Prosperity Haven

Drug and Alcohol
Detox in Ohio

Where You Begin Building a Foundation for Recovery

Where You Begin Building a
Foundation for Recovery

Ohio Substance Abuse Detox Treatment

Overview: Ohio Substance
Abuse Detox Treatment

At Prosperity Haven, we believe in treating all aspects of your addiction. Long-term substance abuse has an impact on your physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual wellbeing, which is why we take a comprehensive approach to recovery, using a variety of evidence-based treatments and holistic therapies in combination.

Beginning with Drug and Alcohol Detox and ending with a lifetime Alumni brotherhood, our step-down treatment approach is specifically designed to address your individual needs and goals, while moving at a pace that allows you to take the time you need to heal and grow. We’ve partnered with some of the best detox facilities in Ohio to ensure your first experience in treatment positions you for continued success and helps you make a seamless transition to our Residential Inpatient Program.

At Prosperity Haven, we’re committed to supporting you throughout each step of your recovery journey, which for many clients will begin with drug and alcohol detox.

Overview: Ohio Substance
Abuse Detox Treatment

At Prosperity Haven, we believe in treating all aspects of your addiction. Long-term substance abuse has an impact on your physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual wellbeing, which is why we take a comprehensive approach to recovery, using a variety of evidence-based treatments and holistic therapies in combination.

Beginning with Drug and Alcohol Detox and ending with a lifetime Alumni brotherhood, our step-down treatment approach is specifically designed to address your individual needs and goals, while moving at a pace that allows you to take the time you need to heal and grow. We’ve partnered with some of the best detox facilities in Ohio to ensure your first experience in treatment positions you for continued success and helps you make a seamless transition to our Residential Inpatient Program.

At Prosperity Haven, we’re committed to supporting you throughout each step of your recovery journey, which for many clients will begin with drug and alcohol detox.

Drug and Alcohol Detox Services in the Cleveland Area

Drug and Alcohol Detox Services in
the Cleveland Area

Regardless of ways that addiction has affected your life, the first step in recovery is to cleanse your body and rid your system of harmful substances. This allows you to establish a healthy foundation so you can have the right mindset as you start building your recovery toolkit. Detox is the phase that most clients start rehab with — it provides an opportunity to start fresh, which is why it’s an important first step towards restoring your life.

If you need to undergo detox when you begin your journey at Prosperity Haven, we’ll refer you to one of our affiliated medical detox centers in the Cleveland area where you’ll have access to around-the-clock supervision, experienced medical support, and a comfortable environment to get clean safely and effectively. In detox, your body will heal physically over a 2-10 day period as you begin to regain your energy and prepare your mind for the task ahead. Our goal is to make sure you walk into residential programming with the strength and confidence you need to take on the daily challenges of recovery.

Drug and Alcohol Withdrawal

The mental and physical effects that you experience when you stop using drugs or drinking alcohol is called “withdrawal”. It’s the physiological and physical dependence your brain feels when a substance that has been repeatedly abused is no longer present. This leaves the brain and the body feeling abnormal and forced to adjust to the absence of the addictive substance, resulting in withdrawal symptoms. The severity of the symptoms you feel from withdrawal can vary based on different factors, including, the substance you were using, how long you’ve been using it, your preferred  method of use, and any medical conditions you may have, whether they’re related to your addiction or not. Common withdrawal symptoms may include some or all of the following:

PHYSICAL WITHDRAWAL SYMPTOMS:

  • Fatigue
  • Nausea; Vomiting
  • Fever
  • Headaches
  • Shivering
  • Shaky Hands
  • Excessive Sweating
  • Muscle Aches
  • Dizziness
  • Hypertension

MENTAL WITHDRAWAL SYMPTOMS:

  • Anxiety
  • Irritability
  • Mood Swings
  • Depression
  • Suicidal Thoughts
  • Trouble Sleeping
  • Agitation
  • Paranoia
  • Restlessness
  • Confusion

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Medical Detox Vs. At-Home Detox

Medical Detox Vs.
At-Home Detox

Medically Assisted Detox

Why Choose Medically-Assisted Detox?

Simply put – medically-assisted detox is the best choice because you won’t have to do it alone. You’ll have access to expert medical personnel and the 24/7 care and support you need to stay safe, comfortable, and reduce the risk for relapse. Detox facilities provide a controlled environment where a physician can create an individualized detox plan that may include the assistance of medications to help you wean off of drugs or alcohol, as well as a tapering schedule that helps reduce the amount of addictive substances in your system over a safe period of time. Additionally, this professional setting surrounds you with a team of licensed nurses who will regularly check your vitals and assess your overall comfort and wellness.

Some commonly abused substances that may require medically-assisted detox include:

  • Alcohol
  • Opioids & Opiates (Heroin, Fentanyl, Hydrocodone, Oxycodone, Morphine, Etc.)
  • Benzodiazepines (Xanax, Valium, Clonazepam, Lorazepam, Etc.)
  • Stimulants (Cocaine, Crack, Crystal Meth, Adderall, Speed, Etc.)

Alcohol

Opioids & Opiates (Heroin, Fentanyl, Hydrocodone, Oxycodone, Morphine, Etc.)

