When drugs and alcohol take over, it can feel like there's no way out. The truth is — people that came in feeling that same helplessness are leaving here now healed, sober and with renewed purpose. Even if it's not your first rehab, this will be your best. Only 12 clients are allowed at a time, making your treatment truly personalized and private. A full list of holistic options like acupuncture, music therapy and yoga compliment the intense, daily therapy sessions. You deserve addiction care that truly cares.
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Dr. Rodney Collins is a board certified Addiction Medicine and General Adult Psychiatrist. He started his career in the Army as General Medical Officer in 1984. He then practiced general and emergency medicine for eight years prior to his residency training in Psychiatry at UCLA and Sepulveda V.A. Medical Center. Dr. Collins originally graduated from Stanford University and received his medical degree from Howard University in Washington D.C.
"The addiction epidemic is real. I'm here to remind those affected that they do matter and that there is hope for a fulfilling life in recovery."More
Dr. Danielle White is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with over 15 years of experience providing psychotherapy and supervision in inpatient hospitals, other residential treatment programs, community mental health settings and private practice with primary emphasis on substance abuse and dual diagnosis issues.
“Each individual in recovery has a story; that’s what makes their situation unique. By taking a more holistic approach to treatment, one that focuses on healing the mind, body and spirit, core issues can be brought to the forefront.”More
Chef Johnnie is an L.A. native with an East Coast Italian heritage. He was born and raised in the food industry at his family’s Restaurant San Gennaro, in Brentwood Village. If you were there in the ‘80s and saw pizza dough twirling from the open kitchen, chances are there was an eight-year old Chef Johnnie under it.
"I make everything from scratch — from classics like eggplant parm to seared sesame-crusted tuna. Nutrition is critical to feeling better physically, which is the first step in recovery."More