winston salem drug treatment centers NC

Winston Salem drug Treatment Centers NC


Helping you find a safe detox at (336) 231-3168

Sometimes addicts are afraid to quit drugs or alcohol on their own. The fear of what happens after, and the intense withdrawal some of them experience throughout detox, can often become obstacles to seek addiction treatment. Drug dependency can affect relationships, finances, and lead to devastating health consequences.

Most detox facilities provide certified physicians to oversee the detoxification process. This procedure is often necessary because some addictions can be life-threatening. Sometimes family intervention may be necessary to help the addict understand his or her need for treatment.

Addicts must go through detox first before they receive cognitive treatment. This must happen in a safe place and it requires medical monitoring or professional supervision. If the addict goes into seizures someone must be there to apply the emergency protocols required to save the patient’s life. Also, the reduction of the drug in the addict’s system may sometimes lead to physical and mental depression. Some addicts in recovery may even become suicidal during this period. Having an addiction professional to watch for any signs of distress, whether mental or physical can save someone’s life.

A drug detox facility usually provides some form of medical intervention to ease the process along. The body needs to rest after detox in order to reset and restore. It’s been battered and stressed by addiction. In many cases, its own ability to create necessary neurotransmitters is impaired by the drug. The addict will need to rest, recover, and become physically well before continuing into therapy programs. During detoxification the body gets rid of any residuals of drug or alcohol. Drug Treatment Centers Winston Salem make the process as easy as possible on the addict so that his or her mood is lifted and ready to go for the next phase of treatment. Even if the patient cannot stay in an inpatient residential community for the entire process, seeking inpatient detoxification is vital to the safety and health of the addict.


Some patients may be advised to take medication for several months to help them keep off alcohol. The most common medications used during alcohol detox are:

  • Acamprosate: This medication helps to alleviate alcohol cravings.
  • Naltrexone: This is a substitute to acamprosate but it is generally prescribed only by medical professionals.
  • Disulfiram: This medicine is sometimes recommended by doctors following an effective detox.
  • Baclofen: It helps some individuals stay off alcohol or reduce doses. It can also help with craving and help patients cope with anxiety in alcohol-dependent individuals.

If you have specific questions about drug detox our 24/7 helpline. Speaking to someone who has been through the process can alleviate some of the fears, as well as, enable you to understand all that will be expected from you during treatment and recovery. This treatment approach is also beneficial for the family of the addict, since family therapy and other resources are available to help the patient’s loved ones understand the changes the body suffers during treatment. We can offer support for you and your loved one and provide valuable information throughout this process. Call and speak to someone today at Drug Treatment Centers Winston Salem (336) 231-3168.

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Drug Treatment Programs For Winston Salem

Winston Salem Drug Treatment Services

  • Sober Living/Halfway House
  • Medical Detox
  • Inpatient Medical Detox
  • Residential Rehabilitation
  • Intensive Outpatient
  • Residential Rehab
  • Dual Diagnosis
  • Relapse Prevention