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Sovereign Health San Clemente
Addiction Treatment Center
Today 10AM–7PM
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1211 Puerta Del Sol San Clemente, CA 92673
1211 Puerta Del SolUSCaliforniaSan Clemente92673
Addiction Treatment Center, Alcoholism Treatment Program
Addiction Treatment Center
Alcoholism Treatment Program
Drug Addiction Treatment Center
Eating Disorder Treatment Center
Mental Health Clinic
Today 10AM–7PM
Thursday 10AM–7PMFriday 10AM–7PMSaturday 10AM–7PMSunday 10AM–7PMMonday 10AM–7PMTuesday 10AM–7PMWednesday 10AM–7PM
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"The homes we stay in are very well kept and a calming environment."
"Wouldn't recommend this rehab anybody the staff has no idea what's going on"
"This place is a scam!"
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Ed Saunders
2 weeks ago
I find it interesting that all the negative reviews are from clients and all the positive reviews are from the families. Very interesting. I am an addiction professional and it seems to me that these folks must be doing something right, if they're getting ALL these negative reviews from clients.People with addiction challenges always think that they know what is best for themselves and the reality is, what they think is best will eventually kill them.
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Alyssa Sullivan
5 months ago
While sovereign is slightly under staffed and unorganized they truly are doing everything they can to adjust this. I left the center on Saturday and through the support of the staff and my fellow patients I have found much clarity and understanding about my mental illness. They are in the process of separating mental health from dual diagnosis and I believe this change is much needed and will entirely benefit everyone involved. Before I left they hired many new staff members and moved the mh clients to a new temporary facility until the new mh facility is 100% ready and up and running. With any big change there are issues and unforseen needs but you can really tell that the staff is doing everything they can to give the best care to each client. This was my first time in a residential mental health facility and while sovereign has its issues (don't we all) the benefit outweighed the issues I ran into. The homes we stay in are very well kept and a calming environment. I tried to find many other facilities before finding sovereign. Most wanted cash up front. Anywhere from 54,000 - 35,000. Sovereign worked with my insurance and I left with no co pay or deductible. When seeking help for your mental illness it is such a weight off your shoulders to know the finance department is on it and has your back. I hope to continue treatment at home and grow through my mental illness knowing that I am not my mental illness. I'm a person with eyes and arms and a kind heart and bipolar disorder. I am not simply my bipolar disorder. Thank you sovereign employees for the hard work you do. Specifically Lara and Ali, house manager Fernanda, and all the nurses and patient advocates I never got the names of. It is the staff that worked hard in spite of the obstacles thrown at them that truly made my stay at sovereign hopefully my last.
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Bryanna Rosenthal
9 months ago
This place is a joke. Once you get there you are treated like everyone else & not as an individual with your own issues 4 which you have decided to seek help & went there. They are taking you off all your meds or do anything they please without even consulting with you as a PT & some people like myself , it took 10 years to find the right combination that helped me function & made me have a normal life, something that not anybody would understand, the complexity & struggle of my years & suffering I had to endure & some random Dr. who obviously is so useles that does not understand neither 4 himself nor through others if & only if (which isn't even the case) was given PTs. the opportunity to explain some of their medical history & reason of meds taken, thinks he has the legal right 2 stop treatment & substitute with some drugs which personally have trialed many years back & failed 2 respond 2 treatment, furthermore condition worsened at time. Went into bad withdrawals & when the house supervisor who wasn't medically trained, start taken my BP, she could not get a reading higher then 60/40. I was completely unconscious, Dr. kept insisting on her over the phone to retake BP, &the girls were screaming to call 911, yet the DR, would not order for that. That's because he dropped me from a med I was not there 2 be detoxed from & against my will. My story is very long, I also End up very ill for 1 week & released from ER w/ ear infection & bronchitis. They did not provide me with accommodation & I end up laying with my blanket ill on the street in pain for 1 week like a homeless. If you get sick make sure you have a blanket w/ you 2 lay on the streets. Not 2 mention that they discharged opioids from CVS 4 several months ahead & was never given 2 me when I left. Due 2 that, no Dr. was able 2 give me pain meds back home, even if they did, no pharmacy would release it because it showed in the system that I have opioids several months supply which I have never received. Furthermore they have taken away from me with no legal rights my pain meds that was prescribed 4 me from my home Dr. & ADD meds & refused 2 return it 2 me when I left. They also lost my IPhone 6 Plus & my Phone 5S & after I threaten them & phone calls 2 multiple people, my phones were returned 2 me after several months. They also overdosed me or underdosed me daily or kept me in withdrawals from their own treatment w/ no legitimate reason, 4 example I was prescribed 500 mg of strong antibiotic once per day, they overdosed me w/ 1500 mg of it per day which got me sick, they kept me 4 several days at the time without Suboxone because of negligence forgetting 2 be ordered, putting me in severe withdrawals & pain being a chronic pain patient. 