Iowa Detox Centers for Drug & Alcohol Addiction

Iowa is one of the many states in America that is currently struggling with a substance abuse crisis. Whether you live in Fort Dodge or Waterloo, you may be wondering how you can get help for yourself or someone you love who is grappling with an addiction to alcohol, opioids, or another dangerous substance. Detox is often the first step of recovery, and we can help you find safe and local detox centers in Iowa.

Our online directory is easy to use and allows you to find detox facilities close to home. You can also call 800-483-2193 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and be able to speak with a treatment advisor. Your advisor can help you find detox local facilities that will offer you the care you need at a reasonable price. We can even check your insurance benefits to make sure you get a facility within your plan.

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Drug & Alcohol Detox Centers in Iowa

Find local treatment centers near your city.

Why Choose Iowa Detox Centers?

Many people aren’t sure what happens in Iowa detox and believe it will be just as safe and easy to detox at home. The truth is, though, the latter option is actually extremely unsafe, especially if you are not receiving any medical attention.

  • Withdrawal symptoms are unpredictable and can worsen without much notice.
  • Doctors in detox centers are trained to see the signs of worsening symptoms, which is why it is safer to attend outpatient treatment.
  • Individuals with dual-diagnosis, multiple addictions, or dependencies on substances like alcohol, meth, and benzodiazepines will often need 24-hour surveillance during detox so inpatient treatment will be necessary.

Without a doctor’s expert advice and treatment, you could experience dangerous symptoms if you withdraw at home. In addition, those who do not choose professional detox are more likely to relapse during or after their withdrawal.

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Drug & Alcohol Detox Statistics

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Treatment Approaches

1Assessment

Our helpline will ask you some simple questions and help you determine whether a particular detox center is right for you.

2Detox

Caring treatment specialists will work with you to keep you comfortable during withdrawal to prepare you for recovery.

3Rehab

Therapy and counseling are provided to help you discover the core reasons behind your addiction and how to cope without drugs or alcohol.

4Recovery

Follow-up programs and continued attention to recovery assist you in maintaining a sober lifestyle following the treatment received in detox and rehab.

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How Long is Iowa Alcohol Detox?

Iowa alcohol detox can be complicated, which is why it often takes longer than other types of substance abuse detox programs.

  • Delirium tremens, a severe form of withdrawal, can appear 72 hours after withdrawal begins.
  • Some patients experience seizures and hallucinations during alcohol withdrawal, which can require sedation.
  • Afterwards, patients need more time to recover and to become stabilized again.

Because of this, alcohol detox can take as long as several weeks or more. If you want to learn more about your options for Iowa alcohol detox programs, call 800-483-2193 now.

How Long is Iowa Drug Detox?

Drug detox in Iowa can take varying amounts of time, especially for patients who are addicted to multiple drugs. Individuals who are struggling with stimulant dependency will need at least a few months in detox to safely recover, as the symptoms can last for a very long time and are mostly psychological in nature. Those who are going through opioid withdrawal may only need a week or so to detox, although many may take longer, especially if they are being treated with methadone or buprenorphine.

It is best to discuss your treatment length with your doctor and to ask that a timeline be created with your specific needs in mind. Every patient is different and so must be their detox treatment.

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Inpatient vs. Outpatient Detox Centers in IA

Not everyone requires inpatient treatment but it can be helpful, especially during detox. Those who have

  • Co-occurring mental or physical illnesses
  • Severe addictions or dependencies
  • A withdrawal syndrome that is likely to cause life-threatening or dangerous symptoms
  • A fear of relapsing during detox
  • Never been through detox before
  • Detoxed from alcohol in the past and must do so again
  • A lack of support at home
  • A home environment that is dangerous or not conducive to recovery

may want to choose this treatment option. However, outpatient care can be effective for those who have fewer additional issues and who want a more hands-off approach to treatment.

Get Help Today

You can begin your safe recovery from substance abuse today by choosing an Iowa detox center near you. We are always available to help you find the perfect detox facility depending on your current needs; just call 800-483-2193 today.