Newport Beach Recovery Center has multiple levels of care. We believe it is helpful to have clients work with the same dedicated team throughout the various treatment programs. To ensure high-quality care, we use comprehensive assessments and monitor client progress to determine when someone is ready to transfer to a different level of care. 

Individuals with more severe substance use disorder (SUD) may require the full continuum of care. In contrast, clients with mild symptoms may benefit from participating in a short-term outpatient program. Everyone responds to recovery and treatment differently. We have highly personalized care plans to ensure that every client gets the help they need to make noticeable progress. 

What Is the Continuum of Care at Newport Beach Recovery Center? 

We offer multiple high-quality treatment services and programs at Newport Beach Recovery Center, including: 

  • Detox
  • Medication-assisted treatment (MAT)
  • Withdrawal management
  • Residential 
  • Partial hospitalization (PHP)
  • Intensive outpatient (IOP)
  • Outpatient
  • Sober living community

We designed our programs to help clients through specific stages of the recovery process. Clients may attend one or more of the programs. Some individuals may need to go through several different levels of care before they feel confident in their ability to maintain sobriety independently. We believe everyone deserves access to high-quality care to help them develop essential skills for maintaining long-term sobriety. 

With this in mind, we assist clients through transitions between levels of care. Our team educates them on what will change, how it may affect their treatment plan, and their recovery goals. We take steps to ensure that clients feel comfortable relying on their support system before they make the transition between programs or out of treatment. This includes peers, staff, and their loved ones. 

Why Are Multiple Levels of Care Necessary? 

Many people worry that when they return home, they will go right back to repeating unhealthy behaviors. By slowly making the transition, clients feel more confident in their ability to maintain sobriety. The continuum of care we offer at our facility ensures clients grow to trust the team responsible for their care. Individuals who attend our treatment programs build strong bonds with peers and our team.  

We monitor each client during the various stages of treatment to ensure their emotional and physical well-being. The tailored treatment plans we offer also ensure that each program they participate in will positively affect their recovery. Multiple levels of care provide essential tools that clients can incorporate into their daily lives to help them manage their recovery successfully. 

How Do Clients Know When to Transition? 

Clients collaborate closely with the clinical team to determine when to transition to the next level of care or out of treatment. In some cases, clients encounter setbacks that may cause them to repeat specific programs or get referred out to a specialized program before returning to complete rehabilitation at Newport Beach Recovery Center. We support our clients and alumni through the entire continuum of care and consider their personal goals when making treatment decisions. 

Below are some indicators that someone may need a different level of care: 

  • Loss of motivation or ambivalence
  • Decreased effectiveness of therapy 
  • Increased self-awareness and steady progress 
  • A substantial change in the severity and number of symptoms

If an individual notices these traits in themselves, they can discuss this with their care team. Additionally, we train staff members to recognize these signs. Should a staff member recognize these indicators, they will address the need for change with the patient.

Does Support Change at Different Levels of Care? 

Each level of care focuses on a specific stage of recovery to enhance the effectiveness of treatment. As clients move through the different programs we offer, they will have less structure to help them practice utilizing their coping skills in the real world. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), “Services are based on a continuum [of care], starting with the least restrictive services that require less time and participation, to the most restrictive services that require more time and participation.” Our facility’s most structured programs include: 

  • Residential
  • Detox
  • Withdrawal management
  • Medication-assisted treatment (MAT)

Mandatory check-ins, drug tests, and therapy attendance make these programs effective. Lower levels of care include intensive outpatient, outpatient, and our sober living community, where clients must maintain their own ongoing recovery with minimal supervision.  

The amount of support our clients receive during each level of care does not change even if the structure of the treatment becomes less formal. We are always here to provide encouragement, resources, and assistance to clients at every stage of their recovery. Correspondingly, we tailor the services we offer each client to ensure they address any underlying issues or co-occurring conditions that might affect treatment. Newport Beach Recovery Center provides clients with all the tools they need to continue healing and progressing in their recovery goals. 

Newport Beach Recovery Center offers multiple levels of care to help our clients make steady, observable progress in their recovery from substance use disorder. We provide a full continuum of treatment services, including detox and withdrawal management, residential treatment, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, outpatient, and a sober living community. We also assist with the transition between programs by offering transportation to and from the facility and support services to ensure the comfort and safety of our clients. Newport Beach Recovery Center provides personalized treatment plans that focus on preparing individuals in recovery to maintain independent sobriety. We use educational classes, therapy, peer support, skill development, and other resources to ensure clients feel prepared when they complete our programs. Clients collaborate with our care team to create achievable goals. To learn more about our programs, call us today at (888) 850-0363.