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Professionals, organizations, and facilities who join our behavior & mental health network enable us to connect people who need specific services to the people and agencies that provide them. Additionally, you will be provided with information about networking events, C.E.U. opportunities, health care trends and programs available at the Authentic Recovery Center.

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Inpatient vs Outpatient?

Tips about Inpatient Vs Outpatient Drug Rehab

Learn everything you need to know to make the right treatment choice.

One of the very first questions people often ask when researching drug treatment is, “Inpatient or Outpatient care?” If you know the differences between these two types of treatment, answering that question is really easy.

Inpatient

In the most basic terms Inpatient means residential treatment. In other words, if you think the individual needs to be in a safe, structured environment for a period of time, then inpatient drug rehab is the way to go. This can be for a short, medium, or long-term period of time. Like the length of time – the focus of the treatment may also vary.

Lengths of Inpatient Care

  1. Short-term – 30 days
  2. Medium-term – 30 to 90 days
  3. Long-term – 90 + days

Focus of Inpatient Programs

  1. Addiction
  2. Psychiatric
  3. Dual Diagnosis

Outpatient

Again, from the most basic perspective, Outpatient refers to non-residential forms of care. Like inpatient drug rehab, outpatient treatment varies in both scope and type.

Types of Outpatient Rehab

  1. Day Programs
  2. Evening Treatment

Learn More about Inpatient Vs Outpatient Drug Rehab

If you would like to speak with a specialist about inpatient and outpatient drug rehab programs in Los Angeles call 1 877 415 4673 now. There are multiple types of inpatient treatment as well as outpatient rehabs in the greater Los Angeles area. As mentioned, each has unique characteristics that may or may not be right for your situation. Feel free to call us and complete a FREE assessment to help you determine which type of treatment center is right for your circumstances.

If you would like to use your health insurance for inpatient or outpatient drug rehab visit FREE INSURANCE VERIFICATION.







What is Alcohol Treatment?

Find out what to expect at ARC alcohol treatment.

Everything you need to know about alcohol addiction & abuse.

Alcoholism and alcohol abuse are extremely dangerous. The recovery process requires precise and specific forms of care. By reading this article you will understand some of the basic characteristics of alcohol treatment in Los Angeles.

Medical Detoxification

The first stage of alcohol treatment is often medically-managed detoxification. This is where a person who is dependent on alcohol is safely withdrawn from alcoholic beverages with the assistance of a medical doctor. Depending on the severity of alcohol dependency – various type of prescription medications are utilized in order to ensure a safe, comfortable detox process. Typically, the entire medical detoxification process from alcoholism takes between 5-7 days. Oftentimes there is a short period of stabilization and monitoring after medication protocols have been discharged to confirm that there is no physical dependency to alcohol present.

Residential Treatment

Once medical detox has concluded residential treatment may begin. In this phase, the issues that underscored the drinking habits are addressed. This is a clinical process that includes various forms of individualized treatment. Often incorporating psychiatric, psychological, and clinical care – this component of the recovery process is very valuable in preventing relapse. Although many alcohol rehabs in Los Angeles don’t offer integrated methods for addressing alcoholism and alcohol abuse, there are programs like the Authentic Recovery Center that do. This type of program is often referred to as a “dual diagnosis alcohol rehab.”

Outpatient Rehab

Another option after medical detox is outpatient treatment and rehab. Although not every person who has destructive drinking habits may be eligible for this level of care it can be a very productive process for a motivated individual. In other words, if someone is dedicated to fully stopping drinking, this can be an extremely effective form of care. Again, like the variance in residential alcohol treatment approaches, outpatient programs also vary in style and technique. For more information on dual diagnosis outpatient treatment centers in Los Angeles visit outpatient rehab. It should be noted that outpatient rehab may take place during the day or the evening. The primary definition of outpatient means “non-residential.” As long as the rehab process is offered outside of the inpatient setting – its considered and outpatient setting.

