Medically-Monitored Inpatient Detoxification
For 30 years, the Kansas City Community Center has helped people rebuild their lives through alcohol and drug treatment. Now the KCCC is providing even more help and hope with the Medically-Monitored Inpatient Detoxification Program.
This program safely and effectively helps people withdraw from alcohol and/or drugs with the aid of medication and a medical staff. The KCCC’s Medically-Monitored Inpatient Detoxification Program is a cost effective alternative to hospitalization – and the only publicly-funded program of its kind in the Kansas City area.
During the withdrawal period, individuals may experience a number of symptoms, including insomnia, depression, anxiety, irritability, sudden changes in mood and severe cravings for alcohol and/or drugs. There is also the possibility of seizures during the process that can last a number of days and range from mild to very serious.
KCCC’s Medically-Monitored Inpatient Detoxification Program offers the support of dedicated counselors, nurses and a physician to help people get through this physical and emotional process, leading to long-term success in recovery.
Jennifer Lindstrom, Program Manager
Kansas City, Missouri 64108
816-421-6670 x 1356
To learn more about Kansas City Community Center and alcohol or drug abuse, or to get more information about our Kansas City alcohol and drug treatment programs in the metro area, please contact us at 866-242-6670 or send us an e-mail.