Greg opened his home and heart to alcoholics and addicts in 2003. He is a Certified Addictions Treatment Counselor (CATC) and a member of CAADE (California Association for Alcohol and Drug Educators). Over the last 10 years Greg has fostered the growth of Ocean Hills Recovery into one of the most respected and effective treatment centers in the area and has been working with people with addictions since March of 2001. Greg believes in a holistic approach to recovery. His focus is on drug alcohol addiction treatment with a combination 12 Step work, therapy and counseling, and the rejuvenation of the body through healthful eating and exercise. He has designed his program to foster a family-like atmosphere and believes that people in recovery are just beginning their lives. He encourages the people he works with to learn to enjoy life in sobriety. Greg is married to Nicole; they have two adorable sons together and an energetic yellow Labrador Retriever.
Ocean Hills Recovery Inc.4.1 (10 reviews) ADD YOUR REVIEW
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Ocean Hill Recovery is committed to providing each client with individualized treatment for drug and alcohol addiction. The residential rehab’s Collaborative Care approach delves into each client’s specific emotional and psychological issues, and combines evidence-based psychotherapy techniques with the proven theories of AA and the 12 Steps. The end result is a toolbox filled with skills for maintaining lifelong sobriety, as well as hope for a healthy, clean and sober future.
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
- California Drug Rehabilitation Center
Finding a California Drug Rehabilitation Center that is effective and affordable may be one of the hardest tasks in beginning recovery. Ocean Hills Recovery, based in beautiful Southern California prides itself on being a Drug Treatment program in California that helps make sobriety a long lasting life change instead of just a stop on the way back to relapsing.
- Intervention Specialist
The intervention group presents a united front that the addict cannot ignore. United, we can triumph. Together, we can light a fire that can change a life forever.
Greg Doss, CATC - President, Founder
Nicole Folmar Doss, M.A. - Program Director, Founder
Nicole earned her Master’s degree in marriage and family therapy and is a doctoral intern at California School of Professional Psychology. Nicole graduated cum laude from the University of California, Irvine in June of 2007 with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. While there, she received honors recognition by Psi Chi and Golden Key honor societies. Nicole has been working with alcoholics and addicts in our California drug and alcohol rehab center as an advisor and counselor since 2004. She is passionate about providing quality counseling and care to her clients. Her main focus is on integrating the 12 Step and disease models of addiction with experiential therapeutic theory. She is married to Greg; they have two adorable sons together and an energetic yellow Labrador Retriever.
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