Drug Detox Center in Georgia

Don’t let the pain of withdrawal, or the fear of failure, keep you trapped in the downward spiral of substance abuse and addiction. Our detox professionals can keep you safe and comfortable as you take your first steps on the path towards long-term recovery.

Necessity of Detox

Learn Why Detox Can Be Necessary for Effective Treatment

One of the many risks of substance abuse is the development of addiction. When you become addicted to alcohol, cocaine, opioids, or any other addictive substances, your body adapts to the presence of these drugs. If you then try to end your substance use, your body may react with a variety of distressing physical and psychological symptoms. This experience is known as withdrawal.

Trying to endure withdrawal on your own can be excruciating. The intensity of your symptoms, and the knowledge that you achieve relief by resuming your substance use, can overwhelm your efforts to escape your addiction. If you can’t stop your substance use long enough to start treatment, you may feel trapped.

The good news is that you don’t have to go through this experience alone.

At Blue Ridge Mountain Recovery Center in Georgia, our detoxification program can be an essential first step on your recovery journey. Detox is a safe, comfortable, and closely monitored environment. You’ll work with experienced professionals who can protect your health and ease any discomfort.

Once you’ve completed detox, you’ll be ready to start the next phase of treatment.


Benefits of Substance Abuse Detox

The following are among the many benefits of completing substance abuse detox at Blue Ridge Mountain:

Safety and security: Throughout your time in detox, you will be under the constant supervision of experienced professionals. These dedicated men and women can offer both medical and therapeutic support. They understand all phases of detox, and are prepared for all contingencies.

Medical support: Certain prescription medications can ease withdrawal symptoms. Depending upon your specific needs, our medical director and nursing staff can provide medication management services while you are in our care.

Therapy: You can take part in therapy while you are completing detox at Blue Ridge Mountain. Therapy can help you to manage discomfort, and can also prepare you for the next phase of treatment. The progress that you make during therapy sessions in detox may benefit you for years to come.

Continuity of care: Once you’ve completed detox, you can transition directly into the next phase of treatment. This protects you from immediate relapse, and allows you to gain a stronger foothold in early recovery. It also allows you to maintain and build upon the progress that you made during detox.

Importance of Detox

The Importance of Detox for Substance Abuse

Substance abuse detox can be an important first step on your path towards lifelong recovery. This short-term experience offers many long-term advantages, such as the following:

Healing: When you enter detox, you are no longer at risk for further harm due to substance abuse. You also begin to heal from past damage. Every day of your detox experience is an opportunity to heal in body and mind. As you regain your physical strength and mental clarity, you will become better prepared to achieve long-term recovery.

Success and self-confidence: Completing detox is a reason to be proud. Many people never achieve this accomplishment. The knowledge that you are capable of more than you once believed can be a powerful tool. You will encounter many obstacles as you walk the path of recovery. The sense of confidence that comes from completing detox will serve you well as you overcome these obstacles.

Connection to the recovery community: Detox ends the isolation of substance abuse and addiction. In detox, you will work with experienced professionals, and you will heal alongside others who are also beginning their recovery journey. These people will show you the power of the global recovery community. During and after your time in treatment, your connection to the recovery community can be a continued source of strength, support, and purpose.

I love the staff here. Most are in recovery too, so they can definitely relate!

– Harper
Marks of Quality Care
  • Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF)
  • National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP)
  • PsychArmor
  • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)