Evidence-Based Program Assists Patients through First Days of Withdrawal
BreakThru is a substance use service located within Southwest General Health
Center. Clients who have problems with drugs or alcohol are medically
stabilized and managed on a medical/surgical unit, just like any other
patient recovering from surgery or other medical conditions, preserving
dignity and confidentiality.
Using a multidisciplinary team approach, withdrawal symptoms and medical
comorbidities are medically managed throughout the withdrawal period,
ensuring safe and effective medical outcomes.
We offer an innovative medical collaboration between the hospital and community
referral partners so that we can establish a personalized aftercare discharge
plan. Clients are then followed for one year to determine recovery outcomes.
BreakThru is devoted to focusing on integrity and quality to create a healthier
and better life for those impacted by substance use and/or abuse.
- Provide a safe withdrawal
- Reduce immediate withdrawal symptoms
- Prevent complications
- Provide withdrawal management, which preserves the patient’s dignity
- Establish the immediate aftercare discharge plan
- Measure patient outcomes
BreakThru Path to Recovery
- Safe, comfortable, private and confidential hospital stay on a medical/surgical
unit, just like any other patient recovering from surgery or other medical
- Provide the safest environment for withdrawal from alcohol and/or drugs.
- Medications administered based on each individual’s substance of
choice and medical history to promote comfort, prevent complications and
alleviate pain using evidence-based treatment.
- Exceptional 24-hour care administered by highly skilled doctors and nurses
with a lower nurse-to-patient ratio than other treatment facilities.
- An immediate aftercare discharge plan for each patient is established in
the continuum of care for successful remission or recovery.
- BreakThru staff will follow up with all patients at one-, three-, six-
and twelve-month intervals to determine level of remission, sobriety and
engagement in treatment to measure patient outcomes.
Call today for a complimentary screening.
(440) 816-HOPE (4673)
Covered by most major health care insurances, Medicaid and Medicare. Cash
pay option is available.