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Step House Recovery Center Earned the Behavioral Health Accreditation from the Joint Commission, the Premier Healthcare Quality Improvement and Accrediting Body in the Nation.
We use the Florida Model treatment where the residences and treatment facilities are separate.Living in a residence during rehab helps clients readjust to a real-life environment and they can develop life skills
We help ease the changeover by allowing the individual to acquire and implement the necessary skills to function outside the care of a clinical environment.With drug or alcohol rehab, allow us to help bridge the gap between intensive therapeutic environments and long-term abstinence upon discharge.
Great Sober Living Homes
If you are looking for a drug or alcohol rehab center or a sober living home in Orange County California, our immersive inpatient treatment program offers separate locations for both men and women in some of the best areas of Southern California.
All of our residential sober living Orange County homes are modern and spacious, featuring a wide array of amenities and activities for round-the-clock care and support, including:
What To Bring?
We recommend that you bring the following items; but, please, beware that each rehab’s policies are different and some are stricter than others.
What Not To Bring?
Dress Code and Personal Hygiene
Most rehabs have a very strict dress code. Be sure to pack for the weather. It is wise to pack layering options, like T-shirts, sweaters, cardigans, and jackets; and, keep in mind that your room may have space limits and try not to bring too much. Since you should have access to a laundry machine at your center, a week’s worth of clothing should be sufficient.
Be sure to bring comfortable, weather-appropriate clothing, including comfortable shoes for everyday wear, tennis shoes for activities and sports and flip-flops for the shower. If you chose to bring tank tops, make sure you also pack cardigans to wear with them to comply with your center’s dress code. Be sure that your pants and shorts are a certain length to comply with your center’s dress code.
You should also bring one or two “dressy” outfits for special occasions. Also bring socks, undergarments, pajamas, slippers, a bathing suit, a bathrobe, a coat/jacket, a belt, and a hat.
All toiletries and beauty products cannot have alcohol listed in the first three ingredients and cannot contain aerosol. Be sure to bring thirty days worth of toiletries and beauty products, such as: deodorant, toothbrush and toothpaste, shampoo and conditioner, hair styling products, a comb/brush, feminine hygiene products, shaving cream, lotion, sunscreen and makeup.
Making Your Room More Comfortable
You may be allowed to bring your own bedding, pillows and other items to make your room more comfortable. Make sure to double check with your rehab before packing any of these items.
If you arrive at your center and realize you’ve packed something prohibited, don’t worry! Most rehabs will send prohibited items home with the person who brought you to the center. Others will hold your items for 24 hours until someone comes to pick them up. In some cases, your center may store the items for you until you leave.
If you’re traveling by plane to get to your center, chances are you won’t have a loved one with you when you’re admitted to take items home. We recommend that you call your center before you leave home to double check their policies.
Other Things To Consider
Three meals a day, snacks and beverages will be provided to you during detox and RTC levels of care ONLY. If you have special dietary needs, notify your rehab before you’re admitted.
Each treatment center has their own policies, so some rehabs may prohibit an item that’s okay at another. If you are ever unsure about what to bring, contact the rehab center to ask. While many things are prohibited across the board, the following may be allowed at some facilities:
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