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In Missouri, detox options are available for those struggling with drug or alcohol addiction. Many conventional detox centers utilize medications that make the withdrawal process a much easier experience for the attendee. More often than not, the medications facilitate a virtually pain free detox. Detox is easier than ever before in terms comfort, however; detox is only the first step toward recovery. Addiction to drugs or alcohol, while they are physical/chemical in nature, contain a mental aspect that needs to be addressed before a person can be deemed “sober”. After detox, if the individual returns back to their old habits and environment, the likelihood of relapse is very great. However, if an individual learns the necessary skills needed to say “no” to temptation in the future, the likelihood for long term success is much greater. Detox is not rehab, and rehab is not detox. Detox is a physical cleaning of the body under medical supervision. Rehabilitation holds fast the gains made during detox by utilizing counseling and 24 hour care. In many ways, the rehabilitation process is much more important than the detox process. Anyone can detox, however; rehabilitation is the real challenge.

Heroin detox in Missouri is still the same as it’s been for many years. Withdrawing from heroin can actually be dangerous to the addict, so professionals must monitor the patient carefully during the first stages of detox. Medications like Suboxone are helpful in “replacing” the drug during the difficult first few weeks. Suboxone pills are created in such a way that they cannot be snorted or injected; they must be taken orally. This essentially protects the patient from himself, and ensures that the comedown is safe and tolerable for him/her.

For those who need financial assistance to pay for a detox center in Missouri, help is available. A local social services office is a great starting point for those looking for assistance. They will be able to point an individual in the right direction and help them get the financial assistance they need.

For more information, or to find a detox center in Missouri contact 800-315-1376 (Who Answers?) to speak with a counselor.

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