Withdrawal management is a component of the addiction treatment services provided at Harbor Hall. Our withdrawal management process is administered by a medical staff, who provide 24-hour supervision, observation, and support for clients who are intoxicated or experiencing the symptoms of drug or alcohol withdrawal. This treatment level emphasizes peer and social support rather than medical or nursing care.
Knowing when you need supervised withdrawal management.
A medical screening process is available to review a client’s need for this level of care. This screening process also helps provide the Harbor Hall staff with direction and guidance to develop a treatment plan for the best possible outcomes. Since the stages of alcoholism and/or addiction to narcotics may vary among clients, we are careful to fully evaluate those who need this service.
There are three immediate goals for medication-assisted treatment:
- To assure safe withdrawal from a person’s substance of abuse or misuse.
- To deliver a service that is both humane and protects the individual’s dignity.
- To prepare the individual for on-going treatment and therapy.
Our staff provide care in a supportive environment that is culturally sensitive and maintains strict confidentiality. This service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, as space is available. Please call our office for cost and availability. An operator is available 24/7 to answer any questions you may have.