Addiction Treatment at Sovereign Health
Sovereign Health provides patients with compassionate and personalized treatment that has been specifically designed to foster long-term recovery.
The first step of addiction treatment is often detox. Detox, also known as detoxification, is the process by which specific chemicals are strategically eliminated from the body by a team of professionals. When people attempt to go “cold turkey,” they can experience severe or even dangerous withdrawal symptoms. Professionally administered detox services make all the difference in getting through this recovery stage as safely and comfortably as possible.
Sovereign Health also offers Nutritionally Assisted Detox (NAD) at its San Clemente, California, location. NAD uses natural minerals, vitamins and enzymes to speed up the treatment process as well as minimize cravings.
In addition to detox, Sovereign Health offers numerous treatment modalities for patients with addiction, mental health disorders and co-occurring conditions (also called dual diagnosis).
Treatments offered at Sovereign Health facilities include:
- Alcohol education
- Relapse prevention
- Court services
- Medical assessment
- Specialized treatment
- Individual therapy
- Process group therapy
- Stress management groups
- Neurofeedback (at additional cost)
- Art therapy
- Music therapy
- Schema treatment
- Narrative treatment
- Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, or TMS (San Clemente exclusive, at additional cost)
- Anger management
- Family therapy
- Continuing care program
- Nutritionally Assisted Detox (San Clemente exclusive, at additional cost)
- Life skills
- Men’s issues
- Stress management
- Cognitive remediation
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, or CBT
- Dialectical Behavior Therapy, or DBT
- ID triggers
- Case management
Why Choose Sovereign Health?
Here at Sovereign, we believe that by treating patients as individuals – not diagnoses – we provide some of the best treatment in the country. Each patient receives a personalized treatment plan that is backed by scientific evidence and designed with their specific needs in mind.
We also take pride in treating multiple conditions simultaneously. For instance, a person may arrive at our facility with both depression and alcoholism. Some people abuse substances to deal with an undiagnosed mental health problem, so if they only get treatment for an addiction, they will resume their substance abuse when another episode of mental illness occurs. Rather than treating only one of the conditions, we make sure that all co-occurring conditions are addressed. Patients also receive a full medical and psychological examination during the admissions process to uncover any conditions that might have been missed by their doctors.
People who choose to stay at Sovereign Health can expect their treatment to last anywhere from 30 to 90 days. Staff members and crisis intervention are available 24/7.
For more information about substance abuse, mental health or dual diagnosis treatment at Sovereign Health, please call our 24/7 helpline.