People all over the world are spending thousands of dollars on luxurious rehabs, workbooks, and endless counseling sessions. Yet, most are still unable to find long-term sobriety. Additionally, research has revealed that the common methods of treating addiction don't always work. One of the key benefits of Wildwood Recovery is that we are a drug rehab in Thousand Oaks that admits only a handful of clients at a time, which allows us to customize treatment plans and work hand-in-hand with each client. We utilize an effective combination of conventional addiction treatment techniques along with new, scientifically-back addiction treatment techniques.
We Treat the Causes of Addiction
William White, a Senior Research Consultant, stated, "Treating alcohol and other drug dependence solely through repeated episodes of detoxification and brief stabilization is clinically ineffective and constitutes poor stewardship of personal and community resources." We couldn't say it better!
Treating addiction fails most of the time when a one size fits all treatment plan is implemented. At Wildwood Recovery, we believe that true recovery occurs when the underlying causations of addiction are identified and treated. Then, and only then, can a person begin to connect their mind, body, and spirit. Treating addiction without addressing the causes is like prescribing aspirin for an abscessed tooth. The pain might go away momentarily, but it will return, and the problem will continue to worsen.
What Scientific Studies Show
Many studies into the causes and consequences of addiction have been undertaken. One such study followed several people in recovery over a period of eight years. Of those who entered a traditional addiction treatment facility, only 20% stayed sober after one year. After eight years, only 5% stayed sober. Another commonly cited study by Cutler and Fishbain showed that alcoholics who did not seek conventional treatment achieved far greater success than those who did.
Our View on Traditional Addiction Treatment Models
The 12 Steps and many other aspects of conventional treatment centers have their due place in recovery. The education and support that a client in recovery can gain from traditional recovery programs can be invaluable. However, we want to caution you against high-end luxurious rehabs as well as rehabs who use outdated addiction treatment models. The statistics speak for themselves.
At Wildwood Recovery, we focus on teaching our clients addiction management techniques, such as coping skills, proven ways to rewire the brain, and the key nutrients that restore neurotransmitter depletion within the brain. Wildwood Recovery is a results-driven drug rehab in Thousand Oaks utilizing a synchronized blend of conventional and modern addiction treatment therapies.
Are You Ready to Change Your Life for Good?
As we get to know you, we will work side-by-side to develop a short-term and long-term recovery plan. During your stay at Wildwood Recovery, you will gain many of the tools, resources, and skills you need to get clean and stay clean. To learn more about our services or our facility, or if you need someone to talk to about your problems, feel free to reach out to Wildwood Recovery, the best drug rehab in Thousand Oaks. There is someone here to answer the phone at all time.Drug Rehab Thousand Oaks
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