Stop Vaping. Start Talking.

It’s been years since the world has been exposed to something as deadly as the e-cigarette movement. As of October 2019, 33 deaths have been reported across the United States associated with vaping. Like the popular Juul, many companies are trying to eliminate the issues surrounding its harmful effects. But the truth is, as of now, researchers are claiming it’s not safe for consumption and certainly not safe for our children.

Vaping is highly addictive.
According to statistics, the use of e-cigarettes in high school students has increased over 900 percent! Almost half of the teens accounted for, never having prior experience with traditional tobacco products. Adults are feeling the effects too as many turn to vaping to help relieve nicotine-based habits, yet continue to smoke both traditional cigarettes and e-cigarettes to fill their newly forming, chemically infused addictions.

When inhaling from a vape, users are sending nicotine directly from their lungs, into their bloodstream, causing immediate effects on the brain. Following regular use, the brain begins to send signals of positive reinforcement after a “hit” and so the potentially fatal habit begins.

Many people believe vaping is a better than smoking cigarettes.

The truth is …. while cigarettes contain more harmful chemicals, the consequences vaping has on the human body are proven to cause sudden lung damage and life-threating organ deterioration. Brain functions can also be permanently damaged by the effects of nicotine as studies show vaping interferes with forming long-term memories and the ability to focus, especially in adolescents.

We thought by 2020 the dangers of cigarette smoking would cease to exist. On the contrary, yet another generation is becoming addicted to nicotine. Talk to your doctor about the importance of staying away from vaping and other harmful substances. As the number of deaths continues to rise, we must take a stand against e-cigarettes; if not for our own health, for the health of our future!

Ridgeview Ranch is the leading addiction treatment center in Pasadena. If you or a loved one is struggling with addiction, we are available around the clock for complimentary consultations.

Call (877) 526-7706 for a free, confidential assessment today!

Marijuana: The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly 

In California, the topic of medical and recreational marijuana has tempted the minds of many. Is it a gateway drug? Are there health risks involved? Could I become addicted? The truth is that there is still much to be learned about the effects of frequent marijuana use and the role it plays on drug addiction. 

Medically, cannabis has been proven to alleviate some of the most unmanageable symptoms of Epilepsy, Glaucoma, Arthritis, and AIDS. It’s said to help chemotherapy patients regain their appetites and reduce spasms for individuals diagnosed with MS and diseases that attack the nervous system. 

How could something of such benefit also become a problematic addiction? We see this most prevalently in cases of prescription drug dependences and other pain-relieving substances.  The psychedelic effects of Marijuana specifically impacts brain receptors and functions of the mind. This leads to mood disorders, feelings of depression, and intense anxiety stemming from the chemical and physical distress smoking has on the body. 

Drug Rehabilitation Centers across the country have battled with treating this type of addiction for centuries. Understanding every strand differs in potency, there are serious dangers involved with the consumption of marijuana; the most devastating effects being on mental health and its tendency to be habit-forming. 

A gateway drug, simply put, leaves users wanting more. According to the National Institute of Drug Abuse, it’s common for people to use alcohol, nicotine and marijuana prior to trying more addictive substances. That being said, marijuana is not alone in its gateway-like attributes and is much like other legal and illicit drugs in its harmful traits. 

As the best detox center in Los Angeles, Ridgeview Ranch asks curious minds to weigh the benefits before using and make an educated decision about the future health of your body, mind, and spirit. For a private session with a certified addiction treatment specialists, please give us a call at (877) 526-7706. We’re here to help! 

The Importance of Medically Supported Detox and Residential Treatment

Every person deserves the chance to be happy and live well. Life’s sweetest recipe is made with love, support, and careful guidance through the murky waters of partying and drug abuse.

Clinical Addiction Specialists, such as the ones staffed at Ridgeview Ranch, are trained to conquer the most difficult obstacles when it comes to detoxing and rehabilitation. Our world-renowned treatment center provides 24-hour clinical support, a clean, comfortable setting, nutritiously balanced meals and recreational activities proven to help residents thrive in treatment.

The first step on the road to recovery is the hardest. If you or someone you know is ready to join a drug or alcohol addiction program, seeking the right specialists is key. At a medically supported detox and residential treatment center, you can ensure you’re getting the best attention and licensed care possible.

