Customized Inpatient Drug Rehab
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California’s Leading Drug Rehab Center
We offer patients the chance to overcome drug addiction through a comprehensive drug rehabilitation program with the best addiction treatment specialists in the country. Many people come to us with great fear, emotional pain, trauma, and feelings of hopelessness regarding their addiction. Each of our clients receives a chance to start anew and get back to a happy and healthy life. You or your loved one can have the same support and care that has helped over 10,000 families at Resurgence.
Medication Assisted Drug Detox
Screening for physical and mental health issues to prescribe appropriate plans.
Doctor-prescribed addiction treatment medications to prevent complications and manage withdrawal symptoms.
Alcohol, Heroin, Opiates, Meth, Cocaine, Benzos, Sedatives, Hallucinogens, Dissociatives, others.
Moving the patient to one of our inpatient rehab facilities once stabilization has been achieved.
Suboxone is approved by the FDA as a medication for people who have an opioid addiction.
100% Proven Treatment Program
100% proven, data-driven treatment programs customized to each patient’s needs and preferences.
Safe and effective drug detox programs that are tailored according to addiction, body, metabolism and unique circumstances.
24-hour medical and emotional support across our beautiful and luxurious residential treatment centers.
Hands-on, practical approach that encourages clients to improve their thought and behavior patterns.
DBT Skills training focuses on mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotion regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness.
Helps Identify self-defeating thoughts and feelings and replace them with healthier, more productive beliefs.
Interactive psychotherapy technique used to relieve psychological stress, effective in PTSD and trauma treatment.
Addressing the overall health and wellness of the person: body, mind, spirit, and emotions to facilitate real and effective recovery.
The trauma-informed approach considers the relationship between a person’s addiction and his or her traumatic experience.