We offer Court Approved, Mandated and Voluntary Programs

Anger Management

A 10-12 week program (the length can also be adjusted to meet the referring party’s needs) that is either mandated by court/probation or can be attended on a volunteer basis. The group is co-ed and meets once a week for an hour and a half. During the course of the program the client will learn the tools to effectively deal with escalated situations. Group discussions include understanding passive, assertive and aggressive behaviors, problem solving techniques, learning the connection between thought, emotions and behaviors, relaxation techniques, timeouts and taking responsibility for one’s actions. Students must demonstrate that they have mastered the curriculum and the meaning of the curriculum by interacting with the group facilitator other peers in the group. If observation of mastery is not shown, the client can be requested to attend more groups to obtain this. This program is currently being offered in our Costa Mesa office. 

Batterer’s Intervention Program

A 52 week program that is either mandated by court/probation or can be attended on a volunteer basis. This program is offered at our agency to only male clients. Over the course of 52 weeks the client meets once a week for two hours. They are randomly drug tested throughout the program. Every 90 days a report is created to show the client’s progress in the program. Included in this report is their attendance, evaluation of the client including acceptance of responsibility, participation, attitude, their use of skills and motivation and any comments the counselor feels that would help or initiate the improvement of the client’s learning. This program is currently being offered in all five of our locations and we provide this program in Spanish at the Fullerton locaion.

PC1000 Program

ONLY a court mandated program. It is a 32 hour program that consists of an intake, 15 two hour group sessions, a weekly self help meeting, random drug testing and a final exit interview. During these groups the client will learn about their addiction and how it affects them mentally, physically and the people around them. Relapse prevention is taught during several groups to ensure the tools to continued sobriety. This program is offered at our Anaheim Hills, Costa Mesa and Laguna Niguel locations. 

Substance Abuse Program

A group that is offered to clients on a volunteer basis.  A 6 - 12 month program that meets once a week for an hour and a half. This program is also available to any Probation or Parole clients and can the requirements of the program can be tailored to the needs of the referring agency. Clients attending this group are required to attend a weekly self help meeting and are randomly drug tested at least once a month. This group has a strong emphasis on maintaining a continued long term sobriety. Clients that attend this group usually have had recent inpatient drug counseling and are looking for that extra support maintaining their sobriety.  In addition, clients may be required to attend at least one individual session per month. This program is offered at our Anaheim Hills, Costa Mesa and Laguna Niguel locations.

PC1210/Prop 36 Program

PC1210/Prop 36 Program is either a court referred or parole referred drug program. The program consists of two tracks. Track 1 clients will drug test 6 times over the course of 4 months and will appear weekly at the office to show evidence of attendance of 3 (three) self help meetings. Clients who fail to show evidence of self help meeting attendance for the first time are given 30 meetings in 30 days. Failure to attend the meetings a second time results in termination from the program. A positive test or failure to test also results in termination from the program and a request for referral into Track 2 is sent to the referring agency. Clients in Track 1 must have at least 120 days clean time in order to successfully graduate from the program. Track 2 has a requirement of 24 weekly groups and 4 individual counseling sessions. Track 2 clients have a requirement of 3 self help meetings per week and will be drug tested a minimum of 6 times over the course of 4 months. In addition, Track 2 clients must have at least 90 days clean time in order to successfully graduate from the program. The curriculum for the Track 2 program consists of 8 relapse prevention groups as well as education groups. This program is to help the client become a productive member of society while remaining clean and sober. Monthly progress reports are done on each client to ensure effective communication between court, probation and parole. The client is closely monitored for their well being and in cases of relapse mode, additional treatment is requested to give the client extra individual support that the client may need to address the issues at hand. The goal is to mobilize and use every tool available to implement and maintain an essential coordinated continuum of services to meet the individual’s interrelated needs, e.g., physical, psychological, supportive, educational, vocational, social and cultural. This program is currently being offered in all of our locations except San Clemente.

Child Abusers' Treatment Program

Child Abuser’s Treatment Program is a 52 week program that is either mandated by court/probation or can be attended on a volunteer basis. This program is offered at our agency to both female and male clients, but groups are gender-specific. Over the course of 52 weeks the client meets once a week for two hours. They are randomly drug tested throughout the program. Every 90 days a report is created to show the client’s progress in the program. Included in this report is their attendance, evaluation of the client including acceptance of responsibility, participation, attitude, their use of skills and motivation and any comments the counselor feels that would help or initiate the improvement of the client’s learning. This program is currently being offered in all of our locations except San Clemente.

Parenting Program

Parenting Program is a 24-week program that is a mandated part of the Child Abuser’s Treatment (CAT) Program. In addition clients may take this program who are NOT in the CAT program. The program is a typically a 24-week program, but the length of the program can be tailored to individual client’s needs. The group meets once a week for one and half hours. The program is geared towards increasing the parenting skills of attendees. This program is currently being offered in all of our locations except San Clemente.

Youth Sexual Health and Education Program

Youth Sexual Health and Education Program is either an 8-hour program (Non-ward Offender) or a 12-week program (Ward Offender). Both programs consist of weekly 2-hour group sessions focusing on assisting the minor offender with appropriate sexual boundaries/behavior. This program is currently being offered in all of our locations except San Clemente.

Intensive Outpatient Program (for substance abuse issues)

Intensive Outpatient Program (substance abuse issues) is a 26-52 week program that offers services for a minimum of 6-8 hours per week of both group and individual counseling sessions. This program’s services can be tailored to specific client needs or to the needs of the referring agency. Urine/saliva/sweat patch drug testing can also be offered at the frequency required the referring agency. This service can be made available at all locations except San Clemente.

Drug Testing

We have the ability to provide a wide range of testing including sweat patch testing, saliva (instant tests) and urine (both instant and laboratory tested) drug testing. These services are currently being offered in all of our locations except San Clemente.

Private Individual/Couple/Family Therapy/Counseling & Life Coaching

We have a wide range of licensed clinicians, life coaches and certified chemical dependency counselors available for private therapy/counseling for individuals, couples and family dealing with any number of issues (including, but not limited to: domestic violence, anger management, substance abuse, child abuse, family of origin trauma/abuse, relationship issues, grief/loss, death/dying, etc.). These services are currently being offered in all of our locations except San Clemente.