Hope for those with Addiction
DCH Inpatient Medical Stabilization treats patients who suffer from substance abuse addictions while in a safe and confidential environment. Medical Stabilization begins with a short hospital stay while providing evidence based treatment for opiate addiction.
During your stay at DCH, you will receive compassionate care and support, educational materials, and a discharge plan to assure proper support is in place after you leave.
Medical Stabilization is a voluntary, scheduled admission, and patients must meet certain requirements.
The use and abuse of opiates and/or other chemicals can disrupt a person's life in many ways. Loss of job, breakup of marriages and families, loss of self-esteem, and even loss of life can result from the continued abuse of opiates and/or other drugs. However, with proper treatment and an ongoing desire to remain free of substance use, individuals can resume and maintain healthy and productive lifestyles.
- medically supervised hospital stay, typically lasts 3 days
- alleviates acute, intense symptoms of withdrawal during the initial period of detox
- medication assisted treatment
- 24 hour monitoring by hospital staff
- treatment recommendations
- relapse prevention
- referrals to appropriate aftercare programs
DCH Medical Stabilization allows patients to concentrate on their own physical well-being while preparing to begin follow-up treatment and counseling after discharge. Patients will receive daily medical and nursing care that is physician directed.
For more information, please contact the DCH Medical Stabilization Department at 812-532-2646 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SAMHSA’s National Helpline (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration):
1-800-662-HELP (4357) Free, confidential, 24 hour, 365 day a year information service.
National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence Hopeline: 800-622-2255
Narcotics Anonymous: http://www.na.org/
Support Groups for family/friends of addicts: http://www.nar-anon.org/
Alcoholics Anonymous: http://www.aa.org/
Support Groups for family/friends of alcoholics: http://al-anon.org/