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California Addiction Treatment Resources

Many people in California are victims of drugs and alcohol. About 8% of Californians met the criteria for drug and alcohol addiction. However, only 10% of them got help for it. It’s hard to deal with a substance use disorder because it’s lonely. At our center, we’re a family that works together to overcome the bonds of addiction. The bond between our compassionate staff and patients is stronger.

A substance use disorder is a complicated “condition in which there is uncontrolled use of a substance despite harmful consequence”. This definition from the American Psychological Association (APA) reveals that a substance use disorder is a medical condition. They need medical assistance regardless of how they arrived.

In the meantime, we want to do our best to help every person in California suffering from a substance use disorder. Learn more about California addiction treatment resources that can help you overcome addiction or help a loved one who is suffering.

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How To Choose the Best Rehab in California

Battling a substance use addiction alone is an uphill fight. To overcome a substance use disorder you need the best rehab in California. You need a family that extends beyond blood that works every day to overcome substance dependence together. Ask yourself these questions before choosing the facility to kickstart your recovery:

Have you already gone through a detox program?

The first step down the path of recovery is going through a detox protocol. A sub-acute detox program like ours eliminates the toxins left behind by substance abuse. It’s necessary to choose a facility with a detox program before treatment to get rid of any traces of drugs and alcohol from the body. The process is typically uncomfortable and can be deadly without medical supervision.

Is this your first time attending an addiction detox and treatment center?

People who have tried a detox program or treatment before only to relapse need a long-term solution. Residential treatment is the best option for those who want the best chance at lasting recovery. It removes external triggers and lets residents focus 100% of their energy on recovery. Even if it’s the first time at an addiction treatment and detox center, it may be worth it if you can spend longer than a month away from home.

What kind of facility would you like to attend?

We think it’s extremely important to be inclusive. Not every facility can say the same. Around 2 million Americans identify as transgender in the United States. We accept every person who wants to achieve sobriety, whatever gender they prefer or don’t prefer to identify with.

Do you suffer from a mental illness?

If you’re a victim of substance abuse, you likely have a mental illness. Statistics reveal that half of the people with a substance use disorder meet the criteria for mental illness. This is called a co-occurring disorder or dual diagnosis. If so, you need to choose a facility that has a diverse selection of therapy programs. Cognitive behavioral therapy and dialectical behavior therapy can stop the cycle of substance abuse.


Mental Health Resources

Only 36.9% of adults in California with a mental illness get treatment. We know that victims of a substance use disorder can achieve sobriety by making their mental health a priority. Californians can use these resources to uncover the underlying cause of their addiction.

  • National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) California – NAMI helps over 20,000 Californians struggling with mental illness every year. They work to connect residents of California with free and affordable mental health services.
  • California Medicaid – This chapter of Medicaid helps residents of California that have low incomes, can’t work because of mental illness, elderly, or are pregnant. Medicaid covers many mental health services or offers help to fund them. This program is also known as Medi-Cal. Residents can apply for a credit card with deferred interest.
  • California 211 – People in California can dial 2-1-1 to get connected with health and human services around the clock.
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How To Pay For Detox and Treatment

The Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act of 2008 makes it illegal for insurance companies to discriminate against those with a mental health disorder or substance use disorder. It’s likely that your insurance might help cover a portion of the services we offer. It all depends on the policy. PPO policies usually help with out-of-network coverage.

Personal loans and financing are other ways to pay for detox and treatment. We believe that everyone should be able to afford quality drug and alcohol addiction programs. Investing in long-lasting sobriety is always a good investment. We’re always happy to help you figure out a finance plan.


Long-Lasting Sobriety Starts Here

These resources can help you decide how to unlock the shackles of addiction. At Key to Recovery, our goal is to come up with a personalized solution that lasts for every single patient.

The fact that you’ve reached this page shows you want a long-term solution to a complex problem. We provide patients the right tools to empower them for the rest of their lives. Contact us now to rebuild your life with a family that will be with you every step of the way.

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At The Key to Recovery, our mission is greater than initial sobriety. Our goal is to empower our clients with the tools and motivation they will need for the rest of their lives. We operate 24/7. So, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We’ll get back to you as soon as possible with the information that you need.
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DETOX & ADDICTION RECOVERY IN CALIFORNIA

The Key To Recovery offers an affordable, comfortable setting for you or a loved one to begin recovery. We encourage you to reach out to us 24/7.

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We Accept Most Insurances

We accept most major insurance companies. We accept other forms of payment to make treatment affordable for yourself or a loved one.