Inpatient Medical Detox
Drug Detoxification (Detox) is one of the most important roles and the first step in the recovery process.Learn More
Individual Therapy is a key aspect of the addiction recovery process. As one begins a life of sobriety, many emotions and past experiences will crop up.Learn More
Recovery is not done alone, it is done with the support of sober friends, a 12-step sponsor, the recovery community and their loved ones.Learn More
A crucial aspect of detox is ensuring that each individual has a safe and healthy after-care plan in place, prior to their discharge.Learn More
The addiction of a loved one will stress the family to the breaking point, impact the stability of the home, the family’s unity, mental health, physical health, finances, and overall family dynamics.Learn More
At Desert Mountain Health we understand the importance of monitoring each and every one of our clients from a medical standpoint.Learn More
We understand that there are many reasons why people may abuse these substances, and getting to the root of the problem can be a long road. Addictive substances get lodged in the tissues, and this creates physiological and physical symptoms. The detoxification process can take some time, so medical supervision is highly recommended. This is also the best way to begin the recovery process because it allows the addict to experience time in a clean and sober environment safely.
The transition from detox to recovery is very difficult for many people, and relapses are common during this period of time. The evidence clearly indicates that detoxing alone is not enough. Long-term recovery requires a variety of support services and environmental conditions.