Find Detox Centers by Cities of Kansas
Kansas has a considerable amount of drug addiction, not comparable to states with famous major cities, but enough to facilitate the need for rehabilitation centers. Not all of these rehabilitation centers have a detox program, so it is important that a potential rehab patient does research to find one that does. Detox is an important part of the rehabilitation process as it involves cleansing of drug toxins under medically supervised conditions.
Kansas has several rehabilitation centers that were rated best in terms of therapy available within the country. If an addict checks in to a hospital that does not have a detox wing, most hospitals will refer the patient to a trusted detox center. The level of addiction of an individual to a substance will judge the duration of their detox period, amongst other variables. Many detox programs do not last longer than 10 days. Certain drugs, like Oxycontin, often times lead to a long and painful withdrawal period which can be extremely uncomfortable to the addict. However, in medically supervised detox conditions, professionals administer medication that makes withdrawal symptoms much more tolerable and many times virtually pain free.
A newer “rapid detox” program is available for those that struggle with opiate addiction. In rapid detox, a patient is administered a special medication under general anaesthesia that facilitates an extremely quick body detox. There is no pain associated with this type of withdrawal (the patient is asleep) and detox can take place in a matter of hours rather than days or weeks.
Alcohol Detox can be longer and even more difficult to withdraw from than other types of “drugs”. As with any substance, there are methods to detoxify chemical toxicity from the body and get the patient clean fairly quickly, however; alcohol addiction can be particularly mentally addicting and this is why having a supplemental rehabilitation program (in addition to physical body detox) is sometimes necessary to ensure long term sobriety of the individual.
For those seeking detox centers in Kansas and having difficultly finding a way to pay for therapy, there are state funded alcohol rehabilitation centers that offer financial assistance to those in need. In addition, an individual can contact their local social service office to find ways to get funding for alcohol or drug detox programs.
For more information, or to find a detox center in Kansas, contact 800-405-2627 (Who Answers?) to speak with a counselor.