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Detox Services

The Pavilion at Williamsburg Place offers inpatient detox care at our center in Williamsburg, Virginia.

We treat those struggling with an addiction by treating the whole person. Our medically-monitored detox program uses the comprehensive history and the needs of the individual to allow for that first step to recovery, detox. We use evidence- based approaches and 24/7 medical monitoring to provide a comfortable detox setting. 

Getting an Assessment

Upon, or prior to admission, an assessment will be conducted in order to determine the best course of treatment. This assessment includes a detailed history of the individuals substance use, drug of choice, length of use, and the impact the of the substance.

What is Detox?

Inpatient detox involves checking in to our hospital. Here we can monitor and manage the care of individuals who are experiencing withdrawal symptoms from drug or alcohol addiction in a controlled, 24-hour inpatient setting. Our staff will then build a recovery plan catered to that individual. Addiction is different for everyone, and we believe that understanding how the addiction developed will help build resiliency and create a foundation for long-lasting recovery. 

Why Inpatient Treatment?

The treatment typically involves medication-assisted therapy, counseling, and support from a multidisciplinary team of medical professionals to ensure the safety and comfort of the individual during the detoxification process.

We provide:

Comprehensive evaluation
Supportive environment
Short-term detoxification
Medication management
Group therapy
Case management
Discharge and aftercare planning

Know the Warning Signs

The following signs indicate a need for help:

Why Choose The Pavilion for Detox Care?

When it comes to medical detox, we offer free, 24/7 on-site assessment and referral services. The confidential assessment, conducted by a master’s-level professional or psychiatric nurse, helps us dive into past behaviors and current symptoms so we can determine the best treatment options for the individual. 

Substance use disorder ultimately affects one’s safety, relationships, independence, and overall well-being.  The staff at The Pavilion has years of experience addressing chemical dependency issues and compassionately guiding individuals toward freedom.

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