At Home Detox


At Home Detox combines the medical expertise of inpatient clinics with the compassion and support of licensed addiction counselors

- all in the comfort of your own home.

Detoxing from alcohol and drugs like opiates and benzodiazepines is an uncomfortable and sometimes dangerous process. Heavy or frequent users experience an array of jarring physical and emotional withdrawal symptoms that can range from mild to life threatening. The only way to safely manage the symptoms of withdrawal from alcohol and drugs is a medically supervised detox, with help from qualified physicians and experienced addiction recovery counselors. Physicians monitor patients’ vital signs and manage the symptoms of withdrawal, while addiction counselors help ease the mental and emotional discomfort of early recovery.

A safe medical detox in the comfort of your home


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Until recently, the only option for a safe detox has been a 7-10 day stay at an inpatient detox facility. Unfortunately, with the opioid crisis in the U.S. reaching an all-time high and more people seeking recovery than ever before, inpatient detox clinics have become overwhelmed with patients seeking relief. This influx of

patients has resulted in overcrowding and, in some cases, long wait lists that leave patients prolonging their alcohol and drug use for days or even weeks while they wait to be admitted to detox. Once admitted, patients face cramped quarters shared with other patients, bland hospital food, condescending rules, lack of personal attention, and the general discomfort associated with clinical, hospital-like environments.


At home detox is safe, supervised, and personalized

To provide a safer, more comfortable, more personalized detox experience, Life Assurance Recovery offers At-Home Detox services. At-Home Detox combines the medical expertise of inpatient clinics with the compassion and support of licensed addiction counselors – all in the comfort of your own home. Instead of checking in to a crowded inpatient detox facility, Life Assurance Recovery’s At-Home Detox team comes to you. Patients receive one-on-one attention from licensed physicians and experienced addiction recovery specialists, without all the hassle and discomfort of traditional inpatient detox.


To ensure the safety of our At-Home Detox patients, Life Assurance Recovery has partnered with Dr. David Seitz from Detox at Home NY. With years of trusted experience helping patients conquer withdrawal symptoms and defeat addiction, Dr. Seitz and his team work directly with patients to create a personalized detox treatment plan. Treatment plans are based on factors like drug of choice, frequency and duration of use, and dosage habits. Dr. Seitz and his team personally monitor the patient’s vital signs, prescribing and administering the appropriate medications, treating withdrawal symptoms and ensuring a safer, more comfortable detox process.


While physicians address the physical symptoms of withdrawal, Life Assurance Recovery’s addiction recovery specialists address the mental and emotional side of addiction. We provide judgement-free counseling, support, and guidance throughout the detox process, encouraging patients to develop a recovery plan and focus on long-term recovery after detox. Our certified recovery coaches help patients develop and plan the appropriate level of aftercare once detox is complete, including enrolling in inpatient treatment facilities and intensive outpatient programs, addiction counseling, developing a sober network, and finding the recovery fellowship that’s right for them.

Start your recovery off right with Life Assurance Recovery’s At-Home Detox and receive the highest level of care during the physical and emotional stress of the detox process. Remember: recovery from addiction isn’t easy, and no one should have to recover alone. Life Assurance Recovery is here to help.


Now accepting patients for At-Home Detox services in the greater NYC area.


If you or a loved one is experiencing withdrawal from alcohol or drugs, please seek the help of a medical professional or dial 911. Withdrawal symptoms aren’t just uncomfortable, they can cause serious damage including risk of stroke or even death. If you’re not sure if you’re experiencing withdrawals but have recently stopped using alcohol or drugs in the past 24-48 hours, seek help from a medical professional immediately.