Comprehensive Medical/Psychiatric Evaluation and Medication Management of:

 - Depression and Treatment Resistant Depression, Bipolar Disorders Psychotic Disorders, Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder, PTSD, Obsessive-compulsive Disorder, ADD, ADHD,  and Dual Diagnosis Treatment.
 - Evaluation and Management of Chemical Dependency Addictions (No Behavioral Addiction Treatment i.e. Gambling, Sex)
 - Outpatient detox for Opiates, Alcohol, Benzo, Somas and other drugs of abuse.
 - Medication management for Addiction.  Aftercare referral to Addiction therapists. 12 step and non 12 step self help group referral.
 - Referral to an inpatient drug treatment center if outpatient is a high risk for withdrawal complications.
 - Subutex assisted opiate detox Suboxone/Subutex maintenance treatment.

We provide Outpatient Detox, couples detox and Addiction Treatment Services in North Palm Beach Delray Beach, West Palm, Boynton Beach, Boca Raton and South Florida and the surrounding areas. Global Detox FL in Delray Beach, West Palm, Boynton Beach, Boca Raton and South Florida have a number of different treatment options like couples detox, heroin addiction treatment, heroin benzos cocaine, depression treatment programs and opiate addiction treatment, but first it's necessary to understand why they are the superior options in the first place.

Outpatient programs include:

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) – 3 days a week for 3 hours a day
Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) – 5 days a week for 5 hours a day

Due to recent scientific advances, people no longer need to check themselves into a hospital or treatment center to find freedom from alcohol and drug dependency. Easily eliminate your pain or behavioral abuse and dependency in the privacy of your home. You will experience revolutionary treatment and the very best, individualized care by one of the nation’s leading addiction treatment and couples detox experts in North Palm Beach Delray Beach, West Palm, Boynton Beach, Boca Raton and South Florida.  Global detox is considered to be a pioneer in the field of couples detox South Florida, addiction medicine and opiate detox in Delray Beach, West Palm, Boynton Beach, Boca Raton & couples detox South Florida.

Heroin Addiction Treatment Lake Worth, Wellington, West Palm and Florida

Heroin is:

  • An illegal depressant drug derived from morphine that binds to opioid receptors in the brain and creates a number of different side effects.
  • The most abused, fast-acting and popular of all opiate drugs.
  • A powder of either white or brown color or a black, tar-like substance that can be injected, snorted or smoked.
  • Also known by street names such as Dope, Junk, Horse, Smac, Big H, Blacktar, Brown Sugar, Muc or Skag.
  • Often combined with additional substances such as powdered milk, sugar, starch, quinine or certain poisons to enhance effects.

Heroin Side Effects

Almost immediately upon using heroin, users can experience euphoria, warm flushing of the skin, dry mouth, heaviness in the arms and legs, and poor cognition. These effects can continue for many hours, and users can go from hyper-alertness drowsiness.

Many issues can result from heroin abuse that can jeopardize a user’s health, including:

  1. Liver disease
  2. Kidney disease
  3. Bacterial infections
  4. Collapsed veins
  5. Pneumonia
  6. Abscesses

Organ damage (typically caused by additives in street heroin)

Infectious (Hepatitis, HIV, etc.)

Overdoses, both fatal and non-fatal, are of particular concern for users of street heroin because it is impossible to determine the contents of the heroin, as it may have been cut with other dangerous substances.

Patterns of use

Heroin seems to get popular on the streets every few decades. It was very common in the late 1970s, and then took a backseat to the crack epidemic in the 1980’s.

However, in recent years, it has made a comeback – particularly because of notoriety received in films such as Pulp Fiction and Trainspotting, as well as being connected to the deaths of celebrities such Jonathan Melvoin and Kurt Cobain. In addition, it grew in popularity in the fashion industry, under the promotion “heroin chic”.

Many people mistakenly believe that it is safe to use heroin as long as they do not inject it and/or share needles. However, a purer form of heroin is now available, making it possible for people to get high by snorting or smoking the drug as opposed to injecting it.

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One of the greatest dangers associated with heroin is its ability to cause individuals to become both physically and psychologically dependent. Heroin addiction interferes and essentially halts normal living, and comes with the risk of being arrested and jailed for use or actions related to use.

In many studies involving lab animals, scientists have found that animals will choose heroin over food or beverages. Even as they die from starvation and exhaustion, the animals will continue to gun it for the heroin to get their next fix.

