Detox Center

Why Our Detox Center Works

For more than 25 years the Pat Moore Foundation has specialized in alcohol and drug detoxification treatment. In fact, we’ve understood there are many factors contributing to our clients’ addictions and we strive to give them the individual attention they deserve – no two addicts are alike. If necessary, we construct our detox treatment programs to feature medically-assisted detoxification. Factors such as; alcohol or drug consumption levels, age, gender, family history, and tolerance are all part of this dynamic, and understanding this is what makes the Pat Moore Foundation unique it its own right.

How Our Detox Center Works

The most powerful tool we have at the Pat Moore Foundation is our staff. We recognize that withdrawing from alcohol or drugs can create a plethora of physical and emotional stresses, so when our clients enter our 44-bed facility they are assigned a case manager. Our case managers are Certified Addiction Specialists who meet daily with each client to ensure they are as comfortable as possible and to make sure their concerns are being met. This truly offers personalized treatment that quickly fosters a bonding relationship. We also have a psychologist, doctor, psychiatrist, and a team on staff that places our client-staff ratio to nearly one-on-one.

Creating a safe detoxification center environment is first and foremost at the Pat Moore Foundation. We strive to ensure a comfortable, home-like environment because we’ve come to know this is crucial to our clients’ state of mind. Contingent upon their physical well-being, each client will continue to participate in counseling sessions with their case manager as well as group therapy. In addition to this, if a client needs further medical attention, the Costa Mesa and Newport Beach area have renowned hospitals within minutes of the Pat Moore Foundation’s Costa Mesa campus and facility.

Alone, detoxification treatment is rarely sufficient in terms of fostering long-term abstinence so we strongly recommend our residential treatment of 90-days. Our minimum stay is 30-days, and each includes a customized alcohol detox program.

Certified by the State of California

The Pat Moore Foundation's alcohol and drug detox and treatment programs are certified by the State of California and are designed to provide either non-medical or medically-managed detoxifications (using Suboxone, Subutex, and Buprenorphine when appropriate). Located in Costa Mesa, California, which is close to Newport Beach and Huntington Beach, and only an hour's drive from Los Angeles and San Diego, our individual homes are situated on a unique co-ed campus that offers gender specific treatment.

Call Pat Moore Foundation now, today, at (888) 426-6086.

Counselors are available 24-hours every day. If you'd like us to contact you, send a confidential message online by filling out our online form.

Note: All medical services are administered by medical professionals, which are facilitated and operated solely under the jurisdiction of a separate medical corporation.

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