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Addiction Treatment In Concord, California

Living in Concord, you have access to outpatient drug and alcohol treatment, medication-assisted treatment, and residential rehab programs.

You may need to travel to other communities in the Bay Area to access programs to meet your individual needs. Locate treatment that can help you stop using drugs or alcohol and build a strong recovery.

Alcohol And Drug Detox Programs

Before you can begin a long-term rehab program, you may need a detox program, which will help your body to cope with the physical symptoms of withdrawal.

Withdrawal from drugs and alcohol can be uncomfortable and challenging. Detox programs offer medical supervision and are designed to reduce withdrawal symptoms and make you as comfortable as possible while your body adjusts to being substance-free.

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Inpatient Addiction Treatment

Inpatient treatment programs, also known as residential rehab, offer a 24-hour secure, supportive, and substance-free environment. An inpatient program offers evidence-based therapy and other experiences that can help you to build sober living skills.

You can be part of a therapeutic community concentrating on your recovery as you receive an individualized treatment program. You can also participate in gender-specific treatment, and receive care for co-occurring physical and behavioral health needs.

Outpatient Treatment

If you’re living in a substance-free environment and can continue working while attending rehab, an outpatient program could be a beneficial choice.

Outpatient treatment programs can meet as infrequently as two to three days a week for an hour at a time. The more frequent the meetings, the more intensive the treatment. Outpatient programs combine evidence-based individual and group counseling with education and peer support.

Medication-Assisted Treatment

Naloxone, buprenorphine, and methadone are three FDA-approved medications that can help people recover from opioid use disorders.

Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) combines counseling and other forms of treatment with medication to help reduce drug cravings and promote healing. You can receive MAT as part of an inpatient or an outpatient treatment program. MAT is also available for alcohol use disorder.

Aftercare & Alumni Services

Recovery from substance use disorders is a complex, lifelong process. You can continue your recovery after you complete rehab through an aftercare program.

Alumni programs can keep you connected to the people you formed strong bonds with during rehab. You can choose the support you need, whether it’s group or individual therapy, or peer group support, in alumni or aftercare program.

Length Of Addiction Treatment

Some research conducted by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) shows that drug and alcohol treatment is most effective when it’s designed to meet your individual needs. Within this framework, you’ll find treatment programs that fit in common lengths, including:

  • 30-day programs
  • 60-day programs
  • 90-day programs
  • 120-day programs

How To Pay For Treatment

In California, most drug and alcohol treatment programs accept private insurance plans. The State of California also funds programs directly, and California MediCal plans also provide funds for inpatient and outpatient drug rehab programs.

You can also find programs that offer sliding fee scales based on the ability to pay, scholarships, and discounts for direct payment. Your family and friends may be willing to help to pay for your treatment. Investigate crowdfunding platforms to help you get the funds you need.

Substance Use Trends In Concord And Contra Costa County, California

Opioid prescriptions in Contra Costa County have been declining since 2016, but the county still had a high rate of emergency department visits (11 per 100,000) in 2018. Other facts include:

  • 82 people in Contra Costa County died from an opioid overdose in 2018.
  • In 2018, an additional 86 people were hospitalized for opioid overdoses in the county.
  • 16 percent of Contra Costa residents engaged in binge drinking in 2019 and 29 percent of auto crash deaths were alcohol-related.

The Nearest Vertava Health Treatment Center: Vertava Health Texas

Located just outside of Dallas, Texas, Vertava Health Texas offers many programs to help you recover from substance use disorders, including evidence-based and alternative therapies.

At Vertava Health Texas, you’ll live in a serene, healing environment with experiences that can help you recover and rediscover who you are. From equine therapy to an outdoor-based program, we’re ready to support you in your healing journey.

For more information, contact Vertava Health today.