Affordable Alcohol Withdrawal Detox
“If you or a loved one is addicted to alcohol we can help. Contact us today!”
We offer a confidential and safe residential detox for adults. For an alcohol withdrawal detox your stay is 7 days.
We are a residential detox facility in Sacramento County, California. If you or a loved one is addicted to alcohol we can help. Withdrawal from alcohol can be life threatening that is why you need to start your recovery at Clean And Sober Detox.
Our facility has a medical component and clients receive medications to assist in alcohol detox. Withdrawal from alcohol is serious (emotionally and physically) and we are here to help walk our clients, their family through the process. We work with outside medical professionals who understand alcoholism and will prescribe medications to assist with alcohol detox symptoms. It is not necessary for clients to consume any detox medications upon exit. Many hospitals refer their patients to us for an alcohol detox. People who detox at home are at risk of having a seizure, stroke and or death.
Private rooms are available. Clients are supervised 24 hours a day. Detox is not crazy like you see on TV. Clean And Sober Detox provides detox in a safe and tranquil environment located in Fair Oaks, California.
Our ‘in house’ program consists of four hours of daily activities such as: reading from recovery books in a group session, viewing an educational video about the disease of addiction and 12 Step meetings. Staff understands you are withdrawing from alcohol so there may be days that you cannot fully participate. Clients have time to ‘just relax’, eat, sleep and watch TV throughout the day.
We accept only 6 clients at a time, thus allowing clients to have more individual care with staff and a more peaceful detox.
Our qualified staff will assist you through the process and journey to your new life of recovery. Prior to completion clients are assessed to determine the next suitable step. We help you set obtainable goals and support our clients to continue in their recovery at the appropriate level of care.
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