Dimensions Culver City is our mid-range, in-patient treatment facility, nestled in a lovely, centrally located neighborhood in Culver City, California. Just a few miles from the beach, we offer a multitude of serene settings for our clients to visit.
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Dimensions Indian Wells is the most luxurious option in our network, and also the longest running. Lavish and confidential, with a limited number of beds, this facility offers a high staff-to-client ratio, ensuring that each client receives an in-depth, personalized treatment plan, selected from our wide array of customizable programs.
At Abandon Addiction, we offer a FREE treatment referral service that provides a Confidential Assessment and Insurance Check! We have first-hand experience navigating the complicated maze that is alcohol and addiction treatment in the 21st century. At a time when so many people are struggling with addiction and alcoholism, the founders of Abandon Addiction felt it should be easier for individuals and families to find treatment and obtain treatment that is patient-centered and that fits individual needs and budgets. We work with several of the top rehab centers in the country and are able to deal with both them, and your insurance provider, on your behalf, to make sure that you're placed in the best facility for your specific situation. When you call Abandon Addiction you will receive the personalize service and get the help you deserve today. Are you ready? The rest of your life can start today! Don't wait any longer. Call Today! (877) 875-2890!
Just a 20 minute ferry ride from West Vancouver, The Orchard Recovery Center provides flexible lengths of stay to meet your needs. Beginning with our 10 day introduction to treatment, detox and stabilization, followed by 28, 42 and 90+ day programs to build a solid foundation for recovery. With our International CARF accreditation, an award-winning clinical team, and doctors who are distinguished fellows of the American Board of Addiction Medicine, we provided the highest standards of care for our clients. Our Outpatient Program in West Vancouver is offered in addition to our strong complement of weekly Family Programming and Alumni services, ensuring we provide ongoing support for a lasting recovery.
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