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
Addiction is a notoriously difficult disease to experience. Those who are actively abusing drugs and alcohol can struggle with issues such as cravings, painful withdrawal symptoms, hiding their abuse, and even financial problems. Attempting … Read More
Adderall is a medication that is prescribed to individuals diagnosed with attention-deficit disorder (ADD) or attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). It is designed to help promote focus and curb hyperactivity and impulsive behavio … Read More
There is absolutely no escaping stress. Every single person on the planet is going to experience stress at some point in their lives no matter how much they try to avoid it. Unfortunately, stress is just a part of life, and for some, there … Read More
Alcohol use disorder is a condition that directly impacts more than 15 million people in the United States. When actively drinking, alcoholics can struggle with a series of complications ranging from issues in their personal relationships a … Read More
Opiates are the most abused drugs in the United States, and more and more Americans are beginning to abuse and sadly become addicted to substances like heroin, oxycodone, and fentanyl. Opiates are depressants, meaning that when they are use … 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.