Dana Point, CA Rehab Campus
Luxurious, Upscale, Compassionate and Private Treatment For Addiction
The Dana Point, CA Campus offers a full Medical Detox and Residential Treatment Center (RTC) program. The average length of stay is 30-60 days. The home is a California hillside mansion with all the amenities of a luxurious home.
Addiction is a chronic, progressive, life-long disease requiring treatment and continual maintenance to keep it in remission.Our focus is on re-wiring the neural paths in the brain that keep addiction active.
State of the Art Program Includes:
Evidence-based tools and techniques for the treatment of addiction with PTSD, depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts and obsessive compulsive thoughts and behaviors:
- Medically assisted treatments for detox, to reduce cravings, reduce withdrawal symptoms, medication assisted maintenance.
- Specific opioid addiction program
- Psychotherapies, group and individual sessions.
- Education and learning
Integrative treatments such as:
- Energy balancing, Drumming and Rhythmic Therapies, Narrative Therapy, Movement & Activities Therapy
- Healthy & Gourmet Meals Prepared by a Chef
- Experiential and Recreational Therapies
- Heart-centered Meditation
- Meditation and Guided Visualization
- Bio-Psycho Social, Physical Exams
- Wellness Panels
- Nutrition, vitamin, enzyme therapy
- Beautiful, upscale and private mansion setting treatment home in the hills of majestical Dana Point, CA.
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