Program Overview

449 Recovery is an extended care program in Mission Viejo, CA. We are a client centered, dual diagnosis and co-ed facility. Our goal is to transition our clients from a residential program and back to life as a productive member of society. We help our clients to process their life experiences while in a controlled environment. We pride ourselves on the family environment that we offer our clients.

Phase 1 (Mon-Fri from 9:00AM-4:00PM)

Phase 2 (Mon-Fri from 10:00AM-3:00PM)

Phase 3 (Mon, Wed, Fri from 10AM-3:00PM)

Phase 3 Professionals (clients at this level are given a schedule specifically tailored to them and where they are at in their recovery)

  • Lunch provided on campus for every client, regardless of phase level.
  • Each client will have a counselor and/or a therapist. They will meet with them one time per week at a minimum.
  • Each client will also meet with the psychiatrist one time per week.
  • Each client will engage in group therapy sessions ranging from process groups, experiential groups, vocational groups, 12 step orientation groups, spirituality groups, etc.

Treatment Modalities

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Psycho Drama, Experiential Therapy.

Phase 1 (Highly Structure housing)

Curfew – (Sun-Thurs 10PM) (Fri-Sat 11PM)

  • 4 mandatory AA meetings each week with transportation provided by the sober living
  • Food provided by the sober living
  • No cars
  • All clients are allowed to have their cell phones and laptops
  • Completing chores and having respect for the home and the neighborhood are of the highest importance at all sober living environments

Phases 2-3

Curfew – (Sun-Thurs 11PM) (Fri-Sat 12PM)

  • Clients will be expected to get themselves to their own support group meetings such as AA, Smart Recovery, church, etc.
  • Clients are responsible for own meals (with the exception of lunch M-F)
  • Cars are allowed
  • All clients are allowed to have their cell phones and laptops
  • Completing chores and having respect for the home and the neighborhood are of the highest importance at all sober living environments

Family Group (First weekend of every month)

All clients are highly encouraged to engage in family weekend when it is appropriate. 449 Recovery believes in treating the family as well as the client and aims to provide an environment conducive to rebuilding the bonds broken by addiction.

Alumni Program

449 Recovery has revamped our alumni program to now include bi-monthly accountability groups exclusively for those who have successfully completed the program as well as monthly event nights. Events include movie nights with dinner as well as sobriety birthday celebrations. Alumni are also invited to all major 449 events such as trips to the beach, Knott’s Berry Farm, Magic Mountain, the Getty Center, the Museum of Tolerance and our bi-annual movie premier events. The program is an effort to keep alumni close, show our clients how to enjoy themselves in recovery, and promote our family atmosphere. The accountability group sets forth to provide a safe and supportive space to allow our former clients to grow in their sobriety and reconnect with their peers. The perfect balance of fun and structure, our alumni program is an excellent tool for clients to utilize.

Food Stamps and EBT assistance

449 Recovery offers a program to assist any client is need of food stamps (EBT) and/or trips to our local food banks.

Whether coming from a residential treatment program or directly to us, here’s what to expect from the beginning of your stay with us at 449 Recovery.

Pre-Admission Assessment

 (855) 435-7449

Prior to your admission, over the phone, we’ll walk you through our pre-admission assessment to make sure we can get you the most effective and appropriate care.

Intake Paperwork

When you arrive at our facility we’ll be doing your intake paperwork, completing your biopsychosocial assessment (a more in depth conversation with a counselor to see where we can meet you treatment wise), and get you to your new home.

Psychiatrist Assessment

In your first week here you will meet with our psychiatrist to assess any current medications as well as discuss medication options.

Begin Road to Recovery

You will also be assigned a counselor to begin your work in recovery. You are welcomed with open arms into our 449 family!

Take the first step to freedom today.

Simply give us a call at (855) 435-7449 or click on schedule appointment to request a call back.