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Drug and Alcohol Detox - Quincy, IL.

detox services are for persons in Quincy, Illinois who require support abstaining from drugs, which can be very challenging when an individual has become physically and/or psychologically reliant on drugs. People in Quincy, Illinois find it challenging to quit abusing drugs or alcohol due to the process they will have to endure to detox by themselves. A great deal of physical and mental challenges arise when the body begins to experience drug withdrawal, symptoms of which can vary from flu like symptoms to extreme depression and anxiety. In a professional detoxification facility in Quincy, Illinois, detox services help the individual through this course of action as safely as possible and offer the required emotional assurances to get an individual through detox without relapsing. Quincy, Illinois detox services are simply the first step of a comprehensive drug and alcohol rehabilitation program which will fully handle deep rooted drug addiction issues so that the person can stay abstinent.

Listings with Category "Drug and Alcohol Detox" in Quincy, Illinois:

  • Preferred Family Healthcare Inc
    Preferred Family Healthcare Inc is a Drug Treatment and Alcohol Rehab Center that can be found at:

    428 South 36th Street
    Quincy, IL. 62301
    217-224-6300 x121

    Treatment Services: Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment Services, Drug and Alcohol Detox, Outpatient Drug Abuse Services, Short Term Drug Abuse Services, Addiction Treatment For Adolescents, Dual-Diagnosis Treatment Services, Drug Rehabs For Pregnant/Postpartum Women, Drug Treatment - Women, Drug Treatment - Men, Drug Rehab Help for Criminal Justice Clients

    Payment Categories: Drug Rehab - Self Payment, State Financed Drug Rehab, Private Pay Health Insurance