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Yale New Haven Hospital Inpatient Detox
New Haven, CT - 06510
About Yale New Haven Hospital Inpatient Detox
The Yale New Haven hospital offers a crisis intervention alcohol and drug detox inpatient program. You must go directly to the emergency room at Yale New Haven.
Fees are set by the hospital, but Medicaid and Medicare can pay for your services along with private insurance.
Full description: Dual Diagnosis and Detox Inpatient program provides brief treatment and detoxification from substances for adults ages 18 and older who require comprehensive psychiatric/addiction evaluation and stabilization for their psychiatric symptoms and substance abuse. An inpatient detoxification is provided for adults with primary substance abuse disorders.
Full list of services provided by hospital: Inpatient Alcohol Detoxification, Inpatient Alcohol Detoxification for Dual Diagnosis, Inpatient Alcohol Detoxification for Pregnant Women, Inpatient Drug Detoxification, Inpatient Drug Detoxification for Dual Diagnosis, Inpatient Drug Detoxification for Pregnant Women
Anonymous - Aug 14, 2018
Hi. I saw online that you offer a free detox program. Is this true? If not do you accept Medicare and Medicaid? My brother-in-law is a dysfunctional alcoholic who recently received a DUI. He is 67 years old and had tried many times in the past to maintain sobriety without medical intervention but had not been successful. Does your inpatient detox/substance abuse program also address co-morbid conditions such as MDD & PTSD? How long typically does the inpatient intensive program/detox last? Also, does one go from Intensive inpatient and step down to Intensive Outpatient? Does your program work with and make referrals to sober houses or extended inpatient residential programs? Please call me at 617-320-1642? Thank you very much for your help.