Oaks of Hope is a residential estate using a Where Hope Grows philosophy approach of Cultivating Discovery, Seeds of Hope, and Growth With Purpose.
About Oaks of Hope
Oaks of Hope is a dual diagnosis treatment center that specializes in substance abuse and chemical detoxification. Oaks of Hope philosophy is “the best is yet to come”. They believe that freedom from addiction and a new life are right at the fingertips for everyone, anywhere, anytime. Oaks of Hope is setting a standard of addiction treatment that is respected and emulated within the industry. They provide medical detox and residential treatment utilizing the 12-Step method. After detoxification, clients are provided with individualized treatment plans, with the highest goal being relapse prevention through education, counseling, therapy, and experiential paths that can lead to full recovery. Education classes can include goal setting, life skills, communication skills, self help, spirituality workshops, social support, and community integration. As a dual diagnosis treatment center, Oaks of Hope places an emphasis on quality of life beyond addiction treatment, with after care that works for individual needs. In addition, a variety of activities are available for the client to enjoy such as day trips to beautiful beaches and lakes, hiking, yoga, and meditation. Oaks of Hope also provides delicious and nutritious food to replenish healing in the body.
The Oaks of Hope Luxury home is located in Santa Clarita, California. The estate is surrounded by trees and offers amenities such as a pool with a slide and a waterfall, a hot tub, a billiards room, and an outdoor BBQ area. Oaks of Hope is accredited by the Joint Commission and accepts most private insurance.
Price & Length
$2,000 | 1 day
Extended options available
Who We Treat
Men and Women
26525 Josel Drive Canyon Country CA, 91387
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
What We Treat
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