Women’s Opioid Addiction Treatment Center and Rehab in Newport Beach

The Rose offers opioid addiction treatment for women in a luxurious Newport Beach, CA setting. To best serve our clients, The Rose designed a three-phase rehabilitation program for women by women. Our intimate treatment approach is unlike any other rehab experience in Southern California.

Learn More About Opioid Addiction Treatment

Learn more about opioid addiction treatment at The Rose in Newport Beach, CA

Opioids are a class of drugs that are chemically similar to substances derived from the papaver somniferum plant, which is more commonly known as the opium poppy. Opioids have many legal and illegal uses. For example, prescription opioid-based medications such as morphine, codeine, and fentanyl are used in legitimate medical situations to relieve severe pain. On the other hand, illegal drugs like heroin are abused for their ability to elicit a powerful albeit dangerous recreational high. All opioids, whether prescription medications or illicit drugs, have the potential to induce relaxation and feelings of euphoria, which can encourage a person to abuse the substances until she develops an opioid use disorder. Once a person develops this disorder, it can be all but impossible to break the chains of addiction without the help of a dedicated opioid addiction rehab and treatment center.

At The Rose of Newport Beach, we believe that overcoming opioid use disorder should be a battle no woman fights alone. Since we first opened our doors at our rehab and treatment center, our multidisciplinary team has provided quality care for women with opioid use disorders, and we are committed to the goal of giving each woman the best possible chance to live a substance-free life.

How to Help a Loved One

Helping a loved one get treatment for opioid addiction

The reasons that a person develops opioid use disorder are often as diverse and varied as the people themselves. One constant, however, is that opioid use disorders can have extremely painful effects on loved ones. As a loved one of someone with an opioid addiction, you likely do not need to be reminded of this fact, but what you may need to be reminded of is the fact that you can take steps to help your loved one, including:

  • Maintain communication with your loved one. Try your best to remember that your loved one is in crisis and that you are likely one of her best sources of support. As you share your concerns with her, try your best to remain open, patient, and nonjudgmental, and expect some pushback from her.
  • Learn about the signs and symptoms of opioids as well as your loved one’s specific drug or drugs of choice. Speak with substance abuse professionals about how to best aid your loved one, and also consider speaking to your loved one’s physician about whether it would be appropriate to have naloxone in your home. Naloxone is a drug that can counteract the effects of an opioid overdose.
  • Research opioid addiction rehab and treatment centers. There are a wide array of different treatment and rehab centers for opioid addiction, so spend time researching different treatment centers and make a list of a few centers that may be a good fit for your loved one.
  • When your loved one is ready to enter treatment and rehab for her opioid abuse, support her before, during, and after her treatment process. Help ease her transition into treatment by offering to set up appointments with rehab and treatment center staff and accompanying her to those appointments. Also, make yourself available to help with other logistical issues that may arise, such as transportation, meals, or childcare.
  • Perhaps most importantly, make sure to take care of yourself. Consider joining a support group for people whose loved ones are struggling with opioid abuse, and make sure to keep up basic care for yourself, such as eating healthy, getting enough sleep, and exercising. Also, do not neglect your own hobbies and support network. Seek support from family and friends as you walk through this process with your loved one.

Why Consider Treatment

Why consider treatment for opioid addiction at The Rose in Newport Beach, CA

Though opioid medications can be immensely helpful when used according to physician recommendations, they can also cause immense harm when they are abused. Opioid abuse can diminish a person’s ability to perform at work and cause her to lose her job and suffer subsequent financial difficulties. Opioid abuse also can strain relationships to the breaking point, leading to divorce, separation, loss of child custody, and social isolation. Those who abuse these drugs also can suffer from organ damage, cognitive impairment, vascular damage, and can contract diseases like HIV from sharing used needles. Opioid abuse may even result in death, either from overdose or suicide. Fortunately, however, with prompt care at a quality opioid addiction rehab and treatment center, it is possible for a person to avoid or minimize these negative consequences altogether.

Types of Treatment

Types of opioid addiction treatment offered at The Rose in Newport Beach, CA

With specialized residential rehab and treatment designed by women for women, The Rose of Newport Beach is a world class provider of addiction and dual diagnosis treatment located in a serene beachside community in Orange County, California. Setting the standard of clinical excellence, The Rose of Newport Beach offers a host of proven effective therapeutic interventions and services in order to meet the varying needs of the women who seek us out for opioid addiction treatment and rehab. For more than 20 years, we have been providing truly transformative treatment, and have successfully helped countless women rediscover lives that are no longer compromised by the insidious cycle of substance abuse. Our staff of dedicated professionals at our opioid addiction treatment and rehab center is composed of compassionate individuals who are not only highly qualified in their areas of specialty, but who also demonstrate unparalleled devotion to delivering exceptional care.

