Outpatient Drug Detox
Intensive Outpatient Drug Detox Program
When Intensive inpatient care is not needed, a patient may undergo the intensive outpatient program (IOP) that includes a carefully planned, custom detox process for the individual to carry out themselves.
The Detox Craze in Modern Diets
Nowadays on Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter, Facebook, and even on popular dieting blogs, people are patronizing the popular “detox” diets. They swear that by eating one certain fruit for a week or nothing but juice for three days, you are ridding your entire body of the harmful toxins that are undoubtedly causing your body harm and keeping you from losing weight.
These diets and health craze “detoxes” are not to be confused with the careful and meticulous detox methods used to wean patients off of drugs and alcohol.
Serious, life-threatening addictions should be detoxed with the 24/7 supervision of a medical professional at a live-in treatment center. However, addictions that aren’t chronic or life-threatening can be overseen in an intensive outpatient program.
It is important to have a detox plan that is created and monitored by an experienced professional. The detox process is not just about ridding your body of the drugs and alcohol; it’s about doing it in a way that won’t’ be harmful or lead to relapse.
When involved in an addiction to substance abuse, your body has become dependent on the substance and needs to be weaned off with the proper medication and careful planning. During this time your body will go through the symptoms of withdrawal, and it will be a very challenging and trying process.
We understand the difficulty of recovering and Sprout Health Florida’s IOP process focuses on making the detox as comfortable and effective as possible. Throughout the entire process, you will have professionals assisting you backed by support from the entire staff here.
Not Detox Alone
Years of experience have taught us that detox alone is not the answer to overcoming addiction. We provide therapeutic tools and methods to each patient we provide for because we know that by solving the underlying problem we will be able to treat the addiction without relapse and without the need to start the whole process over again.