Adelante Recovery Center provides clients with personalized care. We take a holistic approach to addiction treatment, considering each person’s physical, emotional, and spiritual needs. Our specialized addiction treatment programs are designed to address the specific challenges you may face as a senior, student, first responder, or veteran. Learn more about our specialized addiction treatment programs.
Veterans and active military members are more likely to suffer from PTSD than people in the civilian population. And veterans who are exposed to combat are much more likely to develop substance abuse problems—one study found that prescription drug abuse was twice as high among active duty and veteran military than the general population. Through our substance abuse and alcohol addiction programs for military and veterans, we ensure vets get the mental health services they need in addition to addiction treatment.
Older people are more susceptible to complications from substance abuse. Their bodies don’t break down alcohol as well, and they might take medications that interfere with alcohol and other substances. Because of stigma around addiction, older individuals may be more reluctant to seek treatment. Adelante Recovery Center offers alcohol and drug treatment programs for older adults and seniors. We recognize that seniors may face age-specific issues related to physical health, financial security, mental health and acuity, and changes in family dynamics.
Addiction Treatment for First Responders
First responders like EMTs, firefighters, and police officers put their lives on the line every day. They often face adrenaline-filled situations and may witness violence and cruelty on the job. Many struggle with physical pain from on the job injuries, long hours, and lack of sleep. The counselors and addiction specialists at our treatment center for first responders help these everyday heroes find effective ways of managing stress and anxiety—without drugs or alcohol.
Addiction Treatment for College Students
Students are under pressure to get good grades, fit in with peers, and become more independent. For some students, experimentation with alcohol and drugs at school will escalate into abuse. Since brain development continues into young adulthood, younger people are more at risk from developing long-term mental health problems from substance abuse. That’s why it’s so important to get help if you’re struggling with addiction. Adelante Recovery Center offers personalized treatment programs for students at our Orange County treatment center in Corona del Mar, CA.
Addiction Treatment for Athletes
Athletes are pushed to perform to their absolute limits, and the pressure to succeed can be incredibly stressful. This, combined with a culture that glamorizes alcohol and drugs, can leave many professional athletes struggling with substance abuse and addiction. Our addiction treatment program for athletes specifically addresses the issues athletes face, from work-related injuries to performance pressures and societal expectations. Our athlete support groups provide a safe, confidential, and supportive environment as you work through recovery.
Addiction Treatment for Executives
The same strengths that help executives succeed—problem solving, diligence, and perfectionism—can also be stumbling blocks to addiction recovery. Demanding work schedules and occupation-specific stressors can make it even harder to get help. Adelante’s drug and alcohol rehab for executives in Orange County provides a safe space where you can share your thoughts, feelings, worries, and fears confidentially. Being around peers who understand your struggles can be incredibly helpful on your recovery journey.
Addiction Treatment for LGBTQ Community
People who identify as LGBTQ+ are more likely to deal with stigma, harassment, abuse, family rejection, and a general lack of social support. This puts them at greater risk for substance abuse and addiction. Our LGBTQ drug and alcohol addiction treatment program creates a safe, supportive, and empowering environment where you can share your experiences without fear of judgment. Our compassionate staff will connect you with an inclusive peer community and support you through recovery.