What if we told you that the most exciting and spiritually challenging journey of your life could include table tennis, a luxurious pool and spa, and gourmet meals every day at a beautiful San Diego facility? 90% of the people who need drug and alcohol rehab don’t seek help from a rehab provider. There are many reasons we become addicted, from trauma to stress, to chemical dependencies.
Why Luxury Treatment?
Luxury treatment can prepare you for a life of sobriety safely and more effectively than going cold turkey on your own. While the denotation of “luxury” can make it seem easy or pampered, the truth is that addiction is ~~a~~ crucial to overcome and that decades of research went into finding the best techniques and strategies to treat it. Our luxury treatment offers you the comfort of a full-service resort with the highest quality of care providers, but there is still a critical healing process underlying the whole experience. Our treatment specialists are all doctorate-level experts with proven clinical techniques in their arsenal of tools.
Rehab and Recovery
Rehab is an opportunity to focus on the mind, body, and self. The detox process is difficult on its own, made even more challenging with certain addictions like opiates, which pose serious physical harm in detox without professional oversight. One study found that as few as 25% of people going through detox managed to maintain their sobriety. While detox simply focuses on purging yourself of the drug and breaking the chemical hooks of addiction, it doesn’t do anything to prevent relapse. In an inpatient, luxury rehab, you have the unique opportunity to detox and heal while practicing the therapy and skills needed to maintain long-term sobriety.
Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Means a New Life
Detox is a simple, mathematical process. Go sober for a certain amount of time, and you’ve detoxed. Anyone can stop using for a week or two, but few can break the need for drugs and alcohol long-term on their own because the problems in your life that made addiction possible are still unresolved after detox. Eventually, we’ll run into the same or similar circumstances that propelled us to drug use in the first place. We’ll experience heartbreak, boredom, financial troubles, trauma, and stress because we’re still the same person in the same environment. Treatment means changing ourselves to be stronger for the world we have to embrace, or changing the environment that makes us vulnerable.
Addiction takes away something from everyone. Some lose their health, their young and adventurous years, others lose their finances, their family and friends. Drug and alcohol rehabilitation focuses on restoring the lost aspects of your life, to help you live a full and healthy lifestyle, breaking your reliance on drugs and alcohol by empowering you. You will always end up facing challenges in life, but after therapy and rehab, you’ll have a new way to handle those challenges. You will be able to foster a new mindset and adapt to the challenges instead of coping with drugs and alcohol.