Top Rated Drug Rehab
Drug addiction (also known as substance use disorder) is a complex disease that affects your brain and your behavior, causing you to become unable to control substance abuse. This is because drugs can make changes to neurotransmitters and reward systems in the brain that, over time, become irreversible.
Nobody starts using drugs with the intention of becoming addicted. It is usually experimental at first, trying drugs out of curiosity, or because you know other people who use them and enjoy them. For some, drug use is recreational, and for others, drug use becomes increasingly frequent as addiction takes hold. Even people with prescriptions for medications like opioid painkillers or benzodiazepines for anxiety and panic can become addicted. The risk of addiction varies, depending on the drug, your history, your mental health, and social factors.
At first, drug use feels good. Depending on the drug, it may make you feel buzzed, relaxed, high, energetic, or sleepy. As time goes on, you will notice that you need to take more of the drug to get the same effect, or you may start to feel like you need to take the drug just to feel good or get through the day and that it is increasingly difficult to go without taking the drug. These are some of the first signs of drug addiction that can lead to a serious drug habit. Other signs include:
- Feeling withdrawal symptoms like pain, anxiety, and discomfort when you miss a dose or try to quit
- Hiding your drug use, using drugs alone, or using drugs in secret
- Having intense urges to use the drug regularly (daily, or even several times in a day)
- Spending all your money on the drug, even when you have other bills to pay
- Feeling worried when you don’t have a supply of the drug on hand
- Missing class or calling in to work because you are high or hungover
- Spending a lot of time getting the drug, getting high, and recovering from drug use
- Failing to meet social obligations and isolating yourself from supportive friends and family
- Spending more time with other drug users
- In the case of prescription drugs, seeing more than one doctor to get multiple prescriptions, or using your medications in ways not prescribed
- Doing things that you wouldn’t normally do, like driving under the influence or stealing money or other people’s medications
- Being unable to quit on your own, even when you really want to
At the Magnolia treatment center, we provide a safe, inclusive place for all people, regardless of gender, religion, race, age, and lifestyle to come for drug and alcohol addiction treatment. We are an inpatient facility in California, licensed to provide medical detox treatments and deliver customized inpatient rehab programs to each of our patients.
Best Drug Rehab Center Substance Abuse Disorder
Magnolia is the best drug rehab center for many people, as we can help you through the complex symptoms that come with detoxing, providing medical care, therapy, and holistic treatments, along with dual diagnosis care for co-occurring mental health issues like anxiety, bipolar disorder, depression, and schizoaffective disorder. Drugs and alcohol do more to you than cause you to become physically addicted, they also affect the way you think, your behavioral health, your emotional wellness, and more.
Our team is here for you, whether you have been using meth, Xanax, or fentanyl, and we will help you overcome your initial withdrawal symptoms in an inpatient medical detox plan, with 24/7 medical oversight from nurses, mental health care, cutting-edge technology and prescription medications, along with counseling and holistic wellness treatments as needed, so you can rest, heal, and purge the toxins from your system without suffering from the ill effects of withdrawal.
Some of the most common drug withdrawal symptoms are:
- Body aches, pain, muscle cramps, and joint pain
- Nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea
- Sleep changes
- Appetite changes
- Shaking, or trembling hands
- Irritability an anxiety
- Serious depression
- Feeling like you have the flu
- Confusion, delusions, or hallucinations
- Serious drug cravings
Types of Addiction Treatment for Drug Addiction We Offer
Magnolia is a licensed inpatient treatment center for drug and alcohol rehab, providing accessible and affordable treatment for all patients inside a welcoming and warm environment. You will move into a private or semi-private room while in rehab, staying inside the treatment center day and night.
We provide evidence-based care that will give you the best possible chance at long-term recovery, with therapies and care that have been proven to be effective. Some of the treatments for drug addiction we offer include:
- Medical detox programs, tailored to your unique needs
- Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) programs with benzodiazepine tapers and medication management services
- Holistic treatments like mindfulness, yoga, meditation, art therapy, and music therapy, promoting whole-patient healing
- Therapeutic counseling and individual therapy, including psychotherapy and cognitive behavioral therapy
- Group therapy and family dynamics therapy
- Health-related education, and education about addiction
- Outings to recovery-based meetings like 12-step programs (Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, etc. ) in the community
- Nutrition and exercise programs, including spending time in the swimming pool for fitness activities
- Relapse prevention training
- Aftercare planning services, with connections to ongoing outpatient rehab and aftercare treatments
Inpatient Drug Rehab
Inpatient rehab is often the first step after detoxing, as it is a sober environment that can start you down your road to recovery on the right foot. You will move into the treatment center, usually for 30 days or longer, participating in a variety of treatments, therapy programs, group discussions, and more during the day. In the evenings there are movie nights, games, and activities you can take part in, or you can hang out by yourself and get some rest if that is what you would prefer.
