Southern California Rehab

Our drug rehab in Southern California  is comprised of men who have been abusing or are addicted to alcohol, methamphetamine, heroin, prescribed pain medication, marijuana and combinations of the substances listed.

Alcohol Addiction – Alcoholism

The use of alcohol is on the rise. It is often considered safe by many, because it is legal. Further, the consumption of alcohol is “socially acceptable” by parents or in the popular media. This has given rise to the frequent, but erroneous notion that it is not as dangerous as illegal drugs.
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Cocaine Addiction

The legal uses for cocaine are as a local anesthetic, often used for eye, nose and throat surgery by physicians. Its name comes from the coca plant from which it is derived. It is a highly addictive substance and can be used in a variety of ways, including smoking, snorting, injecting and sniffing.
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Heroin

A central nervous system depressant, derived from morphine, heroin is an illegal drug with no legal use in the medical field. It is highly addictive and often requires detox when coming off of the drug.
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Methamphetamine

Methamphetamines are stimulants, legally used for treatment of ADHD and Narcolepsy under the name of Desoxyn. It creates a feeling of euphoria, causing the eyes to dilate. The user may become very talkative and restless, often tinkering with objects for hours on end.
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Prescription Drugs

Drugs such as opiate pain killers, mood elevators, diet pills, etc. are those that have a high potential for abuse. Often times, the person who is addicted started on them as medication for a medical purpose, such as chronic pain. They may continue to obtain the drugs through their doctor or others, many on-line, or through illegal means.
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If you or a loved one is struggling with an addiction to any of these or other substances, 10 Acre Ranch offers help at our affordable rehab in California.