Ridgeview Ranch is a CARF accredited treatment center, delivering the highest level of accredited rehabilitative care in the country! We employ a team of highly credentialed Addiction Counselors, Master-Level Therapists, and Addiction Specialists known throughout the industry for effectively addressing the core issues of chemical dependency and mental health.

When you’re battling something as critical and life-changing as drug detox and addiction, you want the best chance for recovery on your side. Not only does medical attention help ease the transition to sober living, residential treatment programs greatly increase the chance of long-lasting success and recovery.

As the leading drug detox center in Los Angeles, our luxurious homes and holistic, stress-reducing activities are designed with your health and wellness in mind. We urge everyone struggling with addiction to seek medical help. Know you’re not alone! Call (877) 526-7706 for a complimentary, confidential assessment with our board-certified clinical team today. Your path to healing begins here.

5 Must-Knows For Getting Through The Holidays During Recovery

For some people, the holidays are a time to let loose and celebrate. However, for those recovering from addiction, it can be tough to watch as family and friends indulge from the sidelines. Remember, everyone’s path to healing is different and your strengths rely on your ability to stay sober, even through the hardest (or happiest) of occasions. 

Excessive drinking and drug use alter the way our brain functions, attacking our cognitive abilities and capacity for pleasure. In other words…Our bodies are prone to addiction. Have you ever heard of a chemical substance called dopamine? It’s our brain’s way of rewarding us for having fun. We release dopamine when we’re eating, exercising, laughing…and even more so when we’re consuming drugs or alcohol. No wonder the nightlife here in Southern California is so popular! Our body wants us to feel happy. So, in turn, we naturally seek avenues to which we will have the greatest success.

With the holidays fast approaching, we’re reflecting on 12 years of successful Ridgeview Ranch traditions and addiction treatment. So, we decided to share some of our favorite must-know sober tips with you! We’d also like to remind our readers that phone lines are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Holidays included! When it comes to recovering from drug and alcohol addiction, we’re your home away from home. Know you’re not alone and while those around you may not understand successful detox and recovery, our clinical experts do. 

TIP #1: Plan An Exit Strategy.  

If the urge to drink or use becomes too much to bear, make sure you have a strategy for getting out of there! Uber is your new friend and getting to a place of control and resistance is your destination.

TIP #2: Give Back To The Community. 

There are so many charitable events going on around the holidays. Join a food drive or volunteer at a local shelter. The gratification of helping others will help improve your self-esteem and sense of self-worth. 

TIP #3: Get A Sober Buddy. 

Sober buddies are a big must during the holidays. Addiction treatment is an ongoing process that requires constant support and care. Make sure to bring a sober friend or relative along, as holiday parties are prone to full bars and lots of temptation! 

TIP #4: Avoid Feeling Irritable And Restless. 

If you’ve attended our world-class treatment center, you know how much our addiction specialists stress the importance of whole-body wellness. In order for your recovery to be a success, especially during the stresses of late-night celebrations and overdrawn feasts, remember to eat regularly, try for a full 8 hours night sleep, exercise, and practice meditation exercises to relieve tension. 

TIP #5: Give Thanks To Yourself. 

The holidays are a perfect time to thank yourself and the ones you love the most. What it took this year to beat addiction, and to get you where you are right now, is definitely worth a little gratitude.  Take a moment out of your day to reflect on past accomplishments and write a list of what you’re thankful for. 

This holiday season, we’re thankful for our outstanding client base and dedicated medical staff. The path to healing and recovery truly begins with you! Here at Ridgeview Ranch, our mission is to provide a safe, healing atmosphere to help foster growth and the tools you need to recover from addiction. If you or a loved one is struggling to stay sober, please call us (877) 526-7706 for a free, confidential assessment.  

Chronic Diseases Require Ongoing Treatment

If you find yourself inhibited by alcohol, opiates or any other drugs, seek addiction treatment. Trying to recover all on your own is hard and often unsuccessful. Chronic diseases require constant control and treatment. And unfortunately, during a withdrawal, your brain just doesn’t function at its 100% best.

At Ridgeview Ranch, we recognize how hard it is to recover from addiction. We know the effects it has on your body and mind and we work diligently to overcome these obstacles with you. Our individualized treatment plans are customized to fit each person’s needs, no matter how critical they may be, and target mental, physical and spiritual development to retrain your brain and reactions to drug use.

