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Alcohol Treatment - Los Angeles

by James Heller 27. May 2009 11:53
Alcohol treatment in Los Angeles is easy to find since there are literally hundreds of facilities to choose from.  So there are only 2 things that delay a person with alcohol dependence from entering treatment.  First is the question of where to get alcohol treatment.  Second, the individual must make the decision to do it.

Why choose the alcohol treatment center before making the decision? With so many to choose from, it is important to find a facility that offers integrated behavioral healthcare.  Many alcoholics enter treatment with additional medical and mental health issues.  A facility that provides integrated behavioral healthcare staffs professionals who treat medical and co-occurring mental health problems so alcohol treatment can be worry-free.

The facility chosen should also provide all of the services necessary to recover from alcohol dependence.  Alcohol detox in Los Angeles is ideal when it is available in the same building as residential and outpatient alcohol treatment, or when facility-provided transportation is offered between buildings.  Otherwise, feeling “well” after detox may tempt the alcoholic to drive home and discontinue further critical treatment.

Those who have struggled with recovery may need help with alcohol cravingsMedication Assisted Treatment can help patients to focus on recovery during and after treatment rather than the physical desire to drink.

Additionally, the cost for 30 days of alcohol treatment in Los Angeles ranges from very low to about the price of a sports car.  Weighing the services and prices often scares those who need alcohol treatment so much that the feeling of “what’s the use” or “I’m okay for now” puts an end to the search.  One way to avoid these feelings is to focus on treatment and basic needs, and not luxury and location.

Once the facility is chosen it minimizes a great deal of the angst involved with entering alcohol treatment.  Of course there are other factors that enter into when an alcoholic calls for help.  But knowing where to go at that time can eliminate delays in getting treatment.

Tarzana Treatment Centers staffs professionals in medical and mental health to provide integrated behavioral healthcare.  Patients in our alcohol detox units transfer directly to residential or outpatient treatment within our central facility, or we transport them safely in a company van.  

Vivitrol is a medication used to treat alcohol cravings.  Tarzana Treatment Centers offers Vivitrol injections as a part of our alcohol treatment program.  Our goal is to provide all of the services necessary to assist you in achieving long-term sobriety.

Finally, Tarzana Treatment Centers makes every effort to provide the highest quality, comprehensive alcohol treatment without overburdening you financially.  We accept most insurance policies, and our Assessment and Referral staff will verify your coverage so you don’t need to.  For the comfort and convenience we offer, the cost is very affordable.

For more details on our alcohol detox and treatment programs, please call 888-777-8565 or contact us here.

Southern California Locations for Alcohol and Drug Treatment
Tarzana Treatment Centers has locations all over Southern California in Los Angeles County and Orange County. Other than our central location in Tarzana, we have facilities in Lancaster in the Antelope Valley, Long Beach, in Northridge and Reseda in the San Fernando Valley, and in Santa Ana.