Outpatient Prescription Drug Detox

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

Or call us now at (877) 773-3869
98% Program Completion Rate
Outpatient Detox Program
Reduce Withdrawal Symptoms
blue cross blue shield vector logo

Now accepting many Blue Cross Blue Shield health insurance plans.

Why Choose Prescription Drug Detox?

One of the most common precursors to a drug dependency is prescription drugs. Many prescriptions drugs are highly addictive in conjunction with their healing properties. A simple prescription to manage pain from an injury, accident, or medical condition can turn into a drug dependency.

A prescription drug dependency is chemical reaction in the brain that can make it highly improbable to stop taking the prescription drug on your own. Plus, abruptly stopping use can result in severe withdrawal symptoms. Don’t let prescription drugs control your life. The Coleman Network is here to help you address your prescription drug addiction with a comfortable and safe detox so you can have the best possible chance of a lasting recovery.

How Does The Coleman Method For Prescription Drug Detox Work?

At The Coleman Network, we have designed a a comfortable, outpatient process that can typically be completed in as few as 3-8 days called The Coleman Method. The Coleman Method uses non-addictive drugs and sedatives to eliminate all prescription drugs from your body, significantly reducing the discomfort that causes most people who attempt to self-detox to relapse.

Our Care Advocates will help you manage any post-acute withdrawal symptoms you may experience. In just a few days, you can rid your body of its dependence on prescription drugs and take back control over your life.

More Than 8,500 Patients Treated with the Coleman Method

The Coleman Method Explained
Dr. Peter Coleman, founder of the Coleman Institute, discusses The Coleman Method for outpatient opiate detoxification.
What To Do If Your Doctor Stops Prescribing Pain Meds
Joan Shepherd, FNP, shares her advice on what to do when your practitioner stops writing your prescriptions for opioid medications.
Opioid Detox Guide Brochure Mock

Understanding Accelerated Opioid Detox

Download our free Guide to Understanding Accelerated Opioid Detox for an in-depth look at the fight against America’s opioid crisis using industry-leading detox methods and addiction recovery treatment options.

Featured Prescription Drug Detox FAQs

See What Other Patients Are Saying About the Coleman Network…

Dustin – Opioids
“As every day passed, things got better and better”
Matt – Opioids
“The detox they gave was significantly better than anything I’ve done before”

The Benefits Of Prescription Drug Detox At The Coleman Network

Outpatient Care​

Detox in as few as 3 days

98% detox completion rate​

No hospital stay required

Minimal Disruption

Safe and reduced withdrawal symptoms

Customized medication regimens for comfort

Compassionate, expert care advocates

Recovery Support

Naltrexone therapy to reduce cravings

Reduced risk for relapse

Access to leading recovery support services

What Prescription Drugs Does the Coleman Network Treat?

These are just some of the prescription drugs we treat. For a full list of prescription drugs treated at the Coleman Network, please call (888) 705-9615.



Cough Syrup















Purple Drank







What to Do if Your Doctor is Refusing to Prescribe (Opioids) Pain Medications
Are you being refused pain medication that your doctor has prescribed previously? Continue reading to learn what you can do if your doctor is refusing to prescribe you pain medications (more…)
Can a Doctor Refuse to Prescribe Medication? What Do I Do?
In 1996, Steven was in a car accident that left him with a skull injury and multiple vertebral and other bone fractures. He was hospitalized for several weeks and basically had his entire face rebuilt and rods placed in his back (more…)

Help is Just One Phone Call Away

We believe that every patient deserves to undergo treatment in a safe and respectful environment.

Call Us Now at (877) 773-3869