Medication-Assisted Treatment


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What is Medication-Assisted Treatment?

Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is an evidence-based model for treating drug addiction, particularly addiction to opioids such as Fentanyl, Vicodin, Percocet, or OxyContin. MAT merges the use of medications and behavioral therapies to address the complex issues of drug abuse and addiction. For example, medications like buprenorphine, and naltrexone are commonly used to help treat opioid addictions. 



Who Should Receive Medication-Assisted Treatment?

Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is suitable for individuals who meet certain criteria and who will benefit from the combination of medications with behavioral therapies. At SoCal Detox, we make the decision to use MAT on an individual basis. However, individuals who may be good candidates for MAT include those suffering from opioid drug addiction, individuals who are at high risk of overdose, and those who have had repeated relapses or great difficulty maintaining abstinence. Also, when treating pregnant women suffering from opioid addiction, MAT may be the best treatment option.



Benefits of Medication-Assisted Treatment

Specializing in detox and residential stabilization through integrated medical and psychiatric care to support the aftercare process and continuity of care.
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Medication-Assisted Treatment in Orange County, CA

Medication-assisted treatment is carefully monitored by medical professionals to ensure a safe detox process.

Medication Assisted Treatment

Safely manage withdrawal symptoms with MAT at SoCal Detox.

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Medical, Clinical, & Psychiatric Care

Receive holistic care for the whole individual during substance detox at SoCal Detox.

24/7 Residential Care & Medical Supervision

Receive consistent monitoring 24/7 at SoCal Detox to ensure your medical needs are met throughout the detox process.a

High Dose Uncapped Methadone Detox

Find specialized high-dose uncapped methadone detox to address opioid withdrawal symptoms at SoCal Detox.

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Merging the Best of the Medical, Clinical, and Social Models

At SoCal Detox, our goal is to enhance the overall well-being of each client while addressing their drug and alcohol treatment needs. We combine the best aspects of medical, clinical, and social addiction treatment models to create tailored programs that target the unique needs of every client.


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Your Questions. Answered.

SoCal Detox offers a state-of-the-art drug detoxification program in Orange County, that assists clients during the initial phase of treatment. Our facilities are located in beautiful Laguna Beach, CA, and our detox residences offer a comfortable, luxurious environment for you to detox.

Yes – SoCal Detox is licensed by the State Department of Health Care Services.

Accredited by the Joint Commission, licensed DHCS residential facility for detox, and certified by LegitScript.

License: #300290BP EXP: 6/30/2025

To get started, call our 24/7 helpline (888) 590-0777 to speak with a member of our admission team or fill out the contact form. We are here 24 hours a day. You can reach us any time, confidentially.

No – Currently, SoCal Detox does not accept Medicare or Medi-Cal insurances.

Our priority is to get you the lowest possible cost while delivering the highest quality of care. Everyone’s situation is different and the amount of time a client can expect to spend in our programs vary from case to case. To learn more about our payment options or financing, please contact us.

The amount of time a client can expect to spend in our programs vary from person to person. We want to ensure that each of our clients gets the time they need to develop the coping strategies and tools needed to achieve and maintain long-term sobriety.

Expected Timeline for Treatment at SoCal Detox:

Medical Detox: 7 days (contingent on substances the person is detoxing from)

Residential Treatment (RTC): 30 days (contingent on insurance company and authorization policy)