A structured day is an important building block to successful recovery. Learn more about a typical day at Sunrise Recovery Ranch.
Our Highly Structured Schedule
Our drug treatment center in Southern CA is very successful in helping men overcome addiction and alcoholism. Here is a day in the life of our drug rehab.
Clients at Sunrise Recovery Ranch follow a highly structured daily schedule. The day begins at 6:30 a.m. when patients wake up in their spacious, sun-lit rooms on our six-bedroom ranch in the Riverside foothills. Clients take advantage of our peaceful location with panoramic views of the mountains to the east and surrounding meadows to meditate in the morning.
Breakdown of Our Typical Day
Clients at Sunrise Recovery Ranch follow a highly structured daily routine. The day begins at 6:30 a.m. when the clients wake up in their spacious, sun-lit rooms on our 9-acre ranch in the Riverside foothills.
Clients take advantage of our peaceful location with panoramic views of the mountains to the east and surrounding meadows to meditate in the morning.
Led by a marriage and family therapist, this group helps clients work through their underlying feelings and issues by guiding them through our research-based recovery curriculum. Men and women learn about the disease of addiction, anger management, communication skills, relapse prevention, spirituality and other recovery-related topics.
Lectures are educational sessions about addiction and recovery led by our marriage and family therapist.
Step Process Group
This group guides patients through Steps 1 through 3 of the 12-Step program.
Patients identify the people, places, and things that trigger their cravings to use drugs or alcohol and formulate a plan for dealing with those triggers after they leave the ranch. Our staff helps set up therapy appointments, intensive outpatient treatment, and 12-Step involvement, depending on each patient’s individual needs.
Every evening, patients have free time to play softball, read, write letters or journal. The entire community also enjoys off-campus outings such as movies, bowling, the driving range or a hike up scenic Mount Rubidoux.
Big Book Study
Patients work through the “Big Book” of Alcoholics Anonymous with guidance and feedback from our counselors.
Patients use the information from lectures to complete handouts from our recovery book, with assistance and feedback from our team of counselors.