Withdrawal symptoms often arise when individuals stop using an addictive substance, such as alcohol or drugs. Withdrawal symptoms can be distressing and uncomfortable, making it more challenging to stay committed to recovery. At Gateway Foundation, we provide a series of medically supervised withdrawal management protocols to provide the support you need for a safe and successful recovery.
Withdrawal management or WM refers to the supervision of substance withdrawal symptoms. WM is not only concerned with easing physical symptoms, like nausea, sweating or fever. It also includes psychological care for mental distress, such as anxiety and insomnia. Withdrawal management can include medical assistance, psychological care and prolonged therapy to help clients safely address and overcome their symptoms.
Are you or a loved one searching for addiction withdrawal management services in Chicago? Gateway Foundation offers a comprehensive withdrawal management program at our Chicago Kedzie location. Staffed by qualified professionals and licensed addiction counselors, our facility provides a supportive environment for your safe recovery.
We provide a range of services geared toward withdrawal management for addiction, focused on both psychological and physical health.
Every individual will react differently during the withdrawal process. Some patients experience more severe physical symptoms, while others need extra support for their mental health. Our Chicago Kedzie facility creates individualized treatment plans that include access to 24/7 medical care and treatment as needed.
Medication-assisted treatment uses prescription medications on a case-by-case basis to help ease withdrawal symptoms. Patients receive the supervision, guidance and care of medical professionals right here in our facility.
Withdrawal management is a proven strategy to ease alcohol or drug withdrawal symptoms and support patients through every stage of recovery. If you or a loved one is in need of WM for addiction in Chicago, reach out to Gateway Foundation today.