Inpatient Rehab and Detox in Perris, California

Perris Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources

Perris, California is a city of about 76,300 people. It’s located in Riverside County. The city has a rich history steeped in railways, highlighted by the Orange Empire Railway Museum. It has the largest collection in the West of historic locomotives, railway cars and streetcars. In addition, outdoor enthusiasts enjoy Lake Perris, a great place to go boating and swimming. Perris is also known for its spectacular skydiving.

Unfortunately, Riverside County has a drug abuse problem. The most prevalent drug busts in the area have involved fentanyl , cocaine and meth. These busts only scratch the surface of the effects of narcotics in the community. Legal, prescription opioids like are particularly dangerous, and an opioid epidemic is sweeping the nation.

If you struggle with substance misuse, know that you are not alone. Hope is around the corner, and you can reach out for help today. From detox to residential treatment and outpatient programs, rehab centers can put your life back on track. Call a drug rehab center today for more information. Knowledgeable admission representatives staff the phones. They can evaluate your needs and advise you on your next steps.

Our Closest Facility:
The Recovery Village at Palmer Lake
443 S. Hwy 105, Palmer Lake, CO 80133
(719) 602-0914
The Recovery Village does not operate in the state of California. Our closest facility is in Palmer Lake, CO and can be seen in the map above.

Finding Help & Recovery in Perris, CA

Perris, California Alcohol Rehab Centers and Drug Centers

It takes bravery and commitment to enter a Perris drug treatment facility or rehabilitation program. Many people enter and complete drug or alcohol treatment more than once. That’s okay. It’s not how many times you fall down that defines you, but how many times you get back up and try again. Whether it’s your first time entering a Perris drug rehab or you’re repeating a recovery plan, take some time to consider which type of program is best for your needs. All drug and alcohol abuse programs require a time commitment on your part, with a month being the minimum time required to complete most plans.

Residential Treatment Programs

Residential treatment plans may last a month to six months. Patients check in and remain at the treatment facility for the duration of the program. A structured schedule of daily activities keeps you busy getting your life back on track, and may include a combination of medical exams, mental health counseling, educational gatherings and behavioral therapy. You may be prescribed medications to soothe any anxiety or other effects of weaning yourself from drugs and alcohol. The primary benefits of inpatient drug rehab are twofold. First, you have your basic needs met so you can focus on getting well. Second, you’re removed from people, easy access and situations that may trigger you to use drugs or alcohol in weak moments.

Partial Hospitalization Programs

It’s not always possible to stay long-term in a Perris alcohol treatment facility or drug rehab center, either for personal or financial reasons. Perhaps you must help your partner or child, or you have severe anxiety about sleeping away from your own home. A partial hospitalization program gives you all of the organized activities of a residential program with the security of being in your own bedroom each night. You will need to show that you can refrain from accessing drugs or alcohol when you return home from the treatment program each night, and you’ll be tested to make certain you’re being honest.

Outpatient Treatment Programs

Outpatient substance-abuse treatment programs are a lifeline for people who don’t believe they have time to go to rehab. If you can’t quit working or attending college, you can still get help with your drug and alcohol misuse disorder. An intake counselor will help you determine which classes, therapies and other treatment features will help you, and these activities will be scheduled to work with your other commitments. As with partial hospitalization therapy, you must be strong enough to resist temptation and have strong support to keep you on track.

Consider which type of drug abuse treatment plan is best for your situation. If possible, develop a network of people who can help you throughout your treatment regimen.

Detox Centers

If you’ve tried to stop your drug or alcohol intake and failed, you realize how hard it can be to break bad habits and substance misuse on your own. Some drugs and alcohol have such profound effects on the body, your life may be threatened when you abruptly quit your intake of these substances. Even if your life’s not in physical danger, the symptoms of withdrawal may be so unbearable, you end up using drugs or alcohol again despite your best intentions.

With supervised detoxification you have a team of health care professionals monitoring you and helping you work through your physical, mental and emotional changes. You may be administered medicine to reduce your discomfort or cravings. You’re more likely to continue with drug detox than when trying to go it alone.