Very rarely, people can use heroin without developing addictions, however most people get hooked after their first time using. There may be a genetic component to the development of addiction (known as the so-called “addictive personality”), but so far, scientists do not fully understand how it works. Some risk factors for addiction development can include psychological issues such as post-traumatic stress disorder, bipolar disorder, personality disorder, anxiety and panic disorder, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Also, a family history of substance abuse can also increase an individual’s risk of becoming addicted.

Heroin Withdrawal

Heroin users who use on a regular basis quickly develop a tolerance to the drug and begin having to consume larger doses of the drug to feel high. Since the body gets used to the presence of heroin over time, if a heroin addict stops using, he or she can experience severe withdrawal symptoms that include:

  • Vomiting and diarrhea
  • Muscle and bone pain
  • Insomnia or restlessness
  • Cold flashes
  • Kicking movements

Heroin withdrawal symptoms can begin within hours of the last dose and typically continue for about one week, if not longer. In some cases, heroin addicts report withdrawal symptoms that last for months. Also, recovered heroin users also site being triggered by people, places or things, even if they have been clean for years.

Heroin Addiction Treatment

Withdrawal symptoms and extreme cravings are often the number one cause of relapse for those looking to end their heroin abuse. To minimize heroin cravings and the accompanying withdrawal symptoms, heroin detox programs utilize medications such as methadone and Suboxone.

Medically supervised heroin detox programs are designed to help heroin addicts gradually wean off heroin and prepare to participate in a therapeutic recovery program. Attempting to be successful in detox without any follow-up care will only set recovering users up for relapse. Therefore, heroin detox should be looked at as the first step of many that with help introduce new coping skills and address the issues of addiction.

Treatment for Heroin Addiction

Heroin is highly addictive to a point where nearly one-quarter of people who use heroin develop a dependency to it. Once addiction has developed, users will stop at nothing to get more of the drug even it means risking their job, damaging relationships with loved ones and more.

What you experience during heroin addiction treatment is going to solely depend on specific factors including how long you have been using and how much you have been using. Your recovery will depend on your ability to understand and cope with other challenges, such as underlying psychological problems that may have caused or been caused by your heroin use.

There are two kinds of treatment centers: residential or outpatient.

Residential treatment centers can come in variety, such as wilderness programs and therapeutic boarding schools for preteens and teenagers, Christian rehabilitation, or gender-specific programs. Many residential programs offer services for a wide range of addictions and psychological problems, while others specialize in one particular addiction and/or disorder.

With outpatient treatment, you get the opportunity to live at home and meet with your counselors and doctors on a regular basis.

Step One: Withdrawal

The first step in the treatment process involves chemical withdrawal from heroin – otherwise known as detoxification. Heroin detox has developed a bad reputation that has spanned over a century, however modern methods made heroin detox less intense and more comfortable than in used to be in the past.

During detox, you will likely remain at a medical treatment center for at least a coupled of days. Within hours of ending your heroin use, all traces of heroin leave your body and withdrawal symptoms start. Withdrawal can feel like a terrible case of the flu, and depending on your level of drug usage, you might experience chills and goose bumps (hence the term “cold turkey”), runny nose, sweats, fevers, insomnia, muscle and joint pain, vomiting, diarrhea, and twitching legs (“kicking the habit”).

Your doctor may prescribe methadone or another drug to ease your symptoms, and then gradually taper it off. However, not all heroin users experience these severe symptoms, so this treatment varies case by case.

The flu-like withdrawal symptoms can last up to a week, but the worst of it typically ends after the first two days. One former addict said the main problem with withdrawal is knowing that if you took some heroin, the symptoms would be gone immediately. This is a common reason why most heroin users require additional support to get through withdrawals.

Step Two: Therapy

Once you have completed detox, you will attend classes and therapy sessions with counselors, as well as support meetings with others in treatment. You learn how to deal with triggers (such as situations and people) that make you want to use heroin again.

Residential centers often provide outdoor activities such as horseback riding, hiking, swimming, etc. to help you learn to use physical exercise as a safe and effective way to relieve stress. In addition, you may also learn other coping techniques, including deep breathing, yoga and meditation that aid in your recovery. The majority of residential centers offer sports, journaling, art, music, and drama as forms of therapy.

