Did you recently get arrested for a crime involving drugs and aren’t sure what to do next? Have you been charged with a drug-related crime and are looking to improve your life while avoiding incarceration? Here at the Glendora Recovery Center, we’ve helped so many people who have been exactly where you are right now. In the wake of being charged with a drug-related crime, it’s natural to feel scared and be unsure of what to do. With our court-approved programs, our experienced professionals can help in multiple ways. 

 

How Criminal Defense Alternative Sentencing Works 

If you’ve been charged with a drug-related crime, you may not have to be incarcerated. Instead, it may be possible for you to come to our rehab and get the treatment that you need. That’s what our “Criminal Defense Alternative Sentencing” program does. With this, you’ll be in a safe, supportive, comfortable environment that can help you to get clean, sober, and stay that way. Every patient’s situation is different. That said, we have many alternative sentencing options available. Potentially, you may be able to stay at our residential treatment for one month, two, three, six, or even a year. This could include our sober living program, intensive outpatient program, and aftercare as well. 

 

Court-Approved Programs to Keep you On Top of Everything 

Dealing with court-related matters when you’re struggling with addiction can be incredibly difficult. There are so many things that you have to keep straight while you’re dealing with challenges you may have never faced before. That’s where our “Court Liaison and Intervention” program comes in. We have experienced court advocates. They can help you in so many ways. They can provide real, genuine support – up to and including helping you to find the most beneficial resources. They can even accompany you to the hearings while giving you all of the information you need about the “ins and outs” of the process. That way, you’ll be in a better position for the most positive outcome. 

 

Giving You (and the Courts) What’s Necessary 

court approved programsMany of our patients are required to go to court. When that occurs, we can help them to have everything that they may need (which the court may want). For example, where applicable, we’ll be more than glad to provide Proof of Enrollment in our programs, Progress Reports as to how our patients are doing, and even Certificates of Completion for when they’ve gone through. It’s one more way that we can help our clients to navigate this process. 

 

Treatment, Care, and More 

Programs that are court-approved are just one of the ways that we can help folks struggling with addiction at the Glendora Recovery Center. Between our residential program, intensive outpatient, sober living, aftercare, and others, we’ve helped so many to overcome their addiction (as well as its underlying causes) so that they can lead the lives that they want. If you’re in need, we’re here to help. You can reach us at (626) 594-0881. 

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