Addiction often contributes to poor eating habits. When lost in the world of a substance use disorder, some people neglect to eat as much as they should. Others tend to overeat, often making high-calorie choices. Both situations can result … Read More
When a person indulges in a night of drinking alcohol excessively, they may experience happy feelings. For a few hours, they feel as if they can forget their problems and have fun. What they often fail to plan for involves what has been ter … Read More
A lot of progress has been made by members of the LGBTQIA+ community. The acronym LGBTQIA+ stands for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning, Intersex, Asexual, and others. It provides an umbrella term for anyone who doesn‚Ä … Read More
Addictive prescription drugs have become a nationwide problem.¬† Many people labor under the false assumption that drug abuse relates only to so-called street narcotics. Drugs like cocaine, crack, and heroine comes to mind. These narcotics … Read More
According to a 2019 National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism report, 14.5 million people ages 12 and older suffer from Alcohol Use Disorder. Twenty-five percent of people ages 18 and older engaged in binge drinking at least once i … Read More
Despite the stigma that is still associated with addiction, many people are still asking “is addiction a family disease?” It is irrefutable that addiction is in fact a clinical disease. In fact, addiction is defined as a treatab … Read More
Prescription painkillers have helped countless individuals manage their physical pain in ways that promote better lives for themselves. But while those who consume prescription painkillers appropriately can benefit from the use of them, tho … Read More
Suboxone and Subutex are two welcomed medications that have helped countless people put an end to their opioid addiction for good. For more than a decade, Americans have been caught in the midst of an opioid epidemic. People from all … Read More
We have had an opiate crisis in America for decades that has escalated in recent years. It is an epidemic now. Fentanyl has made it worse. As the drug continues to be produced and distributed illegally, addiction to Fentanyl is not only a g … Read More
Living with active addiction is extremely painful. While to others it might seem like you enjoy abusing drugs and/or alcohol, you know that it is not all sunshine and roses. As your addiction progresses, you begin to experience more and mor … Read More
My name is Matthew and I was a resident here at CBH from 6/22/2020 through 7/23/2020.. I just Graduated the program in 32 days and I am writing this because I am truly Thankful to them All.. I would like to Give CBH 7 Stars but it will only like me give 5.
I came to California Behavioral Health when I was finally at the point where I thought life was no longer worth living. Once I got to CBH my whole life changed as I have never met more caring people in my whole life.
Let me start by saying that this place has saved my life as I had been struggling with alcoholism since getting out of college. I had tried numerous 12 step programs and always experienced somewhere that I always struggled to relate with. Once I arrived at California Behavioral Health, they welcomed me with open arms.