At Fair Oaks Recovery Center, we understand that addiction is a complex but treatable disease. We also understand that no single addiction treatment is appropriate for everyone. This philosophy addresses the need to help you find your own unique path to recovery.
We place much emphasis on the therapeutic relationship between client and therapist. Our Sacramento drug rehab program is a safe and supportive environment where you or your loved one can begin healing.
Fair Oaks Recovery’s Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Center in Sacramento provides a supportive atmosphere for individuals to begin developing a solid foundation for recovery.
Our Sacramento Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Program includes:
Day treatment is a partial hospitalization program for those individuals with mental, emotional, and/or addictive disorders who do not require twenty-four-hour inpatient care. Learn More
Individuals struggling with drug and alcohol addiction need 24/7 care. Fair Oaks’ residential treatment program provides a safe, supportive environment optimal for healing and recovery.
Our Tactical Recovery Program is a culturally competent and trauma-informed environment that fosters healing and recovery. We offer a variety of treatment modalities to meet each client’s specific needs and goals.
Fair Oaks Recovery specializes in addiction treatment programs for drug and alcohol disorders without judgment and with overwhelming compassion and professionalism.
While substance abuse affects people in similar ways, Fair Oaks Recovery Center provides a meaningful treatment experience that addresses each unique individual. Fair Oaks Addiction Treatment Program includes:
Our programs are designed to introduce new habits and wellness techniques you can use to conquer cravings, identify addiction triggers, prevent relapse, and manage co-occurring conditions such as anxiety and depression.
Depression and Alcohol Use Disorders (AUDs):
Depression and alcohol use disorders (AUDs) are two distinct but often co-occurring conditions that can significantly impact an individual’s physical and mental health. The relationship between depression and AUDs is complex and bidirectional, meaning that each condition can contribute to the other, creating a cycle that can be challenging to break.
Anxiety Disorder and Prescription Drug Addiction:
Someone with an anxiety disorder may misuse prescription medications, such as benzodiazepines (e.g., Xanax, Valium), in an attempt to alleviate their anxiety symptoms. This misuse can lead to the development of a substance use disorder, which can further disrupt their mental health.
Bipolar Disorder and Addiction:
Individuals with bipolar disorder might misuse drugs like cocaine during manic episodes to intensify their mood, energy, and impulsivity. This behavior can result in addiction to the drug, which can complicate the management of their bipolar symptoms.
Schizophrenia and Marijuana Use
Some individuals with schizophrenia might use marijuana in an attempt to alleviate their symptoms, as some anecdotal evidence suggests it can provide temporary relief. However, marijuana use can potentially worsen psychotic symptoms and interfere with the effectiveness of antipsychotic medications.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Opioid Addiction
Individuals with PTSD, especially those who have experienced trauma, may misuse opioids to numb emotional pain and distress. This can lead to opioid dependence and pose challenges to managing their PTSD symptoms.
Eating Disorders and Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD):
People with eating disorders, such as anorexia or bulimia, might also engage in the misuse of alcohol to manage their feelings of anxiety, depression, or control. This combination can exacerbate both the eating disorder and the substance abuse issue.