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Are you a recovering addict stricken by guilt on your way to recovery? Then read this New Horizon Recovery blog that tells you how to overcome it. http://ow.ly/NtNpI
Learn from your mistakes and ensure a guilt free recovery. Here are 4 tips to overcome the past addiction mistakes and live freely. Read to learn more!
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Inpatient Treatment vs. Outpatient Treatment: Do you know which is best for you? http://www.recovery.org/topics/choosing-inpatient-rehab-vs-outpatient-rehabilitation/ #Rehab
Many types of drug rehabilitation programs exist, which can be classified into two categories: inpatient and outpatient. A comparison of inpatient vs. outpatient recovery programs requires you to understand the definition of both programs. An inpatient program requires the patient to live at a ...
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Are you aware of the new study that reveals alarming statistics on co-occurrence of physical and mental illness in a third of US teens? Read this #NewHorizonRecovery blog to know more! http://bit.ly/1FpLg1O
A new study shows that 33 percent of teens suffer from both physical and mental illness in United States. Read this New Horizon Recovery blog to know more.
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Opiate use and #Addiction is linked to at least 50 percent of the major crimes in the United States. Let that sink in. #Rehab
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2534 State St San Diego, CA 92101
2534 State StreetUSCaliforniaSan Diego92101
Drug Addiction Treatment Center, Alcoholism Treatment Program
Drug Addiction Treatment Center
Alcoholism Treatment Program
Rehabilitation Center
Today 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Monday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmTuesday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmWednesday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmThursday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmFriday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmSaturday ClosedSunday Closed
New Horizon Recovery Center San Diego

New Horizon Recovery is a peaceful sanctuary for healing in the Southern California beach town of Encinitas. We combine classic treatment methods with the most current therapies to create a recovery plan that addresses the unique needs of each individual.

We are a different kind of addiction treatment center, a social model community offering affordable drug and alcohol rehab in a safe and comfortable environment.

Our transitional-living homes are located in upscale, gated communities where you can reclaim your life in a peaceful and supportive haven.

