Detoxification Programs

You don’t have to do it alone

Breaking free of addictive chemicals isn’t easy. You need a comfortable environment, warm compassion and 24-hour monitoring. Our licensed medical professionals will guide you through the detox process in the safest way possible.

Detox is the first—and often most difficult—step toward recovery. We’ve created a comfortable, nurturing setting where you can focus on regaining wholeness. Within our warm environment, you’ll get the support you need for cleansing your body of harmful substances.

It can take up to five days to flush the chemicals from your body. During that time, you may experience unpleasant and often dangerous reactions. Professional supervision can help counter the effects of:

  • Hallucinations
  • Shaking
  • Sleep disorders
  • Depression
  • Jittery nerves

 

Medical Detox

Stabilize your body safely in our medically assisted detox program. Caring hands are ready to help 24 hours a day until your body has been cleansed of addictive substances. We may prescribe medication to minimize your discomfort. The average stay is 1-5 days.

Once you attain physical stability, we’ll recommend some next steps to help you continue your recovery. To encourage healing and wholeness, our acute detox program is smoke and tobacco-free.

We accept most forms of insurance—find out what your coverage includes.

Call our admissions specialist at (360) 397-8246 ext. 7580 to schedule a bed date or drop in on Mondays 7-9pm where beds are assigned on a first come first serve basis.

Sobering Unit

For those seeking a place to sober up, our doors are always open. Our Sobering Unit helps residents of Washington state manage intoxication in safety and comfort—plus it can serve as a bridge to our treatment programs as well as other community resources. The maximum stay at our Sobering Unit is 12 hours. To learn more, contact:

Phone: 360-397-8500

Email: soberingunit@lifelineconnections.org

 

hope. help. Healing.

 

“I checked myself into Detox at Lifeline Connections knowing full well that I was done. I am truly grateful for the opportunity to have been a client in inpatient treatment.”

– Alex R.