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New Vision Drug and Alcohol Withdrawal Treatment

Break through the cycle of addiction.

Drug and alcohol addiction is a significant burden for individuals and families alike, as well as for society as a whole. Unfortunately, far too many people are hesitant to go to the hospital for help because they fear the symptoms of withdrawal during detoxification. Additionally, abruptly ceasing alcohol or drug use can be dangerous.

New Vision™ at Capital Region Medical Center offers an inpatient medical stabilization service for adults with drug, alcohol or related health issues.

Medical Stabilization

The service accepts appropriate adults, who are active or impending withdrawal from certain drugs. The treatment consists of a medically supervised hospital stay for inpatient stabilization that typically lasts 3 days. The inpatient stay includes the following aspects:

  • Prescreening
  • Assessment
  • Admission
  • Medical Stabilization
  • Appropriate Discharge Planning

Types of Substances New Vision™ Can Treat

New Vision™ is able to provide a safe medical stabilization setting for those dependent on:

  • Alcohol
  • Benzodiazepines (Valium, Xanax)
  • Opioids (Heroin, OxyContin)
  • Cocaine
  • Combined Substances
  • Prescription Medications

Treatment Team

New Vision™ at Capital Region Medical Center offers patients a fully qualified treatment team:

  • On-site intake coordinator
  • Attending physician
  • Nursing personnel

The Medical Treatment Team will utilize a multidisciplinary team approach to ensure that each person receives the attention necessary for safe medical stabilization in the hospital.

What to Expect

Upon admission to the hospital for medical stabilization, assessment of the patient’s fundamental needs are conducted. These assessments include a medical history, physical, a complete laboratory workup and a nursing assessment. This pre-screening process will enable the patient to be admitted alongside a personalized plan for treatment.

Patients who are under the influence of chemical substances, and are considered medically unstable, will be closely observed and stabilized. The hospital accepts appropriate patients who are experiencing incapacitation due to substance use and/or abuse, or are experiencing acute withdrawal symptoms from cessation of use of certain substances, in conjunction with other related health issues.

The diagnosis of need for inpatient admission can only be made by a licensed physician. The service accepts most insurance plans.

SpecialCare Hospital Management Corporation administers New Vision for the hospital, and has a financial interest in this service.