Harm reduction and Narcan presentation for the Grammy’s nonprofit, Musicares on 1/17/19 from 11 AM- 1 PM. Hosted by Pacific Solstice, CCAPP, and Musicares.
The leading reputable drug rehab and alcohol treatment center in Orange County, California, Pacific Solstice connects individuals facing addiction to customized treatment programs focused on long-term success. We’re not like other Orange County treatment centers that cycle patients through a revolving door. At Pacific Solstice, we genuinely care about you and your recovery.
As part of our people-focused treatment program, you’ll work with qualified, ethical, professional therapists who have advanced degrees and decades of experience helping people recover from addiction — for life. More than a drug and alcohol addiction treatment center, we are a small, supportive community of therapists and counselors who are deeply passionate about helping patients return to their lives, families, and friends.Get help: (949) 200-7929
Our customized drug rehab and alcohol addiction treatment programs include:
You don’t have to. At Pacific Solstice, we make sure no one falls through the cracks. We believe that with the right customized treatment, support, and pathway, every individual has the ability and the right to recover from addiction. And thrive in life.
Pacific Solstice is staffed entirely by Board-certified addiction psychiatrists and licensed therapists with advanced degrees. We understand that addiction is a complex mental health disorder that affects the brain’s functions and the way people behave. We also know that like a disease, substance use disorder can be effectively treated with the right approach.
Our intensive outpatient program (IOP) offers recovering alcoholics and addicts needed structure while allowing them to continue living at home, close to family and friends. We base our rehab program on evidence-based practices that combine leading-edge treatments, individual and group therapy, and proven 12-step support. Program participants gain a better understanding of the science behind and triggers for addiction. They also gain real-world tools to stay clean and sober once their program is complete.
Recovery is about more than sobriety. It’s also about regaining your mental wellbeing, as well as your life. Certified by the Department of Health Care Services, Pacific Solstice is recognized by the American Society of Addiction Medicine as a Dual Diagnosis Capable Outpatient Treatment Center. That means we’re uniquely qualified to treat not only substance use disorder but the mental health and behavioral issues — such as anxiety, depression, and stress — that accompany and complicate addiction.
Addiction impacts individuals, and the people who love them. As part of our unique approach to treating drug and alcohol addiction, we also look at the affects of substance abuse on the entire family. By working to strengthen and repair those relationships, we help families become whole and healthy again so that they can play a positive, active role in their loved one’s long-term recovery.
To promote successful long-term recovery and sobriety, we customize treatment plans for every individual in our program, based on each person’s unique situation, needs, and goals. Your journey at Pacific Solstice is unique to you or your loved one. It won’t always be easy, but we’re committed to making your path to recovery empowering, life-changing, and yes, even fun.
Some individuals may need to undergo detox to address their physical addictions before they can successfully begin recovery. This is especially true of individuals who have become addicted to alcohol; opiates like heroin, oxycodone, and fentanyl; as well as anti-anxiety medications like Xanax.
To meet the needs of these patients, Pacific Solstice partners with reputable, qualified, and licensed residential detox facilities that provide medical supervision as well as compassionate support during this critical first step to recovery. We carefully vet and select our detox providers, and work closely with insurance companies to maximize coverage for this care. We also carefully monitor each patient’s detox progress to ensure they’re receiving the best care possible in a comfortable, confidential setting.
We treat addiction for a wide range of substances including:
A Partial Hospital Program (PHP) may be suitable for individuals who are transitioning out of a full-time residential treatment setting, or have experienced a relapse in their recovery.
With a PHP, participants typically complete six hours of outpatient treatment a day for five days a week. Pacific Solstice offers a PHP option for those who need additional intensive treatment while continuing to live at home, close to family and friends.
Our accredited intensive outpatient program (IOP) combines the structure needed to stay on track in recovery, with the flexibility that allows individuals to live at home where they can benefit from the support of family and friends. Though more flexible, IOP has been shown to be just as effective as inpatient programs.
