Our greatest strength is our people that fight for us, and we are committed to their well-being, Coachella Valley Recovery Center firmly believes that seeking help for substance abuse, alcohol or mental health treatment is a sign of strength and resilience.
By ensuring that our courageous military men, women & families have services available that allow service members or families to seek help confidentially, for any reason, at any time and in any environment, and we aim to reduce the stigma associated with seeking help.
We support them through the detox process, residential treatment and from day one begin an after care plan that sets them up for success.
A significant factor in recovery success is learning to deal with your struggles every day. Your environment could be full of triggers like friends and family members who don’t have sympathy for your decision to get sober, friends who constantly abuse drugs and encourage you to do so, or even triggers from your past trauma. At our inpatient rehab in Southern California, Coachella Valley residents have an opportunity to leave their current environment, step away and focus internally.
That is why our inpatient alcohol and drug rehab program helps you change how you think about yourself and your surroundings. We help you work your way through poor communication with your family so that they understand their role in your sobriety and you understand good communication and family dynamics when you leave. This type of therapy gives you coping skills and communication skills for those times when your home life or family circumstances cause you stress and make you think about turning back to drugs or alcohol.
Our inpatient facility gives you positive psychology, social support, coping skills, and social skills that you can develop in group meetings. This gives you the chance to process your emotions when they are right so that you can identify when saw patterns are beneficial for you or when they hinder you. These skills give you the chance to stop yourself when you’re having negative thoughts and change them. This helps you change your behavior and your actions.
We want you to be the best version of yourself, think highly of yourself, and be confident that you can handle whatever stress, mental health disorders, or triggers life throws your way without relapse.