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Residential Inpatient Treatment

Residential Inpatient Treatment

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Dana Point Rehab Campus offers an inpatient residential treatment in a safe, structured environment where you can recover with minimal exposure to negative distractions and influences. Our programs area tailored to meet the unique recovery needs of you or your loved one suffering from substance abuse.

Delivering Private, Compassionate and Comprehensive Care

Comprehensive care means that each Dana Point Rehab Campus resident will receive a complete diagnostic assessment, from which our multidisciplinary team of experts creates and coordinates an individualized treatment plan.

No one person is exactly alike, and neither are our treatment plans. We never use a one-size-fits-all approach or off-the-shelf, cookie-cutter treatment plans. All of our care is customized and designed to fit each person’s diagnosis and recovery goals. Plus, all of this is delivered with the utmost respect, concern, care, and compassion.

Living Your Best Life With Help From Our Team

Our multidisciplinary team at the Dana Point Rehab Campus will include an attending physician, a primary therapist, a family therapist, a continuing care coordinator, psychologists, therapeutic activity and fitness specialists, specialty therapists and licensed integrative therapy practitioners. All of these people will work together to help you realize your goals of living a happier, more fulfilling life – free from addiction.

Every treatment plan may include the following goals:

  • Helping you manage your addiction.

  • Understanding your emotional pain that may be the underlying reason for your addiction.

  • Developing new tools for you to use for healthy communication and relapse prevention.

  • Building a foundation on which you can rebuild your life.

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Defining Co-occurring Disorders

It’s not likely that you have heard of the word comorbidity. Comorbidity doesn’t usually come up in our day-to-day, casual conversations. Although you might not know the meaning of the word, you may have a loved one who is addicted to drugs or alcohol. If they also have a mental illness, their addiction could be considered comorbid.

Comorbidity or “co-occurring disorders” describes two or more illnesses occurring in the same person. Current research has identified more significant instances of comorbid occurrences of addiction and mental illnesses among individuals who have been diagnosed with a substance abuse problem.

This new research has some physicians making a more defined connection between addiction and secondary diagnoses, such as depression, anxiety, stress disorder, PTSD and other mental illnesses. Taking it a step further, many believe a causation link exists between the two. Meaning a person diagnosed with a mental illness may be predisposed to developing a substance abuse disorder and vice versa.

Our enlightened viewpoint shows addiction is a chronic, progressive disease of the brain. Many people often refer to addiction as a substance use disorder. Labeled as a “disorder” or “disease,” addiction is now more readily compared to other diseases of the brain, like Alzheimer’s or dementia and conditions similar to diabetes where a cure doesn’t exist, but the disorder can be successfully managed with a personalized, physician-directed treatment plan.

Understanding Why People Suffer From Addiction

It wasn’t long ago when addicts were labeled as “bad” people. They became outcasts who were merely choosing to be selfish and willfully deciding to do drugs even when they knew it was leading them down a dangerous path. Nowadays, we know better. We know these individuals deserve our attention, care, and compassion. It’s an involuntary illness that drives their addiction and requires proper treatment from qualified experts. It may have taken many years of research and countless scientific studies for us to finally reach this conclusion, but thankfully we now have a more educated perspective of substance abuse, as well as an evidence-based approach for treating people suffering from addiction disorders.

Individuals who suffer from addiction are nearly twice as likely to also suffer from a mental illness.

Seeing Addiction From A Different View

Research that began in the early 1980’s has continued to shine a light on the high rate of addiction co-occurring with mental illness. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, people who have a substance abuse problem are almost twice as likely to also suffer from mental illness as compared to the total population.

Similarly, people diagnosed with a mental illness are 50% more susceptible to also having a chemical dependency. In cases such as this, the addiction could easily be considered a mental illness in itself. Individuals who suffer from addiction disorders usually exhibit more than just a physical dependence. They present many psychological dependency symptoms as well.

That’s why at our Dana Point Rehab Campus, we treat the whole person—your body, mind, and spirit. We know that just treating only the symptoms of addiction doesn’t work. You have to uncover the underlying reasons and treat the entire person from head to toe, inside and out. It’s our holistic approach and comprehensive treatment plan, integrated with a variety of unique intervention techniques, that guides patients down the right path to successfully achieving long-term recovery.

Achieving Total Wellness Through Evidence-based Methods

Dana Point Rehab Campus’ specific treatment methods are evidence-based and personalized for each patient to support their individual ability to achieve wellness. Our treatment for comorbid illnesses focuses on both mental illness and substance use disorders together, rather than one or the other.

Our treatment modalities or methods include:

  • Medication management services.
  • Individual therapy with expert clinicians.
  • Sessions with psychologists whose sole mission is to help people in recovery.
  • Group therapy sessions, addressing topics like as anger management, healing anxiety, relapse prevention, resilience training, working through grief and loss, and psychoeducational lectures.
  • Therapeutic activities, including expressive arts, yoga, mindfulness exercises, and meditation.

Designing A Personalized Treatment Plan

•  Individual counseling with highly-specialized, licensed therapists
•  Pharmacy on site for medical detox
•  World-class chef and nutritionist
•  State-of-the-art pool, beds and fitness facilities
•  Personal care services, including dental care and salon services
•  Loving, caring and supportive staff
•  Personal preparation for leading a productive life after addiction

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