Chapters Offers a Flexible Treatment Approach Making Addiction Treatment Unique to Each Individual
Beat Your Addiction Today With The Help Of Chapters Capistrano!
Flexible Individual Treatment Approach for Addiction to Drugs & Alcohol
There is no wrong way to get sober, and we believe that treatment should be tailored to each client. The recovery process is different for every individual, so an addiction treatment plan should be tailored specifically to each person.
While drug and alcohol treatment centers are often based on the 12-Step philosophy of Alcoholics Anonymous, you may choose your preferred treatment approach at Chapters. Many prefer the traditional philosophy of treatment, but for others, different treatment modalities (or a combination of several) can prove to be the winning formula for sobriety. That’s why our staff gives you the option of choosing a 12-Step, or Non 12-Step approach to treatment. We are equipped to handle your recovery process on an individual level, as well as through meetings that fit your needs.
We are proud to provide these features:
Six private rooms to ensure that those who wish to approach recovery with privacy and solitude are able to do so.
Intensive, one-on-one counseling sessions with professionals best equipped to meet your needs are provided. Whether that means addiction specialists, marriage and family counselors, general therapists, or a psychiatrist, your therapy needs will be tailored to you.
Detox at Chapters can be completed as a part of a longer treatment or through a standalone 1-2 week detox program, depending on your specific needs.
A flexible length of stay is provided. Though 30-45 days is typical, we are pleased to work with clients to develop a plan both convenient and effective for you. If you are in need of seven days of detox, or a lengthier, 90 day stay, we are open to your needs.
Our pricing is honest and upfront, with no hidden charges or secret costs.
As a dual diagnosis facility, we treat co-occurring addiction and underlying conditions, such as depression, anxiety, PTSD, and other mental health disorders. We employ Cognitive Behavioral therapy, as well as introduce SMART Recovery, and AA to clients, depending on preference. Group sessions are an integral part of our treatment program, as are intensive one-on-one sessions with our psychiatrist, therapist and counselors. Through this personalized process, our clients can find the combination of treatment approaches that works best.
To discuss Chapters’ flexible treatment approach to drug and alcohol addiction, call one of our counselors today at 1-949-371-4198.
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What Chapters Capistrano Has to Offer
Private rooms and a small client base allow our patients to focus on sobriety and health on their own individual terms. Our maximum occupancy is six clients at a time, and our spacious facility makes our environment inviting for those who desire a more secluded setting for recovery.
Our individualized treatment services are tailored specifically to each of our clients. We’ll develop your individual plan to include services you prefer, including spiritual or non-spiritual approaches, personal or group sessions, 12-step or non-12-step programs, and much more.
Though 30 days is the average, we know that some clients may need more or less time in treatment. We are always happy to accommodate based on individual treatment needs. Whether you’re in need of 7 days of detox or 90 days of treatment, our schedule is open to you.