Luxury Drug Rehab

Luxury Drug Rehab

Drug abuse is prevalent in the greater Los Angeles. During the 2009 to 2010 fiscal year, 60,629 Los Angeles residents were admitted to public treatment centers for some sort of alcohol or drug addiction problem. In 2008, drug offenses accounted for the majority of felony arrests in Los Angeles County. In fact, 40,928 felony arrests and 34,312 misdemeanor arrests during the 2008 year were alcohol or drug related.

The View provides luxury drug rehab for clients. Our facility is located near the hills of Brentwood. Our services include detox and stabilization, letting clients overcome withdrawal symptoms and transition into a life without addiction. Our treatment approaches are tailored to each client's background and help address drug-related medical, psychiatric, and social problems. If you are looking for help, give us a call at (877) 310-4343 today.

Overcoming Drug Withdrawal at The View

Withdrawal symptoms vary based upon the type of drug used. Heroin users may notice withdrawal symptoms within twelve hours of the last dose. With other drugs, such as benzos, withdrawal symptoms can happen within one to four days. Symptoms of drug withdrawal can include flu-like symptoms, dizziness, anxiety, and depression.

During their first twenty-four hours at The View, clients can get prescribed medications from a doctor to help deal with their withdrawal symptoms. Our caring and professional staff provide around-the-clock nursing care, making sure that clients have an invaluable degree of comfort and safety during the initial stages of sobriety.

Drug Recovery at The View

At The View, we begin with a process of detox and stabilization as we progress into each client's therapeutic process. We provide clients with individual therapy, group psychotherapy, and stress reduction groups. Other treatment options include massage, meditation, and yoga to help clients reflect and focus on their recovery. How long should drug recovery take? Individuals progress through treatment programs at various rates. However, good outcomes are contingent upon treatment length.

During the intake, we take the time needed to address each client's unique background and history. We want to understand what treatments worked as well as the ones that didn't. Past relapses are considered part of the recovery process, not a failure to recover. Relapse is best seen as a series of setbacks in the recovery process. Understanding each client's background helps us devise a treatment plan that meets each individual's needs.

Learn More About What Makes The View Different

The View's boutique 6-bed facility lets each client gets the individualized treatment that they need. We also provide a wide array of therapeutic programs that can be tailored to the client's unique needs. Give us a call at (877) 310-4343 to get started on the road to recovery today.