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Substance Abuse Treatment in Orange County, CA

The professional team of women at  Casa Capri Recovery understand the journey through and out of addiction. Our all-female staff are experts in guiding women to a new way of living. We will assess every woman upon arrival to determine how advanced their illness has progressed and what their specific substance abuse treatment should be and what program level is right for her. Professionals at our Southern California inpatient substance abuse treatment center  make every effort to ensure our clients are comfortable and safe.

Casa Capri Recovery for women offers you the possibility of a life full of joy, purpose and love. We are skilled in the successful drug and alcohol addiction rehabilitation for women.

Substances of abuse commonly treated at our Newport Beach Rehabilitation Center:

Co-occurring Conditions:

Women struggling with alcohol or drug addiction may also be experiencing co-occurring conditions (also known as dual diagnosis) such as: depression, anxiety, unprocessed trauma, codependency, as well as relational & attachment issues.

 

These mental health disorders can complicate the recovery process and it is important for them to be identified and addressed during the substance abuse treatment experience.

 

Recover from substance abuse and co-occurring conditions with dual diagnosis rehabilitation in Orange County, California that supports a customized treatment plan for the following secondary conditions:

The term substance abuse indicates the early stages of alcohol or drug addiction. Substance abuse pertains to the stage in the disease process when a person begins using drugs and alcohol in an unhealthy manner. Frequency and quantity of use may escalate, and the user may begin to lose the power of choice.

“Addiction is a primary, chronic disease of brain reward, motivation, memory and related circuitry. Dysfunction in these circuits leads to characteristic biological, psychological, social and spiritual manifestations. This is reflected in an individual pathologically pursuing reward and/or relief by substance use and other behaviors.

Addiction is characterized by inability to consistently abstain, impairment in
behavioral control, craving, diminished recognition of significant problems with one’s behaviors and interpersonal relationships, and a dysfunctional emotional response. Like other chronic diseases, addiction often involves cycles of relapse and remission. Without treatment or engagement in recovery activities, addiction is progressive and can result in disability or premature death.”

~Definition of Addiction as defined by The American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) 2011

Addiction is a progressive disease in that it always gets worse, never better. In the case of women, the progression happens much more quickly. Women lack the ability to metabolize alcohol and drugs at the same rate as their male counterparts and because of other biological factors, require much less of the substance before experiencing adverse effects. Women are often faced with judgment and lack of understanding regarding their illness, and societal stigmas have historically negatively influenced a woman’s decision to seek out help for their condition.

 

Women suffering with substance use disorders often blame themselves and believe that they should be able to simply stop. Internalized shame and guilt associated with the disease perpetuate the cycle of addiction.

What Happens in Substance Abuse Treatment at our Newport Beach Rehab Facility?

Casa Capri Recovery’s addiction  treatment programs help build the skills and experiences needed to heal, mind, body, and spirit. We deliver a comprehensive, therapeutic, structured, and personalized treatment program. Our Detox Program and Residential Treatment Center for women is designed to give women the tools necessary to shift negative patterns, foster meaningful relationships, reach goals, and find lasting freedom from addiction.

Benefits of a Women-Only Substance Abuse Treatment Program

Both men and women can grapple with addiction. However, women face unique circumstances and challenges when it comes to overcoming addiction. Gender plays a major role in how and why addictions develop.  At the Casa Capri Recovery Newport Beach substance abuse treatment center for women, our rehab programs are tailored to the unique concerns and needs of women

 

This includes addressing underlying traumas and the complications that addiction can impose on parenting and maintaining relationships. Women’s only environments also promote an atmosphere of trust and understanding as participants can share their healing journeys alongside others facing similar challenges.

Our treatment strategies for substance abuse in women also consider gender-specific circumstances such as pregnancy and co-occurring mental health conditions.

Benefits of Attending Substance Abuse Treatment in Orange County, California

Casa Capri Recovery is a Newport Beach substance abuse treatment facility delivering women’s only drug and alcohol rehab services

Casa Capri Recovery’s coveted Newport Beach location is the best option for women seeking substance abuse treatment in Orange County. The coastal community of Newport Beach is an ideal location for substance use recovery and treatment. 

 

Newport Beach averages more than 275 days of sun per year. The superb climate combined with the impressive coastline and surrounding nature provides excellent conditions for year-round outdoor activities. The city’s pristine shoreline offers opportunities for water-based recreational activities that align with wellness and health.

The disease of addiction does not discriminate.
There are many factors which contribute to the onset and progression of the illness. Anyone can be afflicted. Anyone can recover.

woman holding lit up heart after substance abuse treatment at Casa Capri Recovery

Barriers to Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment for Women

While women are statistically less likely to abuse drugs and alcohol than men, women who do face more complex consequences from addiction. They also have more difficulty accessing care to treat substance abuse. There are many reasons for this gender-based disparity.

 

Gender norms and stigma

Many societies impose rigid expectations on women, especially mothers and caregivers. Women with substance abuse disorder are more likely to be stigmatized for their addiction than men. For this reason, many women hide their addictions.

 

Relationship issues

Women are far more affected by co-dependent substance use. Many women start using drugs or alcohol due to a relationship with an addict. Women are also less likely to enter or complete treatment if their partner is still using.

 

Legal repercussions

Parental substance abuse affects children, and addiction can be grounds for losing custody. Since women make up the vast majority of full-time or single caregivers, addiction can easily result in legal issues with child protective services.

