Thousand Oaks Alcohol and Drug Rehab Listings
Thousand Oaks, also called “T.O.” by many residents of its population of nearly 130,000 is located in a regional valley called Conejo Valley. This small oak tree filled community has approximately 2,000 single family homes. Within these homes there are many happy families – and a number that have seen their lives thrown into chaos by drug and alcohol addiction. There is hope and help available from a California drug rehab near you.
Teen Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Thousand Oaks
Thousand Oaks is a sleepy suburban community – and as such, many of the teenagers who live there have ample free time and access to money. This is a recipe for drug and alcohol abuse. Teen drug and alcohol rehab centers in Thousand Oaks help young people break the cycle of addiction before it has a chance to negatively impact the rest of their lives. Among the issues addressed in these drug treatment programs are: depression, peer pressure, self-image issues, abuse, problems at home and academic pressure.
How Long does Addiction Treatment in Thousand Oaks Take?
There are a number of different schools of thought as to how long an individual needs to stay in a drug or alcohol rehab program. Most treatment centers require a time commitment of at least a month – with most programs running 2-3 months long. When an individual is a danger to herself or others – or has a history of repeated relapse – then she may be a candidate for a long-term rehab center in Thousand Oaks., These programs are intense, and can last a full year or longer.
Genesis Outpatient Programs
145 Hodencamp Rd # 207
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