ARC Alcohol Treatment in Los Angeles

If you would like to learn more about the Authentic Recovery Center and the types of alcohol treatment we offer call 1 877 415 4673 now. Our staff will help by conducting a FREE ASSESSMENT and helping you or a loved one to determine which level of care is most advisable for your situation.







Outpatient Drug Rehab

Tips about Outpatient Treatment

Learn the basics about nonresidential rehabilitation options.

Every person who completes residential treatment should know about outpatient care.

At its most basic, “Outpatient” means a type of aftercare once someone has completed an inpatient treatment program.

While outpatient rehabilitation can seem like a difficult concept to grasp – the principles behind this form of treatment are actually very simple. This article will describe the basics of outpatient concepts.

What is Outpatient Rehab?

Very simply put – outpatient rehabilitation is a nonresidential form of care. This means that a person goes to a program during the daytime or evening to continue working on their recovery. In many situations this support is critical to seasoning the new coping skills that an individual has recently discovered. In short – outpatient treatment helps to prevent relapse or slippage into old behaviors that often are the precursor to relapse.

Dual Diagnosis Treatment

Most outpatient rehabs in Los Angeles only address drug addiction, alcoholism, and substance abuse. However there are also a few outpatient clinics that address both addiction and co-occurring disorders. That means they treat substance misuse but also offer dual diagnosis treatment and support. Although not all programs that provide outpatient treatment focus on dual diagnosis issues, many of the best outpatient settings in Los Angeles are designed specifically to treat co-occurring disorders. One of the first questions people should often ask an outpatient drug rehab program is, “Are you capable of treating dual diagnosis issues?” Without that emphasis the outpatient program won’t be able to attend to such co-occurring disorders as:

All of the above disorders and conditions are issues that are effectively treated at the Authentic Recovery Center. If you would like to learn more about how to enroll in the outpatient program call 1 877 415 4673 now.







Real Life, Real Drug Treatment

Real drug use requires real drug treatment… If I could summarize my experience at the Authentic Recovery Center it would be “excellent”.

The program is simply amazing. It’s not like other drug treatment centers I’ve been too – and that’s not to say other programs were “bad”. It’s just to say the ARC program is different.

It’s totally about preparation and how to be clean and sober in the real world. The approach is so individualized, literally everything is addressed while you’re there. It’s a step-by-step process with a lot (and I mean a LOT) of one on one support.

If you’ve been to other programs an been unsuccessful, or even if you haven’t and you just need drug treatment – go to ARC.

Laura

Professional Observation

My name is Dr. Saunders. I have a practice in Northern California and I primarily work with substance misuse disorders. I have worked in the field of mental health services for coming up on 30 years and was not overly surprised when I was thrust headlong into a substance abuse situation with my grandson. He had clearly needed treatment for both addiction and mental health issues for some time.

Normally, I would’ve had a host of resources to offer a patient in my professional arena. But I found myself strangely paralyzed in this case. I’ve often heard that professionals make the worst practitioners with regards to their own family – but this was never more evident to me than watching myself in relationship to him. It was like watching everything I knew slip away from me when my son called me for help with his son.

I thought about all the programs I knew across the country. I thought about all the patients I’d seen over the years. I flashbacked over a thousand different treatment scenarios in my career, thought of many of different rehabs, and to my surprise, none of them seemed fit for my own grandson. Finally, after mulling it over for a week or so I called a therapist friend of mine in Los Angeles.

I explained the situation to her, going over the “case” in explicit detail. I outlined his entire history over the course of about 45 minutes. I literally don’t even think I took a breath. Finally, I asked her, “Where do you think he should go?” She paused for a second and said, “For my family, I’d recommend the Authentic Recovery Center.”

I asked her why.

She said, “Because they make the complex simple.”

That was it. That’s what I needed to hear. I called them and spoke with a fine gentlemen and asked about their program. He guided me through it like I was new to the process. He was a fine representative of their program. I believed in their approach and called my son after the call and told him that I thought this was the right fit.

