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Alcohol Rehab

In today's society, where alcohol is legal, easily accessible, and socially accepted, alcohol abuse is quickly escalating. Alcohol, found at nearly every social gathering, restaurant, and store, weaves seamlessly into daily life's fabric. As such, acknowledging and addressing an alcohol problem often proves challenging.

Based on data from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, the analysis of alcohol related deaths between 2019 and 2020 showed a surge from nearly 79,000 to over 99,000, marking an increase of 25.5%. These figures highlight the urgency and necessity for effective interventions and treatment for alcohol abuse.

Conveniently located near Pasadena, Pathways Recovery Center is committed to halting this unfortunate trend. We offer a comprehensive, empathetic, and effective alcohol rehabilitation program meticulously designed to aid individuals grappling with alcoholism. Our program is more than a solution; it is a pathway to recovery, leading to a healthier, more fulfilling life free from the confines of alcohol dependence.

Our Holistic Approach: Alcohol Rehabilitation Program

At Pathways Recovery Center, we understand that treating alcohol addiction goes beyond addressing the symptoms—it's about treating the individual. As such, we've created a comprehensive program that considers the broad societal context of alcohol consumption. This program addresses not only the psychological aspects of addiction but also the physical symptoms that alcohol can cause.

One such physical symptom is "alcohol eyes," a term that describes how excessive alcohol consumption can lead to noticeable changes in the appearance of the eyes, including redness, swelling, and dark circles. Recognizing and treating these symptoms is a vital part of our holistic approach to rehabilitation, which aims to restore overall health and well-being.

At Pathways Recovery Center, we understand that treating alcohol addiction goes beyond addressing the symptoms - it's about treating the individual. As such, we've created a comprehensive program that considers the broad societal context of alcohol consumption.

The widespread acceptance and endorsement of alcohol in various social settings can often blur the line between moderate consumption and addiction. This societal normalizing of alcohol use can make it challenging to recognize the onset of alcoholism and the associated dangers it presents.

Over the period of 2015 to 2019,  140,000 lives were lost to excessive alcohol use in the United States each year. Our mission is to combat these sobering statistics. Our holistic rehabilitation program is designed to not only address the physical aspects of addiction but also to educate individuals about the severe impacts and risks of alcohol use disorder, including the dangers of combining trazodone and alcohol, and support them for lasting recovery.

Understanding Alcohol Use Disorder

Beginning the Recovery Journey: How Pathways Recovery Center Can Help

Recognizing an alcohol problem is just the beginning. Whether you are dealing with a severe dependency or are a functioning alcoholic, Pathways Recovery Center is here to guide you through the fear and confusion alcoholism often creates, providing a transformative experience that significantly improves your life.

Supervised Detoxification

The first phase of alcoholism treatment is often supervised detoxification. Detoxing from alcohol can lead to severe, life-threatening symptoms like seizures and dehydration, making it dangerous to attempt alone. At Pathways Recovery Center, our experienced clinical and nursing staff monitor and implement medication-assisted detox, ensuring the safest and least painful detox experience.

Before starting the detox, it's beneficial to familiarize yourself with the journey ahead. Discover more about the duration and nature of alcohol cravings. Also, if you are considering quitting alcohol cold turkey, it's crucial to understand the risks and seek professional guidance.

Comprehensive Alcohol Addiction Treatment

After detox and medical stabilization, the intensive treatment for alcohol addiction begins in our serene, private facility. Here, patients undergo assessments to understand the contributing biological, social, and psychological factors to their addiction.

  • Personalized Treatment: Every individual's addiction journey is unique, as is their treatment plan. We design a personalized treatment approach for each patient based on their needs and history.
  • Evidence-Based Therapies: Using evidence-based therapies like Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), we help patients learn new coping skills, positive thinking patterns, and strategies to overcome cravings.
  • Addressing Co-Occurring Disorders: Alcoholism often co-occurs with other mental health disorders, such as depression and anxiety. Our team is equipped to concurrently diagnose and treat these disorders, offering comprehensive care.

Sustaining Recovery: Post-Treatment Support and Aftercare

We recognize that recovery extends beyond the completion of the residential inpatient program. To help patients maintain long-term sobriety, we provide extensive post-treatment support and aftercare program. This includes:

  • Continued Therapy: Regular sessions with a therapist to address any ongoing issues or new challenges that arise.
  • Regular Check-Ins: Scheduled check-ins to monitor progress and provide support.
  • Support Groups: Access to support groups where patients can share experiences, offer advice, and provide mutual support.

