Dana Point Rehab Campus is a Leader in Science-Based Addiction Treatment
Dana Point Rehab Campus has announced that it has been recognized as a leader for using science-based therapies to help its patients safely and effectively recover from alcohol addiction and substance use disorders. Dana Point Rehab Campus is a nationwide provider of addiction treatment that has earned accreditation from the Joint Commission — the nation’s oldest and largest accrediting body in health care that sets the highest industry standards.
Science-based addiction treatment is critical to helping people safely recover from substance use disorders with few complications while also reducing the risk for relapse and overdose. The National Institute on Drug Abuse reports that in 2017, more than 70,200 Americans died from a drug overdose, which is twice the number of Americans who died from an overdose a decade ago.
According to a review published in the journal Psychiatric Clinics of North America, the benefits of science-based addiction treatment include a reduction in drug and alcohol use, positive outcomes in retention, and improvements in addiction-related psychiatric, legal, job, family, and medical problems.
The science-based treatments available at Dana Point Rehab Campus include medication-assisted detox and a wide range of behavioral therapies such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, family behavior therapy, and more.
Every patient who receives treatment at the Dana Point Orange County facility receives individualized care and high-quality treatment in one of several drug rehab programs that include detox, inpatient residential rehab, and partial hospitalization. Drug rehab programs at Dana Point Rehab Campus usually last from 30 to 90 days.
For questions related to addiction, opioid misuse, and evidence-based treatment for drug and alcohol treatment such as detox and behavioral therapy, Dana Point Rehab Campus is ready to help. Contact one of their admissions specialists today at 949-347-5466 to learn more about their drug rehab programs and begin the treatment process.