Every woman or girl seeking help at LA Marijuana Addiction Treatment in Palm Desert, Palm Springs, Riverside County, Los Angeles, California will receive an individualized marijuana addiction treatment program.
Psychiatrists, physicians and therapists who are experts in drug abuse and addiction treatment will assess her entire history of substance abuse. They may uncover related addictions such as alcoholism or prescription drug abuse that may have developed prior to or during her long-term marijuana dependency.
Our substance abuse treatment team also digs deeper than many drug rehab centers into the underlying causes and conditions of the entire addictive disease process. As a result, they often identify co-occurring psychiatric and addictive disorders, or eating disorders such as anorexia or bulimia. If unaddressed or under-addressed, co-occurring disorders often represent the biggest obstacle to recovery from marijuana abuse and addiction to other drugs.
Our individualized, medically-informed approach to treatment and recovery succeeds where other drug rehab programs may have failed. It helps women and their families recover their lives and gain hope for an abundant, healthy future.
Rigorous approaches to substance abuse treatment and recovery consider all available information about a resident, and leverage the experience of our entire staff to customize each woman’s treatment program. This level of collaboration is one of the distinguishing elements of marijuana abuse treatment at a leading rehab center like LA Marijuana Addiction Treatment in Palm Desert, Palm Springs, Riverside County, Los Angeles, California. It’s also one of the reasons why so many leading outpatient drug abuse and addiction specialists refer to us their patients who need more intensive treatment, or who have struggled to sustain recovery in an outpatient setting.
Assessment of a woman’s treatment needs begins early on in our admissions review process. We ask both the woman and her family to provide information about her drug abuse symptoms, issues with friends and family, and challenges in school or work. We also seek her permission to communicate with previous addiction treatment providers to gather additional information about medical history, psychiatric history, past substance abuse treatment progress, and stumbling blocks to achieving or maintaining recovery from marijuana abuse.