Outpatient Detoxification

Outpatient detoxification is a 1 day pharmacological treatment when the patient is prescribed medication to alleviate withdrawal symptoms. The doctor will conduct primary health examination and assess the person’s intoxication level, state of health and possible risks. The doctor will then prescribe outpatient detoxification or recommend the person to seek inpatient detoxification and withdrawal treatment.

Outpatient detoxification is prescribed in cases of low or moderate level of alcohol intoxication (1.0-2.0 promilles of alcohol detected by breath tests) or other psychoactive substances. The service takes up to 1 day.

Detoxification service at RCAD is a paid service only. Service price list is provided in the Paid Services section.

Updated 2019-01-17