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Did you know...?

According to the CDC,
over-use of alcohol is associated with approximately 75,000 deaths per year.

Alcohol is a factor in over 40% of all deaths in car accidents.

Getting free is not easy, but highly rewarding and it's being done everyday with the help of caring people trained to help you or the someone you love.



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About Rehab Treatment Info

Rhonda David, MS, LMFT
1000 Paseo Camarillo, Suite 223
Camarillo, CA 93010

Clinical Director
A Light of Hope
23780 Newhall Ave, Suite 201
Newhall, CA 91321
Santa Clartia Therapists

RehabTreament.Info is a family run drug and alcohol addiction treatment portal for those suffering
with a chemical addiction and their families.


We also provide a host of marketing services to facilities, providers and counselors who treat
those who are suffering so you can concentrate on your practice.

Parent Partnering and Sober Coaching Offered by Rhonda David, MS, LMFT
California Marriage and Family Therapist - This service helps guide and comfort struggling parents with treatment options behavioral strategies and interventions.


Treatment Styles

Rehab Treatment Centers offer sufferers a clean break from the downward spiral of addiction providing a fully structured environment, where they can join other honest strugglers in breaking the hold that these substances have on their lives by reinforcing new habits and behaviors and bringing healing to the inner pains that clamor for medication.

Rehab can offer a variety of treatments including detox and medical stabilization, intensive therapy, bio-feedback, special treatment for dual-diagnosis, tight structure, and tiered milestone achievements.

Some Rehabs also promote 12-Step sponsorship and transportation to AA groups.  These rehabs have the advantage of setting up the patient for success after discharge through continued attendance in a local sober community or possibly entrance into a lower cost sober living home. 

Ask your rehab treatment facility if they offer 12-Step support and/or what services are available after the patient leaves the facility returns to their normal life.

Rhonda David was interviewed in Family Circle:  July 2013 Issue.

How to Be a Supportive Friend in Time of Need

By the time her daughter landed in drug rehab at age 16, Leslie Cheney had grown used to all kinds of reactions to her wild child from family and friends, teachers and neighbors. But she wasn't ready for how differently people treated her. Suddenly she was confronted with unwanted counsel ("She needs more discipline") and Pollyanna predictions ("It's just a phase -- it'll pass before you know it"). On one level, Leslie, a mother of four in Fairfield, Connecticut, understood.

"It was pretty clear that people didn't really know what to say or do," she says. "And instead of asking me how they could help, they offered advice that didn't help at all." But Leslie found little comfort giving others the benefit of the doubt. In addition to being terrified for her daughter, she also felt cut off and alone at a time when she most needed support.

It's no surprise that adolescence can be a very rough passage -- for kids as well as their parents. Whether they're struggling with school, relationships, psychological disorders or substance abuse, "the problems today's tweens and teens face are enormous," says Rhonda David, clinical director of A Light of Hope, an outpatient treatment center in Santa Clarita, California. "And there are so many parents out there feeling like it's somehow their fault. They need support like never before." If you know someone in need, of course you'll want to lend a hand -- and be there in all the ways that matter. (Read More)



























































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