The Rose of Newport Beach has been treating women who are addicted to drugs or alcohol in Newport Beach, California, for several years. Our parent facility, Sober Living by the Sea, has been treating alcoholism and drug addiction in California for over 23 years.
Our addiction treatment facility is a place where women can receive highly supervised primary care treatment right on the beach in Southern California. The Rose’s addiction treatment program was designed by the addiction specialists at Sober Living by the Sea to provide a structured and supportive environment for women to begin building a life free from alcoholism and drug addiction.
Below we provide some information about the various addiction industry governing organizations that have accredited The Rose of Newport Beach.
ADP – The Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs
The Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs is responsible for administering prevention, treatment, and recovery services for alcohol and drug abuse and problem gambling.
The Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs is designated as the Single State Agency (SSA) responsible for administering and coordinating the state’s efforts in alcohol and drug abuse prevention, treatment, and recovery services. ADP is also the primary state agency responsible for interagency coordination of these services.
ADP provides leadership and coordination in the planning, development, implementation, and evaluation of a comprehensive statewide alcohol and drug use prevention, intervention, detoxification, and treatment and recovery system. The Department utilizes each of the 58 county alcohol and drug programs as the broker of service. The counties in turn are able to provide services to clients either directly or by contracting with local service providers.
For more information about the California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs, you can visit its website www.adp.cahwnet.gov.
NAATP – National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers
Since its founding in 1978, the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP), which represents nearly 275 not-for-profit and for-profit providers (free-standing and hospital-based programs, which offer a full continuum of care from outpatient, partial hospitalization, and inpatient rehabilitation regimes), has acted as the voice of private alcoholism and drug dependency treatment programs throughout the U.S. That voice has been heard time and time again – in Congress, in the insurance industry, in the utilization review arena, and in the chemical dependency treatment field itself.
NAATP has assumed a strong leadership role on behalf of treatment providers in areas such as treatment standards, education, research, and advocacy of legislative, regulatory, and reimbursement positions supported by the field.
For more information about the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers, you can visit its website www.naatp.org.
CAARR – California Association of Alcoholic Recovery Resources
Comprised of individuals and programs who are among California’s most highly respected practical researchers and refiners of social model recovery, CAARR’s purpose is to have a positive impact on the suffering alcoholic and addict population and to assist families as well as the community in general. CAARR is a membership organization which accomplishes its goals through dedication to facilitation of communication and cooperation among social model recovery programs.
The Association offers assistance to recovery programs, social model detoxification centers, neighborhood recovery centers, sober living environments, and groups of individuals proposing to begin new programs. The assistance often takes the form of program and management consultation services, extensive education offerings, support, and advocacy.
For more information about the California Association of Alcoholic Recovery Resources, you can visit its website www.caarr.org.
CAADAC – California Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors
The Rose is an Agency Member of CAADAC, and has been for many years.
CAADAC counselors are recognized for their professional training and education in the field of alcoholism and drug abuse, and are considered experts in treatment and treatment management. CAADAC’s mission is to unify addiction-focused professionals interested in achieving excellence through the attainment of the highest levels of advocacy, competency, and ethics.
CAADAC helps its members develop professional contacts, acquire new skills, qualify for certification discounts, and benefit from interaction with members and counselors in the alcohol and drug field.
CAADAC membership includes individuals and agencies interested in statewide and national activities that affect our profession. Membership options include individual membership, agency membership, and student membership. CAADAC, through its publications, meetings, and conferences, provides state-of-the-art information applicable to those in the chemical dependency field.
For more information about the California Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors, you can visit its websitewww.caadac.org.