Why Medication-Assisted Detox Is So Important

The detox process can be intimidating to those needing care for substance use disorders. There can be many side effects associated with withdrawal, including dehydration, vomiting, seizures, delirium, hallucinations, agitation, paranoia, and more.

However, avoiding treatment, attempting to detox without professional assistance, and choosing lower levels of care despite low success rates can have a dramatically negative impact on an individual’s ability to recover from their substance use disorder. Withdrawal symptoms from drug and alcohol addiction can be severe, painful, and even dangerous or life threatening.

By undergoing detox under the supervision of experienced medical professionals and trained clinicians, individuals are able to safely break their physical dependence on their drug of choice and prepare themselves mentally and emotionally to receive treatment for addiction, substance abuse, and mental health issues in the future.

According to the American Society of Addiction Medicine, (ASAM) “Inpatient detoxification provides the safest setting for the treatment of substance withdrawal because it ensures that patients will be carefully monitored and appropriately supported. Such monitoring is especially important if the patient is physically dependent on high doses of alcohol or other sedative-hypnotic drugs.”

Our San Antonio detox center provides an unparalleled patient experience in substance abuse treatment and addiction treatment services. If you are seeking addiction treatment, give us a week and we will give you your life back.

Our Approach to Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment

Our San Antonio center is a cutting-edge detox facility paving the way to a higher level of care in Texas. We provide all the technological amenities you would expect in a medical center, but within the comfort and relaxation of an upscale home-like environment.

Our San Antonio location offers a unique and medically proven approach with Joint Commission accreditation, Board Certified physicians, highly qualified RNs with ICU/ER and detox experience, telemetry monitoring, 24×7 medical staffing, ADA accessible facilities, and personalized treatment delivered in a safe, comfortable, and private environment. We also offer biopsychosocial evaluations and counseling to assist patients in identifying the next steps in their recovery journey, including transition to an inpatient treatment center or outpatient rehabilitation.

What is the Gallus Method?

Gallus IV and Oral Medical Protocols help patients better manage withdrawal by reducing pain and anxiety. The Gallus Method uses proprietary, evidence-based IV and oral medication protocols to help individuals safely, comfortably and effectively detoxify from substance use. Our substance abuse treatment centers are accredited by the Joint Commission, offer unique expertise in treating high acuity and comorbid patients, and lead the industry in patient satisfaction data.

Patients at our San Antonio Detox Center can expect:
  • 10+ years of experience in substance abuse rehabilitation, addiction treatment, and helping manage alcohol addiction and withdrawal symptoms
  • Highest patient satisfaction in our San Antonio medical detox facility
  • World class patient experience
  • Industry leading clinical training program in evidence-based therapies
  • Psychotherapy to help patients with their mental health, as well as continued recovery, aftercare and life skills
  • Proven results: less pain, anxiety, depression, and a 98% treatment completion rate in our drug detox facilities
Addictions we treat:
  • Alcohol
  • Opiate
  • Benzodiazepines
  • Fentanyl
  • Cocaine
  • Heroin
  • Cannabis
  • Stimulants
  • Prescription Dependence
  • High-dose Methadone
  • & more

Why Choose Gallus’ San Antonio Treatment Center?

Our San Antonio facility provides inpatient medical detox to those struggling with substance use disorder. The Gallus Method used at our San Antonio treatment center combines the best in medication management and patient-focused care to provide high quality detox services that meet or exceed SAMHSA protocol guidelines.

Most importantly, our rehab centers’ singular focus on medical detox for drug abuse gives us experience in offering medication-assisted treatment to handle high acuity patients. We offer substance abuse treatment for patients with polysubstance issues, or those on synthetic substances not commonly seen in most residential treatment center care settings.

At Gallus detox centers, we offer private rooms, medication-assisted treatment, and staff who treat our patients with respect, dignity, and without judgment. It’s why we so frequently use the phrase “dignity in healing.”

If you’re a Texan seeking a detox center that offers medication-assisted treatment and accepts most major insurance providers, our San Antonio facility is here for you.

Are You or a Loved One Seeking Medication-Assisted Treatment for Addiction in Texas?

Inpatient medical detox is the first, crucial step in a patient starting their recovery journey. Clients are unable to fully commit themselves to the recovery process if they still experience substance cravings and untreated mental health issues.

Our drug and alcohol treatment center in San Antonio, Texas was built in 2021. It delivers medication-assisted treatment and the utmost expertise for patients with a substance abuse disorder that requires inpatient medical detox.

If you’re looking for medication-assisted treatment in a San Antonio treatment center, one which offers personalized rehab programs and treatment options, behavioral therapy for mental health, and accepts most major insurance providers, seek treatment at Gallus today.

Location ContactGallus Medical Detox Centers – San Antonio

8230 North Loop 1604 West, Suite 215, San Antonio, TX 78249

Frequently asked questions

Q: Are you an inpatient detox center in Texas?

A: Yes. Gallus is an inpatient medical detox center with locations across the country. We offer a range of medical detox services, including:

Q: How long does detox treatment last?
A: This depends whether the detox is for alcohol, opiates, or other drugs. Typically, the range is 3 to 10 days.
Q: How often will I be able to see the doctor?
A: Our physicians assess patients daily, monitor their progress, and update orders.
Q: Will I be covered by my insurance?
A: Most insurance policies cover inpatient detox. We can check your benefits for you in less than one hour.

For our most frequently asked questions, visit our website’s FAQ page.

Call Gallus Medical Detox today and see how we can help! 888-306-3122.