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WHY GO TO REHAB
Going into a drug treatment facility gives you the chance to work with some of the best doctors, physician’s assistants, therapists, counselors, case managers, nurses, and support staff in California.
It’s important to know that not every addiction can be treated the same, and that’s why you want to work with real experts who have extensive experience and expert knowledge in helping patients with all types of prescription drug and illicit drug addictions.
Also, most California rehab centers have doctors and therapists on staff who can assist people who have mental disorders, which can some times be a result or cause of substance abuse. However, these trained professionals can put you through a great dual diagnosis treatment program that can help you overcome your drug addiction and live a better life after you leave rehab.
When visiting a rehabilitation center it’s crucial to your recovery process that you’re in a safe and confidential environment that will help you progress through your journey to a new life.
Privacy is very important at most California treatment centers, which is why they adhere to the strictest standards of privacy and anonymity in compliance with HIPPA ACT and Title 42 code of regulations.
Going to drug addiction treatment facility is about getting better and taking back a life that was once lost. So the cost of attending shouldn’t be the thing that keeps you from treatment. That’s why we offer you the chance to see if your insurance can cover your rehab costs with the help of a short form. We have a staff that can get you a quote of how much treatment will cost you and locate the best and most affordable rehab center near you.
- Blue Cross
- Blue Shield
- Covenant First Care Value
- Director’s Guild
- Group Health Options
- Independent Personal Choulse
- Operations Engineering Trust Union
- UPMC Healthcare Business Advantage
- Prairie Estates
- Priority Health
- Union Pacific Railroad
- United Healthcare
- United Teacher Association
- Value Options
- Western National
We are continuously adding new insurance plans. Call us if your health insurance plan is not on this list.
We realize that people come from all walks of life with unique experiences and different circumstances. That is why we make a point to work with rehab centers in California that can create a customized rehabilitation treatment plan that will increase our clients chances of success after they leave treatment.
Some of the methods used to create a customized treatment plan include:
- On Site Detox
- 12 Step Addiction Treatment
- Non 12 Step Addiction Treatment
- Holistic Therapy
- Dual Diagnosis
- Individualized Treatment Plans
- Individualized Therapy
- CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy)
- Trauma Therapy
- Grief Counseling
- DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy)
- Guided Imagery
- Psycho Education
- Motivational Interviewing
- Equine Therapy
- Group Counseling
To find out if we can locate the right rehab facility for you or your loved one one give us a call today at 888-981-9457. There is no cost and no obligation.
Opiods is the name used to describe prescription drugs used to relieve pain. Drugs in this class include hydrocodone (Vicodin), oxycodone (OxyContin, Percocet), morphine (Kadian, Avinza), codeine, and others. Doctors typically prescribe these medications for pain associated with surgery or serious injuries.
These medications are habit-forming and addictive. If you or someone you know might be abusing painkillers, you need the best treatment available. Call us today at 949-276-2886!
These prescription drugs, also known as sedatives and tranquilizers, treating anxiety and sleep disorders. Some drugs in this class include Benzodiazepines (Valium, Xanax, Halcion, etc.), Non-benzodiazepine sleep medications (Ambien, Lunesta), and Barbiturates (Mebaral, Luminal Sodium, Nembutal). These substances work by slowing brain activity.
Despite their beneficial effects, people can abuse and become addicted to CNS depressants. If you’ve used these medications for longer than your doctor has prescribed, or find it difficult to stop using them, you need treatment. Call us today at 949-276-2886!
Doctors prescribe stimulants to increase alertness, attention, and energy, as well as elevate blood pressure, heart rate, and respiration. They work by enhancing the effects of chemical neurotransmitters in the brain. Popular prescription stimulants include dextroamphetamine (Dexedrine and Adderall) and methylphenidate (Ritalin and Concerta).
Because stimulants create feelings of euphoria, people often abuse and become addicted to these drugs. If you or someone you love needs help with stimulant abuse, call 949-276-2886!
As an illegal substance, marijuana refers to the dried leaves, flowers, stems, and seeds from the Cannabis sativa plant. Its active ingredient is delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which leads to reduced thinking, memory, and learning functions in teens. Long-term use in adults can lead to breathing difficulties, increased heart rate, and child-development problems.
Contrary to popular opinion, marijuana can be addictive. If you or someone you know needs help to quit this drug, call us today at 949-276-2886!
This highly-addictive substance is made from the leaves of the South American coca plant. It is a stimulant that produces short-term euphoria and energy, as well as elevated heart rate and blood pressure. A cocaine high can last anywhere from five to 30 minutes, depending upon how much of the drug is used and how it’s taken.
Cocaine users often binge – take the drug many times during a short period – to sustain its effects. This can lead to addiction. If you or someone you know struggles with cocaine abuse or addiction, call us today at 949-276-2886!
Also called meth, crystal, chalk, and ice, methamphetamine is an extremely addictive stimulant. Whether smoked, snorted, or injected, this drug produces immediate and intense euphoria. It also fades quickly, tempting users to binge.
Long-term meth use leads to anxiety, confusion, and insomnia, as well as violent behavior. Users also can develop various forms of psychosis, such as paranoia and hallucinations. If you or someone you know uses methamphetamine, get help today by calling 949-276-2886!