We provide trauma-focused addiction and mental health treatment solutions in Long Beach for people to reclaim their lives and create their own path of recovery.
WELCOME TO ROOTS THROUGH RECOVERY
Getting the right treatment for people at any stage of their journey is critical. That’s why we provide people with the resources they need, based on where they are in their addiction and mental health recovery process. If we are not the right place for you, we will help you find a place that meets your specific needs. We want to help!
What We Treat
We take a trauma-focused approach to addressing lifelong recovery.
Our experienced and compassionate team provides personalized programs to resolve trauma and help set you on a path of recovery from addiction and mental health.
- Prescription Drug Addiction
- Trauma and PTSD
- Bipolar Disorder
- Attachment Disorder
- Schizoaffective Disorder
- Mood disorders
Roots Through Recovery
Roots Through Recovery offers trauma-focused treatment services in Long Beach for addiction and mental health. We offer PHP, IOP and Outpatient. Programming is offered in the morning, afternoon and evening.
The Arbors Sober Living Community in Long Beach provides the structure, support and accountability that is needed in early recovery. Their emphasis is on building a sense of community among peers.
How We Can Help You
- Create your own personal journey of recovery
- Safely address your trauma
- Develop the strength and courage you need to create the life you were meant to lead!
Whether you are dealing with family or work issues, or your own internal struggles from the past, our compassionate staff will guide you to find resolutions. You will gain a new sense of empowerment that will enable you to create new possibilities. With a new outlook on life, you will develop new friendships and a sense of community, helping to prevent you from falling back into an old way of living.
The Roots Advantage
Your Insurance May Help cover The Cost of Treatment
YOUR JOURNEY IS UNIQUE
Your treatment program should be, too.
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