State-of-the-Art Detox Center
The First Step in the Road to Recovery
Detoxification, or detox, is often just the first step in a long-term substance use treatment plan. Detoxification allows the body to rid itself of the drugs or alcohol that have been consumed. This process can be dangerous, as withdrawal from some substances can be life-threatening. For this reason, detox should always take place under medical supervision.
After detoxification, our guests will transition to our inpatient residential treatment program. This program is designed to help guests overcome their addiction and prepare for a life of sobriety. Our inpatient drug rehab program includes individual and group therapy, as well as a variety of other activities and services.
At High Watch Recovery Center, we tailor our care to each individual’s unique needs in our brand-new detox facility. Our goal is to help you detox safely and comfortably, and to prepare you for a successful recovery.
After detox, you will be ready to start a residential treatment plan. Detox is just the first step on the road to recovery.
About High Watch's Detox Center
Opened in 2022, our detox center may be the most beautiful in the nation. We believe it is important that our guests feel comfortable and cared for. Successful recovery is challenging, enough. Feeling institutionalized certainly doesn’t make it any easier.
So, our detox center is beautifully appointed. Persian rugs sit upon reclaimed hardwood floors. Oak beds are covered by beautiful patchwork quilts. Bathroom spaces are bright and spacious. Our guests feel at home.
Furniture and fixtures could never replace the highest quality clinical care, though. Our physicians and nursing staff are on-site and available to ensure that guests are safe and healthy and to help them with whatever they need whenever they need it.
In addition, our guests begin seeing their therapist during their stay in detox, as opposed to waiting until they are transferred to our residential program. Establishing this early relationship builds an early and essential bond of trust that is directly tied to successful recovery.