Frequently Asked Questions

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Detox can take up to ten days, and affiliated rehab programs can last an additional 30 days.

Many addiction experts agree that being under the care of a licensed medical professional while detoxing from drugs and alcohol can be much safer and more comfortable because a doctor may be able to prescribe medication that could help manage the withdrawal symptoms one might experience.

Once you are checked in to a facility and begin the detoxification process it is not recommended that you leave until you have completed your prescribed course of treatment. Often when a client leaves detox they find themselves in a relapse.

In a more traditional detox, the client is simply removed from any addictive substances. This may be done in their home or at a rehab facility. However, in a medical detox, you will be taken to a medical facility where you will be cared for by medical professionals 24/7. You may also be given medications to alleviate the worst withdrawal symptoms.

If required, doctors will be able to provide you with an appropriate medication regimen to help you manage your withdrawal symptoms.

With the right detox program, you can be comfortable and virtually pain-free. But detox is never really fun, so it’s best to do a lot of sleeping and distract yourself with light activities.

Unless your symptoms are managed, you may, depending on many factors, experience insomnia, physical pain, nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, and headache. Some people even experience depression, suicidal thoughts, and general unease. But again, it will depend on the drug you are detoxing from, how long you may have been addicted to it, and how well your detox is managed. That’s why you may need a true medical detox facility like Serenity.

Detox may be uncomfortable. However, you or your loved one can rest assured that Serenity will attempt to make your detox as smooth and as comfortable as possible. We want you to be able to move on and continue your rehabilitation program as soon as you are clean and stable.

We understand that cost can be a deterrent for some people. However, it’s important to remember that the cost of recovery is often far less than the cost of addiction. This is especially true when you consider the financial and emotional cost of lost productivity at work, strained or ruined relationships, and increasing health problems. For more information on the types of insurance we accept and the cost of our program please contact us.
Yes, you should fill out our insurance verification form in order to explore the treatment options available to you.
The continuum of care is a multi-step process of recovery that begins with intervention and continues long after a client has left our facility. Our continuum of care consists of detox, rehab, an intensive outpatient program, and alumni support. We believe following such a process provides our clients with the best chance at a long-term recovery.

Each client is different, and will follow a treatment program that has been designed to meet their individual needs. However, for most, rehab can take anywhere between 30 and 60 days.

In general, an intervention will take place over a few days. First, the interventionist will meet with friends and family members to plan the intervention. The meeting with the individual in question will likely take between three to five hours.

Yes. We believe that it is important for the interventionist to meet with friends, family, and our client in a private environment that they find comfortable. Your home is the best place to accomplish this. You can learn more about our intervention partners by calling us.