If you’re looking for industry-leading client care, you’re in luck! Our outpatient detox program at The Blanchard Institute provides a discreet resource for anyone needing relief from substance abuse disorders.

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Why Should You Consider Outpatient Detox?

Outpatient detox programs are available at The Blanchard Institute for those who must continue to work or have family obligations. It is intended for people who fit the outpatient detox program criteria and is a better option because it does not require a full-time stay in an inpatient detox program. Outpatient detox also provides those starting their recovery journey from substance dependence with some privacy. TBI expert counselors can assist you in making the right option for YOU.

What Is the Process of Outpatient Detox?

Our outpatient detox program begins with a thorough assessment by the medical experts at The Blanchard Institute. Doctors analyze several tests, vital signs, and the patient’s medical history to onboard a patient. At The Blanchard Institute, medication-assisted treatment is available. Once the individual’s detox type is confirmed, they are provided medicinal treatment for withdrawal symptoms in conjunction with clinical counseling sessions. The Blanchard Institute will give each client an addiction treatment plan following the end of detox treatment. Depending on the individual patient’s needs, this may include referrals to either an intense or a less intensive substance abuse treatment program.

We take pride in our work and have many of our patients that have gone through our outpatient detox program with success. Our goal is to help those looking for freedom from drugs and alcohol to get that freedom with the assistance of our expertise. If you or a family member you know is addicted to drugs or alcohol, we are happy to help.

Drug and Alcohol Outpatient Detox

Outpatient detox is normally available to anyone who is not suffering from a long-term, serious addiction. Furthermore, seeking treatment has never been easier if a person is abusing substances such as alcohol or opioids. We offer outpatient treatment plans at different levels. This allows our patients to remain in their homes overnight.

If you believe you are eligible for outpatient detox, we can assist you in making that determination. At The Blanchard Institute, we will always strive to work with you to create the best-structured detox plan possible but keep in mind that we prioritize what is best for your long-term recovery.

The customized drug and alcohol outpatient detox program at The Blanchard Institute can last up to a week, depending on various circumstances. When detoxing from many narcotics, such as benzodiazepines or heroin, your detox may continue significantly longer. Your detox duration and experience will vary depending on factors such as metabolism, gender, and age. We must also evaluate a person’s history of addiction. How long have they been addicted? Another consideration is if they have any underlying mental health disorders. Everyone’s withdrawal process is unique.

Most insurance plans cover additional treatment under new and updated healthcare rules. With the continued push for healthcare reform, the number of people seeking addiction treatment for alcohol or substance abuse disorders could double in the coming years. Because that is now the insurance trend, it is now easier than ever to obtain treatment, including outpatient rehab.

Of course, you will need to check with your insurance provider to ensure coverage. All insurances differ in the coverage they cover and the types of procedures. Be sure to call your provider to find out more.

The Blanchard Institute outpatient detox programs could be ideal for you or a loved one. We encourage anyone ready to change their life for the better. Looking for sobriety? Look no further. We are here to help you achieve that and more. 

No significant commitments would prevent a person from seeking therapy, and the person’s life will not be disrupted. They can carry on with their everyday obligations while receiving the assistance they require and gaining tools to promote a more fulfilling existence.

Alcohol detox can be quite harmful in many circumstances, if done without the proper supervision. To keep the patient safe, medical detox is nearly always essential. Vomiting, convulsions, and tremors are all possible symptoms. Most detox centers will advocate inpatient detox in order to reduce any hazards related to alcohol detox. If a patient qualifies, outpatient detox is an option.

Medication-assisted treatment can be utilized as an outpatient detox option, depending on the addiction treatment clinic and what medical specialists deem beneficial. To ensure that an outpatient form of detox is safe, the patient’s level of alcohol abuse must be extensively examined.

The most frequent type of addiction that prompts people to seek treatment is alcoholism. After completing alcohol detox, a person might proceed to an alcohol abuse disorder addiction treatment program.

During amphetamine withdrawals, patients experience flu-like symptoms, sweating and fatigue, and overall cognitive deterioration. Many patients express feelings of depression as well. Stimulant abuse is most usually related to mental health problems. As a result, patients experiencing severe amphetamine withdrawal will need assistance from a professional detoxing program.

Symptoms of opioid withdrawal include delusions, sleeplessness, muscle cramps, hot flashes, nausea, and digestive issues, to name a few. Opioid detox, like alcohol detox, is critical in breaking physical dependence. 

With this type of addiction, it is very common to be a part of our partial hospitalization program or intensive outpatient program. Working with people with opioid issues requires specialized care. This type of addiction will need more monitoring and, most of the time, medical assistance throughout the detox. If you have questions or concerns regarding your opioid addiction and what detox would look like, give us a call. 

Because this prescription medicine also induces severe withdrawal symptoms, benzo detox usually necessitates a tapering strategy.   Benzo withdrawal symptoms might include potentially fatal seizures, delusions, sleeplessness, and cognitive deterioration. When trying to get off of Benzos, you need to reach out to The Blanchard Institute for help.

Compared to other narcotics, marijuana withdrawal symptoms are quite mild. In general, the individual will experience worry and irritability. They may also notice a change in their activity level and appetite. Marijuana detox is nearly always available as an outpatient therapy option.

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