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Drug Rehab in
Los Angeles

Southern California Addiction Treatment Programs for Lifelong Recovery

Stop Waiting.
Start Living.

If you or a loved one is struggling with a substance use disorder or mental health disorder, you don’t have to do it alone.

 At Psyclarity, we’re committed to providing evidence-based clinical services and individualized care. As a luxury drug rehab in Los Angeles we combine proven modalities with compassionate clinical staff to give our patients the tools they need to succeed in their recovery journey.

Our philosophy is to be ahead of the curve in addiction recovery treatments and therapies, complete with 24/7 nursing, psychiatric, and medication-assisted treatment services. Our approach to recovery is holistic, scientific, and complete, treating the whole patient and not just the addiction.

With the help of our staff, you can rebuild and repair every aspect of your life, including your mental health and physical wellness, your relationships, and your spirituality, in a safe and confidential environment. 

Alcohol addiction or drug addiction doesn’t have to define your future.

Hallmarks of Psyclarity:
The Best of The Best Drug Rehab Centers in Los Angeles

Bridging the Gap Between Patient & Provider

Find safety and peace in a home away from home, only better. Guided by clinical staff and nurses, you can recover in a supportive environment.

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Our holistic and evidence-based treatments are tailored to each patient’s individual needs and personal goals to foster the best possible outcomes.

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Medication-assisted treatment is the safest and most effective way to treat substance use disorders, sustain recovery, and prevent relapse.

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From the start of the recovery journey, patients gain skills to facilitate lasting health, enduring prevention, and lasting sobriety.

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The Psyclarity Difference
at Our Los Angeles
Treatment Centers

We offer a full-spectrum approach to substance use and mental health treatment. Recovery doesn’t happen overnight, but we’re here to make sure it starts in the best possible way with comprehensive, evidence-based treatment programs tailored to each individual’s needs.

Lasting sobriety and recovery involves your professional, social, relational, or academic lives. We believe that the key to success is how well you’re integrated into your everyday life and roles, not just how you handle your mental health challenges.

That’s why every patient’s care plan is customized to their unique challenges and needs. Whether it’s a personalized Residential Treatment Program or an Intensive Outpatient Program, each patient develops the skills they need to support their own outcomes.

No matter what your journey looks like, we’re here to help you every step of the way. From rebuilding and repairing past relationships to seeing the future with renewed hope and resolve, our programs can help you or your loved one get on the path to permanent sobriety.

What Drug & Alcohol Treatment
in Los Angeles Looks Like
At Psyclarity

Individualized & Patient Focused Care

Healing The Whole Person

Addiction and mental health aren’t standalone challenges. The treatment shouldn’t be, either. Every therapeutic modality we employ for our patients is based on science and evidence in multidisciplinary fields, including mental health and substance use. 

From Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy to trauma-informed care and individual and group therapy, each step of the journey is designed to work for you.

Continuum Of Care

Once treatment is over, the rest of your life is just the beginning. Sobriety and recovery can be ongoing challenges, but we offer programs to assist with reintegration into everyday life and coping skills for the future. Family therapy, individual therapy, aftercare, and support groups arm patients with the tools to adapt to life’s challenges and live a life of resolve.


Your Future Starts Now
with Psyclarity

Asking for help isn’t a weakness – it’s a strength. Take the first step for your new future with Psyclarity.

Residential & Inpatient Treatment: An faq

Answers to some of the most frequently asked questions regarding inpatient treatment:

Will My Health Insurance Cover Substance Abuse Treatment?

Most major health insurance plans cover admission into  detox centers and any subsequent rehab programs, including Medicare and Medicaid. Our admissions specialists will help determine your eligibility during your initial consultation.

How Long Does Inpatient or Residential Treatment Typically Last?

There is not a set timeline for your recovery. It is different for everyone. Your stay in residential treatment will last as long as it needs to so that you can make the transition to your next stage of recovery in the right headspace. 

Some people stay in inpatient treatment for weeks while some stay up to a month or more. Your care team will monitor your program progress and advance you to the next level of care when you are ready.

Will I Get to See My Friends and Family While I am in a Residential Program?

Most inpatient programs put a high priority on keeping connected to your support system. Many facilities will have designated visitation days where you can spend time with your loved one in a recovery setting.

Where Will I Go After I Am Done With Residential Treatment?

After you have completed the inpatient recovery phase of your treatment plan, you will likely advance to a partial hospitalization program (PHP). In this next level of care you will continue your recovery journey using the same modalities and therapies as inpatient, but you will not be in a 24-hour care setting.

What If I Don’t Feel Like I’m Ready to Leave Inpatient Treatment?

It is not uncommon to experience some trepidation about leaving an inpatient program. If you have hesitations about transitioning to the next level of care, speak with your care team about your concerns.

What Happens If I Relapse After I Leave My Residential Program?

If you begin using addictive substances or repeating harmful behaviors post-discharge from an inpatient program, it is important that you speak with your care team right away. Depending on your unique circumstances, readmission to an inpatient treatment program may be necessary, as well as repeating detox.

It’s important to remember that a relapse doesn’t have to be permanent, and it doesn’t mean you have failed. It means that you still have healing to do. You can come back from a relapse even stronger.

What About Sober Living Arrangements?

After a residential program, your care team may suggest that you stay in a recovery community  rather than live on your own or return home.

When you stay in a supportive living community, you will live with other people who share your experiences and goals for getting healthy and staying sober and clean. In a supportive living environment, you will learn even more coping skills that will help you maintain your sobriety before you make the next transition to independent living.

If you or a loved one is suffering from drug abusealcohol addiction, or co-occurring disorder/dual diagnosis, call and speak with our team to discuss treatment options.


Don’t go through the process of recovery alone.
There are people who can help you with the struggle you’re facing. Get in touch with one today.


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