We believe that the relationship we develop with ourselves and others creates and sustains recovery.

Simple Recovery is recognized as the premier drug and alcohol addiction treatment center located in Southern California. Simple Recovery is renowned for its excellence in client-centered care, quality and outcomes; creative and effective services; and organizational integrity, optimism and mindfulness.

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We Don’t Just Talk – We Do

Our addiction treatment program seeks to meet each client where he is right now in his addiction and help him incorporate his newfound sobriety into his existing world, whether that is through career or education exploration, expanding social skills, or in re-establishing healthy family connections. The achievement and maintenance of sobriety, success and self-respect occurs through both the drug and alcohol treatment process and behavioral change. Simply put: We don’t just talk about it, we also do it through our action-oriented treatment model.

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Simple Success Stories

  • “….. The staff at Simple Recovery was unlike any other treatment team. They are much more involved with each client 1 on 1. They helped me through all of my problems. They taught me how to pay bills, find a job, start building credit, build and maintain a relationship with my family and friends, go back to school and most of all, how to have fun without drugs and alcohol. Before, I had only dreamed of being sober. I have six months sober now and more than I ever dreamed about. I have a job, a family relationship, a college certification and much more. They didn’t only teach me how to stop.
    They taught me I never have to use drugs and alcohol again.”

    Grateful, Michael C

  • I came to Simple Recovery addicted to drugs…. I just couldn’t stop. It had gotten to the point where I had to take a pill every morning just to get through a few hours. I was so caught up in everything. I didn’t think anyone else knew how bad it was. I felt dead inside. My family had an intervention on me, and I was brought to Simple Recovery. I was scared, and honestly wasn’t even sure if I could live a different life. The staff seemed to understand how I felt and guided me through a process of finding something bigger than my addiction. I didn’t think it was possible to live a drug free life. I didn’t even remember what I liked to do or who I was. Simple Recovery helped me figure out who I really was and gave me a purpose. They helped me discover another way of life and I am forever grateful. I know the staff will always be there to support me on my journey.

    Andrew S.

  • “I didn’t think that I could ever have fun without drinking or doing some sort of drug. The staff took us out on adventures like hiking, surfing, paddle boarding, boxing matches and everything. We worked a lot on who I was and who I could become, but they also made sure that I had time to smile again. I didn’t think I ever could without some sort of substance. I now have a part-time job and volunteer, but make sure I always put my recovery first”

    John G.

From our blog…

Why Are Men Twice As Likely to Be Alcoholics and Drug Users?

Addiction can affect different people in different ways, but it can also affect both genders in different ways too. According to a study by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, men are more likely to become alcoholics than women. This isn’t to say that there are no female alcoholics, but there appear to be certain aspects of the male brain chemistry that make them more susceptible to alcoholism. Research has found that the male brains tend to release more dopamine when consuming alcohol. This is one of the factors that can heighten the chances of addiction to alcohol.

In order to understand this, it is important to know why people become addicted to a specific drug. A lot of the time it has to do with dopamine, a special type of neurotransmitter that is released by the human brain. Dopamine is released during the use of alcohol as well as drugs like cocaine. When dopamine is released, many people experience a high that is difficult to get back unless the drug is used again.

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