- Recovery – It’s a Beautiful Thing New Found Life is located in a beautiful area overlooking the ocean, providing a serene setting that is conducive to recovery. Although chemical dependence is the primary diagnosis for all our clients, our comprehensive, no-nonsense program of recovery includes psychiatric care, individual and group counseling, individual therapy, education, life skills training, yoga classes, planned recreation, in house 12-Step meetings, and a growth schedule based on all aspects of recovery. Since evidence based research shows that the longer a person stays in treatment the better their chance for lasting recovery, we offer several different levels of treatment designed to give the optimum of care with a gradual reentry into the challenges of living life on life’s terms. We offer Residential (primary and extended), Outpatient and Sober Living Programs. We are very proud of our nationally recognized monthly Family Program. This family weekend is a great opportunity for family members to receive information about the nature of addiction and its effects on the family. The weekend consists of multi-family groups, an educational forum, equine therapy, 12-Step meetings, and off-site pass time with family members. There is also the opportunity to schedule individual family counseling.
- DRUG AND ALCOHOL REHAB PROGRAMS 12 South Recovery’s Dual Diagnosis Drug and Alcohol Treatment Program offers step down levels of care beginning with Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP), followed by Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) and then Outpatient Programming (OP). Each phase is structured according to the needs of the individual and allows for a slight reduction in structure each time, with a gradual acclimation back to life and society, while still maintaining a strong focus on recovery.
- 301 Main St
92648Phone: 844-392-8342ACCREDITED & NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED Detox – Outpatient – Residential Wavelengths Recovery earned the Behavioral Health accreditation from The Joint Commission, the premier healthcare quality improvement and accrediting body in the nation. Fewer than 20% of Behavioral Health Care Organizations are The Joint Commission accredited.