Addiction recovery begins with medical detox. Medications lessen your withdrawal symptoms, and around-the-clock supervision ensures you don’t relapse to drug use during this vulnerable time. Rather than struggling alone at home, surrounded by temptation, you’ll be surrounded by caring staff members who are dedicated to your health and recovery.
Since 2016, Boca Raton Recovery Center has provided safe, effective, medically proven treatment plans for people struggling with addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders. Start your recovery with a medical detox plan, and transition into follow-up care to preserve your sobriety.
Our staff collaborates on all aspects of patient care, ensuring you get treatment for your mind, body, and spirit during medical detox. We don’t just treat your withdrawal symptoms. We also help you to find the motivation to stay sober for a lifetime.
We only use evidence-based care models in our treatment plans, ensuring that every form of therapy you get is as effective, tested, and safe as it can be.
The first step of medical detox is an evaluation for the presence of drugs and alcohol in your bloodstream. You’ll also be assessed for co-occurring medical and mental health disorders. The Boca Recovery Center treatment team will use this information to guide your medical detox process and subsequent treatment plan.
You’ll receive several detox interventions and modalities, such as withdrawal medications, supportive care like intravenous fluids, and mental health support. The goal of this stage is to:
Medical detox is just the initial step on the continuum of addiction care. Once substances have been cleared from your system and you are stable, our treatment team will help prepare you to transition into comprehensive substance abuse treatment—whether that’s an inpatient or outpatient program.
Medical detox programs allow you to step away from your stressors and responsibilities to focus on your health and healing. It’s a compassionate, effective way to start your journey to sobriety. These are just a few of the benefits of medical detox:
"Being the first client to go through Boca Recovery Center, I can honestly say it was the best decision of my life. I have never been in a facility where every person working there treats you as if you are their family and is there for you every step of the way. It was the most loving and caring facility I have ever attended."
"This is an awesome place where they really care about you! They really go out their way to help you, they are compassionate about what they do and today I can say thank you Boca for being there and being a big part of my recovery journey."
Boca Recovery is one of the best treatment centers in South Florida to address your substance use! As a clinical staff member, I can genuinely say that each therapist working here has your best interests at heart. We will work beside you to help guide you towards a successful recovery!
Boca recovery housing was very comfortable for the time I spent there. The apartment has two bedrooms fully furnished with kitchen appliances and all the necessary items to cook meals every day. It definitely allowed me to transition back to reality very easily as I was attending groups and AA meetings every day. I enjoyed using the gym and basketball they provided. I would recommend to anyone.
Opioids, alcohol, benzodiazepines, and other addictive drugs change brain chemistry, making recovery difficult. Targeted medication management improves chemical imbalances, allowing you to get sober without experiencing life-threatening side effects.
Underlying mental health conditions like depression and anxiety can worsen during traditional drug detox. Assessing these issues and providing appropriate therapy can help you transition smoothly without experiencing a mental health crisis.
Healthy meals, soothing liquids, cool rooms, and gentle touch can all help you feel calm and cared for as you move away from drugs. Exercise can help to process drugs out of your body, but if you’re not feeling up to vigorous movement, stretching or yoga might help.
Medical detox is just the first step on a journey that leads to lifelong sobriety. As your medical detox program ends, your team will introduce your next treatment options and help you decide if inpatient or outpatient care is right for you and your recovery.
Some teams use drugs to force the brain into immediate sobriety. While saving time can seem like a benefit, this approach comes with significant risks, including medical complications and relapse. We never use rapid detox tools in our clinics, as they’re just not safe.
Addictions come with stigma, and sometimes, that bias appears in treatment programs. Quitting drugs abruptly can throw your mind and body into chaos, and sometimes, the side effects are life-threatening. No one deserves punishment for addiction. We will never put your health at risk with this approach.
We’ve helped over 6,000 patients fight and overcome their addiction and we truly understand the level of care needed to achieve long-term sobriety.
We have some of the best medical directors that focus on creating customizable treatment plans to help patients overcome addiction
Our industry accreditations put us as the top 10% of rehabs in the U.S.
Most major insurance carriers cover addiction treatment. We will work with your provider to get you the maximum possible coverage for your care.
Patients with limited or no insurance may need to secure private financing. We can help put you in touch with third-party lenders and explore other options if needed.
During a medical detox program, doctors use medications and therapy to ease your body from intoxication to sobriety. This approach reduces your risk of both relapse and life-threatening reactions.
Unfortunately, there’s no shortcut to sobriety. According to experts, anesthesia-assisted ultra-rapid detox simply is not effective. The withdrawal symptoms are as severe as those you might endure with traditional detox programs. Moreover, there are grave safety concerns, and the method is not covered by insurance.
Quitting some drugs abruptly (including opioids, benzodiazepines, and alcohol) can lead to life-threatening complications. Brain cells need time to heal and function properly. A cold-turkey approach doesn’t offer that healing time.
Your medication plan depends on the drugs you’ve used. People in recovery from opioid abuse need different therapies than those who have been abusing alcohol or benzodiazepines. Your team will develop your plan based on your drug use history and goals.
Your cost will vary depending on the medications needed and your length of care. Boca Recovery Center accepts payment from most insurance programs, and if you don’t have coverage, we can work with you on payment plans.
Find out more about medical detox programs for people with addictions by calling Boca Recovery Center at (800) 516-4357. By enrolling, you’ll take the first step to a happier, healthier, drug-free future.