Substance Abuse Resources
in San Jacinto

San Jacinto Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources

San Jacinto has a beautiful natural setting with the San Jacinto River next to it and the San Jacinto Mountains as its backdrop. Founded in 1870, it’s one of Riverside County’s oldest cities. The historical landmark of Estudillo Mansion and San Jacinto Municipal Museum give visitors a glimpse of the city’s past while Massacre Canyon offers a spectacular hiking trail. A good climate is enjoyed throughout the year and the suburban area benefits from a diverse economy.

San Jacinto, however, is one of many cities in California to succumb to the effects of crimes related to the drug industry. In June 2017, law enforcement officials oversaw the biggest gang takedown to occur in the area with seizures that included several pounds of drugs. A simultaneous sweep of almost sixty locations targeted drug traffickers among organized gangs, gun traffickers and those with felony warrants.

Individuals who are struggling with issues of substance abuse can find help though. There are many San Jacinto drug rehab centers for drug and/or alcohol addiction. California has numerous treatment facilities and programs, and San Jacinto offers these services at a local level. This guide describes the options available for a more informed choice.

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Finding Help in San Jacinto

San Jacinto, California Alcohol Rehab Centers and Drug Centers

Various San Jacinto drug rehab programs exist, which cater to different circumstances and levels of addiction. Residential treatment programs are often considered the best way to start with a move toward partial hospitalization or outpatient programs after a certain level of treatment has been successfully completed. To decide on the right treatment program for you, understand what the differences are between these programs.

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    Residential Treatment Programs

    Also called inpatient treatment programs, residential treatment programs require patients to be admitted to the facility. Not only does this provide a secure and healthy environment away from normal temptations, but patients benefit from 24-hour professional care. Individual and group therapy sessions are given and patients can combine this with the detox process if they prefer. Support and encouragement to combat the addiction are continuous. Underlying issues that contribute to the substance use disorder are addressed. Patients take part in activities, such as nutritional planning, stress management and physical activities, and learn skills to cope with sober life outside of the facility. Many inpatient drug rehabs in San Jacinto, CA last from thirty to ninety days although long-term care of 6 months or more is given by some centers.

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    Partial Hospitalization Programs

    When a residential option is not required, a compromise is to enlist in a partial hospitalization program. Many of the same amenities are available and patients have slightly less restrictions as they can leave the facility each day to stay in their homes overnight. This is assuming that the home environment is a supportive one.

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    Outpatient Treatment Programs

    Outpatient programs are the most flexible. Patients attend therapy sessions at specified times but otherwise continue with their lives outside of the facility, keeping their commitments to family, work and education. Outpatient drug rehab in San Jacinto, CA relies heavily on patients voluntarily controlling their addiction to drugs and/or alcohol, the home environment is expected to be a secure and supportive one, and patients have usually already completed higher treatment levels.

As the San Jacinto, CA drug rehab programs have such distinctive levels, it’s imperative you choose the right one for your own circumstances. Take into consideration the substance you’re addicted to and how long that addiction has lasted for. Seek the advice of addiction specialists to talk things through before you commit to one type of program over another. A national network of treatment centers, such as The Recovery Village, is a good choice for many patients. The professionals and experts are on hand to devise the best plan for you.

Detox Centers

To successfully achieve and retain sobriety, you need to detox your body to get rid of the harmful substances. Negative withdrawal symptoms can affect how the detox progresses so it’s advisable to get professional help while doing it. This ensures you not only have support and encouragement to keep going but medical assistance to ease the process is available if needed. You can attend a San Jacinto drug detox or San Jacinto alcohol detox center in San Jacinto or combine your detox with therapy in a treatment program. The latter option addresses the underlying psychological and emotional issues related to your addiction as well.

Recovery Meetings Near You

Aftercare is an important aspect of your recovery. Organizations like Alcoholics Anonymous and SMART Recovery help addicts to recover and stay on the path to sobriety. Support group meetings in the San Jacinto area are there to offer encouragement and help you avoid relapse before, during and after your alcohol or drug treatment in San Jacinto.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

As one of the oldest recovery organizations, Alcoholics Anonymous has been striving to help alcoholics across the globe to overcome their addictions for decades. There are no membership fees or requirements other than a genuine desire to quit drinking. A twelve-step program is followed to achieve this goal and members are encouraged to share their experiences with the rest of the group while offering support to each other in their alcohol treatment in San Jacinto. Here is the location of an AA meeting held in San Jacinto.

  • Women’s Book Study
    Where:
    901 W. Esplanade Av., Rec. Center
    San Jacinto, CA 92543

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings

In a similar vein to Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous has a twelve-step program for drug addicts to follow in order to achieve sobriety. Help with each step is sought from a sponsor and members learn behaviors that enable them to get and stay sober. The meetings are free and the only requirement is for attendees to genuinely want to stop taking drugs. Here is a list of NA meeting locations in and around San Jacinto.

  • Arrid Club
    Where:
    2567 South San Jacinto Av.
    San Jacinto, CA 92583
  • Arid Club
    Where:
    699 North San Jacinto St.
    Hemet, CA 92543
  • Saint Joseph’s Church
    Where:
    23600 Soboba Rd.
    San Jacinto, CA 92583

SMART Recovery Meetings

SMART Recovery has a 4-step program for its members to follow. The program uses a scientific approach and, as advances are made in the field, the program evolves. The international organization treats both drug and alcohol abuse using methods based on cognition, behavior and motivation. Self-motivation and self-reliance are encouraged in this supportive framework. Here is a list of SMART Recovery meetings held close to San Jacinto.

  • Inland Psychiatric Medical Group
    Where:
    1819 West Redlands Blvd.
    Redlands, CA 92373
  • Mind and Body Treatment and Research Institute
    Where:
    5700 Division St., Suite 200A
    Riverside, CA 92506
  • Cielo Sober Living
    Where:
    19375 Prospect St.
    Desert Hot Springs, CA 92241

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings

Al-Anon is a supportive organization for those whose lives have been adversely affected by alcoholics. Nar-Anon is the equivalent for friends, family and spouses of drug addicts. Both organizations help members learn the truth about addiction and to dispel any incorrect assumptions. They allow members to feel part of a supportive group and be assured they are not alone in what they are dealing with. For loved ones of addicts, the twelve-step programs these organizations offer are invaluable when it comes to overcoming the challenges they face. Here are the locations of an Al-Anon and a Nar-Anon meeting near the San Jacinto area.

  • Al-Anon
    Where:
    Arrid Club
    120 S Harvard St.
    Hemet, CA 92543
  • Nar-Anon
    Where:
    Kaiser Medical Office Building
    12815 Heacock Av.
    Moreno Valley, CA 92553

There are numerous alcohol and drug rehab centers in San Jacinto, CA and the surrounding areas for anyone looking for help to treat their addiction to drugs and/or alcohol. It’s also worth checking what extra recovery resources can be found in nearby cities, as these may be more pertinent to particular situations. Full-service treatment facilities are offered by The Recovery Village in California and across the United States. Begin the healing process and cut the ties with drug and alcohol addiction with a phone call to The Recovery Village.

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San Jacinto was last modified: October 9th, 2017 by The Recovery Village