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Alcohol and Drug Rehab

At A Better Today our goal is to open the door to recovery, a life free from drugs/alcohol. We offer various services customized to fit you or your addicted loved ones needs. If you are addicted or know someone who is struggling with an addiction in Salinas, CA call us today at 831-204-1322 ABT can help.

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Detox is a necessary period to go through upon entering recovery. This is where the toxins from the substances that were used are removed from the body, giving the addicted person a physically healthy body and a clear mind for entering treatment.

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Preparing an intervention may be necessary if your loved one is unwilling to admit they have a problem or refuses to accept help. Hosting an intervention yourself is an option, or you can utilize professional help which sometimes can be more successful. The desired outcome of an intervention is for your addicted loved one to agree to treatment.

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Rehab Frequently Asked Questions

If you have any questions, please view our FAQs or call us at: (831) 204-1322.

Addiction is not a moral failing but a brain disease that impairs the addicted persons ability to make decisions due to the rewiring of the brain. This is a result of repeated use of the substance(s). The addicted person has lost their power in choice.

If you or your loved one have found that when using a substance it takes a higher amount to get that feeling of euphoria or when not using that substance you get sick or go through withdrawal; that person may be addicted.

Affecting every area of the addicted persons life, addiction can and does destroy not only the addicted person's life but the lives of those around them. Relationships are damaged, material and financial things are depleted, as well as the increased risk of physical harm including death. The addicted person is affected mentally and emotionally and many health issues such as psychosis, seizures, or heart issues are relevant.

Absolutely. Our staff of counselors, case managers and all other employees are completely committed to making sure your privacy is respected and protected. We want you to be able to focus on your treatment without having to worry about anything, especially your privacy.

Making the choice between inpatient or outpatient treatment can be a difficult decision. Inpatient has proven to be more successful for various reasons however, outpatient has also proven to be very effective. The decision is completely up to you and depends on what your needs are.

If you or your loved one can't afford the cost of treatment you may be able to have a large portion of the cost covered. At times, people have utilized their insurance and been able to have their care completely covered.

It has proven beneficial for someone trying to enter recovery to get away from the town or situation that they used in. Traveling for treatment reduces the chance of triggers and risks significantly. If someone has the opportunity to go somewhere outside of where they used their chances of success increase and opportunities for relapse reduce.

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Addicted in Salinas, CA? A Better Today Can Help.

There is much beauty to be seen and many amazing things to be explored in Salinas, CA. However, even in the midst of this wonderful city many people are suffering in the grips of a force that is debilitating and non-discriminating. Addiction is destroying families, homes, opportunities, relationships and taking lives in Salinas, CA and all over the world. According to SAMHSA only 12% of people in California get the help they need for drug addiction and only 8% of individuals get help for their alcoholism. Parents are separated from their children, jobs are lost, opportunities pass by, and accidents happen all as a result of this destructive force called addiction. When someone is addicted to drugs/alcohol the effects do not only affect them individually but everyone connected to them. Interpersonal relationships are damaged as well as the persons own mental, emotional, social. and physical well being. The quality of life for an addicted person is greatly decreased by addiction. Mental health issues are sometimes induced or exacerbated by drug/alcohol use. Depression, anxiety, bi-polar disorder, psychosis, hallucinations, paranoia and other disorders are common as a result of substance abuse. Addiction can lead to accidents, health issues( such as seizures, heart problems, overdoses, etc...) and even death.

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Prior to entering and engaging in a successful recovery, the person addicted must be able to acknowledge and understand the damage being done by the addiction. When someone has a significant problem but refuses help or is in denial of the severity an, intervention may be necessary to open their eyes and the door to freedom. An intervention can either be hosted by the loved ones of the addicted person or held by a professional with experience. Displaying the genuine care, love, and concern for the addict and the damage being caused by their addiction should be the intention of the intervention. Shaming, blaming or criticizing will only make the addicted person retreat even further into the pits of addiction. If an intervention is successful, the addicted loved one will agree to treatment and will have a clearer mind entering their recovery.
With motivation to change and enter recovery the next steps await. It has proven very beneficial for someone to go out of their using environment and get a "break" to go to treatment possibly out of town or even out of state. Detox is the first step after the willingness to get help is established. A Better Today provides a medically-assisted withdrawal and detox period that alleviates most of the discomfort that come with the initial process. Many people are afraid to quit using because of the pain and discomfort that comes with detox, A Better Today makes it much easier. We employ counselors and staff who are educated and trained in the most effective treatment modules, guaranteeing the highest level of care. Upon completion of treatment we also provide you or your addicted loved one quality aftercare including transitional housing, intensive outpatient, groups, and support. We provide the tools needed to have a successful, drug/alcohol free, healthy fulfilling life here at A Better Today.

We can help at A Better Today

There is no "magic formula" to get rid of addiction however, here at A Better Today we work diligently to provide the education, support, skills, and resources our clients need to live a fulfilling life without the use of any substances. Psychoeducation and other methods help our clients to learn to live independently. A Better Today provides the coping skills and living skills that help you or your addicted loved one to maintain after reintegrating into society. If you or someone you know and love is suffering with a vicious addiction to drugs/alcohol please don't wait nay longer call us today at 831-204-1322 and end this cycle.

It’s easy to feel confused with all the information available on the web and on TV, and it’s hard to know who has the best advice. As certified leaders in the rehab community, Drug Rehab Salinas’s team of professionals is uniquely suited to help people sift through this sea of information. Highly trained and experienced operators are available 24 hours a day, so all (831) 204-1322 to speak with an addiction recovery professional now!

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Alcohol Drug Rehab Salinas CA


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