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Treatment Centres

Our centres are situated throughout the country offering convenient and secluded retreats for our treatments.

Methadone Detox


Methadone is an opioid or narcotic commonly used as a replacement for heroin and a method of detox. This is generally prescribed and taken daily under the supervision of a counsellor or doctor. The pill form, however, is often available on the street and used illegally and to excess. Although different from the heroin addiction it treats, methadone has similar effects since it targets the brain's same receptors.

Methadone Detox is the initial vital stage of an addict's recovery process. Our recommended centres can help users safely and comfortably go through the methadone detox process. They will provide constant medical monitoring as the body detoxifies from the drug.

There are many symptoms to the withdrawal from this drug, they include, but are not limited to excessive perspiration, high fever, abdominal cramps, nausea, tremors, irritability and uncontrollable yawning.

Detoxing from methadone is considered to be more complicated than a sudden detox from heroin, which is why methadone detox is advised to be done under the supervision of a doctor in the form of medically managed reduction. The rate at which it is decreased is dependent on the reaction of each individual.

Tailored Rehab will assess the condition of the user and ascertain which requirements are needed in order to refer them to the most appropriate treatment centre for a detox.

It is important to us that the client continues to make progress after completing a methadone detox. As this can be a particularly vulnerable time for the client they will almost certainly require some help to stay free from drugs. We therefore also refer and recommend rehabilitation clinics which offer a personalised treatment most suitable for the next step of recovery. All of our recommended centres can take the client safely and comfortably through the methadone detox process.

To detox from methadone abuse is considered to be more difficult than a sudden detox from heroin, which is why methadone rehabilitation is advisably controlled by a doctor in the form of medically managed reduction. The rate at which it is decreased is dependent on the reaction of the individual.

Methadone addiction treatment in hospitals or drug rehab facilities is favourable in most situations offering private tailored, comfortable and secure detox and maintenance treatment. The Referral Network can assess the individual circumstances and refer a user to the most appropriate treatment centre.