Drug & Alcohol Rehab
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If you or a loved one is struggling with drug or alcohol dependence, it may seem like everything is hopeless and finding it difficult to know where to start. You can treat dependence although it is a disease, and long term recovery is possible through professional rehab intervention programs.

Learn about how addiction recovery can be achieved if you or someone you love can apply an holistic addiction treatment approach.

What is Addiction Rehab (Rehabilitation)?

Addiction ‘rehab’ is the process of medical care and counseling to tackle your dependence on drugs including illegal drugs, prescription drugs and alcohol. There is no ‘one size fits all’ approach to treatment because it should be unique to your requirements and may include medical detox, residential and outpatient support, and long-term relapse prevention programs.

Facts & Statistics about Addiction in Glendora

Prevalence of Substance Use Disorder, by Drug Type

POPULATION
(IN THOUSANDS)
    • 2,7578.5%Any Substance
    • 2,0886.4%Alcohol
    • 1,0683.3%Ilicit Drugs
    • 2060.6%Pain Medication

Drug- and Alcohol-Induced Deaths by Age Group, California, 2016

Per 100,000 Population
  • Alcohol-Induced
  • Drug-Induced
    • 18 to 250.5
    • 9.6
    • 26 to 354.3
    • 13.9
    • 36 to 6424.2
    • 22.9
    • 65+23.7
    • 9.4

Drug Use, by Selected Type and Age Group California, 2015 to 2016

  • 12 to 17
  • 18 to 25
  • 26+
    • Marijuana*13.2%
    • 34.0%
    • 13.5%
    • Misuse of Pain Medications3.5%
    • 8.0%
    • 4.3%
    • Cocaine0.8%
    • 7.2%
    • 1.8%
    • Heroin0%
    • 0.4%
    • 0.2%

What are the treatment options available in Glendora?

A consolidated treatment approach is the most successful way to identify & tackle the root causes of drug or alcohol addictions. Symptoms of addiction should be treated but gaining new life skills encourages you to face the issues that started your drug or alcohol addiction.

Private Residential Programs in Glendora, CA

If you stay at the center where you are receiving addiction treatment, you are in a residential program. Its major benefit is that you can receive holistic addiction treatment and support day by day.

There is great value in removing yourself from the home environment and becoming fully focused in the treatment program, because you are not sensitive to the triggering environments that may have caused you to use substances. By opting to stay in a controlled and supportive environment, you have a higher chance of successfully completing your rehab program while avoiding relapse and its associated pitfalls. If you struggle with co-occurring disorders, dual diagnosis or a strong dependency on drugs or alcohol, an inpatient program is better suited to meet your rehab needs.

Taking part in a residential treatment program is an effective way to get sober, and maintaining it will require ongoing focus because maintaining recovery is difficult during the first year. Once your residential program is finished you will learn how to be independent and your focus will be on your new life and the things you want to achieve from it.

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Sober Living Programs

Sober living programs are designed with the necessary guidance to help those recovering from addiction get what they need from life. They support you through:

  1. A house manager to check in on you every day
  2. Working on boundaries for acceptable behavior in recovery
  3. Receiving support and companionship from other people in recovery who share similar challenges

Outpatient Programs

The flexible approach to outpatient programs means that you do not have to stop work or participating in family commitments, as you can attend the treatment center and undergo weekly treatments at your own pace.

Outpatient programs usually provide you with:

  1. Education around substance abuse
  2. Counseling services and therapy by facilitating group support or individual sessions – The minimum duration of outpatient treatment is 3/4 months and may last longer than a year, this is based on your individual requirements.

Detox Only Programs

Most clients require a medical detox to commence drug or alcohol rehabilitation, because it deals with physical dependencies on substances by removing it from your body. You typically undergo withdrawal symptoms as a normal response to the absence of the substance in your system.

Once you tackle the difficult phase of physical withdrawal you will continue on your recovery journey, working to heal from the underlying causes of psychological dependency to break the cycle of drug addiction or alcoholism. Many drugs drive withdrawal and cravings for a few weeks after they have been cleared from your system. In rehab therapy you will master the coping skills for long-term recovery, so that you can limit the possibilities of relapse in the future.

