7 & 14 Day Drug & Alcohol Addiction Treatment Programs
7 & 14 Day Drug & Alcohol Addiction Treatment Programs
Recovery from drug or alcohol addiction is important on every level—critical for your physical, mental, spiritual, and financial health. We recommend that our clients devote as much time as needed to truly get well, and feel as though they are making significant progress down the road to recovery. However, not everyone can go along with a long-term on-site detox program, but luckily Chapters Capistrano offers a specialized 1 week alcohol & drug detox rehab program. It’s your choice of a 7 day inpatient rehab or a 14 day inpatient rehab, either way, the time for sobriety starts now.
Our professional and friendly counselors are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
How Does a 7 Day Detox Program Work?
While a 30 day alcohol or drug detox is the average length of stay at Chapters Capistrano, we still are proud to offer 7 and 14 day alcohol and drug detox programs for interested parties. These programs are expedited, but designed to provide a firm, sound foundation in recovery, and to allow individuals to move forward with confidence that they are on the right path.
You or a loved one will still receive the same quality of care, with a great deal of attention paid to your health, safety, and progress towards sobriety. Our medical staff will closely monitor how you’re responding to the withdrawal symptoms of your substance addiction for the week or two weeks in detox. It will also be very vital to be sure that there are no lingering urges to abuse drug or alcohol again.
We understand that some people are simply to busy or can’t afford a longer stay in our detox program, but that doesn’t mean you can’t receive help. Our full team of experienced staff offers direct comprehensive detox protocol, necessary for ridding the body of toxins and beginning the recovery process in earnest. This way you can start your life of sobriety while also returning to your normal everyday life outside of treatment.
Withdrawal Is A Part Of Recovery
Withdrawing from drugs or alcohol is not only difficult to endure but it is a necessary part of recovery and sometimes is can even become life threatening. Admission to a proper detox facility is vital in order to receive a proper detox from drugs and/or alcohol and overcome addiction. First, it can limit the overall severity of withdrawal and increase the levels of comfort during the detoxification process. Second, a proper executive detox facility will provide 24/7 support and medical care, this is of utmost importance during the detoxification process so any issues or complications can be identified and proper measures can be taken for the patients safety.
Now is the time to seek help. Call us today.
Most Withdrawal Symptoms Last Roughly 7 Days
When the individual begins to show signs of withdrawal this is often times the most difficult part of the detoxification process. At this point in time the patient is at the greatest risk of relapse due to their urge to end the pain they are enduring from the withdrawals. The symptoms are very similar for a large number of substances and we monitor your drug or alcohol withdrawal day by day. Generally speaking they are oftentimes the exact opposite of the feeling the user would be feeling if they were using. As an example, sedatives repress the central nervous system (CNS) which consists of the brain, spinal cord and optic nerves. Withdrawal from sedatives oftentimes results in over-activity of the CNS.
Common Symptoms Of Alcohol Withdrawal
- Shaky Hands
- Alcohol Cravings
Common Symptoms Of Amphetamine Withdrawal
- Cardiac Arrest
- Lack of Coordination
- Excessive Hunger
- Signs/Symptoms of Schizophrenia
Are you or your loved one suffering from addiction?
Do you have questions or concerns? Our intake coordinators will answer them.
Help To Prevent Withdrawal Symptoms
By attending a withdrawal facility you’ll be able to not only have supervision during your detox but you’ll have the ability to be administered non addictive medication to help with the withdrawal symptoms. This medication can help alleviate some of the worse effects attributed to the detoxification process. As an example, benzodiazepines can be used to detox from stimulants while suboxone can be used to help with detoxification from opioids.
We clearly detail our recovery packages, leaving no stone upturned and everything out on the table. We make sure that our pricing is clear and straightforward from the very beginning. We believe in complete transparency with our guests, from the very moment you consider Chapters for your luxury addiction treatment center.
Although 30 days is the average, we know everyone is unique and while some may need more time, other may need less. We’re more than happy to accommodate everyone based on their individual treatment needs. Whether you’re in need of 7-14 days of detox or 90 days of treatment, our schedule is open to you.
Some reasons to consider our week- or two-week-long detox programs:
All of it is done on-site, which is more convenient for our patients. If you choose to stay in our facilities longer, you don’t have to go anywhere!
- We try to keep patients comfortable with an executive assisted detox, and utilize non-addictive medications to keep withdrawal pains minimal during your 7 day detox or 14 day detox.
- Highly-experienced professionals oversee the entire process, ensuring safety and overall good health—not just a “quick fix.”
- We have a 24/7 staff available to provide monitoring and care.
- We offer fully private rooms for all guests, saving those who specifically request to have roommates.
- Our oceanfront facility is peaceful and quiet—an ideal place to focus on detox and recovery.
Do you feel that Chapters Capistrano is the luxury rehab center for you? If so, call us today to book your stay.
Chapters Capistrano strives to help people who are facing substance abuse, addiction, mental health disorders, or a combination of these conditions. It does this by providing compassionate care and evidence-based content that addresses health, treatment, and recovery.
Licensed medical professionals review material we publish on our site. The material is not a substitute for qualified medical diagnoses, treatment, or advice. It should not be used to replace the suggestions of your personal physician or other health care professionals.
Talk with one of our Treatment Specialists!
Call 24/7: 949-276-2886