Step Three: Maintenance

As soon as you return home and/or complete the most intensive period of outpatient treatment, you will still require follow-up care. Follow-up care typically involves attending 12-Step meetings such as Narcotics Anonymous or other support groups, as well as keeping up with individual therapy.

The families of former heroin addicts often enter into counseling themselves to help deal with the changes in family dynamics that develop in response to a loved one’s heroin use.

The length of treatment depends on your individual case. Government studies show that people who remain in treatment and stay connected to support groups for at least one year, even on an outpatient basis, are more likely to stay sober after rehab.

In most cases, outpatient or residential heroin addiction rehab is necessary to end abuse. Some of the most common types of treatments for heroin addiction can include the following:

  • Medically Assisted Heroin Detox
  • Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
  • 12-Step Programs
  • Educational Lectures
  • Individual and Group Counseling
  • Family Therapy

Global Detox LLC is a highly expert firm in the field of addiction medicine and psychiatry. Practicing for more than a decade. Our experience in the fields of addiction medicine, dual diagnosis and psychiatry are nationally recognized and respected.

Global Detox offers the latest, scientifically based treatment therapies for addiction to drugs and alcohol in an outpatient setting.

Addiction is Treatable 

The total annual cost of addiction, in the United States, is estimated to approach $600 billion, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse.

What no study can compile is the emotional toll that the disease of addiction has on individuals and their families. The negative consequences of addiction, physically, emotionally and mentally, are profound and difficult to cope with. They are also unnecessary because the disease of addiction is treatable.

Scientific Heroin Addiction Treatment Lake Worth, Wellington, West Palm and Florida

Due to advances in medical science and the study of addiction, those suffering from substance abuse and addiction issues have better options today than ever before.

For years, the general approach to recovery has been a non-scientific, non-medical group setting where individuals do their best to follow a set of guidelines, or steps, in hopes of remaining sober. The idea is that if it’s good for one person, it’s good for everyone. This is not true.

Many rehab facilities still practice this group method of treatment despite leaps in science and the success of treating addiction issues medically.

Scientific Evidence Based Medicine relies on facts. As with the medical treatment of other diseases, it adheres to the information gathered from scientific research. For those suffering from the disease of addiction, this is a much more focused and medically sound approach to treatment and healing.

Heroin Addiction Treatment / Drug Addiction Treatment and Heroin Benzos Cocaine Detox Florida

Overcoming an addiction to prescription painkillers, cocaine, heroine, methamphetamines, or any habit-forming substance is scary and difficult. The fear of a painful withdrawal process keeps many individuals from seeking the help that they need. Heroin Addiction Treatment Lake Worth, Wellington, West Palm and Florida

The symptoms of withdrawal vary depending on the kind of drug, or combination of drugs, a person is using, as well as how heavily they are abusing them. The following is a list of some common drug withdrawal symptoms:

 - Flu-like symptoms, such as fever, chills, body aches and diarrhea
 - Abdominal cramps
 - Depression
 - Anxiety

After a complete medical examination and evaluation, Global Detox can assist a patient in detoxing safely and comfortably if needed. Detox is followed by a complete treatment regimen that uses behavioral therapies and medications to put the patient on the road to recovery. Heroin Addiction Treatment Lake Worth, Wellington, West Palm and Florida

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Alcohol is one of the most widely abused substances worldwide. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that there are more than 75 thousand alcohol related deaths in the United States every year.

A person’s genetics and environmental factors play a large role in the risk of becoming an alcoholic. Regardless of the cause, those suffering from alcoholism often do not see the damage they’re causing in their lives, and the lives of their family, until it is too late. Some of the signs that a person is developing alcoholism or is already living with the disease are:

 - A compulsion to drink despite negative consequences
 - A high tolerance to alcohol
 - Memory loss or “black outs” while drinking
 - A lack of activities that don’t include alcohol consumption

The Inability to Stop Drinking Alcohol Once Started in Palm Beach County, West Palm, Lake Worth, Wellington and Florida

It is never too late for someone to get alcoholism treatment. Withdrawal from alcohol is serious and it should always be monitored by a licensed physician.
The goal of treatment is not to just stop drinking alcohol, but to examine the underlying causes for the negative behavior. Applying the proper therapies and taking into account each individual’s distinctive issues and lifestyle, is the key to breaking free from the bottle and living a long, healthy and sober life.

