Recover With Us At
The Discovery House


Recover With Us At
The Discovery House

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Care at The Discovery House

Our Programs

From detox to discharge, we offer a full continuum of care to give you the best environment for recovery. Our support includes:

✓ Sub-Acute Drug & Alcohol Detox
✓ Residential Addiction Treatment
✓ Counseling & Therapy
✓ Discharge Planning

Your Safety

The safety of our clients is of utmost importance to us. We voluntarily undergo evaluations which allow us to constantly raise our standards and deliver reliable, safe care in our rehab programs.

✓ Licensed by State of California
✓ Joint Commission Gold Seal
✓ Round the clock staff

Our Approach

We understand better than everyone else that what works for one person will not work the same way for another. That’s why all our programs are tailored to meet the individual needs of everyone.

✓ 3 : 1 Client to Counsellor Ratio
✓ Maximum Treatment Effectiveness
✓ Unique programs for unique cases

Our Programs


Client Success Stories

Meet our Team

Nicholas Russi

Nicholas Russi

Nicholas has worked in the substance abuse and mental health field for the last 18 years.

Shari Colato

Shari Colato

Ms. Colato began at The Discovery House in February of 2017 to help those struggling

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Have some Questions?

Addiction rehab can help a person recover from drug and/or alcohol addictions. Some rehabs specialize in helping patients with a specific substance abuse addiction; others offer a broader range of drug addiction services. Some addiction rehab facilities are even gender- or age-specific, and some can be residential or outpatient centers.

Drug abuse, also called substance abuse or chemical abuse, is a disorder that is characterized by a destructive pattern of using any chemical substance, including alcohol, that leads to significant problems or distress. Those who abuse drugs and alcohol still have control over their lives. Drug addiction, also called substance dependence or chemical dependency, is identified by an inability to stop using a drug and failure to meet work, social or family obligations. Physical dependence alone does not constitute addiction, but it often accompanies addiction.

If you experience withdrawal symptoms after you stop taking a drug or drinking alcohol or if your doctor has told you to stop doing drugs or drinking for your health, you should seek treatment. If you’ve lost your job, had your spouse/partner leave because of your using or want to cut down or stop using the drug but can’t, seek treatment. If you are addicted, quitting drugs or alcohol by yourself is almost impossible and if you’re like most people, drug rehab is the only thing that will save you.

Detox is a process or period of time in which one abstains from or rids the body of toxic or unhealthy substances, such as drugs or alcohol, to become physically stable; detoxification.

We Accept Most Insurances

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