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Addictions We Treat

Treatment Based on Proven Methods.

Helping those addicted, recover in Southern California.

Alcoholism

Alcohol is still the most commonly abused substance that we treat. Its wide availability and society’s acceptance (even encouragement) of abusing alcohol contribute to it’s ubiquity. Detox from alcohol addiction is dangerous and should be medically supervised.

Heroin/Opioid Addiction

Heroin addiction has exploded in the last decade and the face of heroin addiction today is indistinguishable from the abuse of opiate medications like Fentanyl and OxyContin. What’s so alarming about heroin addiction is how often it ends in fatal overdose.

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Prescription Drug Abuse

Drugs such as opiate pain killers, mood elevators, diet pills, etc. are those that have a high potential for abuse. Often times, the person who is addicted started on them as medication for a medical purpose, such as chronic pain. They may continue to obtain the drugs through their doctor or others, online pharmacies, or through illegal means.

Cocaine Addiction

Cocaine addiction is very serious and many men have found treatment for addiction to cocaine (including crack cocaine) at our serene and healing environment.

Methamphetamine

Methamphetamine’s are stimulants and there are legal methamphetamine’s and also illegally created street meth (a.k.a. “crystal meth”). Survivors of meth addiction describe the experience as having “robbed them of their soul.”

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OxyContin

OxyContin is a brand name for a very potent synthetic opiate called oxycodone. This drug has become the face of the opiate addiction (and overdose epidemic).

Percocet Addiction

Percocet is a very habit forming narcotic painkiller that opiate abusers covet. Having the ingredient acetaminophen in it makes abuse of this drug very hard on the liver.

Fentanyl Addiction

Fentanyl has been in the news as the culprit for a wave of fatal overdoses, over 200+ daily, throughout the United States. Fentanyl’s shocking potency is partly to blame.

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