Oxycodone Detox

Oxycodone, commonly referred to by the brand name OxyContin, is a highly addictive prescription drug, often prescribed to manage chronic pain. Dependence can develop quickly and can spiral into a full-blown oxycodone addiction, where the need for the drug overshadows everything else in your life. At Delamere, the first step to Oxycontin rehab is a safe and successful oxycodone detox where we will support you every step of the way.

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Tailored OxyContin detox at Delamere

Unlike many other UK providers, OxyContin detox programmes at Delamere are completely tailored to each guest. We know from experience that everyone’s relationship with addiction is different which is why we do not subscribe to a one-size-fits-all approach to OxyContin addiction detox and rehab. During a stay at Delamere, guests receive a medical assessment by our team of doctors and nurses who will prescribe a course of approved medications to make withdrawal as safe and comfortable as possible.

Medications are administered in regular intervals by our 24-hour on-site nursing team who can react proactively to minimise uncomfortable symptoms. We recognise that entering a detox for oxycodone can be overwhelming and challenging, which is why our treatment plans are not rigid – they are personalised to suit your unique circumstances and recovery pace. Our rural Cheshire location is the ideal environment for guests to take the time out and complete a successful detox from OxyContin.

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“I’ve got a life that’s enjoyable and happy. And I’ve got my friends and my family back.”

Simon, Former Delamere Guest

The benefits of an inpatient detox from oxycodone

It cannot be understated the potential severity of detoxing from oxycodone without the support of a medical professional. Where oxycodone addiction has caused a physical dependency, it is of the utmost importance that medical professionals are consulted prior to withdrawing from the substance as going ‘cold turkey’ can have the severest of medical consequences. Whilst detoxing from OxyContin at home is possible it is not a recommended road to recovery.

Aside from physical problems a home detox from oxycodone may trigger, it is also far more likely to be unsuccessful, resulting in higher rates of relapse. At Delamere, an OxyContin detox is supported by both psychiatrists and medical professionals to assist with the psychological and physical aspects of withdrawal. During an oxycodone detox at our Cheshire clinic, you will receive unparalleled support on a physical, emotional, and psychological level to ensure maximum comfort, safety, and positive outcomes.


“Delamere provides a very soothing place in which people can recover. We’re proud to have a 24-hour medical team on site which means we provide a very tailored, medically managed detox regime. Opiate detox is something we very much specialise in and since we opened in March 2020, we’ve helped nearly 1,000 people recover”

Dr Catherine Carney
Psychiatrist at Delamere

‘Stop’ lays the foundations for the following stages of our rehab programme. Once you have completed your detox, staying stopped and future-proofing your abstinence is the next step. Everything we offer at Delamere aims at effective and lasting outcomes in addiction treatment:

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    Stage 1: Stop

    This phase addresses any physical aspects of your addiction. Our medical team is on hand 24/7 to ensure a safe and effective withdrawal.

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    Stage 2: Start

    During ‘Start’ we help identify the psychological underpinnings of your dependency as you participate in a variety of addiction treatment therapies.

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    Stage 3: Grow

    Our ‘Grow’ phase is the process of integrating the Delamere learning experience into life after treatment.

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    Stage 4: Bloom

    Our ‘Bloom’ phase offers intensive support on a weekly basis for the first three months of recovery once guests return home.

How to encourage a loved one to go to rehab

If you are looking to help a family member, work colleague, or loved one, admit themselves to an addiction rehabilitation centre, we’re here to help. It may be that the person in question is in denial about the extent of their problem, possibly even refusing to acknowledge that there’s a problem – and resisting professional help. At Delamere, we provide family support services and help your loved one confront addiction and denial.

Should it be necessary, we also offer intervention services whereby we take the time to understand what is happening and help prepare and rehearse a formal intervention that will culminate in your loved one entering treatment with us. If you are considering organising an intervention for your loved one, friend, or colleague, contact Delamere today.

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Frequently asked questions about OxyContin detox treatment

How do you manage symptoms during OxyContin detox?

Delamere offers medically managed detoxification. We have a 24-hour nursing team who are supported by a doctor who specialises in addiction treatment and mental health care. This level of resource far outweighs what is available at the majority of UK clinics. Given our medical team, we are able to offer a detox regime that suits you and your body. Medication can be adjusted throughout to ensure a safe and comfortable withdrawal.

How long does a detox from oxycodone last?

An oxycodone detox will be different for each individual. Typically, withdrawal symptoms can subside after roughly 7 days, but this figure depends entirely on the severity of the addiction.

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