3 weeks of stay passed by, having 1 week left & I did not get 2 see the doctor! I left the facility after 30 days & never met Dr. Snyder! Highly Reccomended place LOL😂! & just 2 make things clear 4 those of you who wonder why was I going 2 pain Dr. after leaving a rehab? Not all go 2 places like this because are addicts. There are exceptions! That is why I said they should carefully treat each person as an individual. I'm a chronic pain pt & decided "Sovereign" When told I was going 2 be there for 7 days only & that is what I knew when I left the house but that's another issue, because I have been on an ER pain med.which gave me an allergic reaction & need it 2 get off of & change it 2 some else, so my husband & I decided that this 7 day program is the fastest & safest way 2 do it & will give me the benefit 2 get on a weaker med, being detoxed, so we liked the idea all together. It was a big lie! There was no 7 day program! I end it up staying 30 days. Once there, They told me if I leave at 7 days, my insurance will not pay & I have 2 pay from my pocket. They also lied they will pay 4 my flight back home! Don't treat me like garbage or play w/ my meds & my well being! You lied about your services over the phone & came up w/ a fake believe plan 2 get my business, so don't make an addict out of me because you run out of clients!
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Kaytee Stengel
7 months ago
This place is UNSAFE! The intake people LIE they don't even work for the facility. I received no medical help in the first week, medications were not being ordered, clients were suffering mentally and physically. Nothing was accomplished without a FIGHT and it was exhausting. I was lucky to get out of there but some clients are not so lucky. I came out crazier than when I went in. I am TRAUMATIZED.
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Alan Young
a month ago
Awful. I could spend hours writing an entire Disertation on how awfull this place is. However, I will keep it short. This is human trafficking. I can prove that they cold call random phone numbers, illegally buy interested people insurance, fly them out to a place that is nothing like what they promise, wave the deductible, then abandon the premiums and toss clients to the curb when they're done. This place is your worst nightmare.
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ryan vanscoder
2 weeks ago
24 yr old male 2015 mental health program for 4 months. No aftercare. No exercise at all! They told me to do push-ups and jog in place. It was a sad time in my life
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Ian Gross
3 months ago
This place is a scam! They bring in drugs into the facility on purpose so the patients relapse and have to stay. It's an insurance money scam!! These people are criminals!
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Caroline Colvin
11 months ago
I am a mother of a 20 yr. old Chronic Relapser. I have been to hell and back with my beautiful son. We are 1500 miles away from him. His struggle has been devasting to our family since he originally left to get help last October. He has mental illness along with his addiction and I have been very blessed by the staff at San Clemente location and their ability to be the Pillars of strength for my son and my family. This is a great dual diagnosis facility that truly works with dual diagnosis patients not just and advertisement like the others, it's the real thing and has been recommended to us since day 1. Many times through our ups and downs with our son, I have blamed Sovereign and the many other rehabs that my son has been to, because HE refused treatment and just wasn't FULLY ready to commit his life to sobriety. It took me awhile to get it, and realize that it takes as long as it needs to for the Addict to finally determine when they are at their bottom and to truly move forward out of the circle of insanity. Once again I have to say it, I lived with anger and blame and took a lot of my frustration out on Sovereign Health, thinking in my mind that they could have done more. I was wrong, it was ultimately the decision of my son's behavior, determination & discipline that would make this work, he is an adult and it is up to him. There was not anything more that they or I could do to keep him from becoming his personal best. It's a personal choice and not an easy one for any addict. Recently, my son has returned to Sovereign once again after going to many rehabs throughout Orange County and they have opened their arms to him undeservingly so. The good thing after going to many, many rehabs in the past year, he has told me that overall Sovereign is the best place and with the most organization. I think this statement is worth something coming from the actual patient. They have never given up on my son, never! I thank God for their service, keep in mind that no ONE place is perfect, and the high expectaion is of the good Lord and a lot of hard work for the addict to embrace. There are so many beautiful testimonies that most people dont see or hear from the Sovereign staff, and I can honestly tell you as a mother of an addict, my heart has been changed forever due to their kindness. Regardless of the outcome of my son's recovery, I am honored to say thank you for giving your lives to help the sick, the addicted, and the downtrodden. Addiction can bring much heartbreak not just for us as family members but for the staff that literally dive into the ups and downs of "daily" life with our loved ones and sees things we could never imagine. They are a true blessing and it has been proven to me in this facility.
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