Alpine, CA Drug & Alcohol Treatment Centers
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|Name||Address / Platform||Treatment Programs||Insurance||Region|
|PermiaCare Mental Health Services Alpine||Outpatient||Medicaid / Private||Alpine|
|PermiaCare Mental Health Services Fort Stockton||Outpatient||Medicaid / Private||Fort Stockton|
|West Texas VA Health Care System Fort Stockton Outreach Clinic||Detox / Inpatient / Outpatient||Private||Fort Stockton|
|Permian Basin Mental Health||Outpatient||Medicaid / Private||Presidio|
|PermiaCare Mental Health Services Presidio||Outpatient||Medicaid / Private||Presidio|
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Located in the mountains east of San Diego, Alpine, California, is a historic mountain town created by the state’s early settlers. Alpine drug rehab has treatment options for people with substance use disorder (SUD). Treating SUD is complex and challenging but always begins with detoxing the body from drugs. Few people can complete detox without help; most need the support of a hospital or medically supervised program to relieve the discomfort of withdrawal symptoms. Physically detoxing from substances doesn’t take more than a few days to a couple of weeks, but emotional detox may take longer. A thorough health evaluation is a vital part of a personalized treatment plan that will meet individual needs, and co-occurring mental health disorders should be treated simultaneously. Cognitive-behavioral therapy is an effective, goal-oriented part of SUD treatment. This therapy helps people identify harmful or distorted thought patterns and attitudes that lead to substance use. With professional guidance, people work to create new, healthy thinking patterns that become tools to help them navigate situations that used to be challenging, such as those with intense emotions. Cognitive-behavioral therapy also helps people develop strategies to deal with circumstances that led to drug use, which helps avoid relapse. Therapists may recommend attending a self-help group such as Narcotics Anonymous for additional support. Self-help groups are made up of people in all stages of recovery from SUD. The concept of self-help groups is that those who attend have all experienced the challenges of SUD, and attendance in this fellowship can reduce the sense of shame and isolation caused by the disorder. Drug rehab California connects people with substance use disorder to treatment programs that will help them on the road to recovery.