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What Is Residential Treatment?

What Is Residential Treatment?

Drug addiction can be complicated– something you cannot expect to navigate on your own.
Whether you come to us after relapsing or as a first-time client, we treat you with the respect and compassion you deserve. Our Costa Mesa residential rehab center enable you to rejuvenate in a beautiful group home with access to all the recreational activities Costa Mesa offers. We understand your treatment requirements will likely not fit into a one-size-fits-all program. For this reason, we listen and work with you to come up with a residential rehab treatment plan that allows your specific addiction recovery to be successful.

Clients in Costa Mesa, CA choose our residential alcohol and drug programs for many reasons. We provide a full spectrum of care for individuals needing Medically Assisted Treatment (MAT) and long-term inpatient drug rehab.

We help you work towards a life after residential rehab. We also provide you with access to professional therapy for drug addiction and recovery. Whether you are dealing with co-occurring addiction issues or dual diagnoses, our counselors and therapists are prepared to help you confront your addiction and find healing.

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Residential Rehab Length

The length of stay required for each residential rehab client is based on several key factors.

First, the type of addiction a client has can affect the course of treatment. For some such as heroin addiction or meth addiction, the detox and drug rehabilitation will likely require intensive psychological counseling and participation in experiential therapies.

For others with certain prescription pill addictions, the residential stay may require less than 90 days.

While all residential rehab centers in Costa Mesa offer 30 days, 60 day and 90+ day programs, many experts within the addiction recovery field recognize anything less than 90 days inpatient rehab as insufficient.

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Residential Rehab 12-Step Programs

Choosing Opus Treatment for residential rehab gives you immediate access to support groups such as 12-Step programs.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is perhaps the most recognized 12-step program around the world. Built around the 12-steps, Alcoholics Anonymous provides members with a group of spirit-led principals designed to address the alcoholic’s compulsion to drink.

There are other 12-step programs such as Narcotics Anonymous (NA) that follow the same principals for abstinence as AA does. Participation in such support groups is often mandatory as the process encourages forward movement and marks an individual’s drug treatment success, bringing them much needed hope and accountability.

Residential Rehab for Chronic Relapse

Millions of individuals struggle with addiction each year. Opus Treatment understands the disease process and encourages those that have experienced drug addiction relapse to reach out to us for help.

Whatever the reason for relapse, we provide the same exceptional care for repeat clients. Many come to us expressing shame, guilt and anger following a relapse and we use this opportunity to help rebuild our client’s self-image and self-perception just as we do with our other clients.

We understand the emotional and physical challenges that come with relapse. Don’t wait to reach back out because you feel guilty. We are here to help bring hope and joy back into your life without judgment. At Opus Health our number one priority is the safety and security of our clients.

Opus provides one of the finest alcohol and drug recovery programs in Southern California, specializing in depression and co-occurring addictions. Located in Costa Mesa, CA our state of the art facility is proud serves clients from across America.

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