Brenda brings extensive experience working in acute psychiatric setting with dually diagnosed adults. She brings over fifteen years experience in the treatment of chemical dependency, 10 years in trauma informed treatment, and 5 years working with eating disorders. She has providing training in Professional Ethics and Confidentiality, Adolescents, Raves and Club Drugs, Parenting, Gender Responsiveness and Trauma based treatment. Her most recent conference presentation was at the Native American School on Alcoholism and Other Drug Dependence in Albuquerque N.M.
Valley Recovery Center of California
Paying for Treatment
- Insurance is Accepted
- Financing is not Available
- Medicare is not Accepted
- Medicaid is not Accepted
Valley Recovery Center of California (VRCC) knows that no single addiction treatment is suitable for everyone, and works closely with each client to develop a personalized treatment plan that’s comprehensive and sustainable. The facility’s client-centered, whole-person approach to drug and alcohol addiction treatment introduces residents to new habits, rituals and wellness techniques in a safe and therapeutic environment. Offering a blend of traditional treatment values and evidence-based technologies, VRCC provides its clients with an array of tools and techniques to build a solid foundation for long-lasting recovery.
Valley Recovery Center of California 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
I set up a check in date, did all my preliminaries over the phone, had everything set to go. I was ready to make a change in my life. I confirmed that my insurance covered in house, live in treatment ...
Don't go to the IOP! Staff thinks they know how to help people, but they're not qualified. Sober living is terrible! Bedbugs, thrives, dirty, zero supervision, and if you don't have a car you'll have ...
I’ve never felt so supported or listened to with my anxiety and depression problems. Adjusting was a little rough at first, and insurance tried to deny me, but everybody worked on showing how much I...
DO NOTTTT GO TO THAT PALCE OR SEND YOUR LOVED ONES OVER THERE. ITS A HORRIBLE PLACR TO BE IN.
Extremely positive experience at Valley, I was treated with respect and compassion from every member of the Valley staff, I was a little nervous about my stay and not sure what to expect? but after my...
Counselors have too much on their plates and staff are not trained. Don’t send your enemies here.
Great treatment program with a caring staff. Not a huge treatment center
My daughter was there for 2 months and came out just as bad as when she went in, if not worse. The place is understaffed and the employees seem to be untrained and overwhelmed for this type of work. T...
I worked there.
What a scam!! They pushed more pills at me for my opiate withdrawals! . Now I have to detox for a third time! First the opiates, then suboxone and now gabapentin! I only wanted to detox one time. Bewa...
Amen. Our son relapsed after being kicked out of their SLE for 3 after 3 weeks. 3 week in rehab. 3 weeks in SLE. People with addictions are going to break rules. They kicked out 2 others from that one...
This place has a 3% success rate. I went in, was there 12 days broke 3 rules and got kicked out. I went to every class, cooperated and was respectful. All the clients loved me. I'm not a bad dude. Jus...
strength:insurance network weakness:understaffed, allow drugs in because not adequately searched, no psychiatrist only doctor who over prescribes. Our son relapsed in this center because they let in i...
they stink! they admit patient with an insurance authorization then have the person in there 10+ days and come back with a \" oh your insurance isn\'t going to pay unless you pay a Cobra coverage at $...
I enjoyed my stay at Valley, actually. While you cannot please ALL individuals, I personally had a very positive experience here. The best part was the clients - the people you see day in and day ou...
...too much favoritism to white clients, I felt totally un cared for and ignore on many occasions.
they work with you one on one the meals and nutrition could be better I would like more group therapy
...no cultural diversity.
This rehab didn\'t provide one on one counseling for the first two weeks I was there. Some of the staff was very helpful and nice. Unfortunately most didn\'t seem like they cared about you at all. My ...
My son has done three stints at Valley. Even though the first two times failed He insisted on returning. So haven been back three time in about 13 months I see not one familiar face. My wife has left...
D- rating with BBB. This rehab does not provide the treatment it promises on the website. People in recovery need to develop coping skills, relapse prevention awareness and planning, understand and ma...
They don't judge; they made me feel at home from day one. I just loved how I was treated with respect right out of the gate.
- Intensive Outpatient (IOP)
Patients who undergo intensive outpatient treatment continue to live at home and sometimes go to school or work while participating in a highly structured treatment protocol that is focused on ending substance abuse. Programs vary in terms of how much treatment patients receive, how often and for how long. Some facilities design individualized intensive outpatient treatment programs.
- Residential Treatment
Residential treatment programs provide housing (food and meals) in addition to treatment for substance abuse. Some facilities offer only short-term residential treatment, some offer only long-term treatment and others offer both, ranging from a few days to many months, based on patient needs.
Brenda Cline LMFT, LAADAC, CADC II - Primary Therapist
This Center is Known For...
- Relapse Prevention
- Community Meeting
- Family Weekend
- Yes Detox Services
- Yes Behavioral Disorder Treatment
- Yes Dual-Diagnosis Treatment
- Yes Outpatient Services
- No Sober Living Home
- Yes Day School
- Yes Private Rooms
- No Pet Friendly
- No Exceptionally LGBT Friendly
- No Men Only
- No Women Only
- Average Location/Amenities
Licensing & Memberships
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