SBT&D, Residential homes are in Southern California and provides all levels of care (Detox, RT, PHP, and IOP). Our homes located in Murrieta, California, offer a program for men and women. Our locations provide nurturing atmospheres, caring staff members, and individualized treatment plans.
I have been working in treatment for 10 years and really enjoy helping people with drug and alcohol issues to make positive change in their lives. I have multiple years of experience as a counselor and offers many types of services from individual and group counseling, education, crisis intervention, grief and loss, parenting and much more. I also bring to the table, a profound sense of spirituality, happiness and wellness that becomes contagious and I believe that the best teachers, lead by example.More
Dr. Matthew Wayment is a graduate of Hemet High School. Who served a 2 year mission in Guatemala, Honduras, and Belize. Dr. Matthew Wayment graduated from the University of Utah in 2003 and completed medical school and residency at the University of Louisville in Kentucky. Dr. Matthew Wayment returned to Hemet and has joined the Family Seniors Medical Group. Dr. Matthew Wayment enjoys spending his time outdoors hiking, camping, fishing, hunting, just to name a few.More
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