Medical Detox at Banyan Texas
Addiction is a devastating disease that can damage a person’s life. Those struggling with substance abuse should seek immediate treatment so they can begin their journey to sobriety. Drug and alcohol abuse treatments have proven to be effective time and time again in helping people reach their goal of a sober life. But it can be tricky to find the treatment that’s right for you. It’s important to choose a treatment or program, like a detox program, that can help you take that first step in recovery and ease you into the process. These programs are individualized to meet the specific needs of each patient.
At Banyan Treatment Centers Texas, we understand that the first step of drug addiction treatment is to manage the substance withdrawal symptom. That’s why we offer a variety of medically assisted detox programs that are created to target addiction at its source. All detox medications are administered and strictly monitored by clinical and medical professionals, making these treatments at our rehab in Texas safe and effective.
Treating Withdrawal Symptoms in Our Detox Programs
Withdrawals can result from a variety of factors. They may occur when the body attempts to adjust itself to life without drugs or alcohol, or they can be caused by other changes in the body. It’s important to understand that although severe withdrawals can and do occur, they can be treated.
At our detox program at Banyan Texas, patients stay on-site, making it easier for them to move forward to the next step in their treatment. We provide the proper medical support and treatment options for substance detoxification, creating a safe and comfortable environment where our patients can begin to heal.
We offer several approaches to our drug detox. This includes our assisted medical detox program, during which patients are given the tools to alleviate uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms. At Banyan Texas, we pride ourselves on ensuring a safe, comfortable, and healthy detox process for the patients in our care.
Detox Programs at Banyan Texas
We provide a variety of detox programs at our Texas treatment facility.
Alcohol is a commonly abused substance and one of the most dangerous ones to detox from. Alcohol withdrawal symptoms can be life-threatening if they are not properly treated and medically monitored. At Banyan Texas, we ensure our patients receive their medical alcohol detox treatment in a safe environment.
Benzos are prescription drugs that are normally used to treat conditions like anxiety, seizures, insomnia, and more. Unfortunately, like many other drugs, benzodiazepines are often abused and can cause horrible health issues. With our Texas benzo detox program, people battling with benzo addiction can take the first step in their recovery journey and get closer to achieving their sobriety.
Cocaine is one of the most commonly abused drugs in the United States. Many people have fallen into the grips of crack cocaine addiction, a disease that viciously harms the body and mind. To avoid the negative effects cocaine has on a person’s health and life, struggling addicts can begin their treatment with our cocaine detox.
Heroin is an opiate that is known for trapping people into a vicious cycle of addiction. The feelings of euphoria and pleasure that this drug produces are highly addictive. At Banyan Texas’s Detox Program, we believe that by undergoing a heroin detox treatment, the mental and physical aspects of addiction can be overcome, and long-term sobriety can be achieved.
Meth, also known as methamphetamine, is a dangerously addictive drug that causes life-threatening physical and mental symptoms. Fortunately, our meth detox program in Texas can help individuals caught in meth addiction break free and start their journey to sobriety.
Opiates, also referred to as opioids, are usually prescription medications that are used to treat chronic pain. These prescription drugs produce a temporary and addictive feeling of pleasure. Like with many other drugs, recovering from an opiate addiction can be difficult to do on your own. That’s why we provide our opiate detox treatment to help individuals struggling with addiction to opiates begin their recovery journey with a treatment that meets their needs.
Prescription Pill Detox
Lots of prescription drugs affect the brain and the central nervous system and can quickly lead to addiction. Prescription drugs include opioids as pain treatment, stimulants, and depressants. The most effective way to successfully detox from prescription drugs is a medically monitored prescription pill detox program.
Most Insurance Plans Accepted
At Banyan, our goal is to make sure anyone who needs Texas drug and alcohol treatment can get the help needed to assist them on the road to recovery. If you don't have insurance, contact us to inquire about alternate methods regarding treatment for yourself or a loved one.
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Jeff and Mackenzie were absolutely amazing and I learned the most from them.Nicholas C.
I recommend this facility to anyone who is in addiction and who wants help! I learned a lot here in Banyan.Mayra L.
The program is really great and has helped me grow in my recovery. Staff was amazing and food was superb.Michael C.
The family zoom meetings have helped me so much. I attend weekly and have learned so much being a family member of an alcoholic/addict.Courtney K.
Very nice facility. I have learned alot and my therapist Amy and my case manager Shannon, helped me alot. The facility and food is amazing.Se Y.
I can say without fail that this facility truly cares about their clients.Jimaine T.
From the very beginning Banyan took great care of me mentally, physically and spiritually. He witnessed first hand my transformation.Paul I. James S.
Working with Matt Daily from Clearbrook has been fantastic!Tracey M.
Most Insurance Plans Accepted
At Banyan Treatment Centers, our goal is to make sure that anyone who needs treatment from drug and alcohol addiction are able to get the help needed to assist them on the road to recovery. If you don't have insurance contact us to inquire about alternate methods regarding treatment for yourself or a loved one.