Drug Rehab


Ending Your Drug Addiction Today

Drug addiction is thankfully now referred to as, Substance Use Disorder (SUD). The disorder takes the wheel in people’s lives and runs each and every aspect of it. Due to the high level of varied treatments, stress is subsiding in regards this nationwide issue. A vast range of treatments are now offered, thanks to addiction field researchers and specialists. Individuals experiencing the pain and powerlessness of living with a substance use disorder now have a solution to the issue.

Signs of Substance Addiction

There are many definite warning signs that you or someone impacted with addiction will display. Relating to all of the following signs are not required concerning problems with addiction. In fact, relating to even one of the signs presented could signal that substance addiction is a problem and that professional help is needed. The signs of substance use disorder are:

  • When using substances, you find difficulty with controlling the amount you use.
  • Continuing substances use until all substance have been consumed or all resources are used in order to get the substance(s).
  • It is uncommon for you to use substances in a social setting, rather you prefer to use by yourself.
  • You have attempted to manage your use or even quit altogether and have much trouble doing so.
  • You are able to spend a short amount of time substance free and in control, but inevitable you lose control and your use becomes much worse.
  • You often have feelings of guilt or shame around using substances.
  • You work to keep your substance use secret from loved ones, co-workers and family.
  • You struggle with financial stability due to spending your money on substances rather than common necessities.
  • Using takes top priority to your other commitments and you neglect your responsibilities.
  • You often cancel or miss important appointments or gatherings.
  • You have built a tolerance and have to consume more of a substance to produce a like effect.
  • You frequently experience withdrawal symptoms when going an extended amount of time without substances.
  • You need substances in order to function each day.
  • Your overall health seems to be suffering from your substance use.
  • People close to you have expressed concern to you about your using.
  • You lack interest in hobbies and favorite activities.
  • You have been dishonest to others for the ability to receive money for your substances.
  • You have done things out of character in order to use.

This list of warning signs is not exhaustive, as substance use afflicts greatly on every area of a person’s life. If you are familiar with any of the signs listed above or feel that the presence of addiction is in your life or the life of a loved one, please call now to get the help you need (707) 562-2008.

Starting Rehab for Drug Treatment

Treatment for substance addiction are individualized by design and tailored to meet a persons evaluated needs. The evaluation categories include by areas such as, psychiatric wellness; substance use patterns and history; social and family aspects; co-occurring disorders as well as any ongoing or present medical issues. Evaluations are designed like this in order to provide the most effective and quality treatment, enabling people to grow away from the life of addiction and into a sustainable, productive life in recovery. Although the journey to recovery away from substance addiction won’t be a walk in the park, a life in recovery from addiction is worth every second of the battle. Assuredly, addiction rehabilitation center offers many services as well as a non-exclusive range of addictive substances. Drug rehab can help with your addiction regardless of the substance you use.

Club Drugs


  • Ecstasy; MDMA
  • Rohypnol
  • Ketamine
  • Methamphetamine
  • Cocaine
  • GHB
  • Hallucinogens; PCP; LSD
  • Inhalants

Young adults use club drugs at parties, bars, concerts and nightclubs. The use of club drugs may lead to more serious issues, including addiction. Club drugs range on a broad spectrum including variations of stimulants, hallucinogens, depressants, synthetic psychoactive drugs and dissociative drugs. These drugs are very dangerous to a person’s wellness. Many of the club drugs affect a person’s physical ability to regulate temperature. This ultimately leads to an increase in body temperature that occasionally results in kidney, liver, heart failure and even death. Similarly, long-term these drugs disrupt the communication of neurotransmitter systems, through the brain and spine. This disruption affects a brains ability to regulate moods, sleep, perceive sensory, psychical temperature, control muscle and much more. Additionally, long term effects resemble: a loss of memory, anxiety, depression, social withdrawal and suicidal thinking. Treatments are provided that are aimed at addressing these drugs specifically. Addressing club drugs and the overall impact of the use, we are able to help speed up the process of healing through providing quality and effective addiction treatment.

Prescription Drugs


  • Narcotic pain relievers
  • Benzodiazepines
  • Stimulants
  • Muscle relaxers
  • etc.

The abuse and misuse of prescription drugs refers to using prescription drugs without having a prescription, using medications in ways other than it is prescribed or taking prescriptions for the ability to experience any elicit feelings. Prescribed medications, such as pain relievers, central nervous system depressants and stimulants have mind-altering properties and are commonly abused and misused. The consequences resulting from prescription drug abuse has continued to worsen by the following: an increase of emergency room visits, admissions to treatment as well as increased deaths due to overdose.



Heroin is highly addictive and a very dangerous opioid drug. The repercussions of using this dangerous drug extend much beyond the individual using. The strong impact of heroin drug use is felt nationwide. It is identified as one of the top issues from drug abuse. The effects heroin use has on the life of an individual, is detrimental and often times fatal. Some of the long- term effects of heroin use are:

  • Collapsed veins
  • Abscesses
  • Bacterial infections
  • Liver and kidney disease
  • Infection of heart lining and valves
  • Arthritis and other rheumatologic problems
  • Risk of other infectious diseases

Continual heroin use does change the physical and physiological structure of the brain. This change creates long-term imbalances that are difficult to reverse in the hormonal and neuronal systems. However much similar to other chronic diseases, heroin addiction is treatable. As a leading center for treatment we confidently offer a multi-facet of techniques and therapeutic style methods. These techniques and methods are contiguously followed by a medically assisted process of detoxification. Through careful analysis of an individual’s medical as well as history with substance abuse, we are able to evaluate, while utilizing techniques to uncover any hidden physical and psychological difficulties.

Your Health and Wellness

Drug addiction will distress a person’s physical wellness and it is the cause for many negative effects on one’s health. The hard consequences derived from substance abuse can severely cripple one’s mind and body. Often, the health effecting consequences require professional assistance and medical intervention. Drug addiction interrupts one’s balance and productivity in life, as a result of chemicals in the brain changing and over brain damage. The results of chemical alteration in the brain often times includes: difficulty with memory, decision making and attention.

Recovery from Drug Addiction

An individual’s normal psychological functioning can take several months to even years to return. With proper and effective treatment this process may go quicker. At rehabilitation addiction center we offer a quality care, from medical staff to the environment in which you will begin your recovery. In addition to effective addiction treatment for psychological, behavioral and physiological components, you will have the support that you will need in order to be successful and have lifelong recovery from your addiction. To obtain more information on how to get your recovery started today, call us at (707) 562-2008. You may also fill out the contact form provided and we will be in contact with you soon.