Axis Treatment Centers prides itself on offering individualized treatment in from 30-day up to 90-day and 120-day programs of addiction therapy, providing hours of one-on-one treatment each week, as well as daily group counseling and activities.
- Medical Detoxification
- Holistic Drug Treatment
- Dual Diagnosis
- Trauma Resolution
Looking for a highly-rated detox center in Springfield that can help you or someone close to you make a total recovery from an addiction? Whether you want to break free from from Vivitrol, Oxycodone, alcohol or another drug you are addicted to, your recovery process doesn’t have to be a lonely one. We offer a large resource database of private inpatient or outpatient rehab facility, as well as a host of other options that can provide help for you with your plan of getting clean.
Drug and Alcohol Detox Programs
Detox from alcohol and prescription drugs can be difficult, even unsafe without proper supervision. If you or someone you love is ready to achieve a drug-free and sober life, it’s important to seek medical attention to ensure the best possible recovery. Whether you are looking for a Suboxone treatment program to combat Detox addiction, or a detoxification clinic to help recover from alcohol or any other illicit or prescription substance abuse, browse the listings below to find in-patient and out-patient treatment options in Springfield, MO.
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Sponsored centers in or near Springfield
That is generally a matter of personal preference. Some people prefer treatment close to home, though others recognize the value of a clean break from the people and places associate with the addiction.
As a class of drugs, opiates are difficult to taper off use of without help. Quitting cold turkey is never recommended for anything other than the mildest addictions, because of the withdrawal dangers.