We believe that addiction treatment needs to do more than just help someone get sober – it needs to transform the life of the addict and empower him or her to create a more meaningful and positive life.
Addiction is not a disease or the result of weak character – it is a manifestation of a deeper physical, emotional or spiritual dilemma that can only be resolved by directly addressing those underlying issues.
When rehab is done right, clients don’t need to keep coming back to rehab. They can if they need to, but usually don’t. To accomplish this, we don’t simply treat the symptoms of addiction by masking it with medication. Instead, we treat the whole person and teach them how to create a meaningful life without substances.
We believe that addicts deserve second chances, and that’s what we provide at Elevate. We foster an environment where they can undergo treatment in a caring, professional and positive manner while being integrated into a culture of mutual cooperation, structure and support.
Our mission is to provide a safe and nurturing environment where those struggling with addiction can confront and resolve their drug or alcohol dependence. We give them the tools and knowledge to go back into the world completely substance-free and primed for success.
Once admitted to Elevate, clients enter a lifetime partnership that guarantees them support even long after graduating from our inpatient program. This is why our aftercare options and services are so vast.
Admissions & Insurance
Get the answers to all your practical questions such as how long it takes to get admitted, what you should bring, what airports we pick up from, payment options, and whether or not your insurance covers treatment.
We think we’ve built a pretty successful rehabilitation center here in northern California, but don’t take our word for it – let our clients tell you what the Elevate experience was like for them.
We have two residential inpatient treatment centers in northern California, located in Santa Cruz county and South Lake Tahoe, as well as an outpatient treatment facility in Aptos.