Addiction Counseling and Recovery

Counseling and therapy are vital to addiction treatment and recovery. While some people may be able to stop their addictive behavior without counseling, most people need help to work on the deep-seated issues that triggered their addiction and caused them to start using in the … Read more

Addiction to Sleeping Pills

So many people struggle with sleep issues. And in order to deal with that, many people resort to sleeping pills, which may result in dependence on the pills. If you think there are no alternatives to help you with your sleep issues or chronic pain, … Read more

Is Your Partner an Alcoholic?

You may be aware that your partner enjoys a few drinks now and then, but identifying whether or not s/he has reached the stage of alcohol abuse may be the most challenging thing in a relationship. Yet it’s something you can’t walk away from. Read … Read more

More Information About Our Detox Program

If you are addicted to drugs, our detox program can help. We treat the body, mind, and spirit, and can help you discover your true self through sober living and inpatient addiction treatment.

More About Our Alcohol Rehabilitation Treatment

Many people think that alcohol addiction is just a state of mind. They don’t understand why people drink so much. The staff at our San Diego rehabilitation clinic understands that this is a complicated disease that requires a customized alcohol withdrawal treatment plan to overcome. We know you don’t drink out of desire. You drink because you feel a compelling urge, and our treatment plan will help you overcome that urge and live a happy and fulfilled life.

Insurance Accepted

We want our San Diego alcohol and drug rehabilitation patients to focus on treatment without worrying about payment. We work with PPO providers to ensure our patients receive the full benefit allowed. We also accept patients with active California worker’s compensation claims. While we don’t … Read more

What Are Psychological Withdrawal Symptoms?

When people discuss drug and alcohol withdrawal, they generally focus on physical symptoms. While the physical symptoms are certainly more apparent, the psychological withdrawal symptoms are often those that lead people towards a relapse.

In this article, we’re going to talk about the psychological component of withdrawal. If you or a loved one are going to be struggling with withdrawal in the near future, don’t hesitate to get a hold of a San Diego drug rehab center to help you with your treatment.

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