That was a little over a year ago.

The treatment approach they implemented is the reason he’s here today. It was so bad near the end – literally, one of the worst cases of addiction I’ve seen in someone so young. It’s not chance at all that he’s been successful. They approached him with dignity and sophistication. They educated his parents, and me, and diligently worked with him through the stages of change.

I am forever grateful I found them AND I am humbled by how much they have reinvigorated me for the work that I do.

Their name says it all.

A thousand thanks to them.

How to Choose a Rehab

Important Tips for Choosing a Treatment Center

Find out everything you need to know in less than 30 minutes.

Getting Started

Choosing a treatment center often seems like an overwhelming task. This article is designed to make the process easier.

Learning More

Topics of discussion will include answers to the following questions:

  • What types of treatment are available?
  • What levels of care are advisable?
  • What lengths of stay are recommended?
  • What’s the difference between inpatient and outpatient care?
  • What is the variance in cost all about?
  • What questions should I ask a program?

Tip 1 – Understanding the Types of Treatment

There are essentially 5 different types of treatment philosophies available in Los Angeles and throughout the United States. These are:

  1. Clinically-Based
  2. Behavior Modification
  3. Integrated Model
  4. Evidence-Based Model
  5. Minnesota Model

The Clinical Model of Care

This model of care is largely therapeutic. The main focus of the treatment process is targeted on the underlying issues that contribute to addiction and substance abuse. This form of rehabilitation is delivered primarily through 1 on 1 modalities, and the group processes in this modality are an adjunct to the main thrust of a primarily individualized approach.

Other Terms for This Model

  • Holistic Treatment
  • Therapeutic Treatment
  • Individualized Treatment

The Behavior Modification Method

This method of care is largely non-therapeutic. Treatment is offered mainly in a group setting, quite dissimilar to both the Clinical and Integrated Models. These environments tend to be very confrontational and treatment is mostly peer driven. Actions taken (by the client) that are deemed “positive” are rewarded while actions that are deemed “negative” are aggressively confronted.

Other Terms for This Model

  • Attack Therapy
  • The Synanon Method
  • Peer Driven Treatment
  • Confrontational Treatment

The Integrated Model of Care

This model of care is the most adaptable and usually the most effective form of treatment because of it’s overall flexibility. The main focus of the process is on the individual and designed to specifically address the 7 main components of pathology related to substance misuse; the medical, psychiatric, emotional, mental, behavioral, spiritual, and social needs of the client undergoing care. The most unique aspect of the integrated approach is that it has the capability to incorporate variations of every other model of care.

Other Terms for This Model

  • Clinical Treatment
  • Holistic Treatment
  • Adaptable Therapy
  • Therapeutic Treatment
  • High End Rehabilitation
  • Individualized Treatment

The Evidence-Based Model of Care

This model of care is based on the basic principles that treatment approaches should be implemented purely based on 1) research studies and 2) that these research studies should be utilized and selected based on the specific established norms for EBP (Evidence-Based Practice). In other words, this approach is largely centered on a harm reduction approach.

Other Terms for This Model

  • Chemical Restraint
  • Medication Therapy
  • Methadone Treatment
  • Moderation Management
  • Harm Reduction Treatment

The Minnesota Model of Care

This model of care is based solely on the 12-step program of Alcoholics Anonymous. The process is largely focused on introducing the client to the first 3 steps of A.A. while undergoing care. The approach consists primarily of group processes and educational seminars related to addiction, trigger identification, and relapse prevention.

Other Terms for This Model

  • Group Therapy
  • 12 Step Treatment
  • Hospital-Based Treatment
  • Institutional Rehabilitation

Tip 2 – Understanding Levels of Care

There are essentially 3 different levels of care available in Los Angeles and throughout the United States. These are:

  1. Inpatient
  2. Outpatient

Detoxification

This type of care is typically residential, but is sometimes offered on a nonresidential basis. It’s designed for individuals that require medical supervision in order to successfully stop using alcohol, drugs, or prescription medications. When an individual is physically dependent on a habit-forming drug or chemical, medical detox is necessary to safely rid the body of toxins.

