Sober Spot Recovery is an outpatient facility providing intensive as well as secondary treatment for individuals struggling with addiction. While many substance abuse treatment programs offer limited real world interaction, Sober Spot Recovery’s outpatient based treatment allows individuals to attend to all academic and vocational obligations while receiving care. Services include an initial psychiatric consultation and medical assessment, individual, group and family therapies, a range of addiction education classes, daily 12-Step meetings, relapse prevention meetings, and extensive aftercare support resources. Sober Spot Recovery emphasizes mental health in the treatment of addiction, providing thorough dual diagnosis services for those suffering from co-occurring disorders.
Alan has been working in recovery for three years and loves everything about it. Before arriving to California, he worked in healthcare and hospitals for 3 years. Opening up a treatment center has been a dream come true for Alan. He wants others to experience the promises and the life changes that he did. Having the time of his life in recovery, he knows you can too. He looks forward to meeting all of you on a more personal level so he can share the recovery message with you and your families.More
Internal Medicine Physician who provides long-term, comprehensive care in the office and the hospital, managing both common and complex illness of adolescents, adults who Specializes in Addiction.More
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