Common Bond Rehab Center
24456 Lyons Avenue
Newhall, CA 91321
Phone: (661) 678-0575
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Hours of Operation24 hours
Common Bond Rehab Center is a drug and alcohol treatment center located in Santa Clarita, California. Common Bond Rehab Center uses evidence-based treatment methods, with highly qualified clinicians. While participating in our Drug alcohol addiction treatment program, you have the option to live in one of our nearby sober-living homes, or your own drug-free home. We understand the effects that drugs, alcohol and co-occurring disorders have on family, jobs and health.
Common Bond provides daytime or evening sessions for alcohol and drug addiction and related substance abuse and emotional disorders for those clients who want to be able work, go to school and live at home while developing knowledge and skills to support a newly comfortable way of life.
Treatment is provided by licensed professionals in a safe and supportive environment and is covered by most insurance plan benefits For those who wish to self-pay the cost is affordable and based on the number of sessions the client and staff feel is appropriate. Sessions are scheduled to be compatible with the client’s availability.
What steps to take:
Deciding on a path to addiction recovery could be the most important decision of your life. Once you or a loved one has admitted there is a problem and help is needed, deciding what to do next can be confusing. Getting sober is a process. No matter how long you have been abusing drugs or alcohol, or how bad your addiction is, there are six steps we walk our patients through.
Step One: Commit to quitting
Step Two: Choose a treatment plan
Step Three: Make the call to outpatient drug addiction treatment
Step Four: Live in drug and alcohol-free housing (sober living housing)
Step Five: Get involved with support groups during treatments
Step Six: Plan to live an addiction-free life
Drug rehab treatment centers are designed to keep you away from the temptations you may have. Nobody needs to get sober alone, it usually doesn’t work. Accountability is the best way to start.
Recovery from drugs is a process. Find a new meaning for life. A purpose.