Find support at the detox and withdrawal starting line

We’re here for you from the very beginning.

Recovery doesn’t begin on the first day of rehabilitation. With many rehabilitation programs requiring detox and withdrawal to take place elsewhere, we provide a radical new approach to your holistic recovery journey. 


Find support from the beginning by navigating detox and withdrawal alongside our experienced medical and therapeutic teams. From the first stages of detox and withdrawal through to preparation for rehabilitation, we work with you to design your unique program for your unique experience. 

Reducing the risks of harm and supporting your rehabilitation

We’re intimately familiar with how cycles of addiction can keep individuals trapped in shame, guilt and remorse. Our integrated detox and withdrawal pathways provide comprehensive care in early (and often highly vulnerable) stages of rehabilitative support.

By providing evidence-based, empathetic clinical care from the first stage of your rehabilitation journey, we’re equipped to overcome many shame-based blockages that keep people from achieving sobriety.

No matter your story, we’re ready with the life-giving integrated therapeutic pathways you need to experience genuine, transformative healing.

What takes place in a detox and withdrawal program?

Do I need a detox and withdrawal program?

Seeking help for addiction can quickly become overwhelming, feeling like you’re navigating through the land of over-promise, under-deliver. You may not even be sure if a detox and withdrawal program is right for you at this point in your experience.

Let’s assess this together.

Some of the signs of addiction are overt: changes in behaviour, poor performance at work or at school, issues in your personal relationships, engagement in risky behaviours.

Others are covert: taking up secret behaviours related to drug or alcohol consumption, isolating yourself from those you love, choosing defensiveness when asked about your substance use.

The overt signs are more obvious, both to you and to the people in your world. The covert signs? They’re just as important to consider when evaluating whether it’s time to enter into a detox and withdrawal experience.

Ultimately, we find our customers are ready to enter into their personalised detox and withdrawal program at the point where they decide that addiction no longer gets to define them.

What happens next? That’s where we start to work together to build a path to freedom that’s entirely your own.

Our services

When it comes to the collaborative Detox and Withdrawal Programs we shape with each of our customers, there’s nothing we haven’t navigated before.

We welcome clients across the broad spectrum of alcohol and drug addictions, using the tools, expert support and individual frameworks that lead to genuine transformation.

These services include:

  • Alcohol Addiction Detox and Withdrawal
  • Drug Addiction Detox and Withdrawal
  • Drug and Alcohol Addiction Detox and Withdrawal

Program eligibility

If you’re looking for support in your detox and withdrawal journey, simply reach out to our team to learn about pathways available to you. We’re here to provide comprehensive, integrated care to all individuals seeking genuine transformation.

Detoxing by drug type

There’s a reason you’ll never hear us say the phrase ‘our program’. It’s because at Hope in Health, no two programs are the same.

We proactively build a collaborative approach to individual program design in recognition of the unique experiences and circumstances each of our clients are shaped by.

Individualised Detox and Withdrawal Programs offer flexibility and support for the detox impacts of a wide range of drug types. By bringing a specific lens to each of our clients, we draw on the very best of our multidisciplinary team’s capacities to use evidence-based therapies and treatments. Our work meets the highest standards of clinical care at every step of the process.

Alcohol addiction can stem from a host of underlying drivers, life experiences and individual factors. 


Our collaborative approach – partnering clinicians with clients – empowers you to identify and overcome the emotional or circumstantial triggers fuelling your alcohol dependence. 

Illicit drug addiction can lead to a physical dependency, resulting in serious or fatal withdrawal symptoms if they’re improperly managed.

Not so when you’re in our hands. Here, we’re focused on building a unique approach necessary for your individual needs. Find integral frameworks and treatments within a robust support environment as you move through the detox and withdrawal stage of an illicit drug addiction.

Addictions to prescription drugs present new and varying challenges. With a high potential for dependence leading to challenges throughout the detox and withdrawal process, we’re ready to bring you the highest standard of clinical care.

With personalised treatment services, you’ll never be alone as you move to the other side of the prescription drug detox and withdrawal experience.

Signs of withdrawal: What you need to know

Welcome to the starting line. There’s so much light at the end of this tunnel.

