Confidential and Sustainable Recovery, they serve people who are looking to receive counseling & support in order to sustain abstinence from an addictive substance that has negatively impacted their lives.
Many San Diego professionals come to their program to receive the support of their talented and multidisciplinary team who can work through the issues that are contributing to their substance abuse. The professional approach & confidential setting of their program appeals to San Diego executives who also appreciate the flexibility that our outpatient model affords.
Some of their clients arrive here as part of a longer continuum of care, after having completed an intensive residential addiction program. With the help of their caring team, they are able to receive ongoing outpatient recovery support as they return to their home & careers.
Whatever reason brings someone to the door of their treatment program, they will receive confidential, long-term addiction therapy that supports a sustainable recovery.
Scott and his staff are professionals and dedicated to the serving our community... Read MoreMark Gladden
provided intense therapy to understand where my addictive behavior came from and... Read MoreLisa Doyle
From the moment I walked into Confidential Recovery everyone made me feel so wel... Read MoreMarieanne Herrera
Yes, we accept
Medication-assisted treatment (MAT), combines behavioral therapy and medication to treat addiction, including alcoholism. MAT treatments are becoming increasingly popular in addiction treatment (and in some cases required/diversion programs). This shift in the addiction field is happening as a result of the scientific addiction literature detailing the overwhelmingly positive outcome data. In short, statistically, patients who utilize MAT have far better outcomes. They not only stay sober more consistently and for longer periods than standard behavioral “treatment as usual” participants, but they also score higher in sequelae of associated recovery behaviors such as treatment attendance, reduced risk-taking behavior, more pro-social behavior, less criminal activity and show less depression and anxiety than those not receiving MAT.