Rehab at Resurgence
Customized Recovery Plans
Resurgence Behavioral health offers a full continuum of care delivered by our team of addiction specialists, each dedicated to our clients’ recovery success.
Our addiction treatment center offers the most up-to-date evidence based addiction treatment programs designed to support clients no matter where they are on their recovery journey. We provide customized treatment and support for each client, helping them make the essential lifestyle transformation they need to achieve improved wellness and lasting sobriety.Speak with an Expert
Comprehensive Addiction Treatment
Resurgence offers a relaxed, safe and residential environment to foster the recovery process and encourage healthy living.
Rarely are two people’s needs the same. At Resurgence, our programs are specifically designed to fit your unique addiction and personal needs. We will evaluate your progress and update your treatment as necessary to ensure that you are receiving the most comprehensive care for your specific needs.Speak with an Expert
A Team that Truly Cares
At Resurgence Behavioral Health, our doctors, therapists, and support staff truly care about the well-being and recovery success of each client. Empathy is at the heart of our approach to treatment.
That’s why we believe strongly in our individualized approach to addiction treatment. Each person has unique needs and goals. Our team works closely with each client to help them understand why they became addicted and to develop the strategies they’ll need to safeguard their sobriety and prevent relapse.Speak with an Expert
Your New Life Starts Here
There is more than one path to addiction recovery. That’s why Resurgence offers multiple treatment programs to suit each individual’s needs, preferences, and budget. Your recovery journey begins the moment you enter our door, and we’ll support you each step of the way.
What Sets Us Apart
Addiction often stems from underlying trauma; many clients suffer from co-occurring disorders like anxiety or depression.
At Resurgence we take a comprehensive approach to dual diagnosis treatment. We have the capability to address addiction and mental health disorders with professional, medically sanctioned treatments. We help clients to address their trauma and unhealthy coping methods in order to develop strategies for managing their negative emotions and thought patterns in healthy ways that support sobriety.
A Safe, Relaxing Space
When someone is in the throes of addiction, ‘getting away from it all’ to immerse themselves in treatment can have life-changing–and life-saving–results.
The care team of Resurgence has developed a retreat-like environment where our clients can focus exclusively on their therapies, new goals, and recovery journey. We feature a safe rehab facility surrounded by a picturesque rural setting. Hiking, horseback riding, attending group bonfire meetings, spending time outdoors–these activities promote healing as they complement our clinical treatment programs.
Affordable Treatment Plans
Drug or alcohol addiction treatment is an investment in your health and future. That said, we understand that each individual has different needs and different budget constraints.
At Resurgence Behavioral Health, we feature affordable treatment options so that clients can get the professional addiction therapy they need to achieve lasting sobriety. We also accept various insurance plans as well as most private forms of payment. No one should be precluded from getting the help they need to live a healthy life. We’re here to assist you throughout the enrollment process.
Treatment that just Works
At Resurgence Behavioral Health, our doctors and therapists meet you where you are in your recovery journey, whether you’re just starting out or you’re trying to keep relapse at bay.
We take a real-world approach to addiction recovery by offering the best medically sanctioned, evidence-based therapies and pairing them with our holistic offerings like cozy cabin living and outdoor activities that support healthy lifestyles and lasting recovery. With our customized treatment plans, you can put your addiction behind you and transform your life and health for the better.
Support for Loved Ones
It’s been said that addiction is a family disease because it doesn’t just impact an individual; it affects their families and loved ones too.
That’s why Resurgence offers family therapy to help clients’ families understand how and why addiction developed and what they can do to provide healthy support for their loved one. Many family members, too, need support as they work through their own emotional trauma. As in all our treatment offerings, we provide customized therapy to help families rebuild trust and achieve genuine healing.
Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Costa Mesa - Learn Why Resurgence is the Best
Alcohol Rehab in Costa Mesa
Alcohol rehab encompasses various treatments and therapies that target an individual’s psychological and behavioral dependence on alcohol. The Resurgence rehab experience is a holistic one. We focus on medically sanctioned therapies as well as some alternative ones that support recovery in some way. For instance, after a morning of individual and group therapy sessions, we might spend the afternoon taking a group hike. At Resurgence, clients learn how to manage their addiction while also developing new skills to improve their lives.
