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Sunrise Detox FAQs

Sunrise Detox are residential alcohol and drug detox centers. Our medically supervised inpatient detox services are an important start of your addiction recovery. You have the opportunity to learn more about our detox procedures and policies here in our detox FAQs. And if you need more information, reach out to us anytime for a rapid response. We are always here for you.
Sunrise Detox Center offers medically supervised detox from alcohol and drugs. This means you become a resident of our residential facility while our trained personnel attends to you 24/7. They monitor your condition and give you medication to fend off hazardous withdrawal symptoms and manage any distress.
 
We also offer therapy and peer support groups so you may explore your substance use triggers and we collaborate with you to create an aftercare strategy to help you build enduring sobriety after detox.
Sunrise Detox works with those 18+.
Sunrise Detox Center makes our patient accommodations as restful as we can. You’ll reside in one of our pleasant, completely furnished rooms with a private bathroom and a TV. Your room is shared with no more than one other person. Private rooms are available per special request. Group and individual therapy is provided in a peaceful environment. When you are able, you are invited to use the television or try a board game in our lounge or enjoy the open-air patio. We even provide chef-prepared food throughout the day.
Prepare like you might for a trip. Even though we offer you many necessities, you ought to take things like:
  • Multiple changes of clothes
  • Personal care products
  • Hair care items
  • An iPod or music player
  • Things to read
  • Your usual prescriptions
  • Money in case you want to use the vending machine
Yes, you may take your mobile phone. But you should know, we will place it in a protected area once you are admitted. Whenever you need to check notifications or respond to an important call, you may ask a member of our staff for your device or to use our phone.
We allow women’s and men’s razors, but our personnel will hold them for you.Simply speak with a member of our staff to get access to it.
We recognize the essential emotional support animals give and can allow them. We simply ask that you advise our admissions staff beforehand if you plan to bring an animal. You are required to present signed and authorized certification for your animal upon arrival.
Your safety is our primary priority. If you are unable to find a family member or friend who will drive you to our location, we are pleased to find you a ride from your address or the airport. Call us anytime to ask how we may get you here.
During our admission process, we will complete a extensive medical evaluation to to find out what kinds of substances are in your bloodstream and how you are able to safely begin detox care. You’ll fill out required paperwork for who to contact in case of emergencies and family member information. Then we’ll take possession of any controlled or prohibited materials in your luggage before getting you settled into your room.
We understand how critical family support is over the course of your alcohol or drug addiction recovery. With that being said, our treatments are most effective if you are able to get away from external factors to concentrate on detox and recovery. Because of this, we don’t permit family visits. But, you have the ability to contact your family on the facility’s phone. We will also keep your family and authorized contacts up-to-date on your progress.
Your privacy is of the utmost importance to us. To act in accordance with federal regulations, we maintain the confidentiality of your medical documentation. We are required to not disclose to any outside party that you are attending our program, and we will not divulge any documentation labeling you as receiving care for a substance use disorder unless you provide written consent. You will receive a copy of our confidentiality policy at the admissions phase.
We individualize your medical treatment to your specific situation established from your medical appraisal and the kinds of substances you have in your system. Our caregivers are skilled at scheduling treatment to avoid adverse side effects. They are also able to assist you in managing your own prescription medications and provide additional medicine to mitigate withdrawal symptoms as required.
We are pleased to take most commercial insurance policies. When you call to secure a room at our facility, we will take your insurance information and confirm it with your plan. We do not accept Medicare/Medicaid currently.
Yes, we accept patients who don’t have an insurance policy. Upon admissions, we can explore acceptable self-payment plans.
We won’t discharge you without a blueprint for additional care set up. Our aim is to stabilize you with detox and prepared to seek additional recovery treatments as you move toward enduring sobriety. In advance of your exit, we may help you enroll in an inpatient facility or a range of outpatient programs.

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If you or someone close to you wants to know more about substance use detox and recovery, contact us at 888-443-3869 or fill out the following form. We respond in a hurry, day or night. Get the help you need.