Sunrise Detox Duluth is a residential alcohol and drug detox facility. Our medically directed inpatient detox treatments are a critical beginning of your substance use recovery. You are able to learn more about our detox procedures and policies here in our drug and alcohol detox FAQs for Duluth. And if you want to know more, reach out to us anytime for immediate answers. We are always here for you.
Sunrise Detox Duluth serves you with medically supervised detox from alcohol and drugs. What this means is that you reside in our residential facility while staff attends to you 24/7. They regularly check your condition and dispense authorized medications to avert potentially life-threatening withdrawal symptoms and manage any distress.
We also provide peer support and group therapy so you are able to explore what prompts your substance use and we collaborate with you to create an aftercare blueprint to help you find enduring sobriety once your detox is complete.
Sunrise Detox only admits adults age 18 or older.
Sunrise Detox Duluth is dedicated to making our patient accommodations as comfort-inducing as possible. You’ll stay in one of our cozy, fully furnished rooms with your own bathroom and a television. Your room will be shared with no more than one other person. Private rooms are available per special request.
One-on-one and group therapy is held in a nurturing setting. Whenever you are able, you are invited to watch TV or try a board game in our community areas or take a break on the exterior patio. We also offer chef-cooked food throughout the day.
Pack like you might for a week-long trip. Even though we provide many everyday items, you’ll want to have things like:
Personal hygiene supplies
Personal music player like an iPod
Money in case you want to use the vending machine
Yes, you are allowed to take your cell phone. However, our staff will stow it in a protected area after admission. Whenever you need to review messages or return an urgent call, you are able to ask a member of our staff for your device or to access our patient phone booth.
We permit razors for men and women, but our staff will hold them for you.Simply ask a staff member to check it out.
We appreciate the essential support animals give and we are pleased to accommodate them. Please let our admissions team know prior to your arrival if you intend to bring a support or service animal. You will need to present valid certification for the animal upon arrival.
Your safety is our chief priority. If you do not have a family member or friend who will bring you to our Duluth location, we are pleased to arrange a ride from your home or the airport. Reach out to us at any hour to see how we can help get you here.
During the admissions phase, we will administer a comprehensive medical appraisal to understand what types of substances are in your bloodstream and how you can safely start treatment. You’ll sign required paperwork for emergency contacts and information for family members. We will then remove any controlled or prohibited items in your luggage before helping you settle into your room.
We realize how significant family support is throughout your substance use recovery. Even so, our treatments are most successful if you have space and time away from external influences to direct your attention on detox and recovery. Because of this, we don’t permit family visits. But, you are able to contact your family via our patient phone. We will also keep your loved ones and authorized contacts up-to-date on your condition.
Your privacy is an essential aspect of our care. To conform with federal guidelines, we maintain the confidentiality of all patient documentation. We will not communicate to any outside party that you are in attendance, and we are bound not to disclose any information classifying you as having a substance use disorder unless you provide written consent.
We will give you a copy of our confidentiality policy when you are admitted.
We individualize your care to your unique requirements established from your medical appraisal and what substances you need to detox from. Our clinicians are adept at administering treatment to steer clear of adverse side effects. They are also able to help you manage your own prescription medications and give other medicine to manage withdrawal symptoms as necessary.
We work with most insurance plans. As you contact us to request a place at our location, we will gather your insurance details and validate it with your provider.
We can’t take Medicare/Medicaid at this time.
Yes, we can still admit you if you don’t have insurance. Upon admissions, we’ll be pleased to explore suitable self-payment options.
We don’t have you leave without a blueprint for additional care established. Our goal is to get you stabilized with detox so you’re ready to take part in other recovery services as you strive toward long-term sobriety. In advance of your exit, we may help you join a residential rehab facility or various outpatient programs.
Withdrawal symptoms over the course of alcohol detox can vary from slight pain to dangerous seizures. A medically directed detox ensures you complete the process as safely and relaxed as possible. Medical staff will give you proven medications to mitigate symptoms and lessen the chance of complications.
The time it takes an individual to detox from alcohol is dependant on their usage history, physical condition, and other considerations. Generally, most withdrawal symptoms stop within 5 to 7 days.
Doing an at-home detox can be risky because of life-threatening withdrawal symptoms. A medically supervised detox allows you to detox in a safe and comforting surrounding. Always consult with a medical professional prior to making decisions about detox and recovery.
A healthcare professional can prescribe medicines to navigate withdrawal symptoms and lessen the chance of difficulties. The kind of medicine is contingent on the individual and the specific symptoms.
Prolonged alcohol usage can contribute to significant health issues like heart disease, liver disease, and neurological disorders. Quitting suddenly without detox can cause severe -- and potentially fatal -- withdrawal symptoms.
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