We are committed to providing quality health care to our clients, staff, and community and will be continuing services consisting of all levels such as Detox, Residential, and Outpatient services. These services include Counseling, Individual Therapy, Group Therapy, Admissions, Medication Management, and Discharge Planning.
At our facilities, We already hold ourselves to the highest standard of cleanliness. However, in these extraordinary times, we are proactively going above and beyond our existing standards to ensure the safety of all our staff and patients. Utilizing guidelines from the CDC and the LA County Department of Public health, we are implementing new procedures to help minimize the risk of exposure to patients and staff. We have also amended our pre-admission requirements to increase screening for at-risk individuals.
For our in-patient facilities, we have temporarily suspended outings, meetings, and family visits as we navigate this pandemic. Although this may not be convenient we feel that it is necessary that we take these steps to protect our patients, staff, and the community at large from COVID-19. At the outpatient level, we have leveraged technology to provide patients with a telehealth option to continue services from home if needed in order to avoid unnecessary travel.
Given the current unknowns of the situation, we will continually update this page as we change and adapt to various policies and procedures that impact our ability to provide quality care.
Thank you for your patience during this time as we continue to help those struggling.
At 310 Recovery, we understand the importance of treating the underlying causes of addiction in order to decrease the chances of relapse and increase the chance of long-term recovery. The term co-occurring disorder refers to the situation in which an individual is suffering from a co-existing mental illness and substance use disorder. When an addiction ... Read more
The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) regards Opioid Addiction as a "serious" public health concern. In 2016, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that 66% of drug overdose deaths were linked to opioids. Opioids, also called opiates or narcotics, are prescription drugs used to treat chronic pain experiences after an accident ... Read more
Updated content 1/17/2020 Misusing methadone for pleasure often leads to Methadone Addiction. Methadone is a long-acting, synthetic opioid that is medically prescribed to treat moderate to severe pain. It is classed by the federal government as a Schedule II drug, similar to other prescription opioids including morphine and hydrocodone. These and other opioids continue to ... Read more
Contrary to popular belief, marijuana does have addictive properties. Marijuana addiction is a habit of abusing the substance without regard for the negative consequences. The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) describes addiction as a substance use disorder that affects the brain, distorts thinking, and makes it difficult to quit drug abuse. Abuse of this ... Read more
Heroin is a "street drug" made from morphine a natural substance derived from the opium poppy plant. Legal prescription opioids are also made from this plant. The drug is a highly addictive opioid and is classified by the federal government as a Schedule I narcotic which has no legal use. The drug is responsible for ... Read more
Opioids, also called opiates, are narcotic drugs made from the opium poppy plant and are prescribed to treat moderate, severe, or chronic pain. But abuse of these drugs led to the opioid epidemic in the US. Fentanyl is one of several prescription opioids that are misused and abused by millions of American men and women. ... Read more
The opioid epidemic became a major health concern for the National Institutes of Health (NIH) as millions of American men and women, especially between the ages of 18-30, were abusing prescription drugs classed as opioids or opiates. Codeine is one of those drugs. It is a narcotic opioid made from the opium poppy plant and ... Read more
Cocaine addiction is a substance use disorder that is dangerous to health and life. The habit has caused addiction in millions of American men and women. Many of them are young and between the ages of 18-30. General overdose rates are high and overdose death rates are stunning! This drug is so dangerous and lethal ... Read more
Benzodiazepines, or benzos, are psychoactive drugs known as Central Nervous System (CNS) depressants. They have a tranquilizing or sedative effect on the brain and are prescribed for treating medical conditions including anxiety, seizures, and insomnia. Drugs such as clonazepam, alprazolam, and estazolam are some examples of this class of drugs. Benzodiazepines are also sold illegally ... Read more
Amphetamine is in a class of synthetic drugs known as central nervous system stimulants. Adderall (amphetamine and dextroamphetamine) and Dexedrine (dextroamphetamine sulfate) are stimulants commonly prescribed for treating attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and narcolepsy, a sleep disorder. However, millions of Americans men and women ages 18-30 suffer from amphetamine addiction. Amphetamines (AMPHs) are also ... Read more
Alcohol Addiction is regarded as persistent and long-term abuse of alcohol accompanied by certain symptoms. This type of addiction is a common problem in many households across America and is the source of public brawls, domestic arguments, and violence. It is linked to auto accidents and fatalities, suicides, and homicides, and is a common precursor ... Read more
Adderall (prescription Amphetamine) is a stimulant prescribed for treating Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and a sleep disorder known as narcolepsy. However, the misuse and abuse of the medication led to adderall addiction in more than 1 million young Americans between the ages of 18-25. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration ... Read more
We understand that each individual who enters our doors has a unique story. We'll create a personalized treatment plan that works best for you.
310 Recovery is a clinical team of recognized therapists, counselors, and addiction specialists devoted to helping those suffering from addictive and psychological disorders.
Our modern treatment facilities provide a comfortable, safe, and inviting environment for clients to detox and recover.
All of our treatment methods offered are evidence-based, proven treatment methods such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, 12- Step programs, and support groups.
Located in sunny Los Angeles, California, 310 Recovery encourages community engagement in order to thrive in long-term recovery.