Surf City Recovery Helps Patients with Drug Detox Services at its Rehab Facility

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Huntington Beach, CA, (February 10, 2019) - Surf City Recovery is a center that offers Drug Detox Orange County services in a positive and safe ambience. This medical facility aims to help people who suffer from pain and unresolved problems, which drive them to substance abuse and other unhealthy practices.

It has certified addiction counselors and licensed therapists and doctors who are experienced in every aspect of successful addiction or substance abuse recovery. They use a comprehensive holistic and clinical approach and therapies that are proven in their efficiency in assisting everyone who suffers from drug addiction.

A wide range of methods are used to ensure the rehabilitation of patients, and help them with sustained recovery. The medical staffs use behavioral therapies and combine them with medications such as Methadone, acamprostae, buprenorphine and naltrexone as well as counseling. Following treatment, Peer Support programs and Group therapy sessions are used to make addicts sober again.

The treatment focuses on the substance abuse of individuals, as well as takes any related legal, social, vocational, medical and psychological issues in consideration.

About Surf City Recovery:
A private treatment facility, Surf City Recovery is a Drug Rehab Orange County center that offers Outpatient Programming, Intensive Outpatient Programming and Partial Hospitalization Programming. The staffs at this center help patients and offer them the tools and guidance to eliminate drug and alcohol from their lives.

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Media Contact:
Surf City Recovery
Contact Person: Rich Seidel
18090 Beach Blvd. Suite 5, Huntington Beach, CA 92648
Phone no: +1 (714) 841 3863


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