Drug Rehab in Costa Mesa
Formal treatment is the key to successfully managing drug addiction. Drug detox alone does not support lasting recovery because it only targets physical dependence. Often, it’s the psychological dependence and triggers that lead to relapse. During our drug rehab programs, we offer a wide range of treatments that help clients explore and learn to manage the psychological and behavioral aspects of their addiction and protect their recovery progress.
Drug & Alcohol Detox at Resurgence
Top Detox and Rehab Center for Addiction in Costa Mesa
Resurgence Behavioral Health is redefining detox and rehab in Costa Mesa. We’re designed addiction treatment programs that pair medically sanctioned programs, holistic therapies, and alternative therapies to achieve positive, life-changing and life-affirming outcomes. Alcohol and drug addiction affect the whole person, so we believe that therapy should address the whole person–everything that addiction touches.
Our drug and alcohol addiction treatment programs are customizable but always complemented by our experienced and empathetic treatment specialists and our safe, welcoming environment. We feature the highest quality inpatient, outpatient, and detox programs that focus on physical, mental, and spiritual health with a strong relapse prevention component.
Learning to effectively manage an addiction to drugs or alcohol is challenging, but with support and treatment at Resurgence, you can rediscover your best self and lead a rewarding, purposeful life in the context of sobriety. Treatment works, and we can’t wait to help you write your recovery success story!
Alcohol Detox Program in Costa Mesa
Detox is the first step in recovering from alcoholism. During alcohol detox, clients will face withdrawal symptoms, but we offer round the clock care and treatments that can greatly reduce or eliminate discomfort, ensuring the clients are safe and as comfortable as possible. Detox usually lasts about a week. Once completed, clients can begin the next phase of their recovery plan.
Drug Detox Program
Powerful drugs like cocaine, heroin, and prescription drugs lead to a powerful physical dependence. In order to overcome this dependence, clients must go through the drug detox process. At Resurgence, this process is safe and overseen by trained clinicians. We offer treatments to reduce unpleasant withdrawal symptoms and ensure that clients detox safely and with all the support they need.
Why Choose Resurgence?
Why Choose Resurgence for Rehab in Costa Mesa
There are many addiction treatment centers that people can choose to enroll in. But not all of them provide the comprehensive level of support and high-quality treatment programs that Resurgence does. We set out to create a better rehab experience that focuses on whole-person healing. When you enroll in drug or alcohol rehab at Resurgence, you can expect customized treatment that meets you where you are in your recovery process.
Resurgence features a welcoming environment where clients can immerse themselves in their treatment. Our programs include individual therapy, peer group counseling, and holistic treatments like physical fitness that help clients rebuild their lives. Addiction is a chronic condition, so we partner closely with each person to help them manage their addiction and keep relapse at bay.
Our rehab experience includes the best elements of evidence-based treatments like cognitive behavioral therapy and builds on them with our group experiences, nature outings, and life-skills building to provide clients with a strong recovery foundation.
Clients in and around Costa Mesa and across the country choose Resurgence because of our whole-person focus. We believe strongly in treating each individual’s mind, body, and spirit. Too often, addiction makes people forget who they once were. We help them rediscover their best selves and to face their recovery journey with pride, optimism, and confidence. We feature highly trained and highly dedicated addiction specialists who devote their careers to helping people learn how to manage their addiction and completely reinvent their lives. The experience is not only rewarding for clients; it’s rewarding for our team too.
Rehab Frequently Asked Questions
How Much Does Rehab Cost?
The cost for rehab varies depending on the level of support that clients need. We encourage you to call so we can discuss your treatment needs, verify your insurance benefits, and explain any associated costs not covered by insurance, if there are any.
How Long Is Detox?
Detox typically lasts for about a week. In some cases, especially when the individual has been addicted for years, the process may take a bit longer. Your safety during detox is our top priority and our clinicians do their utmost to make clients as comfortable as possible throughout their detox experience.
30-Day Short Term Rehab
A month of treatment is usually the minimum amount of time recommended to treat addiction. In many cases, our clients enroll in a 30-day intensive treatment program and then transition to a less intensive plan for some ongoing support as they transition back to their lives.
Long Term Rehab: 60-90 Days
For many clients, 30 days of intensive addiction treatment may not be enough. That’s why Resurgence also features 60-90 day programs. Needing to remain in treatment longer is nothing to be disappointed about. In fact, studies have shown that the longer people remain informal treatment for addiction, the less likely they are to relapse.
