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If you’re looking for a drug rehab in California, then Indio, as their motto goes, is “the place to be.” Once a small farming town, Indio has transformed itself into a bustling city. New business development and cultural events like the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival have drawn new residents by the thousands in recent years.
About 25 miles east of Palm Springs, Indio is now known as the “City of Festivals.” It’s biggest celebration is the annual Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. The three-day music festival draws scores of celebrities and thousands of people from all over the world to the Sonoran Desert. Coachella features top acts from internationally known Electronic Dance Music (EDM) DJs to pop stars like Katy Perry. It frequently sets trends in both music and fashion.
The town also hosts monster truck rallies, rodeos and other annual events including the Arabian Nights-themed National Date Festival.
But as addiction proves, life isn’t a non-stop party. When the festivals pass, the desert town of about 75,000 residents is peaceful. Lake Cahuilla can be a serene spot to meditate and reflect. All of Indio is considered an official National Bird Sanctuary, so there’s also a chance you might see some unique birds in the midst of their migration toward the Salton Sea while you’re migrating yourself to a new life in recovery.
Drug rehabs in Indio offer many treatment options including:
Not sure which treatment option is right for you? Our Addictionary explains many of the treatment methods listed above. You can learn more with Drug Treatment Center Finder’s guide on how to finance alcohol and/or drug rehab treatment plans.
Drug rehabs in Indio can accommodate any client’s financial situation. When enrolling into a treatment program, ask about:
If you have questions about finding a drug rehab in Indio, call our 24-hour helpline at (855) 619-8070, and talk with one of our specialists. Call now.
Though addiction withdrawal symptoms vary by drug and by individual, some common withdrawal symptoms include:
For detailed descriptions on specific drug withdrawals, read our withdrawal pages and find a full list of withdrawal symptoms, an expected timeline, and answers to frequently asked questions.
Note: If you or a loved one begin to experience severe withdrawal symptoms, seek help immediately at a local emergency room or call 911. Medical professionals recommend attending drug treatment after receiving urgent care.
If you have more questions about addiction or withdrawal, call our a 24-hour helpline at (855) 619-8070 and one of our call agents will assist you. Call now.