Sunrise Recovery Ranch

3.5 (18 reviews) ADD YOUR REVIEW
6690 Limonite Frontage Road
Riverside, CA 92509
8778240665 Visit Website
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  • Medicare is not Accepted
  • Medicaid is not Accepted
Treatment Insights

Sunrise Recovery Ranch offers clinically based addiction treatment for men and women in a serene setting. Treatment is individualized and aims to unearth root causes of emotional instability, focusing on building self-esteem and learning tools for a sustainable recovery.

Sunrise Recovery Ranch 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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I just want to come on here and leave a review for Manuel Reyes Senior Also known as Manny Because he has always been there for me even after leaving treatment at sunrise ranch and the love and passio...


I had a very great experience with Manny. He is incredibly kind, insightful and funny. The experiences he has gone through are truly why I hang on every word, and his amount of time sober is why I try...


I never leave reviews but this is something that can’t go unsaid! There is one individual that has beyond integrity and characteristics of no other! Manny’s Reyes Sr. compassion and kindness arise...


Strengths: people who care, good food, fair treatment and policies. Lots of snacks and coffee. They take good care of you and if you let them they will help you. A weakness includes the communication ...


It was great.


High cost and long as I paid they[said] how wonderful his treatment was going....until his credit card bill came with almost daily booze charges. Ridiculous price, all that money and no rules f...


It is a clean facility with a relatively high level of family involvement.


Wonderful exercise and leisure activities. However, they need better holistic offerings.


Facility is very nice. It is more suited for male clients. However, clients aren't held accountable. A high rate of return clients. If you work the program and take advantage of all the good things it...


Great location, the staff seemed professional and caring. It is a great facility but the prices are high. It is a relaxing location by the beach.


Friendly staff. However, it was far from home. Enjoyed grilling and being close to the beach


Ways of staying sober was a strength of the facility. However, they sometimes have a waiting list. I've known three friends who have gone through this program and thy have turned their life around.


Treat patients unbiased and really focus on the individuals needs. Weaknesses: organization of staff and the quality of time given to the patient. One on one time is he key component to wellness.


Great Availability. Need to focus on the effectiveness of the treatments.


great place for teens to feel like they belong and get away from gangs and alcohol and drug abuse. its too small. It would help if they had a better website and if they dedicated more time to mental d...


Strengths: A place to live. Weaknesses: counseling. They need more structure.


My cousin has multiple problems. He is 57, lost his wife last year, wishes he was dead, and finally went to rehab for alcohol and crack but keeps relapsing.

Areas of Focus
Dual Diagnosis

It is not uncommon for a client to be seeking treatment for chemical dependency and also be struggling with another mental health issue like depression, trauma, or an anxiety disorder. This is known as having a dual diagnosis disorder and our facility is trained in identifying and simultaneously treating both the addiction and the co-occurring disorder. We have a consulting psychiatrist on staff who will work with the client closely in monitoring the symptoms of both diagnoses and prescribe medication if necessary.

Key Staff Members
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    Kim Homan - Program Director

    Kim Homan has worked in the substance abuse field since 2005. Kim has experience in counseling, supervision, and program development. Prior to joining Sunrise Recovery, Kim was Regional Director for Forterus Heatlh (a.k.a A Better Tomorrow). Kim has a Masters of Science degree in Counseling Psychology for California Baptist University, a Bachelors degree in Psychology from University of Phoenix, and she is State certified with CAADAC as CADC II counselor.

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    Edwin Suarez - Chef

    Edwin is a native of South America and brings over two decades of food preparation and experience to the Sunrise Recovery kitchen. Edwin is experienced in preparing and serving a variety of cuisines from many cultures, including North and South American, European, and Asian. Edwin provides a nutritious and varied menu as well as creating delicious desserts from several continents.