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Our Treatment Programs

Our Treatment Programs

Our Levels of Care

As Dana Point Rehab Campus residents progress through their personalized treatment plan, the programs evolve and change. Every level of care aims to meet the needs of each person during the various stages of their recovery. We incorporate a variety of treatment levels as we craft each individual’s treatment plan giving them the best chance of achieving a healthy life free from addiction so that they can live their best life. Here’s an overview of the primary levels of care:

Detoxification & Stabilization

Many patients begin their treatment by going through comprehensive detoxification to stabilize their mind and body so that they’re able and willing to begin their full treatment program.

Inpatient Residential Treatment

Customized treatments for you or your loved one based on both medical history and substance abuse history.

Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)

The Partial Hospitalization Program at Dana Point Rehab Campus provides intensive treatments combined with housing where residents live together in a supportive community environment. During this level of treatment, residents learn basic recovery skills and are introduced to a wide variety of treatment modalities.

Intensive Outpatient Programs

Some people don’t need Partial Hospitalization. For these people, our Intensive Outpatient Program gives them the structure of treatment with the flexibility of living in their own home and maintaining their day-to-day responsibilities.

Understanding Substance Treatment—By The Numbers

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According to SAMHSA’s National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 22.5 million people (8.5 percent of the U.S. population) aged 12 or older needed treatment for an illicit* drug or alcohol use problem in 2014. Only 4.2 million (18.5 percent of those who needed treatment) received any substance use treatment in the same year. Of these, about 2.6 million people received treatment in specialty treatment programs (CBHSQ, 2015). What that tells us is approximately 80% are likely still struggling with their addiction, and either did not want to seek treatment or did not know treatment programs were available to them.

*The term “illicit” refers to the use of illegal drugs, including marijuana according to federal law, and misuse of prescription medications.

Treatments Work When You Work

Many people want to know if drug addiction treatment really works. Yes, but it’s not a simple answer. Addiction is a chronic disease and because of that people can’t just stop using drugs cold turkey and be cured. Almost every addict needs long-term or some consistent, repeated care to completely stop abusing drugs and alcohol and gain control of their life again.

The big three things any addiction treatment help you or your loved one do the following:

Dana Point Rehab Campus uses a variety of evidence-based treatment programs, including:

  • Behavioral counseling
  • Medication management for medical detox treatments
  • Medical devices used to treat withdrawal symptoms
  • Evaluation, treatment of co-occurring mental health issues, such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorders
  • Long-term treatment programs to prevent relapse

Our range of care provides each resident with a tailored treatment program that meets their goals and needs. This individualized approach is crucial to success. Treatment programs can employ both medical and mental health services as needed. Additionally, follow-up care may include group-, community- or family-based recovery support programs.

Are you or a loved one struggling with substance abuse?

Call us now to learn more about the treatment programs and insurance options available at our Dana Point Rehab Campus in California.


Medications and Devices Used in Addiction Treatment

Unfortunately, there is no one-size-fits-all approach when it comes to treating drug addiction. Our professional team at Dana Point Rehab Campus determines on a case by case basis which medications and medical devices may be used to manage a resident’s withdrawal symptoms, prevent relapse, and treat co-occurring conditions.


Medications and devices may suppress withdrawal symptoms during detoxification. While detox in itself is not considered “treatment,” it is usually the first step in the process of getting clean. The reason detox isn’t a treatment is that addicts who do not receive any further treatment after detoxification have a high likelihood of “falling off the wagon” and start abusing drugs within a few months. One study of treatment facilities found that medications were successfully used in almost 80 percent of detoxifications (SAMHSA, 2014). The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) granted a new indication in 2017 for an electronic stimulation device, called an NSS-2 Bridge. This device is placed behind the ear and sends electrical pulses to stimulate particular brain nerves to help reduce opioid withdrawal symptoms.

Relapse prevention.

At Dana Point Rehab Campus, our residents may be prescribed medications to help reprogram their bodies and resume normal brain function to decrease cravings. We have medications available for the treatment of opioid (heroin, prescription pain relievers), tobacco (nicotine), and alcohol addiction. Scientists are currently researching and developing other medications to treat stimulant (cocaine, methamphetamine) and cannabis (marijuana) addiction. It’s very common for people to abuse more than one type of substance and need to seek treatment for all that they use. By treating the entire addiction and co-occurring conditions, our residents have a greater chance of living a life of sobriety and preventing relapse.

Behavioral Therapies Used to Treat Drug Addiction

Behavioral therapies offered at Dana Point Rehab Campus help our residents:

• Change their perspective, attitudes, and behaviors related to their drug use
• Learn healthy life skills, including diet, exercise, meditation, mindfulness and more
• Integrate with other forms of treatment, such as medication and medical devices

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