Crossroads has been providing outpatient Medication-Assisted Treatment for over 10 years to people suffering from dependence on heroin, pain medication, or other opiates. We understand that you may have work, family, or other responsibilities that make the realities of your addiction that much more serious. This realization can make attending typical forms of treatment seem out of reach. MAT has proven to be the solution to this dilemma for many patients who have been successful in treatment.
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For those in need of medical detox from opiates, alcohol, benzos, etc., how long is the typical detox period?
In general, the withdrawal process from daily drug and/or alcohol abuse can take anywhere from several days on up to one to two weeks. Several variations will greatly impact how long one’s detoxification process will take but rarely do we see anyone exceeding the 10 to 14-day marks.
It is highly recommended that the patient transition immediately from detox into a residential treatment setting to continue in their recovery process. Studies have shown that relapse among those who return to their normal lives immediately the following detox is extraordinarily high, upwards of 80 to 90 percent! Revive has several inpatient addiction treatment centers within our partner network – both here in Los Angeles as well as elsewhere around the nation – thereby enabling us to best match the patient with a rehab setting that meets their specific needs.