Connecticut Detox Treatment Centers

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Are you prepared to find detox treatment for MS Contin, MSIR, alcohol or other related problems? Detoxing starts with cleaning the abused substances from the system, generally with a medically-administered course of ReVia or Depade.

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Today, the repository has listings of 55 clinics in CT featuring detox support. The featured abused substance detoxification facilities listed here have all been thoroughly checked to validate that they will meet or beat standards set by both national and state patient care groups.

About Detox Treatment in Connecticut

A pharmaceutically-assisted detox clinic provides trained support to substance abusers who are initiating treatment to break out of alcohol or drug addiction. Prescription medications along the lines of Buprenorphine or Naltrexone could be prescribed to reduce the symptoms of withdrawal.

A drug addicted person may desire to stop using alcohol or street and prescription drugs but is hesitant to do so because of apprehension about potential withdrawal symptoms like muscle aches, nausea, vomiting and trembling.

About Therapy, Aftercare and Sober Living in Connecticut

Former addicts need long-term support and management to avoid suffering a relapse. Continual therapy can be taken on an in-home basis or with a multi-step rehab program. Deciding to move to a transition house is often useful in guiding an addict to achieve long-term soberness.

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