Drug and Alcohol Treatment

Singing River Health Systems aims to break through the cycle of addiction by offering medical stabilization and substance withdrawal management services for patients addicted to drugs and alcohol.

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Inpatient Medical Stabilization with Supervised Drug & Alcohol Withdrawal

Located in Pascagoula Hospital on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, New Vision is an inpatient unit offering medically supervised withdrawal services for adults with drug, alcohol, and other substance abuse-related issues. Patients are usually admitted for a 3 day (72 hour) stay.

We serve patients from Biloxi, Ocean Springs, Moss Point, Pascagoula, Gulfport, and more.

Why Medically Supervised Detox?

Abruptly withdrawing from drugs and alcohol is medically dangerous. Many people are hesitant to go to a hospital for help with their addiction for fear of the symptoms of withdrawal that occur during detoxification.

If you need help withdrawing from drugs and alcohol by experts trained in this kind of stabilization, New Vision can help.

Types of Substances We Treat

We provide a safe medical stabilization setting for those dependent on the following substances:

  • Opioids (Heroin, OxyContin, Percocet)
  • Alcohol
  • Benzodiazepines (Valium, Xanax)
  • Cocaine
  • Combined Substances
  • Prescription Medications

New Vision Services

Patient Pre-Screening

Patients begin a pre-screening process before they are admitted, which includes a full medical history, physical examination, a complete laboratory workup, and a nursing assessment. This process enables the patient to be admitted with a personalized plan for treatment.

Withdrawal Relief

Medical stabilization includes withdrawal relief with 24 hour monitoring by a doctor, nurses, and other care professionals.

Discharge Planning

New Vision includes you in your discharge care plan and prioritizes your follow-up appointment scheduled for you prior to finishing treatment.

Get In Touch

How can we help? Use the form below to contact our team. If you need immediate medical attention, please dial 911 or go to the nearest Emergency Room.