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Addiction Treatment Los Angeles

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At Quest 2 Recovery, our mission is to provide comforting addiction treatment in Los Angeles to clients who are struggling with alcoholism or substance abuse. We do this by recognizing the disease of addiction and how it plays a role in their daily living. To achieve this objective, we offer a range of treatment services from detoxification to residential treatment in a safe, comfortable home like environment. Our caring and compassionate team of professionals help clients increase their motivation to change. We also teach skills and strategies to achieve and maintain lifelong sobriety. Our services are comprised of evidence-based, safe, and effective services including:

MEDICATION ASSISTED DETOX SERVICES

THERAPEUTIC SERVICES

RECOVERY & EMPOWERMENT GROUP

RELAPSE PREVENTION

RECREATIONAL THERAPY

CASE MANAGEMENT

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Addiction Treatment Re-Defined

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Explore our drug & alcohol addiction treatment services in Lancaster, California proudly serving Southern California. Our program is designed to treat each client with patient-centered customized care that targets their needs in rehab and in aftercare.

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detox

the first step to recovery

Before initiating the medical detox process, we collect detailed information about your  physical and psychological health, alcohol or substance use, and other important aspects of life. We use this information to develop a tailored alcohol or drug detox program. During detoxification, the team will provide medical assistance to ensure you are as comfortable as possible. Symptoms can be highly unpleasant and unpredictable, which is why a medical detox program is the safest route. As a result, our team at Quest 2 Recovery can safely guide you through the detox process and into the active treatment phase of recovery.

Residential inpatient Rehab

drug & alcohol rehab in Southern California

At Quest 2 Recovery, we focus on helping our clients gain control of the recovery process by becoming stakeholders in their own recovery. Using cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and other treatment modalities we help you identify and change the behaviors that motivated you to use drugs and alcohol. With a better understanding of how your dysfunctional thoughts and behaviors fueled your addiction, you will  feel more empowered and willing to make systemic changes. This will result in positive, productive actions.  Eventually the new healthy thought-behavior patterns will become habit, acting as an important recovery tool going forward.

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DUAL-DIAGNOSIS

treating mental health seriously

Often times a substance use disorder coexists with a mood disorder, resulting in a more complex dual diagnosis.  When getting help for treating the addiction, it is essential that you also receive simultaneous treatment for any co-occurring mental health disorder to be able to enjoy a successful long-term recovery.  In many cases, the mood disorder drives the substance abuse, utilizing the drug or alcohol to cope with the symptoms.  Treating both disorders will result in a sustained recovery.

AfterCare Planning

preparing you for a lifetime of recovery

The best time to plan your aftercare program is while you are still in active treatment. Early recovery is a vulnerable time. Your new life adjusts to living without the crutch of the substance you once relied on.  By making an aftercare plan in advance of discharge you can segue into that important next phase without missing a beat. We have the resources to help you find better work, housing, and support groups to guide you.

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Experience Addiction Treatment That Works

Don’t wait another moment.  Begin your journey at Quest 2 Recovery, a private drug rehab in Los Angeles, serving all of Southern California and beyond. We are located in Lancaster California and serve all of Los Angeles county and accept patients from all over the united states.

Our innovative treatment program provides the care you need in order to overcome addiction and find recovery for good. Call us today at 1-855-783-7888 for more information and to get started on your quest to recovery.

What Is the Addiction to Drugs?

Drug addiction is a chronic illness marked by obsessive or uncontrollable drug seeking and use, despite adverse effects and potentially long-lasting changes in the brain. Relapse is the act of using drugs again after making an effort to stop.

The voluntary act of using drugs is the first step on the road to addiction. A person’s capacity to decide against using drugs is impaired with time. The consequences of prolonged drug exposure on brain function are mostly to blame. The brain regions responsible for motivation, learning, and behavior regulation are impacted by addiction.

What is Addiction Treatment?

Drug treatment aims to assist addicts in ending their obsessive drug seeking and consumption. Treatment can take many forms, take place in several places, and persist for various amounts of time. Because drug addiction is commonly a chronic illness marked by sporadic relapses, a brief, one-time treatment is frequently insufficient. Treatment is a protracted process requiring numerous interventions and ongoing observation for many people. You can learn more at our Drug Rehab Southern California.

Addiction can be treated using a range of evidence-based strategies. Drug treatment may involve behavioral therapy, medicine, or a mix of the two (such as cognitive-behavioral therapy or contingency management). Depending on the patient’s individual demands and frequently on the drugs they take, the precise type of treatment or mix of treatments will vary.

The Fundamentals of Effective Treatment

Any successful treatment program should be built upon the basic principles listed below, which have been supported by scientific research since the mid-1970s:

  • The addiction disease, which impacts both behavior and brain function, is complex yet curable.
  • Not everyone responds well to the same treatment.
  • People must have easy access to medical care.
  • A patient’s needs, not just those related to drug use, are met throughout effective therapy.
  • It’s essential to complete your treatment program.
  • The most often utilized types of therapy are counseling and other behavioral therapies.
  • Medications are frequently a critical component of therapy, mainly when used with behavioral therapies.
  • Treatment regimens must often be evaluated and adjusted to accommodate the patient’s evolving demands.
  • Other potential mental illnesses should be addressed throughout treatment.
  • The initial stage of treatment is medically assisted detoxification.
  • Effective treatment does not require patient consent.
  • Drug use must be regularly checked during treatment.
  • Patients should be tested for HIV/AIDS, hepatitis B and C, TB, and other infectious diseases as part of treatment programs and be educated about preventative measures.

Success may depend on a broad spectrum of care, a personalized treatment plan, and available follow-up choices. Medical and mental health services should be used during treatment as necessary. Community- or family-based recovery support networks may be included in post-treatment care.

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Therapy includes individual, group, and family sessions. Most often, group therapy is employed. Different behavioral therapies are used, such as dialectical behavioral therapy, contingency management, and motivational interviewing.

Peer pressure, physical and sexual abuse, early drug exposure, stress, and parental supervision are a few factors that can significantly impact someone’s likelihood of using drugs and becoming addicted. Critical developmental phases in a person’s life combine with genetic and environmental factors to influence the possibility of addiction.

Both the American Psychiatric Association (APA) and the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) refer to addiction as a “brain illness,” and the DSM-V includes criteria for identifying addiction as a “Substance Use Disorder” mental health condition.

  • Alcohol addiction is one of the more prevalent forms of habit when it comes to substance abuse
  • Addiction to prescription drugs
  • Drug dependency
  • Heroin dependence
  • Opioid dependency

The brain receptors of an addicted person are overloaded. The brain adjusts like turning down a loudspeaker when the volume is too high by either creating less dopamine or eradicating dopamine receptors.

Addiction is now recognized by the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM), which joined the American Medical Association (AMA), as a chronic brain condition rather than a behavior issue or merely the outcome of making poor decisions.

Genetic factors can be connected to at least 50% of a person’s predisposition to drug addiction. A congressional hearing on April 8 discussed recent findings on the genetic basis of addiction and offered suggestions for applying them to care.

 

Researchers have shown that a particular tiny infectious agent (a human endogenous retrovirus-K HML-2, or HK2, type of RNA virus) integrates within a gene that controls the action of dopamine. Drug addiction is linked to this integration, typically seen in people with substance use disorders.

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