San Diego Drug Addiction Treatment & Drug Rehab Programs
At Hope Canyon Recovery, we understand that you may feel your drug use is out of control and there’s no one who can help you. But with proper drug addiction treatment, support and guidance, it’s never too late to begin your recovery journey. Regardless of how you got to where you are today, our holistic approach to drug rehab can help you achieve your goal of long-term sobriety.
Our drug addiction treatment center in San Diego offers medically assisted detox that helps you manage withdrawal symptoms at the start of your drug rehab program. As you progress further, you benefit from evidence-based therapies such as cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing and trauma-based therapy. You learn positive coping skills, boost your motivation and change behaviors that stand in the way of your recovery. We can help you beat your drug addiction!
Ideal Setting For Recovery
Our drug rehab center in San Diego is ideal for getting away from the things that stand in the way of your recovery from drug abuse – such as peer pressure, relationships that cause stress and access to drugs. At our facility, you avoid all these things and focus on the treatment and healing that you need to stop using drugs.
We also provide relationship and family counseling because we understand that support from your loved ones can be important to your long-term recovery. Strained relationships can be healed and strengthened during recovery and help you in the years to come.
Signs You Need Drug Addiction Treatment
- It takes higher doses to get you high.
When you use drugs for an extended period of time, your body builds up a tolerance to the substance – which means it takes more of the drug to get the same effect. If you find that you’re using in larger doses, or more frequently, your addiction is getting stronger, and you also put yourself at risk of an overdose.
- Previous attempts to quit have not succeeded.
If self-help groups or even an out-patient treatment program have not been able to help you stop using drugs, your addiction may be stronger than you realize and you may need the more structured, controlled environment of a medically assisted detox program and residential treatment.
- You have problems with your physical or mental health.
Drug use takes a toll on your body and your brain. Many drugs can cause mental health issues such as depression, anxiety and other issues. And the physical effects can range from mild to severe, depending on the drug and how long you’ve been using. If you notice these changes, you should consider seeking addiction treatment.
- Your addiction is fueled by a mental health disorder.
It’s not uncommon to have mental health issues along with your addiction to drugs. If you use drugs to help you cope with uncomfortable feelings and emotions, you should seek treatment for these “co-occurring disorders” that contribute to your addiction.
- Your main focus in life is on drugs.
If you stop spending time on the things you used to enjoy, such as relationships or activities, it’s a sign that your addiction is taking over your life. The stronger your addiction becomes, the more you focus on the drug while other things become less important. If much of your energy is focused on how and when you’re going to get more drugs, that’s a sign that you need treatment.
Residential Vs. Outpatient Drug Treatment
When you enter a drug rehab residential program, you live full-time at one of our facilities with supervision and support from our team members. During your stay, there is a planned regimen of care that strictly adheres to your personalized residential treatment program.
An outpatient program is an option if you need the freedom to go to work or take care of your family while receiving drug addiction treatment. Outpatient rehab is less intensive; you won’t spend every moment in treatment, but rather at set times throughout the week.
Drug Addiction Treatment That Works
Whichever drug rehab program is right for you, it will be designed to help you overcome addiction to substances, including:
- Gateway drugs
- Prescription drugs