Opioid Detox

Opioid Addiction is currently an epidemic. Opiate use is currently on the rise, due to prescriptions.

It is proven that people using opioids become physically dependent on them, making quitting extremely difficult. Often, withdrawal symptoms are so severe that relapse occurs. At Clean Life, we can help.

Inpatient Opiate Detox at Clean Life is covered by most insurances. Our goal is to provide you or your loved one with the most comfortable detox available. Clean Life combines medical detox and holistic treatment programs paired with a newly renovated property and delicious catered food to ensure the best experience for our patients.

Symptoms of Opioid Withdrawal

Opioids or Opiates are intensely addicting and some of the most abused drugs in America. Use of opioids can cause physical addiction making them extremely difficult to quit taking. Detoxification from opiates should be done within the safety and comfort of an inpatient detox center like Clean Life. We offer physician supervised detoxification to manage the harsh withdrawal symptoms and safely flush the drug from your system. This will help decrease the likelihood of relapse and prepare you for recovery.

WITHDRAWAL SYMPTOMS FROM OPIOIDS CAN INCLUDE:

  • Nausea/Vomiting
  • Headache
  • Anxiety
  • Muscle Pain
  • Insomnia
  • Sweating
  • Restlessness
  • Watery Eyes
  • General Discontent
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WHAT DRUGS ARE CONSIDERED OPIOIDS?

OXYCODONE

HYDROCODONE

MORPHINE

CODEINE

FENTANYL

HEROIN

Why Chose Clean Life?

At Clean Life Detox we offer patient focused detoxification with all the comforts of a luxury retreat. Nestled in a quiet, gated property just minutes away from Clearwater Beach, Clean Life utilizes a combination of medical and holistic treatments for inpatient detox creating the most successful possible outcome.

Medical Detox

Medically assisted detoxification is the safest, most comfortable way to stop using opioids. Quitting without supervision or correct medicine is unnecessarily agonizing and could be fatal.

Insurance Covered

Cost of detox is one major reason people don’t seek the help they need. At Clean Life Detox we take most insurances and offer competitive rates for those who chose to self-pay.

Gorgeous Facility

Our newly renovated facility is modern, comfortable and 100% confidential. We fully cater fresh healthy foods in our beautiful Florida retreat.

Beautiful Location

Soak up the warm Florida sun while in treatment. Clean Life is located just minutes away from the nation’s top beach in Clearwater Florida.

OUR PROCESS: WHAT TO EXPECT

For so many addiction sufferers, the initial decision to get help is the most difficult step. The process is straight forward and your personal counselor at Clean Life will walk you through every step of the way.
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CONTACT

Our treatment counselors are here 24/7 to help answer you call. It’s a 100% confidential, no-obligation way to talk with a real professional about your questions and concerns.
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DETOXIFICATION

Your detox at Clean Life usually lasts 3-5 days at our beautiful inpatient facility. Through carefully prescribed medication, holistic treatments and healthy catered food you area able to safely flush your system of the drug.
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EVALUATION

A comprehensive screening and assessment by our professionals to determine an individualized treatment path for the safest, most comfortable, successful detox.
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RECOVERY

After withdrawal is complete, recovery prepares you both mentally and physically for life without dependency on drugs or alcohol. When necessary, we help you with the transition into an inpatient or outpatient recovery center.
It’s estimated that almost 1/2 of opioid overdose deaths involved a prescription opioid.
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opioid addiction treatment

Opioid Epidemic: What you should know.

Over the last decade, drug overdoses are the leading cause of death of Americans under 50. Opiate overdose accounts for two-thirds of these deaths. Due to pain centers or “pill mills,” opioids were easy to get a hold of which led to a rise in addiction. In the last few years a major crackdown on these pain centers and on opiate prescriptions as a whole has made them more difficult to find. Addicts are now turning to other drugs, like heroin, to feed their addiction.
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