In order to give you a generalized idea, currently, our patients wake up at about 6:30 a.m., they do an exercise routine, and then just after that, we do a morning meditation group with coffee and tea. After that is breakfast and then cognitive behavioral therapy, processing groups, relapse prevention groups, and creative therapy groups performed by our psychologist and counselors in variations throughout the week. We follow that with lunchtime at 12:00 p.m.
We have other various groups including connections and deletions insight, feedback groups by our clinical directors, drug and alcohol education, personal stories, outside AA meetings, dishonesty and community recognition and feedback, drug and alcohol education class, and other creative art therapies. By 2:30 p.m. we’re already rolling into an AA/NA step study and curriculum homework time. Then we finish up with an actual AA/NA meeting at 4:45 p.m. which takes us into dinner at 6:00 p.m. After that, it’s free time, except in some cases we do a Bonfire Meeting or a movie projected under the stars you know our rec center. Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays consist of a lot more free time, and we also do activities where we take the patients outside the facility to do zip lining, go-carts, horseback riding, beach time, hiking, swimming, gondola Yoga, paintball, and June buggies.
Different activities are going to depend on the patient and if they are ready to participate In which they don’t pose a flight risk. Either way, we have guards and counselors on duty that will be in and throughout the activities to keep their eye on patients at all times. The point of all of this is building camaraderie and a new routine in sobriety, with the hopes that once the patient leaves, they will have new tools to take with them. Our goal is to help our patients with aftercare and adjust them safely back into their community with a new outlook and sober approach.
Our costs go in different variations depending on the client and what it is that they are looking for, but here is a simple cost structure layout that will help you navigate what might be right for you.
Baja Rehab is a cash-pay program that identifies all major debit/credit cards. Insurance is not accepted.
Currently, we don’t offer a 30-day program, because we feel it is just not enough time. We do offer a 10-day detox for some given the circumstance… This is because some people have resorted to us on behalf of cost and affordability, and will be already set up with an aftercare program elsewhere after their 10-day departure. We also allow this option for people who are still considering what they want to invest in, while at the very least getting their loved ones to help with the detox process.