Drug Treatment

Drug addiction changes every aspect of your life—your priorities, your relationships, your faith, and more. Our Christian drug rehab facilities are designed to help you recover from the harmful effects of substance abuse. Here, you can find spiritual healing and lasting sobriety.

What We Treat

Our Christian drug rehab facilities are equipped to handle withdrawal from stimulants, depressants, and hallucinogens. We most commonly deal with those addicted to:

Heroin, Prescription Opioids, and Fentanyl

Opioid use disorder has become an epidemic in the United States. Often, people begin by taking prescribed opioids like Vicodin (hydrocodone/acetaminophen) and Oxycontin (oxycodone), develop a tolerance, begin taking more and more of the drug, and then progress to using heroin. Fentanyl is an extremely potent semi-synthetic opioid that is used as a filler in many black-market drugs. Just two milligrams of fentanyl can be a lethal dose, meaning that those dependent on opioids and other substances are at high risk of accidental overdose.


While many people believe that this substance is not addictive, research published by the California Department of Public Health indicates that as many as 30 percent of adult cannabis users meet the criteria for cannabis use disorder. These people experience withdrawal symptoms like depression, anxiety, and insomnia when they try to quit smoking, which leads to a vicious cycle of life-altering use and abuse.

Stimulants: Methamphetamine and Cocaine

Illicit stimulants like cocaine and methamphetamine are also common throughout the state of California. This is partially due to our location, which makes the Golden State a preferred route for drug smugglers traveling between Mexico and Canada. Most people begin to use meth and cocaine for the characteristic euphoria, wakefulness, and loss of inhibition that come with these drugs. However, long-term use can lead to severe physical and mental problems, which is why professional treatment is always recommended.

Benzodiazepines and Barbiturates

Benzodiazepines and barbiturates are prescribed to those seeking relief from stress, insomnia, and anxiety. However, these drugs are extremely habit-forming, even when used according to a physician’s instructions. Because benzo and barbiturate withdrawal can cause seizures, cessation of sedative medications should always be overseen by a medical professional.

Other Drugs

We also provide Christian rehab services for those addicted to crack cocaine, club drugs like MDMA/ecstasy, and hallucinogens.

Why Attend a Christian Drug Rehab?

By attending a Christian addiction treatment program, you will gain a new understanding of your disorder. What drives you to use, and how can you create a life that inspires you to never touch drugs or alcohol again? By building your house upon the rock—a solid foundation of faith in Jesus Christ—you can find lasting freedom from drug addiction.

Coupling this truly held belief with proven, scientific addiction treatment methodologies is the reason why Celebrate Recovery is truly unique among rehab facilities nationwide. Our clients receive holistic substance abuse treatment rooted in the teachings of Christ. By striving to heal the whole person, we bring hope and healing to those struggling with drug addiction.

Our Treatment Methods and Program Advantages

As an extension of Hope by the Sea, Celebrate Hope offers evidence-based treatments rooted in industry best practices. We blend these modalities with Christ-centered interventions designed to restore one’s faith. Our treatment methods and program advantages include:

Learn More About Our Christian Drug Rehab Facilities

At Celebrate Hope, we believe that no one is beyond help—where there is hope, there can be healing. It’s not too late to break the cycle of addiction. Contact us today to learn more about our Christian drug rehab facilities, our faith-based approach, and our programming for those with co-occurring disorders.

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