Once you or a loved one has admitted addiction to alcohol, drugs, or opiate-based painkillers, it may be time to find a good detox program. Not all of the people who enter treatment programs will require detox. Outpatient addiction detox programs are designed collaboratively with clients who suffer from physical dependence, which means that withdrawal symptoms may threaten their health. This group will need medical supervision by professionals with understanding and kindness.
The good news is that compared with inpatient detox programs, outpatient detox programs at our facility in New Jersey are usually shorter. They are designed to cost less and maintain the client’s employment, thus ensuring minimal disruption to their lives. Addiction is already stressing your routine, there’s no need to add to the burden. To learn more about how these programs are structured at Next Wind Recovery, reach out to us online.
Individual Counseling and Custom Aftercare
The first step will be to create an individual treatment plan, which will include an assessment by your medical team. This will determine how long your detox program will take. In the beginning, you will see your medical team every day, and to make a decision about your timetable, they must consider the following:
- The particular substance you are addicted to – Someone who has an alcohol addiction could pass through withdrawal symptoms in a few days, while a client who is facing Valium or Xanax addiction might need several weeks to get over the worst of withdrawal.
- Your previous health history – There is often comorbidity between substance use disorders and mental health issues. These issues must be addressed in individual counseling for treatment to be effective and bring about lasting healing.
- How much and how often – The average dosage of a substance during a period of addiction must be considered, along with the frequency. These factors must be weighed against the client’s overall physical health and whether or not they were using multiple different substances.
Once a treatment plan is designed for you, Next Wind Recovery will be with you every step of the way, including after you finish detox, even if you are out of withdrawal in a few days. We understand that you will need an aftercare program to avoid relapse. This will most likely include continuing individual and group counseling, as well as recovery sessions to work on maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
Tools for Recovery
Next Wind Recovery medical teams believe in a collaborative approach to detox programs that give our clients personal agency and more accountability. Will we consider you for a number of options, including:
- Outpatient detox – We want to support your recovery while maintaining your professional, family, and community connections. Our program partners with doctors to provide safe and robust treatment. Our clients can come to our center for several hours a day, returning home afterward. This program is rewarding for those who have strong social support systems and stable work.
- Intensive outpatient program – Next Wind Recovery provides IOPs to clients who have completed a residential treatment program and are looking to get back to their regular daily routine. IOPs provide support through small group therapy as well as individual therapy sessions, along with medication-assisted treatment.
- Mental health treatment for co-occurring conditions – This may be helpful for clients who also suffer from mental health issues like depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety, and bipolar disorder.
Contact Next Wind Recovery Today
Empower yourself and those you care about by taking control back in your life. Our programs are designed to be supportive and comprehensive. Our clients will form new and positive relationships with peers in the program, as well as strengthen existing relationships in their families, community, and workplace. Start recovery today and contact Next Wind Recovery by reaching out to us online or calling 201.331.6569, or contact us online.