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Celebrating 2016 National Recovery Month

Kool Living Recovery is doing our part in raising awareness for 2016. National Recovery Month and understanding of metal and substance abuse.



2016 National Recovery Month

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Kool Living Recovery Center is fully licensed detox & residential rehab facility in Los Angeles, CA. We offer individualized alcohol and drug dependence rehab programs, designed with the highest standards and quality of care.


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Co-Founder Nicholas Russi discusses the importance of identifying and addressing the underlying issues that fuel the addiction problem.


“Our focus at Kool Living is to help people learn to be free from the grips of addiction. Without help, this disorder will kill.”


Nicholas Russi, LAADC, CADC-II, CCS




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Types of Addiction Treatment Programs

Medical Detox

Our licensed sub-acute detox facilities have been designed to help you safely and comfortably withdraw from a wide variety of addictions under the supervision of a trained medical staff.

Alcohol Abuse Detox

Recovery from alcohol addiction is likely to be one of the most challenging things you ever have to do. But with the right support, it’s possible…we see it happen daily.

Drug Addiction Detox

We provide the most intensive and comprehensive drug detox program with a specialized team that comprises of a nurse, psychiatrist, therapist and other important professionals.

Meth Addiction Detox

Our detox program helps you bring meth use to a halt and begin the journey to sobriety.

Residential Treatment (RT)

Our Californian based residential treatment program is designed to provide clients with a 24/7, safe and structured environment to recover and learn new coping skills to assist you in long term recovery.

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Tailored according to each individual client’s needs, our Intensive Outpatient program in California allows you to continue receiving therapy on an outpatient basis.

Day Treatment

Our Day Treatment is an outpatient program for those who need safety structure and support, but do not require the structure of the residential program. Day treatment is typically 6-8 hours per day, 5-7 days per week.


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