1. Where is The Coleman Institute (TCI) located?
Our headquarters are in Richmond, Virginia, and we have nine more convenient locations across the United States. Please visit our Locations page to find the office closest to you.
2. What types of addiction and dependency does TCI treat?
3. How does TCI typically detox patients?
At TCI, we use an Accelerated Detox Technique combined with Naltrexone therapy to give our patients the best possible chance at recovery. This is typically an outpatient treatment that lasts from 3 – 8 days, which we customize to each patient’s needs. You can learn more about our Accelerated Opiate Detox and Accelerated Alcohol Detox approaches.
4. What is Naltrexone therapy?
After a patient successfully completes their detox, we use Naltrexone therapy to help prevent relapse. Using a long-lasting injection or small, time-release implant, Naltrexone helps reduce the cravings that a patient would typically have during recovery. Visit our Naltrexone Therapy page to learn more about this revolutionary treatment.
5. How much does TCI’s Accelerated Detox cost?
The treatment cost largely depends on the type of drug a person is using, as well as which location they will be visiting. We offer financing for each of our treatment options to make detox as financially feasible as possible.
6. Is Accelerated Detox painful?
Unlike self-detoxing or ultra-rapid detoxification, our Accelerated Detox approach is relatively painless. Through customized medications and hands-on support, we help our patients stay comfortable and manage their withdrawal symptoms. You can read more about our detox process for each type of dependency:
- Accelerated Opiate Detox
- Heroin Detox
- Prescription Drug Detox
- Chronic Pain Management
- Suboxone® Detox
- Methadone Detox
- Alcohol Detox
7. Why does TCI no longer offer Ultra-Rapid Detoxification (URD)?
TCI performed over 300 URD procedures in a hospital and had no major complications. However, we find that this technique:
- Is very expensive
- Can be uncomfortable for patients
- Includes serious health risks
So, we developed a new technique known as Accelerated Detoxification. This treatment type is just as successful as URD, but avoids its problems — and doesn’t require hospitalization. We have now performed thousands of Accelerated Detoxifications since 2001 and find the technique is vastly superior to our experience with URD.
8. What happens after a patient leaves TCI?
We know that recovery is a lifelong process, so we support all three stages that patients face by helping them Get Help, Get Clean and Stay Clean. Instead of ending our support with a successful detox, we go steps further. We help each patient create a customized recovery plan and encourage all of our patients to participate in our Stay Clean program after detoxing. Patients are also welcome to call us anytime (877-773-3869), and we’ll respond as soon as possible.