Visions offers top-of-the-line treatment for 13 to 18 year old addicts, with alumni that includes Elizabeth Brockovich—daughter of Erin Brockovich—who found treatment in Vision's outpatient, day school, sober living and their Launch program.
The “beach-house-relaxed” Cliffside Malibu claims to provide an oasis for recovering addicts and alcoholics. And that’s just what you'll get—if you’ve got the cash.
This SoCal rehab fosters a regimented but respectful recovery environment, where teens learn how to live sober through plenty of 12-step meetings and life-skills classes—not to mention "equine-assisted psychotherapy" and mixed martial arts.
Traffic fumes aside, Authentic Recovery Center is a haven for addicts seeking individualized care.
Run by a charismatic rabbi and his social-worker wife, this affordable Los Angeles rehab tutors its residents in both Judaism and recovery. But even the goyim leave happy.
If you’re not sold on the 12 Steps, this upscale six-person rehab, opened in July 2011, might be the one for you.
This Arizona rehab prescribes high doses of AA meetings and backpacking for young guys who not only need to get sober, but also learn the basics (think cooking and cleaning) of living in the real world.
Want many of the luxury amenities A-listers have come to expect—including an enormous backyard with a pool and patio, an herb garden, a volleyball net and a spectacular vista of the Santa Monica mountains—with a recovery program to match?
Perched beside a turquoise lake in Palm Beach County, The Hanley Center boasts the amenities of a swank spa, the treatment program of a first-rate hospital and the sex appeal of a nunnery.
Eric Clapton's drug and alcohol rehab in Antigua is stunningly beautiful and strictly professional. The only problem is readjusting to reality once you're out.