Are you beginning to believe that your use of inhalants has gotten out of hand? We want you to know that there are more than a few people who have gone through the same circumstances.
That’s why we’ve developed this program here in Lancaster, California.
At our facilities, you will have access to world-class help. Whether you attend the inpatient programs or the outpatient programs, we will give you the tools you need. You can overcome this disorder.
Options for Inhalant Rehab in Lancaster, California
Once patients decide they would like to get help, we can begin the program. Before patients are allowed entry, we conduct an initial examination.
During this exam, we will determine if the patient needs to go through detox. Occasionally, users of inhalants can develop a dependency on the substance.
When they cease using the substance, it can wreak havoc on the body.
This is called withdrawal.
We will also conduct a thorough psychological examination during the intake procedures. Once all of this is finished, you will be transferred to our inpatient facility.
Inpatient Rehabilitation Services
Our inpatient program takes advantage of the latest research to give you the best chances of success.By the time you’ve entered the main building, you’ve already conquered withdrawal.
You should give yourself a pat on the back.
That is the most difficult part for most recoveries. During your stay, you will learn how to cope with more healthy mechanisms.
Most of this work will be done with your therapist in one-on-one sessions. Additionally, you can expect to build some friendships here as well.
Our group therapy sessions help you create new bonds with people that are also going through similar struggles.
Finally, we have an entire suite of holistic treatments available as well. Work with our staff members to discover which of these holistic treatments is the most effective for you.
Outpatient Rehabilitation Services
Of course, our outpatient rehab services are just as good. We’ve got nothing against that.
Thus, we created three individual levels of treatment available through our outpatient program.
Our most restrictive level requires patients to attend a total of 40 hours worth of rehabilitation services each week. At the least restrictive level, you only need to show up for two hours a week.
We recommend completing one of the other more intensive programs prior to enrolling in the least intensive one.
It is typically more suitable for people that are in the maintenance phase of recovery.
Levels of Outpatient Service by Restriction Level
- Most: 40 Hours a Week Over 5 Days
- Moderate: 18 Hours a Week Over 3 Days
- Least: 1-2 hours Each Week Over 1-2 Days
Family Learning and Support Center
Our family support Center is here to help any family mentor is interested in assisting their loved ones through the process of recovery.
Recovering from drug addiction is a team effort. Although people can recover entirely on their own, your health is invaluable.
If you would really like to make a difference in their lives, you should definitely try to attend one of our workshops.
- Build Skills: During these workshops, you will learn valuable skills. Skills that you will use to help your loved one stay accountable and maintain their sobriety once they leave the program. These aren’t the only skills you’ll be learning either. Besides, you will learn priceless techniques you can use to help yourself cope. We understand that addiction can take a massive toll on the family members of those suffering from it.
- Learn About How You Can Help: By the time you leave our family training program, you will be armed and ready. Anytime that your loved one needs help, you can be there for them.
Emergency Service Responders
First responders suffer from mental health disorders more often than most other career fields.
It is due, in part, to the stressful nature of their jobs.
We’ve created a special network of support for you. There is also a program designed for first responders. Let us know if you would like to request more information. We are always here for you.
Inhalant Addiction Medications
There are several medications we used to help recovering addicts reach sobriety. None of the medications that we use are habit-forming.
That way, you can rest assured.
It will not impede any of your progress.
During the initial detoxification process, withdrawal can be pretty extreme.
When you are suffering from acute withdrawal, a few medications may be administered to relieve symptoms.
In the event of life-threatening circumstances, we have medications to help stabilize patients.
Medications Used for Maintaining Sobriety
Most addicts are self-medicating. There are often other medications we can use to treat the underlying issues without encouraging any addiction.
- Antidepressants: Antidepressants are great at helping you through depressive episodes. If you are using it because you feel sad, this might be the right choice.
- Mood Stabilizers: Plenty of addicts report suffering from regular mood swings. Mood stabilizers can be the perfect solution to help reduce the severity of these ups and downs.
Ongoing Treatment and Relapse Prevention
Even after you go through a rehabilitation program, you’ll have a lifelong battle on your hands. Addiction isn’t something that goes away overnight.
It would help if you continually battled against it.
Otherwise, you are always at risk of a relapse. We’ve got several resources available to help.
Narcotics Anonymous Support Groups
Narcotics Anonymous is a program modeled on that of the Alcoholics Anonymous program. It follows the same 12 steps to help addicts reach peace within themselves.
During the program, you’ll create new friends with other people working through similar problems. Afterward, you can help each other stay accountable and live lives of sobriety.
Ongoing Outpatient Therapy Is Available
Our outpatient program also has options for successful graduates. If you have completed one of our rehabilitation programs, you can continue therapy services with your therapist.
We understand that you can develop deep bonds with your therapist. It would be wrong for us to force you to cut those ties once you leave.
Tips to Prevent Inhalant Relapse
Preventing relapse is of the utmost concern once you are through the initial recovery process.
In the study of addiction, the final phase of recovery is called the maintenance stage.
During this time, you will always be at risk of relapse. That’s why developing new skills now is essential.
Encourage Additional Family Members to Join Our Family Therapy Sessions
See if you can get some of your family members to join the group family therapy sessions. These sessions will prepare them to give you the assistance you will need once you leave our facility.
We know that we can help you recover while you are here in Lancaster, California. Your family will make sure that you continue recovering wherever you go.
Eliminate Negative Influences and Sources of Temptation
Most of the time, relapses are triggered because of an outside influence.
Once an addict has completed a rehab program, they are usually committed to recovery.
Eliminating outside influences that may try to tempt you is the best course of action. We might also suggest trying to avoid the places you associate with your old habits.
Get Help Today
Are you ready to finally turn a new page in your life? If so, we are ready to give you everything you need to become a new person.
No one needs to be held down by the chains of addiction. Please give us a call at your earliest convenience, and we can discuss treatment options.