Recovery is a journey, start yours today! Call 760-805-4015

Drug and Alcohol Treatment
Flexible 30-60-90 day programs
Non acute detox
Dual Diagnosis
Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Aetna, Health Net, Cigna, and all PPOs accepted. No Co-Pay’s and no deductible from clients
Crisis Intervention
Sober Living accommodations
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"The family therapy sessions were really helpful, especially for my mom."
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"The doctor and psychiatrists really helped me with my depression and addiction."
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"The counselors are very caring and do great things for their patients."
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lisa marie
2 months ago
My daughter has been in and out of treatment for the past few years with little success until now thanks to New Horizon Recovery. This was the first treatment place who truly helped with my daughters needs of substance abuse and mental issues. The staff was wonderful. The counselors are great and family sessions really helped me understand my role in her recovery. The houses are beautiful and my daughter is sober and happy. Recovery is hard for everyone involved but this place really knows what they are doing. They got my daughter sober, taught her how to stay sober and helped her get a job. Go here!!!! It's a life changing experience!!!
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Lisa H
a year ago
New Horizons Recovery saved my life. The program director Tina was my lifeline while waiting for a bed. She called me every single day to inquire as to how I was doing. She explained the process in a professional manner and told me that my needs would be taken care of. While not knowing Tina personally the day to day contact helped me feel like I had made the right decision prior to entering rehabilitation. While being admitted I was immediately seen by an MD who was with me for quite some time and answered all of my medical questions. I was then seen by the program coordinator Nora who answered all of my insurance questions and explained the program to me very patiently. Upon entering I was immediately set back by the beautiful decor and functional floor plan. The property was immaculate , the interior just gorgeous. It is in a gated community so I felt very safe. I had never been in this type of residential treatment facility and was expecting a different, more hospital like ambiance. Boy was I wrong! There is an onsite gym. laundry facilities, large backyard with a BBQ and the lush landscaping creates a private holistic type setting. The house manager N is the most giving, helpful, knowledgeable person I have ever met. He assessed my needs immediately and let me rest since I had not rested much before I arrived there! He is a master chef and prepares nutritious and delicious dinner every night! I know that he wants to make the residents happy so I can only imagine the prep work that must be done to create such scrumptious meals night after night. He is what holds the house together~the "glue" if you will. On staff they have psychiatrists, psychologists, addiction specialists, counselors, yoga/meditation instructors. Weekdays are filled with groups along with one on one counseling where I have been able to really get to the core of what led me here, what I am doing now, and steps on how to make it in the outside world. EVERY member of Tina's staff is professional and knowledgeable. This is an individually tailored program so my problems are discussed in a quiet private setting where I can feel safe. I went to Betty Ford in 1992 and New Horizon's is MUCH better. They treat the mind, body and soul and recognize what your issues are so that you can become whole again...I feel like the old Lisa...I love Tina and I do not know what I would have done had she not picked up the phone. New Horizons is the best of the best and I would personally recommend it to anyone who needs help...
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Cameron Jardine
a year ago
New horizons is a great place to recover from addiction. Everyone has their own room so you can have all the privacy you need and there is a gym on site. The counselors are very caring and do great things for their patients. You can tell that they are genuine, which really makes a difference when you are trying to change your lifestyle. There is so much support and best of all, no judgement. I am also super grateful that they were able to bill my insurance. The doctor and psychiatrists really helped me with my depression and addiction. I was able to see a variety of therapists including family therapists, psychologists, psychiatrists and addiction counselors. On my 1 on 1 sessions, they gave me as much time as I needed. My family participated in weekly sessions which really helped me get that support I needed. New Horizon Recovery is all about community interaction. Every evening we went to meetings in the community and the house manager helped me find a sponsor that was compatible and could offer me a lot of help in learning the 12 steps. You should really check this place out, especially if you want some interaction in the community and a great physical component to the therapy program. New Horizon Recovery has it all!
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Travis Ishimoto
2 years ago
At New Horizons you live in a nice 6 bedroom house. You have group and individual conseling 6 days a week, each of those days rotating between one of two counselors (1 dude who's been there, and 1 lady with a lot of experience in counseling). (Both the counselors teach you the tools to keep your disease of alcoholism/addiction in remission). Then you drink coffee, conversate with other patients, smoke cigarettes and eat food 'til the night time. Then the house manager cooks a good dinner (besides when he puts capers in the spaghetti). Then you go to an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting after dinner (Encinitas has excellent AA meetings in my opinion). And thats about it. Worked for me. And to you crybabies dissing New Horizons - it works if you work it.
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Joseph Bautista
8 months ago
New Horizon Recovery has played a vital role in helping me put my life back together, piece by piece, in every aspect, from my own personal problems to my relationship with my family. They provided me with qualified counselors and staff that went above and beyond to help me with my disease of addiction. I have been through six other programs previous to going to New Horizon Recovery, and I was finally able to get the help I so badly wanted and needed there.
Andy o
a year ago
I am a 36 year old alcoholic who has been fighting with my disease for years now. I have been in and out of three other major treatment centers but have not been able to put together any real time of sobriety. I found my self this last go around in a place of despair and needed to get back on my feet. I went to the internet and selected a place I had never heard of before called New Horizons. I was greeted by the friendly staff and right away felt at home though. I felt comforted and am now 50 days sober and looking forward to going to a sober living house soon. I take it day by day but this place truly saved my life and I highly recommend it to anyone looking for help to get sober and start a new life. Andrew O.
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Anthony G
2 years ago
New Horizon is a great place. you see therapists everyday and lots of good meetings in the area. the private room is awesome. The family therapy sessions were really helpful, especially for my mom. serious hiking to get us physically motivated. this is a very supportive environment. My anxiety and stress improved so much in the first few days because of all the therapy and kindness from everybody. if you want a good rehab, this is it.
darcy mcfarland
2 years ago
Very Poorly Run. Owners have no background in substance abuse whatsoever. So how do they run a rehab facility? No client confidentiality. Owners discuss clients with other recovering clients. Everyone feels intimidated because they are suffering from a serious disease and most have no where else to go. Luckily, I did. I got sober with the help of the counselors (who were the only thing right about the place) and got the hell out of there. God help the suffering addict who winds up there
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