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Gay Drug Rehab Treatment with Monarch Shores

If you are a part of the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Trans-gendered (LGBTQ) community and suffering from drug addiction, you are not alone. Research has shown LGBTQ members suffer from significantly higher rates of substance abuse than heterosexuals. The reasons for this are generally related to the bullying that LGBTQ individuals receive, and the social stigma surrounding the LGBTQ community. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) says that LGBTQ youth is twice as likely to be bullied than heterosexuals. The results of bullying can be devastating and permanently affect someone’s life, and many LGBTQ youth are prone to this kind of negative experience.

If you are looking for an exclusively gay drug rehab in California you may be in for a longer search than you desired. However, by considering Monarch Shores you can receive the best inpatient drug addiction treatment while in an LGBTQ friendly environment. We understand that everyone is unique: for this reason, we tailor each treatment plan to meet patient need. We also understand the problems LGBTQ community members face, and how those issues can lead to drug addiction.

When you come to Monarch Shores you will not be judged, but accepted. We have counselors experienced in addiction counseling and the LGBTQ community. If you are ready to start the next chapter of your life, then call us today at 949-371-4198 and see how Monarch Shores can help.

What Does Drug Addiction Look Like in the LGBTQ Community?

Members of the LGBTQ community often resort to drugs to cope with problems. For this reason, there is usually a communication gap with loved ones.

According to recent research, here are some mental issues that are common in the LGBTQ community:

  • Major depression
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Abuse abuse disorder
  • Substance abuse
  • Suicidal thoughts

When you go to drug rehab in Southern California you will realize it was the best decision you have made for recovery. Many rehabs do not address the particular needs of the LGBTQ community and are not prepared to counsel them. For this reason, you should consider LGBTQ addiction treatment in California with Monarch Shores. Our experienced counselors will customize your treatment plan to address your unique issues, and help you to feel welcome and at home.

What to Consider When Choosing a Gay Drug Rehab Center

We understand that some people would prefer to attend an exclusive gay drug rehab center in California. If you cannot make it to Monarch Shores for your treatment, then consider these factors when choosing a gay drug rehab.

Does the rehab address all members of the LGBTQ community, or just specific parts?

Some rehabs only cater to specific segments, such as gay men rehab only or lesbian only, etc. You can decide if you’d like to be with all LGBTQ members, or smaller, more specific groups.

Which treatment options are available to you?

Some programs offer only certain treatments. When you call us at Monarch Shores, you will hear about the numerous drug treatment options we offer.

Does the rehab offer aftercare?

Most rehabs should offer some sort of aftercare program for their patients. Outpatient programs to serve as a transitional stage from rehab back into society are usually a popular aftercare choice. Some LGBTQ members may require specialized aftercare plans.

How to Attend Monarch Shores Today

If you are ready to receive the help you need, then we are here for you. We know the LGBTQ community faces challenges that many do not understand. We understand how stress can lead to drug addiction. Let us help you by discussing your underlying issues and tailoring a treatment plan that meets your needs. We know we can put you in the best position for long-term sobriety. Call us today and see how Monarch Shores can help you recover!

Call Us Today to Get Into Monarch Shores

 

949-371-4198

 

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Call Us Today to Get Into Monarch Shores

 

949-371-4198

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