Luxury Drug & Alcohol Detox, Residential Rehab, PHP & IOP in Los Angeles, California
Verify your
insurance now
Call today 24/7 (844)834-1777

Top Rated Drug Detox Program in San Francisco

Novo Detox is a treatment center with a detox and inpatient rehab facility that is fully accredited by The Joint Commission, the California Department of Health Care Services, and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).

We are the best detox and rehab center for addiction for San Francisco, California residents because we have a full staff of caring and empathetic, dedicated experts available to our patients 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Our drug and alcohol rehab in San Francisco and rehabilitation programs have a high recovery rating, with our patients avoiding the ping-pong effect.

Gallery
We Accept Most
Insurances
Now in network with Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, TRICARE and other insurances

Why patients choose detox & rehab programs at Novo?

Focus on safety & comfort
24/7 supervised detox
Top Rated facility
Effective treatment
Healthy meals
Quick admissions
Evidence-based Therapy
Great locations Nationwide
Accreditations
Novo Medical Detox & Residential Rehab is fully accredited
by multiple, reputable, associations.

Top Rated Drug Detox Program in San Francisco

Drug addiction occurs in the lives of thousands of Americans each day and many are seeking support for overcoming substance abuse through an addiction treatment center. To heal effectively from a substance use disorder, it is important to address the physical, emotional, and mental addiction to drugs with a comprehensive treatment plan. Addiction treatment is a time for you to delve deep into what has been fuelling your drug addiction all along and heal from the inner emotions or deep-seeded traumas that have influenced your addictive behaviors.

Before you can do the work of healing from your underlying causes of addiction, you must treat and heal from the physical dependence and addiction that has developed to drugs and alcohol through a drug detox program. San Francisco residents prefer Novo Detox for a drug detox program for the individualized care provided to each patient entering our treatment center. Your health and well-being are important to us, and we work diligently to ensure your safety and comfort are maintained as you move through this important phase of your addiction treatment program.

What Is Detox Like?

The focus of your drug detox program is to provide you with an opportunity to safely rid your body of the harmful toxins of drug abuse. The ongoing support and guidance of licensed medical professionals and addiction therapists will monitor your health and well-being throughout your drug detox process. As you stop using drugs and begin your drug detox program, your body will begin to restore its functioning to a normal level. During this process, you will experience side effects also known as withdrawal symptoms due to the physical dependency that has developed on your drug of choice. During your drug detox program, you will be provided with medical care and therapeutic methods that will work to alleviate the severity of your drug withdrawal symptoms and support you in safely and successfully overcoming your substance use disorders.

What to Expect During Drug Detox?

When you first arrive at our recovery center to begin your drug detox program, you will meet with our admission staff and onsite medical professionals, including licensed nurses and physicians, who will complete initial intake paperwork and assessments with you. During this time, our team will work to gather information on your history with drug abuse including how long you have been engaging in drug abuse, the frequency at which you use drugs, and how much you use at any given time. This information helps our team gain a better understanding of the severity of your drug addiction allowing our team to create an appropriate treatment plan that will best suit your needs.

It is also important for us to know any presenting mental health disorders that you may be experiencing along with physical health conditions. Having this information will better inform our team on how to provide medical interventions and treatments that will maintain your health and well-being without doing any harm or disrupting the stability of your physical and mental health. Depending on your unique circumstances, you may be offered support of a dual diagnosis treatment program or a medication-assisted treatment program that will better assist you in a safe, smooth detox process.

Symptoms of Detox by Drug Type

Your drug detox process will be unique to your specific circumstances and history of drug abuse. Depending on your drug of choice, your experience in drug detox will vary. Each specific drug will produce a variety of withdrawal symptoms that will need to be treated with appropriate treatment methods. At Novo Detox, our team is specifically trained to support individuals in overcoming withdrawal symptoms from any substance in a safe, comfortable fashion regardless of the severity of their withdrawal symptoms. Your safety and comfort are our top priority.

Benzos

Benzodiazepines are typically prescribed for patients experiencing symptoms of mental health disorders including anxiety or panic disorder and those experiencing seizures. When you abuse benzos and then attempt to stop them, the symptoms of your original disorder can become exacerbated. Common benzodiazepine withdrawal symptoms are:

  • Anxiety
  • The onset of panic attacks 
  • Irritability 
  • Drastic mood swings
  • Aggression
  • Hallucinations
  • Tremors
  • Seizures

Opioids

Opioid withdrawal symptoms have been known to have significant, sometimes painful, side effects that need to be treated and monitored by medical professionals to ensure your safety and well-being. Withdrawal symptoms will vary depending on the severity of your opioid addiction. Opioid withdrawal symptoms can include the following: 

  • Stomach pains or cramping 
  • Changes or challenges in gastrointestinal functioning
  • Tremors within your hands or body 
  • Muscle aching or severe body pains 
  • Flu-like symptoms 
  • Joint and bone pain
  • Increased sensitivity to pain

Stimulants

Abusing stimulants such as cocaine or meth will impact a person’s psychological health and will typically create withdrawal symptoms that influence your mental health functioning rather than physical health symptoms. You must have the support of addiction therapists and healthcare professionals that will monitor your mental health state and symptoms while providing evidence-based therapy methods to ease the severity of your withdrawal symptoms. Common withdrawal symptoms that individuals will experience are: 

  • Depression
  • Anxiety 
  • Panic attacks 
  • Insomnia or difficulty sleeping 
  • Paranoia 
  • Hallucinations 
  • Suicidal ideations or behaviors