Southern California has plenty of distractions that can deter you from seeking the addiction treatment you need to heal. Keep in mind, our bodies are constantly seeking happiness and the release of dopamine in our brains. That’s just the nature of our biology. However, if you lack the control to manage destructive impulses such as drug and alcohol consumption and bombard your mind with substances it can’t control, you may lead yourself down a path you don’t want to be on.

Balancing Life and Happiness

In addiction treatment, we’ll teach you how to manage your addiction and find balance in everyday life. Recent studies have shown that stress and cognitive pressure greatly impact the ability to avoid tempting situations, like walking past a bar or designated smoking area. At Ridgeview Ranch, we believe that when it comes to beating addiction, managing stress and physical conditioning will put you back on the path to healthy living. We focus on the “Whole Person” and the characteristics that make each individual unique. Our programs incorporate calming activities such as art, music, and yoga to better treat the underlying behaviors that cause addiction and ensure a successful path to recovery.

If you or a loved one is struggling with alcohol or substance abuse, please If you or a loved one is struggling with alcohol or substance abuse, please Contact Ridgeview Ranch at (877) 526-7706 for a Confidential & Complimentary Assessment with one of our Recovery Specialists. Calls are answered 24 hours a day, every day. We’ve helped so many people overcome addiction. Let us help you too! Calls are answered 24 hours a day, every day. We’ve helped so many people overcome addiction. Let us help you too!

Why Our Bodies Are Prone to Addiction

According to the National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA), addiction is a chronic, relapsing brain disease characterized by compulsive drug seeking and use, despite harmful consequences. Chronic being the key term. Like other chronic diseases, addiction can be treated and maintained but it cannot be cured. Why?

The Science Behind Addiction

Our bodies are prone to addiction. Our body wants us to feel happy. So, in turn, we naturally seek avenues to which we will have the greatest success. Sometimes that creates a problem. Ridgeview Ranch knows how to help you solve it. Call today for a Confidential & Complimentary Assessment with one of our Recovery Specialists.

Excessive drinking and drug use alter the way our brain functions, attacking our cognitive abilities and capacity for pleasure. In other words…Our bodies are prone to addiction. Have you ever heard of a chemical substance called dopamine? It’s our brain’s way of rewarding us for having fun. We release dopamine when we’re eating, exercising, laughing…and even more so when we’re consuming drugs or alcohol. No wonder the nightlife here in Southern California is so popular! Our body wants us to feel happy. So, in turn, we naturally seek avenues to which we will have the greatest success.

Chronic Diseases Require Ongoing Treatment

If you find yourself inhibited by alcohol, opiates or any other drugs, seek addiction treatment. Trying to recover all on your own is hard and often unsuccessful. Chronic diseases require constant control and treatment. And unfortunately, during a withdrawal, your brain just doesn’t function at its 100% best.

At Ridgeview Ranch, we recognize how hard it is to recover from addiction. We know the effects it has on your body and mind and we work diligently to overcome these obstacles with you. Our individualized treatment plans are customized to fit each person’s needs, no matter how critical they may be, and target mental, physical and spiritual development to retrain your brain and reactions to drug use.

Southern California has plenty of distractions that can deter you from seeking the addiction treatment you need to heal. Keep in mind, our bodies are constantly seeking happiness and the release of dopamine in our brains. That’s just the nature of our biology. However, if you lack the control to manage destructive impulses such as drug and alcohol consumption and bombard your mind with substances it can’t control, you may lead yourself down a path you don’t want to be on.

Balancing Life and Happiness

In addiction treatment, we’ll teach you how to manage your addiction and find balance in everyday life. Recent studies have shown that stress and cognitive pressure greatly impact the ability to avoid tempting situations, like walking past a bar or designated smoking area. At Ridgeview Ranch, we believe that when it comes to beating addiction, managing stress and physical conditioning will put you back on the path to healthy living. We focus on the “Whole Person” and the characteristics that make each individual unique. Our programs incorporate calming activities such as art, music, and yoga to better treat the underlying behaviors that cause addiction and ensure a successful path to recovery.

