Substance Abuse Treatment
Addiction Statistics in the U.S.
The National Center for Drug Abuse Statistics (NCDAS) is a helpful resource highlighting drug abuse data in the United States. NCDAS shared that a key finding of their research is that half of Americans 12 and older have used illicit drugs at least once in their lives. Additionally, the NCDAS reported that 20.4% of Americans are living with an alcohol use disorder, and 25.4% of individuals who use illicit drugs are living with an addiction.
National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSUDH) reported that 19.7 million Americans 23 and older were living with a substance use disorder in 2017. The NSUDH shared that approximately 8.5 million Americans in the same age group were living with another mental health concern in addition to their substance use disorder in 2017.
ARTS IOP offers substance abuse treatment in Los Angeles, California. Our outpatient addiction treatment programs are designed to support you at various stages of your recovery. Our Licensed Professionals will work with you to customize your treatment to ensure you are receiving the care you need. Call to speak with an ARTS IOP representative today.
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What Drugs Are Most Commonly Abused?
The National Center for Drug Abuse Statistics (NCDAS) reported that the most commonly used substances by Americans are marijuana, opioids, prescription pain medications, prescription stimulants, LSD, cocaine, prescription sedatives, methamphetamines, and heroin, respectively. The prevalence of substances abused in different areas in the country will vary, which means that you may observe differences within your area than someone else who lives in a different area of the country.
If you or a loved one are in need of substance abuse treatment in LA, we encourage you to call to speak with an ARTS IOP representative. We offer outpatient treatment options, including a partial hospitalization program, an intensive outpatient program, and routine outpatient treatment. Call today to learn more!
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Our PHP programs offers clients highly individualized care by our clinical staff to begin the recovery process.
Our Intensive Outpatient provides extra care for those who have just begun their sobriety and need extra help.
Our Outpatient Program is highly effective at teaching skills needed to stay and remain sober.
What Are the Signs of Addiction?
When someone is struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction, there are changes that they and those around them may observe. It is important to note that the changes below could be the result of normal life changes or other mental health concerns, so it is important to have an open and non-judgmental conversation if you are concerned about a loved one.
Common signs or symptoms associated with addiction include:
– Loss of control over their use of drugs or alcohol
– Needing to use to avoid being sick or hungover
– Spending more time and money on drugs or alcohol
– Loss of interest in hobbies and other interests
– Spending less time with friends and family
– Being impaired (changes in pupils, impaired coordination, changes in consciousness)
– Changes to personal hygiene
– Unintended weight loss
– Physical signs of intravenous use
– Smelling like drugs or alcohol
– New financial concerns
– Repercussions at work or school
– New legal concerns related to drug or alcohol use
– Hiding their drug or alcohol use
– Denial that their use is a concern
– Noticeable changes in their personality or mindsets
– Loss of motivation
– Finding tools for illicit drug use
ARTS IOP offers substance abuse treatment in Los Angeles to local residents. We offer a variety of outpatient treatment options which can provide you with a continuous source of support during your recovery journey. Our holistic approach will provide you support in all the areas of your life that were impacted by your addiction. To learn more about how ARTS IOP can help you, we encourage you to call today!
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How to Treat Substance Abuse Disorders?
Treatment options for individuals who are struggling with drugs and alcohol will vary from person to person. Factors that are taken into consideration include the severity of the person’s symptoms, the number of symptoms, physical health concerns, mental health concerns, and what substances are being abused.
There are two main categories of addiction treatment; inpatient and outpatient care. Inpatient treatment options include detoxification and inpatient rehab programs. Inpatient treatment programs include a full day of structured treatment while you reside in the treatment center. The length of inpatient rehab programs can vary from 4 to 12 weeks, depending on your needs.
A variety of outpatient treatment options can be used during different stages of your recovery journey. Individuals who struggle with a severe substance use disorder may find themselves in a Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP), which will have a full day of treatment, similar to inpatient rehab. The key difference is that you would reside in your home or another sober environment. Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOPS) are a short-term treatment option that can include 9 to 12 hours of group therapy each week. Routine outpatient treatment tends to be more personalized and can include group or individual therapy.
Both inpatient and outpatient treatment options can use group therapy, individual therapy, dual-diagnosis treatment, and medication-assisted treatment (MAT) to support individuals working on their recovery. If you or a loved one have been struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction, you should consider addiction treatment in Los Angeles, CA. For individuals living in the surrounding area, ARTS IOP can provide you with outpatient treatment services that can be worked into your daily routine. To learn more about how our programs can be tailored to your needs, call to speak with an ARTS IOP representative now.
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How to Find a Comprehensive Substance Abuse Treatment in Los Angeles
If you have been struggling with drugs or alcohol and are ready to get the help you are needing, you have resources available to you to make this process a bit easier. One resource would be your insurance provider. By calling the number on the back of your insurance ID card, you can speak with a representative who can provide you with a list of local addiction treatment providers who are in the network. Additionally, an insurance representative can give you a clear understanding of what your financial responsibility would be for different treatment options.
Another option would be to speak with your primary care physician or other health care professional. With the prevalence of addiction being as high as it is, healthcare providers are familiar with treatment options available within your area and can help narrow down which level of care would be appropriate for you.
Los Angeles addiction treatment programs are available at ARTS IOP. Our outpatient addiction treatment programs provide you with a holistic treatment approach that includes dual-diagnosis treatment for other mental health concerns you are living with. Call today to learn more about how ARTS IOP can support you in your recovery!
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ARTS IOP Offers Substance Abuse Treatment in Los Angeles
For individuals in the Los Angeles struggling with an addiction, you may find that you have a variety of treatment options available to you. We invite you to contact ARTS IOP to speak with a representative about what makes our treatment program unique.
Our treatment programs are designed to be tailored to each individual that we work with. Every person who walks into our facility has their own story, which deserves to be incorporated into their treatment plan. This can include mental health treatment, and specialized treatment approaches.
We are confident that you will find our inclusive and welcoming facility to be welcoming. Our Licensed Professionals will work with you to develop a solid foundation for your recovery and support you through the expected and unexpected challenges in your recovery. Call today to learn more about how we can support you!