Suitable for individuals coming off detox or out of residential programs, as well as those facing first-time addiction, our IOP combines small, support group therapy sessions with individualized therapy and 12-step recovery program support. Participants typically complete three hours of onsite treatment and therapy three days a week at our comfortable, modern treatment center in Orange County.
During treatment, participants work on a wide range of areas that promote long-term sobriety and recovery, including:
To meet varying needs and goals, Pacific Solstice offers a range or alcohol and drug treatment program lengths:
We’ll work with you to find the right program length for your goals and long-term success.
Pacific Solstice is one of only a few drug rehab and addiction treatment centers in Orange County that offers Medication-Assisted Treatment or Therapy (MAT). One of the latest and most effective treatments for mental health and substance use disorders, MAT has been tested by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA).
MAT uses evidence-based practices and a whole-patient approach that combines pharmacological interventions with substance abuse counseling and support. MAT has shown promising results in controlling cravings, blocking the effects of certain drugs and alcohol, and returning body functions to normal. As such, MAT may be a good choice for individuals who struggle significantly with their addiction or who repeatedly relapse.
Our therapists will carefully determine whether MAT is the right treatment approach for you or your loved one. We’ll also closely monitor your progress and response to MAT to ensure it’s working.
At Pacific Solstice, we genuinely care about you and your recovery.
For individuals leaving full-time residential treatment, transitioning back to the real world can be jarring. Without the proper support, structure, and ongoing treatment, those just starting on their recovery journey may find themselves falling into relapse.
Transitional living, also referred to as sober living, can help bridge the gap between residential and outpatient treatment. For those individuals who aren’t quite ready for a traditional outpatient program, Pacific Solstice offers a transitional living option in a comfortable, beautiful, and welcoming licensed live-in sober living residence in Orange County.
Run by qualified, highly trained, and ethical clinical staff, our transitional living residence combines the structure and support of inpatient treatment with the flexibility of outpatient care. Transitional living participants live in the residence Monday through Friday, under round-the-clock guidance of residential staff, while receiving day treatment. Over the weekend, participants are free to return to their homes, families, and friends.
While providing a structured environment that supports successful recovery, transitional living also allows residential staff to get to know participants and their daily routines. This in turn allows them to make better decisions about each individual’s customized plan of care and treatment.
Transitional living is well suited for young adults who benefit from the extra support and structure, but all of Pacific Solstice’s treatment programs can be combined with sober living. We’re happy to discuss whether transitional living is the right option for you and your recovery.
Addiction impacts not just the individual, but the entire family. To help family members better understand their loved one’s struggle with addiction and mental health, Pacific Solstice hosts free family support groups. These support groups provide a safe, confidential, and welcoming place to work out feelings of guilt, fears, frustrations, grief, and hope while connecting to other families undergoing similar journeys.
Pacific Solstice’s free family support groups meet every Tuesday from 6-7pm at our treatment center, located on:
23461 S. Pointe Drive, Suite 340
Laguna Hills, CA
We also offer free help with coordinating family interventions. To learn more, call (949) 200-7929.
Do I have to go to rehab? A Message to the Addict.
Don’t put your life on hold any longer. Call today to speak confidentially with a qualified Pacific Solstice counselor from our Orange County treatment center.
We’ll help you take the next step toward putting your life back together. You don’t have to give up hope. And you don’t have to take this journey alone. Recovery starts with a simple phone call.
Families of loved ones struggling with addiction and mental health issues need help too. Join our supportive group of family members who come together to share experiences and find common ground. Open to all, this free support group in Orange County meets every Tuesday from 6-7pm at:
23461 So. Pointe Dr., Suite 340
Laguna Hills, CA 92653
At Pacific Solstice, we believe quality mental health services and addiction treatment should be accessible and affordable. We accept a wide range of PPO insurance providers, including the ones listed below. At this time, we do not accept Drug Medi-cal, Medicare, or Medicaid.