California Addiction Treatment Program
At Simple Recovery, our extensive training and experience in addiction treatment provide a safe, structured environment delivering optimal recovery outcomes. Here, credentialed professionals journey alongside clients as they encounter life stressors and triggers for addictive behavior or relapse. Our programs are specifically designed to teach men and women how to “live sober” rather than just “be sober.”
Simple Recovery Programming Options
Our continuum of care takes you from detox to sober living and beyond. While many individuals ask how long our treatment program is, your treatment timeline is customized to your unique medical and financial needs. Each phase of treatment is “success based,” so you’ll never transition to the next phase without proper preparation and support from your clinical team.
- Co-ed detox
- Residential Treatment
- Co-ed outpatient treatment (partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient and outpatient programming)
- Simple Life educational and vocational program
- Aftercare planning and relapse services
- Alumni fellowship and events
- Liasion and legal services
- Families in Recovery program
Whether you are entering rehab for the first time or have experienced a frustrating relapse, we see past your addiction to the capable person you are. Our inpatient and outpatient programs, as well as our sober living environments address the needs of those taking the first step in addiction treatment—and those coming home to lead a life of sustained sobriety.
Co-Occurring disorders are chemical dependencies complicated by a secondary mental health diagnosis. At Simple Recovery, we believe that to diligently treat each individual, we must address all aspects of health. Our credentialed staff is equipped to deal with a variety of co-occurring disorders, including post-traumatic stress, panic and anxiety, clinical depression and some mood disorders.
Simple Recovery works collaboratively with our consulting psychiatrist to identify appropriate medications when necessary for co-occurring disorders. In conjunction with psychiatric care, clients participate in psycho-educational programming that teaches how to live with a co-occurring disorder.