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Substance Abuse & Mental Health Recovery

Through our trusted and vetted partners, Apex Health offers residential detox, inpatient, and outpatient services to patients in need of recovery services. Apex Health is selective when choosing our partners and only collaborates with the best rehabilitation programs in the country.

To facilitate continuity of care Apex continues to care for our patients’ medical needs while in recovery – this decreases the probability of a relapse post-program and accelerates recovery times. In the event of a relapse, Apex’s collaborative healthcare ecosystem integrates our our patients’ hospital, their primary care provider, and their rehabilitation program to tailor their recovery process to that unique patient.

Highlighted Services

  • Detox
  • IOP/PHP program
  • Intensive residential programs
  • 24 hour supervision

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Substance Abuse and Mental Health Recovery FAQs

What is substance abuse detox?

Substance abuse detox is a process in which individuals who are addicted to drugs or alcohol stop using these substances and undergo medical treatment to manage withdrawal symptoms. The goal of detox is to safely rid the body of the substance and stabilize the individual to prepare them for further addiction treatment.

What are the withdrawal symptoms of substance abuse detox?

Withdrawal symptoms vary depending on the substance being abused, the amount and frequency of use, and the individual’s overall health. Common withdrawal symptoms include nausea, vomiting, sweating, anxiety, agitation, insomnia, and seizures. In some cases, withdrawal symptoms can be life-threatening, which is why medical supervision is necessary during detox.

How long does substance abuse detox take?

The length of substance abuse detox varies depending on the substance being abused and the severity of the addiction. Typically, detox can take anywhere from a few days to a few weeks. However, some individuals may require a longer stay in detox to manage severe withdrawal symptoms.

What happens after substance abuse detox?

After detox, individuals should continue addiction treatment to address the underlying causes of their addiction and learn coping skills to prevent relapse. Treatment can include inpatient or outpatient rehab programs, counseling, and support groups such as 12-step programs. Ongoing medical care and mental health support can also be beneficial for maintaining sobriety.

Is substance abuse detox covered by insurance?

Many insurance plans cover substance abuse detox, but the extent of coverage varies depending on the plan. It is important to check with your insurance provider to determine what is covered and to understand any out-of-pocket costs that may be required. Additionally, many detox programs offer payment plans or financial assistance to make treatment more affordable.

What is a residential substance abuse treatment program?

A residential substance abuse treatment program is a type of addiction treatment that provides round-the-clock care and support for individuals who are struggling with addiction. These programs are designed to help individuals overcome addiction by providing a safe and structured environment where they can receive medical care, counseling, and other support services.

What can I expect from a residential substance abuse treatment program?

Residential substance abuse treatment programs vary depending on the provider and the specific program. However, most programs provide a structured daily schedule that includes individual and group counseling, behavioral therapy, and other evidence-based treatment modalities. In addition, residents may receive medical care, nutritional support, and recreational activities to support their physical and mental health. The goal of these programs is to provide individuals with the tools and skills they need to overcome addiction and maintain long-term sobriety.

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