 

Financial complications

 Substance use disorder has a detrimental effect on financial stability. Drug and alcohol abuse can impact a woman’s ability to earn an income. Women are already more likely to live in poverty, especially if they are raising children alone.

How to Overcome These Treatment Barriers With Expert Drug & Alcohol Abuse Rehabilitation Programs

Casa Capri Recovery acknowledges the very real obstacles that women battling with substance use disorder face in their treatment process. Our treatment strategies for substance abuse in women are tailored to the gender-specific needs of our clients. We offer an onsite alcohol detox facility and inpatient residential program that enable our clients to start their recovery journey discreetly and safely from the comfort of the serene Orange County coastline.

Frequently Asked Questions About Substance Addiction Treatment

Yes, as long as it is secondary to substance abuse, we provide dual diagnosis support from our Licensed Therapist (with a specialty in Eating Disorders) and our Registered Dietitian who supports proper nutrition.

The Orange County substance abuse treatment program at Casa Capri Recovery delivers evidence-based addiction interventions that are highly effective for women. This includes detox services, intensive inpatient treatment, and aftercare services.

 

Due to biological and hormonal differences, women experience the physical consequences of substance abuse much more quickly than men.

 

By acknowledging this disparity, we are able to enroll our clients at the appropriate level of care. 

Women also respond better to relational treatment approaches that build trust among staff and clients. We promote group therapy, family-focused interventions, and a full continuum of care that supports women at all stages of their recovery.

Talk therapy is among the most effective approaches for treating substance use disorder. 

At our California substance abuse treatment center, all of our clients attend individual and group therapy sessions with our qualified and compassionate all-female staff. 

These sessions provide a safe space for addressing underlying traumas and co-occurring mental health issues. Clients learn important skills such as building and maintaining boundaries, healthy coping skills, and stress management techniques that can help support long-lasting sobriety.

Substance use disorder is harmful to all individuals, but women with addictions have additional challenges.  Women are more likely to receive a dual diagnosis, which is a combination of mood disorders and substance abuse disorders. 

 

Women with substance use disorder who may become pregnant can cause their unborn child to develop severe congenital deformities.

 

Additionally, women with addictions are more likely to experience intimate partner violence. Unsafe and unstable home environments are not conducive to sobriety and are common triggers of relapse.

While men and women share some of the same risk factors for substance abuse disorder, such as underlying mental health issues, there are some risk factors that are unique to women. This includes:

  • Previous sexual or physical abuse
  • Partner or spouse drug use
  • Financial dependency
  • Chronic pain
  • Co-occurring mood disorders such as anxiety and depression

Addiction treatment times vary from person to person. Typically, women with long histories of drug/alcohol abuse will require more intensive treatments. Inpatient stays can last between 7 to 60 days. Aftercare treatment can continue for months or years after inpatient treatment.

Women who are actively using will need to complete detox before starting treatment. Since withdrawal symptoms can be uncomfortable or even fatal, it is best to detox under medical supervision.

Inpatient substance abuse treatment in Orange County can cost hundreds or thousands of dollars per day.  Outpatient treatment services can cost upwards of $1,000 or more per month. 

Cost is one of the many barriers to substance abuse treatment for women. However, Casa Capri Recovery is an approved provider of addiction treatment services with several insurance companies, including Halcyon Health, TriCare, and Anthem Blue Cross. Potential clients can verify their insurance plans on our website.

Casa Capri Recovery’s substance abuse treatment facility in Orange County offers a mild climate, stunning coastal views and air, and relaxing environment alongside top notch recovery programs tailored to women. 

 

Women that live in southern California can get substance abuse recovery not too far from home in the serene landscape of Newport Beach, just an hour from LA and hour and a half from San Diego. Stay close enough to family while getting a change of scenery for your recovery.

If you’re from out of state or northern California, Orange County offers a consistently mild temperature and beautiful environment to recover from your drug or alcohol abuse. Easy access to the treatment facility from LAX in Los Angeles or John Wayne Airport in Santa Ana. 

At Casa Capri Recovery’s inpatient substance abuse center for women, you will live in a residential treatment facility for an extended period of time with the support of professional women with substance abuse treatment expertise. An inpatient program involves personalized treatment that involves a variety of leading drug and alcohol recovery strategies, from group therapy alongside other women, medical supervision, and therapy sessions, all from the tranquil coast of Newport Beach, California.

If you live in or near L.A., you can remain close to friends and family while getting away from triggers at home. Casa Capri Recovery’s substance abuse treatment center is located just 40 miles south of downtown Los Angeles in Orange County.

Dual diagnosis treatment center near Los Angeles in Newport Beach, Orange County, California

Casa Capri Recovery is located in between San Diego and Los Angeles in Orange County, making it your ideal southern California substance abuse program. You can recover from drug or alcohol addiction just 85 miles north of San Diego, knowing your friends and loved ones aren’t too far away.

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Our program offers the highest quality care for women struggling with addiction and co-occurring conditions in Southern California.

We are fully licensed by the State of California and our treatment center is accredited by The Joint Commission – the standard of excellence in quality programs.

 

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Casa Capri Recovery is proud to be an approved Anthem Blue Cross, MHN, Aetna, The Holman Group, and Halcyon Provider.

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If you or a loved one has a substance addiction, please give us a call today at 949-749-5027. It’s time to heal your heart and find true happiness.

Our admissions team is always available to talk and answer any questions you may have about our Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs at Casa Capri Recovery for women.