Drug Rehab

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Drug Addiction Treatment

Each person has different basic requirements when they find themselves faced with the devastatingly negative effects of drug addiction and drug abuse. Addiction is not a life sentence. However, those faced with it need much love, care, and understanding to beat it. That’s where we at United Recovery California come in.

In this article, we discuss the effects of drug addiction (also called substance use disorder), and how we can help treat it and get you, or your loved one suffering from substance abuse, back to a healthy life.

Getting Help for Drug Addiction

For many people battling with drug addiction, the hardest step toward recovery is the very first one: realizing that they have a problem and opting to make a change. If you feel unsure about whether you are ready to begin your recovery process, look for resources and talk to everyone you trust for advice. Being afraid of change is normal, but sticking to harmful habits is not helping you.

If you are addicted to a prescription drug, you could be worried about how you would find a different way to treat your medical condition. This will be resolved when you discuss your current medical situation with your addiction treatment assessor who will work with your GP to find the best solution.

Issues pertaining to drug addiction sometimes include domestic violence, criminal activities, and homelessness. These can be resolved via the secondary stage of treatment – therapy and counseling. With the right attitude towards yourself and life, you will feel more able to find alternatives that are less harmful.

Should you suspect that you or someone you know may have a drug addiction, pose the following questions:

  • Have you observed an ongoing need to use a certain prescription medications, illicit substances or alcohol?

  • Are there any problems that surface because of drug use?

  • Are there constant warnings given about how much you, or the person you know, are using substances.

  • If you have answered yes to any or all of them, then help may be required and you might consider entering drug rehab.

Drug Addictions we Treat

United Recovery CA provides an extensive variety of addiction programs to assist in defeating one’s addiction to many substance abuse. In the case of substance use disorder, we provide rehabilitation for the following substances:

  • Benzodiazepines like Valium or Xanax
  • Stimulants like Cocaine, Ritalin and Amphetamines
  • Cannabis
  • Opioids and opiates such as Heroin, Meth and abused medications

Substance abuse and addiction can lead to many illnesses, don’t hesitate to contact us today to begin your recovery from substance abuse.

How we Treat Drug Addiction & Abuse

Recovering from substance use disorder has proven to be a massive undertaking for those who are working towards a better future. This type of physical addiction often hurdles them from going after their dreams, negatively impacting their health while sending them spiraling towards trouble with the law.

Fortunately, as soon as a person seeks help through private addiction treatment programs, they are greeted with support during the entire treatment process. The initial step towards substance abuse recovery is almost always a drug detoxification, or detox for short.

Sometimes, medication is needed during the process of detoxification. We may use them to calm down withdrawal symptoms, use them as substitutes for opiates or as relievers for mental health conditions such as anxiety and depression, if we find them as co-occurring during the process of detoxification.

Who provides the medications ?

The majority of our professional staff experienced drug abuse in the past, they know personally how it’s like to fight an addiction and to suffer from the withdrawal symptoms.

They tailor the substance abuse treatment programs to your needs to give you the best recovery chances in your drug rehab.

The treatment providers are trained in prescribing detox medication personalized to your needs. To treat addiction, our medical doctor (a specific treatment provider) will analyze your drug abuse problems to create tailor-made treatment programs

Once the detoxification period has been successfully completed, we focus on other treatments, therapy and counseling to help maintaining sobriety. At this stage, finding the underlying causes and helping overcome any previous trauma are essential. Afterwards, we focus on regaining control over life, work and relationships via progressive therapies and behavioral approaches.

Our rehabilitation treatment does not need to be finished when a recovering person has successfully completed and leaves our program. United Recovery CA provides aftercare services such as group counseling, in an effort to increase the chances of maintaining sobriety after rehabilitation.

Residential Drug Treatment Programs

We provide an extensive and interactive rehabilitation program for a variety of addictive substance abuse. In the case of rehabilitation from drug addiction, our program works in a very sophisticated way.

Detox Program

Detoxification is the initial approach to obtaining sobriety for people who struggling with any kind of substance addiction. When a person who has developed an addiction to drugs stops taking their drug, or drugs, of choice, their body will begin manifesting withdrawal symptoms. These vary according to the length of one’s addiction, the doses taken before cessation, the type of drugs used (benzodiazepines, amphetamines etc.) and more.

Our detox program assists in helping the body rid itself of the addictive drug as well as providing the addicted person with support for the length of the process. Medical staff are on-site during the detoxification, and medication is constantly monitored.

Sometimes, medical detoxification may not be needed. This will be discussed during the initial assessment.

Our detox program

Residential Program

As soon as the detoxification process has been completed, we begin with our rehabilitation program. This entails a wide variety of therapies and treatments to assist in suppressing drug use urges and avoiding triggers. In this program, we focus on coping skills which can be applied to everyday situations subsequent to leaving rehab.

