Methadone Detox Track Near Miami
Individualized Methadone Detox Treatment
If you or someone you care about is ready to detox from methadone, Recovery First Treatment Center offers a treatment track designed to support a smooth withdrawal process.
Medical Detox From Methadone at Recovery First
Our clinical team is exceptionally experienced in detoxing individuals who have been on methadone and wish to discontinue their use.
At Recovery First, we are able to successfully detox individuals from methadone in a safe and supervised environment.
FAQs About Methadone Detox
Who Can Attend?
Recovery First welcomes anyone who is currently on methadone and wants to get off it. We do require patients to be medically stable and that they understand no methadone will be used during detox.
We also ask that patients be motivated and understanding that the first few days may be difficult.
Getting Admitted to the Methadone Detox Track
Recovery First makes it easy to get admitted to the methadone detox program. Our admissions navigators are available 24/7 to walk you through the rehab admissions process and answer any questions you may have.
To speak with a caring admissions navigator now, call .
Take a Look Inside Our Florida Rehab
Recovery First Treatment Center is an alcohol and drug rehab near Miami, FL. We pride ourselves on delivering life-changing clinical programming. Our small group sizes provide each person with ample individual care.
Supervised Medical Detox by Expert Clinicians
Around the Clock Support
During medical detox from methadone, compassionate medical professionals provide exceptional care 24/7.
Recovery First tailors treatment to each person to ensure their individual needs are met and they are as comfortable as possible during methadone detox.
Continued Help Beyond Detox
Our care team is here for you through detox from methadone and beyond. We offer several levels of addiction treatment to support you at every stage of your recovery.
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