ABOUT CLEAN AND SOBER DETOX
Located about 20 miles from Sacramento in Fair Oaks, Calif., Clean and Sober Detox operates a small residential detoxification program for adults looking to detox from any addictive substance, including alcohol, opiates, methadone, or Suboxone. According to a 2017 SAMHSA survey, 15 percent of rehabs in California offer detox in a residential setting.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
Clean and Sober Detox's website advertises a safe, confidential, and structured environment for clients to detox. The length of the program ranges from five to 15 days, depending on the type of addictive substance.
After two days in the detox facility, clients participate in four hours of daily activities which includes group sessions, educational videos on the disease of addiction and 12-step meetings.
If medically necessary, medication can be prescribed by an outside physician to alleviate withdrawal symptoms. Clients are supervised 24 hours a day during detox. Prior to discharge, counselors help clients plan their next step in recovery and set obtainable goals.
Although the facility's website does not give specific information on staff credentials and experience, it describes "qualified counselors." There is not a physician on staff, but the facility works with outside medical professionals. This facility is certified by the Joint Commission, a certification held by 13.9 percent of rehabs in California.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
Surrounded by trees, the detoxification facility resides in a serene, residential neighborhood. The small facility houses six clients at a time in private rooms and includes a laundry facility, living room, and dining room. There is no outside visitation while clients are in detox. According to a 2017 SAMHSA survey, the average capacity of residential rehab facilities in California is 30 clients at a time.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
Both alumni surveyed by Rehabs.com to date gave positive reviews. One reviewer, B.B., wrote in representative commentary: "It has just the right amount of program and time to rest." B.B. was also surveyed on more granular metrics and gave high ratings to most categories evaluated. They gave five stars to the cleanliness of the facility, affordability of the program, experience of the staff, and 12-step programming; four stars for the counseling options; and three stars to the exercise and leisure options as well as the treatment for co-occurring disorders.
Reviews on third-party review sites were mostly positive. On Google, seven reviewers contributed to an average rating of 4.4 out of five stars. On the facility's official Facebook, page, which staff may manage, 36 reviewers contributed to a rating of 4.4 out of five stars. On Yelp, four reviewers contributed to an average rating of four stars. In representative commentary, alum Lane wrote on Google, "This is the best place in town to start your recovery!" On CitHealth, however, the lone reviewer gave a one-star review.
WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY
Though Rehabs.com has yet to receive any feedback from friends or family of alumni, three loved ones on Google gave mixed reviews. Though one reviewer, John, gave just one star, the other two gave five-star ratings. Praising the facility, loved one Jerry wrote, "I put my son there to begin his journey to free himself from alcohol addiction. It is a great place, professional and understanding staff, they are concerned about their patients."
Clean and Sober Detox accepts several payment options, including some insurance plans, workers' compensation, Veterans Affairs medical care, and county funding. The price of treatment depends on the type of addiction.
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