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Substance Abuse Treatment at Dedicato

Substance abuse disorder takes many forms, and no two patients are alike. A patient entering a drug or alcohol treatment facility needs an individualized approach to recovery that is overseen by skilled medical practitioners. That’s what you get with the substance abuse treatment and rehab programs available at Dedicato Treatment Center. Our team of behavioral health professionals have years of experience with treating substance abuse and mental health disorders.

The substance abuse treatment team at Dedicato relies on a humanistic, evidence-based approach to recovery that takes the patient’s individual circumstances into account. This allows us to identify the type of treatment that will work best for the patient. We offer a variety of substance use disorder recovery programs, including our detox center, residential (inpatient), and intensive outpatient treatment services. More information about these treatment programs can be viewed by clicking the links provided below.

If you’ve been searching for “substance abuse treatment programs near me,” please consider Dedicato. Our inpatient drug treatment programs are based out of a state-of-the-art facility in Sierra Madre, California. We accept patients from all over the United States.


At Dedicato Treatment we believe that recovery starts with rooting out the source of the pain that caused the addiction. Our in-patient residential program is focused on healing unresolved trauma and residual pain from abuse or neglect. But we also believe that recovery is a place to evolve a new mindset. First we heal the body from the addiction, then we work on freeing the mind from the chains our pain enslaved us in and finally we help to recommit oneself to caring for the physical body.

Drug and alcohol abuse is far from uncommon. In fact, around ten percent of people in the U.S. will be diagnosed with drug use disorder during their lifetimes. However, many of them will never get the help that they need.

Of those who make the attempt to “get clean,” around half will experience a relapse. Many addicts have difficulty managing the problems that encourage their substance abuse. That’s why it’s important for addicts to seek out an outpatient or inpatient substance abuse treatment facility that can guide them through the process of quitting drugs or alcohol. Substance abuse disorders can take a large toll on the addict. Often, the individual struggling with drug or alcohol abuse has difficulty maintaining steady employment. Their interpersonal relationships usually suffer as well.

Friends and family of an addict often act as enablers, frequently without realizing it. The “help” they give their loved one only makes matters worse. With the best of intentions, they make excuses for the addict’s behavior, give them money to support their habit, and sometimes even cover up the destructive results of their actions. As a result, the addict has no incentive to change their behavior.

For many people, their drug or alcohol use is linked to one or more mental health conditions. These conditions can include anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and bipolar disorder. The relationship between the patient’s mental disorder and their substance abuse is often difficult to determine. It should not be assumed that one “causes” the other, or that treating one condition will automatically help the other. Treating these co-occurring disorders should be performed under the supervision of medical professionals in an outpatient substance abuse treatment program, detox center, or residential rehabilitation treatment program.

At Dedicato Treatment Center, patients have access to a variety of substance abuse treatment programs, including individual counseling sessions, cognitive behavioral therapy, and group psychotherapy. All treatment programs are customized to each patient’s individual needs. Feel free to contact us to learn more about our outpatient and inpatient drug rehab facilities.