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Sunday, August 31, 2008

Drug Rehab Program

Bringing up children to be morally good and as a asset to the society is not an easy job. Every parent would want only what is best for their child. However, with so many distractions and widely available sources of entertainment nowadays, the job does not get any simpler.

One of my major fears with regard to my children is that they would meet up with the wrong peer group and thus be influenced into experimenting with drugs and alcohols and such.

A recent drama program touched on how some students in the secondary school fall into wrong company and end up as drug addicts. Such addiction causes many problems as the teen continues to get further tangled in the web leading to petty theft, gang fights and so on.

Fortunately there are institutions that caters to residential drug rehab, alcohol rehab and extended care facility for adults suffering from alcoholism, drug addiction, eating disorders, depression, and other co-occurring disorders.

Cliffside Malibu is located in Los Angeles County north of Zuma Beach. It is a drug treatment center where drug treatment incorporates a variety of clinical components to create a comprehensive and effective addiction treatment program. The components of alcohol and drug rehab include detox, individual therapy, group therapy, depression treatment, and alternative medicine.

At Malibu, private and secluded housing is provided with Oceanside views. Exciting outdoor activities such as horseback riding, surfing and hiking are also arranged and encouraged for the residents to take part and enjoy.

Malibu has incorporated state of the art treatment methods to ensure the maximum recovery of the drug addicts and alcoholics. Furthermore, talented acupuncturists, herbologists, massage therapists and holistic medicine practitioners are also employed for the benefits of the residents in their addiction treatment.

Meticulous selection is made with regards to the doctors, nurses, therapists, personal trainers, massage therapists, chefs and residential advisers. This ensures that only the Best Staff are available for the many kinds of addiction treatments.

There are many other advantages in choosing Malibu for Drug Rehab.
Firstly, they have free counselling available 24 hours a day to help you in your times of need. Luxurious and comfortable accommodations with lots of wonderful recreational activities and Spa treatments such as facials and manicure/pedicures are made available for the residents.

The motto of Malibu is Individual Treatment or Individual Addictions. As such each patient is offered an individual drug rehabilitation plan which maximizes comfort as well as the potential for each individual's success.

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3 Comments:

Anonymous Mandi said...

So true. Drugs are always a huge worry for any parent.

September 1, 2008 at 10:27 PM  
Anonymous rahab okie said...

I know i worried my mom when i was addicted to drugs

November 14, 2008 at 4:46 AM  
Blogger Jerry said...

As long as you love your parents and children know what they're doing, parents will trust you. But, if that situation happened, once the patient is determined and accept that he made a mistake, cleaning is not going to be hard for him.

teen alcohol treatment-jerry

April 28, 2009 at 11:52 AM  

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