A Place to "get away" for recovery and change!

Welcome to The Last Resort

  • At The Last Resort, we treat each young person with consideration for their individual needs and problems. We develop a treatment plan that is uniquely tailored to each adolescent. While the primary focus will be sobriety, there are other issues we can assess and address for the greatest success of our residents and their families.
  • We specialize in the treatment of adolescents between the ages of 12 and 17 years old, male and female. We are here 24 hours a day to help your child get the care they need. Our professional staff has helped many teens and their families get their life back together.

 Professional Staff

  • Our program utilizes an approach directed at attention to the child's emotional growth and development, physical health, psychological health, family relations and social support.  We view each resident as an individual and will treat them as such. Our primary focus is the need to maintain sobriety.  Other issues such as dual-addictions, self-esteem, anger management, eating disorders and family dysfunction will be assessed on an individual basis.
  • We will educate the residents and provide them with the tools and skills necessary for on-going self-care and recovery, including direct involvement in 12-step community based programs. We will teach and integrate a series of new living skills which focus on the development and nurturing of one’s mind, body, and spirit and utilize the vast resource of adjunct therapies available.

 

 

Looking for a full time adolescent Drug & Alcohol Counselor to work as a facility manager with young adults ages 12 – 17.  The position requires a minimum Associate’s degree in a behavioral sciences field and/or 2 – 3 years experience in behavioral sciences field (adolescent drug treatment preferred) and an AOD counseling certificate. Must have the ability to use good judgment and follow treatment philosophy. 

Must have a valid CA driver’s license, clean driving record, ability to pass background checks through Department of Justice, FBI and Child Abuse Index, and pass drug screen.  Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, direct supervision for and protection of up to 6 adolescents at inpatient residential treatment program; assist in providing various treatments including group, individual and family therapies; accurately document the daily activities and progress of residents; be consistent in following all safety procedures at all times; assist with day to day operations of the program; participate and be an active team member in treatment plan of each resident, and serve as a positive role model.

      

       Residential Program  209.523.6900 or

       Intensive Outpatient Program 209.523.6910

                

 

 OUR PROGRAM AND FACILITY IS CERTIFIED AND LICENSED BY

THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF ALCOHOL AND DRUGS #500010AN,#500010BN

 COMMUNITY CARE LICENSE DIVISION # 507004599

 ACCREDITED BY CARF INTERNATIONAL 2012-2013

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