Inpatient treatment is a safe place for anybody who does not have a stable home life or supportive people around them, and it is also a good place for people who need intensive medical oversight or psychiatric care, as there are doctors and nurses on-site 24 hours a day. Not every rehab center offers inpatient care, but at Magnolia, all of our treatment is provided in-house. You can come to gain stability as you recover, stepping away from life’s stresses and difficult triggers for a month or longer, so you can focus completely on yourself. For many, this escape from the everyday grind can give perspective on lifestyle choices, unhealthy behaviors and relationships, and unhelpful ways of thinking, providing a new way of looking at life that is beneficial to recovery.
Over the course of your stay in residential care, you will gradually gain stability and confidence in your sobriety, and you will prepare to return to your regular life after treatment. This includes educational programs, training, and plenty of therapy, helping you manage your triggers and cravings so you will be able to stay away from drugs after you move out of the rehab center.
Outpatient Drug Rehab
After inpatient detox and/or inpatient rehab, many patients make the decision to transition into an outpatient drug rehab program. This is a continuation of treatments like therapy, support groups, medical care, and other helpful programs provided to you as you live at home or in a sober living residence outside of the treatment center.
Magnolia is an inpatient-only rehab, but if you want a more gradual return to your everyday life responsibilities and stressors, we can connect you with trusted outpatient rehab programs in your area after you’ve completed your stay with us. Some types of outpatient rehab include:
Partial hospitalization programs (PHP) – full-day treatments, usually provided for five or more hours a day, five to seven days a week, while you live and sleep at home. PHPs usually last for 2 to 6 weeks, depending on the treatment plan, before you switch to a less rigorous plan.
Intensive outpatient programs (IOP) – fewer days per week than the PHP, the IOP is usually offered in the evenings or mornings so that patients can continue to go to work or school while receiving care.
Outpatient programs may not be right for every person, especially at the beginning of the recovery process, as there is quite a lot of freedom and less support offered than there is in inpatient rehab. Starting out with even just a short-term inpatient treatment program can help you adjust to your new normal in a safe and stress-free environment, without temptations and triggers leading you astray.
Heroin addiction is a powerful substance use disorder that usually requires a minimum stay of 30 days in rehab after a medical detox. Often, opioid addictions including heroin include longer treatment plans, because the cravings and other withdrawal symptoms are long-lasting and intense in nature. Behavioral therapy, holistic healing, education, individual therapy, and group counseling will help you put your addiction behind you.
Relapse rates are high for these drugs, so many patients opt to take part in a medication-assisted treatment (MAT) program. This is a long-term plan focused on comfort and safety, in which you will be given FDA-approved medications in small doses which will remove the worst of the withdrawal symptoms. This will allow you to start the work of rehabilitation with a clearer head, allowing you to focus and begin taking control back over your own life.
You will work hard in rehab to uncover the reasons behind your heroin abuse, change the way you think, and gain an understanding of the issues in life that may trigger a relapse. With a medication-assisted treatment plan and new understandings about yourself and about addiction, you will be able to manage your substance use disorder, and slowly taper off the drug over a period of weeks or months.
Meth is a strong drug that is highly addictive and has high relapse rates due to the intense cravings it produces during withdrawal. A medical detox program can provide relief and comfort as your body and brain chemistry become balanced once again, and medical care can begin to address any health issues that drug addiction may have caused, like malnutrition, dental issues, or dehydration. You will be provided with medications that can help you rest and remain pain-free as your body detoxifies your system.
Once detox is complete, intensive therapy will begin. Meth causes behavioral and psychological changes that require care like behavioral therapy and psychotherapy, so you can work on identifying the thoughts and behaviors that may lead to relapse. Making changes to the way you think can take some time, and in Magnolia’s inpatient treatment center, you will have strong support and care as you immerse yourself in therapy, education, holistic treatment, and groups, and work to regain your physical and mental health away from the temptation to use meth.
Benzodiazepines are prescription medications that are often given to treat anxiety or sleep issues. These medications are often abused because they produce a relaxed or calming feeling, but even if you take them as prescribed, over time the body will begin to develop a tolerance that can lead to addiction.
Benzo withdrawal can be severe if it takes place cold turkey, so a slow and managed tapering-off is recommended. At Magnolia, we provide benzo tapers in our medication-assisted treatment program, with full doctor oversight to ensure you do not suffer ill effects like panic and seizures.
Because these medications are often prescribed to people who already have an anxiety disorder, stress management techniques are a big part of benzodiazepine rehab. Through behavioral therapy, groups, dual diagnosis treatment, and holistic methods, you will learn new ways to think and act that will affect your mood and your outlook on life, while slowing down your heart rate and feeling better. These techniques are combined with relapse prevention programs and stress management help that will give you the tools you need to remain sober after rehab.
