Huntsville Recovery, Inc. was established in 2004 by Mr. and Mrs. George and Claire Payne, they offer opioid alcoholism therapy and recovery services to Huntsville, Decatur, Madison, Stevenson as well as surrounding cities. As an outpatient treatment center, they practice in extensive treatment programs with many duties. Their staff of addiction therapy professionals are doctor-led and deliver extraordinary quality care to each sufferer.
Huntsville Recovery is now providing Subutex (buprenorphine) as an option for medication-assisted therapy for opioid dependency for changing patients. Huntsville Recovery, Inc. is accredited by the Alabama state methadone Authority and complies with all commands and laws concerning methadone therapy. They treat patients like people, not addicts.
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Detoxification (Detox) is the process of allowing the body to rid itself of drugs while managing the symptoms of withdrawal. It is often the first step in a drug treatment program and should be followed by treatment with a behavioral-based therapy and/or medically-assisted treatment. Detox alone, without follow-up, is not treatment and will not work.
No. Detox alone, without follow-up, is not a treatment. We take a multi-disciplinary approach to addiction and dependency treatment. Your treatment may include detox, medication, and therapy. Addiction is defined as a chronic relapsing brain dependency. Drug dependency is defined as a psychological craving for a chemical substance. In particular, the use of drugs and alcohol changes the way the brain functions, and we believe it should be treated with a multi-disciplinary approach including on-going behavioral therapy and counseling.