Addiction, alcoholism, and mental health disorders are challenges that are often best addressed through residential therapy. Profound LA is a leading residential treatment center in Los Angeles for depression, addiction, alcoholism, and more. Getting sober, happy, and healthy starts with a residential drug treatment program dedicated to your recovery.
Residential treatment programs are best suited for people with severe addictions who are looking to put an end to substance abuse. At Profound LA, we offer premier residential addiction treatment in the greater Los Angeles area (Calabasas) for those who are ready to start anew.
A residential or inpatient treatment center is ideal for addicts and alcoholics who:
- Have made one or more attempts to get sober but have been unable to stop using
- Are physically dependent on drugs and/or alcohol and require medical detox services prior to therapy
- Need to be removed from their everyday environment in order to focus on their health and recovery
HOW MUCH DOES A RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT CENTER COST?
The cost of a residential treatment center in Los Angeles will depend on the specific treatment service you select, the length of treatment and extent of clinical care, and whether you are paying under a health insurance plan.
Depending on your health insurance policy, a percentage of inpatient costs might be covered by your provider. For those paying for treatment out-of-pocket, you might try paying for inpatient treatment by utilizing personal savings, applying for grants or scholarships, or taking on personal debt from credit cards or an unsecured loan.
For specific questions regarding the costs of residential treatment in Los Angeles, please contact us. A member of our team is more than happy to assist.
SIMPLE APPROACH, PROFOUND RESULTS.
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.
FAQS: RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT CENTER IN LOS ANGELES
WHAT IS A RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT CENTER IN LOS ANGELES?
A residential treatment center in Los Angeles provides individualized medical care to individuals who have become addicted to drugs, alcohol, or a combination of substances – all of which take place on campus. Our team of licensed experts helps you become healthy and sober and are dedicated to your mental health and physical recovery.
IS RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT THE SAME AS INPATIENT?
Yes, a residential treatment center in Los Angeles is the same as inpatient treatment center. 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.
Through a residential addiction recovery center, individuals can transition to recovery with a quiet, distraction-free space to focus solely on their new life.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A GROUP HOME AND A RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT CENTER?
A residential treatment center (or inpatient rehab recovery center) provides a variety of therapy/mental health services and detox services for those who are unable to stop using drugs and/or alcohol and need assistance. A group home often tends to be for individuals who have already stayed in a residential treatment center and have completed detox. While both group homes and residential addiction treatment centers provide a supportive environment, a group home does not provide medical assistance.
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