To learn more about our treatments, click on each dedicated page or call
What is Treatment for Addiction?
Addiction treatment consists of more than simply helping someone go through detoxification or withdrawal. It’s the process of helping someone make a lasting recovery from a drug or alcohol addiction. While the process starts with admitting that you have a problem and detoxing, the treatment and recovery process doesn’t stop there.
Complete and lasting recovery is a lifelong decision that requires treatment and assistance to match. Here are the different therapies, programs, and services that make up the Oasis Detox treatment program.
- Detoxification or Withdrawal
- Residential Living Program
- After Care Planning
- Intervention Assistance
- Dual Diagnosis
- Exercise Therapy
- Yoga Therapy
These programs play an integral role in helping you put a stop to your addiction for good. We design each treatment plan on a personal level to meet your needs.
Call for questions: (844) 627-4700
Why Choose Oasis Detox?
At Oasis Detox of Los Angeles, we customize our treatment and recovery plans to suit your needs. We offer a complete staff of nurses, doctors, and caretakers to make sure you’re comfortable and safe every step of the way. Contact us if you’re ready to make a lasting recovery.
How to Know If I Need Addiction Treatment
For most addicts, admitting you have a problem is the first and hardest step towards recovery. Nobody wants to admit they have a problem or are reliant on something. However, no matter how difficult it might be, it’s important to know the signs of addiction so that you can seek professional help.
There will be a number of signs and symptoms associated with substance abuse. You’ll notice a combination of physical, emotional, and mental signs. Here are a few to watch for
- Damaged relationships
- Neglecting responsibilities
- Difficulty processing thoughts
- Depression or anxiety
- Skin and eye issues
- Rapid weight gain or loss
Drug and alcohol addiction are serious problems that require immediate assistance. You should seek professional help if you or a loved one is experiencing symptoms of addiction.