Global Detox helps their patients overcome drug and alcohol addiction using the latest scientific treatment protocols. Whether it’s an addiction to alcohol, prescription medications, heroin, cocaine or any number of other widely abused substances, it is possible to return to an addiction-free life.

Global Detox has elevated the detox process to a new level of ease and comfort. Our staff cares about each one of our clients and does everything possible to make sure they are safe, secure, relaxed, happy and comfortable. Through our many years of professional experience, we know what it takes to eliminate drugs or alcohol from a person’s life.

Types of Detox Treatment Offered

Outpatient Detox treatment Orlando, Tampa, Lake Worth, West Palm Beach and Boca Raton: We offer a wide variety of outpatient detox treatment programs at our office in Palm Beach, Tampa, Orlando FL, aimed at helping our clients comfortably and successfully detox from outpatient alcohol detox and substance addiction. Listed below are some of the most common substances we treat on a regular basis, but this is by no means a complete list.

 - Alcohol
 - All Prescription Medications
 - Benzodiazepines
 - Methadone
 - Heroin
 - Cocaine
 - Crystal Meth
 - Morphine
 - Inhalants
 - Club Drugs
 - PCP

Suboxone Outpatient Alcohol Detox in Orlando, Tampa, Lake Worth, West Palm Beach and Boca Raton

Suboxone is a highly effective medication that we use to help reduce opiate addiction treeatment in Orlando, Tampa, Lake Worth, West Palm Beach and Boca Raton. Suboxone also helps ease any withdrawal symptoms and side effects. Suboxone is a medication containing buprenorphine and naloxone, combined in a single tablet.

Buprenorphine which has been used successfully as a treatment for heroin addiction and outpatient alcohol detox / outpatient detox treatment in Orlando, Tampa, Lake Worth, West Palm Beach and Boca Raton which works by acting on the brain’s opiate receptors to relieve withdrawal and cravings without prompting the same intense high or dangerous side effects as other opioids.

When combined with naloxone, buprenorphine’s abuse potential is further limited because people who try to inject it experience severe withdrawal symptoms. However, when Suboxone is taken orally, as prescribed, these adverse effects do not occur.

Outpatient Alcohol Detox Treatment in Orlando, Tampa, Lake Worth, West Palm Beach and Boca Raton

Outpatient alcohol detox treatment touches the lives of practically every family. Untreated and unmanaged, it can cause major life challenges for everyone affected. For the alcoholic, withdrawal can cause seizures, delusions, delirium and it can even be fatal.

We ensure the alcohol outpaitent detox treatment in Orlando, Tampa, Lake Worth, West Palm Beach and Boca Raton is performed effectively and comfortably. Although it may not be easy for all patients, we know the best methods for complete recovery and ensure that all of those we treat are comfortable in our facility.

Withdrawal begins the moment the client stops drinking. The detox process may seem impossible for some people; however, at Las Virgenes Behavioral Health and Medical Clinic we successfully address, and often prevent, the physical, emotional and psychological effects of detox.

Detoxification of alcohol is the first step of our alcohol outpaitent detox treatment program in Orlando, Tampa, Lake Worth, West Palm Beach and Boca Raton. Providing stability and perspective, our patients are then ready to actively participate in additional programs for total recovery.

Prescription Medication Detox 

Opiates – Detox

Opiates are prescription medications that are prescribed by a doctor to relieve physical pain. Opiates are often highly effective where other pain relievers fall short. They have helped millions of people deal with the painful symptoms of disease. However, opiates can also have negative side effects, and some people become dependent on them if they are not monitored during use.

When someone stops taking any opiate, withdrawal begins. The detox process from opiates should always be done under the care of a licensed medical professional familiar with the opiate detoxification process. Opiate detoxification can last 7 to 14 days.

Any opiate withdrawal effects are safely and properly managed using the drug Suboxone in Orlando, Tampa, Lake Worth, West Palm Beach and Boca Raton.


Benzodiazepines are a separate classification of prescription medication. They are primarily prescribed for anti-anxiety or insomnia. Ativan and Xanax are two of the more common drugs in this classification.

Stopping Benzodiazepine without the proper medical supervision is dangerous and can cause severe withdrawal symptoms including seizures, delirium and even death. The moment someone stops taking a Benzodiazepine, withdrawal will begin.

