Dr. Stone founded Cornerstone of Southern California in 1984, when he recognized that many addicts, who needed help, could not afford hospital stays. He believes that not all addicts need to be in a hospital to get well. They can live in home-like settings and have time for social interaction and daily living skills, in addition to lectures and therapy. Dr. Stone has treated over 60,000 addicts and their families' since 1969. He is well known and respected in the professional community. He has treated clients from all walks of life as well as celebrities and prominent business professionals from all over the world.
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Cornerstone is a family-run alcohol and drug treatment center that’s been providing care for adult men and women since 1984. Located in Orange County, California, the substance abuse rehab offers a full continuum of care, including detox services, residential treatment, outpatient treatment, alternative sentencing, recovery homes, pain management services, and sober living. All programs are flexible and individualized, and focus on holistic methods to treat the body, mind, and spirit. Led by a diverse and highly trained professional team, Cornerstone provides its clients with all of the tools they’ll need to build a solid foundation for recovery.
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- Probation approved treatment program
Cornerstone of Southern California offers a probation approved treatment program in Orange County for alcohol rehab or drug dependency specifically designed for people with legal problems as a result of their chemical dependency, and who qualify as a minimum risk offender. If your interest in treatment is precipitated by any very recent, relatively recent, or even pending criminal charges, it is of the utmost importance (prior to even an arraignment hearing) to be proactive in entering the treatment setting and seeking professional assistance.
- Cornerstone Family Program
Cornerstone believes that chemical dependency is a disease that affects the entire family. If you have a family member or significant other in treatment, you are strongly encouraged to attend the Family Program. Statistics show that when the family is involved in the treatment process, the success rate for recovery is much higher.
Michael Stone, M.D., Board Certified in Addiction Medicine - Founder and Clinical Director, President
Timothy Stone, BA - Vice President Recovery Homes Manager
Tim Stone has been with Cornerstone since 1999, but he has been involved much longer since he is the youngest son of Dr. Stone. He has essentially grown up with Cornerstone. He helped initially with cleaning the pools and helping with maintenance around the houses. He now runs and cares for over 20 Recovery Homes which must be in compliance with the California Department of Alcohol and Drug program regulations at all times. Tim graduated from the University of California, Irvine with a B.A. in English.
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