At the Villa Treatment Center, we understand that addiction is a terrible burden to bear. The feeling of hopelessness and despair can be overwhelming.

We exist to provide the light of hope and the promise of a better life to those suffering in the dark. We offer a full spectrum of recovery options tailored to suit the individual needs of our clients. Detox is the paramount initial step in the treatment process. We need to clear our bodies and minds of the effects of harmful chemicals before we can truly begin the work of recovery. What follows is an explanation of the detox process and its necessity at The Villa Treatment Center.

What is Detoxification?

Detoxification is the process of removing harmful and inhibiting substances from the body and receptors in the brain. The effects of these toxins must be completely evacuated from the body and leave the mind unfettered, in order to begin the process of recovery in treatment.

Is detox the same for all drugs and alcohol?

Each substance has its own withdrawal symptoms and particular dangers. The severity of the detox, the process of detoxification, and the medications used to treat a detoxing client differ depending on the substance or substances that were abused, the duration and frequency of abuse, and the quantity of the substance consumed on a regular basis. All detoxes should be medically supervised. It is important that you disclose all substances consumed to your intake counselor so that we can offer you the most effective detox treatment here at The Villa Treatment Center.

Why We Detox?

Detoxing from alcohol and drugs is just the first step in obtaining sobriety. Detoxing will enable you to free your body and mind from the immediate toxic effect of these substances, allowing you to focus on the treatment work that is necessary for long-term recovery from addiction.

It is often the first step in an addiction treatment program and should be followed by residents at a certified and licensed drug and alcohol treatment center. Detox alone with no follow-up is not treatment. Detox is a critical point in the earliest stage of recovery and it is perhaps the most difficult. Compassion and unwavering assistance throughout this critical time is necessary. Once the mind is clear, and the body has time to recuperate your thoughts and feelings will reveal themselves and treatment can begin.

We offer detox for the following:

  • Alcohol
  • Prescription drugs
  • Marijuana
  • Cocaine
  • Opiates
  • Methamphetamines
  • and most other prescription drugs


Detoxification at The Villa Treatment Center

The Villa Treatment Center provides a safe, home-like environment for a successful and comfortable detox. Upon admission, you will be assessed by a medical doctor specializing in the field of addiction who will lay out a comprehensive medication and care plan that best suits your specific detox. Detoxing should only be done under strict supervision from trained individuals. Caring and qualified staff are on hand 24/7 to ensure that you are taken care of, comfortable, and safe at all times throughout the process. We also offer counseling and group therapy for those feeling well enough to participate. Once detox is completed, you will be smoothly transitioned over to our comprehensive residential treatment program that provides continuous support, quality treatment, luxurious accommodations, and a top notch level of comfort, safety, and care.

Not All Detox Methods Are the Same

Detox treatments vary and will be discussed with you before treatment begins. Let your assigned intake counselor know about every substance you currently take to make sure your detox is properly conducted. We know you are anxious to get started and begin to recover from addiction from drugs and alcohol. If you are interested in starting treatment at The Villa Treatment Center, give us a call so we can learn more about you and your addiction. Our intake counselors are ready to answer any questions you or your loved ones may have about our detox methods and the different treatment options available for you.