Oxycodone – OxyContin, Percodan, Vicodin and Percocet

A well-known opioid is Oxycodone, the generic name for the drugs OxyContin, Percodan, and Percocet.

Opioids act by attaching to specific proteins called opioid receptors found in the brain, spinal cord, and gastrointestinal tract, and can effectively change the way a person experiences pain.
Additionally, opioids affect regions of the brain, including the nucleus acumen (a key structure in reward, motivation, and addiction), resulting in initial euphoria.
The high levels of Vicodin abuse may be linked to its widespread availability a fact that becomes even more troubling when considering the health risks of abusing hydrocodone and other prescription drugs.
mbien, Soma Detox Used by millions for insomnia, Ambien is a sedative, and also called a hypnotic. It affects chemicals in your brain that may have become unbalanced and caused sleep problems. This medication helps you to relax and fall asleep. Soma is used as a muscle relaxant. Unfortunately, they are both frequently abused. Although they belong to separate class of drugs the withdrawal symptoms are very similar to alcohol and benzodiazepines.

They are both frequently abused. And they belong to separate classes of drugs their withdrawal symptoms are very similar to Benzodiazepines.

Heroin Detox Treatment in Orlando, Tampa, Lake Worth, West Palm Beach and Boca Raton

Heroin is the most commonly abused opiate in the world. At any given time, there are 500,000 users in the U.S. alone. Illegal and highly addictive, this semi-synthetic drug can devastate lives. The good news is that addiction can be treated effectively.

Although Opiate withdrawal is usually not fatal, it is very uncomfortable. We ensure that detox goes smoothly by using Suboxone.

Cocaine – Methamphetamine Detox Trreatment in Orlando, Tampa, Lake Worth, West Palm Beach and Boca Raton

Cocaine and Methamphetamines are psychoactive stimulant drugs that increase alertness and energy. Abused in high doses, it can induce euphoria and enhance self-esteem. Its side effects, including nervousness, anxiety, paranoia and heart issues, are well known.

During intoxication, these drugs can be life threatening. While withdrawing from the drug, it is usually not life threatening, but toxic effects can still occur, including heart attack and stroke. These effects through withdrawal need to be managed. At Orlando, Tampa, Lake Worth, West Palm Beach and Boca Raton Behavioral Health and Medical Clinic, our process for cocaine and methamphetamine detox is symptomatic and highly effective.

Outpatient Alcohol Detox a Way to Live a Sober Life Effectively in Lake worth, Boca raton and Pompano beach

Alcohol is one of the most common abused substances all through the world. It can severely affect the mental and physical health of the addicted person, so, it's crucial to treat alcohol addiction effectively. We, at Global Detox, offer a significantly effective, successful and top quality outpatient alcohol detox at Lake Worth, Boca Raton, and Pompano Beach.

We understand that some patients of alcohol addiction need to overcome their addiction problem, but they do not have much time or they are unable to stop working to stay in the rehab center throughout the process. But in this case, you should not be worried; we have designed an exclusive program for such patients, which is outpatient alcohol detox.

If you or your loved one needs excellent help with alcohol addiction, Global Detox will be the best option you are looking for. In our outpatient alcohol detox, you do not need to stay at our rehab center; you only need to attend our sessions, for three times a week and only for a limited time.

Flexible Treatment Program:

Our alcohol detox treatment program provides you flexibility which you required for a treatment program, but its effectiveness will be unlimited.

Comfortable and Relaxed Environment:

With us, you will find a comfortable, reliable and successful outpatient alcohol detox which will help you to end your addiction forever.

Unique Treatment Program:

Our treatment program is designed in a way, which will effectively end your cycle of chemical dependency entirely and help you to live a sober life.

Safe and Reliable Detox:

We ensure that you will get a safe, secure and reliable outpatient alcohol detox with us under a supervised environment.

24/7 Availability:

We are available 24 hours a day and seven days a week for your valuable assistance. You can call us at any time and find adequate support at any time with us.

If you like to live a simple and healthy life, and want to overcome your alcohol addiction, then take the step and pick up the phone to call us for the most excellent assistance.

We provide medical as well as psychological recovery services for our clients. So call us now and find the most excellent outpatient alcohol detox at Lake Worth, Boca Raton, and Pompano Beach.

