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Gallus Detox Centers offers customized medical detox programs in Arizona and Denver for alcohol and substance use disorders based on proprietary Gallus Method. Our medical team tailors each plan for the patient with 24/7 video monitoring and IV therapy.
When patients come to our detox centers, they will have access to a variety of addiction detox programs, including:
- Alcohol detox treatment
- Heroin detox treatment
- Benzodiazepine detox treatment
- Methadone detox treatment
Moreover, alcohol patients typically stay three to seven days, opiates are usually five to seven, benzodiazepines are usually seven to ten days, and methadone is usually seven to fourteen days.
Although we use evidence-based detox methods, our compassionate professionals realize that everyone is different. Therefore, our experienced addiction treatment staff will decide what treatment length is best for you.
Drug & Alcohol Detox Treatment
Gallus Detox Centers’ goal is to safely detox you, reduce your withdrawal symptoms using IV therapy medical detox, and maximize your comfort. After detox, many people choose aftercare treatment programs to help continue their recovery. During your time with us, a clinical specialist will develop a unique plan that fits your individual needs with the goal of long-term recovery in mind.
Prior to opening Gallus Detox Centers, Dr. Patrick Gallus developed a breakthrough method of detox. focusing on maximizing the customer experience during every aspect of the process. One part of that treatment is our board-certified physicians and ER/ICU level RN’s with critical care backgrounds who treat you with the compassion and dignity you deserve.
If you or a loved one are struggling with alcohol or substances and need help, please call us at [Direct] to discuss why our detox program is the best program for you. Rest assured, we value your privacy and also keep all your information strictly confidential. Learn about Gallus Detox Centers today and take the first step towards recovery.