Benefits of Traveling Out of State for Addiction Treatment

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Traveling out of state to treat addiction allows you or your loved one the opportunity to be separated from old neighborhoods, drug dealers, destructive habits and circumstances, which enable drinking or drug use. Traveling out of state for treatment is often recommended as a necessary step for success; therefore, it is an important decision in the recovery process.

Why Travel for Treatment?

Treatment options range from long-term inpatient therapy to short-term outpatient therapy and many options in between.[i] It is always best to choose a treatment setting that fits your unique needs to give you the best chance at recovery. You may consider nutritional components, prescription medication therapy, life skills education and more.[ii] Once you find the best options for you, you may discover that it is a good idea for you to travel for your treatment, too.

Benefits of traveling for treatment include the following:

  • Separate yourself from negative influences and relationships
  • Remove yourself from known triggers
  • Avoid distractions and focus solely on recovery
  • Discover superior programs available outside your local area
  • Recover in a new city with a healthy support system
  • Select a location and climate that promotes wellness

Many addicts and alcoholics rely on family and friends to enable them in their addiction. Our professional staff understands the importance of strengthening family relationships, and our comprehensive treatment program is designed to integrate a healthy support system with loved ones and to rebuild relationships.

Our exclusive treatment center nestled in the beautiful hills of Malibu, California is the ideal location for recovery. Our peaceful sanctuary offers an environment of recovery unlike anywhere else in the world. Our convenient location provides access to abundant support meetings and an extensive Southern California recovery community. Please call our 24 hour, toll-free helpline today.

Our caring admissions coordinators can get you connected with the best information on treatment available. We want to help you start your journey to health today.

[i] https://www.drugabuse.gov/publications/principles-drug-addiction-treatment-research-based-guide-third-edition/drug-addiction-treatment-in-united-states/types-treatment-programs

[ii] http://www.narconon.org/drug-rehab/questions.html

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