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Couples Rehab for Residents of Westminster, CA
In an area as big and as densely populated as Los Angeles, including satellite cities like Westminster, California, there are going to be a lot of options for all of the types of services that people need. This includes health and wellness organizations, of which drug and alcohol rehab are a part. At Muse, we separate ourselves from other organizations through our high level of care, our affordability, and our dedication to recovery.
Just making the decision to get help for you or a loved one when it comes to substance abuse is a big step that may take several attempts. However, when you get there, our goal is to make the experience as stress free as possible. One of the ways we do this is by offering a large number of treatment options. This includes having couples alcohol and drug rehab programs.
If you’ve ever had a drink, smoked pot, or taken another drug recreationally, which is a large percentage of people when all added together, there’s a good chance you did it with a significant other. This is all well and good and a totally natural and normal situation. However, when it progresses into the realm of substance abuse, then it needs to be addressed. In some cases, couples rehab is a great fit, especially if two people have traveled the same road while abusing drugs or alcohol.
Couples rehab is available for residents of Westminster, CA, and the top notch professionals at Muse are ready to assist you in making a change in your lives together. Couples rehab, like any of our programs, does take commitment and in the end can often create even better synergy with that important person in your life.
If you and your spouse or partner are both struggling with substance abuse, Muse is ready to help. Alcohol or drug rehab can often be a long road but when traveled together the benefits often multiply. If you’d like to know more about our couples alcohol and drug rehab programs, call us today. Our counselors are ready to supply all of the information you need in order to choose what options are right for you.
Benefits of Couples Rehab
There are many benefits involved in couples rehab but there is a lot that needs to be assessed, too. Drugs or alcohol abuse can certainly damage a relationship, but how a person or couple is treated goes beyond that simple statement. Other than substance abuse, it is often good to take a look at the relationship itself and see if there are other issues that can be identified. Some things that are red flags that patients and therapists can try and discover when beginning to work on substance abuse issues include seeing if drug use or drinking is the only thing the partners enjoy doing together, does substance abuse lead to domestic violence on the part of one or both partners, do partners need to be drunk or high to demonstrate affection or talk about the relationship with their significant other, do either or both of the partners neglect common responsibilities, such as housework or childcare.
Once aspects of a relationship have been looked at a little more closely, couples can decide if they want to proceed with rehab together. Of course, it’s never a bad thing for anyone, whether they are in a relationship or not, to seek alcohol or drug rehab treatment, and at Muse we just want to ensure we are recommending and beginning a course of care that fits our patients’ needs the best. It’s often not getting sober that’s the hardest part, it’s staying sober that takes a lot of effort and we are always aiming to set our clients up for success, no matter whether they come to us in ones or twos.
Going through alcohol or drug rehab together can reinforce the loving nature of a relationship and provide the close support many people need in order to keep moving forward in their recovery. Our research has shown there are definitely benefits to couples being treated together in rehab. In one simple example, one member of a couple sees that the other is not drinking or using drugs, and they want to mirror that behavior. They also see their partner making an effort in treatment, and this inspires them to push through tough days themselves, too. Couples always have the option of taking part in as much individual treatment as they want, too, in order to address personal issues that may be part of the reason why they began abusing drugs or alcohol. Couples treatment, when committed to by both partners, can have just as many options as someone who is treated on their own at Muse. At some point, a couple may move on separately in their specific treatment, but still be progressing through rehab at the same time. This allows each person to grow as they need to while still supporting their partner by staying committed to a drug or alcohol rehab program. Much like an individual taking part in an alcohol or drug rehab program, each couple’s journey is going to be unique. As with all of our clients, Muse provides customized care for our couples, too.
Why Choose Muse for Spousal or Partner Rehab?
At Muse, each of our programs is designed to meet the specific needs of the participants. We want people to be secure in the knowledge that they’ve chosen the best option for spousal or partner rehab. Most importantly, when you choose Muse for any type of rehab, you get to work with an exceptional team of professionals who are all experts in their fields. We know that you can only be the best if you work with the best and we stick with that theory. Finally, we know that everyone is going to move forward in their recovery at their own pace. This doesn’t mean they’ll have relapses or setbacks, only that they might be ready to face challenges at different points in their journey. No matter how you and your partner progress through treatment, we will be there for both of you.
So if you’re ready to find out more about why you should choose Muse for spousal or partner rehab, give us a call. Our rehab counselors are ready to answer any questions you may have regarding couples rehab or any of our other programs.