New Life Addiction Treatment Center

3.7 (17 reviews) ADD YOUR REVIEW
32565 Golden Lantern B 354
Dana Point, CA 92629
8772444800 Visit Website

Paying for Treatment

  • Insurance is not Accepted
  • Financing is not Available
  • Medicare is not Accepted
  • Medicaid is not Accepted

Treatment Insights

We believe that people have the right to achieve recovery in an atmosphere of safety, security and dignity. If you or a family member is in need of immediate help for heroin, crystal meth, prescription drugs or alcohol rehabilitation, New Life Treatment of Dana Point, in beautiful Orange County, California, is a great place to start building your new life in recovery. In addition to offering one of Southern California’s most highly regarded treatment centers we also offer transitional housing residences for men & women. We provide residential and outpatient drug and alcohol rehabilitation in a luxurious and peaceful setting. We are in one of the most prestigious areas of Southern California, Dana Point. Our wonderful climate serves to facilitate a valued life in recovery, full of happiness and sunshine. Further, our recovery services are compassionate, surprisingly affordable, confidential and individualized. From chemical dependency to alcoholism to all-out drug addiction, let us help you or your family member overcome these issues and open door to a room filled with hopes & dreams. We accept pets, couples and provide private rooms for our clients! We are a twelve step social model program.

New Life Addiction 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

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Bruce

The one thing that made these people different from other centers I have been in. They truly do care, from the Founder to Executive Director to house staff. They really make you feel at home. They tak...

Mike

You must buy your own food, no onsite therapists. So pet friendly, the couch smells like wet dog. House manager rarely there. Poor bookkeepers don't track what you've paid.

Cesily

This place has gotten me over 10 years of heroin addition, the approach of this place is remarkable. I mean they really care. Because of the success I have had I can't say anything bad about this pla...

Jeff

Unforgenitly I can not stop people that have been removed from the center for one reason or another, may it be stealing from a client a NFL Jersey, or being just a dirty person and write bad reviews. ...

BF

When a staff called me and said some former employees are writing bad reviews would I take the time to write one seeing how I was in his place for six months as a client court ordered. Where do I sta...

Cb

What I loved most about this center. THey made you feel at home. You knew the owner cared about you as a person. I saw him get rid of three differanant house managers because they were not doing what ...

SAM

THIS PLACE IS A WASTE OF MONEY...THERE IS A PLACE FOR THIS OWNER THAT ONLY CARES ABOUT MONEY. GO SOMEPLACE ELSE.

Robert

My close friend selected this place and it was the right place at the right time. As a professional business person he was concerned about his professional reputation as he worked out his addiction. T...

A.D.

I loved the acceptance of pets and couples which was very important to me during detox. I think more places should consider that aspect , it kept my husband and I from getting help for a long time tr...

Robert

Very cozy facility, nice people, great treatment plan. during my stay I was treated with respect and courtesy and highly recommend it to anybody trying to live a clean and sober lifestyle.

Stefanie

the director was awesome as well as all the staff. I felt l;ike I was kicking at home which made it so much more manageable. thank you to all the staff especially one female staff member in particular...

Tara

There are no strengths because the owner is not in business for the right reasons. Clients left unsupported.

JC

New Life Treatment Center changed my life. The staff helped me during the toughest time in my life and I am so grateful. I am now back to myself and can function normally, without my 4pm crutch. Tha...

D.F.

Wonderfull staff

C

Inappropriate behavior towards female residents.

D

Only interested in money. Promises are made when you arrive but not followed through... If you want to get sober this is the last place you should be!

Np

Unethical in every way. There is no food provided. The client ends up paying out of pocket. Some of the staff drink and pop pills so they are unable to drive clients around.


Areas of Focus
Animal Therapy

Animal therapy (also called animal-assisted therapy and pet therapy) supports recovery and emotional wellbeing by helping people develop relationships with animals. Animal therapy can be a one-time or ongoing experience.

Creative Arts Therapy

Writing, making art or engaging in theater can be deeply therapeutic for people working to recover from addiction. Many facilities offer one or several forms of creative arts therapy as a way to help patients learn to express their feelings in productive ways.

Key Staff Members
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    Megan Viveros - Director of Operations

    Along with her own personal recovery experience, Megan has been involved actively in recovery groups since 2008. In addition to being a graduate of Fullerton University, Megan has been with us, first as a resident in our Sober Living Home them promoted to House Manager and now to Director of Operations of our Dana Point Treatment Center. Her creative gift for art therapy, sense of humor, calm and sensitive way of listening with compassion for people, is her valuable contribution to each client’s program and staff results. Megan’s background of addiction has given her the passion to work in the recovery field and share what she has so freely been given.

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    Alicia Biggs - Lead Counselor

    Alicia enjoys the balance between counseling and administrative work. As lead counselor, Alicia is responsible for communication between counselors, administration and clients. It is her passion to work with clients as their advocate as they are encouraged to build skills towards becoming their own advocate. Alicia received her CAADAC certification after studying with the Navy Drug and Alcohol Counselor School and taking courses in pharmacology and psychology at USC and completing Law and Ethics with Options in Berkley. To further her interest in being of service, she completed training in Relapse Prevention Counseling and Denial Management Counseling. In recovery for ten years and the counseling field for six years, Alicia comes from a solution based model that encourages the client to move from crisis to solution through discussion around personal growth and utilizing new and healthy coping skills.