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When it comes to finding the right rehab facility in Santa Clarita or Los Angeles, it is important to find a program that is actively concerned with your general well-being, including your medical, legal, and social status. Although rigorous clinical treatment is a core element of our program, you will receive multiple other services to assist in creating a healthy and balanced life. That is why we make an effort to provide forms of treatment that take active care of patients at varying levels of recovery. For help or more information on the services we provide, call us at (661) 536-5562 and we will address your concerns immediately.

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Case Management

For the sake of ease and convenience, many detox and residential treatment programs in Santa Clarita and Los Angeles apply a standardized plan to all their patients. However, Healthy Living Residential Program opts against such an approach. Instead, we make sure to provide individualized case management to every patient that walks through our doors. This allows us to develop a personalized plan of action that directly addresses the unique issues of each patient.

A dedicated case manager determines the strengths and weaknesses of each patient, tailoring the treatment program to better address their specific needs.

Our modus operandi intends to maintain and respect the humanity and individuality of every patient. We do so by treating them as the unique person they are rather than just another case. With something as delicate as rehabilitation, we strongly believe that a one-size-fits-all approach tends to ignore the nuances and specific needs of each person, relegating them to templates and band-aid solutions. Through individualized case management, we can better address what each patient’s recovery journey entails, not just upon arrival, but at every step of the process.

Crisis Intervention

Crisis intervention is the immediate or short-term care, mostly psychological, that assists people going through a sudden crisis situation. Through crisis intervention, professionals can aim to restore balance to the bio-psycho-social functioning of the individual in question with the intention of reducing the possibility of long-term psychological trauma. The situations that could lead to such a crisis will vary from person to person, which means that those specialized in crisis intervention need to be ready to handle a wide range of scenarios. Here at Healthy Living, our focus lies on treating those struggling with addiction and its consequences, which is why we are intent on assisting those undergoing crises stemming from drug and alcohol abuse.

What Constitutes a Crisis?

Crises can comprise a variety of different situations. These can be both physical and psychological, some more noticeable than others. For example, overdoses are clear cases of physical crises, because the body enters a damaging state of shock. If left untreated, this can cause long term damage. Psychological crises, on the other hand, tend to be vague and harder to spot. As far as addiction goes, psychological crises can manifest themselves in different feelings of inadequacy, hopelessness, depression, or pain caused by substance abuse. It’s important to find help before these crises leave long-lasting effects on the person.

Medical Care Assistance

Many times, substance abuse is accompanied by other medical conditions as well, such as liver damage, dental pain, and other general issues. It is important to address all medical conditions during recovery, so we arrange for our patients to see the necessary medical specialists to get the care they need.

Drug and Alcohol Testing

The first step in any rehabilitation treatment involves determining the physiological effects of drug and alcohol abuse. With drug and alcohol testing, we can see what substances the treatment staff is dealing with and understand their specific effects on the body. While testing tends to be more of a focus in outpatient treatments where the patient is not under constant supervision, it is still a very useful tool for residential facilities. This plays an important role in protecting the patient’s health and ensuring their well-being throughout their stay.

Legal Support

It is a well-known adage that rehabilitation treatment can be the difference between incarceration and freedom. After all, addiction can come with a plethora of legal repercussions, whether it’s the use and possession of substances or the consequence of substance use. Intoxicated driving, violence, and similar behavior can bring forth legal repercussions. This is why many people opt-in favor of attending rehab in an effort to demonstrate good behavior and reduce their sentences. At Healthy Living, we know that when someone seeks rehabilitation, it is because they intend to get better and make lifestyle changes. This is why we make sure to provide legal support for those we help through rehabilitation.

The truth is that judges are more likely to favor people that can show they are making an effort to get better. The prison system is not designed to rehabilitate, which is why many people who already suffer from addiction might get worse if they end up in jail or prison. Addiction is an illness, not a crime. People with substance abuse issues need treatment from addiction, not incarceration. We provide legal support in order to make sure that our patients have the best possible opportunity for recovery.

Social Skills Training

The process of rehabilitation is a medical and psychotherapeutic treatment that addresses dependency on substances such as alcohol, street drugs, or prescription drugs. In order for the treatment to be genuinely effective and durable, it needs to treat more than just the medical aspect of the problem. If the physiological problems are treated alone, the emotional causes of addiction will remain, leaving the door open for potential relapses. That is why every successful rehabilitation program needs to include some sort of social skills training.

Addiction, mental illness, and co-occurring disorders can negatively impact an individual’s social skills. This kind of trouble can lead to difficulty adapting to daily life after addiction treatment. A successful rehabilitation program does not let the patient back into everyday life without proper support and tools to navigate the world and various social settings.

Psychosocial Intervention

Substance abuse tends to be a byproduct of different circumstances in the patient’s life, such as occupational stress, economic anxiety, personal turmoil, or co-occurring disorders. Since emotional wellbeing is important in rehabilitation, psychosocial intervention is incorporated throughout the overall treatment process. This addresses and validates the patient’s emotional response to the treatment, while helping them find healthy outlets and coping mechanisms to deal with subsequent urges and reflexes. Through psychosocial intervention, present and future crises can be respectively treated and prevented.

What exactly does this mean? Psychosocial intervention refers to a series of different practices and treatments to address psychosis, depression, and anxiety. Through psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, family therapy, and other similar approaches, treating professionals can better understand the situation the patient is going through and approach the program with the patient’s situation in mind. Through evidence-based practice and guided techniques, the treating staff has a system on which they can base their interventions and properly address the patient’s condition.

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