This rehabilitation program takes place in either an inpatient or outpatient setting. This is factored by the severity of the drug use and what a doctor has recommended.

Our therapies are varied, so that you, or your loved one, can receive tailored service which can work well for their personal situation. We do not believe in the method of one-size-fits-all. We look at each client and assess their necessities to help them recover from substance abuse.

Residential treatment options

Extended Rehab Program

The extended program is focused on providing continued therapy and counselling, as well as helping our clients build a stable and secure relationship with their professional and family environments.

The program includes inpatient options, but also aftercare and a network of outpatient recovery groups which make part of our Alumni

Extended rehab program

Why Choose United Recovery CA for Drug Rehab?

While providing clients with a beautiful, engaging and safe environment. We work with guests to appropriately adjust their addiction treatment plant. To meet their addiction recovery goals, we offer a wide range of addiction therapy programs including:

  • Residential treatment program

  • Partial hospitalization program (PHP)

  • Qualified treatment providers

  • Several types of therapies (group therapy sessions, cognitive behavioral therapy)

  • Aftercare when treatment has been successfully completed

  • Family support

We have luxurious bedrooms and animal-assisted therapies, as well as various creative areas for your leisure activities to help you recover from your substance use disorder recovery.

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How Long Does Rehab Take?

On average, persons recovering from a drug addiction stay in rehabilitation between 30 to 90 days. Treatment for your substance use disorder that involves detox, therapy, and supportive care is successful for some people, however, treating drug use addiction tends to be a challenging process that may last years. While it may appear desirable to complete the rehabilitation process as swiftly as possible, it has been proven many times that extended stays in rehab lead to a decrease in relapses.

You may consider our extended programs including residential treatment, outpatient treatment, and aftercare programs, sober living, and continued counseling. Having prolonged access to help is essential for those who will go out of rehab to re-join a stressful or unsupportive environment.

We encourage focusing on what is most vital – getting the rehabilitation needed to overcome underlying causes and eventual psychological harm. Addiction is a condition that is highly dependent on our wellbeing, so everything starts and finishes with caring for our health, physical and mental.

Therapies Used to Treat Substance Abuse

Group Sessions

Taking part in our support group can assist by providing social support. In addition, it also helps in developing coping mechanisms, improve motivation, reduce symptoms of depression, as well as improving their psychological health.

Group sessions allow us to find out voice and begin sharing, they are an important part of your substance use treatment. They help us understand our position better, as we manifest thoughts and ideas aloud.

Individual Sessions

Our individual therapy program for substance use disorder makes provision for private sessions with a trained professional, to acquire self-knowledge, insight and a stronger sense of understanding the addiction to a certain drug or drugs. Individual therapy allows people in recovery to express themselves about uncomfortable emotions, thoughts or behaviors without being judged.

Our therapists are dutifully bound not to disclose any information about a client or details of what is shared with them in therapy.

Our Treatment Therapies

Behavioral therapies are very important in the drug rehab program, studies show that 75% of people who followed cognitive behavioral therapy show some betterment.

To create an effective treatment for helping in your recovery, we will pick the best therapies based on your symptoms, medical history, background and specific needs.

See the list of therapies we offer below.

Our Treatment Therapies

We offer a large range of behavioral therapies to help in treating addiction from substance use :

  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) : learn healthy coping skills, inspire, motivate and change old habits.

  • Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) : regulate emotions, communicate positively, cope with stress, improve relationships and build confidence.

  • Trauma therapy : help you come to terms with your past traumatic experience and develop strategies to move past it.

  • Holistic therapy : help with tension, anxiety, depression and stress, promote overall well-being.

  • Family therapy : help rebuild communication, trust and understanding between family members.

  • Nutrition therapy : create positive behavioral and lifestyle changes and continue following them into an outpatient setting.

  • Equine therapy : learn to trust, communicate effectively , reduce anxiety, practice vulnerability, regulate your emotions and gain self-confidence.

  • Yoga therapy : improve mental and physical health, reduce anxiety, depression and stress.

  • Music therapy : manage stress, alleviate pain, enhance memory, help to express your feelings, improve communication.

  • Art therapy : foster self-esteem, enhance social skills, cultivate emotional resilience, reduce and resolve conflicts and distress.

  • Massage therapy : help reduce stress, increase relaxation, lessen pain, improve immune function.

  • Acupuncture therapy : relieve discomfort and pain.

Do You Need Help?

Our team of addiction experts awaits your call. Contact us today to begin your substance use disorder recovery!

Why Choose Inpatient Treatment

Drug addiction (or substance use disorder) is a complex condition that affects not only our bodies but also our minds and everyday life. Our relationships and work can also be affected by the negative sides of drug addiction. Whether it’s a prescription drug abuse or the use of illicit substances, when our life becomes guided by the habit, we need addiction treatment to help us find better coping mechanisms.

