The Camp Recovery Center

3192 Glen Canyon Road, Scotts Valley, California, 95066

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Located in the tranquility of the Santa Cruz redwoods, The Camp Recovery Center provides highly structured treatment for adults and adolescents who are struggling with an addiction to drugs and/or alcohol. The motto here is “recovery means life.” The goal for this holistic, multi-modality treatment program is to help clients regain an appreciation for the pleasures of a healthy lifestyle, free from the restraints of chemical dependency.

Facility Highlights

  • Holistic Drug Rehabilitation
  • Family Programs
  • Aftercare

Specialization

  • Detoxification Programs
    At The Camp, during the admissions process, there will be a thorough screening to analyze how acute the chemical dependency is. Often, the first step on the road to recovery may be to begin a drug or alcohol detoxification process. The primary goal of detoxification is physical stabilization and comfort under the supervision of our staff.

Facility Settings

  • Wilderness

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jvl

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The Camp was great for my daughter's recovery. The only issues were hassles with getting Optum to cover the treatment fully, and the Camp did not help that much; it took me more than a year to get reimbursed. The Camp is effective, but seemingly primarily an income-generating business.

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This was one of the biggest scams I've ever experienced. My son went there, he was treated with total disdain and contemp. I had numerous conversation with the camp's councilors, They were almost all incompetent and clueless. My son broke a rule by having his iPod with him. Music can and is very rehabilitative. When they discovered his IPod, they literally kicked him out, put his belongings in a trash bag and dumped him at the local McDonalds. I kid you not. Please DO NOT take a loved one to this facility. They care about one thing, getting as much money from you as they can. They hurt my son much more than they helped, We later found a real rehab center, not an incompetent institution like the camp, and my son has been sober for three years. The state should close this terrible place down.

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I loved the Camp, I had to come off Alcohol, Opiates, Barbs and pot. The nurses are the best! I would recommend the Camp to anyone who is struggling. You might not dig it when your going through it but you will look back with nothing but good memories. Where else can you get acupuncture and yoga?

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Strength: pretty setting Fend for yourself! My benzo treatment was inappropriate, I was very sick and still forced to go to meetings. Etc

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My partner spent time at The Camp 20 years ago. Yup, it\'s rehab. No way to make it a walk in the park. But that stay did turn his life around. He passed from liver disease 4 years ago, but he was clean and sober for a long time. The Camp didn\'t make this happen--he chose to make this happen--but The Camp pointed him in the right direction. Thank you.
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