Clean and Sober Recovery Services offers a variety of rehab services which are outlined below. We encourage you to contact this Orangevale, CA rehab to verify and get more detail on addiction treatment services which are offered in Orangevale.
- General Orangevale substance abuse treatment
Clean and Sober Recovery Services offers the following addiction treatment programs in Orangevale.
- Inpatient addiction treatment in Orangevale
- Short term residential treatment
- Long term residential treatment in Orangevale
Clean and Sober Recovery Services in Orangevale, CA caters addiction treatment programs to special groups:
- Individuals inflicted by drug and/or alcohol addiction
- Teens / adolescents seeking addiction treatment in Orangevale
Clean and Sober Recovery Services costs and payment information.
- Treatment costs: Unknown
- Rehab payment options: Self payment
Treatment in Orangevale at Clean and Sober Recovery Services is available in the following language(s): English
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This place is only good for somebody who has absolutely NO life skills or common sense because the counselors do nothing but punish people for not following ridiculous house rules like placing your cup on the counter to the right of a piece of blue tape. They make people sit through classes where guest speakers just drone on about their lives, time spent in prison and other things that taught me nothing about recovery. They drag people to the same tired AA meetings where it’s mostly old men cussing profusely and complaining about their ex-wives and how they’ve been screwed over by everyone throughout their lives. They claim not to be an AA program, yet they force everyone to get a sponsor within 7 days. Then they force people to work the steps as fast as possible whether people buy into the whole 12 step thing or not. When we met together, all my counselor said repeatedly was just turn it over to my higher power. Great advice for life. Just do nothing.
In reflection, I would’ve been better off just going to an AA meeting on my own and asking someone for help after the meeting. I wish I had my time and money back.
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