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Questions & Answers
General Substance Abuse Youth Services HIV/AIDS

Where are your services provided?
View all of our locations and maps throughout the Los Angeles County including the San Fernando Valley, Antelope Valley, and Long Beach.

Is Tarzana Treatment Centers accredited?
Yes. Tarzana Treatment Centers is fully licensed in California and accredited by the
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organization (JCAHO).

What is the first step to get help for addiction treatment?
The first step is contacting our assessment and referral offices at 888-777-8565. We can arrange a confidential assessment at no cost.

How can I pay for alcohol or drug treatment?
Tarzana Treatment Centers accepts most health insurance plans (including Medi-cal and Healthy Families), credit cards and other forms of payment. In specific cases, government benefits can contribute to the cost of payment.

What is the best form of treatment is best for me or for the member of my family?
Tarzana Treatment Centers offers a range of alcohol and drug treatment services from outpatient counseling to inpatient alcohol and drug detoxification. To determine what is appropriate for you or your family member a comprehensive assessment is necessary. Assessments are available at no cost.

What do your addiction treatment programs consist of?
Tarzana offers a variety of services including outpatient counseling, residential rehabilitation, inpatient or outpatient alcohol and drug detoxification, individual and group counseling, mental health and many other services. Our range of services are delivered by a team of experienced nurses, psychiatrists, art and recreational therapists, psychologists, physicians, certified alcohol and drug treatment counselors, and social workers.

What is an average day of alcohol and drug treatment like?
Of course, alcohol and drug treatment programs will vary for individual. However, TTC's treatment philosophy, which guides our alcohol and drug treatment programs, is in accordance with the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) "Principles of Effective Treatment". This set of principles reinforces the importance of each of these elements:

  • Professional comprehensive assessment
  • Patient Involvement in treatment planning
  • An appropriate schedule of private individual counseling, usually combined with group counseling and education
  • Orientation to and involvement in 12-step programs, including the involvement of a sponsor and frequent meeting participation
  • A balanced approach to related life challenges, such as employment, money management, physical exercise, opportunities for self-expression and integrity in personal relationships
  • A long-range plan for continuous aftercare, alumni and/or 12-step involvement

Do you have an alumni program?
TTC's Alumni Association is a fellowship available to anyone who has received treatment from Tarzana Treatment Centers. The Alumni Association meets weekly at each of the three sites to plan social, recreational and fund raising activities for themselves and current clients. The Alumni Association is supported by a staff liaison who advises the alumni's governing body, assists in the coordination of events and maintains communication between the association and the administration of Tarzana Treatment Center.

Do you treat depression, anxiety or other mental health disorders?
Many individuals with chemical dependency also experience complicating problems such as depression, anxiety or other disorders. From the assessment process and throughout alcohol and drug treatment, TTC's professionals are able to identify and provide treatment for these challenges. In many cases, mental health counseling and pharmaceutical approaches may be considered.

Is counseling available for family members of those seeking addiction treatment?
Yes. Tarzana Treatment Centers offers special counseling sessions geared toward family members, which focus on understanding addiction and various ways to support a person in recovery. Please contact us at 888-777-8565 regarding these types of services.

Where can I find information regarding substance abuse for myself or for someone I know?
Information on substance abuse can be found on our Resources Page.

Do you offer sober living or transitional housing as part of your alcohol and drug treatment services?
Contact us at 888-777-8565 or click here to contact us by email.

Do you provide alcohol and drug treatment for youth?
Yes. TTC provides a full range of treatment for youth (14-23), which includes Substance abuse prevention and counseling, mental health treatment, on-site schooling, arts and recreational programs, process groups, psycho-educational groups (Drug Education, Anger Management, Depression Management, Relapse Prevention), family support groups, family therapy, individual counseling, 12 step meetings, and step study. Our youth programs build on each youth's talents and strengths, while involving them in a collaborative treatment process. TTC is one of the few organizations to offer residential substance abuse treatment for minors (13-17), available at three locations. For more information on Youth Services, contact (818) 654-3950 or click on Youth Services.

For which issues do you accept youth into your programs?
We accept youth who:
  • Are not a danger to themselves or others
  • Have substance abuse or dependency disorders
  • Have mental health issues

Can you describe the staff that treat the youth in your programs?
TTC's youth programs consist of a diverse multi-disciplinary alcohol and drug treatment team that includes Psychiatrists, Licensed Clinical Psychologists and Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist, and Certified CD Counselors.

Do you accept all youth into your programs?
Because of our first commitment to the safety of our patients, we cannot accept youth who:
  • Have a history of, or propensity for, starting fires
  • Have a history of, or propensity for, being a sexual perpetrator
  • Are actively suicidal
  • Act out violently against others

What if I have HIV or other medical problems?
We recognize that substance users may be at considerably higher risk for, or are living with HIV, hepatitis, liver damage or other health challenges. We approach these issues in alcohol and drug treatment from medical and counseling perspectives. Our fully integrated health services, including a full range of HIV services, are available with substance abuse treatment—or as a separate service. For more information on our HIV Services, feel free to call our Reseda facility.

Where can I find information regarding HIV/AIDS?
Information on HIV/AIDS can be found on our Resources page.

Please visit our "Community Education" overview.