Top Rated Drug Rehab For Residents of Los Alamitos

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When you decide that your drug use has gotten out of control, or you feel you need help to get your life back, entering a rehab facility is the practical next step. At Muse Treatment, we have inpatient rehab, which is around-the-clock care in a safe and comfortable environment for a minimum of 30 days, and can last for as long as you need. In this time, we will guide you through detoxing from drugs or alcohol and get to know what you want to achieve in rehab. We have different programs, therapies, and social gatherings you can join, and we will help you choose the path that is right for you.

Muse Treatment is the top-rated outpatient drug rehab for residents of Los Alamitos, California. If you contact us, we can walk you through what you will need to do to enter one of our programs. If you have any questions about detox, rehab, therapy, payment plans, or anything else, we are happy to help.

To begin rehab, you first have to complete a detox program. Depending on the drug, the length and method of use, and other genetic and biological factors, your withdrawal symptoms can range from mild to severe. We offer a medically assisted detox, providing safe doses of prescription medications to help you through your detox as comfortably as possible.

After detoxing, you will enter the inpatient rehab program. We utilize several different therapy options, like individual (one-on-one) therapy, group therapy, and behavioral therapies like cognitive behavioral therapy or rational emotive behavioral therapy. Every person is different, so when you are entering our facility, we will interview you and screen for any mental illness or other factors that may affect what types of treatments we offer. This will help us formulate a customized plan just for you.

In Muse Treatment’s rehab center, you will have 24-hour access to medical and emotional support from our expert staff, hands-on career and life-skills training sessions, and structured, daily living. Our inpatient program takes place in a tranquil and welcoming environment where you can focus and work on your sobriety. Residential rehab will greatly reduce your risk of relapsing.

Heroin Rehab

Heroin is a highly addictive drug, popularized due to its euphoric highs and its relatively low cost. A person detoxing from heroin can experience serious withdrawal symptoms like fatigue, nausea, pain, and body aches, as well as a strong craving for the drug.

At Muse Treatment, our Medically Assisted Treatment Program (MAT) can make this process easier. Using medications like methadone and buprenorphine as maintenance medications, your cravings will subside without any of the euphoria heroin causes. Alongside other medicine that may be needed, this will stop the worst of the withdrawal symptoms without creating a new addiction. Therapy will be introduced at this time as well to help you deal with any emotions that may come up.

After MAT, we will transition you into a rehab program that has been created to suit your physical and emotional needs, your budget, and your interests. Because our treatment uses a “whole person” approach, you will have a better chance to move on and live a healthy, sober life.

Cocaine Rehab

Cocaine is a drug that is psychologically addictive. When you use cocaine, your brain’s dopamine levels rise but then fall quickly as the drug leaves your system. This “crash” causes a low mood, depression and tiredness, which many people remedy by taking more. Eventually this cycle will cause your brain to “forget” how to create dopamine on its own.

Detoxing from cocaine can cause you to feel depression, fatigue, irritability, paranoia, and restlessness. There are no medications that can treat cocaine addiction, but through medical detox you can be prescribed medications to help you deal with uncomfortable symptoms and help you sleep.

Because cocaine addiction is mainly psychological, the quicker you begin therapy the better. Our staff will be there to help you get through your detox as smoothly as possible, keeping you comfortable and safe until you are ready to transition to our rehab program.

Meth Rehab

Methamphetamine (meth) is a drug that causes dependency quickly. Coming down off meth can feel like a dramatic “crash”, which can last from a few days to a few weeks, causing depression, dehydration, nausea, tremors, sweating, fatigue, insomnia, and agitation.

At Muse, our medically assisted detox will help you through your detox with our 24-hour clinical care. We have a nurse practitioner onsite daily, and the head nurse is a certified addictions RN, so you will be safe and cared for at all times. The medications given will keep you as comfortable as possible through your detox, and our on-site counsellors will be there to help you work through feelings and trauma that may reveal itself as the drugs leave your system.

Once detox is complete, you can easily move on into our drug rehab programs, located in the same facility.

Why Choose Muse for Drug Rehab?

Once you have stabilized after detox, you will have the energy and clarity you will need to work on yourself. At Muse, our inpatient rehab program will give you access to therapies like cognitive behavioral therapy, EMDR, experiential therapy, one-on-one psychotherapy, group therapy, rational emotive behavioral therapy, and more. You will stay in a comfortable room, in our peaceful, community-oriented facility, and will find the time and space to work on yourself and your recovery.

At Muse, we know that every addiction is different, and we recognize that you are an individual with unique goals and needs. We have options that we can customize to fit your unique situation. Contact us to create a rehabilitation plan today.

If you or a loved one are struggling with addiction, call Muse Treatment Center today. Our expert addiction specialists are standing by ready to speak confidentially with you. Call (800) 426-1818 today.

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