Drug Rehab Centers In Orange County
Renew hope with an alcohol and drug treatment program that builds a solid foundation for long-term, sustained sobriety.
Located in Southern California, Coastline Behavioral Health offers gender specific programs with innovative and individualized treatment modalities.
Addiction Treatment Center – For Men & Women
First and foremost, we believe a drug treatment program in Orange County needs to demonstrate and model structure, closeness and consistency. Our employees model these values so they can demonstrate to our clients in turn not only become consistent themselves but end up modeling this for their peers. And overall, peers start holding each other accountable which in the short and long term furthers their own recovery.
Our view on addiction and alcoholism, and resulting recovery is based on the disease model. This disease model takes into account the genetic predisposition to addiction. Our treatment model is biopsychosocial so the biology of the individual is influenced by their psychological and environmental factors.
Recovery is a Journey
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Orange County Rehab – The Coastline Difference
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Experience Coastline Behavioral Health
Recovery is a journey take hand in hand with our clients. When we stop using, reality sets in, our conscious floods with horrors of the past, and our ability to numb and discard our emotions is no longer an option. This is where the real work begins. From personal experiences we have found that a positive clinical approach to drug rehab alongside Experiential Therapy, you can thrive during your integration back into a productive, peaceful life. Having experienced addiction and the trials and tribulations from that dark period of our lives we embrace you as our own. We are excited to have you join the Coastline Behavioral Health family!
What is the Coastline Experience?
Coastline Residential Program
Coastline’s Outpatient Rehab Centers
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We guide and monitor connection with the outside world only the extent of maintaining safety and reducing the potential of clients being exposed to high-risk situations. Regarding psychological factors impacting addition, we believe it’s necessary to address underlying psychological factors that have consciously and unconsciously maintained addiction or caused prior relapses. Though there are general underlying issues that are common to people in general, such as, some sort of mood dysfunction for example, the type, intensity, and manifestation of psychological factors varies. Our programs are gender specific and our facilities are separated by sex so drug rehab for women will never be in the same location as that for men.
We take care in maintaining an attitude of curiosity and interest in understanding one’s unique story. Though we usually hear stories riddled with tragedy, trauma, shame, fear, guilt and inadequacies; we listen carefully and look for the survival skills and the strength embedded in the pain and the self-destructive behavior. We pride ourselves on being a strength based program. Though we don’t disregard the client’s story, we also don’t dwell on the past. In addition to listening for underlying patterns, we desire encouraging stories about the ways the clients have coped so far. We applaud the resilience they have shown thus far in surviving and choosing to seek help instead of continuing on a self-sabotaged path. Those searching for a rehabilitation center near me usually find our website and call immediately. This makes sense because your journey can only begin by asking for help!
Drug Addiction Treatment Center – What To Expect Upon Admission
If a client struggles with side effects of a medication they are taking or if they suffer from any other physical complaints, we immediately have them meet with our medical personnel. Our clients’ physical and emotional well-being is of primary importance. Especially during early recovery, when clients are withdrawing from drug and alcohol use. In addition to withdrawal symptoms, they also have to deal with physical conditions that develop from lack of self-care and personal neglect. If untreated, the great discomfort from physical conditions and withdrawals can become the basis of increasing cravings and trigger the client to use drugs in order to alleviate physical pain. Therefore, all clients are closely monitored and made comfortable as soon as they arrive.
What is Detox and Why is it Important?
Many people seeking treatment will initially need to go through a period of detox . This is the first step in their recovery program. Chemical dependence causes changes in the brain and detox is the removal of harmful substances from the body. During detox one experiences intense uncomfortable physical and emotional symptoms. Some of these symptoms include chills, body ache, blurred vision, tactile disturbances, irritability, nausea, anger, headache, stomach discomfort, depression, sadness and anxiety. The severity of the detox depends on the substances used and length of abuse. Typically, clients will require detox for alcohol, heroin, opiates and other drugs with an average of one week or up to a month to fully detox from substances. We usually notice withdrawal symptoms in the first 7 to 10 days, after which clients tend to begin to feel better and they start feeling physical and emotional improvements. Once they start to feel better physically and mentally, they able and willing to participate in our day to day programming. After many clients have detoxed from their primary narcotic of choice or alcohol, our treatment also focuses on Identifying and providing psycho-education on Post-Acute Withdrawal Syndrome (PAWS). Many recount the severity of their detox and express relief once their withdrawal symptoms have subsided.
