Trinity Behavioral Health specializes in the proper detoxification from any drug and or alcohol.

Our Drug and Alcohol Detox Treatment Center

We provide drug and alcohol detox treatment for substance use disorders.

Drug and alcohol detox is one of the most complicated, and critical phases of the addiction recovery process. It’s also the phase that patients fear the most. Many treatment centers don’t offer detox because it is a highly specialized procedure that requires an experienced physician to administer.

Our alcohol and drug detox program is closely monitored by independent physicians who are board certified in addiction medicine and have experience in multiple detox protocols. They are on call 24/7 and available to adjust detox medications when necessary.

Our staff understands how to best manage the anxiety and uncomfortable symptoms that occur during the detox process.

Suboxone, Zubsolv and Subutex are approved for use in treating opiate addiction, and they prevent withdrawal symptoms accompanied by detoxing from heroin and other opiates.

Should I Fear Detox?

Detox is one of the biggest fears most people have when entering into recovery, and one of the reasons many decide not to go to rehab. When properly administered by experienced specialists, detox can be made more comfortable than expected.

Trying to detox on your own or without proper supervision can be extremely painful and dangerous. But detoxing under the guidance of experienced professionals is a much more comfortable experience.

Our newest program offers “detox only” for those who do not wish to enter an extended follow up recovery program. By request, we can also provide an outpatient detox program for those who meet the recommendations of our director.


Detox Only Treatment

The “Detox Only Program” is preferred by those who do not wish to enter a full treatment program after they complete detox. Detox usually takes 7 to 10 days depending on the individual, addictive substance, and severity of addiction.

Features of Detox Only:

  • No pressure of groups or treatment
  • Safe, comfortable and personalized
  • Opportunity to meet with our doctor and treatment team
  • An experienced team of detox specialists who understand all aspects of the detox process
  • Additional outpatient resources are available upon request if necessary

Combined Detox and Recovery Treatment

The “Combined Detox and Recovery Program” is best suited for those who wish to remain in treatment after completing ambulatory detox process. We offer 30, 60 and 90-day treatment that includes everything in the Detox Only program mentioned above, in combination with the most comprehensive recovery program available.

Additional Features of Combined Detox and Recovery Treatment:

  • Individualized non 12 step treatment program
  • Cognitive Behavior Therapy
  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy
  • Motivational Enhancement Therapy
  • One on one and Group Therapy
  • Relapse Prevention and abstinence counseling
  • Aftercare maintenance programs including SMART Recovery or 12 step facilitation
  • Dual Diagnosis treatment for depression, anxiety, bipolar, and other mental health disorders, if needed


We will carefully and comfortably detox from any drug or alcohol, including:

  • Alcohol
  • Opiates
  • Percocet
  • Vicodin
  • Methamphetamines
  • Heroin
  • Cocaine
  • Morphine
  • Xanax
  • Valium
  • Oxycontin
  • Crack
  • Benzodiazepines
  • Ambien
  • Klonopin

Why Drug and Alcohol Detox is Important

Drug and Alcohol abuse has a major affect on the body. Almost all organs in the body are prone to some form of disruption or disease, and prolonged use and abuse can be fatal. Most drug addicts and alcoholics understand that “using” and “abusing” is harmful to the body but “getting high” is more important than the harm to the body. At some point, because of necessity, or simply a desire to get clean, they realize the only way to get better is to stop using drugs or alcohol. When they stop cold turkey, it is almost impossible because the symptoms of withdrawal are too strong.

Detox From Alcohol

Our addiction specialists know and monitor specific symptoms associated with alcohol withdrawal, some of which can become severe. Approximately 6 hours after a patient has stopped drinking minor symptoms can occur including insomnia, tremulousness, mild anxiety, gastrointestinal upset, headache, diaphoresis, palpitations and anorexia. Between 12 and 24 hours of drinking cessation, more serious symptoms can occur including hallucinations, delirium and disorientation, followed or accompanied by seizures of various intensities.

Detox From Other Drugs

A supervising addiction specialist is best equipped to provide accurate and ongoing care for a patient experiencing alcohol and/or drug detox. This is due to the fact that alcohol withdrawal symptoms may mask other conditions such as drug poisoning, amphetamine or cocaine use, central nervous system infection or hemorrhage, or withdrawal from other sedative-hypnotic agents.

We follow safety guidelines and goals as established by the American Society of Addiction Medicine for drug and alcohol detox treatment, which include:

  • to provide a safe withdrawal from the drug(s) of dependence and enable the patient to become drug-free
  • To provide a withdrawal that is humane and thus protects the patient’s dignity, (and)
  • To prepare the patient for ongoing treatment of his or her dependence on alcohol or other drugs.

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