Every Monday, Action Drug Rehab is live on KHTS. If you or your child are ready to make a move and get help, Action Drug Rehab in Santa Clarita is ready to help.
Santa Clarita native Cary Quashen has devoted his life to helping those battling a drug or alcohol addiction the ways to a promising and fulfilling life, sober.
Cary himself has reached continuous sobriety since December 25th, 1980.
Every patient’s story is unique, but Action Drug Rehab has helped so many realize their worth and help them achieve the life they’ve always wanted, free of substance use.
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During the Covid pandemic, the media shifted from discussing the dangers of overdosing and hospitalizations due to them and only shifted the focus to Covid.
This unfortunately led to an increase in drug and alcohol use, especially during the at-home order during the pandemic which led to all-time highs of anxiety and depression.
The epidemic of opioid abuse is still very prominent in our society, but Action Drug Rehab will hold the hands of those who need help and support patients every step of the way.
The support from patient to patient is also so important in the sobriety process. Making friends and bonding over similar pasts and working together to help keep each other sober and on the right track does not go unnoticed.
Cary Quashen and his team of medical experts at Action Drug Rehab are ready right now to help jumpstart your road to sobriety.
Action Drug Rehab can be contacted at their helpline at (800) 367-8336, or you can visit actiondrugrehab.com.
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