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Treatment Programs Near Huntington Beach, CA

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By: Renaissance Recovery

Medically Reviewed by: Diana Vo, LMFT

Last Updated: 7/1/2021

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Authored By: Joe Gilmore

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The first step towards recovery from alcohol or substance abuse is acknowledging you need help. The next step is choosing a rehab facility with customized addiction treatment programs to restore your health.

Your treatment options are countless. For example, suppose you are grappling with a chronic condition or severe forms of substance use. In that case, your therapist is likely to recommend a residential or an intensive hospitalization program before transitioning to outpatient rehab. Alternatively, you may decide to begin drug treatment at a residential or outpatient rehab center. Structured sober living programs are available at our Huntington Beach rehab center to help you avoid relapse.

Residential Addiction Treatment Programs

There are many ways of achieving recovery from drug abuse. However, the ideal treatment program is one that customizes care based on your unique needs. There is no one-size-fits-all kind of program. Knowing your options can aid you in the decision-making process.

Participants of a residential program stay within the confines of the facility for the entire duration of treatment. It allows you to avoid triggers and temptations outside the facility by offering the right environment for focusing on recovery.

During your stay in the rehab, you will access a wide range of services, including:

It is a form of treatment where you continue to live at home with little disruption to your daily routines. However, OP treatment programs need a lot of self-motivation and commitment to achieve the desired results.

The required regular check-ins for group or individual therapy can conflict with your other commitment. Moreover, if you have a history of relapse, are grappling with a co-occurring disorder, or have a chronic mental disorder, OP can be challenging.

The advantage of OP in addiction recovery is that it allows you to practice the skills you learn immediately. The program is also flexible, allowing you to attend to other responsibilities as you receive treatment.

Types of Outpatient Treatment

Outpatient treatment can be an intensive outpatient program (IOP) or a partial hospitalization program (PHP).

An IOP is an ideal option if you need to reap the benefits of residential treatment and OPs. IOPs require you to meet multiple times every week for counseling. Sessions are more frequent than in ordinary OPs.

Treatments involve a great emphasis on relapse prevention. Regular blood testing ensures you remain sober and encourages you to be more accountable for your recovery. In a PHP, you check in at least once per week at a medical facility for monitoring and care. It focuses on stabilizing individuals with medical requirements regular OPs cannot treat.

Outpatient treatment programs are also remarkable step-down techniques after residential treatment. Rehab facilities often combine them with sober living homes. After detox, severe cravings and painful withdrawal can be overwhelming. Rehab faculties often use medication-assisted treatment to help clients manage cravings and severe withdrawal symptoms.

Talk Therapies

Therapies specialists use in addiction treatment programs vary with their clients’ unique needs and patterns of mental disorders.

Talk therapy options include group and individual counseling sessions such as biofeedback therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), experiential therapy, holistic therapy, motivational enhancement therapy, and psychodynamic therapy.

Start Your Addiction Recovery Journey at Renaissance Recovery

If you or your loved ones are battling substance addiction, many science-based treatment programs can help. Our therapists can help you find the right addiction treatment programs for your unique circumstances. Contact Renaissance Recovery at [Direct] today to learn more about your available treatment options and start the recovery journey.866.330.9449

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Pat C

“I owe my life and my happiness to these people. October 8th, 2019 marked two years of sobriety for me, and prior to finding Renaissance I hadn’t had 24 hours sober in nearly 20 years.”

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Paige R

“They truly cared for me and the other people that I served with! From this group, I have made 8 new brothers and friends for life! We have continued on, after the program, to take care of each other”

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Courtney S

“Great staff who took the time to get to know me. They have a lot of experience in this field and have first hand experience with what I was going through. IOP is outstanding and really built up a ton of great relationships and found this program to be a ‘breath of fresh air’.”

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Diana Vo, LMFT

Diana is an addiction expert and licensed marriage and family therapist who has been in the field of mental health for over 10 years.

Joseph Gilmore

Joseph Gilmore has been in the addiction industry for three years with experience working for facilities all across the country