Prescription Drug RehabPrescription and over-the-counter (OTC) drugs are, following marijuana (and alcohol), the most commonly abused substances by Americans aged 14 and older. With an estimated 16 million Americans who abuse prescription drugs, it involves people of all ages from pre-teens to senior citizens. Our prescription drug rehab center is prepared to help you or your loved one recover from addiction in small, personalized groups.

A common myth is that abusing prescription drugs is safer than taking street drugs because they are legal with a doctor’s approval. However, many prescription medications can be addictive and come with serious long-term effects, which is one of the reasons why prescription drug addiction accounts for 60% of all overdose-related deaths.

Prescription Drug Rehab

Prescription drug addiction, and their resultant withdrawal can range from mild to life threatening. Our prescription drug rehabilitation and detox is created, in keeping with our holistic philosophy to help patients safely stop taking drugs, find acceptable alternatives, and avoid relapse.

Prescription Drug Addiction Treatment in California

At Ranch Creek Recovery we offer a non-12 step holistic program and are one of the leading holistic drug rehab centers in California. We treat our clients with only non-narcotic/ non addictive medication while recovering from their prescription drug addiction.

To help you through your recovery process, we offer amino acid therapy. Our amino acid addiction rehab treatments are designed to specifically address addiction and help restore the neurotransmitters in the brain that are damaged while on drugs. These are an all-natural option and help with things such as cravings, appetite, sleep and mood swings.

We also provide small groups for more personalized care as well as daily individual counseling with our psychologist or certified counselors. Your prescription drug addiction treatment plan will be individualized to fit your needs, which we believe is a necessary approach to succeed.

“Ranch Creek Recovery saved my life. I came into RCR lost and broken trying to get back on track in my life. As a result of this great team of counselors/psychologists, I have done more than restore my life, I have reached new goals and gained so many life skills that go far beyond just being sober. I love and appreciate all the staff and know if you have a willing heart to change, you are in the right place.” – Joshua

Holistic Treatment Methods

Along with daily groups and individuals, we provide a number of holistic experiential therapies such as yoga, tai chi, acupuncture, equine therapy and more. The well-rounded program at our holistic prescription drug rehab center will help you focus on yourself, and your recovery from drugs and alcohol.

California Prescription Drug Rehab Center

We provide inpatient and residential prescription drug rehabilitation treatment to those who live throughout the United States and International. Ranch Creek Recovery also provides an outpatient program to those who reside locally in San Diego, Murrieta, Temecula, Los Angeles, Riverside, Orange County and other surrounding areas. To find out more, get in touch by visiting our contact page and filling out the form or call-us at our corresponding locations near you.

Commonly Abused Substances

Commonly abused classes of prescription drugs include opioids (for pain) Vicodin, Oxycodone, Oxycontin, Percocet, Morphine, e.g., Kadian, Avinza, Codeine. Depressants for anxiety and sleep disorders include Xanax, Valium, Halcion, Librium, Ativan, and Klonopin.

All of these classes of drugs directly or indirectly cause a pleasurable increase in the amount of dopamine in the brain’s reward pathway. Seeking to repeat the experience or exceeding the dose can lead to addiction, as can taking prescription drugs recreationally.

Prescription drugs taken as directed are usually safe, and don’t require specialized prescription drug addiction rehab. When abused and taken in different amounts or for different purposes than as prescribed, however, they affect the brain in ways very similar to illicit drugs.

Prescribed drugs can be addictive and put people at risk for other harmful health side effects, such as overdose. Abusing prescription drugs is illegal, that includes sharing prescriptions with family members or friends.

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