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Heroin Detox Center

Getting off heroin can save your life

The face of heroin abuse has changed. The opioid epidemic has resulted in people turning to heroin as a less expensive, more readily available source to stave off the pain of withdrawal, with thousands now dependent on heroin.

It is possible to go through a safe, effective and comfortable withdrawal from heroin.

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Heroin Addiction Epidemic

According to the Center for Disease Control, the increase of availability and lower prices of heroin have contributed to the increase in heroin use. The result is an epidemic of heroin overdoses without precedent. The rate of overdose deaths from heroin has quadrupled in the last ten years according to the CDC.

Additionally, the face of the heroin abuser has changed, with the greatest increases in use coming in groups that historically have had the least abuse: rates doubling for women and more than doubling for non-Hispanic whites. This includes rates increasing in the privately insured and with higher incomes than in the past.

The Novus Heroin Detox Difference

If you or a loved one are now suffering from heroin use and have despaired of finding an answer to the pain of trying to withdraw on your own call Novus Detox®. Our team has developed the most comfortable, safe and effective medically-assisted heroin withdrawal available that can help give you your life back and enable you to live drug-free.

Call today to discuss how our inpatient heroin detox program can help you or your loved one.


We develop an individualized medical detox program specifically for each of our patients, which means no recovery will look the same. Our delicious food, nutritional IVs and supplements, and specialized detox protocols are all designed to quicken the healing process. We understand that various addictions present a number of issues for the human body, so we create our IVs and diets to fit the needs of specific withdrawal symptoms.

Our process is all about you, which is why we have private and shared rooms available for our residents. Each room is outfitted with a TV, telephone, and access to the internet. We also provide educational classes that will show you how the drug or alcohol of your choice affects your body. We believe that to effectively fight off your withdrawal symptoms, it is important to know what you are fighting against and what to be prepared for.

To learn more about how we can help you,
call (855) 464-8550 today!

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  • Medical & Personal Support with 24/7 Accessibility
  • Enjoy a Therapeutic, Spa-Like Environment
  • Our Programs Combine the Best Medications & Holistic Supplements
  • We Offer Private or Comfortable-Shared Rooms

Success Stories

For a Sustainable Sobriety™
  • Heroin Detox Successes - Student 1 (Heroin)

    It was good—very comfortable and relaxing, unlike any detox I've been to . I made the decision to go to rehab for further treatment. Student (Heroin)

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  • Heroin Detox Successes - Boat Captain (Heroin)

    Can’t think of a thing to better this operation. Each and every Novus employee at some time or another went out of their way to be helpful. I can’t ...

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  • Suboxone Detox Successes - Plumber (Heroin, Suboxone)

    No there’s nothing bad I could say about my stay at Novus. I have no complaints. I liked all the counselors; All Novus personnel were extremely ...

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Blog Articles

For a Sustainable Sobriety™
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    The words of the bluegrass song say a lot about drug addiction: “Everybody wants to go to heaven but nobody wants to die.” For an addicted person, ...

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  • Drug Detox - When Do I Need It Before Drug Rehab?

    Withdrawal from some drugs can be severe. In fact, the symptoms can be so bad that even the idea of going through withdrawal is sometimes enough to ...

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  • Why Have Some Heroin Addicts Lost Hope of Ever Being Drug Free?

    Regardless of how difficult it is, most heroin addicts have one thing in common – they want to get off heroin. It’s not the easiest thing to do: some ...

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