Accelerated Opiate Detox
Contact us about any of
our 10 locations nationwide

If you or a loved one are suffering from an opiate addiction, know this one key fact: You are not alone.

Opiates are the most addictive drugs, and they can cause dependence the first time anyone uses them. Often, people judge opiate addiction as a sign of weakness. But this couldn’t be further from the truth. Opiate addiction is not a personality flaw — it’s a chronic disease.

When someone becomes addicted to opiates, the drug — such as heroin, Oxycontin® or another opiate — hijacks the brain’s chemical production. As a result, their brain stops making enough of the endorphins needed to feel happy and reduce pain. Detox removes these harmful chemicals, so endorphin levels can eventually return back to normal.

The misery you feel from trying to detox on your own is natural. But it’s not the only path toward the addiction-free life you deserve.

How Does the Accelerated Opiate Detox (AOD) Work?

AOD removes the opiates from your brain in the most comfortable way possible. Rather than the typical 10 days you’d spend self-detoxing, AOD takes about 3 days.

Just imagine: Over a three-day weekend, you could completely clear the opiates from your body and be ready to begin your new, clean life. And because our treatment takes only a few days, you don’t need a long break from your daily life to complete your detox. Plus, you won’t face the discomfort that causes most people to relapse after a few days when they go it alone.

The process is a more effective, safer and more convenient way to free yourself from addiction.

The Benefits of TCI’s Accelerated Opiate Detox:

Outpatient Care

  • As few as three days to complete the process
  • No general anesthesia
  • No hospital stays required

Minimal Discomfort

  • Safe, assisted withdrawal process
  • Medicine to reduce discomfort
  • Caring support from medical professionals who understand addiction

Long-Term Support

  • Naltrexone therapy to reduce cravings and prevent relapse
  • Plan for maintaining sobriety
  • Access to recovery support services

Check out these helpful resources for more details:

You can free yourself from addiction. Add your name to the 98% of patients who successfully completed their detox.

Let’s take the next step together. Call us at 877-773-3869.

We Can Help

Give us a call today to get started on the road to recovery. Whether you are struggling with dependency or are a concerned loved one looking for information, we're happy to discuss our treatment options with you.

877-773-3869 (toll free)

If you would rather have our office contact you at a later date, please click on the link below to schedule a time for us to call you back.