The Rose of Newport Beach is a unique treatment center that was designed for women by women. Located in beautiful Newport Beach, California, The Rose offers life-changing care that helps women as they work toward overcoming problems with substance abuse, chemical dependency, and co-occurring mental health concerns. With a wide range of interventions available, The Rose provides fully customized care in a manner that is designed to meet each woman’s specific needs and concerns, recognize her strengths and skill set, and help her to ultimately achieve success in reaching her recovery goals.
The treatment experience at The Rose is an intimate one, designed for no more than six women to be in a particular phase of treatment at any given time. This intimacy allows women to benefit from having a comprehensive treatment experience without feeling as if they are getting lost in a sea of people. The personalized care that each woman receives while at The Rose helps not only to encourage sobriety in its infancy, but also to set the stage for lasting healing.
The Rose offers dynamic programming options through a three-phase residential treatment experience. When women take part in residential treatment at The Rose, they will receive individualized treatment plans that incorporate various therapeutic interventions and treatment modalities into their overall plans of care so that healing can be experienced on a profound level. As part of the three-phase treatment experience, women will take part in traditional residential care before stepping down into partial hospitalization programming (PHP), and then on to intensive outpatient programming (IOP).
Drug & Alcohol Detoxification Services
At the beginning of a woman’s time in treatment, she may benefit from receiving detoxification services if substances of abuse are present in her system. At The Rose of Newport Beach, detoxification, or detox, services are medically monitored so as to ensure each client’s comfort, safety, and stability as any toxic substances are removed from her system. Once the detox process is complete, she can then seamlessly transition into the therapeutic aspects of residential care.
Phase I: Residential Rehabilitation
Residential treatment, which is the first part of the three phases of care, typically lasts for 30 days. During this time, women participate in a variety of therapeutic interventions including individual therapy, group therapy, family therapy, and medication management (if they are suffering from symptoms of co-occurring mental health conditions). Through the use of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), family systems therapy, and the 12-Step philosophy of treating addiction, women benefit from a well-rounded approach to care as they work towards overcoming chemical dependency. The foundation of their care is rooted in evidence-based and clinically excellent practices, which help mold their treatment experiences into ones that are fully transformative.
In order to ensure that women are able to achieve healing in their minds, bodies, and spirits, The Rose is pleased to offer numerous options for experiential therapy interventions that provide a holistic approach to the care delivered. There are a number of different types of experiential therapies that clients may participate in, which can include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Beach walks
Phase II: Partial Hospitalization Programming (PHP)
Once the first phase of treatment is complete, women can then move on to the second phase of care, which exists in The Rose’s partial hospitalization program (PHP). During a woman’s time in PHP, the skills and abilities that she learned and developed while in residential care are enhanced and expanded upon, offering her the opportunity to begin practicing the things she has learned so that she can feel confident as she begins to make headway towards transitioning onto the next level of care. Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), co-dependency workshops, and trauma resolution workshops may all be incorporated into a client’s care during her time in PHP, if doing so is deemed of benefit to her particular needs.
Phase III: Intensive Outpatient Programming (IOP)
The third phase of treatment is found in The Rose’s intensive outpatient program (IOP). In IOP, women will continue to work with the same talented team of experienced staff members while participating in the same evidence-based therapeutic interventions and treatment modalities, yet in a less rigorous and more relaxed manner. IOP is meant to provide women with a comprehensive and streamlined way to transition from the PHP level of care before completing treatment and returning home.
In IOP, women continue to take part in programming that has been customized according to their needs, which may include art therapy, individual and group therapies, and hypnotherapy, among many others.
If a woman has completed residential programming at a different treatment center, yet would like to participate in the PHP and IOP options for care at The Rose, she may do so by engaging in treatment through The Rose II. This program allows women to receive the life-changing care offered through the second and third phases of treatment without having had to participate in residential treatment at The Rose. Therapeutic interventions are mindfully integrated into each woman’s treatment plan, ensuring that she reaps the same benefits that clients who are transitioning out of The Rose’s residential program receive.
Once a woman has completed all three phases of treatment through The Rose, or the two phases of treatment offered through The Rose II, she will have developed newfound confidence in her ability to successfully walk through life without resuming use of drugs or alcohol. However, at The Rose, we also understand that recovery and maintaining sobriety can be a life-long process, and so we are pleased to offer our clients thorough aftercare planning in order to make sure that they have the support, encouragement, and ongoing guidance that they need in order to stay true to their recovery and prevent relapse.
When women are suffering from an addiction to drugs or alcohol, it can affect them in countless ways, and it can be a challenge that can seem insurmountably difficult to defeat. At The Rose, we view each woman who comes to our center for care as the unique individual that she is. We do not see an addiction when we look at our clients; we see bright, vibrant women who are in need of a supportive community as they work towards overcoming the compulsion to use drugs and/or alcohol. We strive to provide effective care that addresses each woman as a whole, allowing her to experience healing on a profound level.
If you, your mother, sister, wife, friend, partner, or other loved one is need of truly transformative treatment that is delivered in a safe, comforting, and nurturing environment, please do not hesitate to contact The Rose of Newport Beach today.