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Opioid Addiction Treatment in California

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In 2018, approximately 10.3 million Americans abused opioids in the United States. Broken down, this translates to 9.9 million prescription opioid abusers and 808,000 heroin abusers. As severe and detrimental as this condition is, anyone can be treated for it. Whether you started using painkillers legitimately or turned to heroin during hard times, a structured, supportive approach can help you regain control over your life.

At Valley Recovery Center, we create a customized treatment plan for men that begins in our luxurious, serene environment and extends far into the future. Recovery is an ongoing process, and starting with detox and rehab in a clinic that targets treatment to your gender is the best first step along the journey.

If you or a loved one are addicted to opioids and need help now please call 1-866-381-5165 to speak with a counselor.

Knowing the Signs of Addiction

How to Know if Someone is Abusing Opioids?

If you’re worried that you or someone you love is struggling with a substance use disorder like an addiction to opiate drugs, several indicators point toward drug abuse. When it comes to street drugs such as heroin, any form of use is considered to be abuse. Very few people can take this drug occasionally, but if you do, it’s very likely to escalate. Addiction usually occurs within a few weeks of using heroin.

If you’ve been using prescription opiates like buprenorphine, drug abuse is categorized by taking the drug in any way other than as directed by a doctor. Taking higher doses of your medication or using the drugs more frequently than advised can lead to substance abuse addiction within a month. If you’re using opiate prescription pills that a doctor didn’t prescribe to you, the chances of developing a drug addiction are high.

Some signs it’s time to get help:

  • Financial troubles, problems at work and issues within your home life due to drug use
  • Preoccupation with obtaining opioids and getting high
  • Aiming to stop or take less but finding you can’t
  • Relying on the drugs to feel normal
  • Loss of interest in activities you used to enjoy
  • Mood fluctuations
  • Lack of personal hygiene
  • Extreme weight loss

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Preparing to Enter Treatment

The Benefits of an Opioid & Heroin Treatment Program in Southern California

The first stage of substance abuse treatment at Valley Recovery Center is assessment. A medical team with a specialization in addiction performs a checkup of your physical health, mental health, family history and history of substance use. They gather as much information as possible to construct a care plan personalized for your specific needs.


We assign you a caseworker who will have taken part in putting your plan together for your medication-assisted treatment and will work closely with you for the duration of your stay to make sure you’re happy and that the treatment program is working for you. If necessary, you’ll go through detox at our treatment facility, detoxification is the process in which your body purges harmful chemicals. You may require medication or psychological interventions to help ease the symptoms associated with withdrawal from illicit drugs.

Therapy & Relapse Prevention

We gradually taper you off the medication as you complete a treatment program of individual, group and holistic therapies. Therapy is a part of the recovery program, and helps you get to the bottom of why you started using drugs and the mental health issues, and encourages the development of new, healthy coping mechanisms to avoid relapse in the future. We act as a rehabilitation center for you, physically, mentally and emotionally. Aftercare is imperative, and you’ll work together with your caseworker to identify a long-term plan to enter into a new phase of life and sober living.

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Our Inpatient Opioid Addiction Rehab in California

When it comes to opiate addiction, you have treatment options, Valley Recovery Center believes clients do best within a residential setting. You can expect a variety of therapies including:

  • Individual therapy sessions
  • Group therapy sessions
  • Family therapy sessions
  • 12-step program participation
  • Psychoeducational lectures
  • Process groups
  • Art therapy
  • Music therapy
  • Mindfulness and meditation lessons
  • Yoga classes
  • Exercise and fitness classes
  • Nutrition services
  • Anger management therapy
  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy
  • Motivational enhancement therapy
  • Hypnotherapy

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Escape Addiction at Our California Opioid Rehab

Opiate addiction is dangerous, and withdrawal requires specific treatment services and medical care around the clock. Our grounds are stunning, and we have decorated each room to the highest standard. This extra level of luxury helps you feel at peace and at home when you’re at our residential treatment rehab facility.

Something else that makes our clinic stand out is the small intake. With only six men in each rehab program, our compassionate team has the time necessary to ensure each individual gets the care and attention they need. You’ll enjoy a busy schedule that includes three chef-prepared meals a day and leisure time in addition to your core treatment program.

Californians rely on Valley Recovery Center to provide opioid and heroin rehab services across the state. We serve these areas and many more at our addiction treatment center: Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Diego, Malibu, Orange County, Southern California.

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