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Aegis Medical Systems Inc
1343 West Main Street, Merced, CA 95340
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Central Valley Addiction Center
17 East Main Street, Merced, CA 95340
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Merced County Alcohol and Drug Servs
480 W 13th Street, Merced, CA 95341
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Merced County SACPA Drug Trt Program
2130 Cooper Avenue, Merced, CA 95340
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Sliding fee scale (fee is based on income and other factors)
Aegis Treatment Centers LLC
1343 West Main Street, Merced, CA 95340
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Methadone maintenance
Merced County Mental Health Department
3090 M Street, Merced, CA 95340
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Persons with co-occurring mental and substance use disorders
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Sliding fee scale (fee is based on income and other factors)
Merced County Dept of Mental Health
3305 G Street, Merced, CA 95340
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Persons with co-occurring mental and substance use disorders
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Outpatient
Merced Mental Health
3313 North G Street, Merced, CA 95340
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Merced County Mental Health
300 East 15th Street, Merced, CA 95341
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Merced Behavioral Center
1255 B Street, Merced, CA 95341
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Private health insurance
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Mental health treatment

Finding Help Against Alcohol in Merced, CA

The Town of Merced is renowned for its generally affable nature, its welcoming communities as well as its gateways to beautiful views of nature. Merced is revered as a town that directly neighbors the great Yosemite National Park. Even though it is next to a great wildlife preserve, it does not mean that the town itself is to be looked over. Merced has numerous aspects about itself that makes a pleasant place. However, even in a place as tranquil as Merced, there are still issues of alcohol and illegal drug use.

With a population right around 79,000 people, this descent sized city has its fair share of citizens who suffer from drug addiction and alcoholism. Most of the people who do have these substance abuse problems usually do not come forward to ask for help because they are embarrassed and feel weak for getting into the situation that they are in. These people need to know that addiction is a disease and it takes professional help to learn how to deal with it. While there is no cure for addiction, there are ways to learn how to control it and not let it control your life. In order to learn these skills, you will have to complete a rehab program.

What Happens in Rehab?

In rehab, you will attend therapy sessions to get to the bottom of your drug use. Knowing why you took to drugs in the first place can give you an advantage in avoiding those situations after your rehab is complete. Speaking with a therapist one-on-one will also allow you to dissect your actions while you were using drugs or alcohol. Many times, addicts and alcoholics ruin their career and relationships because of lying, cheating and stealing to feed their addiction.

Group therapy is also offered in most rehab facilities. Working with others in group therapy can help because you will be sharing stories with others who have been in similar situations as you. It is hard for addicts to come forward because many times their friends and family members have never had a drug problem so they do not understand. Their response might be, "œjust stop using drugs." Other recovering addicts understand that you cannot just stop so it will be easy for them to relate to you.

Most rehab facilities offer other kinds of therapy as well. Such as: family therapy, yoga therapy, music therapy and many others depending on the facility. Addiction is just as much mental as it is physical which is why it is key to get to the bottom of what drove you to drink or use drugs in the first place. Give your mind some peace and give us a call. We will help you find a rehab center that can help you.

After your rehab is complete it is highly recommended that you get involved in the 12-Step Community. There are many ways to go about doing this. The most common is to attend AA and NA meetings. Here, you will work with your sponsor on completing the 12 Steps. Working through the Steps will keep you on track to remain sober. You can also serve as a sponsor for someone who is new to recovery. Rehab does not magically make your addiction disappear. It will be on you to use your skills learned in rehab.

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Edward Jamison, MS, CAP, ICADC, LADC
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Mark Frey, LPCC, LICDC, NCC
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(12 results)
Treatment Model
12 Step
SMART Recovery
Faith based
Holistic
Dual Diagnosis
Type of Care
Mental Health and Substance Abuse
Substance Abuse treatment
Detoxification
Transitional Housing
Halfway House
Sober Home
Mental health treatment
Payment Methods
Cash
Check
Card
Scholarship
State Funded
State Insurance
Private Insurance
Payment plans
Out of network insurance
Facility Type
Detox Facility
Inpatient Rehab Facility
Methadone Clinic
Outpatient Facility
Therapist
Inpatient Facility
Counselor
Psychologist
Psychiatrist
Intervention
Sober Living
Methadone Maintenance Clinic
Pain Management Clinic
Partial Hospitalization / Day Treatment
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Drug / Alcohol Counselor
Therapist
Psychologist
Psychiatrist
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