Los Angeles Home Detox

Executive Home Detox provides alcohol home detox and opiate home detox to clients in Los Angeles and the surrounding areas of Orange County, Palm Springs, and Santa Barbara. An alcohol home detox usually requires seven days which includes the medical detoxification and the creation of an individualized aftercare plan. An opiate home detox usually requires seven to ten days. Opiate and opioid substances include Heroin, Oxycodone, Oxycontin, and Hydrocodone (Percocet, Lortabs, Vicodin, Oxy’s, and other substances).
EHD has the capacity to enlist the aid of physicians, therapists, and sober companions that may come to your home to assist in the treatment of the client. Mr. Carrick and his associates have developed professional working relationships with these professionals that will benefit the client seeking a competent and effective home detox.

EHD has a history of and comfort level with clients working in the entertainment, sporting, and high-end business environment and can balance therapeutic interactions with the ongoing needs to manage this lifestyle.

Alcohol detox, Opiate detox, and Benzodiazepine Detox can all be managed in the outpatient setting, the home setting … with the proper supervision. EHD provides the proper supervision for a medical detoxification in the home. EHD uses qualified nurses to supervise the detox process. The expert nurse remains on-site to keep the focus on safety and comfort of the client. A (relatively) comfortable detox results in a more successful outcome and a focus on safety should always be the goal when providing acute care in the home setting.

Los Angeles is the land of milk and honey, celebrities and sports icons, beautiful beaches and beautiful people. Los Angeles is also the land of stress and parties, alcohol and drugs. Dependency on alcohol, opiates, or benzodiazepines require some sort of detoxification. A moderate to severe dependency requires medical oversight. The nurses at EHD work collaboratively with the client’s physician (or an assigned physician) to provide a safe and effective withdrawal from alcohol or drugs.

How Does Home Detox Work?

One qualified nurse remains with the client 24/7 for as long as the outpatient detox requires. The nurse is often a “Certified Addictions Registered Nurse (CARN)”, or a CARN eligible nurse. Expert in the field of addictions and detoxification, the nurse oversees medication administration, medication assessment and evaluation, and medication tapering. This nurse will also initiate early recovery interventions to begin the process of sustaining sobriety.

Experience Matters!

EHD has provided this level of oversight for close to a decade. It is the longest running concierge level, private duty nursing model for addictions in the country. Our nurses are handpicked for their demeanor, knowledge, and professionalism.