It can feel so challenging when you or a loved one has a problem with alcohol or drug addiction, that you don’t know how to help. Even though addiction is a disease, it can be effectively treated when evidence-based therapies are utilized. Long term recovery is possible.
This page will address how integrating addiction treatment approaches can encourage long-term recovery for yourself or a loved one.
What is Addiction Rehab (Rehabilitation)?
Addiction ‘rehabilitation’ is a broad term that explains the psychotherapeutic and medical treatments that are utilized to help individuals heal their dependencies on illegal, recreational and prescription drugs. Rehab treatments are more successful when they are personalized to your specific needs, and may include inpatient programs, outpatient care, medically-supervised detoxes and relapse prevention programs.
Facts & Statistics about Addiction in Claremont
Prevalence of Substance Use Disorder, by Drug Type
- 2,7578.5%Any Substance
- 1,0683.3%Ilicit Drugs
- 2060.6%Pain Medication
Drug- and Alcohol-Induced Deaths by Age Group, California, 2016
- 18 to 250.5
- 26 to 354.3
- 36 to 6424.2
Drug Use, by Selected Type and Age Group California, 2015 to 2016
- 12 to 17
- 18 to 25
- Misuse of Pain Medications3.5%
What are the treatment options available in Claremont?
An integrated approach is generally the best way to tackle and recover from the root causes of drug addiction and alcohol addiction. Whilst treating the symptoms of addiction is important, you also should learn coping mechanisms to address the issues that lead to your drug or alcohol addiction.
Private Residential Programs near Claremont
Living at an addiction center and having all of your treatments there is called being in a residential rehab program. Its major benefit is that you can receive holistic addiction treatment and support 24-hours a day. If you leave your home and move into a treatment facility, you can remove yourself from vulnerabilities to stressors that may have influenced your decision to abuse drugs or alcohol.
By opting to stay in a controlled environment that is designed to be supportive, you have a better chance of completing your addiction treatment program while reducing the chance of relapse and its potential risks.
If you have co-occurring disorders, dual diagnosis or a strong dependency on drugs or alcohol, an inpatient program is ideally suited to meet your rehabilitation needs. Taking part in a residential treatment program is an effective way to get sober, and maintaining it requires continued focus because addiction recovery is a challenge during the first few months. After you complete your residential rehab program your priority will be on transitioning to greater independence as you consider what you want from your future.
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Sober Living Programs
Support and guidance are key to a sober living program to help you navigate your future plans more effectively. The programs include:
- A house manager to check in with you on a daily basis
- Develop boundaries for your behavior in recovery
- Friendship and support from those who are going through the same process as you.
Outpatient programs are easier to adjust to as you can maintain any work and family obligations and still receive treatments, by attending the rehab facility at your own pace.
Outpatient programs should provide you with:
- Education about substance use disorders
- Therapeutic support and counseling involving group therapy and one-on-one interventions – The duration of an outpatient treatment is customized to your needs and lasts between three months to more than a year.
Detox Only Programs
The need for drug and alcohol detox from your system is the first phase of rehab, because it removes traces of the substance, putting an end to your physical dependence. You typically experience withdrawal symptoms as a natural response to the absence of the substance in your body.
The withdrawal process marks the beginning of the process of rehab, and must be followed up by tackling the main reasons for your addictive behavior, to prevent the same negative cycle of behaviors. Once alcohol or drugs have been removed from your system you may notice some cravings for it, as well as symptoms of withdrawal for an extended period of time. Relapse is less of a concern if you are equipped with the life skills necessary to navigate your path in recovery.
Paying for Private Treatment
If you opt for private options, you can pay with your own funds or claim through your healthcare policy. Many insurance providers will contribute to parts of your rehab treatment, including a drug or alcohol detox, rehab programs, and any on-going support services you may benefit from.
The amount you can claim is based on your policy rules and your provider. Always confirm the amount you can claim on your policy before you enroll in a rehab program. To find out what you could be entitled to, please click on our Verify Your Insurance page.
Clients will have to pay for the cost of rehab if they do not claim from their insurance provider. Some rehab centers may offer payment plans when clients find the costs unaffordable upfront.
State Funded Programs
If you are battling substance use disorder and have limited funds to pay privately for it, you may look for a state-funded addiction treatment program.
By using funds available from Medicaid and federal/state budgets, these programs can subsidize your recovery with:
- An alcohol detox or drug detox that is medically-managed
- Addiction treatments which includes aftercare and support
In order to participate in a state-funded treatment program you need to provide proof that you reside in a low-income household or that you do not have health insurance:
- Proof of where you live
- Proof of your financial situation
- History of your medical records and details around your addiction
- Proof that you reside in the US legally
Click https://www.grants.gov/ to find out more about the application process.
Click on this document to identify contact details of your state agency.
The following state-funded addiction rehab programs are available in Claremont:
RS Recovery Services Inc
415 West Foothill Boulevard, Suite 212, Claremont, CA 91711
Pacifica Recovery Inc
415 West Foothill Boulevard, Suite 210, Claremont, CA 91711
HealthRIGHT 360 Prototypes Womens Center Pomona
845 East Arrow Highway, Pomona, CA 91767
Maintaining Addiction Recovery in Claremont
Leaving a rehab center and returning home can prove challenging for people starting out in recovery. At rehab you were in a professionally supported, safe environment. Your coping skills will be put to the test when you leave rehab, as you may experience some challenges that you still need to learn to deal with. If you had a severe dependency or if you leave rehab without the appropriate social support, you will find long term recovery to be more challenging. Relapse can occur when you don’t have aftercare to support you in your new-found sobriety.
The following AA/NA meetings are available in Claremont:
Claremont Center for Spiritual Living
Open, LGBTQ and Format Varies:
509 South College Avenue, Claremont, CA 91711-5527
Tuesday: 7:00 PM
AA - Claremont Big Book
Big book: 233 Harrison Avenue, Claremont, CA, 91711
Sunday: 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
AA - Womans Meeting
Women: 233 Harrison Avenue, Claremont, CA, 91711
Friday: 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Aftercare & Alumni Programs
Aftercare programs are an extension of rehab once you leave the rehab center. Relapse rates can peak as high as 60%, and because life has its own challenges, extended support is an invaluable service to support your recovery long-term. Once you are close to completing your rehab program, you will discuss the services most beneficial to you long-term, and a relapse prevention program will be created to help you sustain it.
One of the benefits of finishing rehab is joining an alumni community program, where you can liaise with peers and staff as part of a community. This fantastic network allows you access to our social events, which also provides ongoing support and encouragement from other former clients also in recovery. Additionally, you will have the opportunity to support others if you decide to.
Support Groups (Fellowship Meetings)
Support groups continue to be an integral function of long-term recovery because social structures motivate lasting sobriety. The 12-steps are is followed by support groups like Narcotics Anonymous and Alcoholics Anonymous which have a long history in supporting people in recovery by offering group meetings.
When you take part in support groups, you will the opportunity to share your experiences and feel empowered by other members in similar walks of life. By building friendships and staying committed to the programme, those in recovery will feel empowered to take responsibility for their actions and protect those that love them.
Support for Families & Children Affected by Addiction
Each family member is hurt, to different degrees, by addiction issues. All members of the family need help with a household addiction, not only the addicted person. By taking part in family support groups, you will learn to manage stress more efficiently, and be able to provide better to your family member in recovery. Your family will benefit from support groups including:
- Parents of Addicted Loved Ones
- SMART Recovery Family & Friends
- NAMI Family Support Groups
- Families Anonymous