When you call, you will speak with an admissions counselor who will guide you through a brief, confidential telephone assessment.
Once the assessment is completed, the admissions counselor will determine the most appropriate level of care for you, either at our facility or elsewhere. If detox or other medical services are indicated prior to admission to Sober Living by the Sea, the counselor will make all of those arrangements.
Your admissions counselor will advise what to bring and will also be available to answer any other questions you may have prior to your arrival. See our Frequently Asked Questions section.
Arrangements can be made for airport pickup and escort to our facilities. If needed, escorting is also available from the point of origin.
Sober Living by the Sea is conveniently located near three major southern California Airports and a few minutes drive from the freeway system.
What You Can Expect from Us
The hard part is picking up the phone and reaching out to us for more information. Once the first call is made and you are put in touch with one of our admissions specialists, you will be guided through the rest of the process. Sober Living by the Sea will help you get the right level of care at the appropriate location regardless of whether it is with us or not. Sober Living by the Sea has over 30 years of experience helping people in exactly your situation and we know that you deserve and value:
- Friendly and understanding people to talk with and get initial information. Our admissions specialists are patient and respectful when they answer your questions. We know there may be many things you don’t understand about this process. You probably have a lot of questions about addiction or co-occurring disorders and you deserve to have all of your questions answered.
- A seamless process of arranging travel and meeting here in Newport Beach to get an initial screening or an introductory tour of our facilities. We have treated tens of thousands of individuals from around the world and we know exactly what you are going through and how to best complete this transition of entering treatment.
- Professional intake counselors with the experience and skills to patiently complete the initial screening and assessment and report to our clinical team who will decide on the best level of care for you or your loved one.
- Contact information of people who you can call 24 hours a day to get more information about the treatment process or your loved one.