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Chemical dependency is a persistent, advancing disease that invades and disturbs
all areas of a person’s life and affects more that 10 million Americans from
every walk of life.
Our inpatient setting is designed for teens and adults to undergo a safe detoxification
in a positive and comfortable setting. Our Medical Director, Duane Carmalt, MD,
has over 20 years experience in treating addiction. Patients receive alcohol and drug treatment and
guidance from highly trained staff of psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses, drug
and alcohol counselors, dietitians, and recreation therapists. The staff assesses
both the medical and emotional needs of each individual, and medical, psychiatric,
and psychological services are provided, as necessary. Medical and emotional stabilization
are key components of this program, along with making concrete plans for continued
treatment and recovery with the aid of case managers and program staff.
Patients are treated in our Alcohol and Drug Detox facilities for a variety of substance abuse addictions,
including: alcohol, cocaine, crack, ecstacy, marijuana, inhalants, methamphetamines,
opiates, stimulants, narcotics, hypnotics, muscle relaxers, and hallucinogens, as
well as co-occurring mental issues, chemical dependencies and other harmful drugs.
Patients receive education on addiction and recovery so that they can better understand
the process they are undergoing and make plans for continued treatment. The focus
is on early recovery, identifying relapse triggers, and learning strategies to cope
with these triggers. All patients, teens and adults, are introduced to the 12-Step
principles and how to integrate self-help programs into their recovery efforts.
We recognize addiction as a family disease and encourage the entire family to participate
in treatment whenever possible.
TTC provides detox service for the following substances:
We have offices
throughout Southern California in Tarzana, Reseda, Northridge, Lancaster, and Long
Beach. Our alcohol and drug treatment specialist and staff are ready to help you 24 hours a day, seven days
a week. Please contact us
for additional information.