True Recovery Detox is a fully licensed medical detox center located in Orange County, California. Our detox program provides clients with a safe, comfortable, and supportive environment where those seeking to take the first crucial steps in recovery can do so under 24/7 medical supervision of experienced and professional staff.
During detox, you’ll work with a doctor or nurse who will help you taper off the substance that is being abused, as well as manage withdrawal symptoms. Clients will have 24-hour access to care, and you will also meet with therapists throughout detox to handle your physical and emotional changes.
After your detox treatment, you are ready to begin the process of recovery. From there, we’ll help ensure that your transition from the detox center to our facility is a smooth one.
Taking the first step in getting help for your loved one is often nerve-wracking, but it’s important to get help both for them and for those around them. Some friends and family members find that interventions or gatherings to discuss the person’s addiction are extremely beneficial and an important step in getting help.
An intervention might come after you’ve identified the warning signs of substance abuse and addiction.
To help you get started, we have highly-trained interventionists and counselors on call ready to set up this important encounter. When interventions are done with a professional interventionist, 90% of people make a commitment to get help, according to the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence.
And while some individuals may refuse help at the time of an intervention, they may seek it at a later date.
As a friend or family member of someone struggling with addiction, you have the power to help, and your support plays a vital role in your loved one’s recovery. For more information about intervention services, contact us today or call us at (844) 744-8783.
True Recovery can work with most insurance plans utilizing your out-of-network benefits.
To verify your coverage for our program, all we need is your name, date of birth, and the information from the front and back of your insurance card; this includes your full name, member ID numbers, group number, and the 800 number for providers (usually found on the back of the card).
Simply fill out our Insurance Verification Form or call us at (844) 744-8783 to verify your insurance benefits. We can get all of the information from your insurance company that we need, and oftentimes, benefits can be verified within one hour of you contacting our team.
At True Recovery, we seek to involve family when possible, as having that support system can be crucial to recovery. We structure family involvement to meet your individual needs, which may include group and one-on-one therapy, conference calls, family education, or simply regular check-ins.
Recovery or success rates can be very subjective and depend on you or your program’s exact definition of success. At True Recovery, our focus is on our clients developing a fulfilling life in all areas, including abstinence from substances.
With a staff-to-client ratio of 2 to 1, we make sure that you get the attention and care you deserve as you work toward recovery. More than 90% of True Recovery participants successfully complete our programs.
One of the many things that sets True Recovery apart from other treatment centers is our ideal location. Located in sunny Newport Beach, California, our addiction treatment facilities look more like a resort than a medical center.
We have therapy rooms with home furnishings, large group rooms where we hold collective activities, and individual therapy offices that offer confidentiality and comfort.
And all of this is located right near beaches, shopping, and the famous Newport Back Bay Nature Preserve. The area provides a sense of tranquility and peace, which will help you rediscover your passions, set and achieve new goals, and gain the tools you need to live an addiction-free life.
How do those who may have been exposed to COVID-19 get help? How do those with exposure anxiety get help? How do their colleagues & loved ones step in? And how do employers address addiction & mental health in the workplace when the workplace is now most employees’ homes? In short: education, preparation, and prevention.
With this series of videos, infographics, quizzes & blog posts, our goal is to help those in need identify a safe and secure treatment path. Employers and supervisors can utilize these resources to help identify when a colleague is struggling and may need help. Those who may simply be “at-risk” but not in need of treatment can learn from our expertise and find healthy ways to cope with uncertainty before that manifests in destructive behaviors.