End Dependence at Hillcrest Hospital Henryetta is an inpatient medical stabilization service (also known as detoxification) for adults experiencing withdrawal from certain drugs and/or alcohol.
We provide a safe setting with medical supervision to aid in the substance withdrawal process. The typical stay for a patient is three days; at discharge, we assist with next steps and coordinate with long-term recovery facilities (if appropriate). In our 14+ years of experience and over 5,000 patients served, our goal has always remained the same: to provide the best possible care for each individual and help them achieve this first, major step in recovery.
We help patients withdraw from the following substances:
- Opioids (Heroin, OxyContin, etc.)
Evaluation and Admission
Evaluation and admission are both completely voluntary and driven by the patient. When the patient arrives, they typically follow the below process:
- Assessment: Our team gathers a medical history and performs labs/physical tests to determine the best course of treatment.
- Admission: The patient is admitted and receives appropriate care to guide stabilization. The typical stay is three days.
- Discharge: Coordinate next steps for the patient and work with long-term care facilities (if appropriate) and assist in transition.
End Dependence is accepted by Medicare, Medicaid, most insurance plans, and works with several tribal nations on a referral basis. Cash pay options are also available.