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Adolescents struggling with substance use or mental health challenges are not broken — and they deserve a future that’s beyond better. Our adolescent treatment program in Orange County helps young boys and girls achieve healing that transforms and sustains entire families.

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Supporting Proper Aftercare for Your Adolescent
An adolescent’s path to long-term sobriety begins with a rehab program, and continues for months or years afterwards...
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Self Identity and What It Means for Teen Recovery
Addiction counselors and therapists have long recognized the connection between self-esteem and substance abuse....
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Relapse Triggers and How to Avoid Them
Anecdotal stories about recovering drug addicts and alcoholics who have experienced a relapse are so common that many...
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Success Factors in Teen Substance Abuse Recovery
Most parents will agree that nurturing a teen who is not plagued by drug or alcohol addiction is a challenge in and of...
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The Importance of Aftercare in Recovery
By some measures, more than half of all alcoholics and drug addicts who have completed a standard 28-day course of...
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The Primary Objectives of Adolescent Addiction Recovery
Adolescents have brain structures and pathways that are far from mature. From this perspective alone, it makes perfect...
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Addiction Treatment Programs for LGBT Youth
All over the world, even in its most developed nations, the LGBT community is one of the most discriminated-against...
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The 5 Phases of Addiction Recovery
Addictive behavior isn’t limited to what the addict does while under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Those actions...
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These Smartphone Apps are Designed to Support your Recovery
More and more Americans are dealing with addiction, and science and technology are doing their best to keep up. Mobile...
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Can I Drug Test My Child?
The answer is yes: You can drug test your own child. It may seem invasive, and it may cause a rift within the...
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