Outpatient Detoxification

Outpatient Detoxification: Outpatient medical detoxification is usually safe and effective for people who are more likely to have mild to moderate withdrawal symptoms. For instance, opiate detoxification in the outpatient primary care setting can be accomplished with a variety of medications such as buprenorphine-naloxone (BUP/NX) or clonidine alone or combined with naltrexone. Buprenex, approved by the FDA, can be given on an outpatient basis by physicians who receive a required eight-hour training. Using Buprenex, the detoxification can take between 7-14 days.

Our Outpatient Detoxification Services offers minimal intrusion into busy lives, by providing treatment that enables individuals to continue working and stay at home. Client eligibility is established through self and clinical assessments, screenings, medical histories, and physical examinations.

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