Bath Salts

Bath salts are a fairly new drug to hit the illicit drug market. This substance has been known to have significant side effects on a person’s ability to maintain normal daily functioning and influence mental health stability. Withdrawal symptoms from this drug can range from severe behavioral health concerns to physical symptoms. Individuals going through a drug detox from bath salts may experience the following withdrawal symptoms: 

  • Anxiety
  • The onset of panic attacks
  • Depression
  • Self-harming behaviors including self-mutilation
  • Suicidal ideations 
  • Hyperthermia
  • Catatonia (inability to respond or move normally)
  • Seizures

Marijuana

Marijuana is one of the most popular substances used among Americans. This drug is commonly perceived as being a safe substance to use as there is a common misconception that there isn’t a possibility of developing a dependency on marijuana. However, when abused, some individuals can experience withdrawal symptoms that can influence their daily functioning and mental health state including the following symptoms:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Mood Swings
  • Stomach aches or cramping 
  • Tremors
  • Increased body temperature

DXM/Cough Syrup

Engaging in DXM or cough syrup abuse will significantly impact a person’s overall physical and mental health. When you attempt to quit using this substance, your body will experience a range of withdrawal symptoms that will vary depending on the severity of your drug abuse. Common withdrawal symptoms from DXM or cough syrup can include: 

  • Insomnia
  • Anxiety
  • Panic attacks
  • Intense mood swings 
  • Hallucinations
  • Diarrhea

Ecstasy/Molly/MDMA

When individuals abuse Ecstasy or MDMA, the high that they are searching for is one that will alter their mood and provide a sense of escape. Often producing euphoric effects that work to numb your emotions. Once you begin to come down from your high, these substances can severely impact your emotional state and mental health. Withdrawal symptoms will typically impact your psychological health and can produce the following symptoms: 

  • Paranoia 
  • Loss of memory
  • Delirium
  • Confusion
  • Inability to concentrate or remain focused on a task
  • Delusional perceptions about others or situations 
  • Extreme exhaustion or fatigue
  • Drastic mood swings
  • Depression

Fentanyl

Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid that produces a similar high to other opioids or opiates. When you stop using fentanyl, you will experience similar withdrawal symptoms as you would with other opioids. Withdrawal symptoms can include:

  • Stomach cramping or pains
  • Muscle and joint pain 
  • Severe aches and pains in within your back area
  • Irregular respiratory rate and functioning
  • Muscle deterioration and weakness
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting

Hallucinogens

Hallucinogens alter a person’s perception of the world around them through hallucinations and distorted thinking. After coming down from a hallucinogen high or attempting to quit your use of hallucinogens, there can be withdrawal symptoms that impact your physical and mental health including the following: 

  • Increased heart rate
  • Excessive sweating
  • Seizures
  • Convulsions
  • Stiff or sore muscles

Oxycodone

Oxycodone is a prescription opioid used for pain management. This highly addictive substance will mirror similar effects and withdrawal symptoms of other opioids. Your withdrawal symptoms from oxycodone abuse will vary depending on the severity of your oxycodone abuse:

  • Abnormal or irregular heartbeat
  • Headaches
  • Muscle and body aches
  • Diarrhea
  • Flu-like symptoms
  • Excessive sweating
  • Difficulty concentrating or staying focused and on track

Prescription Drugs

Prescription drugs are provided for various reasons to treat many physical, mental, and behavioral health conditions. Prescription drugs can include sleeping medications, stimulants, or opioids. Depending on which prescription drug you are abusing your withdrawal symptoms will vary. Withdrawal symptoms can include the following: 

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Panic attacks
  • Inability to regulate emotions 
  • Mood swings
  • Tremors
  • Insomnia
  • Seizures

Acute Detox

Acute detox is designed to support patients that are living with a severe addiction to drugs that has created intense physical dependency. If you have attempted to quit drugs on your own and experienced uncomfortable or severe withdrawal symptoms which resulted in you returning to substance abuse, an acute detox would be ideal to support you in safely overcoming your physical addiction to drugs.

An acute detox aims to ensure that you can go through your drug detox safely and comfortably. You will reside within our recovery center where you will receive individualized care, ongoing supervision, and support to ensure your withdrawal symptoms are minimized to mild or moderate. As you experience drug withdrawal symptoms, you will be provided with medical care and treatments that will work to alleviate the severity of your symptoms allowing you to remain focused on your goals of obtaining addiction recovery.

Sub-Acute Detox

Sub-acute detox is intended to be there for patients that are experiencing mild to moderate drug withdrawal symptoms. Due to the lowered risks associated with these symptoms, patients can complete their medical detox within an outpatient rehab setting. This means that you can reside within your home while checking in with our compassionate team at the recovery center to review your progress and provide appropriate treatments without having to be monitored 24/7.

Why Choose Novo Detox for Drug Detox?

At Novo Detox, we are committed to your success with addiction treatment. You have taken a courageous step to reach out for help in your addiction recovery process, and our team wants to honor your brave decision by providing you with excellent individualized care that will ensure you have long-lasting success in addiction recovery. Our team will provide you with evidence-based therapy and treatment methods to maintain your health and safety while inspiring you to discover your new way of life in sober living. Detoxing from drugs often feels like a challenging part of your recovery process. But, we believe that with the right treatments and support your detox process can be smooth and rewarding as you embark on your recovery journey. Contact us today to have any questions answered about drug detox and begin your recovery journey today.