If you or a loved one is dealing with some sort of substance abuse problem, you are likely looking into various different styles of treatment. The best thing you can do is to ensure that whatever treatment facility you are looking into has a variety of different therapy programs like adventure rehab therapy, experiential therapies, support groups, psychotherapies, and more.

 

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Overall, there are a lot of boxes to check when it comes to finding the right rehab that works for you, but one thing to keep an eye out for is adventure-based programs. They will help break up the monotony that rehab can bring and can help keep you or your loved one engaged during treatment.

Let’s take a closer look at experiential and adventure-based therapy

What is Adventure Therapy?

Adventure therapy is a form of experiential treatment that combines community, nature, exercise, and more to improve an individual’s social, emotional, and psychological well-being. Through wilderness therapy, recreational activities, and evidence-based treatment, clients will learn more about their addiction issues, work to overcome mental health impediments, and develop techniques to aid in long-term recovery.

Many sober living programs emphasize traditional routine therapy programs that can often be slow and repetitive. At The District, we believe that experiential and adventure-based therapy programs can cultivate team-building and life skills, all while keeping our clients active and energized. By combining experiential education with addiction therapy techniques, the adventure-based program at The District Recovery Community takes evidence-based approaches to a new level.

Experiential and Adventure Rehab

At the District Recovery, our clients and alumni will have tons of fun opportunities to stay connected, learn new skills, commune with nature, and enjoy life all while learning the valuable skills and tools that will help them after their time at The District.

Overall, the goal of these programs is to help clients achieve sobriety and stay committed to a new life in recovery. This is done through a variety of activities and experiences. Let’s take a look at what you might be able to expect during your time at The District.

 

Outdoor Recovery Programs

There are a number of outdoor activities that you may experience during your time with The District, everything from beautiful outdoor hikes, to paintball, to pool days you can have a great time and experience nature during your recovery program.

 

Our Seasonal Surf Program

One thing our program can offer that many others can’t is the surf program here in Huntington Beach, home of the annual U.S. Surf Open. While not everyone can be Kelly Slater, our clients get to take some time out in the tides to try and master this fun sport.

 

TDRC Softball Team

Our Softball Team is more than just an outlet to play a sport. It’s about being a part of a team, community, and support system. This program promotes peer to peer-based accountability and working together in sync to compete against other teams. Softball adventure-based program focuses on social interactions and problem solving as a group. Recovery affects more than the individual, it affects the community. Using a community of peers, we support each other to new levels of strength in sobriety.

Our TDRC Leadership manages our softball team, and everyone is welcome to play! From alumni that came through our program 3-5 years ago to the newest guest in our community, the TDRC softball team is composed of current TDRC members and alumni.

 

Sober Living Programs

During a client’s time with The District, they can stay at one of our premier sober living homes in Orange County. These sober living programs will allow clients to continue their treatment efforts while being surrounded by other people in a similar situation who can provide them with the support and camaraderie they need to commit to their new life in recovery.

Men’s and women’s sober living programs in Orange County, CA provide individuals with the tools and support necessary to overcome co-occurring mental health disorders and substance abuse. As part of the sober living program in Orange County, CA a range of therapeutic approaches include:

 

man ready to bat for Softball Team at the District's adventure rehab program Our Softball Team is more than just an outlet to play a sport. It’s about being a part of a team, community, and support system. This program promotes peer-to-peer-based accountability and working together in sync to compete against other teams. Softball adventure-based program focuses on social interactions and problem solving as a group. Recovery affects more than the individual, it affects the community. Using a community of peers, we support each other to new levels of strength in sobriety.

Our TDRC Leadership manages our softball team, and everyone is welcome to play! From alumni that came through our program 3-5 years ago to the newest guest in our community, the TDRC softball team is comprised of TDRC members, current and past!

Adventure Rehab in Orange County

Adventure-based programs in Orange County embrace the outdoors and offer a variety of fun physical activities. Experienced staff guide your journey to problem solve and communicate with your peers in a safe outdoor setting. Each adventure-based program strengthens your mind and body with evidence-based therapy and physical activity. Programs rebuild the trust that is often lost due to the strain of addiction and personal loss with friends and family.

In addition to our surf program and softball team, adventure-based programs include:

  • Beach days
  • Outdoor ropes course
  • Fishing and boating

Contact The District Recovery Center Today

If you are looking for a substance abuse treatment program for yourself or your loved one, The District Recovery Community can help you. The District works with a number of organizations around California to ensure that whoever asks for help gets it.

Whether you are searching for an adventure rehab, a dual diagnosis treatment center, inpatient rehab, an IOP, a sober living house, or something else, The District can assist you.

Contact The District Recovery Community to be your guide to recovery.

Call The District Today 844-287-8506