Minor adjustments, big change…
Located in Southern California, famed for its sunny weather along with the exceptional natural beauty, Adjustments Family Services provides the best high-quality drug and alcohol outpatient rehab facility. Our goal is to help our patients continue their commitment to recovery while receiving the necessary treatment to live a productive life, free from drug and alcohol dependence. We believe in treating the whole individual: mind, body, and spirit. We offer outpatient treatment programs for those who need structure and a program that is designed to address each patient as an individual.
We help our patients to reach and maintain recovery by teaching them how to live a meaningful life free of drugs and alcohol. We encourage them to understand their addiction and how to deal with living life in sobriety.
Our compassionate counseling staff works with individuals to target and work through the root causes of addiction, not just the symptoms. We encourage family members and spouses to be involved in the recovery process too. Our goal is to help individuals and their loved ones to build a recovery foundation to last a lifetime.
There’s a good reason addiction is known as a “family disease”–it affects everyone who is close to the person with the substance abuse problem. If you’re beginning therapy for substance abuse
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Going to treatment at Adjustments was one of the best programs I’ve participated in, they helped me get my life back. They have amazing staff and overall good-natured people. They focus on all aspects of counseling, case management, meetings, different types of therapy, including trauma, one on one counseling. This is coming from someone who has been traumatized and neglected. They helped me get to the root of the problem. Which most times can feel very uncomfortable but they provide groups that you participate in and communicate with other addicts and hear their life stories. They really are an organization of team working to help heal the conflicted minds of us addicts that we faced every day. I would highly recommend this treatment program to anyone suffering from substance abuse or mental health.
Adjustments Family Services changed my life!! Great food, great staff, wonderful place! Awesome to get to know the amazing clients and see that I was not alone in my recovery. I made friends for life in the short time I got to spend there. Not a better facility anywhere in my opinion!! The team of employees, from the Technicians all the way up to the Owner, all have a patient-first mentality.
Where do I even begin? I first want to thank everyone at AFS they truly go above and beyond for their clients. I’ve gone to several detox and outpatient programs and this is the first one I felt loved and appreciated. The program has helped me in so many ways. Gave me tools to live life on life’s terms. I wouldn’t be where I am today without this program.
Mr. Stoiloff has been with the adjustment Family Services company since February of 2019. He is passionate about seeing people become free from the bondage of addiction and experience an abundance of life. “It is an honor to be a part of this amazing calling and see people experience a life that is happy, joyous, and free from addiction, it doesn’t get any better than that.” Mr. Stoiloff’s goal in working at adjustments family services is to assist clients in peeling off the layers of hopelessness, fear, and inadequacy in order to start rebuilding a foundation of recovery that is based on hope, courage, and perseverance.
Ms. Sanchez joined the treatment community to overcome substance use disorders in 2016 working as a sober support staff. Four years in, she continues her dedication to people in active addiction. Early on she quickly acquired a shift lead / sober coach position. Recently Ms. Sanchez was promoted to case manager where her duties include attending to client’s immediate needs, intakes, disability, medical and therapy appointments, and providing emotional support. She has her RADT credential and is currently in school for addiction studies obtaining her CADC-I certification. Her belief is to be able to give back what was freely given to her – hope, faith, sobriety, and courage. Knowing that recovery is possible, she wants to show individuals that are suffering that they truly matter and have a purpose.
Ms. Olvera is a native of Southern California and has been working in the alcohol and drug treatment field for the last three years in a variety of capacities. She is a graduate of the Addiction Disorders Studies program at Pierce College and is currently pursuing her CADC-l . Ms. Olvera is able to approach each individual from a place of compassion, professionalism, fluidity and objectivity. She has a passion for helping others as a result of direct impact from drug addiction Abuse. Ms. Olvera is passionate about helping others to achieve freedom from substance use.
Mr. Longoria brings over seven years of experience within the field of drug and alcohol treatment which include operating as a client advocate, counselor, clinical director, and conducting utilization and review. He obtained his drug and alcohol counseling certification, CADC-II and Chemical Dependency Specialist (CDS), and Associate of Arts degree in Addiction Studies from Pierce College in 2014. Mr. Longoria’s passion to see people freed from their addiction is evident by his approaches that focus on client empowerment and using their own unique talents and abilities. “Those suffering from addiction often feel hopeless and without direction, once learning that they have the inherent ability to change and have a hope for their future, those individuals can begin to tap in and live within their God-given abilities and fulfill their unique destiny.” His primary goal for Adjustments Family Services is to provide an environment that challenges each client to pursue a life of meaning and of purpose, that is only obtainable by remaining sober and living a lifestyle of recovery.
Mr. Wintringham joined the Adjustments Family Services in 2019. Active in AA, Mr. Wintringham is the Lead Counselor at AFS and shares administrative duties alongside his caseload of beloved clients. Working directly with people’s behaviors is a passion for him. Additionally, he employs compassionate coaching; asking the question, “what’s next?” Specializing in the family systems that influence his client’s journeys to treatment. He hopes to pass on the gift of lifelong recovery.
After going through treatment, back in 1990, Mr. Herrera found a great passion in helping people. In 2019, he was invited to join the AFS team. As a Certified Counselor (CATC-1) with 29 years of experience, he excels at managing complex and challenging caseloads.
Ms. Brown came to AFS in 2019 as a counselor. She chose this field because she is passionate about helping people recover from addition as it is a serious issue that has such a negative stigma attached to it. She believes that the most important thing is the therapeutic relationship and has a gentle approach with clients in order to make them feel safe and heard and to allow them to develop trust with another person, allowing them to grow and believe in themselves.
Ms. Jain went to graduate school to obtain her M.A. in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Her devotion for helping people in addiction arose when she began working as a counselor with youth at an intensive outpatient program. She is driven to learn more and help individuals face challenges when they cannot help themselves. Her goal is to be able to combine her education in psychology with her experience in addiction and guide those that are still struggling through theoretical orientations such as CBT and client-centered therapy.
Ms. Garcia started working at AFS over two years ago in 2018 as a support staff and case manager while rising to a counseling position. She is registered through CCAPP and continues to demonstrate her commitment to the facility through her continued education within the field of addiction studies. She has firsthand experience with substance abuse addiction and has been involved in the 12-step community for years. “I have a passion to help those that are struggling with addiction to learn new coping skills, change risky behaviors, rebuild relationships, increase self-worth and self-esteem, and return to society as healthy functioning individuals.
Mr. Marshall joined the AFS family in early 2020 and has been working with clients as a counselor. He began working in treatment in 2012 and has been dedicated to helping clients reach their full potential on an individualistic basis. John feels that those who are struggling are the ones’ who are most beneficial to succeed in life and recovery. “Seeing the miracle happen right before your eyes makes the whole world light up