Inpatient Rehab for Drug and Alcohol Addiction
TPT Center Executive Drug & Alcohol Treatment of Orange County, California is committed not only to our client’s success at long-term recovery, but also in terms of providing Southern California’s most effective array of inpatient substance abuse treatment services at surprisingly affordable rates!
Our customized rehabilitation format immerses clients in a beautiful, quiet, healthy, recovery-oriented environment. We individually tailor the inpatient substance abuse treatment to meet the client’s specific clinical needs. TPT Center Executive Drug & Alcohol Treatment breaks down the primary residential treatment program as follows:
- 30-Day Full Intensive
- 60-Day Mid Level
- 90-Day Re-entry
Since we focus on creating long-term quality sobriety as much as we do on immediate recovery needs, a vast array of clinical and non-clinical components are strategically intertwined.
As the client progresses from one stage to the next there are key changes so that each new element is built on the previous, thereby creating a sturdy foundation able to withstand all that life’s hurdles may present today, tomorrow and many years from now…
JUST A FEW PROGRAM ELEMENTS:
- Private Therapy & Counseling
- Group Therapy & Counseling
- Situational Processing Techniques
- Tools for Grief, Trauma, Stress, etc
- Psychiatric & Medication Management
- Relapse Prevention
- Daily Life Management and Goal Setting & Achievement
- Fun in Recovery (re-learning to enjoy life without the use of drugs and alcohol)
- Family or Couples Therapy Options
- Equine Assisted Therapy
- and more…
The rehabilitation process for drug addicts and alcoholics must utilize a broad & fluid approach that operates under the premise that “No Two Addicts or Alcoholics are Alike!” This is anything BUT a one-size-fits-all disease, and likewise, the same applies to the treatment process. Whether you’re seeking rehab in Southern California, Orange County or anywhere around the world, always remember that chemical dependency never discriminates and no matter where you choose to get sober, if you want it bad enough you can get it, as long as you have the right people and information guiding you through the inpatient substance abuse treatment.