Drug & Alcohol Addiction
in Chatsworth, California
Addiction can be deadly.
Addiction is powerful enough to wreak psychological and physical havoc. Addiction treatment is the process where one attempts to break out of the cycle of addiction.
It can be a challenge to treat addiction, considering it is a chronic disease, but with the assistance of addiction treatment professionals, sobriety is completely attainable.
Addiction treatment begins with the acknowledgment that your substance abuse has become dangerous and even potentially life threatening. Once an addict comes to this realization and is willing to receive addiction treatment, they can avail many treatment options that are now widely available.
If you are ready to seek treatment for yourself, or are looking for treatment for someone else, reach out to our residential treatment center in Chatsworth, California.
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Addiction Treatment Services
Which is Right for me?
Inpatient vs. Outpatient
Pros and cons for inpatient addiction treatment:
- Clients remain free from outside distractions of daily life
- Beneficial for treating severe addictions
- Length of programs vary, can last from twenty-eight days to six months
- Clients receive round the clock emotional and medical support
- Higher success rates
- More costly than outpatient treatment
- Clients live at the facility until the program lasts which can disrupt daily life
Pros and cons for outpatient addiction treatment:
- Clients stay in their homes but attend treatment sessions during the day or night
- This treatment procedure takes 10 to 12 hours per week and can last from three months to a year
- Makes social circle support accessible
- Clients can maintain a regular daily routine alongside their treatment
- More cost-efficient
- Lower rate of success
- Focuses more on treating mild addictions
- Best as a follow up to inpatient rehabilitation
Every person’s addiction is different, therefore inpatient rehab is suitable for some but not others. When choosing whether to pursue inpatient or outpatient, it’s important to consider all of your options before making a decision. Most people do benefit from removing themselves from their normal routine for a period of time to pursue inpatient rehab, which allows them to separate from drugs & alcohol in a safe place.