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Drug and Alcohol Rehab At The Lakehouse Recovery Center

The Lakehouse Recovery Center provides an integrated approach to recovery treatment and rehabiliton through our addiction treatment programs. We offer alcohol programs, drug and prescription drug addiction programs, treatment aftercare, and outpatient services. By walking with you through the entire recovery process, we can help you attain long-term success.

How Is the Lakehouse Recovery Center Different?

The Lakehouse is a family-like addiction treatment center where we laugh and cry together, experience growth and bond with one another through our recovery of substance abuse. Our staff at the Lakehouse drug and alcohol rehab facility can help you begin your treatment today. Whether you are looking for substance abuse treatment for you or a loved one, contact us!  Our variety of programs are lead by men and women who are in recovery as well. They help guide you; not just through your program, but through all of your recovery.

Drug and Alcohol Treatment Starts with You!

We are a comprehensive drug treatment center and addiction recovery center serving Thousand Oaks, Westlake Village, and surrounding California areas. We know how difficult it is to be free of addiction, but we can help. Our treatment can help you begin your new life. We know how difficult this journey is, but you do not have to go through it on your own. We offer many treatment options, from addiction recovery, mental health treatment, relapse prevention, to outpatient care. Our team is with you during each step of the process.

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Tips For Staying Sober - The Lakehouse Recovery Center

7 Tips for Staying Sober

These tips for staying sober can help you prevent a relapse. Learn how from the professionals at Lakehouse Recovery Center. Getting sober is a huge accomplishment. Right now, you may be thinking about your future and how you will remain sober. You’ve learned early recovery and relapse prevention skills, and you know the importance of building a healthy support group. …

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Signs of Addiction - Lakehouse Recovery Center

Understanding the Warning Signs of Addiction This National Recovery Month

Signs of addiction can vary. The moment you notice them, take action. Understand what addiction symptoms look like, and how to get help. Addiction, or substance use disorder, is a brain disorder caused by a combination of many factors, including genetics, lifestyle and environment, past traumas, and of course, the substance itself. Addiction is a process that often begins when someone builds substance …

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Alcohol Addiction Treatment - Lakehouse Recovery Center

3 Stages of Alcoholism and How to Overcome Them

It can be very difficult for those suffering from alcohol addiction. It can eventually effect every aspect of their life, from relationships, to employment. Here are the three common stages of alcoholism and how to move past them into successful recovery. Alcoholism, now called alcohol use disorder (AUD), is a brain disorder that doesn’t develop overnight. For many, in the …

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Overcoming Addiction - Lakehouse Recovery Center

Your Guide to Overcoming Addiction

Overcoming addiction can be extremely difficult. It is essential to have a care team that understands your individualized needs and can create an addiction treatment plan for you. At Lakehouse Recovery Center, we are dedicated to providing you with the utmost care and support during recovery. There are many defining factors of addiction, including an uncontrollable desire to use a …

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Alcohol and Relationships Impact by Addiction - Lakehouse Recovery Center

Alcohol and Relationships: The Impact of Addiction

The impact alcohol and relationships is undeniable – here are 8 impacts of alcohol addiction on relationships, and how you can move forward with a life of sobriety. According to research, nearly 15 million people over the age of 12 have an alcohol use disorder or addiction to alcohol. That means at least 15 million friends, family, and loved ones …

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Outpatient Recovery Services and Therapy - Lakehouse Recovery Center

Substance Abuse Counseling: How It Can Help You Recover from Addiction

The road to recovery is a constant one, but with the help of substance abuse counseling, you can continue living your best life in recovery. Many people believe recovery from addiction starts with detoxification of the chemicals in your body. However, this is not where it ends. If eliminating drugs from the system was the only thing necessary for recovery, …

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Physical vs. Psychological Dependence - Lakehouse Recovery Center

Physical vs. Psychological Dependence

Physical vs. psychological dependence in addiction is commonly difficult to understand. Learn the differences from our experts here at Lakehouse Recovery. The mind and the body are directly connected. There is plenty of clinical evidence to support the link between the two. When the body is ailing, it affects how you feel emotionally. Also, mental health problems are linked to …

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Stages of Addiction Recovery - Lakehouse Recovery Center

The 6 Stages of Addiction Recovery

At the Lakehouse Recovery Center, we understand the 6 stages of addiction recovery and are here to support you through each and every step. Change. To overcome addiction, you must change. Change is hard, especially when trying to overcome a brain disorder like an addiction. But you can do it. The National Institute of Health created the Science of Behavior …

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The Disease Model of Addiction - Lakehouse Recovery Center

The Disease Model of Addiction: What is It?

Aside from neurological, biological, and environmental, there are a lot of factors that contribute to the disease model of addiction. Find out how addiction works below. What is The Disease Model of Addiction? In 1956, the American Medical Association voted that addiction is, in fact, a disease, a treatable illness. Later this would go on to include drug addiction too. …

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