Embarking on the Journey to Recovery - Pathways Recovery Center Near Pasadena

If you or a loved one are struggling with alcoholism, don't hesitate to contact Pathways Recovery Center. Our alcohol rehabilitation program near Pasadena is designed to provide the support, treatment, and tools needed to reclaim your life from addiction. Contact us today to learn more about what we treat and how we can help begin your journey to a healthier, happier life.

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Cocaine Addiction

Cocaine is the most trafficked drug in the world and it is estimated that at least 5 million Americans use it. It is highly addictive and often ends in psychosis and financial ruin. Long term cocaine use can lead to heart disease, stroke, seizure disorders, chronic headaches, and many cognitive deficits. As the use of cocaine increases, you may feel stronger cravings as your brain changes to adapt. Once your mind and body begin to depend on the drug, you may have trouble functioning without it. Pathways can help you beat cocaine through intensive treatment that has been proven effective.

Heroin Addiction

Since 1999, heroin related overdose rates have multiplied more than seven times. Many heroin users were once legitimately prescribed opiate painkillers like OxyContin and found heroin a cheaper and easier to acquire substitute. Heroin use has become increasing dangerous due to the presence of Fentanyl, a substance that leads to fatal overdose with shockingly small quantities of the drug. Treatment for heroin addiction requires medically supervised detoxification.

Opioid Addiction

The U.S. is currently experiencing an unprecedented Opioid epidemic. Due to the over-prescribing of painkiller like OxyContin and Vicodin, many people with legitimate pain management issues have become addicted to opiates. Dependence on opiates leads to tolerance of the drugs. Once the user has developed tolerance of opiates, they higher and higher doses to achieve the same effect. Some users find themselves turning to heroin to supplement the increased amount of the substance they need. Opiate addiction often leads to overdose and requires medically supervised detoxification.

Prescription Drug Addiction

Use of opiate painkillers such as Oxycontin and Percocet, as well as benzodiazepines like Xanex and Valium can quickly escalate from use to abuse due to the tolerance and dependency that develops from regular use. Stimulants like Adderal are very powerful and can quickly become addictive even when used for legitimate disorders like ADHD and narcolepsy. Pathways can help you learn to cope with your issues without these substances. Detox from these drugs can be dangerous and requires medical supervision.

Methamphetamine Addiction

The United Nations recently put the number of people worldwide abusing Methamphetamine at approximately 24.7 million. The effects of meth abuse are quickly visible and often lead to incarceration, physical deterioration, and complete demoralization. Pathways provides a serene and quiet environment for the meth detoxification process, as well as intensive therapy to prepare clients to leave Meth behind for good.

Clinically reviewed by 

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Moses Nasser
Dr. Moses Nasser, a double board-certified physician in Family Medicine and Addiction Medicine, with expertise in holistic healing, addiction medicine, and psychiatric care, holds an X-waiver to prescribe buprenorphine and has extensive experience in mindfulness-based customer service and medication-assisted treatment.

Testimonials

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Matt K.

"Traveled 1200 miles not knowing what to expect. My expectations were exceeded. All staff, counselors, etc. really cared about my well being and progression. Family owned. Food, lodging… everything was awesome. Was such a wonderful experience in a dark time for me"

Ashley A.

"So grateful for Pathways. I got the help and guidance I needed during my stay there. Every staff member showed how much they cared about their clients. I felt safe and cared for throughout my stay. The facility is super nice too. Excited for my new lease on life thanks to Pathways Recovery."

Brett J.

"I highly recommend Pathways Recovery Center for residential drug and alcohol treatment. I spent 4 weeks at Pathways and it was a great experience. I want to thank Madonna for help getting me into the program. Shout out to all the staff there for making my experience positive and for their help supplying me with the essential tools I needed for my road to recovery."

Sandra P.

"The process is simple and understandable. The counselor are willing and able to answer any question about the process. We are kept up to date on our son's progress. We are given suggestions on how to continue progressing forward. Madonna is the best at helping us understand what is happening on the inside of a patient mind. We are so happy with this facility. The best!"

Anna A.

"This place is awesome!! Words can not express how grateful our family is for them. The staff and counselors are kind, helpful, and knowledgeable, They saved my dad after 20+ years of drug addiction. It was their dedicated and caring staff that helped him to get and stay clean. His journey was hard but he was able to o reclaim his life just in time to rebuild relationships with his Adult children and young grandkids. Having him back sober is the best gift we could ever ask for."

Chad B.

"Literally saved my life. I was on a dark path of total destruction and had never been to a treatment center before I had no idea it was like this. The staff was extremely knowledgeable in all aspects of health and well being to each patience individual addiction recovery needs. The food was amazing. The kitchen staff accomidated individual food needs."

Supervised Detoxification

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