San Diego Addiction Treatment Center (SDATC), which is owned and operated by American Addiction Centers (AAC), provides addiction rehab for men struggling with alcohol or drug addiction. SDATC looks at each client as a unique person with distinct needs, stressors, and strengths in the context of their addiction, which can often be complicated with another mental health issue such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, or PTSD. Following comprehensive medical and psychological assessment, SDATC assigns a level of care and work with our clients on a personalized treatment plan. We provide compassionate, empathetic, and innovative addiction care through quality, research-based programs.
Gil Carmona has over 25 years of behavioral healthcare experience with an extensive background in executive management, consultation and direct service. His specialties include administration, marketing, new business development, joint ventures, program management, curriculum development, fundraising, grant writing, staff development, in-service training, and public speaking.More
Sean O'Neill, a marriage and family therapist with a master’s degree in counseling from Cal State University, Long Beach, oversees the Outpatient Services for AAC Southern California, which includes San Diego Addiction Treatment Center and Resolutions San Diego as well as Resolutions Laguna in Laguna Hills, CA. O'Neill joined the AAC family as part of the original staff hired to launch the opening of Laguna Treatment Hospital in June of 2016, serving as a therapist before becoming the Director of Outpatient Services in November of 2017. Prior to joining AAC, O'Neill was a therapist with Solid Landings Behavioral Health in Costa Mesa, CA, which served dual diagnosis clients with primary chemical dependency diagnoses. O'Neill has also been a Case Manager for Boys Republic Treatment Facility for Troubled Youth in Chino Hills, CA as well as a Community Outreach Director and Teacher for OC Therapeutic Arts Center in Santa Ana, CA.More
Robert Bliss is an International Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (ICADC) as well as a CADC-II. He has been with American Addiction Centers for 7.5 years, and has been clean and working an active 12-step program for 10 years. After struggling with addiction for about 30 years, Bliss tapped into his passion to help others and worked his way up from a driver to the Program Supervisor. Born and raised in San Diego, Bliss is “all about teaching these residents how to face life on life’s terms without using or drinking, giving themselves a chance at a new life, and encouraging them to strive for success.” Bliss oversees day to day programming, supervises BHT staff in their roles with clients, handles crisis intervention as needed, and works closely with upper management for the creation and implementation of policies and procedures.More
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