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Maddison Rehab Facility

Long Beach, California - USA (Los Angeles County)

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Alcohol addiction has a different effect on people than street or prescription drug addiction; however, like any addiction, a withdrawal period, where all traces of alcohol are eliminated from a person's body, must occur before treatment can begin.

For many people, this means finding a detox clinic, then having to find an alcohol addiction rehab clinic. Often there are delays between these times, which mean that a person must be watched closely so that they will not relapse before entering a treatment facility.

Maddison Rehab in Long Beach, California, wants to make sure there are no delays in the treatment process; therefore, this facility offers both detox treatment and alcohol addiction rehab. Patients who enter the facility will remain there, on both an inpatient and outpatient basis, until treatment is complete.

This can be very comforting both to family members and loved ones of someone trying to overcome alcohol addiction as well as to the person. There is no being shuffled from one place to another, where different rules or regulations may exist. The patient simply moves from the detox area to the places in the facility where rehab treatment is given.

This may also prove to be less expensive to a patient or those paying for the treatment. Having to transfer from one facility to another may incur additional costs; something which might be avoidable by using Maddison Rehab.

Maddison Rehab in Long Beach, California is ready to help people who are ready to conquer alcohol addiction. More information can be obtained on the detox facility as well as the rehab part of Maddison Rehab by logging on to or calling 1-888-565-6401.

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