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Drug & Alcohol Detox in New Jersey


Drugs and alcohol leave you feeling too fuzzy and sick to participate in therapy or manage your daily life. But every time you try to quit, you feel even worse, so you relapse. Does this sound familiar? 

Boca Recovery Center can help you break the cycle of quitting and relapsing with a evidence-based, compassionate detox program for drug and alcohol abuse. 

Medical Detox Centers for Addiction Treatment in New Jersey 

After long-term exposure to drugs or alcohol, your brain cells change. When you try to quit drug or alcohol use, those adjustments cause physical and mental distress. You physically can’t stop because your brain cells won’t let you do so, and as a result you’ll experience withdrawal symptoms. Medical detox is different. 

Boca Recovery Center in New Jersey offers medications, fluid therapy, nutritional support, and more to help you adjust to sobriety slowly, safely, and compassionately. 

If you’ve used drugs like alcohol, heroin, or benzodiazepines, addiction treatment at Boca Recovery Center could save your life. A cold turkey quit at home could lead to severe withdrawal symptoms and  life-threatening complications.[1] You won’t face them in a science-based program under carefully monitored  medical supervision.

Substances That Require Medical Detox 

Anyone could benefit from effective substance abuse treatment. It’s never easy to stop using drugs, especially without a proper drug detox process. However, some substances cause severe brain changes, and quitting them at home could lead to life-threatening complications and more severe symptoms. 

If you’ve used the following medications, you need a medical detox and professional help at Boca Recovery Center:

  • Alcohol: Within about 48 hours of quitting, many people develop alcohol-related seizures.[2]
  • Benzodiazepines: Within 2 to 10 days of quitting, some people develop seizures or psychotic symptoms.[1]
  • Opioids: Withdrawal can lead to life-threatening dehydration and high blood pressure.[3]
  • Amphetamines: Drugs like cocaine and Ritalin can lead to severe depression when you try to quit suddenly.[1]

Drug & Alcohol Detox at Boca Recovery Center in New Jersey

Quitting drugs and alcohol isn’t easy, but it shouldn’t be a punishment. At Boca Recovery Center in New Jersey, you can get proven treatments for withdrawal in a safe, comfortable, monitored treatment center. 

Your addiction treatment team has decades of experience in helping people overcome drug and alcohol abuse. You’re not just a number or statistic. Your team will design an individualized treatment program just for you. And you’ll have access to professional help around the clock to ensure you get better and avoid relapse. 

What to Expect at Boca Recovery Center in New Jersey

Your drug and alcohol treatment program at Boca Recovery Center in New Jersey begins with an assessment of your drug use, mental health and therapy history. Then, your custom addiction treatment program will begin. 

Your team will administer and prescribe medications, offer nutritious meals, and monitor your progress to ensure effective treatment. If you’re not getting better, your treatment plan can shift and morph to suit you. Professionals will carefully monitor the entire process to ensure you get just what you need. 

When you’re feeling stronger in recovery, you’ll transition to inpatient rehab at Boca Recovery Center in New Jersey. Therapy sessions will give you the tools you need to stay sober for a lifetime. And you’ll be surrounded by comfort and beauty in our addiction treatment facility, located right by the Jersey Shore. 

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Medically Reviewed By Dr. Alison Tarlow

Dr. Alison Tarlow is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in the States of Florida and Pennsylvania, and a Certified Addictions Professional (CAP). She has been a practicing psychologist for over 15 years. Sh... Read More

Updated December 16, 2023
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