Renaissance Recovery Center

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10175 Slater Ave Suite 200
Fountain Valley, CA 92708
8663309449 Visit Website

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  • Insurance is Accepted
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  • Medicare is not Accepted
  • Medicaid is not Accepted

Treatment Insights

At our treatment center, we conquer addiction together. Our treatment center is located in Orange County, California minutes away from Huntington Beach. Many of activities include surfing, paddle boarding, hikes, and even trips to Big Bear and other California sites. We offer world class therapy and treatment options, catering every single patients treatment program to their specific needs. We focus on healing the mind and body from the inside and out.

Renaissance Recovery 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.

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Areas of Focus
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Dialectical behavior therapy is a treatment option that medical specialists use to treat a myriad of issues, including addiction, depression, PTSD, and other personality disorders. The skills you learn in dialectical behavior therapy help you to tolerate distress and negative emotions. You can also improve your ability to regulate your emotions, and be mindful of the moment. Additionally, you learn how to communicate with other people.

Holistic Therapy Program

Holistic therapy programs in Orange County, CA complement evidence-based treatments, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, dialectical therapy, individual or group therapy. These programs are non-medical treatments that treat the entire person: body, mind, and spirit. Furthermore, practicing these treatments brings your total health into balance. These practices may include meditation, yoga, energy work, massage, and acupuncture. Some holistic therapy programs may even consist of fitness or nutrition therapy.

Key Staff Members
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    Jack Petti - Founder

    Jack Petti comes from a unique background, having struggled with addiction from the very early age of 12 years old. Addiction grabbed hold of Jack early on as he discovered that drugs and alcohol provided an escape for him, enabling him to numb negative feelings or emotions. With a tough upbringing in a family of ten siblings and a lack of family stability, Jack grew up getting into quite a bit of trouble as his addiction rapidly progressed. Jack struggled with substance abuse while cycling in and out of boarding schools, wilderness programs and treatment centers for seven years before reaching bottom. At the age of 19, after years of living in self will, demonstrating extremely destructive behavior and shutting out everyone from his life, Jack came to the realization that he could no longer continue living the way he had been. He entered himself in a long-term treatment program in California with hopes of developing a better manner of living. Jack spent more than a year going through all levels of treatment programming and established a solid foundation for recovery. He has used his story to help individuals struggling with the same problems he once struggled with. Jack now works in recovery, taking advantage of this platform to share his story, experience, strength and hope with young adults fighting to break free of the same seemingly hopeless state of despair he once knew all too well.

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    Reese Morgan - Executive Director

    Reese Morgan is our Executive Director, however our relationship with Reese didn’t start as such. Reese began his journey with us as a House Manager four years ago, and that’s when he developed his passion for working with others. That very same passion for helping others and watching our clients lives materialize is what motivates Reese on a daily basis to help to ensure The District Recovery Community remains a safe, structured, and culturally sound environment for our clients. Serving as Executive Director, Reese provides oversight of all the day to day operations of The District, lending support to each department whenever necessary.