Oro House Recovery was ranked the No. 1 rehab center in Malibu by Newsweek showcasing its incredible ability to provide clients with world-class recovery programs. The rehab center offers residents a strength-based approach along with a supportive community to help clients recover from drug and alcohol addiction. Oro Recovery also works with clients to heal their co-occurring disorders. The Malibu-based center has a professionals track and young adults track enabling different groups to achieve the healing they desire. Oro House provides an array of therapies and activities to promote healing.
Malibu is the premier location for rehab centers. Being ranked Malibu’s No. 1 rehab facility isn’t an easy task. Oro Recovery’s No. 1 ranking courtesy of Newsweek shows just how extraordinary the rehab center is.
Oro Recovery developed its own curriculum known as The Compassionate Care Model® of dual diagnosis treatment. The treatment program builds a connection between residents and staff. Oro House’s expert therapists believe this connection is the most important factor in successful recovery. The rehab’s staff is highly trained and encouraged to interact with each resident, showing respect and authenticity with each exchange.
Founded in 2010, by Bob Forrest Oro House Recovery welcomes a maximum of 30 residents at one time. Forrest founded Oro House Recovery to treat individuals with compassion and dignity. Men and women are both capable of getting the recovery they need during a stay at the rehab. Professionals are catered to by the rehab’s executive program to ensure they return to the life they enjoyed before addiction took over. Clients will experience one-to-one therapy sessions, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Art Therapy, and more. There is also aftercare available to clients.