Best Alcohol Rehab Program in Los Angeles
When you first started drinking alcohol, you likely never expected to find yourself with an alcohol use disorder. It likely felt good, helped you relax or loosen up, and maybe even gave you a sense of warm euphoria, as it affects the brain’s reward center, releasing feel-good endorphins. After abusing alcohol regularly, the brain becomes accustomed to having alcohol in your system, causing discomfort and withdrawal when you go without, which leads to habit formation. If you feel like you need to continue drinking just to feel normal, you likely have an alcohol use disorder and need professional help to quit.
Magnolia is the top-rated alcohol rehab in Los Angeles, offering a safe and inclusive space where anybody can come for treatment in a peaceful, private setting. We are a licensed rehab center in Los Angeles that offers drug and alcohol detox and rehab services on an inpatient (residential) basis.
Our team works tirelessly to provide accessible, affordable treatment for people of all genders, ages, sexual preferences, religions, and lifestyles, rooting treatment in evidence-based care that is supplemented by alternative holistic healing methods, giving each patient the best of both worlds. Our treatments and therapies have been proven effective, and we work hard to deliver care within a judgment-free, shame-free environment, working to honor each client as the individual they are.
We believe that every person deserves respect as they receive high-quality, evidence-based treatments for their substance use disorders, and we collaborate with each of our patients to create a customized care plan that will address your unique reasons for drinking, the underlying causes of substance abuse and addiction, and any co-occurring mental health issues you may have as well.
What Is Alcohol Rehab Like?
Quitting drinking is not easy, but we will do all we can to make sure you are supported and comfortable every step of the way. You will first enter an alcohol detox program, complete with 24-hour medical care, prescription medications, and therapy, with somebody nearby day and night to help you deal with any withdrawal symptoms that cause distress, pain, cravings, or other symptoms. You do not need to suffer to overcome an alcohol addiction, and we will do all we can to help you rest and heal as quickly as possible.
At Magnolia, alcohol rehab is also done inside our sober inpatient treatment center. Patients move in full-time as they detox and rehabilitate, often for one to three months. Our individualized care programs include:
- Individual and group therapy sessions
- LGBTQ inclusive programs
- Family-focused treatments
- Accessible facilities
- Pain management services
- Dual diagnosis programs for co-occurring mental health issues
- Holistic healing programs
- Medication-assisted treatment programs
- Holistic healing programs
- Aftercare planning services
We will work to meet you where you are in your recovery, so if you have already been through detox, for example, we will not force you to go through that step again. We aim to help you gain control over the factors that have led to self-destructive behaviors, so you can improve your quality of life, get healthy, and work toward the bright future you deserve.
What To Expect During Rehab?
When you come to the Magnolia treatment center for alcohol rehab, you will live inside the treatment center full time, 24 hours a day, in a comfortable private or semi-private room. The first step is often a medical detox program, living inside a safe and controlled environment as your body works to stabilize and recover from alcohol abuse. Your care will be supervised by a medical doctor as your body detoxifies and you begin the healing process. Once you are medically stable, you will move on into your 30- to a 90-day rehab program.
During rehab, your days will be fully scheduled with therapy, health care, and other treatments, keeping you busy and helping you develop healthy habits and new recovery skills you can utilize for the rest of your life. You will work hard to address past trauma and heal the underlying causes of addiction while you regain your strength, get educated about addiction, and start to build a sober community around yourself.
Some of the therapy and treatments you will have access to are:
- Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) programs
- Individual counseling and therapy
- Group therapy
- Family dynamics therapy
- Pain management services
- Health education, with nutrition and exercise programs
- Swimming pool fitness and recreation time
- Art therapy and music therapy
- Relapse prevention programs
- Holistic healing programs like yoga, mindfulness, and meditation
- Outings to recovery-based meetings in the community, as well as recreational outings for a fun change of pace
- Aftercare planning services
- Connections with our active alumni group and aftercare treatment
This integrated combination of science-based treatments and holistic care makes our program even more effective, as it gives each patient a variety of tools to work with. Your program will be tailored to your needs, and delivered by expert doctors, therapists, counselors, and other addiction specialists.
How Long Is Alcohol Rehab?
Alcohol rehab is not a one-size-fits-all type of program. Each person has unique health care, therapeutic, behavioral, social, and emotional needs, so every person’s treatment plan needs to be tailored to their unique requirements. Most inpatient rehab programs are a minimum of 30 days long and can extend to 60 or 90 days (or sometimes longer). You can also join an outpatient rehab program after residential treatment for an easier transition between rehab and living your normal life, slowly tapering treatment off over months or years.
30 Day Rehab
30 days is the average minimum time spent inside an inpatient treatment center. It takes about that much time to begin to integrate new habits and behaviors into your everyday life. In short-term rehab, you will work hard in therapy to gain relapse prevention skills as you address the causes of addiction in your life, including old emotional pain, mental health issues, stress, and behavioral issues. Group therapy, individual therapy, and more will get you back on track in your life and help you improve your overall satisfaction with your life while reducing the chance of relapse.
60 Day Rehab
If 30 days does not seem like enough time for your unique needs, you may wish to stay in rehab for a 60-day program. You will be under the watchful eye of medical and psychiatric professionals longer, which is a benefit if you are starting new medications or are dealing with co-occurring mental illnesses. The sober, supportive atmosphere of rehab will improve your well-being and self-esteem as you work hard, build healthy habits, and gain a new perspective on life. You will also have more time in 60 days to try the different forms of therapy offered and find out which methods will work best for you in, the long term.
90 Day Rehab
90 days in rehab is also known as long-term rehab and is a good idea for anybody at high risk of relapsing, or anybody who is otherwise resistant to treatment. The longer the time you spend inside an inpatient treatment center, the lower your risk of relapsing will be. If you have a severe addiction, you may also wish to transition from inpatient treatment into a sober living home, while joining an outpatient treatment program for continued support and sober community connections.
Why Choose Magnolia Recovery for Alcohol Rehab
Choosing Magnolia for your alcohol rehab treatment program will ensure you are safe, comfortable, and supported through your journey from detox to rehab. Our team works hard to foster an inclusive and encouraging atmosphere that will aid in your treatment.
Whether you stay with us for a short-term 30-day program or you are in it for the long haul in a 90-day program, we will do all we can to help you take control back over your life as you overcome alcohol addiction for good. Through evidence-based group and individual treatments and alternative holistic therapies, you will:
- Rebuild your physical health and strength
- Heal your mind, body, and spirit
- Regain connections to loved ones
- Build a new sober support system of peers, doctors, and therapists
- Reframe your perspective on life
We also offer aftercare planning and connections to a vibrant alumni group that will keep you in touch with sober support for a lifetime, and we are part of a network of treatment facilities that can build you an outpatient plan that will work with you, with ongoing programs like:
- Partial hospitalization programs (PHP)
- Intensive outpatient programs (IOP)
- Sober living homes
- Customized outpatient programs and aftercare
If you have health insurance, some or all of your treatment may be covered. Health insurance will often pay for medications, behavioral therapy, and addiction treatments. We are happy to verify insurance coverage for you, or you can call the insurance company yourself to find out what your options are.
If you want to stop drinking but are not sure where to start, you can call us now at (818) 431-2224 at any time, day or night, as we take calls 24 hours a day. We are ready to provide you with the comprehensive, compassionate treatment services you need, and we are only a phone call away.