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Substance Use Disorder Treatment

a man looking at himself in the mirror dealing with substance use disorderPhoenix Rising offers substance use disorder treatment for both alcohol and drug addiction. We combine evidence-based and holistic treatment to provide comprehensive care through every stage of recovery. Regardless of how severe your addiction is, we can work with you to help you get off of drugs or alcohol for good.

You can choose both inpatient and outpatient services depending on the level of treatment you need. In addition, we also offer detox as the first step to recovery and aftercare to help you avoid a relapse. To find out more about our substance use disorder treatment center in California, contact us today.

Detox: Your First Step in Recovery

When you decide to get help for addiction, detox is the first step in your recovery. During detox, your body begins to heal, as it cleans out the substance. You may experience a wide range of mild to severe withdrawal symptoms. As such, it is important to receive professional care instead of attempting to detox on your own.

During your detox, a therapist will monitor your withdrawal symptoms while monitoring your progress, giving you medication, if necessary, and providing encouragement and support. Once you get through detox and your symptoms fade away, you will notice how much better you feel. Therefore, although detox is difficult, you can get through it.

Support Group for Substance Use Disorder

Part of your treatment plan for substance abuse may include being part of a support group. A group includes peers who have struggled with addiction and are now also on the path to recovery. A group gives you the opportunity to share your thoughts and feelings while also gaining valuable insight from others.

Some support groups are member-led, i.e., a 12-step group, while other groups are led and facilitated by a therapist. When you are part of a support group, it is important to contribute. Your participation is vital to your healing and encouragement to others.

Treatment Services Available for Substance Use Disorder

Substance abuse treatment includes a variety of techniques and approaches. Therefore, you can personalize your treatment with help from your therapist. Some of the most common types of treatment available include:

The main objective of substance use disorder treatment is to help you address the underlying issues for your addiction. To have long-term success with your recovery, it is important to explore your childhood, family environment, mental health issues, or other factors that fuel your addiction.

Dual Diagnosis for Addiction and Mental Disorders

It is common for people who have an addiction to suffer from a mental disorder as well. For this reason, we offer a dual diagnosis as a part of our substance use disorder treatment program. Through dual diagnosis, a therapist assesses both your addiction and your mental disorder.

After a complete assessment, your therapist works with you to develop an appropriate treatment plan. The key to successful recovery is to identify the underlying factors that led to your addiction. Treating the mental disorder also promotes long-term recovery and reduces your chances of a relapse.

Common disorders associated with addiction include ADHD, bipolar disorder, anxiety, borderline personality disorder, and depression.

Start Your Treatment for Substance Abuse Today

If you are ready to start your substance abuse treatment program in California, then contact Phoenix Rising. We offer comprehensive substance abuse disorder treatment for all types of addictions to drugs or alcohol. To find out more about our services, call us today at 8669851103. We can help you end the cycle of addiction.

a man looking at himself in the mirror dealing with substance use disorder