VETERANS REHABILITATION CENTER is a 224 bed state-licensed drug and alcohol rehabilitation center, with funding from the Veterans Administration (VA) and San Diego County, Drug-MediCal (DMC) program.
Our Grant Per Diem (GPD) residential Clinical Treatment Program provides services to veterans with a specific diagnosis related to a substance use disorder and/or a mental health diagnosis who are experiencing homelessness. Homeless veterans in our Clinical Treatment model participate in a wide variety of services and take part in one of four tracks: 1) Combat PTSD; 2) Co-Occurring Issues; 3) Chronic Relapse; and 4) Recovery Stabilization.
Our DMC Program is a 24-hour non-medical, residential substance use disorder (SUD) treatment, recovery and ancillary service program for homeless adults aged 18 years and above, with substance use issues, including co-occurring mental health disorders. The DMC program provides American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) care at level 3.1 and 3.5.
The Veterans Rehabilitation Center is an intensive, residential rehabilitation program treating substance use disorders, post-traumatic stress (PTS) and other behavioral health issues.
Areas of Specialty
- Chronic relapse
- Comprehensive Clinical Assessments
- Individual and Group Therapy
- Couples and Family Therapy
- Case Management
- Alcohol and other Drug Education and Counseling
- Complementary Alternative Therapies (noted in Behavioral Health and Wellness)
Both treatment programs utilize evidenced-based practices (EBPs) for all clients.