We believe that this can only be done properly in a gender specific environment with an experienced and understanding staff who both understand and relate to the issues that each of our male clients present. We also believe that treatment must remain as individualized as possible. That’s why we only treat a maximum of 24 men at a time. We believe that this gives us the best possible environment to induce recovery from the insidious disease of addiction.
Covenant Hills is a Christian Addiction Treatment center with a gender-separate program designed specifically for men. Our dual diagnosis approach allows us to specialize in helping men who suffer from drug addiction and/or alcoholism, while also addressing any emotional or psychiatric issues that may be contributing to the addiction problem.
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Benefits of Attending a Men’s Rehab in Orange County
Attending a men’s-only rehab center has several benefits that aid in an effective treatment stay. Some of the advantages of attending a gender-separate men’s inpatient rehab center are as follows:
- Allows our staff to address issues that affect men differently than women during the recovery process
- Gives our clients the opportunity to develop relationships with each other
- Eliminates distractions between men and women during their stays
No matter what addiction that you are struggling with, we are prepared to help you recover. Our Christian approach integrates the 12 Steps Program with the foundational truths of the Christian Scripture to form a holistic, faith-based approach. From detox to aftercare, we are able to support you at any point of your journey.
We believe in compassionate
treatment that has lasting results.
Please call. We will take as much time as you need to listen to you and explain the various treatment options. Don’t wait. Start the process toward your new life today.
Meet the Men's Treatment Team
In her own words, “I struggled with addiction throughout my teens and into early adulthood. I have been to treatment quite a bit myself, so I think it really helps me to empathize with the client experience. Going through treatment is often one of the more challenging experiences that our clients will have in their entire lives. When they aren’t internally motivated or want to leave, I understand that, because I have been there. When they can’t imagine the rest of their lives without a drink or a drug, I get it. I was also an incredibly difficult client in treatment, so I tend to have a special place in my heart for the clients who may have some behavioral issues; I always try to keep in mind that if there weren’t staff members willing to fight for me even when I was a little more rough around the edges, I likely wouldn’t be alive today.”
Elizabeth loves working with clients and families. She strongly believes that recovery should be fun and that getting sober should open doors, as opposed to closing them, so she always tries to build clinical programs that reflect these principles.
Again she says, “Bottom line, I am sick of seeing young people dying unnecessarily, and I want to help support clients in living a life beyond their wildest dreams.”
He is a forensic psychologist providing treatment alternatives for alcoholics and addicts in lieu of incarceration where criminal offenses are an issue. He also does custody and marital mediation, works as a sports neuropsychologist, and Chairs the Faith Based Working Group for the Orange County Veterans and Military Families Collaborative (OCVMFC).
With Covenant Hills he works as a screener for those individuals with challenging co-occurring disorders or who may present with history of or current suicidal ideation and/or attempts—providing particular involvement with first responders, veterans, and others with trauma associated with their addiction. As well he participates in clinical planning of clients, offers groups, and individual counseling.
Cody is passionate about producing a high-quality of work. Not interested in half measures, he puts his all into everything he does. His dedication to the treatment field finds its origins in his personal experience in treatment where he was given the help he needed. He believes in returning that to the clients that he works with.
Michael received his B.A. from Chapman University, in English and worked as a professional journalist, utilizing observation, writing and interviewing skills. He received his M.A. from Concordia University Townsend Institute in Counseling.
Previously, Michael has worked as a case manager for a non-profit organization that assisted people with disabilities and was in City government where he provided case management, inspections, interviewing, and crisis intervention. Beyond that, he also has three years’ experience teaching in church and public school settings.
He loves people and enjoys working with and serving others. Michael believes we were built for relationship and too often men have learned or have become disconnected and isolated from that.