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Beas Detox

Bea's detox is a 10 bed Male facility. 

Spanish/ English program 

7- 10 days of withdrawal management, Medication assistance for comfort during withdrawing from drugs and alcohol.

Fully staffed, Dr. Nurse Counselor, cook, housekeeping. 

24 hours monitoring


Riverside County- Medi-Cal funded program  

Referral process through SU Cares as well as SU Cares referral placement when completed.


Detox, which is the process of clearing the body of toxins, is an important first step in the recovery process. People who have substance abuse problems and are dependent on those may need to go through detox, especially if they are dependent on specific substances. Beyond clearing the body of toxins, detox can also help manage potentially uncomfortable or harmful withdrawal symptoms.

People who are dependent on certain substances may need to go through detox as the first stage of treatment before they continue on to rehab. Drug detox and alcohol detox are meant to manage the acute and possibly dangerous physiological effects that may occur when an individual stops taking drugs or drinking alcohol.



The detox process can be intense but is an important part of recovery. It typically includes the following stages:

  • Evaluation: Patients are assessed to ensure they receive the appropriate care and support as they go through medically supervised detox.


  • Stabilization: Patients may experience withdrawal symptoms as their body clears of toxins. The type and severity of those symptoms depends on the drugs that were used. This stage is meant to keep patients medically stable. Medication may be used, depending on the abused substance, to keep patients comfortable and safe as they detox.

  • Continuing treatment: Patients receive support and care around-the-clock during detox. As they complete the process, they will need to determine their next step in drug or alcohol treatment. Detox is only the first step, and continued treatment, through inpatient or outpatient programs, therapy, etc., is imperative as patients continue to work on their recovery.

For more information...

If you think that you and your child can profit from this program, please contact Ms. Blanca Cervantes at (760) 398-8800 to be assessed and scheduled or you can fill out this form and someone will be in touch with you shortly.


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