Dual Diagnosis refers to the combination of a mood disorder along with an addiction to drugs or alcohol. The phrase “co-occurring disorders” is often used, as well, because both illnesses exist at the same time and frequently aggravate the symptoms of the other condition.

Establishing which disorder came first is difficult. Addiction to alcohol or drugs alters the brain’s chemistry. This can result in behaviors that might bring about mood disorders, such as depression or anxiety. However, an untreated and pre-existing mental condition, like bipolar disorder, can drive a person to self-medicate using either drugs or alcohol or both.

The key to treating those suffering with a dual diagnosis is identifying and evaluating both disorders. Long-term recovery is unlikely if only one of these serious conditions is addressed.

Depression Treatment Programs in Tampa, West Palm and Lake Worth

There are approximately 19 million Americans dealing with depression. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) reveals that the brain of someone suffering from depression appears different than the brain of someone without the disorder.

The ultimate cause of depression is not entirely understood. Most studies point to a combination of genetic and environmental factors. Some of the symptoms of depression are:

 - Feelings of guilt, helplessness and irritability
 - Trouble sleeping combined with decreased energy and exhaustion
 - Loss of libido
 - Changes in appetiteDifficulty making decisions and concentrating
 - Suicidal thoughts and tendencies

There have been many advances made in the treatment of this mental disorder. Those experiencing depression can and do recover with the appropriate care. Global Detox has been successfully treating patients with depressive disorders for more than a decade.

After a thorough medical and psychiatric evaluation, the proper medications and therapies can be applied, which help to alleviate the painful symptoms. At Las Virgenes Behavioral and Medical Clinic, this treatment is offered in an outpatient setting.

Bipolar Treatment
Typically, bipolar disorder develops in a person’s late teens or early adulthood. This condition is characterized by mood swings that run from the most severe depression to states of intense mania. In extreme cases of bipolar disorder, symptoms of mania and depression can exist at the same time.

The National Institute of Mental Health estimates that 2.6 percent of the U.S. population is affected every year by bipolar disorder. Research into this condition suggests that there is no single cause for the disease, but experts believe the condition is hereditary. The symptoms of bipolar disorder are complex and can vary from person to person. A few common symptoms are:

 - Long periods of worry and feelings of emptiness
 - Long periods of being overly happy, outgoing, feeling wired or irritable
 - Talking very fast and being easily distracted
 - An unrealistic belief in one’s own abilities
 - Feeling tired and slowed down

Without treatment, bipolar disorder is very difficult to live with. The extreme shifts in mood can damage a person’s private and professional life. Additionally, a very high percentage of people with bipolar disorder suffer from substance abuse issues.

Bipolar treatment begins with a proper diagnosis by a qualified physician. Our experience has shown that not every patient suffering with bipolar disorder responds to the same medication. Only after a comprehensive evaluation, which takes into account a patient’s unique needs and issues, can the proper therapy be given along with the appropriate mood stabilizing medications.

Las Virgenes Behavioral and Medical Clinic is one of the few places in the country that provides expert bipolar treatment and care as an outpatient service.

Anxiety Treatment
Anxiety disorders, such as post-traumatic stress disorder, panic disorder and obsessive-compulsive disorder, are among the most common mental conditions in the U.S. Those living with excessive anxiety can experience painful episodes lasting as long six months. These episodes can paralyze people and disrupt their lives and the lives of their families.

There are several different types of anxiety disorders, and the symptoms vary depending on the specific condition. Some of the overlapping and common signs of this mental illness are:

 - Uncontrollable or racing thoughts
 - Insomnia
 - Feelings of uneasiness, fear and panic
 - Obsessive behavior
 - Shortness of breath
 - Heart palpitations

As with other mood disorders, people with anxiety conditions have a high likelihood of co-occurring substance abuse issues. A medical doctor must diagnose anxiety disorders, and experts in the fields of psychopharmacology and psychiatry should administer anxiety treatment. The right medications can aid patients in controlling their levels of anxiety while the proper therapy can help them develop skills and techniques to live normal and happy lives.

Comprehensive Medical and Psychiatric Evaluation

Medication Management of Depression and Treatment Resistant Depression
Bipolar Disorders and Psychotic Disorders
Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder, PTSD, Obsessive-compulsive Disorder, ADD, ADHD
We strongly recommend that the individual with both an addiction and mental health or emotional disorder seek treatment. Global Detox not only has psychiatrists and psychologists to work with the underlying emotional or mental disorders, we also treat the addiction and the mental illness simultaneously.

