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Drug and Alcohol Treatment Centers Orange County

If the first thought to cross your mind today was whether or not you had enough pills or potions to get you through the day, this is an excellent time to talk to someone about drug and alcohol treatment centers in Orange County or wherever you happen to be.

Addiction is a sneaky thing that can take anyone by surprise. Many good people developed terrible habits with prescription painkillers that were legally prescribed by a trusted family doctor. While helpful in the wake of a serious accident, opiate pain medications such as OxyContin, codeine and Vicodin are so habit-forming, most persons who take them for more than a few weeks become dependent on them.

How does addiction work?

Opiates act in a way that makes the brain stop making its own feel-good chemicals called endorphins. When the brain delivers these important hormones only when stimulated by painkiller pills, the person to whom the brain belongs feels uneasy without them. If they go long enough without a dose of drugs, a natural process called withdrawal begins. Unless the user seeks professional guidance and medical intervention, withdrawals can be worse than awful. Fortunately, private care is available at numerous drug and alcohol treatment centers in Orange County.

At our attractive campus in Dana Point, inpatients receive quality care that is always private and respectful. Better than that, you can bring your dog when you check into our facility. We can tell you right now that not all drug and alcohol treatment centers in Orange County offer the customized care you get here at America's Rehab Campus in Dana Point, California.

If you prefer an alternative approach to recovery and lifelong wellness, please speak with a counselor at ARC Dan Point at your earliest convenience. Doing so will not obligate you in any way, and it might just help you make the smart decision to deal with your troubling habit sooner rather than later. We've helped thousands of people stop using and start living, and we can help you, too. The only thing you have to do is make the first contact.

Not sure you're addicted?

If you are still not convinced that you have an addiction, please ask yourself these questions:

  • Are drugs the first thing to cross your mind when you wake up?
  • Do you spend too much money and time on drugs?
  • Do your friends say they worry about your drug use?
  • Have you flunked school or lost a job because of drug-related behavior?
  • When you go a day without drugs, do you feel sick?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, give us a call without delay. We provide inpatient and intensive outpatient addiction therapy at a very nice facility with superior amenities. To know more or to arrange a tour of our facility, please call 877.349.2391. People tell us we are the nicest of all drug and alcohol treatment centers in Orange County. Come see us and find out why.

Drug And Alcohol Treatment Centers Orange County

Dana Point Rehab Campus – Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Orange County

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In The Media / Jane Beresford, Psy.D.

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E!Dr. Beresford provided psychological screenings and evaluations for “What’s Eating You?”, E! Channel’s reality show about extreme eating disorders. The series chronicled the lives of men and women whose very survival was at risk as they battled not only their distorted body images, but also self-created, life-threatening food rituals and compulsions.

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Manopause: Your Guide To Surviving His Changing Life Dr. Beresford was interviewed by Lisa Friedman Bloch, co-author with Kathy Kirtland Silverman of “Manopause: Your Guide To Surviving His Changing Life” (Hay House, 2012), which explores how biological and psychological factors collide with the societal pressures men face, and provides advice on how women can help themselves and their men move through and enjoy this sometimes challenging phase. Dr. Beresford's experiences in working with couples during this transitional time are included in the book.