Treatment Programs

Significant life changes take time and hard work. There are no shortcuts, magic or easy ways to overcome the lure of alcohol, heroin, cocaine, marijuana or any other forms of substance abuse. Change involves working through anger, pain, embarrassment, and the fears that ultimately would lead to relapse. From the day they are admitted, our residents begin learning the tools and skills necessary to maintain sobriety.

Core Curriculum:

Life Skills

These groups focus on day to day social and life skills. As the result of years of alcohol and drug abuse many chemically dependent people have failed to develop successful living skills.  These groups enable residents to practice life skills that will facilitate their ability to live sober, successful lives.

Relapse Prevention

Specific techniques are taught on how to live and enjoy a sober lifestyle.  The resident learns how to identify individual triggers that lead to relapse and receives help and suggestions on how to come through these situations sober.  The focus is on behavior and how to affect positive change.

Treatment Goals

This group promotes consistent individual involvement in their treatment process.  Residents identify treatment goals and assess their progress as they proceed through the program.  Each week, individual goals will be established and specific techniques for reaching these goals identified.

Group Therapy

These groups provide a forum for residents to resolve underlying emotional issues that may stand in the way of recovery. On an individual basis, specific behaviors, past beliefs and habits are discussed and by using the group process, effective problem solving techniques promote the development of new and productive ways to handle difficult situations.

Anger Management

Current methods of dealing with anger and their outcome are examined.  Using the group process, residents learn new and more effective ways to manage anger.  Through role play and assignments, they have an opportunity to test and refine their new skills.

Treatment Description

Sunrise Recovery Ranch is a small, intimate treatment center.  Unlike many hospitals or institutional settings, we have a beautiful ranch house with a pool outside the sliding glass doors. Situated on acres of rolling greens and a pasture for the Equine Therapy horses, the residents truly feel like they are at home rather than in a treatment center.

The 30 day program provides a highly structured and supportive environment.  The goal of recovery is long term sobriety.  One of the most effective tools of recovery and sobriety is the supportive network of the 12-step programs. With this in mind, individuals also attend 12-step meetings in the community under supervision as well as meetings “in-house” that are attended by persons in the AA community.

Contributing to the process of addiction recovery is our highly skilled staff, many of whom are in recovery themselves and can share their special insights into the healing process.  Working as a team, they create an environment within which residents begin to understand, address and recover from a wide range of personal issues affected by the addiction such as family and social relationships, school, work, health, and spirituality.

The Family Program is managed by the main Sober Living By The Sea center and situated in the Corporate Beach House in Newport Beach.  The resident participates in the three day program after completion of the initial 30 days at Sunrise Recovery Ranch. However, if there is a need before that time, we will bring the family out at the three week juncture to participate in group counseling.

Sunrise Recovery Ranch also provides residents with a number of 90 day Extended Care options.  These include Sober Living by the Sea’s highly acclaimed academic T.E.A.C.H Program, Working Residential, Reflections and its Intensive Outpatient Program.

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