Top Rated Drug Detox in Costa Mesa, CA

An effective drug detox program is the first step towards lasting recovery. Trying to detox on your own at home is not safe and can cause major complications.  Start your recovery with a medically supervised detox. It’s comfortable, safe and effective.

How many times have you tried to stop using drugs on your own? Were you successful? For most of us with a drug abuse problem, we try and fail to quit on our own. Mostly because the withdrawal symptoms from certain drugs can be extremely painful. You may feel hopeless and stuck in an endless cycle of drug addiction. This is because you keep trying to quit, but get nowhere on your own.

Most recovering addicts will tell you that they didn’t recover by themselves – they had to seek professional help from a drug detox center. They had to surround themselves with a support group who truly understands them and holds them accountable. Going to an accredited facility is the most effective method. 

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Specific Drug Detox Options

Alcohol Detox
Cocaine Detox
Opiate Detox
Fentanyl Detox
Methamphetamine Detox
Opioid Detox
OxyCodone Detox
Benzodiazepine Detox
Vicodin Detox
Xanax Detox
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Why a Professional Drug Detox is Important

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Alcoholism and Drug addiction is a disease. It typically takes different treatment methods both externally and internally to achieve remission from it. Some people may tell you they’ve been successful quitting drug use on their own, but that is the exception, not the norm. Most addicts who achieve in long-term sobriety are able to do so with quality treatment and the help of highly credentialed professionals who are knowledgeable about drug detox.

Drug addiction is a complex disease. It affects your brain chemistry, and your sheer will power. The moments of clarity we get are not enough to stop using. When a person becomes used to and addicted to using specific drugs like Opioids or Benzodiazepines, the chemistry in your brain changes over time to make it nearly impossible to stop using without experiencing severe withdrawal symptoms. When an addict takes their drug of choice, their brain releases dopamine, which is a “feel-good” neurotransmitter. Over time, your tolerance also increases leading to increased amounts of use, and in some cases needing to use to feel normal.

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Does Drug Detox Actually Help Resolve Addiction?

If your looking for a drug or alcohol detox in the Costa Mesa area, then you’ve come to the right place.

While there are many options for alcohol and drug detox, there is no one-size-fits-all solution. At Beginnings Treatment Centers, a top-rated drug and alcohol detox program, we offer a custom detox program for every single person who comes to our facility. Detox (short for detoxification) is the process of safely and systematically withdrawing from a substance such as drugs or alcohol. For many, it’s an important first step in recovery, allowing the body to withdraw from potentially dangerous substances without risking hospitalization.

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Stages of Drug Detox

Beginnings Treatment focuses on offering personalized care in our drug and alcohol detox programs.

That’s why we offer a full-service solution, from detox to aftercare, with a full range of options to suit every need. Our goal is to ensure your comfort and offer the best chance of recovery for every individual.

Intake

The intake process at Beginnings Treatment includes a multi-step process, starting with an initial intake. You’ll also receive a physical and psychological assessment, which we will use to create an initial custom treatment plan. This plan will include considerations such as preferred treatment type, dual-diagnosis, history of substance abuse, level of abuse, behavior, and so on, so we can ensure you receive the best possible care for your unique situation.

Detox

Beginnings Treatment offers a full medical detox program right in our Orange County rehab center. Our medical detox team is led by Dr. Alejandro Alva, M.D, who oversees the process to ensure the safety and comfort of each patient. This is crucial because withdrawal symptoms can be severe and even dangerous.

Most patients will experience the following timeline in detox:

Initial Withdrawal

Alcohol withdrawal begins over the first 2-12 hours, where patients begin to sweat, shake, experience headaches, and may become anxious and nauseous.

Early Detox

Symptoms worsen over the first 48 hours, with a risk of seizures, hallucinations, tremors, and extreme agitation. Patients must be monitored during this stage to ensure their safety and to prevent potentially dangerous side-effects or complications such as Delirium tremens.

Plateau

Symptoms typically plateau after the first 48 hours and will slowly begin to abate over the next 4-6 days.

