WE OFFER A MIX OF BOTH THE SCIENTIFICALLY PROVEN TRADITIONAL TREATMENT MODEL, AND EVIDENCE-BASED HOLISTIC METHODS.
When someone is addicted to, or “dependent” upon some form of narcotic, detoxification is the start of the rehabilitation and recovery process. This stage of your recovery process is designed to remove all traces of drugs and alcohol from the body. In some cases, maintenance medication may be given to ease the withdrawal symptoms associated with certain drugs, including prescription drugs (pain pills), heroin, methadone.
The length of this process is determined by several factors:
• The individual's unique body composition and metabolism.
• The particular drug and dosage that was being used.
• How long the drug has been taken.
• If there are any other addictions involved.
Detoxification is generally a safe process when undergone in a supervised clinical setting. Since detox for certain individuals and substances can be potentially very severe — and in some cases, deadly — it's not advised for individuals to detox on their own at home.
If you or someone you know is currently addicted to a narcotic, whether it is recreational, habitual, or because you may have been prescribed pain pills but can’t seem to quit taking them…please call us for a free assessment and consultation.
Some people may want or require more support and structure before moving on to the next phase of their path in healing and recovery. Whether that next phase is going home, or stepping down to a lower level of care like intensive outpatient or aftercare services, Southern California Sunrise Recovery Center offers a unique residential program that incorporates the scientific based traditional methods of substance abuse & behavioral health treatment such as group and individual therapy, family or couples counseling, cognitive behavioral therapy (BHT), EMDR, and motivational interviewing, as well as evidence based, proven methods such as aroma therapy, guided meditation, mind-body therapies, creative arts therapies, reiki, and yoga.
People with co-occurring disorders are best served through integrated treatment. With integrated treatment, practitioners can address mental and substance use disorders at the same time, often creating better outcomes. Increasing awareness is important in helping identify and treat co-occurring disorders. Early detection and treatment can improve treatment outcomes and the quality of life for those who need these services.
Mental Health & Addiction
People with mental health disorders are more likely to experience an alcohol or drug problem than people without mental health disorders. Co-occurring disorders can be difficult to diagnose due to the complexity of symptoms, as both may vary in severity. What makes this even more challenging is the fact that both addiction and mental health issues share many of the same traits and/or symptoms. Some individuals find that they have mild to moderate co-occurring disorders, once addressed the recovery process gets easier.
Southern California Sunrise Recovery Center will investigate and treat these disorders and addiction issues.