In Detox, When trying to rid your body of toxins and drug substances physical and emotional withdrawal symptoms are immediately addressed which begins with a comprehensive toxicology report. Once completed, the Doctor and staff provide a customized detoxification plan that will work best for the patient. Detox usually lasts 5 to 10 days.

At the completion of detox, the patient will begin residential treatment activities such as working with their therapist, their case manager, and group work. This is where the foundation needed, both physically and emotionally, for a life-long recovery, are built. Residential treatment lasts 7 to 30 days. Whether detoxing from Drugs or Alcohol we make the experience as comfortable as possible.
Medication Management:

Medication Assisted Therapy is the new standard of care in addiction treatment. Medication Assisted Therapy is the monitoring of medications that a patient takes to confirm that he or she is complying with a medication regimen. MAT also ensures the patient is avoiding potentially dangerous drug interactions and other complications.

Since 60-89% of people currently attending addiction treatment programs are taking some type of prescribed medication, MAT becomes crucial to successful outcomes. One North Recovery utilizes the most advanced combination of Pharmacogenomic testing and Toxicology. Pharmacogenomics is the study of how genes affect a person’s response to medication. PGx also seeks to predict what response an individual will have to a drug. Human drug metabolism is largely an inherited trait. By combining both Pharmacogenomic Testing and traditional Urine Testing we are have the capability to insure better results with fewer errors, and more useful testing data.


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