Avalon Carver Community Center

4920 South Avalon Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90011

Los Angeles, California
973-622-2002
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Addiction Treatment Programs

Adult Program Alcoholism Drug Rehab Men's Rehab Opioid Treatment Women's Rehab Teen & Adolescent Program

Adult Program

An adult program in California uses various therapeutic methods to treat a person who is dependent on an addictive substance. Individuals aged 18 and older are eligible for treatment, which focuses on breaking the cycle of addiction and learning how to maintain sober living.

Alcoholism

Alcohol rehab in California provides professional treatment to guide participants through each step of recovery. Programs offer a support system to walk you through challenges and celebrate victories with you, from detox to long-term sobriety.

Drug Rehab

Drug rehab in California teaches participants constructive ways to stay clean and sober. Treatment revolves around helping individuals stop using the substance they are addicted to and learn healthy habits to avoid relapse.

Men's Rehab

Gender-specific addiction treatment programs may be more effective in treating men because they focus on unique needs of males. Men’s rehab in California is designed to help men process emotions and cope with stress in a judgment-free environment.

Opioid Treatment

For those who are struggling with opioid use disorder, help is available at opioid rehab in California. This complex addiction can be treated through a combination of evidence-based therapies and medication assisted treatment.

Women's Rehab

Women’s rehab in California provides a safe environment where women can work through addiction challenges surrounded by their gender peers. This often creates an environment that is more conducive to recovery.

Teen & Adolescent Program

Typically, a young adult program in California can guide individuals from detox, through initial treatment, and extends to aftercare. Treatment gives young adults what they need to reset their lives and move to the next stage of life free from addiction.

Levels of Care

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Outpatient Rehab

When you choose outpatient rehab in California, you will meet with a counselor and attend support group meetin...gs. The focus will be on restructuring attitudes and thoughts to reduce cravings and develop skills to prevent relapse. The length of time in outpatient rehab varies by individual, based on their recovery needs.
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Dual Diagnosis & Mental Health

When you have a co-occurring disorder, it is essential to treat both your addiction and the mental health diso...rder. California dual diagnosis treatment provides this type of multidisciplinary approach, for improved recovery outcomes.
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Insurance

financial-aid icon Financial Aid

If you need help paying for alcohol and drug rehab, financial aid may be an option for you. Financial assistan...ce options include grants, scholarships, non-profit programs, personal funding, and health insurance programs to help you manage the expense of substance abuse treatment.
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payment-plan icon Payment Plans & Financing

For those who are underinsured or uninsured, paying the total cost of a rehab program up front is not feasible.... Fortunately, many alcohol and drug rehabs make financing available to potential clients through private loans, in-house payment plans, or partner lenders. You can choose a finance package that lets you start treatment immediately and pay for it later.
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medicare icon Medicare Accepted

Medicare in California (known as Medi-Cal) may provide coverage options to assist with the cost of alcohol and... drug rehab in California. The amount of coverage will depend on many things, including whether you are seeking inpatient or outpatient treatment for substance abuse.
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4920 South Avalon Boulevard
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