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If you're looking for a place where you can get into a good facility for substance abuse treatment, you should consider coming to Bishop, California.

The Airport


The Bishop Airport is just two miles east of Bishop, California. It's a very small airport, that can provide you with easy access to the treatment center you're interested in. You'll also be close to lodging, shopping, and other amenities. The best way to get there is to fly into a much larger airport, and then take a smaller plane to Bishop. You can also travel to Bishop by taxi from a larger airport, but either way will get you there so you can start on your treatment.

Average Weather


The weather in Bishop is important to be aware of. If you're going to be in the area in the wintertime, you'll generally enjoy a mild climate. There are very few times that you'll find snow or ice, and you should be able to be outdoors most days. Summertime is often hot and dry, but there can be monsoon rains in July and August that can cause serious flash flooding. Drought conditions also take place, so it's important to check the weather before you travel to Bishop, so you can pack accordingly.

Getting Into The Right Treatment Center


Alpine Center Counseling and Recovery is one of the treatment facilities located in Bishop. You can also find Inyo County Health and Human Services there, along with Toiyabe Indian Health Project. Both inpatient and outpatient services are available at these facilities, giving you the opportunity to get the kind of treatment that works for you and that will help you move forward into a successful future. You'll also find a number of payment plans, and most insurance is accepted.

Lodging And Visiting


There's a Motel 6 in Bishop, and you can also find Trees Motel LLC, Mountain View Motel, Super 8, and Elms Motel, among others. If you're looking for a place to stay when you're in outpatient treatment, or you need lodging after you're done with an inpatient stay, you'll be able to find an excellent choice. Some of them may also offer you a lower price for an extended stay. It's worth asking about, especially if you plan to be there for a while, or if you have friends and family members who have come along to support you and need a place to stay.

Finding A Job


Another thing you'll want to consider in the Bishop area is finding a job. That's something you can consider when your inpatient treatment is done, or during your outpatient care. Both are excellent choices, and there are a lot of ways to find employment in the community. Trying to find employers on job boards like Monster and Indeed can work very well, but you may also want to get out into the community and talk to people. By getting to know them, you'll have more of an opportunity to be considered when you're looking for employment.

  • Alpine Center Counseling and Recovery
    • Addiction treatment for women
    • Addiction treatment for men
    • Court ordered addiction treatment
    • Outpatient counseling treatment
    • Inpatient partial hospitalization/day treatment/work programs
  • Inyo Cnty Health and Human Services Substance Abuse
    • Adolescents (teen) addiction treatment
    • Dual diagnosis treatment (Persons with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders)
    • Addiction treatment for pregnant/postpartum women
    • Addiction treatment for men
    • Court ordered alcohol treatment for DUI/DWI offenders
    • Court ordered addiction treatment
    • Outpatient counseling treatment
  • Toiyabe Indian Health Project Family Service Department
    • Adolescents (teen) addiction treatment
    • Addiction treatment for pregnant/postpartum women
    • Addiction treatment for women
    • Addiction treatment for men
    • Court ordered addiction treatment
    • Outpatient counseling treatment
    • Holistic rehabilitation treatment, alternative treatment

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