Dr. Brueck is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. He received a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Freiburg in Germany. He spent many years researching and treating addictions involving substances and behaviors (gambling, internet, shopping, etc.). He has extensive experience working with depression, anxiety, impulse control, anger, post-traumatic stress disorder and relationship issues.
Covenant Hills Treatment Center
Paying for Treatment
- Insurance is Accepted
- Financing is Available
- Medicare is not Accepted
- Medicaid is not Accepted
We specialize in “Whole Person Health”; a comprehensive treatment approach that incorporates heart change that leads to life change. The goal is to see this Wholeness impact the health of the entire family and not just the struggling addict. Our programs treat individuals struggling with co-occurring disorders and dual addictions, as well as those who may benefit from a strong relapse prevention curriculum. There is a warm and relational emphasis on the spiritual aspects of recovery in both our Christian 12 Step program and Traditional 12 Step program. All of this is provided in gender-specific setting. Our staff of skilled professionals administers the most sophisticated treatment available. Through individual counseling and group therapy we are able to model, teach and equip our clients to function in a setting that is larger than themselves. Considering the psychological, physical, and spiritual implications of substance abuse we simply believe that the addiction is a symptom of a deeper issue that is best addressed in the context of relationship and grace. Providing a healthy and whole approach to life includes using diet and exercise to promote physical healing, as well as, establishing a long-term plan for long-term recovery.
Covenant Hills Treatment Center Reviews and Ratings Details
The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.
Reviews at a Glance
Great Christian Program with an amazing staff. The food was awesome. This place saves lives. You cannot go wrong with this Covenant Hills.
Christian Program that really cares about their people. True 12 step recovery program that does not just hold the hands and coddle their people. Challenges clients to actually attempt to engage in rec...
Having a faith based and traditional track. Really helped separate this facility from others. Overall the staff was great and I had a great experience. I'm still sober and I owe it to all the staff an...
too much 'down' time doing nothing. needed more trauma therapy
Covenant Hills combines the key components needed for successful treatment: talented and caring staff, quality setting and accommodations away from stress and distraction, and a faith component that b...
very well organize, staff are very caring, but strict on what you can do. Staff keeps you busy and focus on your sobriety. Staff has a schedule on the board we did the following: Exercise 5 time a we...
Strengths were the Staff And the Fact that they are Faith based. My daughter is finally thinking like a young woman.
Have worked for this company since 2002. It has been a blessing to be a part of a Treatment Center that is Christian and helped save so many lives and family's. The disease of addiction can and will d...
All male environment. The living facility could be better
Great Christian Program with an amazing staff. The food was awesome. This place saves lives. You cannot go wrong with this Covenant Hills
Lot of sneaking out and drug use that went unnoticed. Found out from daughter that next door neighbor to facility dealt drugs.
CH communicated consistent professionalism, care and experience in my relatives crisis state. The weekly updates were important to me as the relative. The staff believed in my relative to take advanta...
They are not afraid to enforce rules and structure...A little disceptive in there explanation and break down of services. They took advantage of our families emotional state to close us. Personal Tra...
Wonderful location, sunny, beaches great mental healing atmosphere and very qualified and friendly staff. My son was not ready to recover so nothing they did would have made a difference. They did ho...
Christian Program that really cares about their people. True 12 step recovery program that does not just hold the hands and coddle their people. Challenges clients to actually attempt to engage in r...
Quality staff, been in business for 23 years. Covenant Hills is a quality facility that has been in business for more than 20 years helping alcoholics and addicts and their families. I would absolutel...
Strengths: Structured program, Very hands on Group therapy, Great Therapists, Very Caring and Loving, VERY Understanding, Great exercise programs, Really get down to the core issues and work with you ...
I felt like the staff really cared about my recovery and they made me deal with issues that I had been avoiding for a long time. Would have liked to get outside more. Covenant Hills is a very warm, in...
Having a faith based and traditional track. Really helped separate this facility from others. Overall the staff was great and I had a great experience. I'm still sober and I owe it to all the staff ...
I learned alot. needed more trauma therapy. too expensive.
Their reps spoke with me and the person funding this rehab and strongly recommended the spiritual, physical, social, and psycho component of recovery. They also offer Christian based recovery. I was a...
not trustworthy; do not follow their own rules and set good examples' irresponsible. The location and food was good but I felt they were unethical.
hypocrite staff. a total waste of time and money...but the food was good...not 30,000 dollars good.
At age nineteen I found myself in an unbreakable cycle of addiction to meth. After being hospitalized too many times for malnourishment, watching them draw black blood out of my body, I knew I either ...
beach nearby; food were strengths. no ethics or honesty, a waste of 30,000$
This was my first time in a rehab center. I was amazed every time through how much of a difference Pacific Hills/ Covenant Hills Treatment Center made in me-well beyond my expectations! It’s a nice ...
I am sober today because of Pacific Hills. Treatment opened my eyes to my disease and showed me the tools to use. Because if it and my belief in what they said, I am sober today. DOS...9/29/97
recovery is an individual process. rehabs are great to get you on a path, but it depends on the individual's sincerity.
Great program, Nice location-near beach, Good food, good counselors
I believe that the facility's strengths included their use very knowledgable and understanding therapists who were amazing during one on one sessions as well as leading informative and thought provoki...
My past was very ugly. Before Pacific Hills Treatment Center, I would do nothing but smoke in my room every day.This place honestly helped me save my life. I was skeptical but it is most definitely wh...
My experience at the Pacific Hills Treatment Center was life saving. The counselors and staff went above and beyond their duties to help me in every way possible. I am forever grateful to them. They h...
I was here for a few months and it was a life changing experience. I was drawn to the facility because of the fact that they offer a Christian program for recovery. The program was outstanding. I need...
I went through Pac Hills October of 2012 and honestly couldn't of stayed sober if it wasn't for the staff at residential. These individuals have helped me beyond words. I am very grateful and thankful...
- Aftercare Support
Addiction recovery does not end with discharge after completing a rehab program. Facilities that offer aftercare planning and/or support work with patients to ensure sustainable recovery by helping to plan and make arrangements for transitional or sober living, help with housing, vocational counseling, etc.
- Family Program
Research shows that the odds of successful, sustained recovery from addiction are far higher when family members and loved ones are involved in treatment. Drug and alcohol addiction often have genetic roots, whether related to substance abuse, mental illness or both. Family dynamics also play a role and, often, family members are the first to realize a loved one has developed an addiction. Also, it’s important for family members to understand and embrace the lifestyle changes that are required to sustain recovery.
Dr. Rigo Brueck, PhD, LMFT - Clinical Director
Dustin Helvig - Director of Admissions
Dustin Helvig is Director of Admissions of our sister company, Recovery Options Corporation. He has worked in the substance abuse field since 2012. He has a degree in Behavioral Science and multiple years of experience working in the industry. Dustin is a recovering addict/alcoholic who is very active in the local recovery community and wants to help others in the same way he was helped in his journey to recovery.
This Center is Known For...
- Both Christian and Traditional 12 Step options
- Separate campuses for men and women
- Great Family Program
- No Detox Services
- No Behavioral Disorder Treatment
- Yes Dual-Diagnosis Treatment
- Yes Outpatient Services
- Yes Sober Living Home
- No Day School
- No Private Rooms
- No Pet Friendly
- No Exceptionally LGBT Friendly
- No Men Only
- No Women Only
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