Opus Addiction Treatment Programs
Opus Treatment has several different programs specifically designed to assist you during your drug detoxification, inpatient drug rehab, and outpatient treatment programs, all available through Opus treatment. We understand that your addiction treatment for alcoholism may not follow the same recovery route as another’s, but the same basic principles exist in order for a meth treatment program to be successful. There are some drug addictions that are much more difficult to navigate than others, such as opiates and crystal meth abuse. We offer clients different treatment options. You may not need inpatient drug rehab, although most of our clients do. Perhaps outpatient drug rehab is a better fit for your type and level of addiction. The reality is that most of our clients check in as drug and alcohol detox patients, and transition on to inpatient drug rehab once the initial drugs are cleared from the body. The timeline of drug detox can vary from person to person. You may have been using for a long period and built tolerances to your drug of choice. Your experience in detox will differ from another who has become addicted to substances with lesser symptoms.
Many of our clients come to us without the basic life skills to prevent or lessen the likelihood of drug addiction from taking hold, contributing to current addiction level. Drug and alcohol addiction will change your personality, and cause basic behavioral changes that often lead to homelessness, unemployment, health issues and problems with the law. Because there are many drug addiction centers in Costa Mesa, our goal has always been to set ourselves apart as a preferred choice for addicts and their loved ones.
One of the first things you will notice about our inpatient drug and alcohol rehab programs is our unique approach. We believe that your body, mind, and soul all need nurturing while undergoing the stress of drug detoxification and alcohol withdrawal symptoms. We have developed our program over the years to give you access to support systems and therapies other treatment centers cannot.