Does My Insurance Have Coverage for Rehab?
Most insurance plans today do cover addiction treatment. Consult with our staff about your plan and its specific coverages.
Couples Rehab – Does Resurgence Accept Couples?
Couples who have developed an addiction together can also get sober together. In fact, it’s much better when they do. When one partner continues to use drugs and alcohol while the other struggles to maintain recovery, it can be difficult to navigate the relationship. During couples rehab sessions, our therapies help couples learn healthy ways of supporting and communicating with one another so they can both keep their recovery journey on track.
Pet Friendly Rehab – Can I Bring My Pet With Me?
Our therapists are incredibly supportive. But are they as supportive and comforting as your service animals? We didn’t think so. We understand that pets are important support systems for our clients. While we love our furry family members just as much as you, pets are only accepted at Resurgence on a limited basis, at the discretion of the facility.
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Therapies and Addiction Treatments Available at Resurgence
Resurgence offers a myriad of treatment options for clients because some people respond to certain therapies better than others. When you visit us for an evaluation, we can help you determine what therapies and treatments are ideal for your needs and preferences.
Medically assisted treatment (MAT) refers to the use of medications to treat various aspects of drug or alcohol addiction. This type of therapy can be offered on a short-term basis such as during detox or on a longer-term basis to help clients manage their ongoing cravings for a drug like heroin, for instance.
MAT has become a conventional treatment in addiction therapy because it supports recovery by easing symptoms that are associated with relapse. Our physicians use different medications to treat different symptoms and different types of addiction. For example, they often prescribe suboxone for heroin addiction. The suboxone keeps intense withdrawal symptoms at bay while greatly diminishing cravings for heroin. Clients are more comfortable and are able to focus better on their other treatments like individual counseling.
Physicians at Resurgence frequently provide medications during detox in order to lessen the severity of withdrawal symptoms. Each client is different. Some people find MAT to be helpful as they go through the early stages of recovery while others find it necessary to continue MAT for a lengthier time. Our addiction specialists can help you decide if MAT is right for you.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a psychological treatment that has become standard in addiction treatment. CBT is an evidence-based therapy. That means that it has been endorsed by the medical community as an effective treatment for drug and alcohol addiction. Resurgence features CBT therapists who meet individually with clients to tailor sessions to their needs and recovery goals.
Some of the core principles of CBT that clients can expect to address during therapy sessions include:
- Psychological problems are often based on unhealthy thought patterns
- Learned patterns of negative or unhealthy thought patterns affect addiction
- People who have an addiction can change their unhealthy ways of thinking and prevent relapse
During sessions, therapists and clients discuss the individual’s negative thoughts and how they led to drug or alcohol abuse. Then, they work on strategies for changing these unhealthy thoughts and improving their psychological coping skills to support their recovery journey.
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
Dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) is a form of cognitive behavioral therapy that helps clients learn how to manage their stress, which is often the main trigger for drug or alcohol use. During DBT sessions, clients will practice ways to live in the moment rather than stressing over past and future problems.
Another key aspect of this type of therapy is working to improve emotional regulation. Frequently, it’s negative emotions that pave the way to relapse. Sadness, fear, and anger can cause relapse when not properly managed. DBT helps clients to improve their control over their emotions. DBT sessions also include a focus on improving communication and relationships in order to support lasting recovery. Many people who have self-destructive behaviors can benefit from this form of therapy. By focusing on mindfulness, clients can achieve their DBT objectives during both individual and group counseling sessions.
Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT)
A basic tenet of rational behavioral therapy (REBT) is that our thoughts, emotions, and behaviors are all connected. When people have negative emotions or irrational, unhealthy thoughts, they can experience unhealthy behaviors–like abusing drugs or alcohol. Consequently, the goal of REBT is to help clients manage their thoughts and emotions to achieve improved behaviors.
Also a form of cognitive behavioral therapy, REBT focuses on the individual’s experiences and how they impacted their beliefs and feelings. When the impact of various events or situations in a person’s life has been negative, clients and therapists work together to examine the link between that negativity and their unhealthy beliefs and actions. By understanding how they came to think and feel certain ways, they can then start to change those ways to improve their perspectives and emotions.
