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Looking for quality alcohol or drug rehab in San Francisco? No matter how someone finds us, Elevate Addiction Services takes every patient seriously. Elevate’s drug and alcohol team understands that perhaps the most crucial decision any person can make is the one to take the first step toward sobriety at a center that has the curriculum and caring, professional staff to assist them to get sober and stay sober.

While every patient has individualized programs, our inpatient drug treatment center protocol, detoxification treatment and outpatient alcohol addiction treatment are all held to the same standards of conduct and quality service that allow us to be Joint Commission-certified in the San Francisco area.

Drug and alcohol detox services in the San Francisco area and drug treatment solutions for opioids, stimulants, and other addictive drugs are clearly more needed than ever. Elevate’s holistic drug recovery programs provide personalized residential treatment and outpatient programs designed to help people achieve sobriety and a path to a happier life in recovery.

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Very often, individuals who need holistic treatment for drug addiction also need dual diagnosis treatment. This means substance abuse treatment both for an addiction and for a co-occurring mental health disorder such as PTSD or a medical complication like diabetes.

Elevate’s admissions staff works closely with every patient during the initial program planning to ensure all medical and mental health conditions receive appropriate evaluation and substance abuse treatment.

Experience has taught us that holistic drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers that focus on the whole person, not just the drug or alcohol addiction element, allow our patients to do more than become sober. They can grow as people, improving the way they see themselves and helping them to live in the moment.