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New service in Grand Haven offers new help to those addicted

Trinity Health Grand Haven opens a new in-hospital program for people dealing with substance abuse

Trinity Health Grand Haven now offers inpatient medical detoxification to help people overcome withdrawal symptoms from drug and alcohol addictions. Its through a service called New Vision.

Patients are admitted for a hospital stay which usually lasts three days. A patient is stabilized so he or she can safely detox in a medically supervised environment.

Patients are discharged with a follow-up plan in place and are referred to community-based treatment programs to help with recovery and prevent relapse.

The service is for adults who enter the program voluntarily; they do not need a doctor’s referral.

They offer treatment for substances that include opioids such as heroin and OxyContin, methamphetamines, cocaine, prescription medication and alcohol.

New Vision at Trinity Health Grand Haven admits patients five days a week with a licensed physician and accepts most insurance plans.

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