Providing Residential Treatment in San Jose, CA
Residential treatment at Support Systems Homes is just like it sounds. You stay at one of our residential drug/alcohol treatment centers for the course of your rehab program. This method of rehabilitation offers support and structure. The length of your stay is determined by your individual treatment plan.
Supervision and Success
Our expert clinical and counseling staff will provide the services necessary to help you achieve long-term recovery from your addiction. Our residential drug treatment programs have proven success in treating thousands of addicts and alcoholics over more than two decades.
Is Residential Treatment Right for You?
Participants best suited to residential treatment are those who benefit from a structured schedule. Serious abuse cases, those who come from a large family, and unemployed individuals are all examples of people who could benefit from our residential treatment program.
Learn a Sober, Happy Lifestyle
Our residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation program are meant to help clients learn how to achieve and sustain long-term sobriety. The staff works with each patient to develop life skills that will not only assist them during an initial stabilization period but well beyond it.
With the help of our counseling team, patients develop individualized treatment plans and plans to support them after program completion. To make sure you have positive results, we base our services and treatment interventions on promising, proven practices in the field.
Family members are encouraged to take part in the treatment process, as appropriate. They are also welcome to attend our family education program.
You're well taken care of in our residential facilities. Our clinical team consists of nurses, counselors, clinical supervisory personnel, and a consulting American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) certified physician.
What is Included
Our residential drug treatment program includes assessments and evaluations from qualified and skilled clinicians, legal system advocacy (when needed), counseling, individualized treatment planning, transition planning, medication monitoring, family programs, meals, and free lifetime aftercare upon graduation.