Treatment Centers in Humboldt County, CA

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Vantage Point Center for Psychotherapy
Treatment Center, PhD
Verified Verified
Arcata, CA 95518
At Vantage Point, we specialize in the treatment of Anxiety, OCD, Eating Disorders, LGBTOIQ clients, Psychological Assessment and Trauma. Though each of our specialists is unique in her approach, we are all grounded in the belief that connection is an integral part of the healing process. We value compassion, equality, sincerity, and the belief that all individuals have it within themselves to grow and heal from whatever challenge that brings a person into therapy. We also know that collaboration is extremely important and as such, we work closely with our clients to understand and empower them to meet their goals. Our approach to therapy is holistic and integrative. We customize our treatment methods to meet the unique needs, presenting issue, and personality of each client. Research has shown that certain treatments are empirically supported for different disorders, therefore, we integrate the treatments that are most effective (i.e., ERP, CBT, ACT) into our comprehensive plans. We acknowledge that a person's history, environment, culture, and family of origin can influence a person's current state and exploring this history can be an important part of the healing process.
At Vantage Point, we specialize in the treatment of Anxiety, OCD, Eating Disorders, LGBTOIQ clients, Psychological Assessment and Trauma. Though each of our specialists is unique in her approach, we are all grounded in the belief that connection is an integral part of the healing process. We value compassion, equality, sincerity, and the belief that all individuals have it within themselves to grow and heal from whatever challenge that brings a person into therapy. We also know that collaboration is extremely important and as such, we work closely with our clients to understand and empower them to meet their goals. Our approach to therapy is holistic and integrative. We customize our treatment methods to meet the unique needs, presenting issue, and personality of each client. Research has shown that certain treatments are empirically supported for different disorders, therefore, we integrate the treatments that are most effective (i.e., ERP, CBT, ACT) into our comprehensive plans. We acknowledge that a person's history, environment, culture, and family of origin can influence a person's current state and exploring this history can be an important part of the healing process.
(916) 741-5381 View (916) 741-5381
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Adolescent Residential Treatment for Depression
Treatment Center
Verified Verified
Eureka, CA 95502
At Evolve Gilroy, we provide the highest caliber of evidence-based residential treatment for adolescents 12-17 struggling with depression, anxiety, substance abuse, ADHD, self-harming or high-risk behaviors, suicidality, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder, Conduct Disorder, and other emotional/behavioral issues. Our primary modes of treatment are Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. At Evolve, we believe treatment works best when it is individually tailored. Our clinical staff conducts a comprehensive evaluation of each teen pre- and post-admission in order to develop a customized, highly detailed treatment plan that is constantly updated based on treatment progress. Our robust clinical program includes individual and family therapy; weekly psychiatry; daily academic support; and groups on DBT Skills Training, Anger Management, Relapse Prevention, & Seeking Safety. Teens also participate in experiential therapies (e.g. equine, music, art, fitness, cooking, yoga, and meditation) as well as 12-Step/SMART Recovery programs for those struggling with dual diagnoses.  
At Evolve Gilroy, we provide the highest caliber of evidence-based residential treatment for adolescents 12-17 struggling with depression, anxiety, substance abuse, ADHD, self-harming or high-risk behaviors, suicidality, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder, Conduct Disorder, and other emotional/behavioral issues. Our primary modes of treatment are Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. At Evolve, we believe treatment works best when it is individually tailored. Our clinical staff conducts a comprehensive evaluation of each teen pre- and post-admission in order to develop a customized, highly detailed treatment plan that is constantly updated based on treatment progress. Our robust clinical program includes individual and family therapy; weekly psychiatry; daily academic support; and groups on DBT Skills Training, Anger Management, Relapse Prevention, & Seeking Safety. Teens also participate in experiential therapies (e.g. equine, music, art, fitness, cooking, yoga, and meditation) as well as 12-Step/SMART Recovery programs for those struggling with dual diagnoses.  
(844) 319-5304 View (844) 319-5304
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Solara Veterans Exclusive Mental Health Program
Treatment Center
Not Verified Not Verified
Eureka, CA 95501
Veterans - Get the treatment and healing you deserve, today! Private Studios and Private Treatment Offices for Maximum Safety and Wellness. Premier Veterans Only Psychological Treatment Program. Pets Accepted (space available). You deserve to live the best life possible, free of the destructive and painful symptoms of mental illness that is experienced by so many Veterans. Come to our program and become the best version of yourself for you and for your loved ones. Our highly experienced and empathetic treatment team has created a Veterans Exclusive in-residence mental health treatment program designed with programming and care specifically directed to Veterans. To achieve this, you need the optimal environment in which to heal, which we provide. Deluxe seaside location with beautiful facilities. Enjoy our beautiful, serene coastal facility and heal with like-minded Veterans and staff. We want to help you - Call us today 844.600.9747 JCAHO Accredited. Pets Accepted (space A). VA contracted (TriWest).