Inpatient

This type of care is residential and designed for people that exhibit characteristics of sub-severe to severe signs of substance abuse or that have concurrent co-occurring issues. Inpatient settings vary in approach based on the previously described treatment philosophies.

Outpatient

This type of care is nonresidential and designed for people that show signs of sub-severe substance misuse, have been previously stabilized in detox or inpatient, or that need support managing symptoms related to co-occurring disorders. Outpatient settings also vary in approach based on the previously described treatment philosophies.

Tip 3 – Understanding Lengths of Stay

There are essentially 4 different types of treatment periods available in Los Angeles and throughout the United States. These are:

Stabilization

This describes the length of time in treatment required merely to stabilize an individual. Usually the result of a primary or secondary psychiatric issue, substance abuse psychosis, or physical dependency, the treatment length for stabilization varies between 72 hours – 15 days.

Short Term Treatment

This describes the length of time most commonly associated with the term, “rehab.” Usually the requirement for sub-severe substance misuse and mild co-occurring disorders, the length for short term treatment varies between 21 – 31 days.

Medium Term Treatment

This describes the length of time typically required for individuals with sub-severe to severe substance abuse issues and mild to moderate co-occurring disorders. Usually, anything between 31 – 60 days is referred to as a medium term treatment episode.

Long Term Treatment

This describes the length of time necessary for individuals with a severe substance abuse disorder and moderate to severe co-occurring issues. Typically, long term treatment is anything between 90 days – 12 months.

Tip 4 – Understanding Inpatient Vs. Outpatient

There are multiple inpatient and outpatient programs in Los Angeles and throughout the United States. Ultimately, the approaches in these divergent rehabilitation settings will be only 1 of the 5 different models of care. However, as previously mentioned, inpatient and outpatient rehabs that offer an Integrated Treatment Model are adaptable – and thus – have the potential to attend to any individual’s needs.

That primary difference between inpatient and outpatient care is that one is residential and one is nonresidential. This leads to the common perception that inpatient is always a more “intense” form of treatment. In truth though, some outpatient programs rival the capability of their inpatient counterparts. Most notably, this is the case with outpatient settings based on an integrated treatment philosophy.

When to Choose Inpatient or Outpatient

Knowing when either inpatient or outpatient care is advisable breaks down to a few general rules. These are:

When Inpatient is Usually Advised

  1. Anytime physical dependency is present.
  2. Anytime sub-severe to severe psychological dependency is present.
  3. Anytime mild to moderate to severe co-occurring issues are present.
  4. Anytime a person demonstrates an inability to stop using on their own.
  5. When it feels safer to enroll in an inpatient setting vs. an outpatient program.

When Outpatient is Usually Advised

  1. Anytime physical dependency is not present.
  2. If the psychological dependency is only mildly severe.
  3. After completing an inpatient program – for aftercare purposes.
  4. When a person is a binge user, and can exhibit periods of abstinence.
  5. If a person is resistant to inpatient care, outpatient is often a starting point.

Tip 5 – Understanding the Cost Differences

One of the grave mistakes people make when choosing a rehab center is falling prey to the misconception that, “The higher the price, the better the treatment.” Nothing could be further from the truth. Prices for treatment vary based on several factors. These are:

Insurance Accepted Drug Rehab

  • Food
  • Services
  • Location
  • Amenities
  • The Economy
  • Insurance Rates

Just like with anything else, all the factors outlined above are variables in how treatment centers determine a price for care. Most notably, location and amenities are huge reasons why some programs charge upwards of $70,000 per month, while programs that offer the same clinical services may cost only $30,000 per month.

