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New Residential Drug and Alcohol Treatment Program Launched in Orange County
In Southern California alone, there are hundreds of “Recovery Treatment Programs” or “Drug and Alcohol Rehabs.” Southern California has been ranked the second most popular place in the United States for individuals to seek help, for their drug and alcohol addictions. You have a choice when it comes to women’s drug and alcohol treatment programs in Orange County.
Quail Hill Recovery Center for Women recently was granted the status of a Residential Treatment Program by the State of California. Founder and operator Rita King stated: “there just aren’t enough programs for women facing addiction, let alone really good ones.” And with that she launched into her journey several years ago by opening a 3500 square foot tuscany style home for women’s sober living. “From there we have just grown in to different dynamics, and now with Dr. Gellis on board, we are able to offer better services such as group and individual therapy.”
With a beautiful environment, that is without a doubt safe and serene, coupled with a top-knotch staff, there is truly no better place to offer the beginning stages of recovery from drugs and alcohol for women. Quail Hill Recovery Center for Women is setting new standards for residential rehab programs in Southern California.
Data gathered by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration show as much as 47 percent of the people discharged from alcohol and drug treatment centers successfully completed their treatment programs in 2006. While different factors, such as types of services provided and the type of problem being treated influence the results, the quality of….
You don’t have to drink to suffer from alcoholism, according to Al-Anon, a self-help recovery program founded in 1951 for families and close friends of alcoholics. Those closest to an alcoholic are deeply affected by the disease of alcoholism — emotionally, spiritually and physically. Although the root of their problem is not always easy to….
Does your child get drunk? How do you know? Do anyone else’s kids drink? Think it can’t happen to you? Maybe you don’t have adolescent children, but you drive on the roads here. Do you want a drunken teenager coming at you in the left lane? This is your issue too. Every day 4,500 young….
With the increase in the number of dug addicts, there remains a question like can drug abuse be cured? The good news is that drug addiction can be completely treated and cured. Many of us consider that drug addiction is only prevalent in the low-income groups, or in those who do not have a proper….
Alcoholics Anonymous helps local man find sobriety, happiness Tom has been sober for 27 years, but the road to recovery was far from easy. “It’s still one day at a time,” he said. “The only person that can say you’re an alcoholic is the person themselves.” Every day is a struggle. “I will always been….
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