Drug Detox West Palm Beach, FL

You deserve sobriety. We want to help to get you there. Future Now Detox in West Palm Beach provides safe and effective detox services for our patients. Our detox program is designed to remove drugs and alcohol from the system of our patients in the healthiest way possible.

We also offer outstanding therapy services to ensure the ongoing success of our patients after their detox is complete. We don’t just want to help you to get sober—we want to help you to stay sober! That’s why Future Now is considered a leading partner in detox in West Palm Beach, Florida. 

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What is Detox?

Detox (detoxification) is the process of the body removing drugs and/or alcohol. While this may sound simple, the process can be challenging and dangerous if done without proper medical care. The withdrawal symptoms of detoxification can range from mild to severe and without proper care, even deadly.

Future Now Detox provides quality medical detox services for our patients. The proven methods we employ are provided by top medical professionals for the most effective detox process possible.

 Note: Always undergo a supervised medical detox at a well-known facility specializing in detox services for your safety.

 If you have any questions about the detoxification process, reach out to Future Now Detox today. We’d be happy to answer any questions you may have.

Drug/Alcohol Detox in West Palm Beach, Florida

Different drugs react differently in your body, and because of this, withdrawal manifests itself in different ways. Below are the most common substances that require medical detox and more information about those substances:


Benzodiazepines (also known as “benzos”) are a type of prescription medication intended to help with panic disorders, epilepsy, seizures, and anxiety. While they can be effective in treating these illnesses, they also can be abused. The death rate associated with benzos has skyrocketed over the years, reaching nearly 10,000 people in 2015. Benzo addiction can also lead to permanent brain damage, chronic pain, sleep issues, and more.

Benzos are extremely difficult for those suffering from addiction to quit on their own. Withdrawal symptoms begin quickly and include nausea, vomiting, sleeplessness, pain, and more. While it is a painful experience, with the help of medical detox, benzo withdrawal can be managed and will end within a few days.


Cocaine is a stimulant that affects the central nervous system. Because of this, it causes the activity in your brain to speed up. Cocaine can cause a host of health issues, with the more serious ones including heart attack, stroke, and seizures. This, in turn, can lead to death.

Cocaine withdrawal can cause serious withdrawal symptoms that include anxiety, irritability, sleeplessness, paranoia, chills, tremors, and more. It’s important to receive medical detox to mitigate these symptoms.


Methamphetamine (“meth”) is a stimulant that is extremely dangerous to use. Many users become addicted after their first use of the drug. Meth is particularly addictive because it is both mentally and physically addictive. Over time, it leads to major changes in the brain and body of the user. This makes it particularly difficult to quit.

To make detoxification easier, the specialists at Future Now use nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (brain restoration plus (BR+). This helps to restore the brains and bodies of our patients. It’s important to undergo medical detox to have access to this form of treatment. It will ensure the process of detox goes smoothly and will help your body to recover.  

Heroin and Opioids 

Heroin is a particularly dangerous drug and is an extremely addictive opiate. While some opioids can be prescribed legally, they can also be abused. Many people suffering from addiction end up turning to heroin when their access to opioids is cut off or they become difficult to find.

Heroin and opioids are extremely hard to quit, and the withdrawals are severe. Some symptoms include fever, hallucinations, nausea, muscle aches, and even the heroin/opioid user feeling like they are going to die. Medical detox is extremely important to manage these symptoms and to ensure adherence.


Methadone is often used for people that are looking to wean off of opioids. With that said, methadone can also create an addiction. Just like other opioids, methadone is both addictive and dangerous. Because of this, it’s important for someone suffering from methadone addiction to seek medical help for their detoxification.

Some of the symptoms of withdrawal include anxiety, sweating, nausea, vomiting, cramps, and more. At Future Now Drug Detox, we provide comprehensive methadone detox and addiction treatment to help our patients to overcome their methadone addiction. 


Oxycodone is an opioid that is often prescribed as a painkiller. Because it is derived from a chemical found in poppies, it is very similar to heroin. Oxycodone addiction is very dangerous, and it killed around 50,000 people in 2015 in America alone. Like other opioids, Oxycodone affects the brain of the person suffering from addiction. This makes it particularly difficult to quit without help. For your safety and to more effectively overcome your physical addiction to Oxycodone or other prescription drugs, contact Future Now Detox to learn more about our medical detox services when coming off of Oxycodone. 


Xanax is used to treat patients with panic disorders and anxiety. While it is legal, many people find themselves addicted to the effects of the drug. This is a difficult addiction to overcome, as those that quit using Xanax after abusing it often feel like they are dying. The intense symptoms may include depression, anxiety, trouble sleeping, nausea, vomiting, sweating, shaking, and more. Medical detox is important for addressing withdrawal symptoms and ensuring hydration. 

Therapies We Offer

At Future Now in West Palm Beach, we believe in not only treating the physical symptoms of withdrawals, but also the root causes of addiction. That is why we provide a variety of different mental health services. These services include:

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Group Therapy
  • Art Therapy
  • Meditation Therapy
  • Mental Health Therapy

We believe in a multifaceted recovery approach. That’s why we offer different forms of therapy to help our patients through not only early recovery but also with their long-term sobriety. The therapeutic methods we offer at our drug rehabilitation program in West Palm Beach are designed to work in tandem to provide our patients with the highest level of support possible.

Future Now also offers a prescription drug rehab program in West Palm Beach. Our approach is holistic and focused on meeting the needs of each patient. Through our program, patients learn skills that help them to overcome cravings, mitigate and tolerate distress, and make lasting changes that encourage long-term sobriety. If you have any questions about the treatments we offer or our rehabilitation program, reach out today! 

About Us, Your Partner in Detox in West Palm Beach, Florida

Future Now Detox is dedicated to helping our patients not only medically detox, but also receive the inpatient care they need to stay off of the drugs they are addicted to for good. We care about the health and success of our patients, and we ensure they are taken care of every step of the way. We pride ourselves on being driven, vigilant, impactful, and fiercely compassionate. 

Our philosophy stems from our belief that addiction is a disease of not only the body, but also the brain, mind, and even the soul. Because of this, we make sure to treat all aspects of drug addiction. With a mix of holistic treatment methods and proven scientific methods, we provide a multifaceted treatment program that many other detoxification centers do not. 

It is our mission at Future Now Detox to provide our patients with a foundation for their recovery, treat each patient as an individual, and break the cycle of addiction in our patients. We want to create lifelong change and long-term sobriety for everyone who enters our doors. We don’t just treat the symptoms of addiction—we treat the core issues that lead to addiction in the first place. 

Contact Future Now Today!

If you are ready to seek help for your addiction, reach out to Future Now drug detox in West Palm Beach today. We are ready to provide you with the care you need to safely detox and start your recovery journey. 

For your safety, do not try to detox on your own! Our team of medical professionals can provide you with the support you need to rid your body of drugs and/or alcohol without putting your health at risk.

If you have any questions about detoxification or the services we provide, reach out today. We’d be happy to answer your questions and begin the admissions process. 

You deserve to be happy, healthy, and sober. Future Now Detox is here to help! 

In Network With Most Insurance

We understand the importance of accessibility and affordability, which is why we have partnered with several insurance companies to better service you. We accept most major insurance providers and private health insurance. Our team is available 24/7 to assist you in navigating your insurance coverage. If you don’t have insurance, we are here to help you understand the options available for you or a loved one.

Take the first step toward recovering from addiction by calling Future Now Detox at (866) 419-3899, or verify your insurance by clicking the button below.

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of every soul we treat. We don’t just want to get you sober. We want to help you
recover in body, mind, and spirit, so you can awaken to a new life.

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