What Is Stabilization?

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What is Stabilization?

Stabilization is an important part of the recovery process, but what is stabilization? In this blog, we’re going to answer that question and provide you with some more information about the recovery and sobriety process. As always, don’t hesitate to reach out to us if you have any questions or would like to learn more about the treatment options we provide here at Avalon Malibu.

What Is Stabilization?

Stabilization is typically the first bit of someone’s sobriety. This is the period when they’re detoxing from substances. They’re also spending their first couple of moments as a newly sober person.

Stabilization is an incredibly important part of the recovery process. Because of this, it’s typically recommended that individuals have the support of professionals during this time. Attempting to detox on your own in your own home can be dangerous, so consider enlisting the help of a facility like Avalon Malibu.


Detoxing is part of stabilization. During this phase, individuals will stop using substances and detox them from their systems. As we just mentioned, detoxing can be dangerous when done without support. Asking for help can be challenging at first. However, it’s an important part of making sure that you’re staying safe and making decisions that make sense for your situation.

Embracing Sobriety

Choosing to be sober can be challenging, but it’s something that’s worth it. If you’re considering becoming sober, we’d love to speak with you about your options and discuss if our treatment facility could be the right choice for you. 

Don’t hesitate to reach out and get the support of a professional. It can often be difficult to take the first step towards getting help, but you won’t regret it. It’s never too late to choose sobriety and get on a path that’s better than the one you may currently be on. Reach out to us today if you’d like to learn more about what stabilization is.

Learning about the recovery process is important, especially if you’re considering treatment options yourself. Our staff would love to provide you with more information about the services we offer and help you decide if they could be the right choice for your situation. You can give us a call today at (844) 857-5992 and we’ll connect you with a member of our staff who can provide you with more information about what exactly stabilization is and why it’s so important during the recovery process.

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