Veterans Inpatient Rehab Center
In Garden Grove, Orange County
Inpatient Program for Veterans
“As a Veteran who’s has tried the Veterans Affairs treatment program’s numerous times, this has been the one program that has been able to successfully get me sober and not only treat me like a human being but provide me with the resources to stay sober after my treatment was completed! My clinician Maria and case manager met all of my needs as a veteran with PTSD. The owner and the CEO took time to actually meet with me numerous times to make sure I had everything I needed and me and my Service dog were comfortable! The techs especially the manager tech were always respectful and super responsive! And yes the food was fantastic!!!”
– Seth M.
An Evidence-Based Approach For Veterans
Dual Diagnosis Mental Health Detox + Residential Inpatient Treatment
Our mission is to inspire positive personal transformation and long-term recovery by encouraging hope and healing through evidence-based treatments. Recovery Beach provides experienced and compassionate care to veterans who would benefit from 2 4 – hour structure and support. Our goal is to provide Veterans with high – quality clinical services in a safe and supportive environment and obtain the foundational life skills necessary to reclaim a healthy, productive, and fulfilling life.
We offer a variety of modalities and a diverse team that has extensive experience working with Veterans and meeting their individual needs.
Meeting Individual Needs for Veterans Through Therapy
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Helps people discover a more positive attitude toward life by encouraging them to think through their actions.
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
Provides clients with greater emotion and stability and the skills to form healthy relationships.
Provides a foundation for the drive to change their behavior for the better.
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A trauma-informed approach to Mental Illness & Addiction Treatment
A trauma-informed approach with veterans involves recognizing and addressing the impact of trauma on individuals who have served in the military and are struggling with substance abuse. Veterans often experience traumatic events during their service, which can contribute to the development of substance abuse dependency as a coping mechanism. In a trauma-informed approach, the focus is on creating a safe and supportive environment that promotes recovery. This approach involves establishing safety and trust with veterans throughout their treatment. Empowering them to regain control and understand the connection between trauma and substance abuse may help veterans have a positive healing experience. Empowerment plays a central role in promoting veterans’ strengths, building self-esteem, and allowing them to make informed decisions about their recovery.
Understanding trauma and its connection to substance abuse is fundamental, with staff members receiving training to provide trauma-specific interventions and help veterans develop healthy coping skills. Lastly, cultural sensitivity is essential, considering veterans’ cultural backgrounds, values, and beliefs throughout their treatment journey. By focusing on safety, trust, collaboration, empowerment, understanding trauma, and cultural sensitivity, this approach aims to address the complex interplay between trauma and substance abuse, ultimately promoting the healing and well-being of veterans in their journey to recovery.
Your Journey of Recovery Begins Now
The range of services available at Recovery Beach are vital in supporting our veterans’ well-being. By addressing their unique needs, including physical injuries, mental health challenges, and substance use disorders, we can help them reclaim their lives and find healing. Through comprehensive assessments, personalized treatment plans, evidence-based therapies, and peer support networks, veterans receive the compassionate care and resources they need to embark on a journey toward recovery and a brighter future.
Mental Illness & Addiction Rehab for Veterans
Veterans rehab, and the services offered play a crucial role in supporting our honored veterans on their path to recovery and wellness. These brave individuals have selflessly served our country, often enduring physical and emotional hardships that can leave lasting impacts. Recognizing their unique needs, challenges, and specialized rehabilitation services is essential. Veteran inpatient rehab services have been developed to address veterans’ physical, mental, and emotional well-being. From comprehensive assessments to personalized treatment plans, these services aim to provide holistic care and support.
By offering evidence-based therapies, peer support networks, mental health services, and access to resources, veterans rehab empowers individuals to reclaim their lives, heal from trauma, overcome substance use disorders, and achieve a brighter and more fulfilling future. With empathy and gratitude, we stand alongside our veterans, ensuring they receive the care and support they deserve.
Offering a variety of therapies alongside a team that has extensive experience working with Veterans to meet their individual needs.
Using Dual Diagnosis for rehabilitation & sober living
A dual diagnosis, which refers to the co-occurrence of a substance use disorder and a mental health condition, poses specific challenges for veterans with drug addictions seeking proper rehabilitation and sober living. However, simultaneously addressing the addiction and the underlying mental health condition, a comprehensive and tailored approach can be taken to support and promote recovery. Here’s how a dual-diagnosis approach benefits veterans with drug addictions:
Veterans with dual diagnoses undergo a thorough evaluation to identify their substance use disorder and co-occurring mental health conditions, forming the basis of an individualized treatment plan.
Proper rehabilitation integrates addiction treatment and mental health services, combining various therapies to effectively address addiction and mental health aspects.
A trauma-informed approach acknowledges and addresses veterans’ past traumas, facilitating the healing process through specialized therapies.
