Detoxification from Alcohol and Drugs


At The Blackberry Center, we understand the fundamental connection between behavioral health and addiction. That’s why we offer a medical detoxification program; to help you safely navigate the process of detoxing from drugs or alcohol.

At our detox center in St. Cloud, Florida, our team of physicians, mental health professionals, and other care staff will monitor you 24/7 to ensure that you are safe both physically and mentally during detox. This is crucial to successful recovery, because withdrawal symptoms can easily lead to relapse or, in severe cases, death. Thankfully, with our medical supervision, you can ensure that you stay safe and sober during this vulnerable period.

Would you like to learn more about the drug detoxification process? You can click here to learn more about our addiction programming, or you can keep reading this page for information about recovery from drugs and alcohol.


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