Addiction Recovery
Detoxification From Drugs

At CuraWest, our drug detox program is geared towards managing symptoms of withdrawal with the ultimate goal of physical stabilization. In most instances, medical drug detox programs will focus exclusively on the physical symptoms of drug addiction and withdrawal, and will not address the complex behavioral issues that coincide with active addiction. At CuraWest we believe that medical detox should effectively pave the way for the next appropriate level of care, which is typically inpatient or residential drug treatment. Not only do we provide each one of our clients with a highly personalized program of drug detoxification, but we offer a wide range of related services and resources, all geared towards comprehensive physical, mental and emotional healing. Clients have the option of transitioning from the medical detox of our program directly into inpatient treatment, where they will continue to heal. Contact us today to learn more.

Above all else, we prioritize client safety and comfort while in the detoxification process. Depending on what drugs were involved in active addiction, the symptoms of drug withdrawal can be extremely uncomfortable – even life-threatening if not properly treated. At CuraWest we offer a safe and pain-free detox in a private, homestyle retreat. We are dedicated to offering each and every one of our clients a level of quality clinical care that cannot be found in any hospital setting or state-run facility. If you have been suffering at the hands of a drug addiction of any type or severity, we are available to help.

Commonly Abused Drugs

The National Institute on Drug Abuse has developed a chart that highlights the most commonly abused chemical substances throughout the United States. Some of the drugs that we have extensive experience with include:

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We also have extensive experience treating individuals who have been suffering at the hands of polydrug abuse – meaning we treat individuals who have been abusing more than one chemical substance at a time. Depending on the substance or substances being abused, we will utilize a number of detoxification techniques, all geared towards a safe, short-lived and pain free withdrawal process.

Drug Addiction – Signs and Symptoms

Depending on the type of drug being abused, signs and symptoms of addiction will vary. The Mayo Clinic lists a number of symptoms that tend to remain consistent across the board. These symptoms of drug abuse and addiction include:

  • Experiencing intense drug cravings/urges to use drugs throughout the day
  • The eventual building of a tolerance, meaning that greater amounts of the drug are required in order for the same effect to be produced
  • Cutting back on time spent with friends and family and time spent engaging in activities that were previously enjoyed in lieu of obtaining and using drugs
  • Feelings of anxiety and agitation when drugs are not readily available
  • Continuing to use drugs despite interpersonal problems and issues at work or at school
  • Financial and legal issues
  • Attempting to quit or cut back to no avail
  • Engaging in risk-taking behavior (such as driving while intoxicated or stealing in order to support the habit)
  • Spending an ample amount of time seeking and obtaining the drug and recovering from its effects
  • Experiencing symptoms of withdrawal upon ceased use

Individuals who use any drug for any extended period of time will experience physical and psychological withdrawal symptoms whenever use is ceased abruptly. At CuraWest our main priority is alleviating these symptoms in a safe and supportive environment.

Drug Addiction Withdrawal

The symptoms of drug withdrawal will vary significantly on a person-to-person basis. The severity of the symptoms depends on numerous factors, including which substance/substances were being abused, for how long and in what quantities.

When opioid narcotics were the main drug of choice, withdrawal symptoms are likely to feel similar to a bad flu. They could include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, fever, muscle cramping, sleep disturbances, tremors, night sweats and general feelings of physical discomfort. At CuraWest we often treat the symptoms of opioid withdrawal with medications like Suboxone, which was designed to reduce cravings while alleviating uncomfortable physical symptoms.

We also utilize medication assisted treatment (MAT) when treating withdrawal symptoms associated with benzodiazepines. If not treated by a team of medical professionals and constantly overseen, benzodiazepine withdrawal can prove to be dangerous – even life-threatening. Supervised detox is always necessary.

Upon admission to our detox program, each individual client undergoes an in-depth evaluation. Personal history of substance abuse will be uncovered, and a unique detox treatment plan will be developed accordingly. In most instances, the symptoms of drug withdrawal can be effectively treated with a combination of non-narcotic pain medications, useful tools like tapering or MAT, and an ample amount of relaxation in a tranquil and serene environment. Client comfort is our top priority. Our private rooms and luxury amenities lend themselves to a detox experience unlike any other.

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Why Drug Detox is Necessary

The United States Department of Health and Human Services lists three suggested predominant phases of medical drug detox: evaluation, stabilization and ultimately guiding the patient into the next appropriate phase of addiction treatment (which is typically inpatient rehab). Once a client is admitted to our program of medical drug detox, he or she undergoes an initial evaluation which helps our team of medical professionals determine whether or not medication assisted treatment is necessary, how long the detox process will likely last and what additional services (such as psychiatric care) will be necessary. The next step in the detox process is physical stabilization. At CuraWest we offer safe, pain-free withdrawal by utilizing a combination of proven therapeutic and holistic techniques with an unmatched level of clinical care. While physically stabilizing each of our clients is our top priority, we also believe that medical detox should offer a thorough introduction to addiction recovery, 12 step involvement and emotional/psychological healing. The final phase of the detox process is helping a client transition into the next appropriate level of clinical care, and finding an inpatient treatment program that will specifically cater to the unique needs of each individual client. During the next phase of the addiction recovery process, clients will undergo intensive therapeutic care and will effectively tackle all of the behavioral and emotional implications of drug addiction.

Our Unique Drug Detox Experience

At CuraWest we truly provide a medical detox experience unlike any other. The combination of our private, homestyle retreat and our comprehensive and highly personalized program of clinical care is something that cannot be found in any state-run detox facility or traditional hospital setting. At CuraWest we put the well-being of our clients before anything else. Our staff members consistently treat clients with the respect and compassion they deserve.

If you have been suffering at the hands of a drug addiction of any severity, we are available 24/7 and fully equipped to help.

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Our Simple Admissions Process

Our admissions process is simple, stress-free and uncomplicated. We understand that there is often a small window of willingness for individuals seeking professional treatment for a moderate to severe drug addiction. For this reason, we want to ensure that treatment is made accessible as soon as a potential client becomes willing to receive it. Simply give us a call and our admissions counselors will provide a free, no obligation insurance check which will determine whether or not the cost of medical detox is partially or fully covered. Our admissions counselors also help to develop viable travel plans and set up a time for your initial evaluation. To learn more about our multi-staged addiction treatment program in Denver Colorado, give us a call at (888) 693-1794 24/7 and speak to a Treatment Advisor today.