We provide state-of-the-art, individually tailored, and holistic treatment for those struggling with the full spectrum of chemical dependency, eating disorders, and co-occurring mental health issues. Our comprehensive and innovative treatment philosophy is based upon our understanding of the complex and progressive nature of chemical dependency and eating disorders. Instead of focusing on the symptoms, we treat the person and the underlying issues that have led to the harmful behaviors.
Our individualized approach honors all aspects of our clients’ lives, stories, and experiences in a safe and supportive environment conducive to recovery and a deep level of personal growth. We do not place our focus on symptoms; rather, we provide treatment, support, and guidance to the individual client and their family. We care. We get it.
Many individuals in recovery face multiple problems at the same time, often there are co-occurring issues such as depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, self harming behaviors, or mood disorders that need to be addressed. While at La Ventana Treatment Programs, clients work with a clinical team that specialize in these issues, as well as complex trauma and challenges specific to each individual client. Our treatment team includes physicians who specialize in addiction and eating disorders, psychiatrists, licensed therapists, dieticians, and certified drug and alcohol addiction counselors. Our specialists collaborate to ensure that healing is taking place – both physically and emotionally.
Over the course of treatment, our clients learn to effectively manage their lives (sleep, stress, diet, work, family). We teach clients how to minimize conflict, identify their symptoms early on, know when they need more support and utilize friends and family as valuable resources.
Most or all of your treatment may be covered by your insurance. Contact La Ventana to learn more about insurance and financing. We have locations in Southern California and a staff willing to answer any questions you might have. We want to help, and we’ll work with you to make recovery accessible.
In other words, we get it.