98% Program Completion Rate
Outpatient Detox Program
Reduce Withdrawal Symptoms
Now accepting many Blue Cross Blue Shield health insurance plans.
Why Choose Heroin Detox?
According to the 2016 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, roughly one million people reported using heroin in the past year. Heroin addiction can happen to anyone, one does it all it takes. The resulting dependency and the withdrawal symptoms can turn life upside. Self-detoxing off heroin is a dangerous struggle.
If you or a loved one are suffering from heroin addiction, it’s important to remember: You are not alone. The Coleman Network has assisted many struggling with heroin addiction get their lives back using our medication assisted treatment (MAT) program called The Coleman Method.
How Does The Coleman Method For Heroin Detox Work?
The Coleman Method uses non-addictive medication and comfort drugs to eliminate all traces of the opiates attached to your brain receptors in as fast yet comfortable way. Our out patient Accelerated Opioid Detox takes as few as 3 days and avoids the devastating and painful experiences of self-detox that can last for weeks. The Coleman Method is a supervised detox, making it a much safer option than attempting it on your own.
Because this treatment is completed in an outpatient setting, there’s very little disruption to your life. Plus, our Care Advocates are with you every step of the way, helping to minimize the risk of relapse. you’ll avoid the discomfort that causes most people to relapse after a few days when they go it alone.
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The Benefits Of Heroin Detox At The Coleman Network
Detox in as few as 3 days
98% detox completion rate
No hospital stay required
Safe and reduced withdrawal symptoms
Customized medication regimens for comfort
Compassionate, expert care advocates
Naltrexone therapy to reduce cravings
Reduced risk for relapse
Access to leading recovery support services