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"I'd like to tell anyone out there that really is looking for hope, to let them know that there is hope at Pacific Hills. We saw our daughter go through such a difficult time in her life and now I can look at her and I can see my wonderful, beautiful daughter back once again." — Annie

"For those that have a spouse, a loved one who has an addiction, they need to get help. They need to learn about co-dependency, about enabling. they need to cut the cord. they need to let go. they need to give a program like Pacific Hills a call. They need to get an intervention going ASAP. The sooner you do it, the faster things can change." — Myrna

I was very impressed with the level of treatment and care that I received while I was here. I truly believe the staff cared about me and my overall health and recovery. I feel I have been given some very helpful and useful tools and coping skill to take home with me. I feel like this is just the beginning of my amazing journey and would not have started it anywhere else. — Lana

Substance Dependence - You Are Not Alone

Has substance abuse become a problem? Are drugs and alcohol intefering with your relationships, your family, your career? If so, you are not alone. The number of people in the U.S. with a substance abuse or dependence problem approaches 10% of the population. This number includes doctors, lawyers, stay-at-home parents and investment bankers. Drug and alcohol abuse affects the rich, the poor and everyone in between.

So, the important question isn't "What is wrong with me?"

The important question is,
"How can I get the treatment that I need?

THE IMPORTANT QUESTION

"Abuse" and "Dependence" are not the same as "Use"

Almost everyone tries alcohol and drugs at one time or another. And for some, this is not a problem. But for many, the negative effects of drug and alcohol destroy relationships and overwhelm one's ability to enjoy life. What is supposed to be fun becomes a burden; what is supposed to be a "social lubricant" makes life so slippery that it's hard to maintain your grip.

Substance use is relatively free of negative consequences. Substance abuse has adverse personal, health and even legal consequences. Substance dependence changes your brain, body, and social life as you sustain abuse over time.

If you are dependent you crave drugs or alcohol, develop high tolerance, and experience withdrawal when you can't get your fix.

Get Your Life Back With Pacific Hills Treatment

Our Christian 12-Step Program is an integration of these foundational truths as they relate to the chemically addicted and emotionally wounded person.

By working and applying these Biblical principles, one begins to grow spiritually. Those suffering have the opportunity to then become free from addictive, compulsive and dysfunctional behaviors. This freedom gives way to peace, serenity, joy and most importantly, a stronger personal relationship with God and others. As the individual progresses through the program they often discover a personal, loving and forgiving Higher Power - Jesus Christ.

The scriptures provide the guidelines used in our professional counseling and treatment process. Our professional staff consists of Christian men and women, including several credentialed ordained pastors who themselves are in long-term recovery.

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About Us

Pacific Hills has repeatedly been granted the highest level of accreditation by CARF, the international organization that monitors strict standards for rehabilitation services. Pacific Hills treatment centers are on the cutting edge of performance with regard to treatment, facilities and professional personnel, with an ongoing commitment to cultivate the highest customer service standards possible.

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We have been helping people struggling with addiction for almost two decades. When you call us, you can expect to talk to a caring professional who will properly assess your situating. We will provide you with viable options for treatment, regardless of your location, financial capability or depth of addiction. We are committed to helping every caller. Make the call that will get you pointed in the right direction for you or your loved one. We are here to help. Call 866-559-4443 anytime to discuss treatment options.

 

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