Lompoc Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs

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30, 60, 90-Day Inpatient Vs. Outpatient Rehabilitation in Lompoc, California

Becoming sober from Lorcet, Codeine, alcohol or any other drug you or your loved one is addicted to takes an individualized treatment strategy. Two options of addiction treatment facilities in Lompoc can help you succeed: either Inpatient or Outpatient Rehab. Inpatient therapy offers long lasting benefits with an extended stay in a perfect rehab clinic. Outpatient treatments may be convenient, but lack the support and resources of three-month programs to become sober. Ultimately, the decision is yours, and we are here to help you choose the one that'll be best for you.

Meet The Pros Near Lompoc
Melissa Burke Simon
Clinical Director

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Melissa Burke Simon is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and holds a Master’s Degree in Clinical Social Work from San Diego State University. Melissa specializes in the dual diagnosis and has extensive experience in the diagnosis and treatment of co-occurring disorders. She has focused for more th...
Restore Health & Wellness

Adam Mindel, MA, CADC-II, MFT-I
Co-CEO

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Adam received his MA from Pacific Oaks College in 2011. Adam has been a pillar in the Los Angeles recovery community for the last 12 years. For over a decade, Adam triaged the day to day clinical program of one of the nation’s largest non-profits specializing in addiction. Adam has held positions ...
Recover Integrity for Men

Patty Bell
Family Relations Manager/Interventionist

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Clean and sober since May 1996 worked in treatment over 20 years. Loves to work with clients to get them into treatment thru intake/intervention. Loves Spartan Races, Triathlons and all endurance sports....
Capo by the Sea

Detaching yourself from the location of the substance addiction can help separate distractions and tempting things that prevent complete recovery. When viewing rehabilitation as a therapeutic hideaway, addicts will find luxury private centers in cities outside of Lompoc, California. Offering high-end hotel-like amenities, the top-rated clinics help achieve a physical, mental and emotional improvement. However, those looking for treatments outside of the facility may find a program nearer to home is a simpler decision.

Finding Lompoc Treatment Programs

Lompoc, California is an agricultural community located near the coast about 45 minutes northwest of Santa Barbara. One of the community's chief claims to fame is viticulture: wine-tasting tours are a major part of the local economy.

Almost 30 years ago, an article appeared in the Chicago Tribune in which concern was expressed over increasing wine consumption among young, professional women and the ways in which wine was being marketed to this demographic as "a sophisticated drink that is associated with the 'good life.'" There was speculation as to whether or not such an image - along with the perception of wine as being less potent than hard liquor - might lead to increasing rates of alcoholism.

The bottom line is that it doesn't matter what form of alcohol is abused - all alcoholic beverages have the same potential to create dependency. Such dependency often requires professional recovery services.

Items to Take to Treatment Centers

When arrangements are made for residential recovery services, the patient is usually provided with a list of items to bring, such as clothing, reading material, prescription medications, and pocket money. Prohibited items usually include personal electronic devices and any toiletries or medications containing alcohol. It's also advised that patients leave expensive jewelry or large sums of cash at home.

Are Wine Drinkers Less Likely to Be Alcoholics?

According to a 1999 article in the Journal of Studies on Alcohol, those who were exclusively wine drinkers were intoxicated less frequently and had a lower rate of alcoholism. Some of the reasons:

  • Wine drinkers typically drink less in general
  • Social expectations and standards of behavior
  • Most wine consumption takes place with meals
  • Wine enthusiasts often drink pricier wines so expense becomes an issue

Dual diagnosis refers to people who are simultaneously struggling with substance abuse issues and a behavioral or mental issue. For instance, an addiction to opioids, opiates or Oxycodone combined with bipolar disorder or compulsive shopping. For these cases, a residential treatment center becomes even more desirable, incorporating quality inpatient therapy with support group aid, such as one might experience in Narcotics Anonymous. Luxury drug rehabs in Lompoc, California will provide excellent rehab services with upscale amenities for anyone requiring the very best drug rehab, just as Lompoc alcohol rehab centers will help those battling alcohol to get sober.

Note About Insurance for Addiction Treatment: AmeriHealth, Aetna and EmblemHealth frequently offer at least some coverage for your inpatient treatment, and you can find out more about your own carrier's policy or benefits here.

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