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24/7 Medically Monitored Drug and Alcohol Detox in Santa Clarita, CA

    What is Drug and Alcohol Detox?

    Using drugs or alcohol for a long period of time builds a physical and psychological dependency. When you stop using these substances, the body and mind start to panic and withdrawal symptoms begin.

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    Drug and alcohol detox is the first step to recovery. It is the process of your body removing the toxins built up from these substances. Depending on the substance and length of use, detox can last anywhere between a few days up to a few weeks.

    Why You Need Drug and Alcohol Detox

    Withdrawal Symptoms

    One of the main reasons people are afraid to stop using drugs or alcohol is the withdrawal symptoms. These symptoms can range from body aches and cramps to seizures and possible death. This is why it is never a good idea to detox on your own.

    Safety & Care

    Our doctors and medical detox team will work with your particular case to ensure a smooth, comfortable, and safe detox from drugs and alcohol with minimal or no withdrawal symptoms.

    What to Expect in Our Detox Program

    Doctor Evaluation

    The first step of our medical drug and alcohol detox program is getting an evaluation by one of our doctors. They will evaluate your current physical / mental state and medical history to create a personalized detox and recovery plan.


    MAT or Medication Assisted Treatment is an evidence-based, whole patient approach to treatment. It is the combination of FDA approved medication with counselling and behavioral therapies to help you go through detox and rehab with minimal to no withdrawal symptoms. This allows you to focus on recovery and decrease chances of relapse.  An example of MAT would be when our doctor approves the use of Buprenorphine and Buprenorphine products for opioid use disorders, like heroin abuse.

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    24/7 Medical Monitoring

    Our doctors are on call 24/7 for your needs and will make any adjustments during detox and rehab to make sure you have a safe and comfortable recovery. Our trained team is on site 24/7 and monitors your medical condition closely and intervenes when necessary. Rest assured that you are in good hands.

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    Detox FAQ

    How long is drug and alcohol detox?

    This depends on the substance and length of use. Detox can last anywhere from a few days to a few weeks.

    What are some common withdrawal symptoms?

    Nausea or vomiting, intense cravings, depression or anxiety, increased or irregular heart rate, increased irritability, confused thinking or difficulty with concentration, sleeping issues and insomnia, muscle soreness or stiffness, headaches, sweating, fever, seizures or panic attacks, and hallucinations.

    Which medications do you use for alcohol detox?

    Librium, Ativan, and Valium

    Which medications do you use for opioid detox?

    Buprenorphine, Tramadol, and Benzodiazepines

    What is the cost of detox?

    The cost of detox is covered by your insurance benefits. If you do not have insurance, please call our admissions coordinator to speak about a private payment plan.

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    Healthy Living’s Residential Rehab in Santa Clarita CA is fully licensed by DHCS and accredited by JCAHO as a detox and residential treatment center owned and operated by highly experienced, board-certified doctors – specialists in their respective fields, as well as, certified counselors and licensed therapists.

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    Many of us staff members have journeyed the same road as our clients and have dealt with the devastating effects of addiction and trauma.
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