Los Angeles Woman Grateful She Reached Out for Help from Muse Treatment
Asking for Help Is Difficult and Rewarding
A former client at Muse Treatment Center was so happy with her experience; she left a fervent 5-star review on Google.
“I’m so grateful this is where I ended up when I reached out for help,” Mariah wrote. “I was met with open arms from the staff from day one.”
Going “the Extra Mile”
Mariah came to our facility in the Westwood area of Los Angeles. She found immediate acceptance and expert help, with activities and programs focused on the best way for her to work toward sobriety.
“The staff at Muse goes the extra mile to make sure clients receive the help that they need,” she said.
Right away, Mariah noticed one of the elements of the Muse Treatment Center program that we’re proudest of: We don’t just treat our client’s addiction but focus on the whole person, examining underlying emotional issues that may have led to the client’s addictive behavior. In many cases of a substance use disorder, addiction is not the main problem but is merely a symptom of other issues that must be resolved.
We also try to make treatment as enjoyable as possible. We believe it’s essential to show recovering addicts they can still enjoy life without drugs or alcohol. The physical dependence on drugs or alcohol results from chemical changes in the brain, so the connection between taking drugs and feeling good is a hard one to break. That’s why, in addition to group and individual therapy, we help our clients to have fun.
“They have groups and outings that help both the physical and mental body,” Mariah wrote. “And they make sure that you are plugged in with support and game plan for long-term sobriety when you are discharged.”
A Long-Term Plan for Sobriety
Muse Treatment Center in Los Angeles offers a full range of residential and outpatient care, from drug and alcohol detox to long-term aftercare and continuing therapy. Just as addiction does not set in overnight but is a long-term process, so is sobriety. For Mariah, that was one of the most critical elements of treatment at Muse.
“If you need help but don’t even know what kind of help you need, this is the place for you,” she wrote.