Addiction Care Interventions Medically Supervised Withdrawal Claimed

Addiction Care Interventions Medically Supervised Withdrawal New York NY

500 West 57th Street
2nd-5th Floors
New York, NY 10019

212-293-3000
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The first step on the road to recovery begins with our medically supervised inpatient detoxification service. ACI's mission is to ensure a safe and pain-free experience from alcohol and/or drug withdrawal.

Service Setting

  • Residential Detoxification

Payments

  • Medicaid
  • State Financed Health Insurance Other Than Medicaid
  • Private Health Insurance
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Primary Focus

  • Chemical Dependency Treatment
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Services Provided

  • Medically Supervised Withdrawal
  • Behavioral Therapy
  • Alternative Therapies
  • Medication Management
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Type of Care

  • Inpatient Detox

About Addiction Care Interventions Medically Supervised Withdrawal

When individuals arrive to embark on the road to recovery they are medically and psychiatrically assessed. In addition, patients are given a comprehensive orientation to the program. Individuals who are nicotine dependant are offered Nicotine Replacement Therapy. Each patient is closely monitored by our experienced and dedicated addiction specialists for medical and emotional complications. Individuals continue to receive this level of service until all the withdrawal symptoms have thoroughly abated. The average length of stay is between three-five days.

Individuals who are withdrawing from drugs and alcohol can feel physically and emotionally uncomfortable. Therefore they are given the space and time to heal. All individuals are stabilized and meet with their primary counselor to develop a personalized, comprehensive treatment plan. The main focus of this plan is establishing the patient’s next level of care. This aspect of treatment is of paramount importance as it is well known that when individuals do not go on to a higher level of care they are more likely to relapse. Our empathetic and knowledgeable staff utilize evidence based strategies and thoroughly explore patient’s personal history as well as achievements. ACI believes that self-efficacy increases when individuals have the opportunity and platform to acknowledge their achievements, and affirmative personal qualities. Individuals are seen daily and families are invited to attend treatment in person, telephonically, through video chat, or during arranged visitation.

Individuals are encouraged to attend as many groups as they can in order to learn coping skills to avoid their relapse triggers, to socialize with peers in a sober environment, and to explore their personal experiences and expectations.

Treatment Options

Addiction Care Interventions Medically Supervised Withdrawal provides the following treatment options:

  • Medication Management
  • Individual Therapy
  • Family Therapy
  • Drama Therapy
  • Health Group
  • Sober Recreation
  • Art Therapy
  • Spirituality Group

Policies

Cell phones and other valuable electronic devices are strongly discouraged from being brought to treatment. Cell phones are not permitted while participating in Inpatient Treatment. If cell phones or other devices are brought, they can be placed in a safe location until treatment is completed. Patients are also discouraged from bringing any highly valuable personal belongings.

Visitors are permitted to visit patients with prior approval at our Inpatient Location. At our Outpatient Location, appointments can be made for sessions with family members by coordinating with the patient’s primary counselor.

Patients can have cash up to $100 held in our safe while participating in our Inpatient Detox and Rehab. Our Outpatient location does not hold money.

What is not allowed in treatment?

  • Any food from outside of the facility without prior approval
  • Inappropriate photos / paraphernalia
  • Glass bottles
  • Weapons
  • Alcohol pads and rubbing alcohol
  • Cell phones – can be brought but must be placed in secure property, along with any other electronic devices
  • Cameras
  • Drugs and drug paraphernalia
  • Nail polish or nail polish remover
  • Razors, hair clippers, electric razors, razor blades, disposable razors, tweezers
  • Knives, scissors, pins or needles
  • Any prescription medications and/or over the counter medications (all have to be provided to the nurse)
  • Hair coloring or hair dye, perms, or hair straighteners
  • All tobacco products (i.e. cigarettes, cigars, chewing tobacco, snuff, pipes, rolling paper)
  • Any igniting materials (i.e. matches or lighters)
  • Offensive clothing (i.e. magic markers, glue, or any other item that may contain harmful or toxic ingredients)

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