While many facilities specialize solely in drug and alcohol recovery, PACE Recovery Center extends its treatment continuum to include co-occurring and non-substance-related mental and behavioral health disorders. Staffed by an experienced team of physicians, doctorate-level clinicians and master-level therapists, we provide recovery tracks that address addiction and co-occurring disorders from psychosocial, medical, spiritual and relational perspectives.
Addictions Treated at PACE
Addiction is a brain disease, and different chemicals impact the brain in unique ways. PACE Recovery Center provides gender-specific residential and outpatient treatment programs tailored to the nuances of these addictive substances:
- Club Drugs
- Designer Drugs
- Heroin & Opiates
- Prescription Drugs
Co-Occurring & Behavioral Disorders Treated at PACE
Working collaboratively with referring physicians and healthcare providers, our trained clinical team creates individualized dual-diagnosis plans that emphasize continuity of care. Our mental health track includes men suffering from addiction and behavioral illness, as well as those facing non-substance-related mental health issues. Specialties include:
- Major Depression
- Anxiety Disorder
- Disordered Eating
- Bipolar Disorder
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Adoption Issues & Attachment Disorders
- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
- Panic Disorder
- Borderline Personality Disorder
- Antisocial Personality Disorder
Our Orange County Rehab Treatment Approach
Clients overcome by addiction or mood disorders need individualized treatment plans. During an inpatient or outpatient stay at PACE Recovery Center, we introduce time-tested principles from 12-step programs like Narcotics Anonymous (NA) and Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), as well as 12-step alternatives. Blending the 12-step approach with education, psychotherapy and integrative health programming, we help clients uncover the root of their mental illness and develop a strategic recovery plan.
Contact Our Newport Beach Rehab for Men
To request treatment for alcoholism, drug misuse disorders, trauma, anxiety, depression or other co-occurring diagnoses, call 800-526-1851 or submit a confidential online inquiry. We recognize the courage it takes to pursue treatment, and we believe a positive attitude changes everything. You enter the PACE program with an open mind and willingness to look inward—and we bring decades of experience to the table.