Treatment Services

Community Focus

Building a Sober Network
Being sober during treatment is different than being sober outside of a rehab setting. Getting you or your loved one back to the real world after rehab is important. Early in our treatment programs, we stress community involvement for clients by encouraging their involvement in local, aftercare-focused activities. For example, clients are able to exercise and work out at an offsite gym, attend community 12-Step, and other support meetings.

Focus on Recovery

San Diego Addiction Treatment Center is a no-nonsense place. Clients work hard on their sobriety, try to get to the root of their problems, and learn to work together with their peers in rehab to develop a sense of responsibility and accountability for their addiction behaviors and consequences.
– Male only (18 yrs. and older)

Treatment Atmosphere

All therapy sessions, groups, and activities take place in the same building.

Common Goal
There’s a lot going on at SDATC, but the biggest focus is on treating your addiction and co-occurring mental health issues. No matter what life circumstances brought clients to this treatment center, they all come together to work on a common goal – long-term recovery and an improved, self-directed life.
– Dual Diagnosis Treatment
– Long-term programs (30-90 days)
– CARF Accredited
– Individualized Care
– AAC Alumni Support
– Religion (if available in the community, facilities will accommodate)
– Church – every Sunday
– Non-Christian clients – also accommodated if services are available in the

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Addiction Treatment Modalities

Customized Care


At our CARF Accredited facility, we use individualized treatment plans that include research-based treatment modalities recognized by renowned addiction clinicians in the recovery field.

Motivational Interviewing

Where You Are

Motivational Interviewing (MI) is used to meet the clients where they are and to move their ambivalence about addiction and towards a genuine desire for change. MI can help the client feel ready for treatment to change harmful behaviors like substance abuse.

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy

Change Unhealthy Thought Patterns

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is effective in treating addiction and co-occurring mental health issues.