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Addiction Recovery Programs

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Find Solid Footing in Recovery

Are you tired of feeling alone? Powerless? Tired of the lies and the shame? Now is the time to get help for your addiction.

At Forward Recovery, we treat adults of all ages with a full continuum of care, giving us the ability to begin your treatment wherever you are—whether you’re still using, have attended treatment before and are ready to try again or simply need outpatient support.

We can help you heal from opioid addiction, alcohol abuse or from any other substance that’s causing problems in your life. Along the way, we'll help you develop and improve life skills so you can live a fulfilled life in recovery.

Joint Commission Accreditation

Forward Recovery is proud to be accredited by The Joint Commission. This national seal of approval represents our commitment to the highest quality of care and our dedication to our clients’ well-being in all things. Our therapies, facilities and outcomes meet the highest quality standards established by experts in the behavioral healthcare field, and we maintain these standards through ongoing evaluations.

Forward Recovery’s Continuum of Care

  • Detox
  • Residential Treatment
  • Outpatient Treatment
  • Aftercare

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Insurance Accepted

At Forward Recovery, we accept most major insurance policies. Learn more.

Insurance Accepted

At Forward Recovery, we accept most major insurance policies. Learn more.

Our Facilities

Forward Recovery is tucked away in an upscale neighborhood on the west side of Los Angeles. We’re close to hip hangouts while offering you a peaceful getaway to focus on your recovery.

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Real People, Real Expertise

Our well-rounded team of clinicians and support staff brings decades of combined experience to the table. Addiction rehab is what we do, and we do it well. We’re here to help you heal.

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Helping You to Heal

We don’t use outdated treatment methods or tolerate shaming. Addiction is a medical disorder, not a personal shortcoming. Healing usually requires help, and that’s where we come in.

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