A NEW BEGINNING FOR LIFE-LONG RECOVERY
A NEW BEGINNING FOR LIFE-LONG RECOVERY
OUR CUTTING-EDGE TREATMENT APPROACH
Our overarching treatment approach is always evolving as we continue learning more about the most effective, successful modalities to treat drug and alcohol addiction, as well as dual diagnosis. What we have learned is the program that works for one person, will not work for another. Treatment programs of today do not fit into the one-size-fits-all box of the past. Our programs are developed to treat each person, individually and holistically.
Every day new addiction treatment discoveries are made, and we are on the forefront of these advancements, making sure our clinicians, physicians, and counselors are delivering the very latest, evidence-based treatment modalities. Research has identified that individual, personalized treatment programs are essential for lasting recovery and life-long sobriety.
EVIDENCE-BASED TREATMENT PROGRAMS
Medical detoxification, also known as medically-managed withdrawal, is most often the first step when seeking treatment for drug and alcohol addiction. This is the process that cleanses your body of drugs and/or alcohol. However, stopping drug or alcohol use cold turkey can pose acute and dangerous physiological effects.
Symptoms of withdrawal from alcohol and drug addiction may include:
- Nausea & Vomiting
- Anxiety & Depression
- Confusion & Disorientation
- Panic Attacks
- Muscle Aches, Bone & Joint Pain
Managing these symptoms is a critical initial step in the rehabilitation journey. Without professional help, almost everyone has difficulty controlling the uncomfortable physical and emotional pain of withdrawal, leading to a high rate of relapse. Our experienced physicians medically manage the detoxification process to reduce the negative impacts of withdrawal keeping our patients as comfortable as possible. That said, we work with each patient to determine which medications work best for their situation, the drugs in their system and the extent of their abusive behavior.
The medicines we administer and monitor can help to relieve withdrawal symptoms from opioids, benzodiazepines, barbiturates, sedatives, and alcohol. Research has proven detoxification alone fails to address the possible social and behavioral problems that may be associated with or the underlying reason the addictive behavior exists. After a resident completes detoxification, they move into either our Residential Inpatient or Partial Hospitalization Program.
At all of our campuses, we offer inpatient residential treatment in a safe, structured environment where you can recover with minimal exposure to negative distractions and influences. Our programs are tailored to meet the unique recovery needs of you or your loved one suffering from substance abuse. The most significant advantage of our residential inpatient rehab is the ability to incorporate some or all of the treatment programs available in your personalized treatment plan and all under one roof.
What’s more, our inpatient treatments offer many unique opportunities for residents to explore both the psychological issues and medical problems surrounding their drug abuse. Finding a supportive and compassionate residential rehab treatment facility that caters to your individual needs, like ours, is key to achieving sobriety and prevent relapse episodes. Learn more.
The Partial Hospitalization Program at our Dana Point Rehab Campus and Tucson Rehab campus provides a high level of care which usually follows a Residential Inpatient Treatment Program. Our comprehensive Partial Hospitalization Program helps people with alcohol and drug abuse disorders, dual diagnosis and mental health disorders, including a history of post-traumatic stress. Most of our PHP patients have completed our Medical Detox and Residential Inpatient programs before transitioning to PHP.
This is a crucial moment in the overall recovery process and often highlights the halfway point of a long-term treatment journey. At this point in your recovery, your body is completely clean and free from alcohol and/or drugs. Also, if you have uncovered any co-occurring mental health issues, you’ve started the process of understanding how they affect your addiction and the vital role they play in your sobriety. This exciting step in your individual recovery process gives you the freedom to go out into the world and apply the life skills and strategies discussed in group and individual therapy sessions. However, you still have a safe and familiar place to land, decompress, and share your experiences on a consistent basis. Learn more.