Care Treatment Addiction Rehab – Call (657) 300-9850 Immediately!

Call (657) 300-9850 to Find Help Now! For many people, the pain and hopelessness of substance dependency make them feel cornered, and they don’t think they can bear any more suffering. Although it might feel inconceivable, drug dependency can be beaten, and our treatment center has the personnel and experience to assist people in ending the cycle of abuse. It’s been medically confirmed that drug and alcohol dependency is an illness, and must be treated with the exact same medical scrutiny as illnesses like cancer. The trained experts at all our facilities specialize in treatments for drug and alcohol abuse, ensuring that our clients get the best level of care. If you or someone you love is in the Fullerton, CA area, and needs services such as detox, inpatient drug rehab, residential treatment, intensive outpatient) give us a call. Call now to speak with an addiction professional!

What’s Drug Dependency?

Substance use can begin casually, but then the addict discovers that they quickly lose control and need more drugs, more frequently in order to feel good. The unpleasant symptoms of withdrawal only encourage further increases in the amount and frequency of drug use. Drug rehab treats substance abuse, which is the physical or psychological dependence that forms because of the abuse of legal and illegal substances.

  • Physical dependency occurs if continual substance abuse disturbs the way in which nerve cells in the brain signal pleasure, so that the only way to receive pleasure-giving brain signals is to use drugs.
  • Psychological dependency usually takes longer to establish, and longer to treat, and occurs when the user believes that they need the drug to feel happy or normal, and the thought of not having access to the drug causes stress and anxiety.

To deal with addiction successfully and comprehensively, it is very important to address both the physical and psychological dependence on drugs. Addicts need skilled, passionate staff to help stop their suffering. Our treatment programs are so effective because they offer:

  • group and individual counseling
  • healthy physical activities
  • access to the 12-step community
  • a knowledgeable and supportive aftercare team
  • beautiful and affordable living accommodations

We’re more than ready to customize the recovery process for all types of drug addiction, taking into account the addict’s private circumstances. We also offer detoxification and Recovery Addiction intervention for faster recovery. In contrast to other treatment centers, we also utilize various fact-based, constructive, reasonably priced therapies to satisfy the varied needs of all our clients.

What Is Rehabilitation?

In drug rehab, or rehabilitation, a person:

  • withdraws from their drug of abuse
  • takes part in various types of therapy and behavioral changes that help the person understand their dependency issues
  • analyze their excuses for using drugs or alcohol
  • learn to prevent relapses and temptation

At Treatment Rehabilitation Addiction, our team of recovery specialists is responsible for the many different aspects of recovery, including:

  • evaluation
  • medical care
  • therapy
  • education
  • life skills training
  • drug and alcohol testing
  • relapse prevention coaching
  • orientation into self-help and support groups
  • treatment of mental disorders and emotional issues
  • family education and therapy
  • follow-up care

How Care Treatment Addiction Rehab Addresses Substance Abuse

Our residential program is a mix of inpatient and outpatient care, combining round-the-clock supervision with the ultimate goal of integration into society. While living in stunning, comfortable residential accommodations, clients participate in:

  • group and one-on-one counseling
  • behavioral modeling treatment
  • group support meetings every day
  • recreational activities
  • daily trips to the gym
  • other social activities

Call (657) 300-9850 to reach our recovery professionals for more information about rehabilitation locations, the effects of drug use, or substance abuse in general.