Paying for Private Treatment

If you wish to commit to private rehab, you will need to fund it yourself or start a claim through your healthcare policy. Many private insurance providers will contribute to some of the costs associated with a rehab program, which could help with a medical detox, therapy program and aftercare to support you in the early phase of recovery.

The amount you can claim is set by your provider and the details of your policy agreement. We advise finding out how much cover you have before enrolling in a program. By visiting our Verify Your Insurance page, you can find out what cover you are able to claim.

If you prefer not to claim against your private health insurance, you must pay for your treatment program directly. Many treatment centers provide payment plans to clients when costs are unaffordable.

State Funded Programs

State-funded rehabilitation programs are designed for people who struggle with alcoholism or substance dependencies and who may not be in a situation to fund private treatment.

These programs utilize government funds from state budgets, Medicaid and federal government to provide addiction recovery and may include:

  1. Medically-assisted detoxes
  2. Treatment programs and aftercare support

State-funded treatment programs are available to people who have no private health insurance or who live in low income households. During the application process you will be asked for:

  1. Where you live
  2. The amount you earn
  3. Evidence about your drug or alcohol addiction
  4. Living in the US by legal means

Further information about the application process can be found on https://www.grants.gov/

You can also download this file to contact your state agency.

The following state-funded addiction rehab programs are available in Glendora:

Maintaining Addiction Recovery in Glendora

When you leave and complete your treatment programme, you may notice some difficulties adjusting to life without substances. You had the benefits of professional support in a controlled environment at the rehab center. After leaving the rehab center you may encounter unanticipated challenges that you are not prepared for. Long term sobriety is more difficult to maintain when you have had a severe dependency and do not have social support when you leave rehab. Relapse can happen if you don’t have the appropriate aftercare or support to guide you into your new future.

The following AA/NA meetings are available in Glendora:

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    AA Meeting: Logan Park Group – North Highlands


    AA Big Book Meeting, Open, Speaker Meeting and Wheelchair Access:
    4141 Palm Ave. Sacramento, CA 95842
    Wednesday: 6:30 PM
    https://aasandiego.org/

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    AA - As Bill Sees It Glendora


    Closed: 1700 Palopinto Avenue, Glendora, CA, 91740
    Monday: 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm
    https://alcoholicsanonymous.com/

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    AA - Bean Bag Participation


    Open: 1700 Palopinto Avenue, Glendora, CA, 91740
    Tuesday: 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm
    https://alcoholicsanonymous.com/

Aftercare & Alumni Programs

By participating in an aftercare program you get extended rehab support when you go home. Because life doesn’t always work out how we want it to, and 60% of people may relapse on finishing treatment, staying active in an aftercare program is needed support for long-term sobriety.

When you near the finish line of your rehab program, counselors will work with you to identify therapies and services that will help support long-term recovery, and we will create an aftercare program to protect you.

Alumni programs are a great bonus to completing treatment and allows you community support with former clients and staff members. With this network, you will have access to fun events and receive encouragement and advice from other former clients who are in recovery as well. This gives you an ideal opportunity to reciprocate and offer encouragement to other individuals in recovery.

Support Groups (Fellowship Meetings)

Support groups continue to be an integral component of long-term recovery because social responsibilities enable sobriety. Addiction support groups like AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) and NA (Narcotics Anonymous) offer ongoing support with the help of the 12 step principles and regular meetings. When you go to support group meetings, you will have the ability to share your experiences and feel empowered by other individuals who are also in recovery. Many people in recovery attend local meetings to assist them in their recovery journey. Support groups provide them with the important tools to stay away from substances, allowing them to be accountable for their own journey in recovery.

Support for Families & Children Affected by Addiction

Some people in an addicted household are damaged more than others. Help and support is just as important for the family members as it is for the individual with the addiction. By joining family support groups, you can manage stressful situations more efficiently, and be able to support your family member in recovery. Some useful support groups for families and children affected by addiction include:

  • NAMI Family Support Groups
  • Al-Anon
  • Families Anonymous
  • Alateen
  • Nar-Anon
  • Parents of Addicted Loved Ones
  • SMART Recovery Family & Friends

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