Residential Treatment Options & Clinical Partnerships For Our Community Members
Whether you are looking for a sober living home, outpatient treatment or residential substance abuse and mental health treatment in Los Angeles, Riviera Recovery can help provide you with the proper care needed in order to recover. We offer our structured sober living homes and have outpatient and treatment options for those who may need a higher level of care. While recovery is unique to each individual that walks through the doors of Riviera Recovery in West LA, every client could use clinical support in some capacity. Like yin and yang, sober living and intensive outpatient programs work together to create a complete recovery plan. Housing helps with changing habits within the environment, clinical helps with changing habits within the mind. That is why we are partnered with several treatment programs around LA.
Our partnered programs offer the following services:
- PHP or partial hospitalization program, for those that need a little more structure in their day.
- IOP or intensive outpatient program, for those that are able to work or go to school, but need extra support.
- OP or outpatient therapy, for those that are firm in their recovery journey, but need weekly check-ins to keep them on track.
Reach out today to see how we can support you or your loved one with treatment and sober living combined.
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Experiential & Holistic Treatment Options & Therapies
Riviera Recovery draws upon a number of treatment modalities to assist those who are beginning to bridge the gap from addiction and mental health issues to recovery. From Holistic Therapies to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to Experiential Activities, each approach gives individuals a chance to process feelings without the use of drugs or alcohol in a safe and structured environment.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
CBT is a short-term therapy that teaches the individual in recovery how to change the way they respond to certain situations where maladaptive behaviors, such as substance use disorder have resulted. CBT helps the individual be proactive in recognizing triggers that could prompt relapse and to access new coping skills and healthy behavioral responses learned in CBT to fortify recovery.
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
Similar to CBT, DBT identifies the active connection between accepting the need to change self-destructive behaviors and working on making those positive changes in one’s life. DBT helps treat the compulsive behavioral patterns of self-harm with incremental, practical techniques. The four basic tenets of DBT include mindfulness, interpersonal relations, emotional regulation, and distress tolerance.
Contingency Management (CM)
CM is a treatment approach that uses rewards to reinforce the new positive behaviors. Incentives used in CM can include vouchers that have monetary value and can be used to purchase certain privileges or activities that are consistent with a sober lifestyle. CM may involve cash prizes awarded over the course of the treatment program when certain benchmarks are met, such as three consecutive negative drug or alcohol tests, for example.
Motivational Enhancement Therapy (MET)
MET seeks to evoke a patient-driven motivation to change self-destructive behaviors. MET involves internally motivated change based on the initial assessment session with a therapist using motivational interviewing principles. The individual devises a plan to make positive life changes, and in subsequent sessions the therapist monitors the changes and encourages them to continue toward their self- defined goals.