MARINA HARBOR DETOX
Compassionate, Individualized, And Patient-Unique Approach To Care
Medical Detox InSan Francisco
A Luxury, and Private Detox
Facility in San Francisco
Marina Harbor Detox is a private, luxury, professional medical detox facility in San Francisco located on Marina Boulevard. Detox is the first process in the journey towards recovery. Going through detox alone is never a good idea. Withdrawal from certain substances can be very dangerous, painful, and in some cases – even fatal.
At Marina Harbor Detox, we utilize the most advanced techniques in order to effectively assist individuals struggling with numerous types of addictions, including alcohol, opiates, benzodiazepines, cocaine, methamphetamines, heroin, kratom, MDMA, and others.
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If the client requires medically supervised or sub-acute detoxification, Marina Harbor’s medical detox in San Francisco, CA offers an individualized, medically monitored alcohol and drug detox that is closely supervised by a team of detoxification specialists.
Our physicians have many decades of experience managing the symptoms of withdrawal and utilize a wide range of safe and effective medications to help manage the physical symptoms.
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Here at Marina Harbor Detox we understand that no two clients are alike. We offer each and every client a unique experience that fits their individual needs when seeking treatment for addiction. Our San Francisco drug and alcohol rehab center provides the perfect escape. Here you can focus on healing the core issues that lead to substance abuse in the first place, in a safe and comfortable environment. Our admissions coordinators are standing by day and night to help you find your personal solution.
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