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What to Expect in Treatment

What's Involved in Addiction Treatment?

Deciding to seek treatment for a drug or alcohol addiction is the start of your new life, but you may have some questions about the process. Below, we’ve outlined Concise Recovery’s approach to the complete continuum of care. Learn what to expect when you attend our residential treatment program. You don’t need to face addiction alone. Enrolling in an addiction treatment center can be one of the best decisions you can make in your life, and we do everything to make this decision as simple as possible for you. Our treatment philosophy is built around designing a treatment program that’s exclusively based on your needs. With a staff filled with skilled therapists, doctors, nurses, and addiction professionals, you’re getting the very best in treatment.

We're Here For You

You’ll have help every step of the way— from the first moment you speak to our admissions staff to the point you complete the program. The difference between Concise Recovery and other treatment centers is that our treatment protocols are catered around your specific situation. You’ll be supported by professionals who truly care about your well being. 

What Do I Need To Know About Going To Treatment?

When enrolling in Concise Recovery, you should know that you’re in great hands. With an expert staff that’s fully invested in your success, a tranquil environment that’s structured to help you heal, and a program that’s tailored to your needs, we put you in the best position to achieve sobriety. 

Evaluations and Orientation

When you first arrive at Concise Recovery, you’ll speak with a medical professional to discuss your physical health, mental state, types of substances used, family history, and other factors that have played a role in your addiction. This allows our physicians to craft a treatment plan uniquely tailored to your needs.

You’ll also receive an orientation that familiarizes you with the culture and community of rehab. Our team members will explain the tenants and goals that you will be working toward, as well as the core principles that Concise Recovery builds its treatment plans around. These include:

  • 12-Step recovery principles
  • The disease model of addiction
  • The impact of substance use disorder
  • The importance of post-treatment recovery management

At this stage, our team members will also walk you through any paperwork, patient rights, and confidentiality policies that you may need to be aware of.

LA Addiction Treatment

Our residential treatment program provides a structured, safe environment for healing to take place. Concise Recovery offers a wide variety of methods, all united under one common goal: lasting sobriety.

While doing the deep work of recovery, peer support and personalized therapy become more important than ever. Our integrated treatment program combines these elements to ensure that you are supported and heard throughout this process. Some of our methods include:

  • Individual therapy (CBT, DBT, EDMR, and others)
  • Group therapy sessions
  • 12-Step meetings
  • Life skills and educational lectures

What Happens After Checking In?

After check-in, you’ll be fully evaluated by our clinical team. The purpose of this assessment is to gain a complete picture of your physical and psychological health. You’ll be assigned a case manager who will be your guide during your recovery process. Once your vitals have been checked and we fully understand the nature of your drug or alcohol abuse, we begin the detox process. 

MEDICAL DETOXIFICATION & ADDICTION RECOVERY IN CALIFORNIA

Concise Recovery Center of Los Angeles offers an affordable, comfortable setting for you or a loved one to begin recovery. We encourage you to reach out to us 24/7.

Post-Treatment

 

There’s a saying that treatment is just the beginning – the real work of recovery begins when rehab ends. As you leave Concise Recovery and re-enter your day-to-day life, we encourage you to take additional steps to protect your hard-earned recovery. These can consist of:

  • Attending an outpatient treatment program
  • 12-Step or AA/NA meetings
  • Recovery coaching
  • Support or sober fun groups
  • Meeting regularly with a therapist