We are a substance abuse and alcohol outpatient program. This means that we provide a supportive and therapeutic environment for anyone who is seeking help, without having to leave home, their job, family responsibilities, or their loved ones in order to receive great treatment. We look for men and women who are serious about changing their lives, highly motivated to change, and are willing to be honest and open-minded through this process.

We offer various tracks and services that are designed on a person to person basis and dependent upon the need of the individual. We feel that for anyone who has started their journey in recovery, whether it is inpatient treatment (rehab), sober living, or community-based support groups, they will need ongoing outpatient support via education, group therapy, individual therapy, trauma work, and family counseling to ensure the best possible outcome of their ongoing process of achieving sobriety. We treat anyone 18 years of age and older, with a substance abuse primary issue, but who may also be struggling with anxiety, depression and other mental health concerns.

Our Treatment Programs

We are located in Westlake Village, California, which is not only a beautiful community, but because of its central location to Los Angeles, has allowed us access to some of the finest specialists and leaders in this field.

If you or a loved one thinks they have a problem, honestly wants to change, we would love to meet with you and talk with no strings attached. Even if you choose not to come to us for your treatment needs, we just want to be helpful in any way we can. We commend you for seeking answers and believe that this is the most loving thing you can be doing for everyone in your life.

"After thirty-six years in recovery and twenty years in addiction treatment, I am now solely focused on providing personal, 1-on-1 recovery management services to those in need. When I most needed it someone reached out and took my hand and help save my life. Ever since I have dedicated myself to returning that kindness. When I was in dire straits many years ago with an addiction to drugs and alcohol, all I wanted to do was STOP! With the support of skilled clinicians and generous men and women in the recovery community I was not only able to stop, but discovered that I was becoming a better man, a better husband, better father, better colleague, better neighbor, and a better human being. I also found that the key to my happiness is found in service to others. I have dedicated my life to this task and have been gifted with the opportunity to direct others to the discovery of that better life."

- Stuart Birnbaum, Founder