God Takes the Fear Out of the Equation
The dictionary defines detoxification as, “to remove poison from”, and the experience of coming off of drugs and alcohol can be scary. The side effects of unsupervised detox are often extremely painful and dangerous, even deadly. The fear of withdrawal is why millions of people struggling with addiction resist the idea of stopping, but the discomfort of detoxification is nothing compared to the consequences of continuing to use. At Road to Freedom, patients are given 24 hour care that focuses on their total recovery in a safe and comfortable environment. Detoxification is the first step toward sobriety and long-term healing that only Jesus can bring.
When you arrive at the Road to Freedom program, we will begin by completing a thorough medical assessment of your condition. This enables us to create an effective, individualized treatment plan that focuses on your specific needs. Because we utilize a medically supervised detoxification process, most of our patients avoid many of the common detoxification symptoms.
The drug and alcohol detoxification process can become even more complicated when combined with mental health concerns such as bipolar, anxiety or depression disorders, unresolved emotional trauma or compulsive behaviors. If you suffer from one of these issues, it is vital that you choose a rehab that is staffed with mental health professionals who can effectively address the complexity of your situation. Road to Freedom has a full psychiatric team that is dedicated to helping dual diagnoses patients experience total recovery.
At Road to Freedom, we believe that the power of Jesus Christ, working through our professional staff of pastors, doctors and therapists, can put you on the path to a healthy and abundant life more quickly and safely than you ever thought possible.
For a free confidential consultation with one of our professional counselors, contact us toll free at 877-443-7342 to discuss your unique situation.
West Palm Beach, FL : When a loved one is spiraling out of control with drug and alcohol addiction, family members are confused between what their mind tells them to do about a person they love and what their heart says. Unfortunately, It really is possible to love someone to death.
5 April 2013