In a sense, the price for rehab will come down to personal preferences. If the thread count of the sheets is more important than the clinical care, you will end up spending an exorbitant amount of money on rehab. It’s really that simple.

Facts about Rehab Costs

In terms of the general rules for the cost of rehabilitation here’s how it generally works, from most expensive to least expensive:

  1. Integrated Treatment
  2. Clinically-Based Treatment
  3. Minnesota Modeled Treatment
  4. Evidence-Based Treatment
  5. Behavior Modification Treatment

Tip 6 – Understanding the Questions to Ask

Asking the right questions is an important part of choosing a rehab in Los Angeles or anywhere in the United States. And when you ask a rehab center questions it’s very important to use your intuition. Even though you are quite possibly in the midst of a crisis – slow down – and take the time to investigate your options thoroughly.

If you visit the free information provided below you’ll gain valuable knowledge about not only asking the most relevant questions about treatment, but you’ll be prepared to ask the right questions. At the end of the day it’s important to feel comfortable that you’re making the best decision possible. Your comfort will have a lot to do with the treatment working and being successful for you or a loved one.

Questions to Ask Rehabs

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Video on How to Choose a Rehab

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Tip 7 – Don’t Hesitate to Call Us

We’re here to help.

You’ve probably noticed that our entire website is different than any other you’ve seen. We provide a lot of information and it’s all for the broader goal of supporting people in getting the help they deserve. Don’t hesitate to call us and ask questions. You don’t have to come to the Authentic Recovery Center to receive our support. We’re here to assist you in any way we can.

Remember, “The only failure in life is the failure to act.”

Contact – 1 877 415 4673







Verify Insurance Benefits

Getting Started

The Authentic Recovery Center accepts and/or is covered through most PPO insurance plans. If you would like us to verify your coverage, eligibility, and benefits information for behavioral and mental health treatment services please fill out the form below. Once complete, an admissions counselor will contact you with an explanation of the benefits available on your specific insurance plan. Insurance benefits can only be verified Monday through Friday during normal business hours. If you provide your insurance information after 5PM PST you will be contacted the following day.

Please note that we do not work with the following health care insurance plans:

  • EPO’s
  • HMO’s
  • LA Care
  • Medi-Cal
  • Medicare
  • Medicaid

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  • Provide the FIRST and LAST NAME of the person who needs treatment here.
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    INSTRUCTIONS: Some insurance companies (United Healthcare) require the primary plan holders address on file with the insurance company for HIPPA verification purposes. Remember, this is the address where you receive billing and benefits information from your insurance company.
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Meet Our Staff!


Skilled Professionals, Compassionate Care…

The Authentic Recovery Center (ARC) is a leading addiction and co-occurring disorders treatment center located in Los Angeles, California. We employ an advanced approach to rehabilitation creating individualized treatment plans designed to support clients with a broad range of issues. Through multiple levels of care, we can customize rehab to the extent required to meet the needs of any person seeking help.

Our team consists of a variety of interdisciplinary, seasoned professionals that possess a comprehensive understanding of addiction and psychological and psychiatric issues. The vast majority of our team is personally recovering, which strengthens the conduit of communication and serves as a bridge of understanding and trust in the therapeutic relationship.

“What I appreciated most about my experience at ARC was the staff. I never felt like a number, or like they didn’t care.  Without their support and guidance I don’t think I would be sober today.”
Stephanie – Chicago, Illinois

Our staff is completely dedicated and professionally invested in creating successful outcomes for each client and their loved ones. With over 130 years of combined experience in the field of mental and behavioral health treatment, our clinical team represents a level of expertise unparalleled in the United States. Regardless of the complexities surrounding enrollment, our team works to develop an individualized treatment plan specifically designed to attend to each clients needs. Our goal is to help our clients and their loved ones through each phase of the recovery process, day by day, every step along the way.


