Treatment through Profound LA lasts anywhere from 30, 60, or 90 days and focuses on providing each client with a personalized treatment plan that addresses all their areas of concern. When individuals enter a residential treatment center in Los Angeles for drug and alcohol rehab, they live on campus for the duration of their treatment. During treatment, clients work on their personalized treatment plans by attending various therapy sessions, group sessions, and activities designed to help them build a solid foundation in recovery.
Yes, a residential treatment center in Los Angeles is the same as inpatient treatment centers. Residential treatment is ideal for someone who has made one or more attempts to become sober but is unable to stop using, is physically dependent on drugs or alcohol, and needs medical detox recovery and rehab services. It is also ideal for those who find it helpful to be in a new, structured environment to focus on their health and recovery.
After the completion of detox, we offer a safe and structured treatment program that gives some flexibility within day-to-day life while undergoing full-time recovery and treatment. Our Partial Hospitalization program also provides an affordable and relatively quick method to long-term hospitalization, since the person lives at home while receiving treatment at a nearby hospital or medical center.
Also known as our In Action treatment program, this program has the ability to help keep structure and accountability in place during less formally structured phases of the recovery and rehab process. As the next step down from Partial Hospitalization, this program is designed to aid in reintegration into everyday life for each and every client in Los Angeles, California.
We provide mental health treatment services for primary, stand-alone, and co-occurring diagnoses. Our mental health program is designed to help patients overcome a range of mental health issues through a combination of therapy approaches, wellness education, activities, etc. Our professional health and medical staff offer support and treatment in a variety of psychiatric conditions, including (but not limited to): Addiction, anxiety, trauma, bipolar disorder, psychotic disorder, and depression.