In-House Treatment Centers provide drug and alcohol free atmosphere for individuals who are suffering from moderate to severe addiction to alcohol, substance abuse, and co-occurring disorders. As differentiate from Hospital Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs, In-House Treatment Centers are often located in resort-style, private facilities designed to treat the whole person with a more personalized and compassionate approach to recovery.The decision to choose an In-House Drug Rehab begins with making a commitment to stop using drugs and alcohol. Making a commitment to quit is a promise to not give up or try to go it alone when the going gets tough.
At Pioneer Rehabilitation, we know that finding the right treatment center plays a critical role in stopping the cycle of addiction. Our long-term approach to treatment makes relapse prevention a signature trademark of everything we do. After carefully assessing and evaluating all prospective clients,we approach professional treatment on a case by case basis to ensure the highest quality care possible. Our onsite staff of addiction specialists and therapists provides round the clock supervision and care in the treatment of alcohol/drug dependent behavior and mental disorders. Pioneer Rehabilitation closely adheres to the fundamental precepts of recovery as articulated by the Twelve Step Program, and we provide daily discussion groups and study classes in which all residents are encouraged to participate. Traditional counseling is provided for individuals, small group, and families on an in-house and outpatient basis, but we also offer a more practical or holistic approach.We aim to provide our residents with every available opportunity to address the issues of the past in a comfortable and fearless environment so they can effectively move toward permanent freedom from addiction. Yoga, exercise, and life skills classes embrace the needs and vision of the whole person. Community service programs provide invaluable training and experience to foster social reintegration, stabilization, and job skills. Come and discover the hope and restoration you have dreamed about.
Detoxification (detox for short) is the physiological or medicinal removal of toxic substances from a living organism, including, but not limited to, the human body and additionally can refer to the period of withdrawal during which an organism returns to homeostasis after long-term use of an addictive substance. In medicine, detoxification can be achieved by decontamination of poison ingestion and the use of antidotes as well as techniques such as dialysis and (in a limited number of cases) chelation therapy. Many alternative medicine practitioners promote various other types of detoxification such as "diet detoxification," but there is little evidence that detox diets have any health benefits. Sense About Science, a UK-based charitable trust
determined that most commercial products' "detox" claims lack any supporting evidence and can be considered a "waste of money".
Alcohol detoxification is a process by which a heavy drinker's system is brought back to normal after being used to having alcohol in the body on a continual basis. Serious alcohol addiction results in a decrease in production of GABA, a reuptake inhibitor, because alcohol acts to replace it. Precipitous withdrawal from long-term alcohol addiction without medical management can cause severe health problems and can be fatal. Alcohol detox is not a treatment for alcoholism. After detoxification, other treatments must be undergone to deal with the underlying addiction that caused the alcohol use.
Drug detoxification is used to reduce or relieve withdrawal symptoms while helping the addicted individual adjust to living without drug use; drug detoxification is not meant to treat addiction but rather an early step in long-term treatment. Detoxification may be achieved drug free or may use medications as an aspect of treatment. Often drug detoxification and treatment will occur in a community program that lasts several months and takes place in a residential rather than medical center.Drug detoxification varies depending on the location of treatment, but most detox centers provide treatment to avoid the symptoms of physical withdrawal to alcohol & other drugs. Most also incorporate counseling and therapy during detox to help with the consequences of withdrawal.