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Bay Area Drug Rehab Center

Recent estimates show that over 50% of people over 11 have used illicit drugs at least once, and over 25% have a substance use disorder.  Fortunately, there is hope for anyone suffering from drug addiction. Drug rehabilitation can help people with substance use disorder detox from drugs and learn how to live happy, healthy, and fulfilling lives without using illicit substances.

Enrolling in an inpatient residential rehab program is the best decision a person who is struggling with an addiction or alcoholism can make. Residential treatment allows you to take time away from the craziness of everyday life to focus on yourself and to become sober while building a healthy foundation for long-term recovery. Wellness Retreat Recovery has created a comfortable, beautiful, and serene alcohol and drug rehab center in the Sant Cruz Hills for you to come to heal from addiction.

 

What is Drug Rehabilitation?

Quitting drugs and alcohol is not an easy task. Drug rehabilitation is a formal process that helps people with a drug addiction safely detox. The process also helps support people as they learn how to live a drug-free life. 

Drug treatment programs can take place in various forms. Because drug addiction is a chronic condition that cannot be cured, it usually requires a long-term approach that involves frequent monitoring and check-ins.

Inpatient drug rehab is an excellent option for people suffering from drug addiction. Inpatient treatment means the patient checks into a drug treatment facility for some time. This form of treatment can also be called residential treatment and usually lasts about 30 days.

During this time, the patient will detox from drugs under the care of medical professionals who can monitor their symptoms and offer medications to help ease the pain. They will also partake in drug rehab processes such as individual and group therapy, meditation, mindfulness, and other holistic approaches. 

One of the primary benefits of inpatient drug rehab is that it keeps the patient away from people and situations that may trigger them to use drugs again. Meeting others in inpatient drug rehab allows patients to form long-lasting connections. They form relationships with their peers who are going through the same thing. These relationships can be the start of new, sober friendships that help patients maintain a sober lifestyle after they leave.

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What to Expect at Our Drug Rehab Facility

During inpatient residential rehab, you’ll meet with doctors and therapists one on one and in a group setting. We only have room for a few people to live at our facility at one time, which allows for plenty of individualized treatment and care.

We know that every client who comes through our doors is unique, so we treat them as such. We are committed to capping enrollment in our program so that every patient at Wellness Retreat Recovery gets the individual care they need to recover.

Treatment at Wellness Retreat Recovery starts with a professionally supervised detox to guarantee our clients a comfortable and safe experience when clearing their minds and bodies of substances.

Detox can cause significant physical and emotional symptoms for a patient so we do everything we can to minimize these unpleasant side effects of detoxification. Before beginning the detox process, each patient will undergo a thorough physical and mental assessment. This allows our team to rule out any underlying causes that contribute to the effects of detox.

 

Addictions Treated at our Facility

If our team does identify any underlying medical conditions, they are treated as part of the detox. It is vital that physical and emotional conditions separate from drug or alcohol addiction be treated alongside substance dependence, in order for patients to achieve optimum well-being in every aspect of their lives.

Some underlying medical conditions can complicate the detox process, so we make sure to identify them if they exist, and treat them effectively. At Wellness Retreat Recovery, we treat patients for dependence on:

 

Alcohol Amphetamines Barbiturates
Benzodiazepines Cocaine/Crack GHB
Heroin Inhalants Ketamine
Marijuana MDMA Methamphetamine
Opiates PCP Prescriptions

 

Once a patient has gone through acute detox, which usually lasts up to a week, they will begin to go to group sessions and meet with their own personal doctor and therapists. Therapeutic activities will be introduced as appropriate, such as gentle yoga and art classes.

At Wellness Retreat Recovery, we emphasize whole-patient recovery. In addition to individual therapy and group process therapy, patients will participate in holistic therapies as well as evidence-based programs. Our staff understands that every client is different and responds differently to therapies and programs, which is why 12 step recovery programs are offered but not mandatory for patients at Wellness Retreat Recovery.

