10 GHP / 2018 Private Healthcare Awards , Removing Barriers to Addiction Treatment With Safe in Home Drug and Alcohol Detox Options Kinkaid Private Care is helping reachmore people detox safely from drugs and alcohol in the privacy and comfort of their homes. Kinkaid Private Care is a private healthcare management company that specializes in coordinating safe, at-home medical detox services for individuals with a substance use disorder. Providing in-home detox and withdrawal monitoring, KPC’s highly trained detox team helps manage withdrawal symptoms, providing symptom relief and emotional support in the privacy of the individual’s home. “Kinkaid Private Care provides instant relief for you or your loved one by bringing in a team of highly qualified addiction professionals to treat you privately in the comfort of your home,” states founder Jennifer Bembry, R.N. Drawing from both Western and Eastern medicine, the trained detox nurses can manage withdrawal symptoms using various medications. These medications can minimize the potency of the withdrawal symptoms while reducing drug and alcohol cravings. Holistic therapies provided by the KPC team can further enhance comfort during detox, including IV vitamin therapy, guided meditation, yoga, massage therapy, and acupuncture. For busy executives desiring a discreet in-home detox, KPC offers the flexibility of being able to engage in work-related activities during the detox process. States Bembry, “Kinkaid Private Care provides immediate relief to business executives suffering with an addiction, allowing them to work from home during treatment with complete discretion.” KPC coordinates high quality in- home executive detox services in California, Florida, and New York, providing the first important step in recovery to those who are committed to overcoming addiction. Under the supervision of a board-certified physician, a specialist in addiction treatment, the detox nurses are trained to manage detox and withdrawal for a variety of substances, including alcohol, prescription opiates (Oxycodone, Percocet, and Vicodin) heroin, Suboxone, cocaine, benzodiazepines (Ativan, Valium, Xanax), and methamphetamine, ensuring a safe and successful outcome.