There’s no doubt that withdrawal is a uniquely complex process. No two individuals are affected in exactly the same way, with different experiences connected to their preferred substance and the severity of their addiction to date.

Here’s a range of the symptoms of withdrawal you may experience:

  • Nausea/vomiting
  • Sweating/chills
  • Insomnia/sleep disruption
  • Restlessness
  • Anxiety and/or depression
  • Mood swings and increased irritability
  • Muscle aches and pains
  • Fatigue
  • Loss of appetite
  • Tremors or shaking
  • Headaches or migraines
If you or someone you love is experiencing any of these withdrawal symptoms, reach out to our team to find the proactive, professional support you need to reclaim control.

Life after detox

At Hope in Health, detox and withdrawal are the first steps on this clinically-supported journey. We believe that rehabilitation is a process, and we’re here as you put it into practice, step by step.

After you’ve reached the completion of your Detox and Withdrawal Program, we’ll then work together to design a you-centred rehabilitation program. This will be shaped to build the tools and skills you need to take your unique sobriety out of our environment and into the realities of your everyday world.

You’ll find ongoing, proactive support with our tailored aftercare plans. These may include ongoing therapeutic treatments, access to and engagement with support groups, and the provision of other services that will help you to maintain your sobriety.

Recovery doesn’t have an end date. Neither does our relationship with you after the successful completion of your detox and withdrawal journey.

Learn more today

If you’re ready to dip your toes into the water of recovery (or dive right in with all your might), we’re ready to support you.

Reach out to our team to learn more about how we can provide the highest quality of holistic multidisciplinary care for your detox and withdrawal journey. We’re in your corner.

Common Questions

Detoxification is the process of removing substances used in self-medication attempts, such as drugs or alcohol, from the body. This is an essential first step in any rehabilitation journey, allowing the body to remove toxins that are present before deep rehabilitative processes can begin.

At Hope in Health, our safe and effective approach to detox and withdrawal is tailored to the needs of each individual client. Our multidisciplinary team provides grounded, accessible and holistic support in managing the physical and emotional symptoms of withdrawal, prioritising the safety and comfort of each of our clients as we build this integral foundation for lasting recovery.

Your medication needs are integrated within our holistic care methodology across the course of your detox and withdrawal experience. Our multidisciplinary team provides a wide range of applicable therapeutic treatments, ensuring access to necessary medication that may be required to manage individual withdrawal symptoms.

We will carefully monitor your experience, providing medication adjustments as required within a supportive, personalised experience. By managing medication within a holistic and integrated approach to your physical, mental and emotional wellbeing during detoxification, you’ll experience the highest level of intuitive and evidence-based care.

The length of time required for detoxification can vary from individual to individual, depending on factors including the severity of addiction, the substances you’re detoxing from, and your overall health.

At Hope in Health, you’re supported to heal at your pace. That’s why our detox and withdrawal approach is tailored to your needs, not someone else’s. While your detoxification period may vary, our integrated clinical care will provide ongoing, comprehensive support across each day of your early-stage rehabilitation journey.

Our personalised care is tailored for each client’s needs, meaning no two program pricings are the same. Our team works with you to build a treatment plan that’s tailored to your specific needs and budget. We also provide necessary support and guidance to navigate the financial assistance options that may be available to you, including working with insurance providers.

In each stage of our detox and withdrawal programs, you’ll work closely with our clinical team to develop personalised treatment plans tailored to your unique needs. This may include medication management, psychosocial therapies, counselling, alternative therapies, physical therapies and a range of evidence-based treatments designed to equip you for your individual healing and recovery.

By working in this collaborative nature through each stage of your recovery journey, we’re able to provide robust, compassionate care and support that builds a foundation for the long term.

We recognise that not everyone has a regular GP or healthcare provider. This isn’t a barrier to entry when it comes to beginning your rehabilitation journey.

If you don’t have a regular GP, our multidisciplinary team of clinicians will work with you to develop the ongoing healthcare provider relationships that can support you through detoxification, rehabilitation and beyond. Our healthcare provider network is heavily vetted to meet our high standards of compassionate, evidence-based clinical care.


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