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The Immersive Recovery Experience


At Immersive Recovery, we passionately offer a revolutionary approach to recovery. Early sobriety is much more than abstaining from drugs and alcohol. It is an opportunity to explore and engage in a completely new way of living. Our approach is simple, yet innovative. Equip clients with the tools and principals to not only maintain sobriety, but enable an overall lifestyle of growth and success.

Our comprehensive treatment plans are designed to target and address the underlying symptoms commonly associated with the disease of addiction and alcoholism. Utilizing proven clinical and holistic methods, clients are guided through three stages of growth. 

  • DISCOVER: The period of intensive self discovery. By confronting the past, acknowledging the present, and constructively preparing for the future, clients are able to begin establishing the foundation for a life in sobriety.
  • DEVELOP: Exploring the building blocks of recovery and inspiring passion and purpose, our team continues to reinforce growth and progress within a new way of life. 
  • DEPLOY-:Clients begin to accomplish personal and recovery goals, exercise healthy living practices, also continuing to pursue passions and seek purpose. Through creating small measurable successes, the foundation of a lifestyle in recovery is further solidified.


Before being admitted into one of our addiction treatment programs at Immersive Recovery, clients will take the first step in the stages of recovery and go through the process of medical detoxification, which will reduce the physical dependence that addiction places on their bodies. But what happens to the addicts existing thoughts and mindsets after the physical detox process? We equip clients with the tools to begin alleviating and changing their unhealthy mental behaviors and habits. Through utilizing these tools, clients go through the process of detoxing their mind as well, replacing the toxic and dangerous mindsets that led them to addiction with new, healthy, and positive connections that will lead each of our clients into a life worth living.



Maintaining spiritual and psychological growth are paramount to creating lasting sobriety. Immersive Recovery has developed a program that creates self-accountability in these areas. Our clients are encouraged to explore a wide variety of practices that will enable them to choose which healing process works best for them.  Once they know what sustains them, we give them the tools to create their own accountability systems and engage with the values and goals that they consider to be important.


Physical growth is an important element in the overall well-being of any individual and plays a large role in creating successful recovery in the lives of recovering addicts and alcoholics. At Immersive Recovery we offer a wide variety of physical outlets to our clients including surfing (in the summer months), hiking, gym access, and yoga/stretching courses.  Exploration is key and our clients will have the opportunity to take part in new and interesting ways of experiencing physical wellness.  Members of our staff are trained in integrative nutrition, a field that is geared towards restoring and maintaining physical balance holistically.


We firmly believe that in order to achieve long term sobriety, individuals in our care must set themselves on a trajectory towards boundless personal growth. At Immersive Recovery we teach and encourage our clients to utilize life skills in addiction recovery such as time management, goal setting and achievement, resume building, focus on the future and financial sustainability.  By replacing old negative habits with new healthy ones, our goal is to help our clients seamlessly transition from hopelessness to confidence.

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“Since moving in, my life has only gotten better. It is the perfect environment to get connected with other men in recovery and form long-lasting friendships, which seems to be a rarity these days in the recovery community.”