Marijuana Addiction

Treating Marijuana Addiction

Marijuana is a well-known psychoactive chemical that has only grown stronger throughout the years. More recently, it has developed a reputation as a “softer” drug than opiates or alcohol. Those suffering from marijuana addiction know that nothing could be further from the truth—long-term effects can cause bronchial issues, anxiety, psychotic episodes and alienation from friends and family. Though marijuana addiction can cause real psychological dependence, the West Coast Rehab (West Coast Rehab) offers a complete, evidence-based treatment program to deliver real results.

Saying Goodbye to Marijuana Addiction

The first step in fighting marijuana addiction is getting off the drug and resetting, which is accomplished through our medically monitored detox program. Afterwards, all of our clients stay in private rooms, and are assigned counselors who they see every day for individual therapy. Our programs are based in neuroscience and evidence-based practices, with methodologies including CBT, Motivational Interviewing, mindfulness, relapse prevention, family therapy, and 12-step support. First and foremost, West Coast Rehab keeps more clinicians than clients on-site at all times, to ensure everyone gets the attention they need.

A Life Without Marijuana Addiction

Though marijuana addiction does have harmful effects on the brain, which take some time to reset, our staff at West Coast Rehab has helped many others through the same process. There is hope for recovery, and our professional staff can help light the way for all the positive changes you deserve. Our mission is to give clients their lives back, and heal the broken bonds with family and friends through additional therapies. Although it can be difficult to ask for help, doing so is the first step to defeating marijuana addiction for good. It is always difficult to make a major change, but West Coast Rehab’s counselors are here to help along every step of the journey. Call us today, and see if our proven treatment programs can help you end your marijuana addiction once and for all.