Sacramento’s Private, Luxury Opiate 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

Opiate Detox is the First Step to Recovery

Opiates are analgesics or narcotics derived from the opium poppy. The most common use for opiates is to address pain. There are two forms of opiates that come in natural form: synthetic and semi-synthetic. Examples of opiates are morphine, codeine, methadone, fentanyl, heroin, oxycodone (Percocet, Oxycontin), oxymorphone, hydrocodone (Vicodin), and hydromorphone (Dilauded).

Don’t Let Opiate Dependence Risk Your Health

Opiate dependence occurs when the body becomes accustomed to the external intake of opiates. Eventually the body then develops tolerance to the external opiates and your body will continue to require more of the external source of opiates to prevent withdrawal.

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.

 Comfortable & Safe Opiate Detox for Withdrawals

Withdrawal is normally not life threatening, but can be extremely uncomfortable and painful. It is recommended that those who are going through withdrawal seek medical attention to help manage and monitor symptoms.

Early symptoms of withdrawal can include:

  • muscle aches
  • restlessness
  • runny nose
  • sweating
  • anxiety
  • insomnia
  • irritability
  • After the first 24 hours patients may experience more severe symptoms such as:
  • diarrhea
  • abdominal cramping
  • nausea
  • vomiting
  • rapid pulse
  • increase in blood pressure
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What Does An Opiate Detox Program Look Like?

Our opiate detox program involves giving our patients a comfortable environment in which to detox. In addition, we provide our patients with a short course of medication to prevent uncomfortable and sometime painful symptoms of withdrawal. The goals of treatment are to address withdrawal symptoms, prevent complications, and begin to address abstinence. Medications may vary in the treatment of opiate withdrawal and can be used to ease the discomfort

We give our patients a choice in how they’d prefer to manage their withdrawal symptoms

For example, they can choose a medical detoxification from opiates and we can prescribe medication to target the symptoms a patient is experiencing.

Tools such as the Clinical Opiate Withdrawal Scale (COWS) will be used in the assessment and management of opiate withdrawal.

Bupenorphine can also be used to manage withdrawal symptoms. Bupenorphine, also known as Subutex or Suboxone, is a medication used for detoxification and maintenance of opiates.

Bupenorphone is an opiate partial agonist that works by activating the receptor and partially suppressing the cravings and withdrawal without causing any euphoria.

Over the course of 5-7 days, the medication dose will be gradually reduced as symptoms improve allowing for a more comfortable detox. Many people also chose to stay on Bupenorphine after the dose has been tapered down to a low dose. Staying on a maintenance dose of Bupenorphone helps manage cravings and withdrawal so that the individual can engage in behavioral changes that will allow the individual to make long-term changes in their recovery.

 

We’re available 24/7. Call our opiate detox hotline now!

If you or your loved one is addicted to opiates, 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 opiate 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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