Benzodiazepines (Xanax, Valium, Clonazepam, Lorazepam, Etc.)

Stimulants (Cocaine, Crack, Crystal Meth, Adderall, Speed, Etc.)

Why Choose Medically-Assisted Detox?

Simply put – medically-assisted detox is the best choice because you won’t have to do it alone. You’ll have access to expert medical personnel and the 24/7 care and support you need to stay safe, comfortable, and reduce the risk for relapse.

Detox facilities provide a controlled environment where a physician can create an individualized detox plan that may include the assistance of medications to help you wean off of drugs or alcohol, as well as a tapering schedule that helps reduce the amount of addictive substances in your system over a safe period of time. Additionally, this professional setting surrounds you with a team of licensed nurses who will regularly check your vitals and assess your overall comfort and wellness.

Some commonly abused substances that may require medically-assisted detox include:

  • Alcohol
  • Opioids & Opiates (Heroin, Fentanyl, Hydrocodone, Oxycodone, Morphine, Etc.)
  • Benzodiazepines (Xanax, Valium, Clonazepam, Lorazepam, Etc.)
  • Stimulants (Cocaine, Crack, Crystal Meth, Adderall, Speed, Etc.)

WHAT ARE THE RISK OF DETOXING ALONE?

Attempting a drug or alcohol detox on your own can result in a higher risk for relapse, become harmful to your health — and in some cases, become life-threatening. The safest way to detox is under direct supervision. This way, if you begin experiencing any sudden medical issues as result from the drastic chemical changes that your brain and body undergo during detox and withdrawal, there will be a medical professional available to help you. Many people are not able to handle the intense side effects that come from quitting addictive substances on their own, and even when the physical symptoms are “manageable” – the psychiatric distress may be overwhelming for someone to bear. This physical, mental, and emotional combination of withdrawal will often lead a person to return to a lifestyle that has become comfortable for them — abusing drugs and alcohol.

What Are the Risks of Detoxing Alone?

Attempting a drug or alcohol detox on your own can result in a higher risk for relapse, become harmful to your health — and in some cases, become life-threatening. The safest way to detox is under direct supervision. This way, if you begin experiencing any sudden medical issues as result from the drastic chemical changes that your brain and body undergo during detox and withdrawal, there will be a medical professional available to help you.

Many people are not able to handle the intense side effects that come from quitting addictive substances on their own, and even when the physical symptoms are “manageable” – the psychiatric distress may be overwhelming for someone to bear. This physical, mental, and emotional combination of withdrawal will often lead a person to return to a lifestyle that has become comfortable for them — abusing drugs and alcohol.

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Detox Addiction Treatment

Detox is Only the First Step to Recovery

While it’s a giant step in the right direction when an individual stops abusing drugs and alcohol, the reality is that becoming “abstinent” is only the first step towards “sobriety.” Experts in addiction medicine emphasize that a program that stops after detox isn’t sufficient for the vast majority of clients in recovery because it takes an extended period of time in treatment — and after — to heal and experience complete physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual wellness. For this reason, we understand that the biggest differentiator between abstinence and sobriety is that one can be forced upon you and the other requires a life-long commitment to achieve.

At Prosperity Haven, we help you build your strength and prepare you for the lifetime journey in recovery through our proven step-down addiction treatment model. No matter where you are when you enter our program, we promise to meet you where you’re at and give you the structure and support you need from the start. It begins with getting to know you on a deep level and working with you to create an individualized plan for recovery. We want to help you identify the source of your addiction and tackle the core issues that are fueling it. There will certainly be ups and downs throughout treatment, but we’ll be there to make sure you’re staying on track as we work towards helping you develop the skills that foster a lifetime of sobriety.

DETOX IS ONLY THE FIRST STEP TO RECOVERY

While it’s a giant step in the right direction when an individual stops abusing drugs and alcohol, the reality is that becoming “abstinent” is only the first step towards “sobriety.” Experts in addiction medicine emphasize that a program that stops after detox isn’t sufficient for the vast majority of clients in recovery because it takes an extended period of time in treatment — and after — to heal and experience complete physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual wellness. For this reason, we understand that the biggest differentiator between abstinence and sobriety is that one can be forced upon you and the other requires a life-long commitment to achieve. At Prosperity Haven, we help you build your strength and prepare you for the lifetime journey in recovery through our proven step-down addiction treatment model. No matter where you are when you enter our program, we promise to meet you where you’re at and give you the structure and support you need from the start. It begins with getting to know you on a deep level and working with you to create an individualized plan for recovery. We want to help you identify the source of your addiction and tackle the core issues that are fueling it. There will certainly be ups and downs throughout treatment, but we’ll be there to make sure you’re staying on track as we work towards helping you develop the skills that foster a lifetime of sobriety.

OVERCOME YOUR ADDICTION TO DRUGS OR ALCOHOL

OVERCOME YOUR ADDICTION TO
DRUGS OR ALCOHOL

Taking the first steps towards recovery is never easy, but doing so with the support of a strong network of our experienced team of addiction treatment specialists will empower you to change your life for the better.

When you’re ready, reach out to us at (440) 253-9915 and learn more about how our full menu of Treatment Programs can help you or a loved one can get clean and live the life you deserve.