Crisis stabilization services are emergency interventions that can last up to a maximum of 23 hours. Services include medically monitored stabilization, triage, evaluation, assessment, and transitional services for individuals who have either used a substance within the last five days, or are currently experiencing a substance or co-morbid related crisis.
Our inpatient medical detoxification centers utilize physician-directed protocols (generally three to five days) with nationally recognized Best Practice approaches. These medical protocols are directed by licensed medical practitioners and are supported by our clinical team of registered nurses (RN), behavioral health specialists, peer support specialists, and transition coordinators.
Upon completion of the program, our clinical team develops a comprehensive discharge plan with each individual that takes into account all six dimensions of the American Society of Addiction Medicine in order to maximize successful transition to the next level of care.
CBI’s East Valley, Central City and Arizona Bridge to Recovery (ABR) locations provide emergency crisis intervention that can last up to a 23-hour period. This service provides relief for hospital emergency rooms and emergency psychiatric centers when an individual’s primary issue is related to substances. Individuals receive a brief assessment which, utilizes the first three dimensions of the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) to ensure that they are immediately transitioned to the next appropriate level of care.
CBI Inpatient Medical Detoxification programs insists on a standard of “Detox with Dignity” to reclaim lives, save families, and return productive citizens to the community. Our programs are fully integrated (medical, psychiatric and substance abuse) and designed ensure that patients are clinically triaged, safely detoxified, referred into an existing therapeutic continuum of care.
Inpatient Medical Detoxification programs located at our East Valley, Central City and Arizona Bridge to Recovery facilities and utilize a physician-directed protocol (generally 3 to 5 days) designed to prevent the loss of life that can occur when individuals attempt to withdraw from alcohol or drugs. CBI physicians use medical procedures and protocols nationally recognized as “Best Practice” approaches for medical detoxification. These medical protocols are directed by licensed medical practitioners and supported by our clinical team of registered nurses, medical technicians, peer support specialists and transition coordinators.