One of the main roadblocks that often prevents people from seeking residential treatment is not having a post-inpatient plan. Our intensive outpatient program addresses this issue head-on. Contact our Los Angeles outpatient rehab today by calling 833.514.0579 to learn more about our outpatient treatment options.
Take The Next Best Step
All psychoactive substances, especially those that affect dopamine, carry some risk of addiction. Since addiction can lead to physical dependence, psychological dependence, and combinations of the two, seeking an additional level of care in a partial hospitalization program can be life-saving.
At Avedis Recovery, the following programs take place in our home-style residential treatment center:
- Inpatient drug treatment
- Partial hospitalization
We now know that many opioids, benzodiazepines, and other prescription medications taken in exact accordance with a doctor’s recommendations will likely result in physical dependency over time. When you struggle with an addiction, a partial hospitalization program in Tarzana, CA, can provide the support, resources, community, and guidance that patients need to recover fully and regain control of their lives.
Addiction Treatment Starts Here
The health and interpersonal consequences alone are not enough to discourage a chemically dependent person from using drugs and alcohol. The desire to quit is not enough without the right environment and the right people. Every person on this earth is doing the best they can to live a full life, but some of us get lost in drugs and alcohol along the way. Our dedicated, experienced staff has a diverse array of experiences and takes pride in their ability to connect with others and help guide them in recovery.
Using mind-altering chemicals to feel normal changes brain chemistry over time. When the brain’s distribution of feel-good chemicals gets disrupted, this makes it harder for people to feel joy from the things that should bring them to life. The sooner a person begins the addiction recovery process, the sooner they can start to enjoy the things they once loved.
Post-Detox Partial Hospitalization
Our partial hospitalization program (PHP) at Avedis Recovery is a residential mental health and substance use disorder treatment program for adults who are in need of structured, compassionate, psychological support and relapse prevention. This level of treatment goes a step beyond outpatient or sober living programs. Patients who have recently completed our inpatient detox program often find that our partial hospitalization program can serve as a stepping stone back to the realities of everyday life outside of treatment while still providing the following:
Avedis’ Partial Hospitalization Program
Avedis Recovery offers more options than a traditional behavioral health center. Our partial hospitalization options address a wide range of mental health and addiction concerns. We take pride in helping people find the motivation to lead healthier, more connected lives. In your transition from inpatient detox to inpatient partial hospitalization, our therapists can assist in the treatment of mental health conditions, including the following:
- Clinical depression
- Post-traumatic stress disorder
- Anger management issues
- Anxiety and panic attacks
- Childhood trauma
- Dissociative disorders
- Social anxiety
- Seasonal affective disorder
- Sleep disorders and insomnia
During your inpatient PHP treatment at Avedis Detox, our dedicated clinicians, therapists, and counselors will introduce you to evidence-based drug addiction rehabilitation practices to help with stress management, life skills, and conflict resolution.
What Types of Addiction Do You Treat?
At Avedis we treat addiction to stimulants, opioids, and sedative-hypnotics. These addictive substances, especially when combined and taken in increasing amounts, can cause overdose and death.
The majority of our patients are recovering from some combination of these profoundly addictive drugs:
- Cocaine, amphetamine, and other stimulants
- Fentanyl, oxycodone, and other opioids
- Alcohol, benzodiazepines, and other sedative-hypnotics
Addiction is caused by genetic, environmental, and personal factors. Symptoms of addiction include loss of control, continued use despite consequences, chronic patterns of relapse, and progressive drug use. Using addictive drugs over time causes changes in the brain’s biochemistry, making it harder to experience joy without the use of drugs. While many of these changes can be repaired over time, extreme changes in life choices, thought patterns, and coping skills are required.
Find a PHP in Los Angeles
If overcoming addiction on your own hasn’t provided the results you want, contact Avedis Recovery in Los Angeles online to learn about our residential detox and partial hospitalization programs.