Detox FAQ

We want you to feel safe and secure throughout your detoxification process. Our medical staff can ensure this is the case. If you have other questions, we are available for a confidential phone call. Call 855.442.7412.

If you would like to speak with a loved one in treatment, please make sure a signed release form is completed.

How Do I Know If I Need a Detox?

If you want to rise above your alcohol or drug addiction, you may have a much better chance of achieving this goal by going through a residential detox. There may also be the risk that if you try to detox unsupervised, you could potentially run into problems. If there is any risk that you might experience severe withdrawal symptoms, we recommend that you undergo a supervised detox. If you are still unsure about your detox needs, please contact one of our representatives to address your concerns of the detox process.

How Soon Can I Get Into a Detox Program?

Our priority is getting you into detox as soon as possible. This is why our team of representatives are available to take your call 24-hours a day, every day of the week. When you contact us, we can begin the admissions process so that you can begin your transformation to a better life. Call 855.442.7412 24-hours a day with any questions you have!

How Long is a Detox Program?

The length of your detox program varies from a few days to a few weeks depending on an individual’s level and duration of abuse.

Is Detox Painful?

At Wellness Counseling & Residential Detox, we provide safe and comfortable detoxification services. Our medical staff will monitor you throughout the detox process and help ease the pain people associate with detox.

Does Insurance Cover the Cost of Detox?

Most insurance companies recognize substance addiction to be a mental health issue. For this reason, insurances, depending on your individual insurance, could cover a majority of the cost of treatment. Although most major insurances cover the cost, there may still be deductibles or co-pays that you will be responsible for.

How Much is Detox?

Although we accept most major insurances, self-pay is also a payment option we offer. The choice of treatment program determins price of detox, individual needs during detox, as well as the length of stay at our detox facility. Call us at [Driect] to learn more.

Is Detox the Same as Rehab?

They say that recovery is a process and not an event, and you can look upon detox as the beginning of this process. Detox is the first stage of treatment. The goal of detox is to support you as you pass through the initial withdrawal stage. Unlike a regular rehab, we offer 24-hour medical coverage to ensure you are kept safe and comfortable. Some people like to think of detox as preparation for rehab, but you will actually begin rebuilding your life during your stay with us and you will have access to addiction therapists and counselors.

Do I Need Treatment After Detox?

Detox will be beneficial to rid your body of cravings it has to either drugs or alcohol. Treatment is encouraged after detox to better understand what is causing it, and to get to the root of the addiction. Once you understand what is causing the addiction, it will be easier to recover.