Dual Diagnosis Treatment
It’s common for many people suffering from addiction to also be struggling with a mental health disorder at the same time. In addition to a drug or alcohol addiction, they may be diagnosed with clinical depression, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder, post traumatic stress disorder, or any other mental health condition. The most up to date research shows the best way to manage a dual diagnosis is with simultaneous treatment. Resurgence offers simultaneous dual diagnosis treatment, helping clients manage both of their conditions at the same time.
Without simultaneous treatment, the untreated condition can impact the recovery of the other diagnosis. Although both conditions are separate, they definitely impact one another. Often, for instance, a person first experiences a mental health issue like depression. Rather than seeking out medical care, they might turn to drugs or alcohol to ease their symptoms. This unhealthy way of coping with a mental health problem can pave a path to addiction.
On the other hand, it’s a well-established fact that drug and alcohol addiction changes the brain’s chemistry. Those changes can result in the development of a mental illness. Recovery may be challenging, but there are certainly treatments designed to address both conditions effectively. In time, clients can learn to manage their mental illness as well as their addiction.
Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) is a form of psychotherapy that many individuals facing addiction find helpful. EMDR features techniques that help to reduce the impact of traumatic memories and distress, which can be powerful triggers to abuse drugs or alcohol.
EMDR sessions tend to last about an hour or slightly longer. During these sessions, therapists will confront clients with one of their traumatic experiences. However, rather than dwelling on the negative aspects of the experience, the therapist will help the client learn methods for soothing the ‘fight or flight’ response (feelings of heightened stress) associated with these unpleasant and sometimes even unprocessed experiences.
Therapists also use positive images and beliefs to help clients process resolutions to those traumatic experiences. EMDR has been endorsed by many national and international organizations, including The American Psychiatric Association and the World Health Organization. It has become an increasingly popular treatment for drug and alcohol addiction, especially where past trauma has been indicated.
The goal of addiction treatment is to help clients manage their addiction successfully and prevent relapse from occurring. All too often, relapse does occur. At Resurgence, we help clients identify what exactly triggers relapse and how they can stop it before it gets to the point of taking a drink or using a drug.
When talking about relapse, it’s helpful to remember that relapse includes three stages. The first stage is the emotional stage. It is characterized by unchecked negative emotions. We can’t stop ourselves from experiencing negative emotions like sadness and anger from time to time. However, when these emotions linger and we fail to manage them, they can lead to unhealthy thoughts. That’s the second phase of relapse: the mental stage.
During the mental stage, people begin to think about using drugs or alcohol. They might fantasize about it. If they don’t stop these thoughts, they may find themselves revisiting places and social circles where they know drugs or alcohol will be found. The last stage is the physical stage when they actually take that drink or drug. By learning to identify relapse early on, clients can employ strategies that will help them prevent that final physical phase from occurring.
Life Skills Training
At Resurgence, we want to set clients up for life success. For many, that means focusing on some life skills training that can enhance their recovery experience as well as their lives from here on out. Everyone uses life skills to navigate life. Some of these skills include communicating with others, managing conflicts, learning how to express feelings in healthy ways, and even learning to say no.
People suffering from addiction can often benefit from life skills training that involves improving their self awareness, assertiveness, ability to express themselves and listen, and their problem-solving skills. Successfully managing addiction recovery frequently comes down to effectively employing our life skills.
Our staff employ various techniques to coach, counsel, and inspire clients to improve these core life skills that can support their recovery journey as well as enhance other aspects of their lives.
Resurgence offers this type of training as part of our holistic treatment offerings.
During the intensive portion of their addiction therapy, clients put their employment on hold. Some people may be taking leave, others may be facing unemployment. Some clients want to change careers once they complete their rehab experience. Drug and alcohol addiction often negatively impact people’s careers. At Resurgence, we’ve found that offering vocational training to clients who are interested in attending these sessions, can help them rebuild their lives.
At some point, clients will re-enter the work world. It can be overwhelming to face employment when still trying to manage their recovery process. Vocational training helps boost their confidence and provides them with helpful skills that will make their work search and employment experiences better.
Group therapy is a cornerstone of the treatment experience at Resurgence. Meeting in groups allows us to build supportive communities among people who share many similarities and, most importantly, can provide support for other people working through recovery. When enrolling at our Costa Mesa rehab, clients can expect to meet both formally and informally in groups.
