Joint Commission Accredited (JCAHO) Outpatient Drug Rehab Center in San Diego

Joint Commission Accredited Drug and Alcohol Rehab Center

Confidential Recovery is a fully licensed and accredited drug and alcohol rehabilitation center. We provide comprehensive, high quality outpatient care for clients and treat not just the physical effects of addiction, but the mental, emotional, spiritual, and social effects as well. Our treatment program addresses drug addiction, alcohol dependence, and co-occurring disorders through evidence-based therapies and holistic solutions including trauma recovery therapy. Supporting clients and their families in achieving safe, effective recovery from addiction is our top priority.

Why the JCAHO Gold Seal Matters

The Joint Commission Accreditation offers a third party review of qualifications and is considered one of the most prestigious qualifications a healthcare center can achieve. Their Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) Gold Seal is what you should be looking for when vetting rehab facilities.

The Joint Commission, first established in 1951, was created to continuously improve healthcare. Understanding the requirements to become accredited and why it matters can help guide you towards choosing the best alcohol and drug rehab center for your needs.

What is the Joint Commission?

The Joint Commission’s purpose is to improve the quality of healthcare facilities around the nation. The commission outlines a unified set of standards that ensure patients receive the quality of care that they deserve.

The JCAHO guidelines are even higher standards than what state licensing requirements require; in fact, standards are so high that facilities with the Joint Commission Accreditation are placed on different audits than those not able to achieve the accreditation.

Accreditation is a laborious process that includes written manuals and detailed guidelines, often exceeding 400 pages. Centers that want a Joint Commission accreditation are inspected and evaluated by highly trained and licensed inspectors. These inspectors follow strict guidelines to determine if the facility is following the standards set forth and will be accredited.

The accreditation requires a full review of the program’s structure, practices, clinical programming and outcomes. Facilities that are granted accreditation meet internationally accepted standards of quality and are committed to providing the best care to patients and their families. Whether you need outpatient addiction treatment or aftercare, the centers adhere to stringent requirements for safety, corporate compliance, best practices and governance.

Addiction rehabilitation centers that meet the Joint Commission standards have demonstrated their commitment to being among the best drug rehab facilities in the nation.

Why Should Patients Choose JCAHO-Accredited Rehab Centers?

The National Institute on Drug Abuse defines addiction as a complex brain disorder and mental illness. Addiction recovery is often a lifelong journey with relatively high relapse rates of between 40% and 60%. Without professional, evidence-based treatment, patients with substance use disorders face the risk of relapse and drug overdose, which caused 70,237 deaths in the United States in 2017, per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Patients who choose JCAHO-accredited drug rehab centers can feel confident knowing they are receiving quality, proven treatment that is customized specifically for them. These treatment centers are devoted to helping each and every patient experience a positive outcome and guiding them through all stages of the treatment process — from medical drug detox to therapy to aftercare that provides long-term support following completion of a rehab program.

At JCAHO-accredited rehab centers, patients can rest assured they will work one-on-one and in groups with professional therapists and medical doctors who are compassionate and understanding, and who will teach them valuable skills for staying sober and healthy for years to come.

Which Services Are Offered by Our JCAHO-Accredited Treatment Centers?

All evidence-based treatments offered by JCAHO-accredited drug rehab centers focus on helping patients recover from and manage every aspect of their substance use disorder.

Confidential Recovery's outpatient one-on-one and group counseling sessions may utilize several of the following proven therapies:

  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy
  • Motivational enhancement therapy
  • Community reinforcement therapy
  • Dialectical behavior therapy
  • 12-step facilitation therapy
  • Family therapy
  • Dual diagnosis therapy
  • Medication maintenance
  • Group therapy
  • Music therapy
  • Art therapy
  • Equine therapy
  • Substance abuse education
  • Relapse prevention training

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) at Confidential Recovery

Because withdrawal is often painful, medication can be used to help you manage cravings. Some medications can also help you manage cravings for opioids. By using these treatments in tandem, we can help you find lasting relief.

Medication is an effective treatment for opioid and alcohol addiction. These medications can:

  • Decrease opioid and alcohol use
  • Decrease opioid and alcohol overdose deaths
  • Increase treatment retention
  • Increase social functioning

Your options for opioid withdrawal medication may include Buprenorphine, Suboxone, Subutex, Sublocade, Vivitrol, or Lofexidine.

All of these medications work best when they’re used as part of a complete assisted rehab program.

Succeed in Your Recovery With Our Outpatient Program

Confidential Recovery is a great option for continued treatment and support after discharging from a residential addiction program. Confidential Recovery can 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.

If you have questions about the process of getting help for a substance use disorder, call us to discuss the matter privately with our intake counselors