Orange County Rehab Center Treatment
Our Addiction Treatment Programs
At Coastline Rehab Center, we specialize in treating a wide spectrum of addictions with programs available for every individual seeking freedom from drug addiction and alcohol dependency. We offer clients innovative therapies, individualized programs, and access to holistic treatment programs that focus on the whole person. We understand your goal is to achieve lasting recovery through our addiction rehab center, and we commit to providing a multi-faceted approach in our residential drug treatment programs.
Addiction treatment should give you the best chance for long-term sobriety, and provide addicts with options for physical, psychological, and medical support that you need to gain control over your substance dependency. There is a great deal of information available on our website, all aimed at helping you sort through your many treatment options so you can make the best choice for your treatment.
There are treatment programs for men or women only, allowing for healing and rehabilitation without the distractions that might otherwise exist. There are programs that cater specifically to teenage drug users and college-age addicts, dealing with the specific pressure and realities of young adults. Drug treatment for pregnant women is specialized as the medical needs and physical requirements for treating two lives can be more complex. As a result of prescription drug abuse, treatment centers for seniors and executives, and medical professionals struggling with addiction have been on the rise. Faith-based recovery, LGBT facilities, and treatment for our veterans are other options when looking for a program that fits your personal requirements.
Inpatient rehab is an onsite, residential treatment program where clients are admitted for intensive treatment. The length of admission depends on several factors, but most patients stay an average of 30 days. Many treatment centers offer clients longer admissions should the severity of the addiction require more than 30 days. It is becoming increasingly more common to stay 60 days, 90 days or more depending on co-occurring health issues.
When a user has previously been in drug rehab centers, the process can be lengthier and require more continuing care following discharge. The complexities that arise as a result of relapse require additional treatment options, and perhaps extended inpatient rehab stays.
Most drug rehab centers offer inpatient family programs which compliment patient treatment, allowing for further counseling and support building events. We believe this is an important part of any inpatient alcohol treatment program as it helps rebuild family ties and trust. For our therapists, it allows a glimpse into family dynamics, providing invaluable insight into dysfunctional relationship issues or dangerous family dynamics that may contribute to client relapse following discharge.
When you are looking for impatient rehab programs, look for licensed residential recovery centers. There is no substitute to the higher level of care, staff, and treatment options. The main goal of any program is to provide a safe environment for clients, provide life skill training, and discover the reason for the substance abuse.
Most Insurances Accepted
Outpatient programs are as the name indicates; addiction rehab and treatment that does not include living onsite. There are several different programs that are considered to be optimal for individuals seeing drug and alcohol treatment without leaving their homes and residing full time. Just as with inpatient treatment, the focus is on intensive counseling aimed to help uncover the psychological and social triggers for the drug use.
Because this program allows for individuals to continue to engage the world while seeking help, it requires a strong drive to succeed. You will need to be disciplined and fully committed to your recovery to enjoy the benefits of outpatient treatment. Depending on the severity of the addiction, and the existence of any co-occurring disorders, outpatient programs may not be enough to adequately address lifestyle issues.
The detoxification process is different for everyone. The process itself is rather straightforward; ridding the body of drugs or alcohol while managing the symptoms that withdrawal can cause. Depending on the type of addiction, and the length of abuse, the detox process can vary. Medications are used to help combat the severity of withdrawal symptoms, as the process can be quite painful.
Often clients come to us after trying to get clean on their own. The reality is that trying to detox alone without medical support can be dangerous. Depending on the type of addiction, quitting cold turkey can cause major medical issues like seizures. Licensed facilities that specialize in drug detoxification can help to prevent these dangerous complications, and give addicts a chance to get clean with medical supervision.
The detox process is three steps. The first is a thorough evaluation of your mental and physical health needs. A team of medical professionals run tests and will consult on the best course of treatment depending on your dependency issues. A complete medical and mental health history is taken, and a long-term plan for treatment is drawn up.
The next step is to stabilize the client as the drugs begin to clear their systems. This may simply be administration of medications to control the severity and length of withdrawal, but it may also include other therapies designed to prevent self-harm during the process. Clients are monitored 24/7 for the duration of detox so complications can be quickly addressed.
Finally, the last stage of detox is preparing clients for intensive inpatient treatment programs. Most choose to continue this course as it offers the best chance of long term recovery. Staying on the right track is vital to success, and addiction recovery is always the main goal.
Most addicts entering a treatment program will admit that emotional issues kept them from seeking help. The second admission was one of fear. As many had already attempted quitting on their own without proper medical intervention, the memory of painful withdrawal was enough to keep them from trying again. Ending drug addiction and dependency is a battle that requires the support of an army of skilled and trained personnel.
While natural detox might be an option for some, most with dependency issues rely on medications to help alleviate symptoms that might cause more harm to the patient. Some common medications used for controlling withdrawal include:
- Opioid and Non-Opioid Agonists
- Other Antagonists
Common Drug Treatment Myths
Being able to decipher between fact and fiction is important when considering drug treatment. There is a great deal of fantastic information on websites promoting addiction rehab, and a good number of lives have been forever redirected as a result. But the other truth is that there are dangerous myths and lies about residential drug treatment programs that keep people just like yourself from seeking and receiving the help you need. The following are a few of the more common myths floating around regarding rehab and drug treatment:
Myth: Addiction Rehab is for the Rich and Famous.
Reality TV and movies that portray treatment programs often sway societal perceptions of drug and alcohol treatment programs. The idea that all treatment centers are based in Hollywood and exist to serve the rich and famous is not truth. There are treatment programs for every age, gender, and position. Addiction is an equal opportunity disease, and it affects men, women, and teenagers across America, from all walks of life. While it is true that luxury rehab centers cater to a certain clientele, most seeking alcohol treatment receive appropriate care at facilities such as our own, Coastline Rehab Center.
Myth: I can beat my addiction alone
Pride and shame can be a detriment to those seeking to ‘cure’ themselves from addiction. While the desire to achieve freedom from substance use can often be a catalyst for true change, the reality of withdrawal, underlying emotional roadblocks, and life pressures can all quickly derail the best of intentions. Having a strong recovery network is vital to your treatment success. Our programs allow you to lean on professionals equipped with knowledge and treatment plans aimed at rebuilding your self-image from the inside out.
Myth: Rehab is Too Expensive
There are treatment centers designed to provide rehabilitation for patients from all walks of life. Some are more expensive that others, this is true. Depending on your insurance, your rehab may be covered completely. Some Orange County rehab centers offer payment plans and will work on costs on a case-by-case basis. At Coastline Rehab Center, we never want money to be an obstacle to recovery.
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