Welcome to Chapman House residential detox program, where you will be safe, interact with down-to-earth staff, and minimize the painful symptoms of detox.
Making the courageous decision to enter a detox program is the first step toward recovery and a better life outside the grip of addiction. At Chapman House, our experts provide compassionate and individualized care through the challenging detoxification phase of escaping the bonds of addiction. We can continue to help with treatment and sobriety when detox is complete.
Chapman House provides a safe and comfortable residential detox program. Our medical director, in harmony with RNs, NPs, and PAs, work together to make a specific, accurate diagnosis and to determine the appropriate level of medication necessary for a safe and comfortable residential detox experience for each individual client. The initial medical assessment is based upon each person’s personal, family, and substance abuse history. We assess the whole individual for tolerance levels, medical condition, and other factors that could affect them prior to prescribing medication or beginning a detox protocol.
Our detox supervision team members conduct a thorough personal, emotional, and social history of each individual during their stay in detox. We take additional measures to monitor each medication prescribed, as well as the individual’s vital signs (blood pressure, oxygen levels, temperature, mood, and behavioral activity) multiple times per day.
Our seasoned staff ensures that our clients are supervised, monitored, and comforted during their detox, as well as during the rest of their residential stay, if they choose to remain for treatment.
Our campus is homelike, clean, and comfortable. Our food service is managed by our chef and the kitchen staff, and in most cases, we accommodate special diets.
If you or a loved one is struggling with addiction, contact Chapman House. We’ll help you work out a plan for detox and treatment that’s medically supervised and designed to effectively manage and monitor the symptoms and side effects of treatments necessary to release you or your loved one from the control of addictive substances or behaviors.
Though nobody can go back and make a new beginning, anyone can start over and make a new ending.