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Treatment Facility Settings and Recovery Methods
Berkeley's many rehabs, some of which are laid out below, address an issue that is prevalent in cities across the United States: alcohol and drug abuse. These facilities fight this adversity locally by providing sites and services that are suitable for clients within the area. These settings include: short term rehab centers, outpatient day treatment, inpatient rehab programs, long term drug and alcohol rehabs, inpatient detoxification centers.
Drug and alcohol rehab programs use many approaches, from traditional methodologies to newer methods such as: 12-step facilitation approach, cognitive/behavior therapy, substance abuse counseling approach, couple/family therapy, group therapy, anger management. The result is a variety of programs that clear the path to achievable lasting recovery for many clients.
Special Programs for Substance Abuse Offered by Treatment Centers
Individuals struggling with drug or alcohol dependency generally require personalized support to break free from addiction. That is why drug and alcohol rehab programs in Berkeley offer special resources that help clients within their specific circumstances. Some of these services are included here: suicide prevention services, transgender or (LGBT) clients, programs for the hearing impaired, self-help groups, clients with HIV/AIDS, active duty military.
Rehab Payment Alternatives in Berkeley
Patients encounter different economic circumstances, which is the reason substance abuse treatment centers offer many payment options, like: private medical insurance, cash or self-payment, medicaid, medicare, sliding fee scale, state corrections or juvenile justice funds, county or local government funds.
Financing should never be a barrier to substance abuse rehabilitation. Rehabs direct patients toward the funding alternatives that serve their specific financial needs.
With a range of centers, programs, resources, methods and payment options, Berkeley offers patients several options when it comes to seeking recovery from substance abuse.