When a substance use disorder becomes severe, it is often dangerous for someone to suddenly stop using drugs and alcohol, also known as quitting “cold turkey.” Although those who attempt to abruptly end their drug or alcohol use might have the best intentions, potentially painful withdrawal symptoms can make them regret this decision. The safest first step in recovery for people who are ready to overcome addiction is to enroll in a drug and alcohol detox program.
Prairie Recovery Center’s medically-supervised detox in North Dakota gives people crucial support during the initial stage of their recovery journey. Our experienced team provides addiction treatment in our drug and alcohol detox center in North Dakota that helps people begin to heal from the physical effects of addiction. If you or someone you care about wants to leave addiction behind, reach out to Prairie Recovery Center today by calling 844.979.4310 or completing our online contact form. We are standing by to answer any questions you may have about drug and alcohol detox at Prairie Recovery Center.
What Is Drug and Alcohol Detox?
What Happens in Drug and Alcohol Detox at Prairie Recovery Center?
What Are the Benefits of Drug and Alcohol Detox?
There are many benefits to Prairie Recovery Center’s detoxification rehab in North Dakota. In fact, many of our patients begin to experience these benefits almost immediately after starting the detoxification process.
Some of the most notable benefits of our drug detox program in North Dakota include:
- Safe and comfortable environment for withdrawal symptoms
- Supportive care from medical professionals
- Therapeutic activities to help understand addiction and cope with cravings
- Connections with others who are also in detox
- Prepares people for the next stage of rehabilitation
Additional Treatment Programs at Prairie Recovery Center
In addition to drug and alcohol detox, Prairie Recovery Center offers a variety of treatment programs to meet the needs of our clients. We work with our patients to decide which of our treatment programs will be best for their recovery process.