2101 Ross Ave, Dallas, TX 75201

Quest 2 Recovery

Drug Treatment Lancaster

Quest 2 Recovery

3239 W Ave K1
Lancaster California 93536
United States

(855) 234-7621

Business Description

Quest 2 recovery is a reliable and experienced company that deals with alcohol and drug addiction. Their
main aim is to ensure that clients don't indulge in alcohol and drugs by giving them the necessary support
and care during the process of drug withdrawal. Due to their knowledge about the causes of drug
They offer a variety of programs for drug detoxification to treat the client. They can
look beyond the unique challenges the client is facing and not just the visible symptoms. Through their
With their many years of experience, they can design effective drug rehab and detoxification programs.
Are helpful to the client on a private basis.

Business Hours

MondayOpen 24 Hours
TuesdayOpen 24 Hours
WednesdayOpen 24 Hours
ThursdayOpen 24 Hours
FridayOpen 24 Hours
SaturdayOpen 24 Hours
SundayOpen 24 Hours

Social Profiles

People Love

0 reviews

About Lancaster

Lancaster is a charter city in northern Los Angeles County, in the Antelope Valley of the western Mojave Desert in Southern California. As of the 2020 census, the population was 173,516, making Lancaster the 153rd largest city in the United States and the 30th largest in California. Lancaster is a twin city with its southern neighbor Palmdale; together, they are the principal cities within the Antelope Valley region.Lancaster is located approximately 70 miles (110 km) north (via I-5 and SR 14) of downtown Los Angeles and is near the Kern County line. It is separated from the Los Angeles Basin by the San Gabriel Mountains to the south and from Bakersfield and the San Joaquin Valley by the Tehachapi Mountains to the north. The population of Lancaster has grown from 37,000 at the time of its incorporation in 1977 to over 157,000 as of 2019. == History == Antelope Valley, the area where Lancaster is now located, was home to the Paiute tribe at the time of first contact with Europeans. The Antelope Valley's central geography then served as the hub of a trade route for tribes trading between the California coast, the Central Valley, the Great Basin, and the pueblos of Arizona.After statehood, the Antelope Valley again served as a geographic shortcut but for the Stockton-Los Angeles Road and the Butterfield Overland Mail, which had two nearby stops in Mud Spring and Neenach in the 1850s. However, Lancaster's origins as a settlement start with the Southern Pacific Railroad, which replaced the stage coach routes. The railroad built a station house, locomotive watering facility, section gang housing, and railroad track in the location of the town's current center. In 1876 the Southern Pacific completed the line through the Antelope Valley, linking San Francisco and Los Angeles.

Neighborhoods in Lancaster, California

Things to do in Lancaster, California