Dana Point Rehab Campus

by Ethan Alexander
(Dana Point, CA, USA)

Dana Point Rehab Campus is an exclusive alcohol and drug residential treatment facility, located along the beautiful shores of Orange County, California. Our licensed and accredited treatment programs are designed to individualize treatment for each client, including complex issues such as dual diagnosis and Co-Occuring Disorders. Services include medical detox, inpatient rehab, intensive outpatient therapy (PHP & IOP), and residential treatment (RTC.) All staff members are licensed and build out plans

Amenities include ocean views, comfortable rooms, healthy meals, fitness programs/swimming, yoga/meditation, and personal concierge by staff.

Our continuum of care allows us to provide a personalized approach using serious neurobiological science, leading edge medically assisted therapies, and treatment by compassionate professionals.

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