How Long Does a Detox in MA Take to Complete
“How long does detox take?” is the #1 question that most first-time patients ask.
At Mayflower Detox in MA, we understand the apprehension that can keep people from getting the help they need for drug and alcohol addiction. We strive to provide resources that can help patients understand and best prepare themselves for their Massachusetts detox experience.
Below is a simple graphic that details what an example of a Massachusetts detox timeline might look like. Most detox programs at Mayflower in MA consist of two phases: 1) Acute Treatment Services (ATS or medically monitored detox; and 2) and Clinical Stabilization Services (CSS).
For a client who stayed for both detox and residential treatment, their combined, “typical” stay at Mayflower is approximately 3-4 weeks.
Acute Treatment Services in MA
(ATS Detox in MA)
Clinical Stabilization Services in MA
(CSS Residential Rehab in MA)
Clinical Stabilization Services in MA or Residential rehab in MA for drugs and alcohol begins once a patient has stabilized. Most Residential Treatment clients at Mayflower Detox in MA enter CSS directly from the ATS Detox program in MA, but CSS Residential Rehab in MA may also help patients who don’t require as much medication in their detox program, or even for patients who have stabilized but may be at risk of imminent relapse.
During a Residential Rehab in MA stay at Mayflower Recovery and Detox, our team of medical professionals, clinicians, therapists, and counselors will provide structure and support. This includes education, counseling, a variety of therapies. They will work with you to develop an aftercare plan and help your transition between detox and drug rehab programs and alcohol rehab in MA.
A Residential drug and alcohol rehab program in MA typically lasts about one to two weeks but maybe longer based on the patient’s condition and needs.
Treatment for Each Patient
At Mayflower Detox in Willmington, MA, we understand that there truly is no “typical” Massachusetts detox experience and that every single person’s experience is unique. That’s why our medical, clinical and case management team will treat you as an individual and customize a treatment plan designed specifically to help you reach your goals and gain back control of your life.
Several factors, including which substance you are addicted to, your medical history, weight, genetics, and how long you have been abusing, all will play a part in determining an individual’s detox experience.