At Dignity Detox Center, we treat alcohol, cocaine, heroin, marijuana, opioid and prescription drug addiction in our world-class private luxury treatment center in California. Our individualized treatment programs for substance use include medically assisted detox, a personalized stages of change model and partial hospitalization program (PHP).  If you’re ready to take part in a world-class treatment program and prefer the luxury of a beautifully appointed residential estate, it’s time to consider Dignity Detox Center.


What makes alcoholism so dangerous is that it overrides almost every other need or emotion. Often, when people try to overcome alcoholism on their own, it’s far too easy to give in to that craving. Recognizing that you have a problem and deciding to make a change are important steps but making the decision to find treatment is the best choice you can make on the road to recovery.


Cocaine treatment has very general defining characteristics. It is when you move past these general characteristics that you begin to understand the true meaning of the treatment and cocaine rehabilitation process. General drug treatment is not the same as specified cocaine treatment. It is crucial to understand exactly what your addiction is, what your specific needs are, and then come up with a cocaine treatment plan based on those factors.


Heroin works by blocking the pain receptors in your spinal cord. Although it can offer relief from pain, it can damage your overall health and wellbeing. Because it’s hard to control the quality and purity, heroin overdoses are common. If you or someone you love struggles with heroin addiction, it’s time to get caring and compassionate help.


Many people view marijuana as no more dangerous than alcohol use, which is a substance that’s been legal and accepted in mainstream culture for decades. This makes it hard to know when you or a loved one has moved past casual usage to marijuana addiction. When it’s become a problem Dignity Detox Center has tools to overcome marijuana addiction


One of the major health concerns in the United States is opiate abuse. Opiates, or commonly called opioids, are a class of drugs derived from opium, such as heroin. Many people who develop an addiction to opioids begin by taking them as prescribed, though illicit use without a prescription is also common. If you or a loved one has a dependency issue with opioids, professional drug treatment is crucial to saving lives.


If prescribed and used correctly, prescription drugs can provide wonderful benefits. They allow you to take part in certain activities without the restrictions of illness, pain and age. But prescription drugs also pose severe risks of addiction and dependency. In such cases, a drug that once freed you from pain might become the root cause of it; and a prescription that once enabled you to experience life more fully now becomes the primary thing that holds you back.