Rehab Reviews - Page 2


Scottsdale, Ariz.
$20,000 for 28 days

If you can tolerate a two-caste system between its houses, this resort-style Arizona desert rehab has tons of amenities, making for a comfortable setting in which to get sober.

Wickenburg, Ariz.
$44,000/five weeks

Color-coded name tags, carrying around rocks and the juggling of multiple afflictions may leave some speculating on the effects of exposure to the Arizona sun. But The Meadows is high on quality as well as eccentricity.

Costa Mesa, Calif.
$24,500 for 30 days

This men-only SoCal recovery center’s success rate is, well, solid, thanks to caring staff, tranquil facilities and a robust aftercare program.

Sewanee, TN
$5,500 for 30 days; $4,500 for additional 30 days

Mary's Place is a women's retreat; a place to get away, to either be introduced to, or reintroduced to, the 12 steps. It's a place of fellowship and encouragement and it's affordable and personal.

Peeblesshire, Scotland, UK
$17,300 USD per month (shared room); $23,000 (private room).

Scotland's Castle Craig promotes abstinence as “essential for long-lasting recovery” and combines medical treatment, 12-step programs, and additional therapies including CBT, EMDR, and group, family, and mindfulness therapy.

1191 Simmons Lane Novato, CA 94945
$55,000

This exclusive Northern California rehab is all about client choice—as well as golf outings, Buddhist field trips and keeping up with the office.

Malaysia
$13,900 per month for a single room; $9,900 shared room; $5,900 for a quad room;

Solace Sabah has created what they call the Solace Flower Model, using Fusion Behavioral Therapies (CBT and REBT) along with other alternative therapies which encompass the Biological, Social, Spiritual and Psychological aspects of treatment.

Thailand
$12,900 for 28 days

This luxury Thai rehab brings on the namaste with lush surroundings and daily pampering, but also has highly trained medical staff who know why residents are here.

San Juan Capistrano, CA
$14,500

While their stated primary goal is to help people recover and understand addiction, the experience is intended to be transformative, with counselors providing the tools for change and clients doing the heavy lifting.

Antigua
$24,000/mo.

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.

Tucson, Ariz.
$47,680

This high-end desert facility caters to a plethora of emotional and behavioral disorders. The luxury, Native American wisdom and stunning views on offer sufficed to entice Tiger Woods and Ringo Starr.

Malibu, Calif.
$28,000/first mo.; $14,000/mo. thereafter

This laid-back Malibu beachfront rehab charts a holistic path to recovery, which suits the twenty- and thirtysomethings who come here—you just might have to clock a few extra miles on the sand to burn off Chef Monte’s hearty home-cooking.

Malibu, Calif.
$48,000 for 28 days

This intimate California rehab is a good choice for anyone doesn’t want to feel like just another cog in the system. And, says one resident, “Everyone is so nice!”

Boynton Beach, Florida
$12,000 (Residential and PHP), $2,500 (IOP)

This affordable South Florida treatment facility combines holistic therapies and 12-step recovery with a compassionate and hands-on staff.

Las Vegas
$750/day

In one of the world’s least sober cities, Las Vegas Recovery Center is an island of serenity in a sea of vice. Although the busy schedule at this Nevada rehab and pain-management center makes some feel cramped, alumni have nothing but high marks for its compassionate staff.

Tucson, AZ
90 days: $25,000, 7 months: $35,000

Circle Tree Ranch provides residential addiction rehabilitation services for men and women over the age of 18, including pregnant women, and parents undergoing drug and alcohol treatment whose children reside with them on the campus.

Malibu, Calif.
$57,000

Glamour and luxury pervade Promises' magnificent Malibu facility. A month here may cost you three times more than a month at the Paris Ritz, but for well-heeled clients like Diana Ross and Britney Spears, price isn't really an issue.

Los Angeles
$5,000 (Calif. residents); $7,500 (others)

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.

Palm Springs, Calif.
$23,500 for 30 days

It’s not all spa visits, seaweed body wraps and hot-stone massages in Palm Springs, Calif.—though there is plenty of that. Real recovery also takes place at this “Integrated Treatment Model” rehab.

Capo By the Sea 26682 Avenida Las Palmas Capistrano Beach, CA 92624
$24,500 (semi-private)

Capo By The Sea offers an executive rehab program complete with medical detox and a focus on dual-diagnosis issues, as well as an outpatient option in an environment that exudes the kind of beach house optimism one would expect from an Orange County recovery outfit.

West Palm Beach, Fla.
$34,000

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.

Sausalito, Calif.
$50,000/35 days

This luxe San Francisco rehab remains free-thinking in some ways—see for instance its Native American sweat lodge—while it grows more traditional in others.

San Juan Capistrano, Calif.
$28,700 for 30 days

With its beach-town comfort and flexible fusion of 12-step traditions and holistic therapies, this gender-segregated rehab has a lot to offer.

Canaan, Conn.
$30,000 for 28 days (does not include detox)

Alumni rave about Mountainside's Mind-Body-Spirit program which includes activities such as yoga, Four Agreements and acupuncture. They also have two full-time psychiatrists on staff who specialize in addiction medicine.

Back2Basics 1600 W University Ave #109 Flagstaff, AZ 86001
$9,000/mo.

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.

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