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Hope Rising Detox

Who can be addicted?

Everyone who is of the human race can become addicted to drugs or alcohol. Nobody is immune.

Do I need insurance?

No, though it is preferred and we accept most insurance carriers, we do take private funds.

How long does detox take?

Each person and each addiction is unique to them and to their circumstances. Typically the average stay is between 5-10 days for detox.

Will I be able to talk with my friends and family during my stay?

Conversations with outside parties are discouraged during the detox portion to keep the focus on your recovery but are allowed in certain circumstances. With your authorization, we will communicate milestones that you’ve achieved along with your recovery status to these parties. Once in residential, you will have lots of opportunities to not only call family but have them visit with you in person.

Why can't I detox at home?

It can be very painful to come off substances. In some situations, detoxification can be life threatening. We offer medications to ease the symptoms. Our licensed medical staff is there 24/7 to assist with any situation that may arise.

Will it hurt to detox?

Yes, however, we offer medications and specific therapy to lessen the side effects of coming off of a substance.

Can I have my phone with me?

No, we safely store all electronic devices and unnecessary personal items in a locked compartment onsite. This is to ensure your success.

What types of detox do you offer?

We specialize in illegal drugs, prescription drugs, and alcohol.

Will I be safe?

Yes. We prioritize the safety and security of our clients above all else. We provide licensed medical staff to engage with you 24/7 to ensure you are safe in your detox.

I have allergies. What precaution will be taken to ensure my safety?

During your initial screening we identify any and all allergies and do everything in our power to help you avoid these allergens.. This can include foods, medicines, animals, and a host of many other allergens.

Do I have to partake in the outdoor activities?

No, these are just optional activities we offer for those who are interested.

Can my friend come with me?

Depends. If he/she is also needing detox and meets the intake requirements, then yes. However, just having a friend with you for support is not allowed.

What are my chances of success?

It depends on you. If you have a desire to make a change and are willing to try, we will do all we can to make you successful in your journey to sobriety. The first step is the hardest, we help with that. Choosing to stay clean requires a lifelong commitment.