Medication Assisted Treatment

We offer both High Risk detoxification of long term Methadone / Suboxone maintenance and MAT Medication Assisted Treatment. Our Technological, Medical and Clinical treatment approach mitigates and heals alcoholism, opiate dependency, benzodiazepine dependency and the underlying causes and conditions.

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New Life Detox Admissions

When you reach out to us to learn more about the admissions for our substance abuse treatment center, you can expect us to walk you through exactly what you’ll need to know when you or a loved one is admitted. We understand that it’s a difficult situation and that asking for help takes a lot of courage. When you come to New Life Detox, don’t expect it to be a simple process to become sober; however, expect it to be a fluid process to be admitted to our drug treatment program. Our admissions process is efficient and simple because we know how difficult this is for you.

An admirable step in getting life back on track is recognizing a need for help. New Life Detox understands asking for assistance isn’t easy or comfortable. However, requesting and accepting guidance is a commendable, wonderful, essential step along the road to an enjoyable life filled with real, enduring satisfaction and happiness. Shame, fear, embarrassment, guilt and a multitude of other self-paralyzing emotions often hold people back from launching on the clear-cut path to recovery. Even some of New Life Detox’s drug and alcohol counselors themselves have previously conquered drug and alcohol abuse. So with open arms and without judgement, New Life Detox welcomes free phone counseling with complete anonymity guaranteed so people can learn more and decide if the unique, three-phase New Life Detox program in California fits the needs of an individual. No judgement, no pressure, no worries.

Connect with New Life Detox right NOW at 949-558-0419 for a confidential chat to address any questions and learn more about New Life Detox and the admissions process. During easy, relaxed and tranquil conversations, callers will experience:

  • Professional, REAL, caring New Life Detox counselors — not some random call center operator.
  • Trusted dialog with a New Life Detox drug and alcohol counselor in a honest exchange about alcohol or drug dependence to better advise on treatment options.
  • A chemical dependency advisor seeking input to assist in rapid New Life Detox coaching.
  • Advisors identifying insurance options or affordable payment options to serve immediate needs, and help locating the nearest New Life Detox affiliate facility in California.
  • Options for a New Life Detox entry date — with “same day” admission possible to help anyone.

Enrolling in New Life Detox is a life-changing and life-saving decision. When you leave upon completion of our program, you will start a new life, full of vitality and always have the support of our staff on your journey.


New Life Detox accepts most PPO insurance plans. For uninsured individuals, New Life Detox can offer affordable, private pay options. To learn more, please feel free to call us anytime 24 hours a day and 7 days a week at 949-558-0419 for a confidential conversation with a professional drug and alcohol counselor.



The New Life Detox Phase 1 Residential Alcohol and Drug Detox Program includes medical detoxification performed by licensed physicians to help individuals rid the body of chemicals trapped inside.



The New Life Detox Phase 2 Residential Alcohol and Drug Rehab Program provides participants with the time they need to establish and solidify sobriety. After completion of the New Life Detox Phase 1 Residential Alcohol and Drug Detoxification Program, guests begin to notice that their mind feels a lot clearer compared to when they first started recovery.



New Life Detox’s Phase 3 Intensive Outpatient Counseling Program is an essential final step in New Life Detox’s recovery system that relies on guided drug and alcohol counseling. During this stage, an experienced New Life Detox drug and alcohol counselor helps to lock in results from the Phase 1 Residential Alcohol and Drug Detoxification Program and Phase 2 Residential Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation Program.