During formal group therapy sessions, a therapist will lead peer group counseling, often focusing on issues that are relative to the entire group. Sessions might involve an educational component or focus on coping strategies.
We also feature many positive informal group therapy sessions where we may hike as a group or sit around a bonfire to discuss various issues related to addiction management or life skills. Clients learn that they are not alone and are able to give and receive support to other participants.
Experiential therapy is an immersive therapy. During these sessions, therapists rely on various techniques–not just talking–to act in new ways in order to promote new ways of thinking. It’s a terrific balance to other therapies offered at Resurgence that focus on ways of thinking to promote different, healthier behaviors.
In experiential therapy, clients may take part in immersive role playing activities or be asked to express themselves in music or art. Even animal encounters and interactions sometimes form the basis of these sessions. The key to experiential therapy is action. Clients perform as opposed to sitting and thinking. Many clients respond well to this therapy or even better than some others. That’s not unusual. Some therapies will work better for some clients as opposed to others because everyone is different. But that’s also why Resurgence believes strongly in offering a range of therapies and treatments that all promote recovery.
One on One Therapy
One on one therapy forms the basis of many different therapy sessions. We also refer to these sessions as individual counseling. These sessions are extremely important because it’s the time when therapists can completely customize therapy for each individual and their particular circumstances.
And, of course, each person brings different circumstances with them to therapy. A middle-aged person coping with an addiction to painkillers after a long illness is necessarily going to need help developing different strategies to manage their addiction and physical pain symptoms than a young adult who grew up in an abusive home and began using meth or alcohol at a young age.
Our therapists thrive in the individual counseling arena. They are able to adapt therapies to meet the needs of clients, helping them identify their triggers to abuse drugs or alcohol and develop strategies to ward off relapse.
It’s often been said that substance addiction is a family disease. It certainly does impact the family and, frequently, quite dramatically. Family members need counseling too when their loved one has developed a drug or alcohol addiction. Too often, family members don’t understand how to support their loved one in healthy ways. They might enable their loved one to continue their unhealthy behaviors. Or, they might completely turn their back on their loved one because of the conflicts that the substance abuse has caused.
Issues surrounding a person’s addiction and their family can be serious and run deep. However, healing is possible over time and with family therapy. Our therapists not only focus on the person with the addiction, but also on each family member and their needs. They, too, must learn how to cope with their own feelings and resolve their conflicts with their loved one.
The goal is to repair and improve relationships because that’s better for everyone. Certainly, it benefits the individual who’s recovering, but it also provides support for family members who have truly been scared and often hurt as they watched their loved one succumb to drug or alcohol addiction. Trauma Informed Therapy
Trauma informed therapy is often recommended for clients recovering from post traumatic stress disorder. PTSD and addiction frequently present together. It’s not uncommon for people to try to soothe the effects of their past trauma (i.e. depression, panic attacks, mood swings) by abusing alcohol, prescription drugs, or even street drugs.
In order to spur recovery of both the addiction and the PTSD, therapists rely on trauma informed therapy during counseling sessions. What does this mean? It means that they engage in counseling with that individual’s past trauma(s) in mind. These traumas whether they occurred for a long period of time or a short time will have impacted the individual’s emotions, thoughts, and behaviors.
These traumatic experiences may be difficult for clients to confront on their own, which is why a therapist can help and support them as they confront them. Without confronting them via various techniques, they tend to remain triggers for relapse. Although clients suffering from PTSD frequently benefit from trauma-informed therapy, many other clients who have suffered from some type of trauma (i.e. poverty, growing up with a parent who abused alcohol or drugs) also benefit from these sessions.
Resurgence offers physical fitness activities as part of our holistic treatment options. Physical fitness supports both mental and physical health. Therefore, it can be a powerful support for addiction recovery. Many people rely on physical fitness activities like hiking, walking, or running in order to dispel negative emotions and to cope positively with stressful situations.
Off Site Activities
Clients can expect to enjoy off-site activities together. As mentioned, we spend time together as a group formally and informally. Our off-site activities allow people to relax and enjoy spending time on a hike or watching movies. These adventures provide some balance to treatment and introduce clients to new types of activities, helping them to have fun and unwind while maintaining their sobriety.