Our Simple & Straightforward Admissions Process
If you have been abusing promethazine for any length of time, seeing professional medical detox is a necessary first step on every individualized journey of recovery. Princeton Detox and Recovery Center offers a multi-phased approach to effective addiction treatment, serving men and women of all ages in the Tri-State Area and throughout the remainder of the United States. Our recovery program begins with medically monitored detox in a safe, structured and supportive environment. We believe that medical detox should focus on more than physical stabilization – it should provide clients with a thorough introduction to all of the skills and tools they need in order to stay sober long-term. Our promethazine detox program focuses on providing each client with a safe and pain-free withdrawal while thoroughly exploring the underlying causes of addiction and laying a solid foundation for continued success in sobriety.
We understand that committing to addiction treatment is a major decision in and of itself, and that attempting to deal with all of the finer details can seem somewhat overwhelming. At Princeton Detox and Recovery Center we have carefully developed a simple and straightforward admissions process, geared towards eliminating stress and facilitating a seamless transition into our program as quickly as possible. Simply give us a call for a free, no obligation insurance benefit check and a brief, over-the-phone pre-assessment. We believe that quality clinical care should be readily available to anyone that needs it. For this reason, we work closely with most major regional and national insurance providers and if you are currently insured there is a good chance that all of our provided services are covered in full. The brief pre-assessment helps us confidently determine which level of clinical care is the most appropriate for you and your unique needs. If we determine that medically monitored detox is necessary we begin developing viable travel plans and setting up a date and time for intake.