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Alcohol Treatment Southern California

Are you or someone you love struggling with alcohol dependency? Has alcohol negatively affected your life and the lives of your family members? You are not alone, alcohol use disorder affects millions of Americans. While alcohol use is accepted by society as being a common social behavior, for many, alcohol use can spiral out of control until life becomes unbearable. 


Alcohol Use Disorder affects the lives of over 14 million Americans each and every day. Unfortunately, less than 20% of adults struggling with alcohol abuse will ever seek professional help. As a result, thousands of Americans die from alcohol-related causes each year. Don’t let you or your loved one become a statistic – another life lost to this disorder – call Truvida today. We know the pain and heartbreak that you have experienced, the lost opportunities, the lost time. Don’t wait another day. Call Truvida now to speak with a caring professional. We can ensure that you have all the resources you need to start on a new path to health and well-being with those you love.


Treatment Options

At Truvida, we offer individualized care. Each patient at our specialized rehab facilities in Southern California is given the resources and support they need. We offer residential and outpatient options, customized for the individual.

  • Intensive Outpatient Program: Our intensive outpatient program in Orange County gives patients access to physicians, therapists, and specialists in a safe setting for four to five hours each day. This is ideal for many patients who are able to continue working and maintaining daily responsibilities.
  • Residential Program: For patients needing more intensive treatment, our residential program may be the perfect fit. Truvida Residential program offers one on one in-house patient care starting with safe, medically supervised detox. Patients then transition into a shared or private room with daily individual and group therapy, counselling and constant medical supervision. Unlike the outpatient program, patients are able to take a break from the responsibilities of daily life to focus on recovery and well-being.


All of the treatments at Truvida are research-based for optimal outcomes and long-term success. This includes the most cutting-edge therapies such as Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR), and sound/Biofeedback Therapy. Truvida alcohol treatment program is based upon both the 12-step and SMART recovery programs to ensure that you receive the needed emotional and social support that will treat the root causes of the disorder, not simply the symptoms.


Treatment does not stop upon completion of the inpatient or outpatient program. Truvida patients receive top quality aftercare to ensure that they are given what they need to succeed in all aspects of sober living. We offer sober living facilities, or transition to outpatient programs, and help finding a 12-step or SMART group that fits the patients’ individual needs.

Truvida alcohol treatment programs of Southern California accepts a wide range of insurance plans. Contact Truvida today to speak with a professional about payment options that work for you and your family. 

Alcohol Treatment Southern California

In The Media / Jane Beresford, Psy.D.

E! Channel

E!Dr. Beresford provided psychological screenings and evaluations for “What’s Eating You?”, E! Channel’s reality show about extreme eating disorders. The series chronicled the lives of men and women whose very survival was at risk as they battled not only their distorted body images, but also self-created, life-threatening food rituals and compulsions.

Quoted in Books
Manopause: Your Guide To Surviving His Changing Life Dr. Beresford was interviewed by Lisa Friedman Bloch, co-author with Kathy Kirtland Silverman of “Manopause: Your Guide To Surviving His Changing Life” (Hay House, 2012), which explores how biological and psychological factors collide with the societal pressures men face, and provides advice on how women can help themselves and their men move through and enjoy this sometimes challenging phase. Dr. Beresford's experiences in working with couples during this transitional time are included in the book.