Detoxification Admissions Information

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Admissions Information

Detoxification program Admissions Counselors are available to you seven days a week to answer any questions you may have. Whether you have questions about our detoxification methods, drug withdrawal, facilities, staff, or health insurance coverage, contact us now at

 or fill out our e-mail form below.

100% Confidentiality

Detoxification programs are important not only to you but also to many others. We welcome calls from family, friends, employers, clergy, and health professionals. All information shared is kept completely confidential.

Coming To Novus

Detoxification programs at Novus are designed for you. If you have decided to come to Novus, here are a few things you should know:

Transportation

If you are flying to Novus for your drug detox, your destination is Tampa International Airport. We will pick you up at the airport and drive you to our facility. Our Admissions Counselors will be happy to assist you with airline reservations if needed.

If you are traveling by car, we will provide you with detailed directions to our facility.

Things to Bring

Detoxification programs at Novus don’t require you to be uncomfortable. Our desire is to make your stay at Novus as comfortable as possible, so feel free to bring those things from home that would add to your comfort level. Here are a few things that we suggest:

  • Casual clothing (shorts, t-shirts, sweats, jeans, tennis shoes, flip-flops, etc.)
  • Lap-top computer with wireless card
  • Cell phone and charger
  • Reading material (books, magazines, etc.)
  • Anything that you would like for your room (family pictures, your own pillow, etc.)

There is hope for a new life. Call to speak to one of our experienced & caring detox advisors today!

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