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Withdrawal Management

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group doing withdrawal management in youngstownDetox is the first step on the road to recovery. As drugs and alcohol leave the system, however, many individuals who struggle with addiction experience painful or uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms. These can make it difficult to maintain sobriety, especially without professional support. At Midwest Center at Youngstown, we offer medical and emotional support during this challenging time. Our withdrawal management program involves medication, medical care, and counseling to help patients reach a place of stability. From there, patients can begin one of our additional addiction treatment programs where they’ll be able to make the lifestyle changes necessary for sustainable recovery.

Beginning the road to recovery doesn’t have to be complicated. We’ve made our admissions process as simple as possible to help more individuals in need access care. We accept private insurance as well as Medicaid, and our team can verify your insurance quickly.

Connect with us at 844.544.0502 or reach out online to learn more.

What Is Withdrawal Management?

Withdrawal management, or detox, involves treatment for the withdrawal symptoms that those who are addicted to drugs or alcohol experience when they stop using drugs or drinking. Some of the services and supports we provide at Midwest Center at Youngstown include:

  • Medical care for severe withdrawal symptoms
  • Medication to ease withdrawal symptoms and curb cravings
  • Individual counseling to help patients work through the challenging emotions that can accompany detox
  • Group counseling sessions to help patients build a network of support
  • Wellness services to help patients reach a place of stability in body, mind, and spirit

Outpatient detox is an option for some individuals. Some patients may receive greater social support outside of rehabilitation by maintaining contact with friends and families. They can maintain employment, school, or other personal and professional duties, and enjoy greater freedom during treatment and fewer disruptions in life activities.

Alcohol Withdrawal Management

Alcohol withdrawal symptoms can be dangerous, especially for those with a severe addiction to alcohol. In some cases, alcohol detox can involve seizures or tremors, and medical care is needed to avoid any complications.

Drug Withdrawal Management

For those addicted to opioids, stimulants, or benzos, withdrawal symptoms can vary. Opioid withdrawal symptoms can be mitigated with medications like Suboxone. In our center, we ensure that patients are as comfortable as possible during the withdrawal process.

Our Withdrawal Management Program near Youngstown

At Midwest Center at Youngstown our outpatient detox patients are assigned time slots of either 8:30 am-12:30 pm or 12:30 pm-4:30 pm. Patients are assessed each day by a physician or nurse practitioner, and symptoms and vitals are monitored hourly by a nurse. Withdrawal symptoms may be managed with buprenorphine products (Suboxone) and comfort medications as needed.

The length of our detox program is four to five days. Near the end of detox care, patients will meet with a counselor to establish the next level of care needed, whether it is inpatient residential or outpatient service, such as partial hospitalization programming or intensive outpatient programming.

Reach Out to Midwest Center at Youngstown Today

Learn more about our personalized approach to detox by connecting with our team today. At Midwest Center at Youngstown, we provide the support our patients need to break free from the cycle of substance abuse. Our withdrawal management program in Ohio can help you begin recovery with the stability you need to make lasting changes in your life.

Our full continuum of care includes:

  • Residential treatment
  • Partial hospitalization program
  • Intensive outpatient program
  • Outpatient program
    Aftercare

We offer a wide array of behavioral therapies and holistic approaches to care in order to help our patients heal. Contact our team at 844.544.0502 or reach out online to learn more.