Sacramento’s Private, Luxury Alcohol Detox Facility

At Diamond House Detox you will find a warm home-like environment. In addition to comfortable spaces for social interactions and group discussions, every individual has the privacy of their own room.

We are the Sacramento area’s premier alcohol and drug detox facility. We offer an intimate treatment setting with a maximum of 6 guests.

Our luxury facility is located in a safe neighborhood in the family oriented community of Elk Grove.

Our location provides easy access to two major freeways, the Sacramento International Airport, and rail lines.

Our services will be held in a comfortable, clean, and safe setting enabling the individual to focus on treatment. Guests will be monitored 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by drug and alcohol counselors, those working in the mental health field and licensed medical staff.

How to start

1. Call our admissions coordinators on our 24 hour hotline (800) 205-6107 or contact us through our contact forms.

2. Allow our insurance verification team to find the lowest out of pocket cost detox center. Or arrange payment plan options.

3. Take a clinical intake assessment over the phone. This allows our nurse to address your addiction & mental health needs.

4. Start treatment.

Call us for confidential help today (800) 205-6107

How We Approach Alcohol Detox

Alcohol withdrawal can be a serious medical condition. At Diamond House Detox, we provide a residential home environment where each individual’s health concerns are monitored closely after being evaluated and prescribed detox medications by one of our medical providers.

100% Private Alcohol Detox Program

For our private alcohol detox program in Sacramento (Elk Grove), CA, we closely monitor and encourage each client throughout the alcohol withdrawal period, which generally lasts 7 days.

In severe cases, a longer period of time may be necessary for alcohol addiction detox.

Each patient has the privacy and comfort of his/her own room.

Alcohol Detox Program Benefits

During this critical detox period, our team will focus on healing each client’s mind and body. We do this through:

  • proper rest
  • nutritious meals
  • nutritional supplements
  • daily fruit juice cleanses
  • plenty of fresh fruits and veggies

During the alcohol detox process we also provide:

  • educational group classes on nutrition
  • stress management
  • addiction recovery
  • 12-step groups and recovery classes
Private On-Site Chef:

Diamond House Detox provides a best-in-class meal program, run by our on-site chef who personally gets to know each of our clients specific dietary wants and needs.

Our professionals constantly monitor the progress of each patient. We take pride in using state-of-the-art tools such as Clinical Institute Withdrawal Assessment (CIWA) to manage and assess alcohol withdrawal. The dosage is administered on the first day after withdrawal. Moreover, the dose is gradually reduced as per patient’s health and response to medication.

Alcohol Detox Signs and Symptoms

Some people can stop drinking with very mild withdrawal symptoms, while others have more severe alcohol detox symptoms like nausea, vomiting, trembling, anxiety and even hallucinations. It all depends on how much the person been drinking and how dependent their body has become on alcohol. People that have a long history of alcohol abuse can even experience life-threatening withdrawal symptoms such as:

  • Seizures
  • Dangerously high blood pressure
  • Irregular heartbeat
  • Extreme anxiety
  • Overwhelming sense of fear
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Severe Alcohol Detox Symptoms

Those who are progressively increasing their consumption of alcohol may develop a physical dependence on the substance. An onset of alcohol withdrawal symptoms will usually begin within 6-8 hours after the last drink. Without assistance, many people in this situation will return to consuming alcohol to keep withdrawal symptoms at bay.

For heavy drinkers, alcohol withdrawal symptoms can be followed quickly by cravings for more alcohol. In severe cases, the cravings may occur before the onset of withdrawals, because their bodies have become so dependent on the substance that the presence of alcohol in their bloodstream has become the norm.

If the heavy drinker, or alcoholic, is unable to fulfill the cravings with more alcohol, then his or her withdrawal symptoms can become severe, and some form of alcohol detox treatment might be necessary. Over time, alcohol abuse will cause damage to all organs – including the brain, which can lead to permanent damage. This is referred to as Wet Brain Syndrome.

How Do You Tell if You Need to Detox from Alcohol?

You can start to assess your level of alcohol dependence by asking yourself some direct questions about your alcohol withdrawal symptoms. For instance, do you get the shakes? In other words, is it hard for you to do simple tasks like write clearly with a pen or pencil after a period of drinking?

Some other questions you should ask yourself:

  • Do you have feelings of anxiety after drinking?
  • Do your emotions seem out of balance?
  • Do you feel depressed, irritated or fatigued?
  • Do you have trouble thinking clearly?
  • Do you get cold sweats or sweaty palms?
  • Do you experience nausea or vomiting?
  • Do you have insomnia after a period of drinking?
  • Do you get rapid or irregular heartbeat?

If you have answered “yes” to most of these questions, then you should consider reevaluating your relationship with alcohol and whether you need alcohol detox treatment to return to sobriety.

Start looking at how frequently you drink, and maybe even talk to an addiction specialist and take his or her recommendations into consideration. If you continue down the path you are on, chances are your body is going to become even more dependent on alcohol than it already is and your alcohol withdrawal symptoms are only going to get worse. Stopping drinking is going to get harder to do on your own, as well.

We’re Available 24/7. Call Our Alcohol Detox Hotline Now!

If you or your loved one is addicted to alcohol, or if you would like more information on the treatment programs we recommend, call us today. We will perform an evaluation over the phone to help you find an alcohol detox center that will meet your specific needs. In most cases, we can get you placed in treatment the same day you call. Don’t wait – call us today and let us help you get started on the path to recovery.

Call us for confidential help today (800) 205-6107
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