If you or a loved one is struggling with alcohol or substance abuse, please If you or a loved one is struggling with alcohol or substance abuse, please Contact Ridgeview Ranch at (877) 526-7706 for a Confidential & Complimentary Assessment with one of our Recovery Specialists. Calls are answered 24 hours a day, every day. We’ve helped so many people overcome addiction. Let us help you too! Calls are answered 24 hours a day, every day. We’ve helped so many people overcome addiction. Let us help you too!

The Problems at the Core of the Opioid Crisis

Our country has been battling an opioid addiction crisis for nearly 30 years. In the early 1990s, public officials had some justification in blaming patient-prescribed pills as the source of the problem. During that time, physicians increased the number of prescriptions to compensate for undertreatment of pain in patients, and in 1996 Oxycontin was released and vigorously marketed to doctors. Since then, lawmakers and doctors have been trying to find the right balance of regulation and usage among patients, not to mention issues with the drugs finding their way into black markets.

It’s clearer to see in retrospect that policymakers have misjudged possible solutions to the problem by overestimating the patient risk in using prescription drugs. At the same time, they have done very little to encourage and assist clinicians in identifying patients who would be more vulnerable to develop an addiction.

It’s clearer to see in retrospect that policymakers have misjudged possible solutions to the problem by overestimating the patient risk in using prescription drugs. At the same time, they have done very little to encourage and assist clinicians in identifying patients who would be more vulnerable to develop an addiction. In general, they regard drops in opioid prescriptions as a good thing, while in reality, tighter restrictions often prevent many non-addicted patients from getting the opiates they need.

Further clouding the issue is the fact that patients who abuse their pills are often not new to drug use. In the federal government’s 2014 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, it was revealed that more than three-fourths of opioid misusers had previously used non-prescribed benzodiazepines like Valium or Xanax as well as inhalants. Instead of being innocent parties who end up with addiction after being given a prescription, most patients with opioid addiction already have an extensive history of drug use.

Addiction is also a dynamic process. It isn’t something that can be traced to one specific action in one specific moment in time—it usually runs much deeper than, “if only I hadn’t taken that one pill, things would be okay.” Addiction can usually be traced to stressors unique to each individual, such as depression, anxiety, or a seemingly endless variety of concerns that could weigh heavily on one’s thoughts and feelings—being overweight, feeling stuck and frustrated in a job, being able to “come out” to one’s family, etc. When a drug triggers a bodily response that reduces the impact of those stressors, it becomes a seductive alternative to coping with them. This isn’t to say addiction is inevitable at that point, but it’s an indication that the risk is much higher for these individuals.

The problems at the core of the opioid crisis go far beyond the pills themselves. They are much more likely to gain addictive power over people who feel that their use is relieving an inner pain or satisfying an unmet need. So while it has been important to pay attention to the regulation of prescriptions, it is just as important to recognize patients who could be at a greater risk to develop a dependency. If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction to opioids, other substances, or alcohol, Contact Ridgeview Ranch (877-526-7706) to speak with one of our clinical professionals about seeking treatment.

How Families Can Help Addicts After Rehab

The post-rehab period for recovering addicts presents its own challenges. Not only do they need to continue staying sober, but they also have to do it without the constant professional attention they had during treatment. Because of this significant change in their environment, support from family is critical. However, it’s common for family members to feel unsure about how they can help, so here are a few practices that have been successful for families in supporting their loved ones after rehab.

If you have a loved one who is preparing to complete an addiction treatment program and have questions or concerns about supporting them in their post-rehab life, contact Ridgeview Ranch (877-526-7706) to speak with one of our Clinical Professionals.

Learn All You Can

Being better educated on addiction helps family members comprehend what their loved one is going through. In understanding the causes of addiction, family members can avoid falling into a “blame game” and focus on productive approaches to helping and healing. There are many online resources dedicated to educating people on addiction, and most libraries and bookstores also have sections on the subject.

Go to Meetings and Therapy Sessions

Supporting an addict isn’t easy. Frustration can lead to issues in communication and trust. Connecting with other families of addicts through meeting programs like Alcoholics Anonymous allows family members to listen and talk with people who are going through a similar situation. Attending these meetings and learning from them can lessen the difficulties they experience with the addicted person and reduce stress through awareness.

It’s also good to enter a family therapy program or private therapy sessions where a trained professional can help identify and break down feelings of anger and frustration that block healthy relationships. By facing such problems and working through them in personal and group settings, families can build the strong bonds necessary for effective support.

