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Drug & Alcohol Rehab

A Better Today provides numerous services for California residents seeking options for a successful recovery. Whether it is alcohol, drugs or any mind-altering substance, we are here to help.

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Detox & Withdrawals

Before one can begin the recovery process, he/she must go through detox. During this time, the harmful chemicals from drugs or alcohol are allowed to clear the system, making for a clearer mind in treatment.

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If you know someone who needs help, but does not want it, an intervention may be exactly what is needed. Either you, or a professional interventionist may be able to help your loved one understand the severity of his/her problem.

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Rehab Frequently Asked Questions

If you have any questions, please view our FAQs or call us at: (559) 203-3007.

A substance abuse addiction means that the user’s brain has been retrained through repeated use to think that it needs drugs or alcohol and forces the user to seek out more at any cost. Addiction should not be seen as a choice but instead as a disease that removes a person’s will power and ability to make choices.

Some common signs that you may have become addicted to a substance are needing more and more to achieve the same effect and feeling sick if you go too long without using the substance. Shakes, and flu like symptoms are common when an addict ceases use of a substance that they are addicted to.

A Drug or Alcohol addiction is serious no matter what the substance of choice is. Besides the damaging effect that addiction can have on relationships with friends and family as well as society as a while, one major risk of substance abuse is to the body. Abusing drugs and alcohol can have drastic effects such as liver cirrhosis, psychosis, brain damage, seizures, nerve damage, coma and possibly even death. Even the withdrawal symptoms that happen when an addict stops using can have lasting effects.

Your treatment is absolutely confidential. Our staff is fully committed to making sure that no one ever has to know that you are or were in treatment. It’s your right to pick who you want to tell or if you want anyone to know at all.

There are many advantages to both inpatient and outpatient treatment. Outpatient treatment is ideal for those who cannot make the time commitment to inpatient treatment. Some people may have responsibilities such as taking care of dependents and outpatient treatment allows them to take care of such responsibilities while attending treatment a couple times a week for a few hours. Inpatient treatment means that you would stay at the facility until you complete the treatment. Many people have better success with inpatient treatment since it offers them the safety and comfort they need to focus on their treatment away from outside stressors of everyday life and possible triggers as well.

When you or your loved one is suffering with substance abuse the last thing you want to stress about is paying for treatment. Treatment, however can often be offset in large amounts by insurance and, in some cases, can be completely covered by it.

While treatment in your area may be more convenient it isn’t always the best answer. Staying in the area where an addict used or drank can often mean too much temptation and even stress about running into old dealers or driving past the usual bar. Getting out of the city or even out of the state can be very helpful in someone trying to break old habits and get away from their triggers and feel safe while they focus on getting better.

Getting Help From A Better Today while Addicted in CA.

Drug and alcohol addiction is a threat that impacts people across physical, ethnic, economic, gender, and international boundaries. Rancho Cucamonga, California is not immune to this epidemic. Substance abuse can negatively affect any and all aspects of a person’s life. Social life, job performance, finances, relationships with family and friends, and all around physical and mental well-being. As the disease progress, it demands to be tended to and made a priority over everything else. Addicted persons often put their use ahead of everything while watching their lives diminish. It is very difficult for a person to resist the urge to use especially after it has been such a prevalent part of life for a given period of time. Being abstinent for any period of time can often seem impossible, when in reality it just a phone call away. This is A Better Today can help.

Help is Here

At A Better Today we understand that there is no specific method of treatment that generally works best. Some treatment approaches are more effective to some people, while other methods are better constructed for others. That is why we offer various comprehensive treatment options including a medical detox, inpatient rehab, intense outpatient treatment, aftercare, and transitional living.

Refraining from drug use when it has been such a primary focus for so long can be very difficult. Will power is no longer an option. This is what makes addiction a disease. Not being able to quit even if there is an honest desire. A person may need an intervention. A Better Today can lead that process in a more positive direction. Interventions allow the professionals, family and friends, and the addicted person themselves to meet in a controlled environment with the purpose of helping the person take that first step into a new life. This is done in a respectful way as to not amplify feelings of guilt or shame in the victim of this disease.

Don't Wait, Call Now

If you or a loved one is struggling, please do not wait for them or yourself to become another statistic. Remember this is a medical condition, not a crime or moral deficiency. So give yourself or your loved one a break. There is a better today. It’s a phone call away. Thousands of people who have had the same struggles have gotten the help they need and the life they deserve by making that one simple decision.
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Alcohol Drug Rehab Rancho Cucamonga CA


8816 Foothill Blvd.

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