Medications may be prescribed to stabilize conditions, reduce cravings, and manage mental health symptoms, when appropriate.
Therapeutic interventions target addiction and mental health conditions, helping veterans develop coping mechanisms, self-awareness, and relapse prevention skills.
Peer Support and Veteran-Specific Programs
Engaging in peer support groups and veteran-specific programs provides a supportive community for veterans to share experiences and receive encouragement.
Aftercare and Continued Support
Veterans receive ongoing support through aftercare programs, sober living homes, outpatient services, and relapse prevention programs as they transition to sober living and reintegrate into their communities.
By addressing the addiction and the mental health aspects of a dual diagnosis, veterans with drug addictions can benefit from a comprehensive and empathetic rehabilitation approach. This integrated model recognizes their unique needs, acknowledges the impact of trauma, and provides the necessary tools and support for successful recovery and long-term sobriety.
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Restart Your Life at Recovery Beach in Orange County, California
If you are looking for addiction treatment in Orange County, Recovery Beach may have the solution you are looking for. Our addiction treatment facility in Orange County is equipped with numerous treatment plans, comprehensive medical care, and holistic approaches to ensure your road to recovery is customized and fitted to your needs.
Give Recovery beach a call today to learn more about our addiction treatment programs in Orange County.
Mental Health Care for Veterans
One of the most important steps is ensuring veterans access to specialized mental health services. They must receive therapy and counseling from professionals who understand their unique experiences and can provide a safe space for them to share their struggles. Peer support programs can also play a significant role, connecting veterans who have faced similar traumas, fostering a sense of fellowship, and providing a platform for sharing and healing. In addition, it’s essential to approach their care with a trauma-informed perspective by creating an environment emphasizing safety, trust, and collaboration. By implementing trauma-informed practices, we can better understand and respond to their needs, promoting a sense of validation, respect, and empowerment.
Helping Veterans Who Suffer from Trauma
Helping veterans who suffer from trauma requires an empathetic and compassionate approach that acknowledges the challenges they face. These brave men and women have served their country, often enduring unimaginable hardships and witnessing traumatic events. To support them on their healing journey, we must provide comprehensive and personalized care that addresses their physical, emotional, and psychological well-being.
It’s important to remember that veterans who suffer from trauma often face co-occurring issues, such as substance abuse. By addressing both the trauma and the substance abuse through integrated treatment programs, we can improve their chances of recovery and help them reclaim their lives. Alongside therapy, providing vocational training, job placement assistance, and family support can aid their rehabilitation and successful reintegration into society.
What Is Trauma-Informed Care for PTSD?
Trauma-informed care for veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is an approach that acknowledges the unique needs of those who have experienced trauma. It creates a safe and understanding environment, prioritizing their physical and emotional well-being. This trauma-informed care approach supports veterans’ healing journey by building trust, empowering collaboration, and restoring choice and control. Providers are knowledgeable about the impact of trauma, avoid retraumatization, and use culturally sensitive practices. Trauma-informed care aims to help veterans feel understood, supported, and empowered on their path to resilience and recovery through a multidisciplinary approach, including mental health professionals, medical practitioners, and support systems.
Common Types of Dual Diagnosis Among Veterans:
Several types of dual diagnoses are common among veterans. Here are some common co-occurring disorders:
- Substance Use Disorder & Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD): PTSD is a prevalent mental health condition among veterans, often resulting from traumatic experiences during their military service. Substance use disorders frequently co-occur with PTSD, as individuals may turn to drugs or alcohol as a coping mechanism to alleviate distressing symptoms.
- Substance Use Disorder & Depression: Depression is another common mental health condition experienced by veterans. It can coexist with substance use disorders, with individuals using drugs or alcohol to self-medicate or temporarily escape feelings of sadness, hopelessness, or loss of interest in activities.
- Substance Use Disorder & Anxiety Disorders: Anxiety disorders, such as generalized anxiety disorder or panic disorder, can occur alongside substance use disorders among veterans. Anxiety symptoms may lead individuals to use substances to alleviate feelings of fear, worry, or restlessness.
- Substance Use Disorder & Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI): Traumatic brain injuries are prevalent among veterans, often resulting from combat-related incidents. Substance use disorders can co-occur with TBIs, as individuals may turn to drugs or alcohol to cope with physical pain, cognitive challenges, or emotional difficulties associated with the injury.
- Substance Use Disorder & Psychotic Disorders: Psychotic disorders, such as schizophrenia or schizoaffective disorder, can occur alongside substance use disorders. Substance misuse may be an attempt to self-medicate or manage symptoms of hallucinations, delusions, or disorganized thinking.
It’s important to note that dual diagnoses can vary significantly among veterans, and each individual’s situation is unique. Seeking professional help and a comprehensive assessment is crucial to accurately identify and address the specific dual diagnoses experienced by veterans, facilitating appropriate treatment and support.