We have stayed ahead of the situation on our Campus and at Clinic. The team has been educated and we have instituted social distancing in our treatment community as it relates to the larger population and begun strict monitoring protocols for clients.
Addiction doesn’t own you and you can break the bondage it has over you through treatment programs from licensed medical professionals and counselors. One way to help in achieving long-lasting recovery is with our Drug and Alcohol Detox in Orange County, which is among the treatment programs you can find at Experience Recovery.
Programs like our Drug Rehab in Orange County provide resources that go into the heart of addiction, realizing that it is a disease of the brain, stimulating the brain in unhealthy and dangerous ways that can shorten a person’s life.
Experience Recovery is located in Orange County, California. We have two locations. Our first location is in Santa Ana and specializes in detoxification and residential drug treatment. Our day treatment (PHP Program) and our IOP (Intensive Out-Patient) program is located in Westminster, California.
Finding the right help for substance abuse treatment is crucial when seeking rehab for drug addiction. Orange County has many alcohol and drug detox facilities to choose from. However, what sets Experience Recovery apart from typical detox centers is our IMS designation by the state of California.
IMS stands for Incidental Medical Services, which means that our addiction treatment center in Orange County CA offers additional medical services beyond standard detoxification procedures to ensure the safety and comfort of our patients during their recovery journey.
There are six IMS services that must be provided after receiving approval from the Department of Health Care Services (DHCS).
Obtaining medical histories.
Under the guidance of our medical director Dr. Steve Karp, our addiction treatment center in Orange County CA is able to offer ASAM 3.7 detoxification for someone needing help with drugs or alcohol.
According to ASAM 3.7 is called the Medically Monitored High-Intensity Inpatient Services for adolescents and Medically Monitored Intensive Inpatient Services Withdrawal Management for adults, this level of care provides 24-hour nursing care with a physician’s availability for significant problems. Patients in this level of care require medication and have a recent history of withdrawal management at a less intensive level of care, marked by past and current inability to complete withdrawal management and enter into continuing addiction treatment.
Adhering to proper protocol and helping each client understand the withdrawal symptoms they will experience while facing etoxification treatment the goal of our team.