Social Setting Detox
The goal of this service is to provide a supportive, safe environment during the uncomfortable and potentially dangerous detox process. The Social Setting Detox Program at Burrell is a non-medical, residential service that lasts for three days. Detoxification is the process of interrupting the momentum of compulsive drug and/or alcohol use in an individual with a substance use disorder. The detoxification process involves recovery from the effects of alcohol or other drugs and the treatment required to manage withdrawal symptoms and promote recovery.
Burrell's trained staff provide 24-hour monitoring, observation, and support in a supervised environment so that clients can achieve initial recovery from the effects of alcohol or another drug. Social setting detox is characterized by its emphasis on peer and social support. It also provides care for clients whose intoxication or withdrawal signs and symptoms are sufficiently severe to require 24-hour structure and support, but the full resources of a medically monitored inpatient detox are not necessary. In the event any client exceeds our criteria for personal physical well-being, that client is immediately transferred to a local hospital for medical stabilization.
The program is designed for those who have used drugs in the past 72 hours or who are in active withdrawal. To meet criteria, clients must be medically stable. This program is not for the treatment of Opioid Use Disorder. Clients who are on medication for Opioid Use Disorder do not need social setting detox and should instead contact their medication prescriber.
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Clients can get started at anytime.
Our program is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
800 S. Park Ave., Springfield, MO 65802
No appointment is necessary. You can call the Park Clinic at 417-893-7722 or come directly to our facility for immediate assistance.