Withdrawal Management (Detox/Daytox)
Withdrawal management services, including detox and daytox services, provide short-term medical supervision and support to individuals who are experiencing withdrawal symptoms associated with their discontinued use of alcohol/other drugs. Medically supervised withdrawal management is important, as there are some serious health risks for clients coming off alcohol/other drugs.
What services do we provide?
Withdrawal Management (Detox) provides medically supervised withdrawal from substances in a safe inpatient environment.
Mobile Withdrawal Management (Daytox) provides medically monitored withdrawal management and group-based support during the day for individuals who have a safe and stable home.
Both withdrawal management services provide:
- Supportive counselling
- Chemical dependency information
- Daily exercise and relaxation sessions
- Referral to other programs and services
Who can access these services?
Individuals who are age 16 years and older.
Find information on Youth Residential Services.
How can I access these services?
Individuals can self-refer by calling 604-587-3755, or can be referred by their advocate/surrogate, family doctor or other health care provider, community agency or social worker, with the individual’s consent. We ask individuals for their BC Services Card (or Care Card), family doctor’s name and current medications list, and can still assist the individual if they do not have this information.