Nola Detox and Recovery Center
Feel better faster. Louisiana’s Premier Addiction Treatment Program.
NOLA Detox Team is committed to bringing a world-class recovery option to New Orleans with medication-assisted treatment, a comforting atmosphere, and true Southern hospitality.
Our goal is to provide unbeatable hospitality and medical intervention while maintaining respect and dignity. Our team uses medication-assisted treatment to make detox and stabilization more comfortable for our patients.
Our founders come from entertainment and hospitality backgrounds and have personal experiences with addiction. Not only do they understand the level of care necessary in critical moments, but they are also experienced in providing the comforts of a nice hotel. Every night, we finish the evening with hot cookies and milk which are baked and served by our caring staff.
NOLA Detox uses the food, music, people and culture of the city to engage our patients. We instill fundamental New Orleans culture into our treatment to teach patients how to enjoy life in recovery.
NOLA Detox and Recovery Center aims to create a world in which the path to recovery can be accessed by all and individuals can fully participate in the health and happiness that life has to offer.
NOLA Detox and Recovery Center is committed to putting our patients first. We offer a best-in class approach to addiction treatment to anyone seeking a path to recovery.
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