Detox


Fear of the pain and sickness of withdrawal is one of the greatest barriers to treatment and recovery. If you have never been through this horrible pain, you will never know how bad it can truly be. I’ve heard people try to explain the pain to others and say it’s like having a bad case of the flu, but 100 times worse. Well thats pretty true, it’s that painful, plus the individual suffers from depression, guilt, shame and remorse before we administer the proper medications.  We know all this at Shalom and assure you a comfortable transition through this detox.

As a private facility we are able to offer you the most comfortable detox from Heroin and opiates than any other. We also provide Suboxone and accept Methadone patients as well. We at Shalom have also, all been updated and educated on the heroin epidemic.

  • Our expert M.D. specializing in addiction will carefully and safely supervise your detox and work closely with you to insure your safety and comfort.
  • We realize at shalom institute how scared people are of feeling the pain of withdrawal symptoms, that’s why fear of the pain and sickness of withdrawal is one of the greatest barriers to recovery. Our trained professional staff takes this phase of recovery very seriously. Our renowned doctor prescribes the proper medication and dosages to insure safety and comfort.
  • Most, if not all, addicted to any opiate, that come to us for our expert detox course, are very nervous and anxious before detox begins. We have specially trained our whole detox staff to be loving, caring, and very considerate to those addicted to opiates. We know how frightened each individual is walking in our doors. The miracle that happens once they are evaluated and given the proper medications, is beautiful to witness. From a scared nervous wreck before the first dose of detox medication is administered,  is quickly replaced by a huge sense of relief as they see that they aren’t feeling any major symptoms of withdrawal. Their faces start to regain color again and they truly feel so happy that their fears of pain are now gone. They become filled with hope. I’ve seen this so many times and it’s heartwarming, to say the least.
    Fear of the pain and sickness of withdrawal is one of the greatest barriers to recovery. If you have never been through this horrible pain, you will never know how bad it can truly be. I’ve heard people try to explain the pain to others and say it’s like having a bad case of the flu, but 100 times worse. Well that is, pretty true, it’s that painful, plus the individual suffers from depression, guilt, shame and remorse before we administer the proper medications.  We know all this at shalom and assure you a comfortable transition through this detox.
  • There will always be at least three professionals with you and will never leave your side, 24/7 throughout your detox to insure your safety as well as comfort.  Please call (631) 532-6375 and talk to a professional staff member 24/7, never an answering service.

Here you will find an overview of services offered. If you have any questions, please feel free to get in touch with us and ask any question regarding detox.  Our whole medical staff from our M.D. to our nurses assistants are all trained to have our clients feel as if their own mom is caring for them.  Safety, comfort, love, compassion, tolerance, patients are all our code we work by here at shalom institute. We know how worrisome detox can be on our clients before we start their detox course, so we have trained our staff always to smile and make sure that the client is always comfortable and safe and well looked after 24/7.

We Offer The Following Protocol For Medical Detox Off Of Alcohol

  • Our M.D. Does a physical and a full evaluation regarding what, how much, and how often one is using alcohol.
  • A urine and blood test to determine levels of alcohol that are in your body.
  • Our doctor then prescribes medications to safely and comfortably detox you.
  • 24/7 medical staff will be with you to assure the safety and comfort of each client.
  • After a few days we take another round of blood work to see how the levels are with either alcohol or drugs, we also look for other areas of the blood work to see if you are showing signs of improving, if applicable. ( I .E. : white blood cell counts can be above normal when entering detox, we see if those levels are stabilizing to normal counts which is usually the case.)
  • A full physical examination will be done again once detox is complete to make sure the individual is ready to move on to the next phase of recovery.

Here you will find an overview of services offered. If you have any questions, please feel free to get in touch with us and ask any question regarding detox.  Our whole medical staff from our M.D. to our nurses assistants are all trained to have our clients feel as if their own mom is caring for them.
Safety, comfort, love, compassion, tolerance, patients are all our code we work by here at shalom institute. We know how worrisome detox can be on our clients before we start their detox course, so we have trained our staff always to smile and make sure that the client is always comfortable and safe and well looked after 24/7.

We offer the following protocol for medical detox off of benzodiazepines

  • Our M.D. Does a physical and a full evaluation regarding what, how much, and how often one is using alcohol or xanax, valium, klonopin etc.
  • A urine and blood test to determine levels of benzodiazepines that are in your body.
  • Our doctor then prescribes medications to safely and comfortably detox you.
  • 24/7 medical staff will be with you to assure the safety and comfort of each client.
  • After a few days we take another round of blood work to see how the levels are with either alcohol or drugs, we also look for other areas of the blood work to see if you are showing signs of improving, if applicable.  (  I .E. : white blood cell counts can be above normal when entering detox, we see if those levels are stabilizing to normal counts which is usually the case.)
  • A full physical examination will be done again once detox is complete to make sure the individual is ready to move on to the next phase of recovery.

Co-occurring mental health conditions and substance use disorders affect nearly 9.4 million Americans each year. Of those only 7.4% receive appropriate treatment, with the vast majority bounced among recovery systems with different and opposing recovery structures.

Very few drug treatment centers specialize in treating the very complex co-occurring disorders like we do here at shalom recovery institute. We at shalom institute know that research continues to reveal that people with co-occurring disorders need a specialized regimen , referred to as integrated services or dual diagnosis treatment. Our medical team is highly trained and has been treating individuals with such disorders very successfully. Mental health treatment and addiction treatment have historically and continue to be separated systems of care. While many research studies have been performed on mental health and addictions separately, it has only been within recent years that studies have emerged on people who struggle with both conditions in tandem. This emerging research identifies that traditional separated systems of care not only alienate the consumer from treatment, but they also result in much poorer outcomes that those experienced by people with single disorders. More surprising, we are now learning from these studies that programs predominantly designed to treat a specific disorder are actually only capable of treating the minority of those in need where, in fact, up to 65.5% of people with a substance dependence disorder had at least one mental disorder and 51% of people with a mental disorder had at least one substance abuse disorder. That’s why we at shalom recovery institute are always tuned into what’s new from studies all over the world. We leave no stone un-turned here, we always will continue to look to see how we can help our clients with the most updated recovery regimens available to them in the health field.

Call anytime, 24 hours a day seven days a week & talk to a professional staff member, never an answering service.
(631) 532-6375