We can help you along this journey
We have specialized in addiction and dual diagnosis for years, so you can be sure that we’ll treat every aspect of your addiction. We will teach you all the tools necessary to overcome and heal your symptoms. In no time you’ll be forging the path towards a life beyond your wildest imagination.

Feeling sad or having the blues from time to time is a normal part of life and something that everyone occasionally feels. And sadness is a normal response to life’s ups and downs. But when that sadness does not pass within a day or two and turns to overwhelming emptiness with feelings of despair, it may be depression.

Causes of Depression
Depression is not just the result of a chemical imbalance in the brain. Experts believe that depression is likely the result of a combination of genetics, biochemical, and psychological, medical, environmental and ocial factors. Lifestyle choices, relationships, and coping skills can be equally as important as genetics. In addition, trauma, loss of a loved one, a difficult relationship, or any stressful situation may trigger a depressive episode. And certain risk factors can make a person more vulnerable to depression.

 - Loneliness
 - Lack of social support
 - Recent stressful life experiences
 - Family history of depression
 - Marital or relationship problems
 - Financial strain
 - Early childhood trauma or abuse
 - Alcohol or drug abuse
 - Unemployment or underemployment
 - Health problems or chronic pain

Symptoms of Depression
Depression is a common but serious illness, in that depression can be like an overwhelming feeling of doom that makes it hard to enjoy life. Depression often interferes with eating and sleeping, working and studying.

 - Persistent sad, anxious or “empty” feelings
 - Feelings of hopelessness
 - Irritability, restlessness, anxiety
 - Feelings of guilt, worthlessness and/or helplessness
 - Loss of interest in activities or hobbies once pleasurable, including sex
 - Fatigue and decreased energy
 - Difficulty concentrating, remembering details and making decisions
 - Insomnia, waking up during the night, or excessive sleeping
 - Overeating, or loss of appetite
 - Thoughts of suicide, suicide attempts
 - Aches or pains, headaches, or digestive problems that don’t ease with treatment

Treatment of Depression
Many people with a depressive illness never seek treatment. But the vast majorities of people suffering with depression, even those with the most severe symptoms, can and do, get better with treatment. The first steps to getting appropriate treatment are to have a thorough physical examination and complete psychological evaluation by a qualified health professional. Once diagnosed, a person with depression can be treated with a number of methods. The most common treatments are medication and psychotherapy.

Effective treatment for depression often includes therapy. Therapy gives you skills, insights and tools to treat depression from a variety of angles. Therapy can also help you work through the root of your depression, helping you understand why you feel a certain way, what your triggers are for depression, and what you can do to stay healthy. Some types of therapy teach practical techniques on how to reframe negative thinking and employ behavioral skills in combating depression.

Two main types of psychotherapies – Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Interpersonal Therapy (IPT) – have been shown to be effective in treating Depression. By teaching new ways of thinking and behaving, CBT helps people change negative styles of thinking and behaving that may contribute to their depression. IPT helps people understand and work through troubled personal relationships that may cause their depression or make it worse.

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Global Detox is considered to be a pioneer in the field of addiction medicine and opiate detox. Global Detox is one of the first treatment company in the United States to become licensed to dispense Suboxone for Detox from opiates. For over 10 years, Global Detox's professional specialty has been in the field of opiate detox. We are the leading authority helping people safely and comfortably detox from opiates. Global Detox is a very talented and compassionate company who loves their work.

Dual Diagnosis | Alcohol | Opiates | Heroin | Oxycontin | Percocet | Vicodin | Benzodiazepines | Ambien & Soma | Cocaine | Depression & Anxiety | Bipolar 

In the course of our Medical Detox Program, the patient is managed through a rapid “tapering off” process. Supervised medication is used to alleviate withdrawal symptoms. This specialized treatment enables patients to be treated comfortably on an outpatient basis for Alcohol Detox, Opiate Detox, or Drug Detox. Our Medical Detox approach is suitable for many addictions, including: prescription medication abuse, cocaine, opiates, stimulants and alcohol.

For our out-of-town patients, initial treatment can be completed in as little as 3-5 days, depending on the abused substance (opiates, cocaine and stimulants). The individual is given a thorough evaluation to determine if he/she would benefit from our Outpatient Detox Program.

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