Recovery Meetings Near You in Perris

Recovery is a lifetime journey, and for many people, having the right support makes all the difference. Regardless of whether you have supportive family and friends, the support that a drug or alcohol recovery meeting provides can be profound and life changing. Recovery meetings take place in your community, and they are all welcoming and non-discriminatory. If you would like to meet others who can support you in your sobriety goals, attend a recovery meeting today.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

Alcoholics Anonymous, or AA, is a network of peers for recovering alcoholics. AA teaches a 12-step program that helps you navigate your sobriety. Meetings take place all across the country, including in Perris. These meetings are welcoming, non-judgmental and non-discriminatory. They provide a safe space for people to come together and help each other with their sobriety goals. A vital component of AA is the sponsorship program. Members choose sponsors, who in turn provide emotional support and mentorship. According to the 2014 AA membership survey, 82 percent of members have a sponsor. The culture of acceptance and respect at AA meetings provide a consistently positive environment. If you’d like to join a network of support, attend a local AA meeting today.

Perris AA
148 N. Perris Blvd.
Perris, CA 92570

The Concerned Family
19450 Clark St.
Perris, CA 92570

La Esperanza de Vivir
306 S. D St.
Perris, CA 92570

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings

Narcotics Anonymous, or NA, is a place for any and all people who have a history of substance misuse. The meetings are held in group settings, and people share their experiences and discuss broad prompts. It’s a unique opportunity to connect with others who understand your journey. In fact, according to a 2016 membership survey, 27 percent of attendees are members who have been drug-free for one to five years make up, 25 percent of attendees are people who have been drug-free for over 20 years. This is a powerful testament to the endurance of NA in some people’s lives. NA gives people a place to be held accountable in a constructive way while they learn alongside others who relate to them on a deep level. If you suffer from substance misuse, attend your local NA meeting today. It’s free, you don’t have to participate and there are people who are excited to welcome you into the group.

Salvation Army
24201 Orange Ave.
Perris, CA 92570

The Concerned Family, School Building B
19450 Clark St.
Perris, CA 92570

CRA Campground
375 Ramona Expressway
Perris, CA 92571

SMART Recovery Meetings

When it comes to recovery meetings, one size does not fit all. Although AA and NA have helped many people, it may not be the right fit for you. In particular, if you prefer to attend meetings online or don’t connect to the spiritual component of AA or NA, SMART Recovery may be a better choice. SMART Recovery is a program that is based on scientific research. It requires analytical and logical thinking, and it equips members with practical tools they can access anytime they want. These tools include cost-benefit analysis and stages of change. By learning how to use these tools, you can gain new life skills that help you make better choices. Understanding your own substance misuse can be complex, but SMART Recovery simplifies your misuse into bite-sized pieces. If you’d like to learn more about their four principles, tools and techniques, attend a meeting today.

Mind and Body Treatment and Research Institute
5700 Division St. Ste. 200A
Riverside, CA 92506

Inland Psychiatric Medical Group
1819 W. Redlands Blvd.
Redlands, CA 92373

Lower Commons, Oak Room
5500 University Parkway
San Bernardino, CA 92407

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon provide a support network for people who have loved ones that struggle with substance misuse. As a family member, it’s difficult to watch someone you care about spiral into substance misuse. Likely, his or her actions have affected your life in significant ways. Al-Anon and Nar-Anon provide a structured program to help family members understand and reconcile their struggles. The program teaches families about what substance misuse is and what it means to help someone with a substance use disorder. However, the focus is not just on the person who suffers from substance misuse. Al-Anon and Nar-Anon ask people to look inside themselves and address any issues they may have as well. It’s an opportunity for self growth. Join a local group today.

Un Dia A La Vez
224 Perris Blvd.
Perris, CA 92570

Kaiser Medical Office Building
12815 Heacock Ave.
Moreno Valley, CA 92553

Perris is close to many cities, including Riverside. This gives Perris residents the choice of many addiction resources locally and in nearby cities. People from Perris also have the option to travel for substance abuse treatment outside of the state of California, when that’s the right fit for their needs.