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LOS ANGELES ADDICTION TREATMENT

Victory Bay LA

No two patients are the same at Victory Bay – patients define their treatment goals with our clinical team which leverages evidence-based treatment protocols in a highly individualized environment.

Certified by the State of CA, Victory Bay LA offers Inpatient, Outpatient, and Teletherapy options with most insurances accepted. Call (856) 485-6803 to speak with a specialist.

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The road to lifelong healing and recovery starts in a safe and secure environment with
trained professionals who will teach life skills and coping tools to begin a meaningful journey to recovery.

Our Services

Mental Health

Our mental health treatment programs can help identify what psychological issues you are dealing with and then find the right treatment based on your needs. Our licensed professionals do what it takes to help you heal and recover from your mental disorders.

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"Victory Bay saved my life. I know that sounds dramatic, but without the help of this fantastic facility, I would have succumbed to my depression. Every staff member, every clinician, and every group I’ve had the privilege of experiencing helped me blossom, piece by piece, into a new woman ready for the life ahead of me. I cannot stress enough - if you think you need help, just call the number."

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Eating Disorder

Our eating disorder approach to treatment is completely individualized and focuses on the whole person rather than just the condition and its symptoms. We work with clients to help them understand the truth behind their eating disorders. Our goal is to help develop the tools and resiliency to take their lives back through behavioral health treatment.

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"I can’t say enough good things about Victory Bay! They helped me tremendously with my eating disorder simply by providing a safe place for me to work through everything. I have learned so much about my disorder, my body and my mind from some of the kindest people. I can’t even put into words how grateful I am that I found somewhere that’s top concern was to help me."

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Substance Use

At Victory Bay, we implement several levels of substance use treatment and provide a customized program for each client. In addition, we offer a needs-based assessment that determines the best level of care for the individual. This also allows us to determine what care is appropriate on a case-by-case basis.

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"Victory Bay showed me a new way of living and gave me hope that I could lead a normal clean life. From detox all the way through treatment, Victory Bay guided and supported me every step of the way. Huge thanks to the clinical team and all the therapists!"

M. G.

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"Victory Bay saved my life. I know that sounds dramatic, but without the help of this fantastic facility, I would have succumbed to my depression. Every staff member, every clinician, and every group I’ve had the privilege of experiencing helped me blossom, piece by piece, into a new woman ready for the life ahead of me. I cannot stress enough - if you think you need help, just call the number."

M. S.

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"I can’t say enough good things about Victory Bay! They helped me tremendously with my eating disorder simply by providing a safe place for me to work through everything. I have learned so much about my disorder, my body and my mind from some of the kindest people. I can’t even put into words how grateful I am that I found somewhere that’s top concern was to help me."

B. S.

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"Victory Bay showed me a new way of living and gave me hope that I could lead a normal clean life. From detox all the way through treatment, Victory Bay guided and supported me every step of the way. Huge thanks to the clinical team and all the therapists!"

M. G.

What People Say About Us

Mallory Williams
Mallory Williams
August 30, 2023
I came here after a relapse in October. I spent 10 months not just in the IOP program, but also in their sober living homes. This place saved my life. The staff is pretty much all in recovery, so they understand what it’s really like to go through this. They will ALWAYS lend an ear and offer advice and support. I have recently discharged and I feel amazing. During my time here I learned how to manage my cravings, I discovered the value in an honest life (not only with myself, but others as well), I learned who I am while I’m sober!! I’m a whole new Mallory than I used to be… I’m excited to see what 10 more months and even longer than that will bring. I can’t speak higher of this program. Just try it out, stick it out… even on the hard days…. It’s worth it.
Katie Johnston
Katie Johnston
August 29, 2023
Victory Bay has been absolutely a life changing experience. The staff is patient, organized, and their passion is exceptional to clients and their loved ones. Amazing family program & family zoom meetings - that assists with so many different family dynamics that caters to client care. Beyond grateful to be apart of the VB family!
Lisa Schiraldi
Lisa Schiraldi
August 27, 2023
This place helps SO many people. The staff is amazing and the facility is beautiful. I highly recommend Victory Bay to anyone seeking help for addiction or mental healths struggles.
Justin Cate
Justin Cate
August 23, 2023
Victory Bay saved my life, plain and simple. I was on an out of control path before I was directed there. It was the most inspiring experiences of my life. I am so grateful for the help and support I received from everyone there. I will never forget any of the people I made connections with there. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.
Zacharia Dinnis
Zacharia Dinnis
August 22, 2023
Excellent facility, great staff, committed to the idea of helping the individual who still suffers!!!
Joe Owens
Joe Owens
August 15, 2023
A truly wonderful recovery facility with a staff that cares for each and every person that they have the opportunity to work with. Great leadership, clinical staff, recovery specialists, and supportive personnel. Top-to-bottom, a 5-star facility.
Seamus McDermott
Seamus McDermott
August 14, 2023
Most caring and client based treatment for SUD and mental Health you can find on the east cost. If you or a loved one need help I suggest you reach out. You will be glad you did
Kim Sherry
Kim Sherry
August 4, 2023
I can’t say enough good things but the most important is Victory Bay saved my life.. Everyone I interacted with was wonderful and made me feel at ease. The therapists and group session are wonderful and somehow the topics always seemed to be what I needed. This place feels like family and the true care and dedication Victory Bay shows it’s clients is nothing short of amazing.

