A study published by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism titled, “An Overview of Outpatient and Inpatient Detoxification” explains the importance of inpatient detox when it comes to alcohol abuse. The symptoms associated with alcohol withdrawal can be life-threatening when not constantly overseen by an experienced team of medical professionals. This is also true of benzodiazepine withdrawal. We also treat symptoms of withdrawal associated with prescription drugs, stimulant drugs like cocaine and methamphetamine, opiates like painkillers, heroin and fentanyl, hallucinogenic drugs and marijauna. Regardless of what substance was being abused, the severity of abuse and any underlying, contributing factors, Princeton Detox and Recovery Center has developed a comprehensive and individualized program specially designed to meet the unique needs of each client.
Addiction recovery refers to a long-term, multi-phased continuum of clinical care that is specifically geared towards helping individuals overcome alcohol and drug addiction. The National Center for Biotechnology Information published a study that explores the five main phases of addiction treatment. Treatment is divided into three stages: the early, middle and late stages.
The phases of addiction recovery are typically as follows:
We offer a multi-phased continuum of care that is either partially or fully covered by major insurance companies like First Health Network.