United American Indian Involvement

Rating: 3.3   (5)

Specialties

  • Addiction
  • Alcohol Abuse
  • Drug Abuse
  • Drug Addiction
  • Intervention center
  • Medical Detox
  • Substance Abuse

Payment Options

  • American Express
  • Cash or self-payment
  • Check
  • Mastercard
  • Visa

Accepted Insurances

  • Most Insurances

About

United American Indian Involvement, a drug and alcohol addiction rehab facility that is situated at 1125 West 6th Street in Los Angeles, California, is committed to helping those who are addicted, get the addiction treatment they need. Getting quality care through a professional treatment center can give the patient the confidence that is needed to successfully overcome drug and alcohol addiction. Even if one is experiencing addictive tendencies, it is important that they seek help in order to mitigate the chances of addiction down the road.

Effective treatment for addiction is designed to help the addict overcome their reliance on drugs and alcohol through various multi-step programs. At United American Indian Involvement, staff members and counselors are there to support the patient every step of the way. By providing a solid treatment foundation and framework, patients will have the best possible chance of overcoming their addiction.

The right addiction treatment is intended to relieve the addict of their addiction. Locating the main origin of the addict's desire to continually use and abuse substances of abuse is the key to beating addiction. At United American Indian Involvement, proven treatment programs will allow patients to get an idea of what life is like after overcoming drug abuse. Once treatment is complete, patients are urged to attend relapse prevention programs in order to lessen the likelihood of relapse in the future.

There are many types of different treatment programs for those aged 18+ that aim to help patients overcome addiction. Group counseling, 12-step programs, medically assisted detox, and individual counseling are just some of the many styles of treatment that patients may go through while at United American Indian Involvement. The treatment program that is best suited for the patient will be determined after a thorough initial patient evaluation and assessment. The staff members at United American Indian Involvement will also work with the patient's insurance company in order to determine what is covered under their medical plan.

With a personalized treatment program that is designed uniquely for the patient, recovery is attainable. Connect with United American Indian Involvement by visiting them online at uaii.org and understand how addiction treatment can enhance the quality of life. Attending a treatment program will allow for a new beginning in life, one that is more fulfilled and content.

Contact Details

+1(213) 202-3970
http://uaii.org/
1125 West 6th Street Los AngelesCalifornia  90017

Google Reviews


  5.0   1 month ago

Because I can get help



  5.0   1 year ago

We are still here! The Los Angeles Native American community.



  4.0   1 year ago

Great service an Roger Poyer is the Best



  5.0   2 years ago

Being part of a Native community brings many resources, such as traditions, health-care, out-patient services, etc. I was blessed to be Native American Indian.



  3.0   4 years ago

I went here for substance abuse services. They have a nice program and community room downstairs but I think as far as helping me, I don't feel very good about the place or some of the particular people I ran into in general. I had this substance abuse counselor, Antonia who insisted I call her Tony? who talked about herself way too much and expected me to identify with her and when I couldn't for obvious reasons, had to make herself feel important by lying to her supervisors about things she wanted to imagine were going on...(I actually think she was trying to bond with her supervisor and get some attention this way) so in the end, everything had to do with her and not me, the client needing help. Such a shame. I saw a lot of indians from other programs come here and that was probably the nicest thing about being there. Sharon Yazzie was a good counselor and tried very hard but like every other program except one I know of, they stand behind themselves as a group and no one goes out on a limb for the client. I didn't see any real effort put into helping me personally and after the Antonio problem, it was obvious they didn't find me worth helping out. That I think is a darn shame. I thought the receptionist downstairs (the younger one) was rude at times and I liked seeing Helen much better. I also couldn't figure out who or where to call in the same building for different types of health (mental health, family services help, physical health) and had to wait sometimes weeks to get a referral to someone inside the same building. For example, I inquired about family therapy for my children and what kind of services they could possibly offer, they took about an hour trying to find out who first of all was my overall casemanager? and then when she came downstairs, she couldn't tell me anything about any services that may be for my family situation and treated me like I was meddlesome reporter. I did complete their parenting class there and can't say enough good stuff about Dr. Cyndi Jong and her program and how they assisted me on that. They went way out there for me on that one. I think they need to stop letting people with certificates diagnose and decide what is going on with clients... I also did see a psychiatrist there, Dr. Dickerson and he was a nice guy but because of a conflict of interest on many levels, I chose not to see someone that is contracted with the DCFS of la county. This doctor routinely drugs all children in his care and he's a paid shill of DCFS. Overall, didn't see the place having great "case-management", but a place that had a lot of "program contracts" going on that could change from time to time. I really needed a lot of help and was counting on them helping one of their own and am disappointed. I was promised twice to meet with counselors supervisor to try and discuss things but that never happened. I get the feeling that it is easy to assist the reservation indian with a specific problem who is in town for 3 or 6 months but helping anybody else that is not in that category or that they don't have a contract for or that has more than one or two issues is a stretch.


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