Take Care of Yourself

Because supporting an addict is difficult, stress is inevitable. It’s important for family members to take care of themselves and deal with their stress so they can stay strong in their support. Much of this can be accomplished with exercise and sleep. Simple exercises and activities like jogging or a few laps in the pool are effective in relieving stress. And sleep has long been recognized as essential to mental health. One way to ensure good sleep is to establish a fixed bedtime/waking schedule, which lets your brain develop a natural pattern and “know” when it’s time to sleep.

Manage Your Expectations

It’s understandable that families feel hopeful when their loved one enters an addiction treatment program, and to feel excited when they complete it. But the reality is that it isn’t the end, and it probably will take more time for them to become “themselves” again in their post-rehab life. This is why it’s so important to understand that recovery is a work in progress. Even so, the fact that your loved one is present so the family can be together should be considered a great success in the overall process—so keep those hopes up, but also keep them in check. If you have a loved one who is preparing to complete an addiction treatment program and have questions or concerns about supporting them in their post-rehab life, Contact Ridgeview Ranch (877-526-7706) to speak with one of our Clinical Professionals. Or use our convenient Contact Form.

Staying Sober After Rehab

Recovering from addiction is a great achievement, but it’s also the beginning of a new process. After sobriety has been reached, maintaining it presents yet another challenge. Though treatment centers teach strategies to help recovering addicts deal with difficult situations that can trigger cravings, some fear relapse after leaving rehab. They worry that without the constant support they received during treatment, they will give in to the pressures of everyday life and start using again. But there are steps you can take to ease the transition into life after rehab and stay sober.

Recovering from addiction is a great achievement, but it’s also the beginning of a new process. After sobriety has been reached, maintaining it presents yet another challenge. Ridgeview Ranch is here to help!

Enter a Post-Treatment Program

Some centers offer post-treatment support administered by trained professionals to help recovering addicts stay sober after rehab. Support can come in the form of individual or group counseling, attending support groups, medication, drug testing, and even check-ins either in person or over the phone. If your treatment provider does not offer post-treatment services, ask for a referral to someone who can help.

Form Your Own Support Team

Friends and family members can be a vital source of post-treatment support. Ask some of the people closest to you to be there for you when you need it. You can also build relationships with other recovering addicts you meet through support groups. They are people who can relate to what you are going through and can become someone to lean on.

Practice and Maintain a Healthy Lifestyle

Living a physically active and nutritionally balanced lifestyle has been strongly linked to successful recovery and continued sobriety. You can use an exercise you enjoy as a distraction from cravings or as an “outlet” to reduce stress, one of the most common triggers for relapse. Also, a healthy diet provides your body with the nutrients and energy you need to feel good both physically and mentally.

Know Your Triggers and Manage Them

When you know what situations trigger the urge to use, you can take steps to guard yourself against them. Strategize ways you can avoid being placed in those situations or come up with coping techniques to use when faced with them.

Be Ready to Address a Relapse

Relapse is always a possibility after recovery, but you can plan ahead about what to do in the event of a relapse. Make a list of people to contact (family members, friends, sponsors, health care providers) and have a pre-planned set of steps to follow to seek immediate help from an addiction treatment professional. Having this kind of plan can give peace of mind that you have yourself covered in advance—just in case. On a more practical level, it also gives you a ready guide for finding support and treatment as soon as possible so you can continue recovering.Ridgeview Ranch provides addiction treatment and post-treatment services to help those with drug and alcohol addiction recover and lead healthy lives. Contact Ridgeview Ranch (877-526-7706) with any questions for our team of clinical professionals regarding treatment and assistance staying sober.

Links Between Childhood Trauma and Addiction as an Adult

Researchers are constantly gathering more data & gaining a deeper understanding of the physiology & psychology of addiction, specifically the role of children’s biological, social, and experiential background in becoming addicted to alcohol and drugs later in life. For help starting on a path to recovery and healing, call 877-526-7706 to speak with one of our Addiction Specialists. Ridgeview Ranch can help.

The recently released Elton John biography film Rocketman has quickly gained wide acclaim from critics and audiences. One of the highlights of the movie is its treatment of his alcoholism and drug addiction resulting from his childhood experiences. Some have declared this aspect of the film as one of its greatest triumphs when compared to other rock star biopics.