Executive

  • Jon Esformes Founder

  • Greg Holden, MA/MFTi, CADC-I Chief Executive Officer

  • Heather Garrett Chief Finical Officer/Human Resource Director

  • Hadas Zies, RAS Chief Operating Officer

  • Brie Ciraulo-Rosenfield, MFT Director of Clinical & Business Development

Clinical

  • Joelene Knight, RAS Director of Clinical Programing

  • Melissa Flanigan, Psy. D Program Director

  • Tala Johartchi, Psy. D Program Therapist

  • Christopher Regan, Psy. D Program Therapist

  • Lisa Coyro, MFTi Program Therapist

  • Honey Dubrovsky, MFTi Program Therapist

Program Counselors

  • Andrew Brin, MA

  • Frank Dorward

  • Katy Eyer, CADE

  • Misha Hollins, C.A.S

  • Ross Phillips, CADC-I

  • Sara Romani, RAS

Ancillary Medical

  • Dr. Jonathan Reitman

  • Dr. Edward Riceberg

Psychiatrist

  • Samuel Park, MD

  • Ellie Mizani, MD

  • Mark Hyrmoc, MD

  • Joseph Keene, MD

Psychiatric Testing

  • Courtney Karp Psy. D.

Group Facilitators

  • Dallas W. Taylor, C.A.S, BRI-II Addiction Specialist

  • Maya Shlanger, Psy.D. Mindfulness & Meditation

  • Yeshaia Blakeney Spirituality

  • Michelle Hirschman, LCSW Life Skills

  • Jaclyn Schwartz, MFTi Sex & Love Addiction Specialist

  • Lisa Rogers, MFT Eating Disorder Specialist

  • Carrisa Gallardo, MFT DBT Therapist

  • Penn Shelton Neuro-Feedback

  • Katherine Shaw, BFA Art Expression

Client Services

  • Arpine Varikyan, MA Advisor Supervisor

  • Walker Milligan Asst. Advisor Supervisor

  • Alan Traylor, RAS Quality Assurance Coordinator

  • Executive Chef Ali Haghighi Food Services

  • Sous Chef Christopher Alvarez Food Services

  • Larry Betts Transportation

Administration

  • Kitty Brin Administrative Support

  • Ana Macko Administrative Support

  • Shay Lavarias Accounting


Call to Learn More about the Authentic Recovery Center Today 877-415-4673

Authentic Recovery Center | Licensed Provider for Detoxification, Residential, Outpatient and Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment in Los Angeles, California.

Free Drug Rehab Locator

SAMHSA – A Free Drug Rehab Locator Tool

There is often a sense of discouragement when attempting to enroll in a drug rehab center with no funds. The truth is that although the process may seem difficult – don’t worry. There are free drug rehab programs throughout the United States that are sponsored by the government, as well as drug treatment centers that are financed by charitable agencies. If you have found yourself in a situation where you require low cost drug rehab or free drug treatment then simply visit the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) website. This government agency offers a free online resource to help addicts in need find the help they require. To learn more visit Free Drug Rehab Locator.

Do You Have Medical Insurance?

Did you know that if you have medical insurance you may qualify for either mental or behavioral health services? In many circumstances, most PPO insurance plans will entirely cover (or at least offset) the cost of addiction and co-occurring disorders treatment. This means that it’s quite possible that your insurance will cover the cost of attending a program like the Authentic Recovery Center. If you would like to find out whether your insurance will cover treatment services visit FREE INSURANCE VERIFICATION.







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  • Testimonials

    • Real Life, Real Drug Treatment

      Real drug use requires real drug treatment… If I could summarize my experience at the

    • Professional Observation

      My name is Dr. Saunders. I have a practice in Northern California and I primarily

    • My Experience

      Before enrolling in the Authentic Recovery Center I was completely lost in my depression and

    • Simply the Best…

      Having been through a few rehabs in my time, I feel like I am somewhat

    • A Great Program

      Before I went to the Authentic Recovery Center I attended two other drug rehab programs.

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