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a woman benefits from an ambulatory detox programNot everyone who goes through addiction recovery will need an inpatient or residential treatment program. Many professionals who need help with their addiction still need to attend to work and family commitments yet still want the support of addiction treatment center programs. An ambulatory detox program is ideal for patients whose withdrawal symptoms are minimal and who are generally mentally and physically healthy.

At Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery, we offer outpatient detox and at-home detox programs. These are designed to help busy students, professionals, and other individuals reach their goals of getting their addiction under control with help from medication-assisted treatment. If you or a loved one wants help with drug or alcohol addiction through an ambulatory detox program, call 833.448.0127 today to speak with a member of our caring support staff.

What Is an Ambulatory Detox Program?

Addiction affects each person differently, and the cause of addiction is varied. A person can fall into addiction due to a mental health issue like depression or bipolar disorder, a traumatic event, or long-term use of prescription medication for chronic pain. Effective addiction treatment center programs will offer treatment options for all levels of addiction. A residential program may be too much for some patients, just as an outpatient program may not be enough for others.

An ambulatory detox program offers medication-assisted treatment for those patients whose level of withdrawal symptoms is not severe enough to require an inpatient detox program. A medical professional can come to your home or office to administer medications and evaluate your progress. This type of program is ideal for busy professionals who cannot take time off for a residential or partial hospitalization program.

To know if an ambulatory detox program is right for you, you must meet certain conditions:

  • No prior history of detox
  • No history of mental health issues
  • A supportive and sober home environment
  • Access to transportation
  • Ability to follow instructions

At Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery, a certified therapist and medical professional will evaluate you and determine the level of treatment necessary based on your current condition. If your overall health is good and your withdrawal symptoms are not severe, an ambulatory detox program may benefit you the most.

Types of Ambulatory Detox Programs

An ambulatory detox program can help those with minimal withdrawal symptoms with on or off-site monitoring. These programs can be the beginning of your addiction treatment or as a part of ongoing treatment. Some programs start with residential treatment and then transition to outpatient treatment.

Outpatient Detox

In an outpatient detox program, you will spend several hours each day at a treatment facility. There, trained professionals will monitor your progress. You will participate in individual and group therapy to help you understand your addiction and practice your coping skills with other group members.

At-Home Detox

A medical professional will come to your home or office to administer needed medications. They will also evaluate your progress on a regularly scheduled basis. If changes need to be made to your treatment or at-home detox is not sufficient, your treatment may be updated to an outpatient detox program. This option is ideal for at-home workers with a low risk of relapse.

Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery’s Ambulatory Detox Program

At Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery, we offer high-quality outpatient treatment programs. Additionally, telehealth and online programs help busy professionals and stay-at-home moms who want help with their addiction. Upon your first visit, we will perform a full physical and mental evaluation to determine the level of care required for your addiction. If your withdrawal symptoms are minimal and no underlying mental health issues are fueling your addiction, an ambulatory detox program with outpatient detox or at-home detox may be right for you. Call 833.448.0127 today to get the help you want with our ambulatory detox program.