Drug and Alcohol Detox
Medically Supported Detox & Withdrawal Management
Our detox facilities are fully licensed and have IMS (Incidental Medical Services) certifications. Clients will receive the highest standards of withdrawal management and medical supervision with 24 hour licensed individuals taking care of all their needs. In addition, all clinical services are delivered by experienced, licensed clinicians.
- 24 Hour On-Site Licensed Nurses
- Withdrawal Management
- Medication Assisted Treatment
- Clinical and Psychological Assessments
- Medication Management and Education
- Daily Visits from a Licensed MD Specializing in Addiction medicine
- Therapeutic Assistance with Individual Counseling and Therapy
- Withdrawal and Post-Acute Withdrawal Education by our Licensed Doctors and Nurses
Our Incidental Medical Services (IMS) Program
Medically assisted alcohol and drug detox programs at Opus Treatment help you on your journey to full recovery.
Our Orange County, CA facility gives you the opportunity to find restoration and recovery. Focused on the future, our team of professionals provides the perfect environment for your drug and alcohol detox.
After undergoing comprehensive assessment, clients begin their individualized medical detox.
We believe in educating our clients on withdrawal symptoms, medication management, addiction, trauma, and different therapeutic modalities. Additionally, we uphold the values of nutrition, spiritual principles, long-term recovery mindsets, and how to enjoy life again.
Drug detox programs in Orange County, CA are often the starting point.
Drug and alcohol detox is the beginning of long-term treatment. Drug addiction is a physical and psychological disease, so managing the symptoms while in withdrawal are closely overseen by Opus staff.
We want you to feel comfortable and supported throughout the entire process. Your body will be working hard to purge toxins. You may be given medications to help keep you pain-free during withdrawal. Detox attempted at home is rarely successful. Therefore, Opus Treatment has inpatient treatment programs to help transition you onto the next phase of recovery.
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Stages of Detox
First Stage of Detox: Cleansing Substances from the Body
Since drug detox is experienced differently by each individual, you may react to drug withdrawal symptoms and medications for addiction in surprising ways.
We always put your safety and comfort first, making sure that you are kept comfortable during the entire process. During this cleansing stage of alcohol detox in Costa Mesa, your body will begin to expel toxins on its own. This begins with the blood filtering through the kidneys which then excrete the toxins through your elimination system.
The liver and lungs go through a similar process. While this first stage of detox is taking place, foods rich in fiber such as fruits, grains, and vegetables are eaten to help clear your digestive tract and deliver much-needed minerals and vitamins.
Second Stage of Detox: Personal Health
The second stage of drug and alcohol detox is restoration and rebuilding the nutrition lost while addicted to drugs. Finding balance following drug addiction and detox is so important for your future and recovery success.
You will be served a wide variety of fresh fruits, vegetables, meats and grains that will work to rebuild the deficits you will likely have. Healthy, lean proteins are some of the best foods for quickly replenishing nutrients to muscle tissue.
During this second phase of detox, you will also learn to cook delicious, nutrient-rich recipes designed to further boost cellular regrowth. Our staff will be available to help you with any special requests you may have.
Third Stage of Detox: Lifestyle Re-balance
This final step of drug and alcohol detoxification is where your future drug-free life will begin to take shape.
The healthy dietary changes made during stage two will continue as new life skills are introduced. For lasting sobriety, a commitment to charting meal times, limiting unhealthy social situations, and preventing future exposure to substances are crucial action steps.
This new healthy life will also include therapy, 12-step program involvement, and other outlets for regaining physical and psychological health.