Methamphetamine, or “meth,” is an illicit stimulant substance that is highly addictive and can create serious physical, mental, and emotional problems for those who abuse it. Part of this is because meth is uniquely toxic, as it is … Read More
American society has long held a vision of what the “perfect” family should look like — a happily married couple with 2.5 children, a dog, and the classic white picket fence wrapped around their beautiful home in the suburbs. Most … Read More
EMDR, which is short for eye movement desensitization and reprocessing, is one of the premier therapies used to treat trauma. In short, EMDR therapy helps individuals reprocess traumatic events in a safe, secure manner so that they can reco … Read More
Heroin is a highly addictive substance that is derived from the poppy plant. While it was once used as a pain reliever, today it is a commonly abused drug that poses no benefit to those who use it. Those who use heroin often face several ch … Read More
The opioid crisis, which first began as the opioid epidemic in 2011, has both destroyed and claimed the lives of hundreds of thousands of Americans. With a swift introduction to prescription opioids by Big Pharma in the early 2000’s to to … Read More
The world is constantly changing, however the changes we have seen within this past year have happened swiftly and unforgivably. The coronavirus pandemic has turned our lives upside down. We are no longer operating the way we used to, … Read More
As the Covid-19 pandemic drags on into a tenth month, many people already feel sick and tired of the day-to-day monotony, and some are also truly experiencing depression. In fact, the Journal of the American Medical Association reports that … Read More
Childhood trauma is something that most people in the United States can relate to, regardless of their age. That is because, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), an average of 60% of Americans have experienced … Read More
Relapse occurs when a person starts abusing drugs and alcohol again after having been sober for a period of time. While no one ever wants to go backwards by way of relapse, it is not uncommon among those in recovery. Approximately 40-60% of … Read More
Treatment centers across the United States offer several different services that are designed to help those struggling with substance use disorders put an end to their active addictions. If you are looking to obtain professional addiction t … 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.