The best way to know whether Beacon House is the right option for you is to call our rehab admissions counselors any time, day or night.

Beacon House welcomes men and women, ages 18 and over, for treatment of alcoholism, pharmaceutical, and illicit drug abuse and addictions. Our counselors will listen to you and understand the challenges you are facing. With that understanding, our team will offer an assessment of the level of care that is best for you. Whether you select Beacon House or decide to enroll elsewhere, we will present the best option in our judgment for every inquiry we receive. In fact, we call this an “Integrity of Choice” policy.

If you explore your options and think Beacon House is the right fit for you, our rehab admissions team will help to orient you to our treatment center. This includes staff introductions, completing paperwork, and finalizing financial arrangements.

First Step to Recovery Through Rehab Admissions

We believe that all individuals can achieve lasting recovery with a treatment plan that addresses their specific needs – coupled with a permanent, active recovery regimen that recognizes the risk of relapse. Deciding which treatment program is best for you may be one of the most important decisions made regarding future recovery.

We focus on utilizing the least restrictive level of care possible based on medical necessity. Options include detox, residential and outpatient. We also evaluate every client for the use of anti-craving medications.

After rehab admissions, each client meets with a Medical Consultant for a full history and physical examination. Clients also meet with our Clinical Psychologist for a full psychological evaluation. We believe in treating the whole person, not just the symptoms of addiction. Identifying and treating the addiction is critical to a successful recovery.

For more on what happens after rehab admissions, please read about the structure of Substance Abuse Treatment Programs at Beacon House.

We understand that you are making a courageous decision by seeking treatment, and we are here to help you start successfully on the path to recovery. Therefore, take the first step toward a better quality of life.

Beacon House Rehab Admissions Downloadable Information

Complete information kit (Printer-friendly PDF)
Tri-fold brochure (Printer-friendly PDF)
What Effect Has Alcohol and Other Drugs Had On Your Life? (Printer-friendly PDF)

Accreditation & Licensure

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National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers

Licensure by the State of California and accredited by the California Association of Rehabilitation Facilities

Historical Property

The State of California designates Beacon House as a historical property and, therefore, Beacon House is exempt from adhering to the alterations noted in the American Disabilities Act 4.1.7.
4.1.7 Accessible Buildings: Historic Preservation


In accordance with Title 9, Chapter 4, Section 10544(c), of the California Code of Regulations, any individual may request an inspection of an alcohol or drug abuse recovery or treatment facility. Complaints should be directed to:

Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs
Licensing & Certification Branch
1700 K Street
Sacramento, CA 95814-4037
Attention: Complaint Coordinator
TEL: (916) 322-2911
FAX: (916) 323-0659
TDD: (916) 445-1942

Value of Addiction Treatment Programs

After over a half century, it has been our experience that the benefits of our program far outweigh the costs, both in terms of savings and creating a more fulfilling and healthier life. As a non-profit organization, the addiction treatment programs at Beacon House integrate evidenced-based practices and the latest research while continuing our dedication to offering the highest quality treatment available anywhere in the United States at affordable prices. However, each client’s out-of-pocket costs vary based on individual insurance plans and the advisable length of stay. The financial costs associated with addiction can escalate to hundreds of thousands of dollars over time and for some, the collateral damage while under the influence may reach into the millions. Even more important than saving dollars and cents is forming the foundation to achieve a lifetime of recovery.