The Rose of Newport Beach is a 12-step-based residential substance abuse treatment program for women. Located on the beautiful southern California coast, The Rose is affiliated with Sunrise Recovery, based in nearby Riverside. Sunrise Recovery also operates a men’s program called The Landing and offers outpatient treatment. The Rose offers a three-phase, 30-day residential program as well as detox, an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) and a Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP). As a dual diagnosis program, The Rose only accepts clients who suffer from chemical dependency alongside a psychiatric disorder. Clients see a psychiatrist within 72 hours of admission and may extend past the 30-day standard stay if necessary.
Accommodations and Food
The Rose’s home-like facility is found on the edge of the beach in the upscale town of Newport, California. All treatment takes place at the Sunrise Recovery offices to which the Rose’s clients are transported, daily. Clients are not allowed cell phones or laptops but are permitted to use personal music players. The program accepts no more than six women at a time. Two clients share each room but may make arrangements for a private one, for an extra charge. Meals are prepared by an on-site chef and served family style.
Treatment and Staff
At The Rose of Newport Beach, detox services are offered on-site and medically monitored so as to ensure each client’s comfort, safety and stability. This process typical lasts three to five days. Once the detox process is complete, clients seamlessly transition into the therapeutic aspects of residential care.
The Rose’s residential program offers daily individual, group and family therapy, as well as medication management for those who need it. The Rose employs CBT, DBT, ACT and family systems therapy. While in treatment clients also work on life skills, anger management and continual care planning. This includes making aftercare arrangements, self-esteem building and trigger identification, as well as relapse prevention. A typical day at The Rose begins with breakfast and medication for those who need it. The women are then transported to the main facility, where they have a meeting with a therapist, followed by a meeting with the staff psychiatrist. From then on, the women take part in group, recreational therapy or on-site 12-step meetings.
The residential part of The Rose is considered to be the first phase of treatment while its PHP is the second phase. The PHP employs EMDR, co-dependency and trauma resolution workshops and gives the clients more freedom, allowing them to move out on their own if they desire. Lastly, The Rose’s IOP is the third phase. It utilizes the same evidence-based treatment modalities, in a less rigorous manner. IOP meets about nine hours a week. The IOP introduces art therapy and hypnotherapy. It lasts three to four weeks, offering three-hour sessions.
The Rose employs an around the clock on-site nurse, a medical doctor, a counselor and a psychiatrist. Each client is assigned a case manager who helps monitor her progress and revise the treatment plan if necessary.
During any of the three phases, clients may enjoy yoga, beach walks, Pilates, meditation and even massages. The Rose also puts a heavy emphasis on physical activities with weekly softball games and providing clients access to a gym, four times a week. When it comes to recreation, clients may also go to the movies, play basketball, go hiking, or on walking trips to nearby locations, like Laguna Beach.
At over 15 years of operation, The Rose, Newport Beach is quite a longstanding program. The services it offers are comparable to any other decent mid-range substance abuse treatment facility’s and perhaps a little bit more wide-ranging than most when it comes to the variety of different therapy modalities available. As cost and location are likewise favorable The Rose is a great treatment option for women.
The Rose of Newport Beach
6690 Limonite Frontage Rd
Riverside, CA 92509
The Rose of Newport Beach Cost: $13,500 (30 days, residential); $4,500 (24 sessions, IOP). Reach The Rose of Newport Beach by phone at (844) 710-3976 or by email at [email protected]. Find Sunrise Recovery on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Google+ and LinkedIn
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