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Cycles of Change Recovery Services Launches New Website
Date:5/6/2013

Lancaster, Calif. (PRWEB) May 06, 2013

Cycles of Change Recovery announces the launch of their new website. The California rehab facility treats men and women who are struggling with drug and alcohol addiction. The facility specializes in personalized treatment programs, giving patients a more effective plan for recovery.

Located in Los Angeles, California, Cycles of Change's mission is to "provide a safe, stable, and structured environment where men and women can embrace recovery and create new lifestyles for healthy living. Our goal is to help men and women realize the potential they have for newfound sense of self-respect and wellbeing".

The qualified staff of doctors, nurses, clinical staff and counselors at Cycles of Change understand that each person struggling with addiction has their own unique needs. By offering a variety of treatment lengths, methods, and philosophies, staff members are able to reach patients more effectively.

Cycles of Change offers both residential treatment programs and partial hospitalization programs, and has separate housing for men and women. The facility also offers an intensive outpatient therapy for those well enough to care for themselves during recovery. To begin the recovery process, Cycles of Change starts with a supervised detox program, and for those needing long term care after recovery, there is a Sober Living option.

Because families of addicts often need support as well, Cycles of Change California rehab offers family services. Their professionals work with family members to stage an intervention, if necessary, to get their loved one into treatment. Families can also get information before
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