Simi Valley Alcohol and Drug Rehab Listings
Simi Valley is a small community, hidden in a valley surrounded by hills and mountains. It is connected to the San Fernando Valley, and has a population of 130,000 residents. Despite the unusual number of law enforcement officers that call Simi Valley home, there are still many men and women there who live their daily lives while secretly dealing with an addiction to alcohol or drugs. There is so much help available from any of the many California drug rehabs.
Types Of Simi Valley Drug And Alcohol Rehab
The purpose of an inpatient drug program is for a patient to enter a facility for an extended period of time, so they can seek help to end their addiction before they suffer the legal, financial and social consequences.
Outpatient drug rehab facilities help a patient get treatment for their addiction, even though they are unable to leave their home or work to attend therapy. Therapy sessions are scheduled for the patient based on their particular problem with alcohol. Patients are strongly recommended to attend these sessions five nights a week.
What Happens After Simi Valley Drug And Alcohol Treatment?
Once the patient has come to terms with their addiction, they will begin attending group therapy sessions through a 12 step program, as well as one on one counseling sessions. Aftercare is the best way for patients to ensure they continue on a road to sobriety.
Cornerstone Counseling Center
1633 Erringer Rd # 203b
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