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Project Recovery Treatment Programs

Our San Diego programs provide both individual and group therapy sessions. The focus is on all elements of long-term recovery, including uncovering the root causes of addiction and addressing co-occurring disorders. Participants receive individualized treatment plans and access to a range of services, including medication-assisted treatment, behavioral therapy, and peer support. Our medical health professionals are non-judgmental nor punitive. They are here to support you and your recovery. 


Addiction treatment can help individuals improve their mental health by addressing underlying mental health issues, developing coping skills, improving self-esteem, building a support network, and treating co-occurring disorders.

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT):

Medication Assisted Treatment is an addiction treatment modality that involves a combination of behavioral therapies and prescription medication. 

MAT uses only proven, safe, FDA-approved medications. Coupled with counseling, MAT reduces the rate of relapse.

Substance use disorders we treat:​

  • Alcohol

  • Prescription Drugs

  • Methamphetamines

  • Heroin

  • Cocaine

  • Inhalants

  • Hallucinogens

  • Opiates

  • Codeine

  • MDMA

  • Suboxone

  • Marijuana

  • Fentanyl

  • Poppers

  • Barbiturates

  • Spice or K2​

*Not a complete list

Mental health disorders:

  • Stress Related Disorders

  • Anxiety Disorders

  • Trauma Disorders

  • Dissociative Disorders

  • Relationship Issues

  • Self-esteem issues

  • PTSD

  • Eating Disorders

  • Dissocial Disorders

  • Mood Disorders

  • Behavioral Disorders

  • Emotional Disorders

*Not a complete list

Intensive Outpatient Program

3 to 5 days a week, 3 hours per day.

The goal of our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is to help you get sober and stay sober. We work to ensure you develop the tools and life skills needed for long term recovery. Our medical professionals use a combination of multiple therapeutic modalities, support groups, and complementary treatment methods.


Our integrative IOP involves therapy sessions, counseling, and support groups, while living at one of our sober living homes. The goal of the program is to help individuals achieve and maintain sobriety while learning to manage their addiction and make positive lifestyle changes.


Participants receive individualized treatment plans and access to a range of services, including medication-assisted treatment, behavioral therapy, and peer support. The length of the program varies depending on individual needs and progress.​ We personalize our treatment programs to each client's specific needs. We know that "one size does not fit all". 

Partial Hospitalization Program

Therapist and Client

3 to 5 days a week, 4 to 6 hours per day

​A partial hospitalization program (PHP) for addiction is an intensive treatment program that provides structured, comprehensive care to individuals struggling with substance use disorders.

The goal of our PHP is to offer more support and structure than an outpatient program while allowing patients to maintain some level of independence and normalcy in their daily lives.

​Individuals will attend treatment for several hours a day, several days a week. Treatment may include a variety of evidence-based interventions, such as individual and group therapy, medication management, education about addiction, and support for co-occurring mental health issues.

​Patients receive a comprehensive assessment and treatment plan upon admission and participate in collaborative individualized treatment activities throughout their stay. The program will also include family therapy, relapse prevention planning, and life skills training.

​Partial hospitalization programs for addiction are a first-line treatment option for those with less severe addiction issues. These programs can be highly effective in helping individuals achieve and maintain long-term recovery from substance use disorders.

Dual Diagnosis

Dual diagnosis, also known as co-occurring disorders, is a term used to describe the presence of two or more simultaneous conditions in an individual. Specifically, it refers to the co-occurrence of a mental health disorder, such as depression or anxiety, and a substance use disorder, such as addiction to alcohol or drugs.

​The term "dual diagnosis" recognizes that treating these conditions separately can be ineffective, and that integrated treatment is often necessary for successful recovery. Individuals with dual diagnosis may have complex needs that require a comprehensive treatment plan addressing both their mental health and substance use issues.

​Dual diagnosis can present unique challenges in treatment, as both conditions can influence and exacerbate each other. It is important to address both the mental health and substance use components in order to achieve lasting recovery.


Effective treatment typically involves a combination of therapy, medication management, and support services, and may involve collaboration between mental health professionals and addiction specialists.

While you are in one of our programs, we will strive to help you:​

1.    Address underlying mental health issues: Many individuals with addiction also have underlying mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety, or the effects of trauma. Effective addiction treatment involves addressing these issues.

2.   Develop coping skills: Addiction can be a way to cope with difficult emotions or experiences. Addiction treatment can teach individuals healthier ways to cope with stress and other challenges, may include mindfulness techniques, exercise, and social support.

3.   Improve self-esteem: Addiction can take a toll on an individual's self-image, leading to feelings of shame, guilt, and low self-worth. Addiction treatment can help individuals discover their value by promoting self-care, encouraging positive self-talk, and providing opportunities for personal growth.

4.  Build a support network: Addiction treatment can provide a supportive community of peers who understand the challenges of addiction and mental health issues. This support is invaluable for improving mental health, as individuals can lean on others for emotional support, encouragement, and accountability.

We will treat co-occurring disorders: Addiction treatment can also help individuals manage co-occurring mental health disorders. Effective treatment can improve overall mental health and reduce the risk of relapse.

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