Solution Based Treatment Opioid Detox

Opioid Detox

Ready to find an “opioid detox near me?” Look no further than Solution Based Treatment. Our team is the one you can rely on with services to help you overcome addiction to opioids of any kind. Whether you plan to continue on with inpatient care, intensive outpatient or dual diagnosis treatment after detox, we can help. We’re here to guide you. Call us today at (833) 999-1941 to find out if your insurance will cover 100% of the cost of opioid detox.

Medications Used in Opioid Detox

Opioid treatment facilities usually use the following opioid detox drugs to assist those going through withdrawal or recovery.

  • Methadone: An opioid agonist medication used to prevent withdrawal symptoms.
  • Naltrexone: A non-addictive opioid antagonist that is used to block the effects of narcotics.
  • Buprenorphine: An opioid partial agonist that can be used in place of other opioids to reduce withdrawal symptoms and treat opioid use disorder. 
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Opioid Detox Timeline

Opioid withdrawal is an expected component of opioid detox. When you speak with our opioid detox treatment facility, we’ll provide you with more information on what to expect based on your specific circumstances. 

To provide a general overview of what detoxing from opioids might look like for you, here are some common expectations. 

  • From 8 to 24 hours after your last opioid dose, you can expect withdrawal symptoms to begin. Symptoms might include cravings, aches and pains, anxiety, headaches, or trouble sleeping, for example. 
  • From 24 to 48 hours after your last dose of opioids, you can expect more acute symptoms. Some may include panic attacks, excessive sweating, insomnia, trouble with your stomach (nausea, diarrhea), and some or all of the symptoms from the day before.
  • Up to 72 hours after the last dose, you may see your symptoms peak if you took short-acting opioids.
  • From 72 to 144 hours after your last dose, you’ll see any long-acting opioid effects peak. 
  • 144 hours (seven days) after your last dose, it’s normal to see the symptoms subside and to start feeling better. 

It is possible to develop long-term symptoms from post-acute withdrawal syndrome (PAWS), but not everyone gets them. PAWS symptoms may include cravings, fatigue, depression, irritation, or trouble sleeping, for example. 

Symptoms of Opioid Withdrawal

The symptoms of opioid withdrawal may vary but typically include some or all of the following:

  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Tremors
  • Flu-like symptoms (runny nose, sneezing)
  • Insomnia
  • Anxiety, panic attacks
  • Hot and cold flushes
  • Excessive sweating
  • Stomach pain and cramping
  • Joint pain
  • Headaches

These symptoms can be uncomfortable and, in some cases, dangerous. It’s important to go through withdrawal with the medical management of those symptoms, which is something an inpatient detox can assist with.

In the Event of Emergency from Opioid Withdrawal (CALL 911)

It is a myth that opioid withdrawal is not dangerous. Opioid withdrawal can lead to life-threatening symptoms including dysphoria, insomnia, fever, dehydration, hypernatremia, and others. In the event of an emergency, call 911 immediately. 

Coverage for Opioid Detox

Most insurance companies provide at least some coverage for opioid detox. Your exact coverage will depend on your policy and benefits. 

Residential Treatment for Opioid Addiction

A 30, 45 or 60 day residential treatment program for opioid addiction can help you stay opioid-free after you complete the detox program. The types of treatment your insurance provider will cover will depend on the insurance company policy that you have at the time of seeking out these services. Treatment plans can be adjusted to work with your insurance coverage, which can help you cover the cost of treatment more effectively. 

Intensive Outpatient Programs for Opioid Addiction

Intensive outpatient programs (IOP) require you to come to the facility for treatment several hours a day a few times a week. This is a good program for those who have responsibilities outside the facility, such as work or child care. 

Partial Hospitalization Programs for Opioid Addiction

Partial hospitalization programs (PHP) require you to stay in a hospital or medical facility throughout the day but allow you to return home at night. Insurance policies may cover some or all of the costs associated with PHP programs. 

Will Insurance Cover Opioid Detox?

It depends on your insurance. Some insurance providers cover all kinds of treatments, while others cover only in-network care or pre-authorized services.

PPO insurance coverage for Opioid detox

Rehabs that accept PPO insurance may be in- or out-of-network providers. You may pay more to see an out-of-network provider.

HMO insurance coverage for Opioid detox

Rehabs that accept HMO insurance need to be in-network with your insurance provider. You may not receive coverage for out-of-network health care.

Our Opioid Detox Program

Our opioid detox program focuses on minimizing your withdrawal symptoms and keeping you medically stable. Within a few days or weeks, you will be able to move on to residential opioid rehab or an intensive outpatient program. 

Once Detox is Complete: Transition to Our Residential Opioid Rehab

For those who need continued support, residential opioid rehab is the next step following detox. We offer 30-, 45-, and 60-day programs.

Our Intensive Outpatient Program for Opioid Use Disorder

For the insured plans often cover intensive outpatient and outpatient programs. That’s good news, because these programs can help you stay on track. At Solution Based Treatment, we offer intensive outpatient treatment programs that guide you to a life free of addiction.

Getting Admitted to Our Opioid Detox Program

Whether you’re interested in looking at different treatment plans or residential care, our team is here to help. Our Admissions Department will contact your insurer to verify your benefits and let you know how much your insurance will pay for treatment. Call (833) 999-1941 to get started.

Our Treatment Team

Our treatment team puts you first. As an inpatient detox provider, we focus on your needs as you go through withdrawal. We can use medications or other medical interventions to make detox as comfortable as possible, so you can move forward with rehabilitation sooner. 

As a residential detox for opioids, we know how hard it can be to break the cycle, but if you’re ready to seek treatment, our treatment centers can help. 

Why Solution Based Treatment for Opioid Detox?

At Solution Based Treatment, we use evidence-based substance abuse treatment to help you break free of opioid addiction. Our team is dedicated to helping you with your mental health, addiction treatment, individual therapy, and behavioral health needs, so you can be set up for success. 

FAQ’s About Opioid Detox

Does insurance cover opioid detox? 

Your insurance may cover opioid detox. If you call our Admissions Department at (833) 999-1941, we can verify your benefits and let you know how much coverage you have.

How long does opioid detox take?

Opioid detox normally takes a minimum of seven days, but it may vary from person to person.

Where do I find an opioid detox center near me?

At Solution Based Treatment, we have helped over 3,000 clients overcome mental health disorders and addiction. We’re here to help; call our Admissions Department now at (833) 999-1941.

Solution Based Treatment offers the best medically supervised opioid detox programs in the country. We also offer local intensive outpatient programs and day treatment (Partial Hospitalization Programs) for opiates to residents in the following areas: Temecula, CA, Murrieta, CA, Menifee, CA, Wildomar, CA, French Valley, CA, Lake Elsinore, CA, Canyon Lake, CA, French Valley, CA, Corona, CA, Vista, CA, Escondido, CA, San Marcos, CA, Fallbrook, CA.

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