Drug Detox in Seattle, Washington
Detoxification Program at Schick Shadel Hospital
Drug detoxification treatment includes monitoring and medical treatment for drug withdrawal symptoms. The symptoms of drug withdrawal can vary depending on the type of drug to which a patient is addicted. Speak to one of our addiction professionals for more information about drug-specific withdrawal symptoms or visit our addiction assessment pages.
Certified Physicians & Medical Staff Assisting Every Step of the Way
Schick Shadel Hospital’s drug detoxification treatment provides patients with a safe, comfortable transition through the withdrawal period. Physicians certified in addiction medicine direct detoxification treatment that is individualized for each patient. Registered nurses with many years of training and experience care for our patients. Our safe and comfortable detoxification techniques mitigate drug withdrawal symptoms and prevent serious complications.
Our staff administers medications to counteract uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms, pays attention to nutritional needs, evaluates coexisting medical problems, and assesses the patient’s ongoing needs following drug detoxification. The amount of time necessary for drug detoxification will vary according to the type and length of drug addiction, usually one to five days if necessary, but can be longer if needed to get the drugs out of the patients system.
Get in touch with Schick Shadel Hospital today!
Over 75 years of research into alcohol addiction have shown that counter conditioning (retraining the memory against the pleasurable aspects of using drugs) produces excellent results. Schick Shadel Hospital has the #1 success rate for treating alcoholism*. Our program for drug addiction was built on this strong foundation of documented success.
Our programs address the specific needs and unique struggle of addiction to each kind of substance.
For more information on the individual programs we offer, contact us today at (888) 802-4206.
*#1 success rate for treating alcoholism based on results of a verified survey of former patients (success being measured as total abstinence for one year and assessed by self-evaluation), as against published success rates from verified, comparable studies of other medical institutions.