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  • Many people in San Bernardino County struggle with addiction or are in need of substance abuse treatment. While reaching out for treatment can be a hard choice, doing so can save yours or your loved one’s life. 

    Substance Abuse Treatment In Fontana, California

    When you begin searching for a rehab facility to create your individualized treatment plan, it’s important to consider whether you need mental health services in addition to treatment for substance use disorder. 

    California’s Department of Health Care Services oversees addiction treatment throughout Southern California and ensures that high-quality programming is available to people who need treatment. 

    You may want to try the following to learn more about treatment facilities near you: 

    • reach out to a treatment provider directly
    • use California Department of Health Care Services’ Directories For Substance Use Disorder Services
    • check the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s Behavioral Health Treatment Locator

    Fontana Alcohol & Drug Treatment Programs

    As you narrow down options for drug treatment services, it’s important to know what to begin as you start treatment. Most people start with medical detox supervised by clinicians. After detox, many people move on to inpatient or outpatient rehab, followed by an aftercare program. 

    Medical Drug & Alcohol Detox

    Detoxification is a short-term process that allows drugs and/or alcohol to leave your body as comfortably and safely as possible. Your doctor and other members of your treatment team will closely monitor your withdrawal symptoms and help prepare you for treatment. 

    Inpatient/Residential Drug Rehab

    During residential treatment, you’ll stay at the facility and have access to 24-hour care. Residential treatment can be perfect for dual diagnosis patients. Other treatment services include group therapy, behavioral therapy, holistic activities, and more.

    Outpatient Treatment

    Outpatient treatment makes more sense than inpatient treatment for some people. Partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient treatment programs allow you to travel to and from the facility each day for comprehensive treatment services. 

    Opioid & Alcohol Treatment Programs

    Medication-assisted treatment, or MAT, combines medication(s) with behavioral therapy to manage the physical and psychological effects of opioid and alcohol addiction that can make it harder to stay sober long-term. 

    Aftercare

    When you finish your rehab program, your journey to sobriety is just beginning. Your aftercare program may consist of sober-living housing, 12-step programs, case management, individual counseling, and more. 

    Using Health Insurance For Addiction Treatment In Fontana, California

    If you have health insurance (including Medicaid/Medicare), your treatment may be fully or partially covered. Learn more about your coverage by calling the phone number on your insurance card or reaching out to a treatment provider directly. 

    If you do not have health insurance, you may want to consider state-funded rehab options. 

    Addiction Treatment At Ark Behavioral Health

    We know how hard it can be to reach out for treatment for yourself or loved ones, and we’re here for you. Pick up the phone and call our helpline today to learn more about how our recovery centers can help you get your life back. 

    Written by Ark Behavioral Health Editorial Team
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    This page does not provide medical advice.
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