Luxury Treatment in Orange County
Treating Substance Abuse
Why Treatment is Needed
Addiction is a disease that has a profound effect on the mind and body. Like many chronic disease processes, addiction will worsen over time without proper treatment, leading to adverse medical and mental health problems.
Many years ago, addiction was viewed as a moral failing or a voluntary decision. Unfortunately, these viewpoints propagated the stigma that still surrounds addiction and addiction treatment today. Fortunately, research and continued treatment success have proven that with proper, evidence-based treatments, recovery from addiction is possible.
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Indah Recovery's Approach to Addiction Therapies
Today there are more than 15 million drug and alcohol treatment facilities in the United States. The state of California has the most per capita of any other state. At Indah Recovery, we strive to set ourselves apart by offering genuinely individualized care that aims to treat the mind, body, and spirit of each client who walks through our doors. We understand that addiction is an individual disease. There is no one size fits all cookie-cutter treatment that can be applied to treat addiction across the board. Consequently, we get to know each of our clients on an individual basis and design an evidence-based addiction treatment program that meets their unique needs.
Our luxury addiction program in Dana Point provides a beautiful atmosphere combined with the support of an expertly trained team of compassionate physicians, licensed counselors, psychologists, and medical staff who are here to help you recover physically and mentally from the grip of addiction. Our unique approach to addiction treatment is what makes our therapies so effective. Luxury treatment centers like Indah Recovery, offer a wide variety of treatment methods and therapies based on individual needs.
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What to Expect at Indah Recovery
Our Unique Addiction Therapies in Orange County
The decision to seek addiction treatment is indeed difficult. However, it is only the first step on what is often a road filled with hard work and commitment.
Detoxification & Withdrawal Management
Detoxification (more commonly known as detox) is the first step in the recovery process. Depending on the severity of one’s addiction (or the substances they are addicted to), the process of detoxifying the body can bring about a wide range of symptoms and side effects. Detox is the process by which the body rids itself of toxins (including drugs and alcohol). When someone who is addicted suddenly stops using or drinking, withdrawal symptoms will often follow in as little as six hours. Again, depending on the severity of the addiction, the addiction’s duration, and the substance used, withdrawal symptoms can range from mild to very serious or even fatal in some cases.
Consequently, medical supervision (medically supervised detox) is always recommended. While detox can be the most unpleasant part of drug and alcohol treatment, it is essential to ensure one begins treatment with a clear mind. Successful detox builds the foundation for the rest of your treatment program.
Residential Inpatient Treatment
Residential treatment programs allow individuals in need of addiction-related treatment to receive twenty-four-hour care designed to meet their specific needs. At residential treatment centers, individuals typically have access to a higher level of care than can be provided through individual, family, or group therapy alone. Inpatient treatment is an immersive experience. Seeking treatment in a residential inpatient treatment setting provides the individual an escape from their current environment as this is likely the root cause of their addiction. Many find that inpatient treatment is very beneficial to their recovery as it removes access to triggers and other issues that lead a person to reach for alcohol or drugs to cope.
Dual Diagnosis Program
Dual diagnosis is a condition where someone struggles with a substance abuse disorder and a mental health disorder. This is also known as having a co-occurring disorder, and these situations require special care and treatment. According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health conducted in 2014, approximately eight million Americans also have a dual diagnosis. For example, research indicates that many people who struggle with a substance abuse disorder also meet the criteria for depression. This co-morbidity (both diagnoses simultaneously) is associated with an increased risk of suicide, social and personal impairments, and other mental health conditions. Substance use is widespread among people who are also struggling with triggering circumstances. Alcohol operates as a depressant to the central nervous system. Therefore, alcohol use while experiencing mental health symptoms tends to trigger depressive symptoms such as sadness, hopelessness, and lethargy. Also, people experiencing depression, anxiety, or post-traumatic stress disorder (among others) often reach for substances such as alcohol or drugs to elevate their spirits or numb themselves to painful triggering emotions. As a result, mental health conditions and substance abuse tend to feed on one another at one condition will often make the other worse. According to some research, approximately one out of every four adults with a mental illness such as depression will also have a substance abuse disorder.
Aftercare Planning & Beyond
The recovery process does not end when a stay at a treatment center ends. Recovery includes transitioning to aftercare services after the formal rehabilitation period of 30, 60- or 90-days ends. Aftercare can provide ongoing support post-rehab designed to help program alumni stay focused on their recovery. Some examples of this type of follow-up care include regular therapy sessions with a counselor, sober living arrangements, and 12-step meetings. Aftercare is an essential element to ongoing sobriety and recovery as it is critical in helping prevent relapse.
Treating the Whole Person
Long-Term Recovery Begins at Indah Recovery in Orange County
Drug and alcohol addiction are diseases that affect a person’s brain and behavior. Chronic addiction without treatment will lead to one’s inability to control substance use. When individuals become addicted, they will continue using despite the harm it causes and the adverse consequences that occur both to themselves and their family or loved ones. Addiction therapy in Dana Point is essential to long-term recovery. Many who forgo addiction treatment cannot defeat their addiction or experience relapse when faced with triggering events. Evidence-based addiction therapies are critical to successful addiction treatment and sobriety. Our highly trained, compassionate team of addiction professionals will help ensure your long-lasting recovery through comprehensive treatment and a customized aftercare plan at Indah Recovery.