If you or a loved one is struggling with addiction or to inquire about treatment options, call 800-762-6717 to speak to a Hotel California by the Sea admissions coordinator now.
There is no such thing as a "cure" for addiction. But there is a solution.
The experts at Hotel California by the Sea in Bellevue have made it their lifelong mission to provide that solution to those struggling with substance abuse and co-occurring disorders. Through long-term treatment that enables clients to achieve and maintain long-term sobriety, recovery, and positive life change, people can gain freedom from the grips of addiction and other psychological disorders.
Mary-Colleen Underwood, the Director of Marketing at Hotel California Bellevue, lost her father to addiction in 2011. She says her role at Hotel California Bellevue grants her a platform to share her family's story in the hopes that fewer families will lose their fathers, mothers, brothers, wives, husbands, or sisters from this deadly disease.
"At Hotel California by the Sea, we have a solution that works," Underwood says. "I want as many people as possible to hear that loud and clear to prevent more lives from being lost to this disease. I'm certain that had my father gone through Hotel California by the Sea's treatment program that he would be alive today."
Hotel California by the Sea provides individualized addiction and co-occurring disorder treatment in Bellevue, Washington, Orange County, California, and Cincinnati, Ohio. They offer individualized treatment plans tailored to the unique needs of each client, with all levels of care from detox and residential to partial in-patient hospitalization and intensive outpatient. Hotel California by the Sea offers three specialty programs including a Men's Professionals Program for men over the age of 30, an Intimate Addiction and Trauma-focused Women's Program and a Young Adult Program that's focus is professional and personal development which is heavily supported by the Career Resource Program. Hotel California by the Sea also offers a Court Services Program.
And because, quite often, alcohol and substance abuse begin with underlying psychological issues or experiences that people don't know how to cope with effectively, Hotel California by the Sea takes a comprehensive clinical and therapeutic approach to treating addiction and co-occurring disorders like depression, anxiety, PTSD, bipolar disorder, and job-related stress or executive burnout.
Clients are paired with a primary therapist and substance abuse case manager, who will help guide each client through a variety of therapeutic modalities to help them learn how to manage their addiction(s) and co-occurring disorder symptoms and tendencies positively and healthily while staying sober.
Eighty-two percent of the Hotel California by the Sea staff are also in recovery—so clients are not only working with people who know the program inside and out but can relate to everything they're going through.
Allie Wile, Admissions Supervisor at Hotel California by the Sea, was once a client. She says the long-term treatment aspect and the ability to go through various levels of care at her own pace, "the pace that was right for me," was what worked for her. And she says Hotel California by the Sea continues to provide kindness and compassion to their clients.
"We care about treating each person who walks through our doors with dignity, compassion, respect, and as an individual," Wile says.
So, what's the first step in enrolling at Hotel California by the Sea? Call their admissions coordinators, who are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, at 800-762-6717. They'll provide you with a detailed overview of what Hotel California by the Sea is, what services they offer, and how they can help you achieve long-term recovery. If the treatment program and assessment is deemed compatible with you or your loved one's needs, arrangements will be made. Hotel California by the Sea accepts most private insurance and offer cash pay rates.
"Even without private insurance, we will always help people find resources since we truly care about each individual person who calls for help," Wile says.
Underwood stresses that addiction doesn't discriminate. "It's not a moral failure," she says. "It's a deadly disease.
"Although it breaks my heart to think about, if I can help another young girl from losing their father, or a mother from losing their child, I feel that I am fulfilling my purpose. That gives me a lot of comfort and peace, especially when dealing with the grief that has come with losing a parent or loved one."
To learn more about treatment options at Hotel California by the Sea, call 844-252-1356 or visit https://www.hotelcaliforniabythesea.com.