Veterans - Get the treatment and healing you deserve, today! Private Studios and Private Treatment Offices for Maximum Safety and Wellness. Premier Veterans Only Psychological Treatment Program. Pets Accepted (space available). You deserve to live the best life possible, free of the destructive and painful symptoms of mental illness that is experienced by so many Veterans. Come to our program and become the best version of yourself for you and for your loved ones. Our highly experienced and empathetic treatment team has created a Veterans Exclusive in-residence mental health treatment program designed with programming and care specifically directed to Veterans. To achieve this, you need the optimal environment in which to heal, which we provide. Deluxe seaside location with beautiful facilities. Enjoy our beautiful, serene coastal facility and heal with like-minded Veterans and staff. We want to help you - Call us today 844.600.9747 JCAHO Accredited. Pets Accepted (space A). VA contracted (TriWest).
(949) 531-7606 View (949) 531-7606
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Newport Academy
Treatment Center
Verified Verified
Eureka, CA 95503
Rather than simply addressing symptoms and behaviors, Newport’s clinical model achieves sustainable healing by treating the underlying trauma and attachment wounds that manifest as anxiety, depression, mood disorders, and co-occurring issues such as substance abuse, self-harm, and eating disorders. We use a documented and outcomes-validated treatment model with standardized protocols, session goals, and group curriculum. In addition, we recognize that family involvement is key, and our model shifts the focus from the patient as the “problem” to the family as the solution. Our philosophy of care builds secure attachment for clients to safely be vulnerable, to explore interests, discover passions, and gain meaning, purpose, and insight to replace high-risk behaviors.
Rather than simply addressing symptoms and behaviors, Newport’s clinical model achieves sustainable healing by treating the underlying trauma and attachment wounds that manifest as anxiety, depression, mood disorders, and co-occurring issues such as substance abuse, self-harm, and eating disorders. We use a documented and outcomes-validated treatment model with standardized protocols, session goals, and group curriculum. In addition, we recognize that family involvement is key, and our model shifts the focus from the patient as the “problem” to the family as the solution. Our philosophy of care builds secure attachment for clients to safely be vulnerable, to explore interests, discover passions, and gain meaning, purpose, and insight to replace high-risk behaviors.
(530) 456-2651 View (530) 456-2651
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Newport Institute
Treatment Center
Not Verified Not Verified
Eureka, CA 95503
The cost of treatment is one of the biggest obstacles in accessing care—and it doesn’t have to be. Many families don’t seek treatment because they don’t realize that affordable mental healthcare is an option. As recently as 20 years ago, clients were forced to pay out of pocket for mental health and substance abuse treatment. Today, many insurance payers cover outpatient and residential treatment programs, and they are much more willing to provide coverage when they know a program offers safe, effective, and clinically driven treatment. To support families in their efforts to access quality adolescent treatment, Newport Institute works with leading providers of healthcare insurance to provide financing options. We have built collaborative relationships with a wide range of healthcare payers, and are adding new In-Network partners on an ongoing basis. In addition, we excel in negotiating Single Case Agreements to allow coverage by out-of-network insurers. Our goal is to optimize the benefit coverage for families who are seeking affordable residential treatment or outpatient care.
The cost of treatment is one of the biggest obstacles in accessing care—and it doesn’t have to be. Many families don’t seek treatment because they don’t realize that affordable mental healthcare is an option. As recently as 20 years ago, clients were forced to pay out of pocket for mental health and substance abuse treatment. Today, many insurance payers cover outpatient and residential treatment programs, and they are much more willing to provide coverage when they know a program offers safe, effective, and clinically driven treatment. To support families in their efforts to access quality adolescent treatment, Newport Institute works with leading providers of healthcare insurance to provide financing options. We have built collaborative relationships with a wide range of healthcare payers, and are adding new In-Network partners on an ongoing basis. In addition, we excel in negotiating Single Case Agreements to allow coverage by out-of-network insurers. Our goal is to optimize the benefit coverage for families who are seeking affordable residential treatment or outpatient care.
(530) 927-5091 View (530) 927-5091
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Newport Academy Outpatient
Treatment Center
Verified Verified
Eureka, CA 95503
Rather than simply addressing symptoms and behaviors, Newport’s clinical model achieves sustainable healing by treating the underlying trauma and attachment wounds that manifest as anxiety, depression, mood disorders, and co-occurring issues such as substance abuse, self-harm, and eating disorders. We use a documented and outcomes-validated treatment model with standardized protocols, session goals, and group curriculum. In addition, we recognize that family involvement is key, and our model shifts the focus from the patient as the “problem” to the family as the solution. Our philosophy of care builds secure attachment for clients to safely be vulnerable, to explore interests, discover passions, and gain meaning, purpose, and insight to replace high-risk behaviors.
Rather than simply addressing symptoms and behaviors, Newport’s clinical model achieves sustainable healing by treating the underlying trauma and attachment wounds that manifest as anxiety, depression, mood disorders, and co-occurring issues such as substance abuse, self-harm, and eating disorders. We use a documented and outcomes-validated treatment model with standardized protocols, session goals, and group curriculum. In addition, we recognize that family involvement is key, and our model shifts the focus from the patient as the “problem” to the family as the solution. Our philosophy of care builds secure attachment for clients to safely be vulnerable, to explore interests, discover passions, and gain meaning, purpose, and insight to replace high-risk behaviors.
(916) 264-9706 View (916) 264-9706

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