Orange County Drug Rehab


Our treatment philosophy is based on four core values – to offer hope, help others, make the world a healthier place, and create a lasting impact. Furthermore, we treat each client with the dignity and respect that we wish to be treated.

Our philosophy emphasizes a reasoned, democratic, educational focus on the impact of self-defeating and self-destructive behaviors. In particular, we focus on the client’s experience of conflict within interpersonal relationships and the client’s personal experience of distress and anxiety from within.


Treatment Program

Clear’s Orange County Drug Rehab program is designed to help clients identify, examine and treat any and all Substance Use Disorders (SUD’s). The program is also designed to identify and handle secondary problems, such as ineffectual beliefs, negative self-perceptions, and self-destructive patterns of behavior, as well as develop healthy alternatives that bring purpose and meaning to life.

Treatment Planning

A treatment plan is a face-to-face collaboration between a client and his or her counselor. It establishes client-specific goals and a continuum of recovery that improves health, wellness, and recovery outcomes.

Basic Treatment Goals

  • Stop using drugs and alcohol
  • Stay drug and alcohol free
  • Be productive in the family, at work, and in society



Substance Use Disorders (SUD’s) and pain are inextricably linked. Physical pain from a bad car accident may instigate a pain pill addiction. Emotional pain from the loss of a loved one may initiate a drinking problem. Regardless if it’s physical or emotional pain, the result is all to often the same – ADDICTION.



Given the extensive level of behavioral expectations and limits placed upon our clients, they must have, at minimum, a modest amount of motivation to establish abstinence. Clients must also be willing to accept the structural requirements of our program, which includes urine screenings, on-time attendance to all – individual sessions, group therapy sessions, and educational seminars, as well as agreement to a full-disclosure to both their physician and emergency contact in the event of a relapse, serious violation of program rules or self-destructive behavior (purging, cutting, head banging, burning).