Substance Abuse and Addiction Treatment Resources in La Puente

La Puente Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources

La Puente, California is situated about 20 miles east of the city of Los Angeles. Many people are aware of the town because of the landmark Donut Hole drive-thru that’s shaped like a pair of gigantic donuts. People in La Puente work in the markets and bodegas to provide delicious food to their neighbors.

In La Puente, another story is being told more and more as good people succumb to the bad effects of substance abuse. Whether the substance is prescription opioids, benzodiazepine, heroin or whiskey, many people are struggling to maintain their lives while misusing drugs and alcohol.

If you’re having a hard time coping due to a substance use disorder, it’s time to take care of yourself properly. You have a medical and mental health condition that needs medical and mental health treatment. Like cardiovascular disease or diabetes, your condition isn’t always treated with one trip to the doctor’s office. It may take several attempts to handle your substance misuse before you start to get the hang of recovery.

Our Closest Facility:

The Recovery Village at Palmer Lake443 S. Hwy 105 Palmer Lake CO 80133-9003 (719) 884-0063

The Recovery Village Ridgefield does not operate in the state of California. Our closest facility is in Ridgefield, WA and can be seen in the map above.

You’re not alone in this struggle.

la county overdose deaths
in 2016

In 2016, a total of 2,232 people died due to drug overdoses. Despite these figures, you do not have to be a statistic. There is help for you.

Finding Help in La Puente

La Puente Alcohol Rehab Centers and Drug Centers

There are a variety of places offering professional help with the misuse of drugs and alcohol. You’ll find three distinct types of rehab programs available. When deciding on which type of treatment program you’ll enter, take into account your employment status, family situation and available resources.

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    Residential Treatment Programs

    The residential treatment program is an inpatient plan where you check in and remain at the facility for the duration of your rehab period. You sleep, eat and attend your treatment schedule at the center where you’re enrolled. Being removed from your usual environment and social circle can be instrumental in your progress, since your own particular distractions and temptations are diminished. Your health care and counseling teams develop a structured program for your inpatient drug rehab, which may include therapy, classwork and meditation.

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    Partial Hospitalization Programs

    You may not desire to stay as a resident at a facility, or your insurance won’t cover a full stay at rehab. In either case, you have an option to stay in a partial hospitalization program. In this style of rehab, you follow the structured schedule of a residential program. You use the facility’s features and amenities. At the end of the day’s program, you return to your own cozy bed. This partial hospitalization plan is sometimes a workable solution for people who need to help with family responsibilities or care for pets.

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    Outpatient Treatment Programs

    Outpatient drug rehab can be very intense and time-consuming or less structured with short daily sessions. The type of drug treatment facility that you enter depends on the facility and your specific support needs. Many people enroll in outpatient treatment programs after finishing more formal rehab programs. They want the structure and accountability of a rehab plan, but they wish to continue their education or career goals as they work toward healing.

As you can see, there are several options to meet the needs of people in all stages of life when it comes to drug and alcohol rehab. The history of your substance use disorder and the specific substance (or substances) you use will be considered when professionals determine the type of rehab that’s best for you. Your health insurance coverage and other resources will also be taken into consideration when choosing a plan.

Detox Centers

When you detoxify your body, it helps to clear your mind. Physical and mental symptoms may be intense, however. These discomforts often lead people to continue misusing substances to make the pain go away. Returning to the substance you want to quit is always a risk when you try to quit “cold turkey” on your own. Instead, it’s best to enter a medically-supervised detox program. You benefit from the years of experience of your health care providers, who monitor you and administer treatments to ease your detox symptoms.

Recovery Meetings Near You

Whether you’ve completed a drug rehab program or you’re waiting to start your alcohol treatment, recovery meetings can be a wonderful outlet for all of the feelings and thoughts that may be racing through your head. Quitting a bad habit can be very scary, especially when you’re afraid there’s nothing to replace it. Recovery meetings meet the need for social interaction and acceptance. Many groups host activities and special events, and they offer educational materials to help you manage your recovery plan. Meeting locations in and around La Puente are listed below. When used as a form of aftercare, recovery meetings can help you go back to the addictive behaviors you have worked so hard to overcome.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

Alcoholics Anonymous lets you be “anonymous” by offering closed meetings that only people with alcohol misuse problems may attend. This ensures your privacy when you’re newly in recovery. There are also open meetings where family and friends may sit with you through the gathering. AA members follow a 12-step program of personal accountability and growth for your La Puente alcohol rehab healing, while acknowledging the presence of a higher power.

  • Sunday AA
    15830 Workman St.
    La Puente, CA 91744
  • Friday AA
    15911 Main St.
    La Puente, CA 91744
  • Wednesday AA
    915 North Orange Ave.
    La Puente, CA 91744

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings

Narcotics Anonymous works in much the same way as AA meetings. The focus of the recovery organization is the abuse of drugs of all types, but people with alcohol use disorder are also welcome to attend. NA meeting attendance provides you with an additional form of support system through your treatment. Attending NA meetings after a drug treatment in La Puente has been completed previously you can decrease the likelihood of experiencing relapse to your substance use disorder.

  • Doctors Hospital-West Covina
    725 South Orange Ave.
    West Covina, CA 91790
  • SPIRITT Family Services
    147 South 6th Ave.
    La Puente, CA 91746
  • Safety Education Center
    1515 West Cameron Ave.
    West Covina, CA 91790

SMART Recovery Meetings

SMART Recovery meetings are popular among students and others who appreciate a rational approach to recovery treatment. SMART members prefer to leave spirituality out of their substance misuse management, because they view the problem as a medical one. You benefit from education and support that relies on the latest research.

  • Union Station
    412 South Raymond Ave.
    Pasadena, CA 91105
  • Kaiser Permanente Health Pavilion
    200 South Lewis St.
    Orange, CA 92868
  • Stevens Square
    250 West Main St.
    Tustin, CA 92780

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings

Life can be in constant upheaval for the family members, significant others and coworkers of people with substance use disorders. Often, there are broken promises and heartaches that loved ones keep to themselves. Al-Anon and Nar-Anon give loved ones a place to vent and find solidarity. Family groups hold events to make life more fun for kids. They hold you up and never let you take the blame for another person’s bad choices.

  • Al-Anon
    NA La Puente
    818 North Hacienda Blvd.
    La Puente, CA 91744
  • Nar-Anon
    Santa Martha Church
    244 North Azusa Ave.
    Valinda, CA 91744

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  • 91746
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