621 East Campbell Ave #16, Campbell, California, 95008
Founded by a Silicon Valley entrepreneur, Lionrock Recovery is an online rehab program that provides substance abuse and addiction treatment in both outpatient and intensive outpatient treatment formats for those struggling with alcoholism and drug addiction. The unique program removes the roadblocks for those too embarrassed or ashamed to ask for help. By offering treatment options that addicts can access from the privacy of their own homes, Lionrock seeks to change the dynamic of how recovery programs are viewed, and ultimately help more people break free from addiction.
- Accountability by Smartphone App
- