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Design for Change Recovery provides exceptional addiction treatment in Southern California because we take time to get to know our clients. By understanding their personal struggles with substance use, we can customize a treatment program tailored to their specific circumstances.
At Design for Change Recovery, our mission is to improve lives by offering unique, personalized methodologies that promote physical health and mental wellness.
We proudly serve the Lancaster community and surrounding areas of Southern California. Click one of the following links for more information about our addiction treatment program. For your convenience, each page provides driving directions to our facility from your location.
- Acton, CA
- Bakersfield, CA
- California City, CA
- Canyon Country, CA
- Glendale, CA
- Lancaster, CA
- Littlerock, CA
- Los Angeles
- Palmdale, CA
- Pasadena, CA
- Ridgecrest, CA
- Riverside, CA
- Rosamond, CA
- Sacramento, CA
- Santa Clarita, CA
- San Bernardino, CA
- San Diego, CA
- San Fernando, CA
- San Francisco, CA
- Saugus, CA
- Stevenson Ranch, CA
- Tehachapi, CA
- Thousand Oaks, CA
- Valencia, CA
- Victorville, CA
Our skilled, supportive staff guides clients through each step of their treatment process. Their expertise and compassion ensure that our clients receive the high-quality treatment necessary to live a successful, addiction-free life.
A Full Continuum of Care at Design for Change Recovery
Substance use disorders are complex, involving many physical, mental, and emotional factors. A person with SUD may also struggle with various environmental issues that contribute to their substance use. At Design for Change, we recognize these underlying influences and their role in addiction. Accordingly, our programs provide therapies and methodologies that can be personalized for each client.
Our full continuum of care incorporates evidence-based practices such as:
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Dialectical Behavior Therapy
- Psychodrama Therapy
- Holistic Approaches to Treatment
- BioSound Therapy
- Music and Art Therapy
- Experiential Therapy
- Mindfulness and Meditation
- Nutritional Guidance
- Exercise and Fitness Activities
- Faith-Based or Secular Programs
- Dual-Diagnosis Programs
- Family Therapy
In addition, we provide various services to assist clients and their families during this difficult time. For instance, we are proud to offer the following:
Design for Change Recovery understands how difficult it can be to take the first step toward getting treatment. People with SUDs fear detox and withdrawals. As a result, they resist going to rehab. If you have a loved one who needs treatment, but won’t take the first step, we can help.
In a step-by-step approach, our intervention specialists work with families to plan and conduct the intervention. The goal of our intervention services is to help your loved one agree to seek treatment as soon as possible.
Addiction treatment starts with our on-site detoxification process. During detox, clients are monitored 24/7 to ensure their safety and comfort. We also provide medication-assisted treatment for individuals who require that level of support.
Our extended care or aftercare services help clients transition from treatment to the outside world. We realize the uncertainty clients feel when facing daily life as sober individuals. In many cases, the stress leads to relapse. We help prevent relapse by providing ongoing guidance and support following graduation from our rehab.
Components of our aftercare programs include activities and resources to assist with life after rehab such as:
- Sober living homes
- Transition to outpatient programs
- 12-Step or Self-Help meetings
- Sponsors and other support systems
- Group and individual counseling sessions
- Alumni programs
- Assistance with housing, employment, and other resources
Most importantly, our aftercare programs show clients that they are not all alone in this new experience.
First Responder Wellness Programs
America’s first responders are at high risk for stress and trauma as a result of their occupation. Every day, they see disturbing accidents or must make sudden crucial decisions to save lives. As a result, many of our first responders struggle with the following:
- Violent outbursts
- Sleep disturbances
- Compassion fatigue
- Psychological disorders
- Relationship problems
- Suicidal thoughts
Furthermore, many first responders struggle with substance use disorders because of their need to cope with the demands of their profession. For this reason, Design for Change provides a First Responder Wellness program. Our flexible program will be customized to meet each person’s unique needs.
Different Levels of Addiction Treatment at Design for Change
Above all else, Design for Change realizes no two people respond to treatment the same way. We understand that each client has their own unique needs and preferences. Because of these considerations, we provide different levels of treatment to accommodate each client’s situation.
Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient Programs
Our outpatient program helps individuals who have mild or moderate addictions and need to work or attend school during treatment. However, these individuals must have a supportive home environment. Otherwise, the chance of relapse increases.
Outpatient treatment typically requires meeting two or three days a week for about four hours each day. An outpatient program provides an ongoing structure for people who recently completed an inpatient rehab program.
Intensive outpatient programs (IOPs) are less flexible than standard outpatient treatment. For instance, Generally, the meetings are held four days a week for about 90 days. Eventually, as the client progresses, the meetings will taper down to three days per week.
The terms inpatient and residential are often used interchangeably. However, some differences between the two programs should be pointed out. For example, an inpatient program focuses on detox, stabilization of the client, and medical intervention. Clients reside at the facility 24/7 during treatment. Typically, inpatient programs last from 30 to 90 days.
On the other hand, residential programs focus more on therapeutic interventions such as behavioral therapies, activities, and skills training. Most residential programs provide a home-like setting in a calm environment.
Design for Change offers both inpatient and residential programs to ensure the most effective outcomes for our clients.
Partial Hospitalization Programs
Partial hospitalization programs (PHPs) are a type of intensive outpatient treatment (IOP). However, PHPs are more intensive, requiring more sessions per week. Comparatively, PHPs meet five days per week whereas IOPs meet four days a week. Furthermore, PHP sessions last four to eight hours per day, typically in a hospital or clinical setting.
Affordable Addiction Treatment at Design for Change
At Design for Change, we strive to provide affordable yet effective treatment so people can get the help they need. With this in mind, we work together with several major insurance companies such as:
- Anthem Blue Cross
- Beacon Health Options
- MHN Health Net Company
- HMC Healthworks
- Magellan Healthcare
When you call to arrange treatment, our admissions specialist will verify your insurance. Otherwise, you can call your provider yourself to find out what is covered. If you don’t have insurance, other financial arrangements are available. Please let us know if you would like to discuss these options.
Comprehensive, Compassionate Addiction Treatment at Design for Change Recovery
No doubt, you still have questions about our treatment programs. We’re here to talk to you about our program and answer your questions. Also, with your consent, we will conduct a confidential assessment to determine the right treatment approach for your needs.
Contact us today to learn more about Design for Change and how we can help you. You can reach us via phone, email, or the convenient online form to speak with one of our licensed clinicians.