This is how rehab helps fight drug addiction – through innovative and proven traditional therapies and methods, our experts at addiction treatment and rehabilitation will help you and your family find better ways to cope with stressors, triggers, and past trauma.

Rediscovering yourself through rehab

When you begin your recovery in our inpatient facility, you will be able to regain control over your life and take the reins from substance use. With this, you will rediscover different aspects of your self – artistic, creative, productive that were hindered by your drug abuse..

Long-term treatment leads to better outcomes

According to our experience, the longer you focus on your substance use disorder recovery, the better the outcomes will be. This is because in most cases we will need to counter years of physical and mental harm which your body has suffered.

Long-Term Recovery from Drug Addiction

According to the National Institute on Drug Use, refraining from drug use is just one factor in a long and multiplexed recovery process.

Because addiction from substance use can affect so many aspects of a person’s life, prolonged treatment should look into the needs of the whole person to be successful. Counselors may select from a list of services that cater to the precise medical, mental, social, occupational, family, and legal needs of their patients to help in their recovery process. Furthermore, when treating prescription drug addiction from pain relievers or drugs such as heroin or fentanyl, medication is often the first line of treatment, this is infused with some form of behavioral therapy or counseling on an ongoing basis. Even after inpatient rehabilitation has ended.

Relapse is often part of recovery. However, for some drugs, it can be very dangerous to go back to your substance, as your body is no longer as tolerant to its effects. Unfortunately, people suffering from an addiction can easily overdose as their bodies have no longer adapted to their previous level of drug exposure. It is, therefore, very important that continued therapy is implemented to avoid the urge of going back to the substance in cases of stress or emotional disbalance.

United Recovery has a track record of not only being able to treat those with drug addiction but also helping them maintain sobriety and abstinence to guard against relapses and overdosing.

Learn More About Our Aftercare Program

Local Addiction Treatment Services in Orange County

Contact the Orange County NA or AA to assist to a meeting to help in recovery from your substance use.

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About Our Drug Rehab Center

United Recovery California is a luxury rehabilitation service which is a comfortable space where recovering from substance abuse issues is realized via proven therapeutic methods and, if necessary, medication. Here, our patients can safely focus on their rehabilitation treatment and therapy as they work towards a new starting point towards long-lasting recovery. Our initial step involves qualified counselors and therapists who work with guests to carefully investigate the underlying issues and behaviors that may have led to addiction.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

How are medications used during drug addiction treatment?

Along with therapeutic treatments, medically assisted treatments have proven to be successful when combined with behavioral treatment that is tailored to a patient’s unique needs. Many recovering persons have been assisted in recovery by implementing this infused approach.

Does my insurance cover drug rehab?

Health insurance plans will most likely cover the cost of treatment for substance addictions and mental health conditions. Contact our team to perform a check.

Do you offer dual diagnosis treatment?

Yes. United Recovery offers dual diagnosis rehabilitation for mental health and substance abuse. Even if a secondary condition (a mental health disorder, a mental illness or any mental health issues) is discovered due treatment, we will reassess the situation and begin treating both. Mental health services are provided jointly with our substance abuse treatment programs.

What happens when I arrive at the treatment center?

Upon arrival you will be assessed to determine the best course of action for your addiction from substance use. This will involve questions related to your history with the substance as well as other underlying factors.

What can I bring to drug rehab?

It is highly recommended that you bring a set of clothes for the duration of your stay. Also, a list of persons you would like us to keep in contact with or in case of an emergency. If you are taking any medication, are receiving ongoing treatment or have needs that relate to going into a specialized medical facility on a regular basis (such as for dialysis), do inform us at first content, so we can discuss your prescriptions.

Can my loved ones visit me during treatment? -

Yes. Staying in contact with your loved ones is often beneficial to the recovery process. This can help and inspire you to carry on with your treatment as well as maintaining sobriety. We also help them learn ways in which to change your environment into a more sober-supportive one. Family therapy sessions will help you all come into terms with any underlying issues and reach a new stage in communicating within the family.

What opioid is the most addictive ?

The most addictive opioids are Fentanyl, Heroin, Hydrocodone, Oxycodone, Meperidine, Codeine and Hydromorphone.

Opioid addiction doesn’t develop after the using the drug once, this can take several weeks or months of substance misuse to develop into an addiction. Know the common signs and symptoms of drug addiction to better help our family, friends or yourself. You might think prescription drugs are less dangerous because they are legal, but the addiction risk is there.

What drug causes the most overdose ?

Synthetic opioids (mainly Fentanyl) are currently the principal cause of drug overdose deaths (Source : CDC).

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