Keystone Recovery Network is a safe and nurturing environment where the process of healing may begin. A luxury home environment located in the hills above Santa Barbara. We provide effective alcohol and drug addiction rehabilitation, detox unmatched services that foster deep and lasting recovery. We believe in compassionate care with a supportive infrastructure. We provide evidenced based therapies including but not limited to: Trauma informed CBT, and DBT. We teach our patients about the neurological and physiological underpinnings of alcohol and drug addiction. We help heal the underlying causes of addiction by creating a community where healing can happen and the patient can begin to practice self-acceptance, self-care and ultimately, self-love.
Stan Speck is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with over 30 years of treatment experience including individual, couples and family therapy. He has worked extensively with co-occurring disorders and knows the impact substance use can have on individuals, significant others and the community.More
Dee has worked in the field of addiction and mental health treatment for more than twenty years. She knows addiction with the deepest intimacy and believes that recovery is possible by reviving hope, inspiring change and adding more love.More
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