Get Help During COVID-19
With the current COVID-19 outbreak, many questions surrounding the virus arise. The safety of our staff and patients is the top priority across all of our centers. We have taken the necessary precautions to minimize the risk of exposure and transmission of the Coronavirus to those in our treatment programs, allowing them to focus on their recovery.
We are here to answer your questions and alleviate any concerns. Call us at 949-276-2886. Do not allow COVID-19 to stop you from seeking the care you need.
OUR TREATMENT CENTERS
All of our facilities offer their own unique experiences while supplying the highest quality of care and comfort.
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Willow Springs is a magical place! I found myself through the guidance and support of the team that works there! They all play such an important role. I’ll forever be grateful for what I experienced there! —Shaylene (Willow Springs)
This place is absolutely amazing. I was only there for a short time, but the respect they have for you really showed me that they cared. You get everything you need to get better and they help you get back to a stable living to better your life. It’s a good place to go get your mind right, and they will guide you to get to where you need to be. - Shelby (Monarch Shores)
Wonderful staff and clinicians. Recovery is tough but with this place you feel like there is hope. Thank you Mt. Springs Recovery!!-Peter T. (Mountain Springs)
My experience at Chapters Capistrano was first rate and very personalized to my needs. The staff was unbelievably attentive and truly cared about the patients. From the person who got me admitted to the staff, therapists and nurses I was given excellent care. It has given me a new outlook I hadn't had prior to going. - John (Chapters Capistrano)
Cleansing your body can be a great first step toward recovery. Our detox procedures can remove drugs and alcohol from your body to help prepare you for treatment and the rest of your life.
Staying at one of our inpatient treatment centers can provide the assistance you need. By removing yourself from the stress of daily life, you’ll be able to focus on you and your healing.
Sometimes people use drugs and alcohol to cope with mental illness, or sometimes addiction causes mental illness. We offer therapy and other options to treat both conditions and provide total healing.
Sometimes, we learn the most from people who have had the same struggles. Our centers feature 12-step treatment options that introduce you to people with similar experiences so you can heal and learn together.
There’s more than one way to tackle addiction. Our centers use options such as SMART Recovery to address goals, beliefs, emotions, and behaviors and help people heal.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Searching for treatment can be overwhelming. Many of us have been there ourselves, so we can help you as well.
You’re special, so you shouldn’t settle for the same treatment as everyone else. Our centers create individualized treatment plans to help you solve your specific problems and celebrate your unique identity.
Rehab for Women
When it comes to women, statistics from 2016 reveal that about 19.5 million females aged 18 years old and older used illicit drugs in the previous year.
We’re proud of your service and we’re here to serve you. Our centers welcome current service members and military veterans and will work hard to find you the assistance you deserve.
First responders do so much for others, so we aim to assist them. Our centers treat addiction, trauma, and other problems that first responders may face and will work with them to solve such problems.
Addiction doesn’t discriminate, and neither do we. Our centers respect the members of the LGBTQ population and our professionals will do everything they can to help them.
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SUBSTANCE ABUSE INFORMATION
Opioids can be addictive, but we can help you break the cycle. Whether you’re using heroin or a prescription drug, we can help you find options such as therapy, support groups, or medication to fight opioid addiction and find hope.
It can be difficult to quit drinking on your own, so we’re here to help. We’ll help you find strategies to avoid alcohol and explore why you relied on it in the first place.
Although you might be hooked on the high of stimulants, this feeling can be deadly. Our centers can help you quit abusing stimulants and find ways to feel good without drugs.
Benzodiazepines (benzos) can be useful therapeutic tools but can be dangerous if people misuse them. We can help you manage your benzo use and address other problems.
Barbiturates can kill, so if you’re addicted to them, consider finding help today. We’ll help you fight your addiction to barbiturates, as well as any additional substances.
Abusing hallucinogens can be life-ending instead of mind-changing. Our centers can help you stop abusing hallucinogens and other substances and place you on the path to recovery.
Marijuana is not harmless, regardless of what some people say. We can help you end your reliance on drugs and begin a life of sobriety.
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