Sub-Acute Detox Treatment

“It was so risky and so scary, and yet at the same time, so beautiful. Maybe the truth was, it shouldn't be easy to be amazing. Then everything would be. It's the things you fight for and struggle with before earning that have the greatest worth. When something's difficult to come by, you'll do that much more to make sure it's even harder -if not impossible- to lose.” ― Sarah Dessen, Along for the Ride

If you have made a decision to stop using drugs, we want to take this time to congratulate you on this life-changing decision. It is not easy to ask for help – it is even harder to continue on the path of destruction that addiction causes.

Sub-Acute DetoxAt Her House Rehab, we offer something called sub-acute rehab. Sub-acute rehab at our center provides you with 24- hour support and care throughout the initial stages withdrawal. Our expert team of doctors and addiction specialists is on hand to support you during this difficult time.

Your progress will be closely monitored and observed in our Sub-Acute Rehabilitation Program. We will make every effort to help you feel as comfortable as possible throughout the detoxification process. Your safety is our number one priority. You can rest assured in the skills and knowledge of our amazing sub-acute rehabilitation team.

What is sub-acute rehab?

Sub-acute rehab at our facility is for women who are using substances that require a withdrawal process when using ceases. The common types of drugs that are abused that have a withdrawal period are:

The severity of withdrawal is influenced by several factors. The length of time used, method of use, amount used on a regular basis, presence of co-occurring disorders, and family history all contribute to the intensity of withdrawal. The withdrawal period from substances can keep many addicts stuck in the grips of addiction. The feelings of fear and the symptoms of physical sickness often drive people back to their drug of choice. It is very beneficial to detox in a safe and nurturing environment.

Sub-acute detox is for people whose withdrawal symptoms are intense enough to warrant extended supervision and care. The major determining difference between sub-acute rehab vs. acute rehab is that sub-acute rehab does not require hospitalization.

For those suffering from withdrawal symptoms that are great enough to be hospitalized – we urge you to do so immediately to ensure medical safety and the best possible outcome.

You will receive peer and emotional support at our sub-acute rehab as well as medical attention and services for your withdrawal symptoms.

“If you are busy focusing on the falling bricks, you will never realize that they are truly stepping stones you need to cross over to the next phase of your life.” ― Kemi Sogunle

The treatment team at our facility is dedicated to helping you succeed. Her House Rehab is focused on healing women and helping them live the best life they possibly can. All women are beautiful. All women are worthy of a clean and serene life.

Addiction is a disease. We believe this is important to talk about. Many women report feeling embarrassed that they have a lack of will power. Will power has nothing to do with being able to stay clean. We know that you would quit if you could. The fact is, addicts lost the power of choice in their addiction as soon as it began.

People who do not yet understand addiction to be a disease believe that a strong enough reason should be good enough to stop. We know that this is not factual. We can watch friends die from drugs, we can lose our families, we can go deeper into the pits of self-despair, and none of those things are a strong enough reason to be able to put down the drink or drugs.

“Many times we are our worst enemy. If we could learn to conquer ourselves, then we will have a much easier time overcoming the obstacles that are in front of us.” ― Stephan Labossiere

Sub-Acute Detox 2There is nothing to be ashamed of if you are an addict. Addiction does not discriminate. Addiction can happen to any gender, race, creed, and sexuality. Addiction takes our mothers, grandmothers, sisters, wives, and daughters without so much as a glance back.

The terrifying reality is that addiction is a killer. The amazing news is that – you can recover and live a life of peace and serenity. Addiction treatment is available at Her House. We can show you how countless other women before you have ceased using drugs and have adopted a new way of life. You can be free from your addiction.

The first step is successfully detoxing from the substances you are addicted to. Once the withdrawal process has been completed in our sub-acute detox facility, we will collaborate with you on coming up with a specialized treatment plan.

Her House Rehab offers a beautiful and safe place to reclaim your life. We will guide you through every step of your early recovery. Our experts in the field of addiction will help you begin to navigate your new life of sobriety.

It is important for the physical aspects of stopping drugs to be completed successfully. Many people refer to this as “the fog being lifted.” It can be very gratifying to look at the world with clean and sober eyes for the first time.

Once the withdrawal process is over you can begin to start allowing the healing process to take place in other areas.

Her House Rehab stays on the cutting edge or successful and proven treatment approaches. We encourage you to take this time to focus on learning about yourself and allowing yourself to grow.

“The courage to live brings its own rewards.” ― Rachel L. Schade, Silent Kingdom

Recovery is a process, you did not become an addict overnight and you will not recover overnight. We are honored to be a part of your process of recovery. We want to show you how it is possible to stay clean and sober on a daily basis, one day at a time.

If you are suffering from addiction, call one of our specialists today and find out if sub-acute detox is the best option for you.


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