Fashion Valley Comprehensive Treatment Center
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Breaking the cycle of addiction starts with asking for help.
Fashion Valley CTC helps patients establish a strong foundation for opioid addiction recovery.
Is Fashion Valley CTC right for you?
Fashion Valley Comprehensive Treatment Center (CTC) offers outpatient treatment for adults age 18 and older of all genders who are struggling with opioid use disorder. The center, which is located in San Diego, CA, provides medication-assisted treatment (MAT).
About Fashion Valley Comprehensive Treatment Center in San Diego, CA
Fashion Valley Comprehensive Treatment Center (CTC) in San Diego, California, is a respected provider of outpatient treatment for adults age 18 and older of all genders who have been struggling with opioid addiction.
Our San Diego center offers medication-assisted treatment (MAT), which combines prescription medication and counseling to help patients end their opioid use and successfully achieve long-term recovery. Decades of research has documented the effectiveness of MAT.
Many years ago, methadone clinics that offered MAT were limited to one type of medication. Today, centers such as Fashion Valley CTC in San Diego, California, are authorized to provide multiple medication options.
A patient who takes part in MAT at Fashion Valley CTC may receive methadone, naltrexone, buprenorphine, or Suboxone. A member of our medical staff meets with each patient at our opioid addiction treatment center in San Diego, California, to explain how each of these medications works and determine which one is right for them.
Therapies Used at Our San Diego Methadone Clinic
When a person takes methadone or another medication as directed by a qualified professional, they can stop using opioids without experiencing the intense distress of opioid withdrawal. But to achieve successful long-term recovery from opioid addiction, they must develop certain skills and make significant lifestyle changes. Counseling provides considerable assistance with these efforts.
Adults who receive care at our Comprehensive Treatment Center in San Diego, California, may take part in both individual and group counseling. During counseling sessions, they can address the experiences that may have led them to abuse opioids, discuss the ways their lives have been impacted by opioid use, and learn how to repair the damage they’ve endured as a result of opioid addiction.
Many people mistakenly believe that medication is the sole benefit of receiving care at a methadone clinic. When patients begin treatment at our facility in San Diego, California, they discover that we provide a broad scope of services and support to help them achieve improved health and sustained recovery.
Individualized Treatment for Opioid Addiction in San Diego, CA
For medication-assisted treatment to be most effective, it must address the specific ways a patient has been impacted by opioid addiction. It must also help each person identify their goals and develop a plan for achieving them.
Patients who seek help from a methadone clinic may originally be motivated by a desire to end their opioid use without suffering through withdrawal. At our CTC in San Diego, California, we help them accomplish this, and then we build on that initial success by addressing the behavioral, emotional, and social components of opioid addiction and recovery.
No two people who receive care at Fashion Valley CTC will have identical experiences with us. But every adult who chooses our CTC can expect to receive personalized treatment provided by experienced professionals in a respectful, nonjudgmental environment.
AOD/COSAT #: 370108CP Expiration Date: 08/31/24; Certified by the State Department of Health Care Services SUD Recovery Treatment Facilities - Datasets - California Health and Human Services Open Data Portal
State NTP #: 37-15 Expiration Date: 06/30/25; Licensed by the State Department of Health Care Services
“Methadone gave me a second chance at life, a life that heroin was taking away. I am forever grateful. Thank you!”