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According to the American Society of Addiction Medicine there are five levels of care for detoxification protocols:

Level I-D: Ambulatory Detoxification without Extended Onsite Monitoring consists of the client spending most of the detox time at home, but regularly checking in with the program at scheduled periods. Most individuals will check in daily or every other day. Typically, this is what most would consider as a standard outpatient detox program.

Level II-D: Ambulatory Detoxification with Extended Onsite Monitoring is a program where the person will spend most of the day in a residential program under the observation of staff and will return home each night. There is typically a check-in and checkout time.

Level III. 2-D: Clinically Managed Residential Detoxification is an around-the-clock treatment program in a residential facility with staff members who are not medically trained. Typically, individuals in these programs may have some complications, but they are not expected to have severe medical complications that require close medical monitoring.

Level III. 7-D: Medically Monitored Inpatient Detox is available for individuals who require 24-hour medical monitoring during the detox process. Level IV-D: Medically Managed Intensive Inpatient Detox is the most intensive level of detox where patients with the most complicated cases spend their time in an acute care hospital with intense supervision and monitoring. As clients are stabilized, they can be transferred to a less acute level.