Inpatient Alcohol DetoxWelcome to our inpatient drug detox center in Olympia, Washington

We understand that addiction is a complex disease requiring comprehensive treatment. Our highly trained professionals are committed to providing you with the best possible care to help you overcome addiction and achieve lasting recovery.

Our Inpatient Drug Detox Program

At our inpatient drug detox center, we provide a safe and comfortable environment for you to detox from drugs or alcohol. In addition, our program will help you manage withdrawal symptoms and prepare for ongoing treatment.

We offer a medically supervised detox program, meaning you can access medical staff 24/7. In addition, our team will monitor your condition closely and provide medication-assisted treatment when necessary to manage your withdrawal symptoms.

Our detox program is personalized to meet your unique needs. We understand that everyone’s addiction is different, and we will work with you to develop a treatment plan that addresses your specific needs and goals.

Inpatient Drug Detox Center Facilities

Our inpatient drug detox center offers a range of facilities to ensure you feel comfortable and supported throughout your stay. Our rooms are designed to provide a calming and peaceful environment, with comfortable beds, fresh linens, and natural lighting.

We also offer a range of amenities, including a lounge area, outdoor space, and on-site dining. We aim to make your stay as comfortable as possible so that you can focus on your recovery.

Setting yourself free from the addiction of drugsTreatment Modalities

Our inpatient drug detox center in Olympia offers a range of treatment modalities to help you overcome addiction and achieve lasting recovery. We believe that a holistic approach to treatment is essential, and we will work with you to address your physical, emotional, and spiritual needs.

Some of the treatment modalities we offer include:

  1. Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT)
  2. Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT)
  3. Motivational interviewing
  4. Family therapy
  5. Art therapy
  6. Music therapy
  7. Yoga and meditation
  8. Mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR)

Our licensed therapists and addiction specialists will work with you to determine which treatment modalities best suit your needs.

Why Choose Our Inpatient Drug Detox Center?

Choosing the right inpatient drug detox center is essential, and we understand you have many options. Here are some of the reasons why we believe our center is the best choice for your recovery:

  1. Highly trained staff – Our team of professionals includes licensed therapists, addiction specialists, and medical staff who are committed to providing you with the best Inpatient Drug Detoxpossible care.
  2. Personalized treatment plans – Addiction is a complex disease requiring a customized treatment approach. We will work with you to develop a treatment plan that addresses your unique needs and goals.
  3. Safe and comfortable environment – Our inpatient drug detox center provides a safe and comfortable environment for you to detox from drugs or alcohol. Our rooms are designed to provide a calming and peaceful environment, and we offer a range of amenities to ensure you feel supported throughout your stay.
  4. The holistic approach to treatment – A holistic approach to therapy is essential for lasting recovery. We offer a range of treatment modalities to address your physical, emotional, and spiritual needs.
  5. Aftercare support – Our commitment to your recovery doesn’t end when you leave our inpatient drug detox center. We offer ongoing aftercare support to help you transition back into your everyday life and maintain sobriety.

Contact Us Today

Our inpatient drug detox center in Olympia, Washington, can help if you or a loved one is struggling with addiction. Contact us today to learn more about our program and how we can support you on your journey to lasting recovery.

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