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North Hollywood   /   San Fernando Valley  /   California

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Addiction in America: Why is Inpatient Needed?

Addiction, sadly, is a major issue in this country that millions of people have to deal with each day. Addiction is far wider spread than many people even notice. The face of addiction is changing and you may know more addicts than you even realize. That being said, in order to combat the changing face of addiction, the treatment also needs to change.

Over 23 million people in America fit the definition and standards of substance abuse. This is only those people that have sought help or that have been reported. Many professionals believe that the number is much higher. Addiction is not something to be ashamed of but rather, a medical condition that should be treated accordingly. The cycle of substance abuse is difficult to break, even when you have the help of a professional.

What might seem like a cut and dry treatment, is actually a complex method that needs to be tailored to each individual patient in order to make the most impact and have the biggest, overall, positive effect. Addiction is so much more than just a physical or chemical dependence on a drug or on alcohol. It is a way of life for most addicts and as such, it is important that the cycle is broken entirely in order to make a difference.

How might the cycle be broken? Inpatient treatment is the best way to do so. Removing the addict from the drug is not enough. In order for full rehabilitation and a limited possibility of relapse, addicts need to be removed entirely from the situations, the atmosphere, and the people that fostered the addiction in the first place. It is important that with any form of drug or alcohol addiction treatment, the addict is given the best chance at success, far away from what helped to build the addiction.

Inpatient is subversive, encompassing, and encourages the addict to grow, to change, and to break free from the cycle in a safe, and neutral place. Inpatient treatment is the addicts best chance at a full recovery so that they can go on to live the life they have always dreamed of.

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What to Happens at a Residential Inpatient Program

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Inpatient treatment is a way of life that encourages the addict to give up ties to the addiction that is weighing them down. For the most part, patients are checked in to detox or to deal with the symptoms of withdrawal following complete discontinuation of the use of the drug to which they are addicted. Medical professionals assist in this process administering care and medication to help combat the side effects of withdrawal.

After the patient is detoxed, they are given a course of treatment. This might include group therapy, individual therapy sessions, group exercises, as well as any physical treatment they require. Inpatient is a program where the patient is not allowed to leave the care facility and their visitors may also be limited to certain days and certain numbers of visitors. Inpatient focuses on learning what caused the addiction and working toward overcoming it fully and completely.

Inpatient treatment duration varies depending on what program is chosen, the level of addiction, and how well the patient responds to the treatment being administered. Treatment generally lasts for several months and may even span almost a year depending on the individual patient and the addiction that they are battling. Inpatient is thought to be one of the most effective forms of rehabilitation treatment that there is.

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Some of the unique therapies Victory Detox Center utilizes

  • Opioid/Opiate Prescription Drugs: Percocet (oxycodone), Vicodin/Norco (hydrocodone), Oxycontin, Morphine, Codeine, Dilaudid, Suboxone, Methadone etc.
  • Benzodiazepine addictions: Xanax (alprazolam), Valium (diazepam), Ativan (lorazepam), Librium (chlordiazepoxide), etc.
  • Opiate/Opioid Illicit Drugs: (heroin, and opium)
  • Illicit Street Drugs: cocaine, crack/cocaine, methamphetamine (crystal, meth, etc.), hallucinogenics (mushrooms, acid, etc.), marijuana and more
  • Club Drugs: spice, molly, MDMA (ecstasy), flakka, GHB, etc.
  • Alcohol Abuse: hard liquor, beer, and wine.

The Residential Inpatient Program at Victory Detox Center

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Victory Detox Center has a range of different services and treatment options that all work together to help rid our patients of their addiction. We work with holistic, traditional, and modern treatment options and give each patient an individualized treatment plan that works to help them the most. We encourage our patients to grow and to evolve and we strive to give our patients both excellent therapeutic care and physical care as well.

Our staff has years of combined experience and we offer state of the art equipment and facilities to give each patient the best chance at success and true healing possible. Our program is intensive and will positively challenge patients to make a change in their own lives and take charge of their future. We offer all range of support to help our patients be as successful as possible and to truly come out on the other side of addiction.

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A Southern California Inpatient Drug Rehab You Can Count On

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If you are looking for a treatment center near North Hollywood, Victory Detox Center is ready and waiting to change your life. We can help with all manner of treatment and can work with you or your loved one to find the treatment that is going to be the most effective, the most worthwhile, and the best suited to your particular needs. Make that first step towards recovery and contact Victory Detox Center 24/7 at (844) 814-3318We also provide a quick and convenient health insurance verification form for those with private PPO medical insurance.


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