Victoria’s House residential treatment program is a fully licensed and accredited program located in Santa Monica, California. Nested blocks from the beach, our clients are given access to a wide variety of recovery resources in a community that is engaging, comfortable, and feels like home.
RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT IS A LIVE-IN PROGRAM AND CLIENTS ENJOY THE FOLLOWING AMENITIES:
PSYCHODYNAMIC GROUP THERAPY
DIALECTICAL BEHAVIORAL THERAPY
GROUP PROCESS THERAPY
COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY
12-STEP INVOLVEMENT, SMART RECOVERY, BUDDHIST/REFUGE RECOVERY OR OTHER SELF-HELP PROGRAM
Victoria’s House in addition to providing detox and residential treatment options, also understands that recovery is an integrative process meant to be a part of one’s life, therefore we offer outpatient treatment options at varying levels of commitment. Partial Hospitalization (PHP), Intensive Outpatient (IOP) and Outpatient (OP) programs are all offered here at Victoria’s House.
Partial Hospitalization is the level of care with the most containment and highest time commitment within that is not a residential program. Clients have access to the same treatment opportunities that our residential clients do, but do not live on premises.
Intensive Outpatient is one step down from PHP, offering access to many therapeutic services with more flexibility in scheduling allowing for clients to participate in treatment while beginning to reintegrate into the world around them.
Outpatient is the level of care with the lowest time commitment required. Clients can come to a few groups a week, continue to engage in individual therapy, all while working full-time, going to school, or doing whatever regular activities their lives require yet still being tethered to a community and treatment program. Outpatient treatment is a great option for those individuals who have completed a residential treatment program, are currently residing in a sober environment and want or need additional support, or for anyone in their recovery process who is in need of some structure and containment.
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