Substance abuse is a surprisingly common problem. In fact, some studies show that as many as 3.8% of American adults have some kind of substance abuse problem. Which means it’s certainly not an uncommon problem.
It’s also not something that most people can conquer on their own.
Substance abuse is a complex problem that often has many underlying causes and triggers. People who abuse substances – and their loved ones – sometimes feel powerless, as though there is nothing that can be done. However, that’s not true.
It is possible to get substance abuse treatment and addiction therapy and to make a permanent change in your life. We’ve been helping people to recover from addiction in our Beverly Hills, California, 90210 facility for many years.
If you or someone you love is struggling with addiction or substance abuse problems, we can help, and we have several programs that are designed and developed to do just that.
Very often, people who have trouble with substance abuse have underlying mental health related triggers and causes for their struggles.
Sometimes, it could be an undiagnosed mental health condition like depression or bipolar disorder, and sometimes, it’s because of past trauma that has not been addressed.
Whatever the cause, if the patient does not receive treatment for both the symptom (substance abuse) and the cause, they are less likely to make a full and successful discovery.
Our dual diagnosis process ensures that our medical professionals can identify any underlying mental health conditions and treat them alongside the addiction therapy. This helps to ensure a much higher substance abuse treatment success rate and gives our patients long term solutions to their problems.
Many of the most successful substance abuse treatments are based on a twelve step program. This kind of program first helps patients to admit they have a problem, then recognize what that problem has done to themselves and those who love them, and then gives them coping strategies to help them avoid relapses once they return to their normal lives.
Twelve step programs can be done as part of other substance abuse treatments, or as standalone addiction therapy programs. Some people can also do this kind of rehabilitation therapy as an outpatient, rather than at our Beverly Hills, California, 90210 facility.
The 12 step substance abuse treatment program may be the most famous, but it’s not the only option.
There are a variety of other treatments and addiction therapy options that might help to break the chains of addiction. At Safe Haven Recovery Center, we know that there’s no one size fits all solution for substance abuse treatment. So, we make sure that every patient is treated as an individual.
Our experienced therapists and addiction recovery specialists create tailored, one of a kind program for each patient we treat. So, they can get all the tools, information and insight they need to deal with their own personal journey to sobriety.
There are many options for substance abuse treatment, but most will usually include some kind of behavioral therapy.
Behavioral therapy is a type of therapy that attempts to change the way people react to triggers that they might encounter in their lives. This helps to identify what triggers their substance abuse, and to give them long term copying methods that they can use when they are out of active addiction therapy.
This kind of addiction therapy is usually used alongside other treatment options, including:
· Medical detoxification
· Inpatient rehab
· Outpatient rehab
Many people will need more than one kind of addiction therapy treatment in order to give them lasting freedom from addiction.
If there is one thing, we have learned from treating many different patients over the years at our Beverly Hills, California, 90210 facilities, it is that every person is different, and every story and journey is unique.
When you contact our team to find out more about our rehab programs, we spend extra time finding out more about those individual issues. This helps us to develop one of a kind treatment plans that help individuals to find lasting freedom from addiction and substance abuse.
So, no matter how long you or your loved one has been struggling, and no matter how hard you think it might be, recovery is always possible. Reach out, talk to us, and let’s find a recovery solution that works.
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