- Addiction Recovery Treatment
First established in 1916, The Oaks at Paloma has focused on helping individuals and families overcome the effects of substance abuse and mental illness in their daily lives. Our staff members are specialists in treating the challenges and issues that dual diagnosis conditions bring during the detox stage.
As with any condition involving drugs and alcohol, detox treatment remains a critical first stage of recovery for people struggling with dual diagnosis conditions. Our program offers residential detox treatment for drugs and alcohol as well as a comprehensive array of services to ensure we can meet your individual treatment needs.
Considering how co-occurring conditions involving addiction and mental illness tend to breed the most severe forms of addiction, the more experience a program has in treating dual diagnosis, the better your chances of a successful recovery. The Oaks at La Paloma has the experience needed to support your efforts to get well.
Residential detox treatment takes place within a highly structured treatment environment. This type of setting creates an atmosphere of stability and security that’s necessary for the healing process to progress. Program policy guidelines play an important part in maintaining a safe and secure treatment environment.
La Paloma Treatment Center DBA – The Oaks at Paloma abides by certain program policies in an effort to provide you with the best possible treatment experience. Our program policies include the following:
If you’re ready to choose a detox treatment program, The Oaks at La Paloma offers the range of services and care you need to overcome the effects of substance abuse in your life. For more information, please feel free to call us here at 800-483-2193(Who Answers?).
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