Frequently Asked Questions
Where is the Dana Point Rehab Campus located?
The Dana Point Rehab Campus is situated on a hill overlooking the Pacific Ocean in beautiful Orange County, California. Our street address is 33861 Granada Drive, Dana Point, California 92629.
Is Dana Rehab Campus licensed as a medical detox facility?
Yes, Dana Point Rehab Campus a licensed medical detox facility by the California Department of Human and Health Services. As an inpatient medical detox treatment facility, the campus has to pass a renewal inspection annually.
What is Medical Detox?
Detox, or detoxification, is defined by the National Institute on Drug Abuse as “the process by which the body clears itself of drugs.” Medical detox is usually the first procedural step to effectively manage the often-dangerous impact of withdrawal. Detoxifying without medical management can have potentially fatal consequences. At Dana Point Rehab Campus, our medical professionals provide expert guidance through every step of any medically-managed detox process.
Do you prescribe and manage medications to help the detox process?
Dana Point Rehab Campus is a licensed medical detox facility, and our medical administrator can prescribe medications to help alleviate the negative withdrawal symptoms from heroin, methadone, OxyContin, Vicodin, Percocet, and other opiates.
My biggest concern is being in pain, feeling discomfort or being sick during the detox process.
You are not alone. Many people who face detox share your concerns. Our medical team will monitor you closely and provide medication to help you be safe and comfortable as you go through your drug detox or alcohol detox program. For more information as it relates to your specific concerns, please call us at 1-877-349-2391.
Is there a chance I won’t need detox?
It all depends upon the severity of your substance dependency. If you have been unable to taper down to a full stop on your own, detoxifying would likely be the first step in your recovery. Upon admission to the program, you will be assessed for your health, strengths, deficits, motivation and addiction history. These, along with other key criteria, will us help to develop your rehabilitation treatment plan.
I’ve looked at your program and believe my daughter will benefit greatly from your programs at Dana Point Rehab Campus. However, as her mother, I always worry. Is there staff present and available at all times?
First, you should know our campus is a very safe and secure facility, with every precaution taken to protect our patients. Also, you can rest assured that staff members are on site and available 24/7.
My son says he is ready to commit to a program that will help him recover from his four-year heroin addiction. Will he still be able to continue his education while in treatment?
Many Dana Point Rehab Campus patients continue to work, care for family and maintain academic studies throughout their treatment program. While detox is likely required, your son’s program can be tailored not only to fit with his individual addiction-recovery needs but also with responsibilities such as attending college. We would determine feasibility during the admissions process when his assessment is performed by one of our highly-qualified Dana Point Rehab clinicians.
What services are included in Dana Point Rehab Campus treatment programs?
People admitted into a treatment program at Dana Point Rehab Campus will be provided a personalized recovery plan. Below are some of the services which may be included in their plan:
- Medical supervision 24/7
- Upscale, private or comfortable shared room
- Chef-inspired food and snacks available throughout the day
- Medications prescribed as needed for alcohol detox or drug detox
For more details regarding specific services based on your needs, please contact our office at 1-877-349-2391.
Do you accept insurance?
Yes, we do accept all forms of insurance. We can quickly and easily verify your private or company provided PPO health insurance plan benefits for addiction treatment services. Call our office at 1-877-349-2391.
I am a religious person and want to be still able to go to church. Is this even possible if I am in rehab?
At Dana Point Rehab Campus we respect each person’s right to practice their religion and make accommodations accordingly. Our goal is to support you in your journey to recovery by helping you develop greater understanding and acceptance of yourself, and for some people, religion may be a big part of their recovery. That said, we provide access to faith-based facilities and churches near our campus as desired.
Will my confidentiality will be protected?
We know that privacy and confidentiality are crucial to most people. Comprehensive federal laws strictly protect the confidentiality of patients undergoing treatment at any of our facilities; laws like these are much more stringent than those applicable to traditional hospitals. We are a medical detox and drug/alcohol rehab facility; your medical records and identity are not disclosed without your prior consent and written authorization.
What if I feel the program isn't what I want to do. Will I be permitted to leave treatment, or am I committed to stay for a certain amount of time?
Treatment at Dana Point Rehab Campus is always on a voluntary basis. We cannot compel you to remain in the program. You can remove yourself from any of our rehab facilities at any time and for any reason.
If I have to leave because of a family emergency or other situation for an indefinite period, can my spot at the campus be reserved?
Once you leave, your status as a current Dana Point Rehab Campus patient cannot be held. However, there is always an opportunity for readmission with the proper re-assessment completed.
Why can’t my spot be held?
Our Intensive Outpatient (IOP) and OPT (Outpatient Therapy) programs provide you with paths into understanding your susceptibility to addiction as well as strengthening your motivation to avoid it. These “paths” require our recovery programs to work on a timeline with your particular therapy plan, including group and individual activity sessions. Interrupting your program puts you at a disadvantage on this trajectory. However, it’s good to remember that your place at Dana Point Rehab Campus is more than a “spot.” Readmission is possible and means we know you and your progress to date. Re-assessment enables us to understand how best to continue your recovery program and get you back on your personalized therapy plan.
I fear being isolated. Am I allowed to have visits and phone calls from family or friends?
Usually after your first week of treatment, phone calls are permitted at certain times during the day. In-person visits are determined per your assessment to ensure you have the time you need to start your recovery journey successfully.
I have a therapist in my hometown who thinks your program would be an excellent one for me. Will I be able to continue with that therapist after I return from the Dana Point Rehab Campus?
We encourage our patients to continue with a mental-health professional of their choice when they go home after completing their treatment with us. Your therapist can review your progress and goals achieved at Dana Point Rehab Campus, suggest support groups you may want to join, and help you make other decisions that can sustain your sobriety.
Am I allowed to keep personal items while at Dana Point Rehab Campus?
There are many items you can bring, but some things that are not permitted. During your intake interview, our team will provide you with a list of what is acceptable and what should be left at home.