Even if a viewer has not had personal experience with addiction or childhood trauma, Rocketman portrays the relationship between Elton’s childhood experiences and his addiction as an adult in a way that makes it relatable to anyone. As a result, more people are paying closer attention to the connection between childhood trauma and addiction development during adulthood.

Researchers are constantly gathering more data and gaining a deeper understanding of the physiology and psychology of addiction. This includes an ongoing search for answers regarding addiction development and susceptibility. Because a child’s environment and experiences significantly affect their physical and psychological development, more researchers have begun examining the role of children’s biological, social, and experiential background in becoming addicted to alcohol and drugs later in life.

As the brain develops during childhood, it forms, strengthens and even sometimes discards or alters its neural connections. One’s childhood experiences—both the positive and the negative—effect the brain’s growth and physical structure, sometimes determining whether certain connections between neurons become stronger, weaker, or broken. Negative structural changes can significantly impede brain development.

Traumatic experiences create frequent and high levels of stress that have been linked to impeded brain development in children. During this critical period of life when a maturing brain needs to form stable pathways, childhood trauma can instead destabilize and even destroy them. This creates vulnerabilities that raise the risk of future substance dependency, abuse, and addiction.

Many associate childhood trauma with child abuse, but several other intense experiences can contribute to increased risk for addiction. Neglect, loss of a parent, witnessing domestic or other acts of physical violence, and having a family member who suffers from mental illness have been linked to higher vulnerability. Also, in cases of child abuse, the child’s loved ones are the source of the trauma, essentially eliminating the possibility of family support when a child needs it most. Many of these victims later begin to use alcohol or drugs as a form of coping with the lasting emotional effects. While a traumatic childhood does not necessarily lead to addiction later in life, studies have revealed a strong link between trauma experienced as a child and addiction as an adult. This knowledge has helped treatment centers develop new methods to effectively help addicts toward recovery. If you or someone you know suffers from addiction, whether due to childhood trauma or other circumstances, contact Ridgeview Ranch (877-526-7706) to begin on the path to recovery. We offer several treatment programs supported by a trained, compassionate staff committed to guiding patients to sober, healthy lives.

America’s Two Drug Epidemics

America is waging a two-front battle against different substances and addictions that is beginning to overwhelm addiction treatment providers. Ridgeview Ranch is here to help. Call 877-526-7706 to speak with an Addiction Specialist today!

In recent years, public health officials have focused on rising opioid use among Americans. However, it is only one of two drug epidemics that have been spreading in the U.S. The other is methamphetamine use, which is growing rapidly in the western part of the country. The result is a two-front battle against different substances and addictions that are beginning to overwhelm addiction treatment providers.

The Struggle for Attention

Despite the rise of methamphetamine use and addiction in conjunction with that of opioids, local and federal lawmakers have been slow in keeping up with the trend. Indeed, the bulk of their attention—and funding—continues to go toward addressing opioids. Meanwhile, some supporters of opioid addiction treatment are concerned that giving attention to meth use will divert time and resources from their own cause, creating a divide among drug treatment advocates. Basically, opioid and meth treatment supporters are being forced to compete for their “fair share” of attention.

Causes of Rising Meth-Related Deaths

On the surface, methamphetamines are not as inherently lethal as opioids, but the rise of deaths from meth use suggests increased potency in current supplies, or possibly contamination that makes them deadlier. The higher death rate also includes more overdoses among older people. Most meth-related deaths are caused by brain hemorrhage or heart attack, which are unusual in young adults because their brain and heart tissue is typically healthier. As people age, they are at higher risk for both causes when using meth.

Risk of Relapse and Circumstantial Difficulties

As with all forms of addiction to substance and alcohol use, meth addicts are at risk of relapse. Statistically, 60% of meth users start to use again within a year of their recovery. It is an exceptionally difficult problem for them to overcome. The recovery process requires them to go through physical, mental, and emotional difficulties, Meanwhile, a relative lack of awareness, education, and material resources in comparison to those dedicated to preventing or treating opioid addiction deprives meth addicts of proper understanding and care.

If you or someone you know is struggling with alcohol or substance use, including methamphetamines or opioids, Contact Ridgeview Ranch (877-526-7706) for help starting on a path to recovery and healing. Our holistic addiction treatment programs are administered by compassionate experts to help addicts take back control of their lives. We also offer support for post-treatment individuals with sober living.