Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Professionals in California

The highly skilled treatment team at Cedar Point Recovery brings an effective combination of knowledge, experience, compassion, and understanding to customized treatment programs that can help anyone overcome drug and alcohol abuse and addiction.

The treatment team at Cedar Point offers unparalleled dedication to your overall well-being and recovery.

Substance Abuse and Addiction Treatment Program in California

Our skills and expertise set Cedar Point Recovery apart. We provide our clients with substance abuse and addiction treatment plans that are tailored to their specific needs.

Addictions may share many aspects, but each substance – and each client – carries a unique set of challenges. Counselors at Cedar Point can help you develop the tools that you will need to overcome those challenges and to achieve long-term recovery.

No Cost Confidential Assessments
Call Us At 866-441-3700

Heroin Addiction

Heroin

No longer just an urban problem, heroin is in all communities and touches age groups as young as early high school. The cycle of use and craving makes quitting very difficult.

Learn More

Close-up of psychologist comforting his depressed patient

Prescription drugs

The fastest growing problem is prescription medication abuse. Between 2005-2011, 15.7 million Americans reported using prescription drugs for “non-medical” reasons.

Learn More

AlcoholAbuse

Alcohol

Even though it’s legal, alcohol is a drug that can devastate the lives and health of people with drinking problems, and the people around them.

Learn More

Teens problems

Cocaine

Cocaine causes feelings of euphoria and energy by overstimulating the brain’s pleasure and motivation centers. Users quickly become dependent upon the drug to feel pleasure.

Learn More

No Cost Confidential Assessments – Call Us At 866-441-3700

Young man in depression standing on the river bridge

Marijuana

Legalization efforts are creeping across the country, but marijuana is a drug and marijuana addiction is real. Chronic users experience adverse physical and psychological effects when they use and when they try to quit.

Learn More

Unhappy Child Sitting On Floor In Corner At Home

Drug abuse

Drug abuse happens when someone uses drugs in an amount or at a frequency that is harmful to the user, or the people around him. Addiction is a chronic brain disease that causes obsessive drug seeking and consumption, regardless of the consequences.

Learn More