Resolutions – Recovery Residences

Overview

Continuum of Care – After Rehab Programs

Most individuals who find their way to a Resolutions facility have already completed treatment at one of AAC’s facilities and are now seeking the next step in the continuum of care. Resolutions’ after rehab programs and connections with some of AAC’s state-of-the-art facilities, like Laguna Treatment Hospital and Desert Hope, means that staff can provide residents with a high quality of care without impeding the resident’s daily routines.

Levels of Care

Resolutions Las Vegas

  • Recovery Residence

Resolutions Oxford

  • Recovery Residence
  • Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
  • Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Resolutions Arlington

  • Recovery Residence
  • Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
  • Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Resolutions San Diego

  • Recovery Residence
  • Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Resolutions Laguna

  • Recovery Residence

Co-occurring mental health disorders

The staff at Resolutions understands that addiction can manifest in tandem with other mental health disorders. Hence, Resolutions is able to accommodate those with co-occurring mental health disorders.

Our Staff & Credentials

Resolutions San Diego: Robert Bliss, CADC-II, ICADC

After struggling with substance abuse for over 30 years, Robert Bliss became a passionate member of the recovery community through an active 12-step program and continues to live his life in recovery while inspiring others 10 years later. As of 2018, he has been with AAC 7.5 years, starting as a driver and working his way up to where he is today. Born and raised in San Diego where he now oversees day-to-day programming while supervising the BHT staff at Resolutions San Diego, he says “I’m all about teaching these residents how to face life on life’s terms without using or drinking, giving themselves a chance at a new life, and encouraging them to strive for success.” Clients and staff depend on Robert for crisis intervention, facility safety, behavioral management, and to perform admissions and orientations. He continues to work closely with upper management for the creation and implementation of policies and procedures outside his regular responsibilities.

What to Expect

Prospective Patients

Those familiar with residential facilities, specifically AAC-run residential facilities, should settle in quickly and have a good idea of what to expect. Residents who are stepping down from another AAC facility will be transported, free of charge, to the recovery facilities.

Resolutions San Diego

  • Meals: 3 meals provided and cooked by Resolutions staff daily, served in a cafeteria-like setting. Snacks included.
  • Housing Details: 36 beds in a 2-level home. Each room houses 2 to 3 individuals. All clients reside in Resolutions Supportive Housing and have therapy/groups off-site at SDATC Outpatient Clinic.
  • Recreational Activities & Amenities: Off-site activities include AA/NA meetings, hiking trips, Sunday beach days, recovery volleyball, Balboa Park trips and more. Incentive and role model activities occur weekly and may include putt-putt driving range, bowling, laser tag, amusement park trips, recovery athletics, and more.

Resolutions Oxford

  • Meals: Most meals are community meals, but some are provided. Within each home, patients plan and prepare meals together with help from a life-skills coach.
  • Housing Details: 4 cabins with 12 beds each, located adjacent to the Oxford Outpatient Center. 2 patients per room with a shared bathroom. Each cabin has a central living space with lounge area and a large kitchen and dining room for cooking and eating together, plus a laundry room. Cabins are gender specific and monitored by staff 24-hours-a-day.
  • Recreational Activities & Amenities: Recreational activities and outings are included in Oxford’s Experiential Therapy. Some of the activities offered include disc golf, a ropes course, equine therapy, a 12-Step walk, as well as a labyrinth in which therapists will have patients do various activities.

Resolutions Laguna

  • Meals: Food is supplied by Laguna Treatment Hospital's Executive Chef, and residents prepare their own meals except when on-site for lunch. An Executive Chef's cooking class is held weekly.
  • Housing Details: 6 structured transitional homes in the local community for female clients stepping down to lower level of care and programming at Laguna Treatment Hospital. Each house as 2 large screen TVs, a large kitchen, beautiful backyard, and computer station.
  • Recreational Activities & Amenities: Outdoor activities on Saturdays and Sundays (Saturday outings have an allotted budget for movies or comparable activities), Executive Chef's weekly cooking class, weekly gardening class, weekly job preparedness workshops, plus weekly yoga and aromatherapy.

Resolutions Las Vegas

  • Meals: An executive chef prepares meals.
  • Housing Details: Women stay at the 28-bed Resolutions Apartments, 2 per room. Men stay at the 110-bed Resolutions Las Vegas in a hotel-like setting.
  • Recreational Activities & Amenities: Weekly recreational trips and access to the Solutions wellness campus, including gym services. Weekly sport activities are held on-site.

Resolutions Arlington

  • Meals: An executive chef prepares meals.
  • Housing Details: State-of-the-art hotel with 1 or 2 clients per room.
  • Recreational Activities & Amenities: Gym, game room, and business office.

For Families

Visiting your loved one

During your loved one’s treatment, we can work with you to plan a visit. Your loved one’s treatment team will provide you with all of the information you need to schedule your visit.

Clinical Care

Individual Therapy

If enrolled in a PHP or IOP at a Resolutions facility, you will receive at least 1 meeting of individual therapy a week.

Group Therapy

All Resolutions facilities hold communal group meetings, weekly AA and NA groups, and occasional special treatment events.

Alternative Psycho-Educational, Supportive, & Expressive Therapies

Additional treatment interventions are offered to therapeutically support your overall care and wellbeing. Activities vary by Resolutions location.

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Continuum of Care – After Rehab Programs

Most individuals who find their way to a Resolutions facility have already completed treatment at one of AAC’s facilities and are now seeking the next step in the continuum of care. Resolutions’ after rehab programs and connections with some of AAC’s state-of-the-art facilities, like Laguna Treatment Hospital and Desert Hope, means that staff can provide residents with a high quality of care without impeding the resident’s daily routines.

Levels of Care

Resolutions Las Vegas

  • Recovery Residence

Resolutions Oxford

  • Recovery Residence
  • Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
  • Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Resolutions Arlington

  • Recovery Residence
  • Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
  • Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Resolutions San Diego

  • Recovery Residence
  • Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Resolutions Laguna

  • Recovery Residence

Co-occurring mental health disorders

The staff at Resolutions understands that addiction can manifest in tandem with other mental health disorders. Hence, Resolutions is able to accommodate those with co-occurring mental health disorders.

Our Staff & Credentials

Resolutions San Diego: Robert Bliss, CADC-II, ICADC

After struggling with substance abuse for over 30 years, Robert Bliss became a passionate member of the recovery community through an active 12-step program and continues to live his life in recovery while inspiring others 10 years later. As of 2018, he has been with AAC 7.5 years, starting as a driver and working his way up to where he is today. Born and raised in San Diego where he now oversees day-to-day programming while supervising the BHT staff at Resolutions San Diego, he says “I’m all about teaching these residents how to face life on life’s terms without using or drinking, giving themselves a chance at a new life, and encouraging them to strive for success.” Clients and staff depend on Robert for crisis intervention, facility safety, behavioral management, and to perform admissions and orientations. He continues to work closely with upper management for the creation and implementation of policies and procedures outside his regular responsibilities.