Treatment Modalities

Group therapy is the process of meeting with a trained professional and at least two other clients in a safe and nurturing space. Group therapy can take place in a therapist’s office or in a group room and sessions can vary depending on the group material and topic.

 

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Additional Benefits

During substance abuse treatment programs at Victory Bay, our experienced clinical team aims to help clients process the various manifestations of trauma that could be causing depression, anxiety, as well as other emotional and behavioral difficulties that might lead to eventual relapse.

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Alcohol Addiction & Treatment

Alcohol is a depressant and refers to ethanol, the main compound present in alcoholic beverages. Alcohol can be found in the form of liquor, beer, as well as wine and is one of the most widely used recreational drugs in the world.

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Amphetamine Addiction & Treatment

Amphetamines are stimulants that increase neurotransmitter activity in the brain and also affect the central nervous system. While amphetamines are physically addictive, they can also be extremely psychologically addictive.

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Benzodiazepine Addiction & Treatment

Benzodiazepines, also commonly called "benzos," are a class of psychoactive drugs that affect the central nervous system by enhancing the brain's gamma-aminobutyric acid-A (GABA-A) receptors.

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Cocaine Addiction & Treatment

If you or a loved one suffers from cocaine addiction, our substance use treatment programs can help restore your health and get your life back on track.

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Marijuana Addiction & Treatment

Marijuana is one of the most popular recreational drugs and can be smoked, vaporized, eaten in food, or even used as an extract.

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Painkiller Addiction & Treatment

Painkillers are drugs that can come in the form of tablets, syrups, capsules, powders, or injectable solutions.

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Prescription Drug Addiction & Treatment

It’s hard to believe that the same drugs that improve the quality of life for some people hurt the quality of life for others. It’s the ultimate contradiction.

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Opiates(Opioids) Addiction & Treatment

Opiates are some of the oldest known drugs in the world and derive from the alkaloid compounds in the opium poppy plant.

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Adderall (Dextroamphetamine) Addiction & Treatment

Adderall is a pill that abuse can produce a euphoric high similar to cocaine or methamphetamine.

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Ecstasy Addiction & Treatment

Ecstasy is a drug that alters the levels of serotonin and dopamine in the body, which in turn produces a “high” sensation.

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MDMA (Molly) Addiction & Treatment

MDMA (or molly) most often comes in a pill form, but it can also be found in liquid form, and is known as a “party drug”.

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Ambien (Zolpidem) Addiction & Treatment

Ambien is the brand name for the drug Zolpidem and is used, for example, as a sedative for those who have trouble sleeping.

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Valium (Diazepam) Addiction & Treatment

Valium is a medication in the benzodiazepine family that is used to treat conditions like anxiety, seizures, alcohol withdrawal, insomnia, and more.

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Xanax (Alprazolam) Addiction & Treatment

Xanax is in a class of medications called benzodiazepines, which act on the brain and nerves.

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Crack Cocaine Addiction & Treatment

Crack cocaine (otherwise known as “crack”) is a free-base form of cocaine.

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Codeine Addiction & Treatment

Codeine plays a very important role in the treatment of moderate to severe pain issues. On the potency scale for prescription painkillers, doctors would consider codeine to have moderate potency.

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Dilaudid Addiction & Treatment

Dilaudid is a brand name for the drug hydromorphone, which is a synthetic opioid narcotic.

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Fentanyl Addiction & Treatment

Fentanyl is an opioid that is most often used as a pain medication.

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Methadone Addiction & Treatment

Methadone is an opioid that’s used to treat patients with moderate to severe pain.

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Percocet (Oxycodone) Addiction & Treatment

Percocet (Oxycodone) is a semi-synthetic opioid that is usually prescribed for moderate to severe pain.

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Suboxone Addiction & Treatment

Suboxone, also known as Subs, is the brand name of a drug that contains both buprenorphine and naloxone.

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Subutex Addiction & Treatment

Subutex is the brand name for the drug buprenorphine and is most commonly used for the treatment of opioid dependence.

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Ultram (Tramadol) Addiction & Treatment

Ultram is the brand name for the drug tramadol – a synthetic opioid used to treat moderate to severe pain.

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Vicodin (Hydrocodone) Addiction & Treatment

Vicodin is a combination of acetaminophen and hydrocodone that’s used as a medication for patients experiencing moderate to severe pain.

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