California Drug Treatment Programs

Springston Treatment

Oceanside, California - USA (San Diego County)

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Many treatment facilities only offer one type of treatment. Some are designed for long-term treatment; that is, treatment lasting anywhere from three months to as long as a year. Others are only equipped for short-term treatment, which can range from as little as 21 or 28 days to only about three to six months. Still others provide both long- and short-term treatment, but don't provide detox treatment.

Fortunately, Springston Treatment provides detox treatment in Oceanside, California, as well as long-term and short-term care. Family members and others who are attempting to get a person into treatment, especially one who has not or is only beginning to undergo detox, don't have to worry about having to look for several clinics.

Springston Treatment may be considered an all-in-one treatment center, but it does not use a "one size fits all" treatment protocol. Rather, patients are assessed to determine if they need long-term or short-term care, and, once detox treatment has been completed, are placed in the appropriate area of the facility. Family members and friends are told of the type of treatment needed, and instructed on the role they will play during the treatment process.

The center will help them understand if it is necessary to limit or completely restrict outside contact during the detox treatment phase. This allows them to still feel they are a part of the treatment protocol, instead of feeling as though they have simply been pushed aside.

For more information on detox treatment in Oceanside, California at Springston Treatment, as well as long-term and short-term treatment, please visit the website at http://californiadrugtreatmentprograms.com/springston-treatment.html or call 1-888-565-6401.

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