Recovery takes time. After you complete the initial phase of recovery, we encourage increased self-reliance in our Partial Hospitalization Program. Just as addiction is a progressive illness, drug addiction treatment is a gradual process. Drug and alcohol use do not develop into full blown addiction overnight, nor can you recover from addiction overnight.
At Anaheim Lighthouse, we recognize that you will make your progress at your own rate. Initially, you will need medical and nutritional attention in order to begin restoring your physical balance. From there, you will start to explore the underlying issues that have contributed to your addiction, such as anxiety, depression and bipolar disorder.
While there is a common thread of symptoms associated with addiction, you will have your own individual needs. From the first day of treatment through aftercare, we will walk beside you on your recovery journey. As you approach the end of residential treatment, we will begin discussing discharge plans with you and your family members.
Our PHP for rehab is the first stepping stone into learning how to take advantage of community resources. You will continue in residential treatment and will still have one-on-one sessions with counselors and therapists as you prepare to live an independent life of recovery.
When you reach the PHP for rehab milestone, you will definitely see progress in your recovery. The residential treatment program at Anaheim Lighthouse provides a continuum of care, beginning with detox. Along the way, we will pay attention to your underlying issues, such as trauma and addiction.
In some cases, you may not even be consciously aware of trauma until you have the opportunity to unravel your past. Our experienced counselors will help you and your family uncover conditions, fears, beliefs, and practices that have contributed to the addiction. Initially, we educate families about the nature of addiction and help them to see their role in the issues that will arise. Then, we can help you entangle the web of complicated relationships with your family and loved ones.
The goal of the Partial Hospitalization Program is to help everyone involved move forward. As you work through your thoughts and feelings, you can begin to rebuild trust and to open the doors to new, healthy ways of communicating.
The next step after the Partial Hospitalization Program phase is our Intensive Outpatient Program. By this time, you have gained more confidence and have begun to grasp the realization that you can live a full and productive life without the chains of addictions.
As you move closer to the time of discharge from residential treatment, we make sure you are connected with community resources. You will work with a counselor and therapist to discuss your individual needs. Our discharge planning staff is dedicated to providing you with help in finding what you need to continue in recovery. This could include where to go for medical treatment, how to find support group meetings in the community, and how to find employment.
We want you to understand that you are never alone. You do not have to go back to the dark phase of addiction. With the support of your families and our staff, you can continue moving forward in recovery.
Get in touch with our Southern California drug and alcohol rehab directly. If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, call us at (877) 959-5909.
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