Those who are suffering from the effects of substance use disorders (SUDs) need to seek help immediately. But, if you are currently struggling with addiction, you may not feel certain about where to turn. It can be difficult to know how to get the help you need. It is best to be aware of the addiction treatment resources and services that are available to you.

Here at Daylight Recovery Services, we strive to offer our clients the tools they need for a successful recovery. We understand the importance of having professional and comprehensive care as you overcome substance abuse. This is why we commit ourselves to the provision of various treatment services, therapeutic approaches, and support efforts. Learn more about our addiction treatment resources today!

The Statistics: Substance Abuse in California

According to the 2018 edition of the California Health Care Almanac, more than 8% of Californians suffered from a substance use disorder between 2015 and 2016. This equates to about 2.7 million people. About 6.4% suffered from alcohol use disorders while about 3.3% had illicit drug use disorders.

In 2017, more than 1,800 deaths occurred as a result of opioid overdose. Over 1,300 of those deaths involved prescription opioid drugs. The number of fentanyl-related overdose deaths increased by 50% from 2016 to 2017.

Sadly, although a large number of Californians are suffering, very few seek help. This makes professional treatment centers like Daylight Recovery all the more important. If you’re looking for a place where you can overcome substance abuse, we’re here to help you!

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Our Addiction Treatment Resources and Programs

Daylight Recovery Services offers treatment for various types of addiction

We are aware of the fact that many people suffer from SUDs such as alcoholism, prescription drug abuse, and more. As a result of this, we work to offer effective and inclusive care to those who come to us for treatment.


Unfortunately, many individuals who suffer from addiction misuse illegal substances. These include drugs such as heroincocaineMDMA, and more. The use of illicit drugs can be both harmful and deadly for several reasons. One of the most common problems with illicit drug use is the fact that many drug dealers dilute or mix other substances with the drugs they sell. This is what some may refer to as “cutting”, and it can lead to serious problems in a user’s body. 

While it’s true that individuals can develop an addiction to prescription (legal) drugs, illicit drugs pose a different threat. When people buy illegal drugs, they purchase substances that have not been tested or medically supervised; these substances aren’t regulated. It’s difficult, if not impossible, to know how much of a substance a person is receiving. 

Accidental (and, unfortunately, intentional) overdoses can occur when using illicit drugs. In many cases, individuals who use illegal substances develop physical and mental health problems as a result of drug use. 

Thankfully, we offer help to those who are struggling with addictions to cocaine, heroin, MDMA, and other illicit drugs. If you or someone you know could use some help in this area, please reach out to us today!


Individuals who are suffering from the effects of alcohol use disorder (AUD) can find hope and help here at Daylight Recovery Services. Also known as alcoholism or alcohol addiction, an AUD can have serious effects on a person’s life. It can cause people to suffer in various areas of their lives, causing difficulties such as:

While suffering from alcoholism, many individuals may use alcohol so excessively that it causes them to harm themselves or others. It is generally difficult to overcome alcohol misuse due to the withdrawal symptoms that occur when alcohol use ends. Often, those who attempt to quit “cold turkey,” or without treatment, relapse due to the discomfort of withdrawal. With detox, treatment, and professional guidance, individuals can work toward lasting sobriety.

If you or someone you love is suffering from alcohol use disorder, we are here to help. Through our various addiction treatment resources and services, we facilitate healing and hope for recovery.


Although prescription medication is meant to help people suffering from various ailments and illnesses, many individuals develop prescription drug dependence. Sometimes, those who use prescription drugs for medical treatment purposes grow to depend on these substances. As a result, their bodies begin to crave those drugs, struggling to feel “normal” without them.

