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Addiction Treatment Programs in California


Treatment Programs for Drug and Alcohol Addiction Recovery

Substance abuse has plagued the nation for decades and has promoted the need for rehab facilities to help addicted individuals. Rehab facilities pride themselves on offering accommodations for the varying needs of their patients.  

Here at Lake Arrowhead Recovery Center, we specialize in a variety of different alcohol and drug treatment programs. We are here to support you from the initial detox detoxification period, all the way through to the other side of recovery. We recognize that every addicted individual’s journey is different and every treatment plan needs to be catered to their specific needs. Our goal is to ensure you have the tools and support needed to turn your life around and learn to live a clean and sober lifestyle. That’s where our substance abuse programs can help.

Alcohol Treatment Facility & Rehab Center

Every year, tens of thousands of people die from alcohol-related causes. Alcohol use disorder (AUD) is a ubiquitous disease that can affect anyone, regardless of gender, race, or financial standing. The burden of managing this disease often spreads beyond the person affected and can affect the lives of friends,...

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Benzodiazepine Rehab & Recovery

Benzodiazepines, also known as “benzos,” are a class of sedative drugs that were first introduced in the 1960s. While they can be highly effective when used in a medical context, they are also dangerously addictive and lead to debilitating, long-term substance abuse problems and can require treatment and benzodiazepine...

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Cocaine Addiction Treatment & Recovery Center

Cocaine, made from the leaves of South America’s native cocoa plant, is an illegal street drug that dealers often mix with other substances to increase profits. It also has some limited medical function—as a local anesthetic for surgery—but its primary use in the United States is as a recreational...

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Drug Treatment & Rehab Center in California

In the last several years, drug-related deaths have spiked dramatically. Synthetic narcotics, most notoriously fentanyl, have invaded the illegal market and have contributed to the 70,200 deaths reported by the CDC in 2017. That number exceeds the number of deaths reported from car crashes, gun violence, or H.I.V. during...

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Meth Addiction & Withdrawal Treatment

While the nation has been focused on a widespread opiate crisis, methamphetamine has been quietly making a comeback, largely due to cartel smuggling. In 2016, agents on the San Diego/Mexico border seized 21,747 pounds of meth, 10 times more than they had a decade before. The drug fanned across...

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Opiate Detox & Addiction Recovery

The United States is in the dark grips of an opiate epidemic. Every day, more than 130 Americans die from an overdose, and statistics show no sign that the trend is slowing down. Opiates, a class of drugs that include heroin, prescription painkillers, and synthetic drugs such as fentanyl,...

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Treatment for Friends or Family with Addiction

When you love someone—whether they’re a partner, family member, or friend—watching them struggle with addiction can be incredibly challenging. In many cases, the person is not only damaging to his or herself but also the relationships they have with those around them. They are left to grapple with the...

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I Need Help With My Addiction

Tens of millions of Americans struggle with substance addiction. In 2017, the National Survey on Drug Use and Health estimated that 48.7 million people over the age of 12 were cigarette smokers, 140.6 million were alcohol users, and 30.5 million had used illicit drugs. Most people know several peers...

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