Fentanyl Detox

With The Coleman Method, detox is safer, faster and more comfortable.

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98% Program Completion Rate
Outpatient Detox Programs
Reduce Withdrawal Symptoms
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Why Choose a Fentanyl Detox?

America’s opioid crisis is now dominated by a synthetic opioid called Fentanyl. Because Fentanyl is so inexpensive to create and so strong, it is readily available on the streets. In fact, many people turning to street drugs to appease their prescription drug or heroin addiction do not realize that they are actually purchasing drugs cut with fentanyl. Just one dose can lead to fentanyl addiction or even death.

The Coleman Institute created an outpatient Fentanyl Detox program to offer a safe, comfortable way to detox off fentanyl. As a result, our Fentanyl Detox has a 98% completion rate. If you or a loved one suffers from fentanyl addiction, know that you are not alone. We can help you start a life free from fentanyl addiction.

How Does The Coleman Method For a Fentanyl Detox Work?

The Coleman Institute’s outpatient Fentanyl Detox uses The Coleman Method to gently remove fentanyl from your brain in a fast, yet comfortable, way. Rather than a long, painful self-detox, you can complete our Fentanyl Detox program in as little as 5-6 days.

We offer comfort medications as we rid your body of fentanyl so withdrawal symptoms are minimal. Plus, you won’t face the discomfort that causes most people to relapse after a few days when they go it alone. Because this outpatient treatment only takes a few days, there’s very little disruption to your life.

More Than 8,000 Patients Treated with The Coleman Method

 
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About 100x more potent than Morphine and 50x more powerful than heroin, Fentanyl is a uniquely dangerous drug that is a major player in the opioid epidemic.
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See What Other Patients Are Saying About the Coleman Network for Addiction Medicine

 

Mike – Former Opioid Patient

“I’m a completely different person, I’m just feeling great. I would recommend this to anyone.”

 

John – Former Patient

“My biggest problem was getting over the physical addiction and the 5-day detox was great for that.”

What Are The Benefits Of Fentanyl Detox?

Outpatient Care​

Detox in as few as 5-6 days

98% detox completion rate

No hospital stay required

Minimal Discomfort

Safe and reduced withdrawal symptoms

Customized medication regimens for comfort

Compassionate, expert care advocates

Recovery Support

Naltrexone therapy to reduce cravings

Access to leading recovery support services

Why Is Fentanyl So Deadly? How One Pill Can Kill
The DEA has recently come out with a campaign called One Pill Can Kill, and it’s unfortunately true, and we’ve been hearing about it. About 70,000 people last year died of an overdose, caused by fentanyl. Close to 20% of the pills that are made on the street that people are buying have fentanyl in them. (more…)
From Bad Habit to Full Fentanyl Recovery
Mark is 25 and has been off fentanyl for about 10 months. He told me that he is starting to have hope for his life again. While being in fentanyl recovery is uncharted territory, Mark continues to grow emotionally, physically, spiritually, and mentally each day. (more…)

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