Sadly, many individuals have found themselves unable to control their prescription drug intake because of this issue. They may begin to abuse medications, using them more often or in larger doses than recommended. Some individuals may even begin to show signs of the following behavioral changes:

  • Lack of concentration or focus
  • Stealing medications from others
  • Hiding medications or pill bottles
  • Agitation, irritability, nervousness
  • Excessive sleep; lack of sleep
  • Paranoia, anxiety, excessive alertness
  • Uncharacteristic sedation or hyperactivity
  • Unhealthy or poor decision-making; lack of good judgment
  • “Doctor shopping” – Going to multiple doctors to get extra prescriptions

If any of these behaviors show, a person may be suffering from prescription misuse. But, fortunately, we offer treatment and therapy here at Daylight Recovery Services!

Therapy for Addiction Recovery

Therapy is one of the most helpful components of addiction treatment. It offers people the opportunity to develop the skills and tools they will need to avoid relapse and enter long-term freedom from addiction. While in recovery from substance abuse, individuals can learn more about the recovery journey through varying types of addiction therapy.


This type of therapy allows individuals to learn more about themselves and how their experiences shape them. It can be challenging to uncover and analyze the events that occur in one’s own life, whether they are negative or positive. But, individual therapy enables people to focus on discovering and addressing any underlying causes of addiction in their lives. These might include trauma, grief, job loss, financial problems, loneliness, anxiety, depression, and more.


While in group therapy, recovering individuals can interact with one another in a safe, judgment-free zone. They can discuss the effects of substance abuse in their lives and talk about their challenges and successes. 

Group therapy provides an environment for people to develop strong support groups. It also enables individuals to learn more about how to properly and effectively interact with others. Addiction often robs people of the ability to engage with others.

In many cases, those who suffer from addiction spend more time alone or with other users. This leads to broken and damaged interpersonal relationships. But, group therapy helps to bring healing to this area of life.  


It’s important to remember that addiction affects the family of those suffering from substance dependence. The spouses, children, parents, and siblings of struggling individuals also suffer. Family therapy works to help bring healing to the family unit as they work through the individual’s recovery. 

In family therapy, those who are experiencing the effects of an individual’s addiction can receive guidance and support. They can learn more about addiction and how it is impacting their family member. They can also gain a deeper understanding of how substance use disorders develop and how they can help their family member to remain free. 

Family therapy also helps families to discover and alter any enabling behaviors they may have. Many times, families enable the destructive patterns and substance use in the lives of their loved ones. Often, these are unintentional actions or families may mistake them for loving behaviors. Some examples of enabling behaviors include the following:

While in therapy, family members can learn more about these behaviors and how they may affect the struggling individual. They can also learn how to help and support their family members in recovery.

Treatment for Co-Occurring Disorders

Many individuals who suffer from addiction also deal with the effects of mental health disorders. Professionals refer to this as a dual diagnosis. When a person suffers from co-occurring addiction and mental health disorders, it’s important to seek professional help. A dual diagnosis program can help them to overcome substance use and manage their mental health symptoms.

Treatment for co-occurring disorders can help those suffering from addiction and the following mental health disorders:

  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)

Through a professional dual diagnosis treatment program, individuals can gain the guidance and support necessary for recovery.

Treatment Programs and Resources for Everyone

Here at Daylight Recovery Services, we offer addiction treatment programs and resources for everyone. We understand the need for treatment and services that address needs on an individual level. So we offer addiction rehab for individuals from varying walks of life and in varying age groups. Here are just some of the services we offer here at Daylight:

Contact Us for More Information About Addiction Treatment Resources

If you’ve been looking for addiction rehab in California, Daylight Recovery Services is here for you! You may be feeling alone in your struggle with substance abuse. But, there is hope for your recovery and total healing. You can find the strength, motivation, and encouragement you need right here at our facility.

At Daylight, we believe every individual who comes to our rehab center can achieve recovery. You deserve to live a life that is free from substance abuse and the negative effects it causes. With guidance from our certified therapists and addiction treatment specialists, you can overcome addiction in your life.

There’s no need to wait any longer to seek help for drug or alcohol abuse. Now is the time to reach out to our team here at Daylight; now is the time to find hope. Give us a call today and allow us to assist you. We look forward to walking with you on your path to complete recovery from addiction!