What is Rehab?
Residential treatment, commonly referred to as “rehab,” is the process of cleansing one’s mind of addictive behaviors and establishing a life free of psychological addiction. Residential treatment typically follows the detoxification process depending on a client’s needs. On average, residential treatment lasts up to 30 days and is strongly advised in order for clients to maintain long-term sobriety.
At our Orange County residential treatment center, clients focus on stopping the use of alcohol and drugs by addressing the psychological dependence for substances. To do this, our rehab team creates individualized therapy for each client. In our program, clients will:
- Receive psychiatric services/counseling
- Gain relapse prevention tools
- Relearn practical life skills
- Regain self-awareness and responsibility for one’s actions
- Participate in family therapy services
- Strengthen healthy and supportive networks
- Engage in therapeutic activities to help recreate a meaningful life in sobriety
Are Detox and Rehab Both Necessary?
While clients are not required to complete both programs at our facility, our Orange County addiction treatment team encourages detox and residential treatments. By moving through both forms of treatment, clients can break both physical dependence and psychological dependence, giving clients full and total control of their lives once again. Over and over again, we have seen clients achieve long-term results by moving through both programs.
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To learn how Fresh Start of California can help you regain control of your life, call our Orange County addiction treatment team at 714-558-2600 . We are here for you.