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Full Circle RecoveryThe Basics

For almost 20 years, Full Circle Recovery has offered a variety of substance abuse treatment options in Norco, California. Full Circle provides residential treatment in increments of 30, 60, 90 days and six months in two houses located in Norco. It also offers an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) and basic outpatient treatment from its administrative offices. Clients have the option of following a Christian 12-step model or the traditional 12-step modality as well as specialized treatment for co-occurring disorders,

Accommodations and Food

Full Circle residential services are offered at “The Ranch” and the “Hill Home.” The Ranch can house up to 15 men. One bedroom is shared between four, one is a double and there is also a big bunk house for eight. The Hill Home is a co-ed 3,800 square foot luxury home, with three gender-specific double bedrooms and a master bedroom that sleeps three. Clients share four baths.

All meals are prepared and provided for the clients at both facilities by an on-staff chef. Both houses eat dinner at the Ranch on Monday nights. While the shared chef cooks for both houses, the higher number of clients at the Ranch makes it the chef’s home base.

Treatment and Staff

If necessary, Full Circle clients may start treatment with a five to seven day, social model detox, under the supervision of a staff nurse. Once detox is completed clients may enter residential treatment. An assessment dictates the length of stay and groups offered. Group therapy sessions at both Hill Home the Ranch take place from 10 am to 3 pm. Other offerings include vocational training, AA/NA meetings, relapse prevention and psychoeducation. As Full Circle offers a Christianity-based program, many of the staff are pastors. Bible study is offered on Wednesdays (but non-religious 12-step meetings are also available as an alternative) and church services on Sundays. Clients attend as many groups as their treatment plan dictates and have one individual session per week with their assigned counselor.

Full Circle IOP clients live at home, but come to Full Circle for group during weekdays, anywhere from one to five days per week, depending on individual need. The Full Circle basic outpatient program allows clients to attend groups even less than the IOP, usually once or twice a month.

The Full Circle PHP consists of attending outpatient treatment at the office and residing in one of two sober living homes. Prospective clients must have completed 60 to 90 days of treatment at Full Circle or elsewhere. The cost of stay for which does not include meals but does include utilities. While there, clients are helped in finding work or enrolling in school. They must attend one group in morning or evening and meet individually with their counselor once a week.

Full Circle staff consists of eight CDACs, three MFTs, as well as a nurse practitioner.

Extras

Full Circle aftercare, consists of joining the Full Circle IOP on a month to month basis.

In Summary

Wide variety of services and two decades of experience give Full Circle Recovery a respectable pedigree. The Christian-based modality offered may not be for some but there is a secular alternative. Relatively reasonable costs round out a picture of a great substance abuse treatment continuum in Norco.

Full Circle Recovery Offices
1860 Lampton Ln
​Norco, CA 92860

The Ranch
3666 Valley View Ave
Norco, CA 92860

Hill Home
139 Trakehner Pl
Norco, CA 92860

Full Circle Recovery Cost: $1,500 (detox); $2,500 – $3,500 (residential treatment, 30 days); $550 (PHP, 30 days), $100 – $400 (IOP and outpatient, 30 days ). Reach Full Circle Recovery by phone at (951) 737-6199 or by email at [email protected]. Find Full Circle Recovery on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn

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Photo courtesy of Seton Morris (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons (resized and cropped).

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