Our Dallas detox center is a Center of Excellence for inpatient medical detox services, which means we offer the highest level of care for those seeking treatment for substance abuse. We lead the industry in patient satisfaction scores, treatment completion, and safe withdrawal symptom management.
Addiction is a complex disease that affects millions of individuals. It is extremely difficult to overcome addiction or substance abuse on your own. Many individuals who attempt to detox from drugs or alcohol without medical supervision find themselves relapsing or experiencing a medical emergency.
Going through a medication-assisted detox and treatment process is the first step for a successful recovery and a life of sobriety. At Gallus Detox Center in Dallas, we understand that the detox process can have a stigma and can be uncomfortable. But with our innovative method of detox, using IV and oral medication protocols, our patient satisfaction scores are consistently above 96%.
We offer comfortable, private accommodations, an excellent staff-to-patient ratio, and a team of highly skilled medical professionals who oversee our detox services. In addition to 24/7 care from our trained staff, patients are also encouraged to stay in touch with their loved ones during treatment for added support. Gallus Detox is the best first step prior to entering a Dallas drug rehab as most facilities require detox prior to admission. For a professional tour or referral questions, you can contact Gallus’ Chief Outreach and Marketing Officer, Laura Herrmann, [email protected] or by calling (303) 434-0602.
Anxiety and shame are often the biggest hurdles that prevent patients from receiving proper treatment for substance abuse. Many individuals avoid seeking high quality inpatient medical detox services because of the stigma associated with addiction treatment or the fear of uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms.
However, avoiding treatment centers, attempting to detox without professional assistance, and choosing lower levels of care can dramatically harm an individual’s ability to recover from addiction. Withdrawal from drugs or alcohol is physically difficult, and can be dangerous without medical supervision. The best and safest option for handling substance abuse is medically managed inpatient detox.
Many outpatient and inpatient treatment centers also require patients to be sober and medically stable before admission. Gallus partners with a number of addiction treatment programs and we would be happy to refer you or your loved one to a Texas treatment center following detox so that you can receive ongoing support.
Gallus Medical Detox in Dallas, TX provides a truly patient-focused experience, with treatment options that combine privacy, compassion and world class medical care. Our addiction treatment center offers:
Most importantly, our singular focus on medical detox for alcohol and drug abuse allows us to handle a wide range of complex cases, including high acuity patients. We also offer substance abuse treatment for patients with polysubstance issues, or those on synthetic substances not commonly seen in hospitals or most residential treatment centers in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.
Inpatient medical detox is the crucial first step in the recovery process for drug and alcohol addiction. If you are seeking detox services in the Dallas/Fort Worth area or elsewhere in Texas, we would be happy to talk to you about your symptoms and situation to determine whether Gallus would be a good fit. We offer personalized detox programs and treatment options and accept most major insurance providers.
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Some individuals who contact our Dallas detox center are unsure about the severity of their addiction and whether a medical detox is right for them. If you have been abusing drugs or alcohol in high quantities or for a prolonged period of time, you have likely developed a physical or psychological dependence on them.
If you find that you are unable to stop using on your own, or experience significant withdrawal symptoms when you do, then a medically-supervised detox process may be your best next step.
If you have questions about your withdrawal symptoms or whether to pursue addiction treatment, talk to one of our admissions advisors today or seek the help of a healthcare professional.