If you’re looking for the top-rated rehab facilities and addiction treatment centers in 93033 (Oxnard, CA), you’ve come to the right place. Below is a list of rehab facilities nearest you:

What are the best rehab facilities in 93033 (Oxnard, CA)

Dennis M Giroux & Associates Inc
Dennis M Giroux & Associates Inc 314 W 4th St, Oxnard, CA 93030 (805) 822-5240
Pure Sports Recovery
Pure Sports Recovery 4310 Tradewinds Dr #300, Oxnard, CA 93035 (800) 714-0340
Surf Rider Sober Living
Surf Rider Sober Living 5345 Beachcomber St, Oxnard, CA 93035 (844) 883-3869
Prototypes Women's Center
Prototypes Women's Center 2150 N Victoria Ave, Oxnard, CA 93036 (805) 382-6296
Aegis Treatment Centers
Aegis Treatment Centers 2055 Saviers Rd Suite A, Oxnard, CA 93033 (805) 483-2253
Pure Recovery CA Treatment Center
Pure Recovery CA Treatment Center 4300 Tradewinds Dr, Oxnard, CA 93035 (800) 714-0340
Alano Club
Alano Club 4910 S C St, Oxnard, CA 93033 (805) 486-3356
Alternative Action Programs
Alternative Action Programs 314 W 4th St, Oxnard, CA 93030 (805) 988-1112
Genesis Sober Living, Inc.
Genesis Sober Living, Inc. 4627, 684 Deodar Ave, Oxnard, CA 93030 (805) 233-4510
Oficina Intergrupal Del
Oficina Intergrupal Del 1315 W Gonzales Rd, Oxnard, CA 93036 (805) 988-0329
Casa De Vida
Casa De Vida 531 W Bard Rd, Oxnard, CA 93033 (805) 486-8401

What types of rehab are available in Oxnard, CA?

Type of rehab Accepts Insurance? Details
Inpatient rehab facility Yes Inpatient rehab lasts one month and is in a private facility where you are removed from access to your current living situation. You will receive multiple daily counseling sessions with addiction specialists, as well as group sessions to help you end your addiction.
One-on-one therapy Yes One-on-one therapy is normally a 50 minute session on a weekly basis with an addiction counselor. You will work with them directly to specifically work toward an addiction-free lifestyle. You will still live in your current home
AA / NA Free Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous have meetings in most cities around the world. These are group sessions, and offer accountability to people hoping to stop abusing substances. Many people go through an inpatient rehab treatment program, then join a local AA/NA meeting near them.

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How do I choose a rehab center near Oxnard, CA?

It’s important to find the rehab treatment plan that matches your needs. There are plenty of options for starting addiction therapy, but how do you know if one program is the right fit for you?

We can connect you directly with a referral specialist, who can answer any questions you have about picking the right treatment program. They’ll be able to check to see if your insurance will help pay a portion of the cost for each program in your area. They can also answer any questions you have about each specific facility.

Here are the most important things to keep in mind:

  • Cost – it’s important to see if you can get your insurance to cover a portion of your treatment. It will greatly increase your ability to choose a facility in Oxnard, CA that matches your needs.
  • Type of addiction treatment – It’s likely that each treatment facility will have similar treatment plans available, but it’s definitely worth checking to make sure the type of treatment available matches your needs.
  • Location – For some people it’s best to be near family and friends for support. For others, it’s better to get away from your current living situation to increase your odds of success. Check to make sure the location options are right for you.

You can also check out our complete guide to choosing a rehab facility here.

Do I Need to Go to Rehab in Oxnard, CA?

If you’re asking if you need help, the answer is probably yes.

If you live in Oxnard, CA and believe being close to family and friends would benefit your rehabilitation, then it’s probably best to stay local in Oxnard, CA. However, for some, a change of scenery can help their odds of success by getting into a new and perhaps healthier environment. Don’t be afraid to take a look at other locations near your hometown if you think it could help you in finding an addiction-free life.