Outpatient Rehab Modesto | Drug Rehab Modesto

By afrs-blogger December 6, 2017

Addiction Free Recovery Services offers a full range of outpatient and inpatient addiction treatment, including Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), Family Sessions and After Care and Success Plan.

Our Approach to Rehab

Our flexible approach to treatment is dependent upon what is best suited to your needs and may include a combination of treatments such as:


  • Intensive outpatient program
  • Day Patients
  • Relapse Prevention
  • Family sessions
  • After care and success plan
  • Support Meetings
  • Residential treatment now available!


Addiction Free Recovery Services has trained and experienced counselors that are ready to help you in the recovery of any of the following addictions. We also accept all major insurances.


For some addicts, the beginning of treatment is detoxification — controlled and medically supervised withdrawal from the drug. No single approach to detoxification is guaranteed to be best for all addicts. For more information please contact us directly to discover the solution and path to success.


Multiple options are available for effectively treating prescription opioid addictions. These options are drawn from research on heroin addiction and include medications as well as behavioral counseling approaches. ADDICTION FREE can assist you in finding the right approach and choices to battling this strong addiction.


The goal of treatment for alcoholism is complete abstinence. Among alcoholics with otherwise good health, social support, and motivation, the likelihood of recovery is good. Approximately 50% to 60% remain abstinent at the end of a year’s treatment and a majority of those stay dry permanently. It is important to seek the right treatment immediately if you or a loved one is suffering from alcohol addiction.


Treatment for addiction to prescription stimulants, such as Adderall and Concerta, is based on behavioral therapies similar to those used in treating cocaine and methamphetamine addiction. The first steps in treating prescription stimulant addiction would be done at the medical level and then after the detoxification process could behavioral therapy would follow. To get on the right path contact ADDICTION FREE for more information and guidance.


Years of research have shown that addiction to any drug (illicit or prescribed) is a brain disease that can be treated effectively. Treatment must take into account the type of drug used and the needs of the individual. Successful treatment may need to incorporate several components, including detoxification, counseling, and sometimes the use of addiction medications. Multiple courses of treatment are needed for the client to make a full recovery. It is important that you start today to break free of this harmful and destructive pattern, call ADDICTION FREE for more information.


While there is no specific protocol for treating hallucinogen addiction, there are medical and behavioral options available. It is highly likely that behavioral and/or psychological therapy to learn to live without using drugs will be necessary along with ongoing counseling to prepare for and minimize the effects of potential flashbacks. Most hallucinogen addicts use other drugs as well and may need to be treated for that addiction separately.

(Valium or Xanax)

Because withdrawal symptoms can be severe, detoxification from benzodiazepines requires a gradual, tapered approach, with usage reduced at regular intervals scheduled by a medical professional. Even after this usage tapering is defined and scheduled, the client should have access to a detoxification specialist during the weaning phase. Since Benzodiazepines are often originally prescribed to treat anxiety and insomnia, the client will require counseling for these symptoms as well. ADDICTION FREE is ready and willing to help. Contact us today for more information.


Designer drugs refer to a broad range of chemical compounds that are created in laboratories by unknown individuals using a chaotic assortment of ingredients. Common designer drugs include Meth, Ecstasy, Molly, Spice, GHB, and Acid. Since the recipes for these drugs can vary significantly from designer to designer, there may or may not be a universal treatment that can assist the patient with any or all of these drugs. Moreover, since many designer drugs include highly toxic substances, hospitalized medical treatment might be necessary before addiction treatment can even begin. It is important that you seek immediate help and counseling to start the process of treatment, contact ADDICTION FREE for a clear and simple treatment path.

Contact Addiction Free Recovery Services today to find out how we can assist in your recovery and help you find the success you seek.