We Treat a Wide Variety of Substances
- Club Drugs
- Prescription Medications
A focus of our treatment is the Experiential component. As Mr. Brown so eloquently states, a life without play is a mundane dreary life. Therefore, the focus with every individual is to reignite the sense of play, curiosity, and wonder that got lost in the throes of addiction and/or alcoholism. We believe when one feels defeated and powerless, they need to be nurtured back to life. Sometimes taking an empathetic yet ‘playful’ approach adds a needed relief which counters feelings of shame, guilt, fear and loneliness individuals are already feeling walking through our door. This ‘playful’ treatment approach is the foundation of our treatment modality. We call it our Experiential Program. Usually, the word “play” conjures up memories of childish games and activities. Though these associations are part of the word “play”, at Coastline we are primarily referring to “Purposeful Play”. It’s the kind of “play” that creates meaning, enhances teamwork and instills ideas of honesty, accountability and problem-solving. This sense of play includes physical team building activities as well. The purpose of play also decreases rage and conflict, de-escalating high-stress situations as people are working towards a common objective goal independent of themselves. Therefore, when people get enough of a distance from their intense emotions and obsessive thoughts, they are more likely to calm down and revisit the situation that triggered them with solutions as well as a more objective perspective. This kind of play also assists with re-creating and imprinting a sense of positive playfulness especially if one’s childhood was traumatic and abusive. Psychoeducation on the disease model of addiction, specific mood disorders, as well as common underlying issues many addicts face. We assist clients in providing a cognitive framework to their experience in the purposeful play. Experiential therapy for our mens’s and women’s rehab includes surfing, hiking, golf, sports and yoga.
12 Step Programs for Recovery
We emphasize the 12 step program as a positive social tool to further assist in recovery. We additionally believe that addiction is a “spiritual malady”. We do not push any dogma or entertain any religious agenda. Yet we do believe and follow the tenets of the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous which states that a connection with something greater than oneself is helpful in positively impacting one’s sobriety. Additionally, the psycho-education and experiential programs we offer tie into the 3 basic principles of Alcoholics Anonymous:
Being of service
In addition to attending meetings, obtaining a sponsor, working the 12 steps, we also use all three principles and create ‘Unity’ via team building activities, ‘Recovery’ via psychoeducation and ‘Being of Service’ by having clients volunteer their time to the needy as a way of giving back to the community.
Dual Diagnosis Treatment At Coastline
Though our primary focus on substance abuse, we also deal with co-occurring disorders. We believe a dual diagnosis can occur concurrently with the primary substance and/or alcohol dependence. Though we do not like to provide concrete labels to clients as an individual that is larger than his or her addiction and mental health diagnosis. However, a preliminary diagnosis is helpful to contextualizing one’s underlying dysfunctional patterns and understanding one’s story as it pertains to their addiction. We consider mental health diagnosis as necessary ‘coping skills’ developed in order to deal with past abuse, trauma, and tragedy. At Coastline, our clients are not a diagnosis, but people dealing with a malady that we seek to understand, explore and channel into more positive activities. We provide treatment for the following mental health diagnosis:
- Attention Deficit Disorder
- Bipolar and related Disorders
- Impulse Control and Disruptive Disorders
- Trauma and PTSD
- Stress-Related Disorders
We do not address acute psychosis and related disorders that warrant inpatient intensive psychiatric care. If a client has severe mental issues, they will be transferred to a higher level of care that can better address their needs.
What Is Cross Addiction?
Sober Living in Orange County, CA
Coastline Behavioral Health owns and operates sober living homes in Orange County, California with luxury rehab centers and Executive Rehab Centers in Newport Beach and Huntington Beach. Each client in our treatment program is assigned a home that houses a maximum of 10 occupants with a maximum of two clients per bedroom to ensure comfort and safety. A house manager and our operations staff provides 24 hour management to ensure compliance with house rules, zero tolerance for controlled substance use and to also provide overall support to clients. All addict recovery homes are maintained to exceed standards of The Joint Commission. We strive to make every client feel comfortable in our relaxed setting and provide a fully stocked kitchen, laundry, WiFi and other amenities. Depending on level of care, transportation is provided to our treatment center and all experiential activities, and we also provide scheduled transportation for shopping, groceries, EBT, medical appointments, court hearings and job interviews. Sober living provides support for those in our treatment program. Coastline offers continued transitional living at a reduced monthly rent to clients who successfully completed treatment.