The Champions Recovery Alternative Program in Lemoore, California accepts federal funding and provides long-term treatment for heroin addicts. Substance abuse and alcoholism treatment experts at the program believe in “holistic” treatment, which includes medication, exercise, nutrition and life skills training. Substance abuse is the third leading cause of deaths in the United States. The program is able to provide quality long-term residential detoxification and drug addiction treatment because it accepts federal funding.
The Lemoore Center for Drug Rehab and Alcoholism supports our nation’s drug addiction treatment efforts, while preparing those who enter its programs for a successful recovery. In Lemoore, CA, we offer quality long-term substance abuse treatment services for persons addicted to alcohol or other substances and for pregnant women. Our approach combines traditional therapeutic treatment with patient education, social skills, life-style changes, relapse prevention and life skills development. Treatment can be offered to the addict on an outpatient basis or inpatient. The most common types of treatments are inpatient detoxification, residential treatment, detox maintenance, and short-term residential rehab. We are committed to serving our clients with compassion and understanding, as well as with an expertly trained staff.
Our long-term care facility offers residential detoxification, a supportive community focused on recovery, a specialized integrated team of physicians, therapists, social workers and nurses, hospice care, drug intervention and case management. There are over 96 beds available for inpatient drug detox. The Methadone Maintenance Program is an outpatient program for persons who have received a court order for long-term or residential drug treatment. This program provides the necessary inpatient substance abuse treatment, which includes counseling, education, medication, social skills development and transportation assistance. Methadone Maintenance patients are referred to a local doctor for medication adjustments or follow-up care.