Professional Referrals

At The Camp Recovery Center, we pride ourselves on our relationships with other professionals, and we strive to make the admissions process for new residents as streamlined and as comfortable as possible. If you wish to refer someone to us, please contact our admissions department and they will set up an appointment within 24 to 48 hours to meet with the prospective resident. Once admitted, the resident will then be assigned a case manager who will coordinate the resident’s care.

We receive referrals from many different sources, which include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Therapists
  • Social workers
  • Physicians
  • Schools

Once a resident has been admitted into programming at The Camp, our staff will request consent from the resident to communicate with the referral source in order to coordinate services while he or she is in treatment, when deemed clinically appropriate.

The Camp will continue to work with you throughout the resident’s stay in order to provide the best care possible, ensuring both your and the client’s comfort with the therapeutic process. Continuity of care is important, so we can also make arrangements for our residents to return to your care once treatment is complete.

Experiential Therapies

The Camp Recovery Center offers a variety of outdoor-focused experiential therapies.

Refreshing Location

Nestled on 25 acres in the redwoods of the Santa Cruz Mountains, The Camp’s grounds provide a serene location for clients to recalibrate and refresh as they focus on recovery.

Dedication to Success

For nearly 30 years, The Camp has provided cutting-edge rehabilitation. Our clinical team creates individualized treatment plans to give our clients the tools they need for a successful recovery.

The admissions team was awesome. They were patient with me and helped me get situated when I entered treatment, despite being so nervous. I think it shows that they really care and that this isn't just a rehab facility, it's a real treatment center and people come here to get better.

– Kathy C.
Marks of Quality Care
  • American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM)
  • Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF)
  • Department of Health Care Services

Licensed by the State Department of Health Care Services