Adult Detox Recovery Program
The Adult Detox Recovery Program at Baptist Health Corbin's Trillium Center is designed to help adults complete the first step in their recovery, which is detox.
We recognize that addiction to alcohol and/or drugs is a disease that affects not only our patients, but their families as well. Our Adult Detox Recovery Program criteria includes:
- Medically necessary detox-only admissions for patients who are in danger of harm from alcohol or nerve medicine withdrawal
- Abstinence based 12 step therapy
- Individual and group counseling
- Family education
- Not used: narcotic/opiate medication (including Subutex/Suboxone)
Pregnant patients are not eligible for detox admission
People who will benefit most from our detox programs are those with a commitment to working toward abstinence from mood-altering substances and making healthy choices in their lives.
Only admissions considered emergency and necessary to keep the patient from harmful effects of withdrawal of alcohol and nerve medicines are considered. Patients must have measurable withdrawal symptoms and must be assessed to be a medical emergency. Narcotic addiction is not usually assessed as an emergency or having harmful withdrawal effects. However, narcotic addiction complicated by other medical problems may be considered for admission.
Admissions are only emergent and are facilitated through the Emergency Department or direct Physician admission. Patients who wish to detox, but are not emergency status are recommended to contact the Help Line for referral to non-hospital addiction treatment services (1-800-395-4435 or 606-523-5900).
Once a patient is admitted to the program, he/she receives assessments from a variety of disciplines. An individualized treatment plan is developed to address specific needs. The multidisciplinary team of professionals treating each patient includes a psychiatrist, nurse and masters level therapist. The usual length of stay is three days with the patient committed to moving onto the next level of care for sobriety.
If you feel you are in danger of harming yourself, please go the the nearest emergency room, call 911 or call the National Suicide Prevention Line at 1-800-SUICIDE (784-2433).
We are committed to providing quality, confidential treatment to individuals with substance abuse disorders. If you have questions about the Trillium Center, please call us at 1-800-395-4435 or (606) 523-5900.