Anaheim Treatment Center

Entering into drug or alcohol addiction treatment is a crucial step in the recovery process. However, it’s important to remember that it is just a step and that once you leave treatment, you are not done. Sobriety is a lifelong journey that requires daily work during and after treatment at a drug and alcohol rehab center in Anaheim.

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Substance Abuse in Anaheim

Substance abuse is an ongoing problem worldwide, and Anaheim and the greater Orange County area are no exception. In fact, from 2000 to 2019, drug and alcohol-related deaths in Orange County rose by nearly 80%.

Below are some additional stats as it pertains to substance abuse in Anaheim and the greater Orange County area:

  • As of 2019, the most commonly abused drug in Anaheim and the greater Orange County area was opioids
  • The four most commonly abused opioids were Hydrocodone, Oxycodone, Morphine, and Methadone
  • In 2018, over 45,000 overdose deaths throughout California involved opioids
  • Between 2017 and 2018, synthetic opioid deaths increased by 60%

Rehab in Anaheim

With so many people in Anaheim and throughout Orange County suffering from substance abuse, the need for available treatment has never been greater. At Restorations Health Group, we understand the importance of drug and alcohol addiction treatment. That’s why we offer treatment programs for various substances of abuse and are there for our clients every step of the way from start to finish.

Detox

The first step in the treatment process is to get rid of all the harmful substances in the body. This is known as detoxing, and it’s done to start the healing process of both the body and the brain.

Due to the nature of detoxing and the withdrawal symptoms commonly associated with it, the detox process should be done under the care and supervision of trained medical professionals. This can be done at a local medical facility, a dedicated detox facility, or a treatment center offering detox services like us at Restoration Health Group. Attempting to self-detox can not only be dangerous, but it can also increase the chances of a relapse.

Residential

Once detox has been completed, the next step is to enter into a treatment program. The most popular treatment option amongst treatment professionals is inpatient treatment. During inpatient treatment, you live at the treatment facility for the duration of your rehab while attending your various therapy sessions and other programs.

Unlike other treatment programs, inpatient treatment also provides services that other programs don’t, including additional access to medical care, monitoring, and nutrition.

Outpatient

Not everyone can stop their daily life to enter into an inpatient treatment program. Additionally, the severity of certain addictions simply doesn’t require inpatient treatment. Outpatient treatment is also available for those who are either unable or not requiring inpatient treatment.

For those entering into an outpatient treatment program, you come to the facility during the day to attend your therapy and counseling sessions. Then you leave and return to your regular life. This allows you to continue any daily commitments that you may have.

Since you aren’t living at the facility during treatment, you must have a safe, supportive, and sober environment to return home to every day.

Alumni

Aftercare programs, such as continued therapy and peer-support groups, are vital to your continued success in your recovery. 

At Restorations Health Group, we understand the importance of aftercare in the recovery process. That’s why we offer aftercare assistance to all of our clients once they finish their treatment program with us. 

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Addiction Treatment Services

A major component of the overall treatment process is therapy. Therapy is used not just to learn how your addiction might have developed, it’s also a great way to learn better ways to manage the curveballs that life likes to throw at us more healthily and productively.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Amongst therapists and treatment professionals, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is one of the most popular and successful therapies for treating substance abuse and addiction. A form of psychotherapy, CBT is used to help those in treatment identify the triggers that led to their addiction. Additionally, CBT can teach those in recovery healthier, more productive ways to deal with those triggers and cravings in the future. 

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy

Another type of psychotherapy often used in addiction treatment is Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT). What makes DBT unique is that it teaches us that it is ok to accept our flaws while at the same time teaching us ways to better deal with those flaws going forward. Dialectical Behavioral Therapy is designed to treat those suffering from addiction and mental health conditions.

Individualized Therapy

Individual therapy is therapy conducted in a one-on-one setting with just you and your therapist. Unlike some of the other therapies within the treatment program, individual therapy allows you and your therapist to build a relationship needed to break down some emotional barriers. 

Since these sessions are conducted in a safe, confidential, one-on-one setting, it allows you to talk about things that you might not be able to in a group setting or that you might not feel comfortable sharing with others.

Group Therapy

Unfortunately, many who are in recovery no longer have a support system. As a result of their addiction, their friends and family might not want to be around them anymore. Group therapy can provide those in need the support system they are looking for both while in treatment and once they are done with treatment and have moved into an alumni program.

Group therapy sessions are typically run by a therapist or treatment professional and allow everyone in the group session to participate. These sessions are not only a great environment for people to share what is going on with them, but they can also provide valuable lessons from others who might have had similar experiences.

Family Therapy

Addiction can affect more than just the addict. It can also affect those closest to the addict, such as spouses, partners, children, immediate family members, and loved ones. Family therapy provides a safe space for the family member of the addict to work out their issues and process what their loved one is going through. Additionally, family therapy can help with any relationship or family issues that might have arisen due to substance abuse or addiction.

Psychotherapy

Addiction is both a physical and mental disease. While detox and medical treatment are used to address the physical side of addiction, psychotherapy is used to address the mental side. Psychotherapy allows the person to talk through their issues and learn more healthy and productive ways to deal with life’s issues going forward.

Mental Health and Dual Diagnosis

Many who are in recovery from addiction also suffer from mental health conditions. For some, their mental health condition led to their substance abuse, while others developed a mental health condition as a side-effect of their addiction. When someone suffers from an addiction and a mental health condition, it is known as a co-occurring disorder or dual diagnosis.

Depression and Addiction

Depression is fairly common amongst those suffering from addiction. For many, they turned to drugs or alcohol as a way to self-medicate and feel better as a result of their depression. Conversely, depression is a common side-effect amongst those suffering from a substance abuse issue. Many who find themselves suffering from addiction experience severe depression as a result of their addiction.

Anxiety and Addiction

Another commonly occurring dual diagnosis is anxiety and addiction. The connection between these two is very similar to that of depression and addiction. Many people use drugs and alcohol to self-medicate to treat their anxiety, leading to addiction. Additionally, addiction is a common side-effect of many substances of abuse and can intensify as someone becomes more and more dependent or even addicted to a substance. 

PTSD and Addiction

According to an October 2019 Orange County Needs and Gaps Analysis report, approximately 4% of all veterans in Orange County suffered from serious psychological distress, including PTSD. Unfortunately, many turn to drugs and alcohol as a form of self-medicating instead of seeking mental health services. This can lead to an increased risk of developing a substance abuse issue.

Veterans are hardly the only demographic that suffers from PTSD and addiction. Studies have shown that nearly half of all individuals that suffer from PTSD also met the criteria for a substance use disorder.

Trauma and Addiction

Numerous studies have shown a strong connection between trauma and addiction, especially when that trauma occurs as a child. Children experiencing trauma such as physical, emotional, or sexual abuse, witnessing domestic violence, or even losing a parent can significantly increase the chances of developing a substance abuse issue later in life. 

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Find Treatment in Anaheim Today

While roughly 8% of all Californians met the criteria for substance use disorder in 2018, only around 10% of those people received any type of treatment. At Restorations Health Group, we understand the importance of addiction treatment for all Californians, including Anaheim and the greater Orange County area. Contact us today if you or someone you know is looking for a drug and alcohol rehab center in Anaheim.

Additional Substance Abuse Services

Depression Treatment Program

Many people who suffer depression start abusing drugs or alcohol. They do this to self-medicate whether knowingly or unknowingly.

Mental Health Treatment

Mental health treatment focuses on treating underlying issues to ensure that they don’t cause relapse after treatment.

Anxiety Treatment Program

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