In choosing The Rose of Newport Beach as the place to seek rehab and treatment to break free from an addiction to opioids, you or your loved one will come to know what it truly means to be valued and cared for. The foundation of our programming is our dedication to preserving our clients’ dignity, respecting our clients and their privacy throughout treatment, and appreciating their complete lives. We take into consideration their family lives, cultures, value systems, and spiritual traditions in order to ensure that they are receiving the treatment and interventions that will benefit them for a lifetime. The following are among the variety of treatment and rehab methods that are often included into our clients’ individualized treatment plans at our opioid abuse center in order to fully treat each woman’s mind, body, and spirit when recovering from an addiction to opioids:

Medical detoxification: Cleansing one’s body of the harmful substances upon which one has become dependent is often the first step in the recovery process. For those who require this service, The Rose facilitates medical detox. Once the detoxification process is complete, clients are welcome to begin the therapeutic aspect of their recovery.

Medication management: Clients of The Rose of Newport Beach can expect to receive an initial psychiatric assessment within 72 hours of their arrival at our center. During this assessment, our onsite psychiatrist can determine if there is a need for medication to treat any co-occurring mental health concerns. Should a client require medication, our nursing staff and doctors are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to monitor the safety and effectiveness of any medication that is prescribed.

Individual therapy: Women who are receiving treatment and rehab at The Rose of Newport Beach partake in individual therapy sessions twice per week. Our licensed marriage and family therapists and certified EMDR therapists lead these sessions, which allow clients to process their thoughts, feelings, and emotions in a personal and confidential environment.

Group therapy: There is much to be gained when women are able to find support and encouragement from others who truly know what it is like to battle addiction. For this reason, The Rose offers group therapy opportunities at our opioid addiction rehab and treatment center for six hours each day. During these sessions clients who are recovering from addictions to substances such as opioids will discuss and learn about the following topics:

  • Family systems
  • Spirituality
  • Sex and love
  • Nutrition
  • Relationships
  • Self-esteem
  • Trauma
  • CBT
  • ACT
  • Grief and loss
  • Relapse prevention
  • Codependency
  • DBT

Experiential therapy: Keeping true to our mission of providing truly holistic care, The Rose offers a variety of therapeutic options that help women heal in mind, body, and spirit. The following experiential therapies are offered at our center, and are available to all who choose to heal with us:

  • Beach walks
  • Meditation
  • Yoga
  • Pilates
  • Massage
  • Art therapy 

Family therapy: We understand that many of the important relationships in our clients’ lives have been impacted by their addictions, and we strive to heal those relationships while women receive treatment at our center. Each week, our staff facilitates a phone call with each client’s loved ones so that healing and recovery can occur among those in our clients’ primary support networks. Furthermore, we are proud to offer a monthly Family Program that allows the family members and friends of our clients to partake in the following activities over the course of two and a half days:

  • Tours of The Rose
  • Al-Anon meetings
  • Alumni meetings
  • Psychoeducation opportunities
  • Meetings with case managers
  • Process groups

If you or someone you care about is interested in learning more about the interventions and services that are part of our opioid addiction treatment and rehab described above, our staff is happy to speak with you or your loved one. At The Rose, we are proud to offer the life-saving care that has helped countless women leave their addictions in the past.

Continuing Care

Continuing Care and levels of treatment for opioid addiction

When you choose to come to The Rose of Newport Beach for treatment and rehabilitation to recover from an addiction to opioids, the superior care that you will receive does not stop with our residential treatment center. Built into our programming are continuing care options that will both enhance your experience at our center and the skills you have learned while in treatment and rehab for your opioid addiction. Our partial hospitalization program (PHP) and intensive outpatient program (IOP) are specifically designed to help you become more confident in your ability to stay on the path of recovery, and our staff remains on-hand to assist you in achieving your treatment goals. We purposefully structure our treatment and rehab in this all-inclusive manner so that each and every women who entrusts us with her care at our opioid abuse center can experience the most favorable treatment outcomes.

The high level of support and guidance that you will receive while engaged in treatment and rehab for opioid addiction extends right up until the time you are ready to leave our center and return home. Our addiction rehab center’s staff will work closely with you to determine the most appropriate follow-up and aftercare services so that you can continue to set and reach new goals long after leaving treatment for opioid addiction at The Rose. We want to arm you with the resources you need to live the happy and healthy life that you deserve to be living.

To learn more about our treatment and rehab and how our addiction center’s staff can assist you in living a substance-free life, contact us at your convenience. At The Rose of Newport Beach, we can help you flourish into the empowered, sober woman we know you are capable of becoming.

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What turned into a legitimate use for my back pain evolved into an addiction. Thanks to The Rose, I was able to get the appropriate treatment for my opioid addiction.

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