Prescription Drug Rehab
Like benzodiazepines, other prescription drugs can be habit-forming, even if they are used as prescribed. Opioid drugs like oxycodone, Percocet, morphine, fentanyl, and codeine are unfortunately overprescribed and underregulated, causing people to unknowingly start down a destructive path that often results in full-blown opioid addiction. Over half of the people who use heroin do so because it costs less and is easier to obtain for them than the opioid pills they had been using before.
At Magnolia, we help people with opioid use disorder through MAT treatments that help wean the body off of the drug in a very slow and methodical process that is scheduled by a doctor. MAT is given at the same time as therapy, dual diagnosis care, medical treatment, and another rehab programming so that the patient can learn to manage triggers, begin to rebuild their health, and start the recovery process without distraction.
Cocaine addiction is a serious issue that often requires medical detox with robust psychological support, followed by a minimum of 30 days in rehab. Managing triggers and cravings is especially challenging with cocaine and crack cocaine addiction, as the psychological addiction is very strong. Spending time in residential treatment, away from the temptation to use drugs, will give patients the edge they need to overcome this serious addiction. Magnolia offers individualized programs that will keep you busy and teach you the relapse prevention skills and trigger management tools you need to stay away from cocaine and crack cocaine long-term.
How Long Is Rehab?
Everybody has their own reasons for going to rehab, and they also have their own health concerns that need to be addressed. Some people are dealing with underlying trauma or health problems, and others may require a medication-assisted treatment plan or need help with gaining the confidence to leave an abusive relationship.
Everybody has their own unique story, which is why drug addiction treatment can vary from patient to patient. Just like any other health condition, some people recover faster than others. The timeline can be influenced by age, health conditions, genetics, which drug(s) were being abused, and the length of time drugs were used.
Social aspects also affect the length of time spent in rehab. If a person does not have a supportive or stable home life to return to, they may be better off staying in rehab for as long as possible, to provide the best chance of avoiding relapse.
At the Magnolia rehab center, we take these factors into consideration when planning your treatment with you, and we also give you the option to extend your stay if you are not feeling ready to leave after 30 days. You are always welcome in our treatment center, and we will do all we can to help you achieve your recovery goals.
What Is Rehab Like?
During rehab at Magnolia, you will move into a comfortable semi-private or private room, and after you are medically stable enough to do so, you will begin attending therapy and group sessions. Your days will be well planned out, with structured activities and scheduled mealtimes, so that you can begin building new healthy habits and routines. You will live in our accessible treatment center for 30 to 90 days, and start the hard work of healing, sharing, and growing as a sober individual.
For many, mental health care is a big part of rehab, because mental illness and substance abuse can become interconnected. One disorder affects the other, and treating them both together at the same time will give you the best chance of long-lasting recovery. This may include behavioral therapy, trauma-informed therapy, and psychiatric medications, depending on your needs.
Rehab is the process of uncovering your unique reasons for abusing drugs, and starting to work on healing emotional pain, solving life problems, learning new skills, seeing life from a different angle, and understanding what addiction is and what it does to your body and your mental health. Your program will be suited to your needs as an individual, and you will not receive any treatments you don’t need.
For example, a person with a mild cocaine addiction will likely require a higher degree of therapy and mental health treatment in rehab as it is a psychologically addictive substance, while a person quitting heroin may need long-term medication-assisted treatment, with prescription medications provided long-term, over the course of months or even years, to help reduce drug cravings, withdrawal symptoms, and distress as they pick up the pieces of their lives and start to rebuild.
We will meet you where you are at in your recovery, and then help you gain control over the factors that have led to self-destructive behaviors. This will help you overcome addiction as you improve your quality of life and start building a brighter and healthier future for yourself.
Why Choose Magnolia Recovery for Drug Rehab?
At Magnolia, our team is dedicated to offering effective, judgment-free care in the form of evidence-based therapies and medical care, combined with holistic healing methods, for a whole-patient approach to healing the body, mind, and spirit. We work hard to maintain a judgment-free, welcoming, and shame-free environment, treating each client with respect, care, and dignity, and collaborating with each patient to build a tailored treatment plan that will address the unique reasons behind substance abuse. During treatment, you will gain a new perspective, along with relapse prevention and stress reduction strategies that will help you for the rest of your life.
If you are ready to begin your personal recovery journey or if you know somebody with a drug problem and want to learn more about our services, please contact our team now at (818) 431-2224. We will tailor treatments to your unique recovery goals and your health needs, ensuring the best possible chance at achieving long-term recovery. We are here for you, answering our phones 24 hours a day. Whether you are ready to get into rehab now, or if you are just curious about what your insurance will cover, please give us a call and we will answer any questions you have about the treatment process.