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Inpatient-Residential Treatment

Residential Rehab in Costa Mesa, Orange County

Inpatient treatment is when our team assesses an individual’s core issues, identifying what underlying issues have contributed to their behavior, as well as what remaining support structures they need to succeed. At Safe and Sound Treatment, we look at the whole person, not just the addiction itself. During this phase of treatment, patients receive more intensive individual and group counseling sessions and treatment modalities that set the foundation for healthier belief systems. A multidisciplinary team of healthcare professionals will determine each patient’s treatment plan.

What to expect:

Upon successful completion of detox, a patient is then approved to enter the residential phase of treatment, which takes place at our Huntington Beach sober living houses. Clients are expected to participate in daily programming. The therapeutic process is a mix of individual and group therapy, a physical fitness regimen, chef-prepared meals, and attending meetings. Revisions or additions to a patient’s treatment plan are constantly reviewed and adjusted as needed.

Residential Treatment in Costa Mesa & Huntington Beach

At Safe and Sound Treatment, we understand the challenges of substance abuse. This is why we have created a residential treatment program that can cater to the Orange County community’s needs on the way to sobriety.

Find comfort and community at our Huntington Beach sober living homes, and get your professionally licensed treatment at our Treatment Center in Costa Mesa.

We have extensive experience working with individuals who have struggled to break free from addiction time and time again. With our comprehensive programs and therapeutic solutions, we have seen a recovery success rate that we are proud of.

It’s never easy taking the first steps. Though, no one ever regrets doing so when they have reached the other side of addiction.

When you’re ready, give our Inpatient-Residential Treatment Center a call at (949) 408-3711. Or, you can use the contact form on this page, and we’ll contact you as soon as possible.