San Diego's Premier Outpatient Treatment
We provide clients with a safe place to heal, that supports sustainable recovery.
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Welcome to a Safe Place to Overcome Addiction
If you’ve reached this page, you are looking for help for yourself or a loved one challenged by addiction. If that’s the case then you’ve found the right place. Our clients receive highly confidential treatment in a safe environment where they can address their challenges and learn skills to manage the everyday stressors that make recovery difficult. We help our clients escape the grasps of alcohol, opioid, fentanyl, and opiate addiction
Contact our admissions team by dialing 619-452-1200. Our staff of counselors is looking forward to meeting with you and assessing your situation and creating a treatment plan for you. The best way to overcome an addiction is to get professional help, and there’s no place better to receive it than at our San Diego outpatient treatment center. We are here to help you.
We Can Start You On Your Path To Recovery
Telecare / Remote Treatment
Who Comes to Our Addiction Treatment Center?
We are an outpatient program designed for working adults who are employed and live at home. We provide long-term, sustainable treatment for substance abuse disorders. Confidential Recovery is an excellent option for continued treatment and support once individuals have been stabilized in a detox or a residential treatment program.
Generally, our clients are high-functioning individuals who share the need for treatment in a confidential environment. We also service San Diego's veteran community.
From alcohol to opioids, our clients receive treatment tailored to their needs. We believe that “one size doesn’t fit all” when it comes to treatment approaches. Each individual will participate in the development of their own self-care plan, which is necessary for long-term sobriety and sustainable recovery.
Confidential Recovery believes the stigma of addiction and treatment gets in the way of self-acceptance and treatment. That’s why we treat the whole person, not just the symptoms. We work with our clients to address underlying issues that contribute to their substance abuse. Getting healthy is a marathon, not a sprint and we’ll be there with you along the run.
Why Does Our Treatment Process Work So Well?
Times have changed and so have approaches to treatment. We are conscious of the adage, “If all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail”. Our goal through the treatment process is to instill new choices to our client and help them respond differently to the occurrences in life which in the past have triggered an substance abuse episode.
We use cutting edge evidenced-based treatment processes established by medical research studies showing what works best for each type of client. Our treatment is mindful of the role that past traumas (PTSD), relationships, and mood disorders have on individuals’ battle with addiction. Evidenced-based practices such as
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
- Embodied Mindfulness
all go to help clients garner interpersonal and emotional regulation skills. These skills support sustainable behavioral choices that are in line with their values and goals.
What Our Treatment Process Looks Like
Intensive Outpatient treatment is self-defining. After completing a comprehensive history and assessment with a licensed professional, the client begins their journey to recovery. Our staff has a common goal for all clients – get sober, get healthy and get your life back. Sessions are held in the daytime and in the evenings from 6pm to 9pm, three to four days/nights per week for up to eight weeks initially. Clients will be engaged through a combination of individual and group therapy as well as mindfulness classes. Outside support groups such as SMART Recovery, Life Ring, or AA are a required part of ongoing treatment.
How We Can Help You
We recognize that drug and alcohol addiction is complex and impacts individuals, families and communities. Our staff strongly believes in a harm reduction approach to treatment, meeting the individual “where they are” at and building a sound treatment program around them. The immediate goal is to create a safe environment in which to rebuild their lives. …And we are very good at that. Successful completion of our treatment program provides the foundation for life long sobriety. To ease the transition to sobriety we provide and support Medicated Assisted Treatment, which is proven to increase the chances of long term recovery. We are tucked away in an area that was chosen to provide ultimate privacy in which clients feel secure while participating in their recovery program—just like the treatment program, the location was chosen to support it.
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The staff are angels sent from heaven
Coming here has been one of the best decisions I ever made for myself. The staff are angels sent from heaven, and therapy here is like no other I have received. IOP includes multiple different approaches that focus on all aspects of life- mind, body, and spirit. I feel so connected, supported, and encouraged by both staff and other group members. This place is truly amazing!
Continual Treatment of the Individual’s Issues
Addressing the Underlying Disorders that Fuel the Addiction
Confidential Recovery’s treatment is mindful of the role that past traumas (PTSD), relationships and mood disorders have on an individual's battle with addiction. We cater our treatment to help individuals garner interpersonal and emotional regulation skills conducive to effective, sustainable behavioral choices – actions in line with their values and goals - through evidence-based methods such as:
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
- Seeking Safety
- Mindfulness Meditation
Continued “Post Rehab” Aftercare Treatment
Confidential Recovery is a great option for continued treatment and support after discharging from a detox clinic or a residential addiction program. Confidential REcovery is also a perfect beginning for those clients who are “higher-functioning” and don’t wish to do residential treatment, are trying sober living, private therapy, working, or have parenting responsibilities.