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The Treatment Process

Patients have different reasons for turning to drugs, so it’s essential to take a personalized approach to drug rehab. Many types of treatment are available to people struggling with substance use disorder.

The main components of drug rehab include detoxing, therapy, and pain management. Research has shown that a combination approach that includes medication and therapy leads to the most successful outcomes. Treatment professionals can help guide people in deciding on substance abuse treatment.

 

Medical Detox

It can be dangerous for a patient to attempt detoxing independently, especially if they are a long-time substance user. Additionally, the painful symptoms may be enough to cause the patient to return to drug use.

In rehab, patients can undergo medical detox, which provides prescription medication to help them get through detox without severe symptoms. Getting through detox with professional care and comfort makes it more likely that the patient will succeed and be able to move on to the next steps of drug rehabilitation.

 

Psychotherapy

Addiction therapy is essential for patients. It helps them identify why they turned to drugs to understand their addictive behavior patterns and find new coping methods.

Individual therapy allows patients to meet with a therapist to discuss their challenges and work through their emotions. Group therapy can help patients meet others going through similar circumstances and learn from their experiences.

Family therapy can also be beneficial. During family therapy, patients and their families can talk openly and honestly about how drug addiction has impacted their relationships. A therapist can help patients reconnect with their families and find new ways to move forward.

 

Support Groups

Support groups are another essential component of recovering from addiction. However, support groups can go beyond 12-step programs like Alcoholics Anonymous. Group therapy also provides people with support from their peers as they recover from substance use disorder.

Throughout the treatment process, clients will have access to their therapists and clinical team. Prior to finishing the program, establishing an extensive continuing treatment plan is vital. Follow-up care is an essential part of recovery once someone leaves residential treatment.

Our staff helps to create individualized, comprehensive aftercare programs for patients. These aid in supporting the pursuit of long-term recovery once residential treatment concludes.

 

The Benefits of Inpatient Treatment at Wellness Retreat Recovery

Inpatient residential treatment has a number of proven benefits that help addicts and alcoholics to achieve long-term sobriety. If you are looking for drug rehab in California, inpatient residential treatment has the most benefits. These benefits include:

  • Time away from the “real” world to focus on oneself
  • Distance from triggers – people, places, and things that may cause someone to use or drink
  • Intensive therapy to identify the root cause of any mental, emotional, or physical issues. And follow-up care to treat any identified core issues
  • Safety and comfort in an environment specifically created to deal with addiction or alcoholism
  • Around-the-clock assistance for any needs that arise for any patient
  • A safe environment to learn how to cope with issues without the use of drugs and alcohol
  • A supportive peer group of other addicts and alcoholics. Immersing in a recovering community creates accountability. And helps patients to develop social support networks that will benefit them once they leave treatment

There is no better way to tackle addiction than by attending inpatient residential treatment. It is the best way to put an addict or alcoholic on a strong path toward health and recovery. Entering inpatient treatment helps the patient to build a foundation of recovery; for example, immersive therapy and time dedicated to addressing core underlying issues and developing positive, healthy coping mechanisms to replace addictive behaviors.

At Wellness Retreat Recovery, our patients can expect the highest quality treatment. That’s because we offer care from world-class doctors, therapists, and clinicians in a beautiful location with luxury amenities.

 

Getting Treatment at Wellness Retreat Recovery

Our small treatment caseload ensures that every patient at Wellness Retreat Recovery receives the attention and time they deserve from staff members in order to effectively treat their addiction and meet all of their physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual needs while in treatment.

At Wellness, our inpatient program combines the best clinical and therapeutic care with pristine comfort and serene surroundings, for every addict or alcoholic who wishes to build a life of recovery from drugs and alcohol. If you or a loved one are ready to make the change and begin a new life of sobriety, success, joy, and peace through a luxury drug rehab in California, call us today for information and admissions at 1-855-762-3797.

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