Our Addiction Treatment Programs are made for everyone’s certain addiction recovery needs.
At Seacliff Recovery Center, we provide multiple addiction treatment programs to fit your specific recovery needs depending on the current state of your life. We place a strong emphasis on helping you achieve solid, long term recovery with a custom tailored program that is sure to fit your exact needs. Our treatment center is located in Huntington Beach. This Southern California environment is incredibly beautiful and helps to promote proper recovery.
Here’s an Overview of Each of our Addiction Treatment Programs:
- Extended Care Program – Our addiction treatment program. The extended care program is a three phase residential program that provides you with a new environment, a new beginning, and the opportunity to develop healthy and appropriate living styles. This program will provide you with everything you need to achieve the recovery and eventual normalcy of life you crave. You will spend your days and nights in our center, taking in the beautiful scenery and walking down the path to recovery.
- Outpatient Treatment Program – An addiction treatment program designed for clients who would benefit by remaining in a flexible working capacity and by returning to their home environment at night. You will still participate in all aspects of the Extended Care Program, though as a non-resident. This program is offered in part as a transitional tool for the patients who have completed their commitment in our extended care program.
- Dual Diagnosis Treatment Program – Provides guidance to clients who have been “dual diagnosed”. It means that you have been diagnosed with two separate but interrelated diagnosis. With our program, we will delve into the chemical dependency and emotional imbalance to help go towards the road to recovery.
- Sober Living – Provides a supportive, sober environment for clients to transition into the real world. This program is for clients who have completed a full recovery program and desire a sober environment to live in during their transition.