At Lumiere Detox Center we offer a host of programs designed to help those struggling with addictions get the help they need, while treating them with the utmost respect and dignity. By doing so, we hope to encourage openness about addictions in the community and prevent the stigma of addiction from interfering with recovery.
All of our detox programs provide comprehensive care to address each patient’s unique needs related to physical, mental and emotional health. Our detox team at Lumiere is comprised of physicians, psychiatrists, registered nurses, clinicians, case managers and other addiction professionals. Many of our staff have firsthand knowledge of the life-changing challenges and issues that men and women commonly face when beginning a lifestyle of recovery.
Learn more about the different detox programs available at Lumiere:
The alcohol addiction detox program at Lumiere is designed to help patients overcome their physical and psychological addictions to alcohol. During this process, the individual will go through a comprehensive assessment before being admitted in order to determine the appropriate diagnosis and treatment.
While Drug Detox can be uncomfortable, the removable of toxic chemicals from your system is an important and necessary stage in your path to recovery. At Lumiere we have taken every possible measure to ensure that your detox experience is as comfortable as possible.
An Opiate is a narcotic derived from opium poppy plants. It is medically used to induce sleep and alleviate pain. Heroin, codeine, morphine, methadone, OxyContin, Vicodin, Demerol, Dilaudid, Percocet, Meperidine, and other pharmaceutically created painkillers are all in the drug class called opiates.
Methadone is a synthetic narcotic used to treat pain and can be used as part of narcotic replacement therapy in the treatment of narcotic dependency. It is often used illegally on the street as a replacement drug when other more powerful narcotics are not available.
Prescription Drug Detox
Prescription drug dependency is a growing problem due to the ease of accessibility. Persons may steal prescription drugs for recreation use but may eventually become addicted, often requiring drug detox. Prescription drugs are those that are prescribed by a licensed medical professional.