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Zoe Behavioral Health Provides High-Quality Care at Every Treatment Level

Recovering from drug or alcohol abuse is a serious commitment that will take time. It isn’t enough to complete a basic rehab program, and addiction treatment and expect yourself to be healed. Instead, you’ll want to take advantage of several different treatments to ensure that you get the most out of your recovery process.

This is why experts recommend that patients follow a levels-based recovery model. That is, the patient should begin with detox, then complete rehab, and after that continue working towards their recovery with targeted aftercare. By completing each of these levels, you give yourself the best chance of reaching your long-term goals.

At Zoe Behavioral Health, we help patients get the best care possible at every treatment level. Keep reading to learn more about how we can help. Or, get started today by giving us a call at (949) 309-2227.

Phase 1: Detox

Every recovery needs to begin with a detox. It’s essential that you eliminate the remaining traces of drugs or alcohol from your system. Detox gives you the chance to do this. Given the medical risks and challenges associated with detoxing from illicit substances, it’s usually a good idea to complete your detox under medical supervision.

Medical detox can make this phase of your recovery much easier on you. You won’t have to worry about completing the daily tasks that you’re usually responsible for at home. Additionally, a doctor will watch over you at all times to ensure that you’re detoxing in a safe way. If possible, they’ll even take action to reduce your withdrawal symptoms and cravings.

If you’re ready to get started with your detox, reaching out to Zoe Behavioral Health is an easy way to do so. We can connect you with trusted local providers who are a good fit for your unique detox needs. This will ensure that you get the support that you need to kick off your recovery the right way.

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Phase 2: Rehab

Next comes rehab. This is when you’ll do the work that will help you discover the root causes of your addiction. It’s also when you’ll develop the skills that you need to live in the real world without resorting to drugs or alcohol. Rehab is available in several different forms. At Zoe Behavioral Health, we offer two primary options: intensive outpatient programs (IOPs) and partial hospitalization programs (PHPs). Each can be a very effective way to take the next step towards your recovery goals.

These programs differ from inpatient programs in that they allow you to sleep in your own bed at night, while still receiving intensive treatment at our facility during the day. You’ll work with therapists, participate in counseling sessions, and join us on hikes, beach walks, and the other regular outdoor activities we host.

At Zoe Behavioral Health, we emphasize a holistic approach during this level of care. We strive to help our patients address every component of their addictions to give them the best chance of obtaining long-term success. To that end, we offer yoga classes, educational workshops, and the opportunity to work with our on-site nutritionist.

Collectively, these features make rehab at Zoe Behavioral Health one of the best ways to complete this important part of your recovery process. Get in touch with us to learn more.

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Other Rehab Options

Some patients need care that goes beyond what’s offered through standard rehab plans. Zoe Behavioral Health addresses the needs of these patients with two additional rehab offerings.

The first is for patients with a dual diagnosis. This typically means that the individual has a mental health condition underlying their addiction. Our dual diagnosis program offers targeted support to address the patient’s addiction and mental health concerns at the same time. This can ultimately increase their chances of long-term success.

You may also be interested in our medication-assisted treatment (MAT) program. This is meant for patients who have serious addictions to highly-addictive substances like heroin. If you fit into this group, then participating in our MAT program could be your best option. In it, you’ll be prescribed medication that will reduce your withdrawal symptoms and cravings. It could be just what you need to finally turn the corner on your recovery.

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Phase 3: Aftercare

Some patients believe that their healing is complete after they finish rehab. Unfortunately, that’s not the case. It’s vital that you continue working on your recovery as you transition back into the real world. You may choose to do this while living at a sober living home. If that’s something you’re interested in, get in touch with Zoe Behavioral Health and we’ll get you started.

A successful aftercare plan will also involve continuing on with our therapy sessions. You can do that through our outpatient (OP) program. At Zoe Behavioral Health, we’ll support you during your transition by providing you with regular counseling and therapy sessions at our offices. These sessions will give you the chance to discuss the adjustments that you’ve been making and to work with a professional to develop strategies for overcoming any obstacles that you may face.

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Do I Need to Participate in Every Recovery Phase?

The idea of completing three distinct recovery phases can feel overwhelming to some patients who are just starting out. However, it’s crucial that you complete each of these phases. There’s simply no way around doing so if you truly want to achieve long-term sobriety.

Get in Touch with Zoe Behavioral Health Today to Learn More

Regardless of the level of care that you’re at, Zoe Behavioral Health can help you take the next step towards your recovery goals. Our services are personalized and holistic to help you get as much out of the work that you put into your recovery as possible. We’d love to tell you more about what we can do to help.

Taking the first step is easy. To do so, simply give us a call at (949) 309-2227. Our experts are standing by to answer your questions and hope to hear from you soon.

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