Your detox schedule will be determined by length of abuse, volume of abuse, and personal health factors such as body-type, metabolism, age, gender, and susceptibility. In some cases, you will be prescribed medication to reduce side-effects, reduce seizures, and reduce the risk of complications.

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We Offer a Variety of Programs That Coordinate with our Medical Detox

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Residential Inpatient Treatment

Intensive Outpatient Treatment

Outpatient Treatment

Partial Hospitalization

After Care and Alumni Programs

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You’ve Found the Best Costa Mesa Drug Detox Center Near You

When you are ready to fully take control of your life, it is not just detoxing from the drugs, but learning to deal with the habits and underlying issues that led you to self coping in the first place. This is precisely why going to a drug detox center is not just your best option, but your only option if you want lasting recovery. Your recovery from drug addiction will not be easy, but it will be easier and you’ll be given a clear roadmap to follow for success. You will have the support you need to get through the tough road ahead. If you’re struggling with underlying mental health problems, as a dual diagnosis specialty treatment center, we focus on healing these issues in healthy and productive ways. Trust that our staff and amazing alumni will carry you through what you are going through.

Custom Treatment Plans

From the moment you walk in the door, the Beginnings Team works to learn about you, your history of abuse, your personality, your problems, past trauma, your mental health, and your triggers. We use this data to build a treatment plan around you, to treat your issues, and your unique problems to offer the best possible treatment.

Pharmacotherapy

Drug withdrawal symptoms can be dangerous. Our medical team will sometimes prescribe medications to reduce the severity of withdrawal symptoms, to lessen seizures, and to improve patient comfort. In some cases, medication may also be prescribed to help patients stop drug usage or as maintenance therapy to prevent relapse. These typically include:

  • Benzodiazepines to reduce or prevent seizures
  • Disulfiram to prevent relapse
  • Acamprosate to manage cravings

In some cases, patients may detox and withdraw completely unassisted. In others, our medical team will recommend assistance depending on your history, treatment type, and health.

Counseling

Each of our patients receives one-on-one as well as group counseling. Here, you discuss problems, possible solutions, and reactions with a trained counselor, giving yourself the opportunity to learn, grow, and understand your own behavior, choices, and reactions. Your counselor will walk you through the emotional and cognitive steps to making the right choices to be happy and healthy.

Group Therapy

Group therapy is an important aspect of addiction treatment, because it allows you to learn about others, meet your peers, and step out of your own ego. Here, you receive regular (sometimes daily) therapy designed to help you tackle issues as a group, to create social motivation, and to help you share with others.

Behavioral Therapy

Behavioral therapy including cognitive behavioral therapy is among the most recognized and accepted forms of treatment for addiction. Here, our goal is to help patients recognize and move past the behaviors and behavioral responses contributing to and/or responsible for addiction. This includes comprehensive time spent with a therapist to identify the root-cause of problems, to recognize stress and emotions, and to identify thoughts and behavior patterns contributing to unwanted behavior such as drinking. Behavioral therapy also focuses on helping you to create new behavior patterns, learn coping skills, and improve how you react to negative behavior patterns.

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Paying For A Program

If you or a loved one is ready to take the steps to get treatment for an substance use disorder, the team at Beginnings Treatment is here to help.

As you are deciding if we are the best drug detox facility for you, it’s important that you understand the financial investment of paying for treatment. Depending on your age or company you work for, you may have an insurance policy through your job or under your parents that can cover all or most of the costs of treatment.

Most treatment centers, including use at Beginnings, accept most PPO insurance policies from providers like Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Aetna, UMR, Anthem, and United Health Care. If you are unsure of your policy coverage, you can fill out this helpful insurance verification form, or call us directly to receive guidance on your options.

Getting Into a Top Rated Drug Detox Center is the first and most crucial step on your way to recovery.

At Beginnings Treatment, you can get that care in our beautiful Costa Mesa location.

Beginnings Treatment Centers

657 W 19th St, Costa Mesa, CA 92627

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