ORANGE COUNTY DRUG REHAB
WHAT IS DRUG REHAB?
Being Joint Commission accredited, our Orange County drug rehab programs at A Better Life Recovery are fully-encompassing and typically begin with the highest level of medical supervision and ends with a safety net of aftercare and outpatient support. Medically-assisted drug detox allows the addict to safely rid their drug of choice entirely from their bodies in a secure environment that protects them from any possible medical complications that may arise.
During this initial stage of recovery, those who were addicted to drugs are usually in an extremely uncomfortable state. More often than not, when an addict is detoxing, it means that they are experiencing a multitude of withdrawal symptoms that range from physical discomfort to mental and emotional irregularities. Clients are provided a safe and supportive environment during this time that protects them from any possible issues that could arise during their first days in treatment.
After all of the drugs have safely left the body, and the addict has become medically and emotionally stabilized, a comprehensive stay in a residential rehabilitation program will follow. The program consists of therapies such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, and other types of group therapy.
Our Orange County drug rehab residential treatment allows for recovering drug addicts to be kept on a straight path by being placed in a restricted and protected environment in their continuing days of recovery. At the same time, they work through the emotional, mental, and social aspects of their drug addictions. In the beginning stages of our client’s program, the residential treatment allows for constant support and care while working on relapse-prevention strategies.
WHAT DOES A BETTER LIFE RECOVERY DRUG REHAB TREAT FOR?
Drug rehab with A Better Life Recovery consists of a dynamic and thorough design of drug rehabilitation care that was crafted specifically to help those who need to recover from drugs such as:
- Opioids (prescription and non-prescription)
- Synthetic Opioids
- Several other unmentioned substances
HOW LONG WILL I STAY IN DRUG REHAB?
Depending on the length of use and the severity of the addiction, different and specific treatment plans will be prescribed to each client. These treatment plans may include outpatient services and reintegration assistance to secure the ideal future for the client. However, the average inpatient stay is 30-60 days, with outpatient services provided for up to 12 months.
Does My Insurance Cover Drug Rehabilitation?
Our Orange County drug rehab program at A Better Life Recovery accepts most insurance plans. Call today for a free verification of benefits.
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