At The Rose of Newport Beach, the women we treat are our top priority. From admission to discharge, we work with professional referrals to provide quality care for clients.
Why Refer to Us?
At The Rose of Newport Beach, the women we treat are our top priority. We are dedicated to identifying and treating the obvious and not-so-obvious addiction-related concerns that are plaguing our clients with the utmost compassion and commitment to clinical excellence.
In many instances, those who come to us for care have been previously treated by other professionals who also share our vision of trying to heal women’s minds, bodies, and spirits through effective treatment. When such professionals feel our services would benefit those they are treating, they refer their clients to us so that those women can experience the transformative care we offer. We value the relationships we have with other professionals and referring sources and welcome them as part of our treatment team when a woman battling addiction requires our level of care.
With the client’s consent, we are able to keep a referent abreast of the progress his or her client is making at our center. Additionally, we can collaborate with any referent who will be providing follow-up care to our clients so that each woman who completes treatment at our center can make a smooth transition back to her previous treatment provider.
Our Professional Referral Sources
We welcome the opportunity to work with past, current, and future referral sources so that women who are struggling with addictions can heal and achieve the recovered lives they deserve to be living. Among the various types of referral sources who have worked with our staff, the following are those that frequently contact The Rose and believe that we are the ideal treatment center for women to reclaim their lives from addiction:
- Addiction specialists
- Private practice psychotherapists
- Social workers
- Primary care physicians
- Substance abuse counselors
- Outpatient providers
Additionally, it is not uncommon for The Rose to be contacted by a concerned friend or loved one of someone grappling with an addiction to drugs and/or alcohol. We are happy to work with those closest to the women who would benefit from our services, and can inform them about our admissions process, treatment options, and methods by which we treat our clients.
If for any reason The Rose is unable to provide the care a prospective client needs, we will do all that we can to make a referral to another provider that can meet those needs.
If you would like to refer a current client or another individual to our center, feel free to contact us at your convenience. Our staff is on-hand to assist you in helping a woman you know conquer an addiction once and for all.