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At New Leaf Detox & Treatment, we can offer you several levels of care once you are admitted. Our evidence-based detox and residential addiction treatment programs are utilized to help end the physical and psychological dependence that your body has developed.
By choosing our San Juan Capistrano rehab and addiction center you will be taught the necessary skills that will help you live a healthier and more fulfilled life.
Detox is the first step in sobriety. The process typically lasts a week but may vary depending on the drug of abuse and the degree of chemical dependency.
While it’s a rather short process, it is the most punishing step in recovery. With detox comes withdrawal symptoms that can be agonizing, sometimes even dangerous. Our goal is to make the process go as comfortably as possible.
After Detox is where recovery life skills are learned. Patients at our residential-inpatient rehab receive a range of therapeutic services. These behavioral and psychological services help our patients understand their addictions at the core and give them the skills they need to avoid making mistakes that lead to relapse.
Dual Diagnosis treatment helps those who struggle with mental illnesses that pair with their substance use. Oftentimes, we find that people who struggle with substance abuse have mental health struggles as well.
As our patients open up to staff and therapists, we are able to diagnosis and treat underlying issues that directly affect happiness, fulfillment, and the urge to abuse drugs or alcohol.
While socially acceptable, the accessibility of alcohol gives it a high potential for abuse. Many alcoholics start their habit in a social setting, which then extends to an at-home habit.
Unfortunately, getting off alcohol after your body is chemically dependent can be both agonizing and dangerous. And we’re here to help you through that. [ Learn More » ]
Heroin addiction can be an incredibly hard habit to kick. Opioids like heroin are some of the most physically and mentally addictive substances known to man.
Many people are unable to kick their opioid habit without the help of medications and therapy. Here at New Leaf, we are able to provide both treatments. [ Learn More » ]
Cocaine — the popular party drug that always leaves you wanting more. Weekend warriors who use cocaine to heighten their experience may easily fall victim to the cycle of addiction.
This cycle can be an expensive and damaging one, causing a person to lose the things that matter most to them quickly. [ Learn More » ]
Marijuana is another somewhat socially acceptable drug that has even recently passed some legal limitations across the nation. While many argue that it is not a harmful drug, it is a psychoactive one that can affect one’s mental well-being.
Marijuana can be a hard habit to kick as well, even though it lacks the strong physical effects of drugs like heroin. [ Learn More » ]
Many people fall victim to stimulant drug abuse because they feel the need for an extra “boost” at work. Whether it’s prescription Adderall or street methamphetamine, this can become a damaging cycle.
Professional drug rehabilitation can help you avoid the want for the dopamine rush and show you that there are other ways to go about your business. [ Learn More » ]
Benzodiazepines are a class of drugs prescribed for their anxiolytic effects. There are many different ones currently prescribed by doctors.
While they have therapeutic use, they also have the potential for abuse. And when they are abused they can be very hard to get off of. Treatment at New Leaf can show you how to get off benzodiazepines, while still being able to manage anxiety-inducing situations. [ Learn More » ]
As unfortunate as it is to say, sometimes the drugs we are prescribed to help us can also become problematic. There is a long list of common drugs doctors prescribe to people of all ages that have the potential for abuse.
Rehabilitation help can help you maintain healthy pharmaceutical usage, and perhaps give you the help you need to drop medications entirely. [ Learn More » ]