Opiate and Alcohol Withdrawal
It’s OK to Ask for Help
Is your life controlled by alcohol or opiates?
The use and abuse of alcohol and/or opiates 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 substances without proper treatment.
However, with stabilization, and an ongoing desire to remain free of the burden of substance use, many individuals can resume and maintain healthy lifestyles.
Get help for chemical dependency.
Providence Holy Family Hospital partners with New Vision™, a successful hospital-based service providing inpatient medical stabilization services to patients withdrawing from alcohol or opiate use. Follow-up and referral services are also provided, in order to begin to address some of the personal, family and employment issues impacted by the disease.
The service provides crisis intervention, assessment, pre-screening, hospital admission and medical stabilization An appropriate discharge plan will be discussed prior to admission to the hospital. New Vision accepts appropriate patients who are experiencing opiate or alcohol withdrawal symptoms.
The average length of stay is three days.
This unique voluntary service will accept appropriate adults, 18 years or older, who need to undergo opiate or alcohol withdrawal.
The multidisciplinary treatment team includes New Vision employees, Holy Family hospitalists, nurses and other hospital staff who work together with the patient to achieve a successful outcome.
Substance abuse and dependency don’t have to be your way of life.
Let today be the first day of your commitment to a New Vision™ for your future.
(800) 939-CARE or (509) 252-6488
Fax: (509) 252-6489