Treatment Centers in 92127

Virtual Reality Medical Center
Treatment Center, PhD, MBA, BCB, BCN
Verified
San Diego, CA 92127  (Online Only)
Using the latest tools and technologies, such as Virtual Reality, combined with traditional Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Biofeedback, we individualize treatment to serve each client's unique needs. With over 25 years of experience, we use clinically validated protocols and tools to empower you and teach you skill sets that transfer from the clinical setting to real life situations. Licensed clinicians in California, Virginia and Belgium, offering telehealth sessions currently. We also offer Virtual Reality via telehealth. Please email to schedule an appointment.
Using the latest tools and technologies, such as Virtual Reality, combined with traditional Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Biofeedback, we individualize treatment to serve each client's unique needs. With over 25 years of experience, we use clinically validated protocols and tools to empower you and teach you skill sets that transfer from the clinical setting to real life situations. Licensed clinicians in California, Virginia and Belgium, offering telehealth sessions currently. We also offer Virtual Reality via telehealth. Please email to schedule an appointment.
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San Diego Comprehensive Treatment Center
Treatment Center
San Diego, CA 92127
San Diego Comprehensive Treatment Center (CTC) serves adults age 18 and older who are suffering from opioid addictions. We offer medication-assisted treatment — also known as MAT — which combines prescription medication and counseling to help people stop opioid use and lay a foundation for lasting recovery. The medications provided through MAT can help relieve the challenging symptoms associated with opioid withdrawal, making it easier for patients to successfully navigate withdrawal and focus on recovery. By receiving medication through a MAT program, people can also gain the mental clarity they may need to participate fully in treatment. MAT is research-supported and recommended for opioid addiction treatment by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA). In addition to supporting the physical and emotional elements of recovery, it can improve a person’s social functioning and help them remain in treatment.
San Diego Comprehensive Treatment Center (CTC) serves adults age 18 and older who are suffering from opioid addictions. We offer medication-assisted treatment — also known as MAT — which combines prescription medication and counseling to help people stop opioid use and lay a foundation for lasting recovery. The medications provided through MAT can help relieve the challenging symptoms associated with opioid withdrawal, making it easier for patients to successfully navigate withdrawal and focus on recovery. By receiving medication through a MAT program, people can also gain the mental clarity they may need to participate fully in treatment. MAT is research-supported and recommended for opioid addiction treatment by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA). In addition to supporting the physical and emotional elements of recovery, it can improve a person’s social functioning and help them remain in treatment.
(619) 439-1876 View (619) 439-1876
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Newport Academy
Treatment Center
San Diego, CA 92127
Newport Academy offers treatment for teens between the ages of 12-17. Our integrated approach treats the trauma and attachment wounds underlying teen mental health and behavioral issues, such as anxiety, depression, & eating disorders. We address these root causes through comprehensive, solution-focused treatment that involves the entire family in the healing process. To support our teens and their families in achieving long-term, sustainable healing, our clinical model takes into account every aspect of a teen’s well-being—physical, psychological, relational, educational, and spiritual—so they can thrive when they return home to their families, schools, and communities. Moreover, we are committed to ongoing research on the efficacy of our treatment. To ensure that our care is truly evidence-based, we track a variety of treatment goals and commission rigorous third-party evaluations of our programming. Data gathered on our outcomes using industry-approved measurement tools shows consistent positive results in measures of well-being, depression, and anxiety, with patients’ improvements, on average, exceeding levels of clinical significance.
Newport Academy offers treatment for teens between the ages of 12-17. Our integrated approach treats the trauma and attachment wounds underlying teen mental health and behavioral issues, such as anxiety, depression, & eating disorders. We address these root causes through comprehensive, solution-focused treatment that involves the entire family in the healing process. To support our teens and their families in achieving long-term, sustainable healing, our clinical model takes into account every aspect of a teen’s well-being—physical, psychological, relational, educational, and spiritual—so they can thrive when they return home to their families, schools, and communities. Moreover, we are committed to ongoing research on the efficacy of our treatment. To ensure that our care is truly evidence-based, we track a variety of treatment goals and commission rigorous third-party evaluations of our programming. Data gathered on our outcomes using industry-approved measurement tools shows consistent positive results in measures of well-being, depression, and anxiety, with patients’ improvements, on average, exceeding levels of clinical significance.
(714) 627-4163 View (714) 627-4163
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Confidential Recovery
Treatment Center, BHC, SME
Verified
San Diego, CA 92127
Confidential...it's what we are a good at. Confidential, competent treatment for your addiction. We work with adults and treat you like an adult. We are client-focused, treating everyone with respect as they navigate the world of treatment. Having a challenging career is hard enough without having to give up everything to seek treatment. Our program runs primarily in the evening so we can work with your schedule. We specialize in helping working adults, first responders, and veterans, and have veteran peer counselors on staff. You don't have to hit rock bottom with you career - let us help first!
Confidential...it's what we are a good at. Confidential, competent treatment for your addiction. We work with adults and treat you like an adult. We are client-focused, treating everyone with respect as they navigate the world of treatment. Having a challenging career is hard enough without having to give up everything to seek treatment. Our program runs primarily in the evening so we can work with your schedule. We specialize in helping working adults, first responders, and veterans, and have veteran peer counselors on staff. You don't have to hit rock bottom with you career - let us help first!
(619) 937-3885 View (619) 937-3885
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Escondido Comprehensive Treatment Center
Treatment Center
San Diego, CA 92127
Escondido Comprehensive Treatment Center (CTC), located in Escondido, California, provides medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for adults age 18 and older who are struggling with opioid addictions. MAT takes a comprehensive approach to opioid addiction treatment by utilizing prescription medication and counseling to support recovery. Extensive research confirms the effectiveness of MAT, and respected organizations like the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) endorse MAT as a treatment for opioid addictions. At Escondido CTC, we provide prescriptions for methadone, buprenorphine, Suboxone, and Vivitrol. These medications offer relief from distressing withdrawal symptoms and cravings, allowing patients to focus fully on their recovery. In individual therapy, you will have the opportunity to engage in one-on-one conversations with a skilled counselor. These sessions can help you address the complex psychological aspects of opioid use disorder and gain relapse prevention skills.
Escondido Comprehensive Treatment Center (CTC), located in Escondido, California, provides medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for adults age 18 and older who are struggling with opioid addictions. MAT takes a comprehensive approach to opioid addiction treatment by utilizing prescription medication and counseling to support recovery. Extensive research confirms the effectiveness of MAT, and respected organizations like the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) endorse MAT as a treatment for opioid addictions. At Escondido CTC, we provide prescriptions for methadone, buprenorphine, Suboxone, and Vivitrol. These medications offer relief from distressing withdrawal symptoms and cravings, allowing patients to focus fully on their recovery. In individual therapy, you will have the opportunity to engage in one-on-one conversations with a skilled counselor. These sessions can help you address the complex psychological aspects of opioid use disorder and gain relapse prevention skills.
(442) 245-8272 View (442) 245-8272

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