If you or someone you love suffers from addiction, you understand how this potentially fatal illness can wreak havoc on one’s body, mind, and spirit while destroying precious relationships. Deteriorating physical health, family troubles, and legal repercussions are the common consequences that accompany the actions taken by those in addiction’s grip. There is hope!
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Olympia House cares, is the best way I can describe it.
A rehab treatment center nearby like Olympia House provides the convenience of getting the help you need and deserve as soon as possible. There’s a reason why our Northern California treatment center is considered one of the top drug and alcohol rehabs in the western United States.
Alcoholism or Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) is a chronic disease or state that is characterized by uncontrolled consumption and oftentimes intense preoccupation with alcohol.
Alcoholism is a treatable condition. At Olympia House, you or a family member can finally break free from the grasps of Alcohol. Olympia provides a non-medical detox for Alcoholism. Olympia also when appropriate works with expert medical providers or corresponding facilities to provide tested and evidence-based medical interventions to make patients comfortable during detox. Recovery is supported by counseling, group therapy, family therapy, and other peer support groups in a serene setting in Petaluma, California.
Some common stimulants are Methamphetamine (often referred to as meth), Cocaine, Crack, Adderall (which is a type of amphetamine). Some of the effects of stimulants include severe anxiety, extreme excitability, weight loss / little appetite, and more. At Olympia House, recovery from stimulant dependency is possible with the active participation of the individual in developing a person-centered, individualized recovery plan.
Prevent Teen Addiction
Addiction in teens is growing at a frightful pace. Olympia House Rehab lists 18 ways to prevent teen addiction with alcohol and drugs to help you live a better life.
There are many types of prescription drugs and of the portion that have psychological effects (change your state of mind). Some can be highly addictive. These highly addictive drugs most often fall into the categories called opioids, benzodiazepines, and amphetamines.
Patients at Olympia house may undergo a non-medical detox for prescription drug abuse. Olympia House utilizes many resources to make sure you or a loved one undergoes successful detox and supports your recovery with counseling, group therapy, family therapy, and other peer support groups.
Opiates are a class of highly addictive drugs that are oftentimes naturally derived from the opium poppy (known as Papaver somniferum). Opiates have a long and rich history in human culture but today are most often prescribed for their painkilling or analgesic properties. Opiates can become highly addictive and have a high potential for dependency because they produce a “high” similar to other drugs of abuse.
Clients have a variety of options when it comes to residential treatment at Olympia. You or your loved one can participate in counseling, group therapy, family therapy, and other peer support groups. At Olympia House, recovery from opiate addiction is possible with the active participation of the individual in developing a person-centered, individualized recovery plan.
Olympia House is committed to respecting each individual for their unique identity that allows for the expression of gender and sexual orientation.
We recognize, honor, and celebrate the value of diversity in both our staff and our clients. This is reflected in our individualized approach to treatment that views individual differences as strengths.
Diversity represents the variety of experiences in a collective group. This includes cultural, familial, socioeconomic, educational, and religious backgrounds.
We view diversity in any group as a powerful strength that offers new perspectives and greater understanding.