Drug & Alcohol Detox in Philadelphia

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How To Begin Inpatient Drug Or Alcohol Use Disorder Treatment Near Philadelphia

We streamlined the admissions process at Beacon Point Recovery Center, so you can begin inpatient alcohol and drug detox or rehab quickly. All you need to do is walk into our Allegheny Avenue location or call us at 267-715-9624 to talk to one of our admission coordinators. We’re happy to answer all of your questions and get you set up to begin treatment.

When you check in, you’ll undergo a thorough evaluation from a credentialed clinician. We’ll create a treatment approach centered around your individual history, what substances are in your system, and any current medical conditions you may have. Once that is done, we'll assign you a room and get you ready for the tapering process.

People We Treat Near Philadelphia

We treat addiction with a personalized treatment approach. Our well-trained medical staff manages withdrawal symptoms, so your detox is as tolerable as possible. We also provide behavioral services, including individual therapy, group therapy, and peer mentoring, to treat the root causes of your addiction.

Beacon Point Recovery Center treats individuals age 18 or older who want safety-focused inpatient treatment for alcohol or drug use disorders. Our licensed staff addresses many types of substance use, including:

  • Alcohol
  • Amphetamines
  • Ativan
  • Benzodiazepines
  • Cocaine
  • Codeine
  • Fentanyl
  • Heroin
  • Hydrocodone
  • Klonopin
  • Methadone
  • Opiates
  • OxyContin
  • Percocet
  • Roxicodone
  • Valium
  • Xanax

Things To Consider Before You Come For Addiction Treatment Near Philadelphia

Although we typically admit those in need to Beacon Point Recovery immediately, there are a couple of steps you can take to ensure your stay is as comfortable as possible.

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What To Bring

A normal inpatient stay at Beacon Point is two to four weeks or longer, depending on your unique needs. As a residential treatment facility, we provide your basic necessities, but you’ll want to pack some personal articles:

  • Comfortable clothes, footwear, and outerwear
  • Personal hygiene products
  • Something to read
  • Personal music player
  • Prescription and over-the-counter medications
  • Unopened cigarettes, E-cigarettes, vaping devices, and pods

Personal items, including shaving tools or hair straighteners, are approved but have to be given to staff when you’re admitted and asked for when wanted. All prescriptions must stay in the original package with the correct labeling and are checked during admissions to be stored in a safe place. Our skilled medical team will dispense approved medications at suitable times.

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What To Expect When Arriving At Beacon Point

Beacon Point Recovery strives to supply individualized service. We have a greater chance of succeeding when you collaborate with us honestly during the intake process. During this process, we will:

  • Administer a thorough medical and behavioral appraisal
  • Check your belongings for controlled or unauthorized items
  • Conduct a urine drug screening
  • Get you settled into your room to get comfortable

Admit Your Family Member For Detox Or Rehab In Philadelphia

We encourage families like yours to get those you care about the addiction treatment they require. Bring in your loved one anytime to begin detoxing or rehabilitating from alcohol or drug use. While we don't allow visitors after intake, they will be able to call you on the phone, and we promise to give them only the highest quality of care.

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We Can Advise You On Payment Questions

Beacon Point Recovery accepts Medicare/Medicaid to cover your treatment here. We are happy to answer any questions about Medicare/Medicaid coverage when you call 267-715-9624 or stop in to see us.

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We Can Assist With Employer-Related Documentation

Substance detox and rehab in Philadelphia requires stopping your regular routine for a short time to concentrate on recovery -- and that includes your job. Over the course of your residence with us, we are able to help you complete any documentation you require and touch base with your place of employment about authorizing your time away from the job. We aid you with:

  • FMLA documentation
  • Short-term disability
  • Doctor’s notes
  • Collaboration with your EAP
  • Collaborating with your union rep
  • Court-ordered paperwork

Call us anytime for further help if you have questions regarding taking a break from your employment for inpatient addiction treatment in Philadelphia.

Contact Us Today To Learn More About Inpatient Drug Or Alcohol Treatment Near Philadelphia

To inquire about detox and rehab, visit us in person, phone or text 267-715-9624, or submit the form below. We'll respond immediately every time. We can generally admit you and commence treatment the same day!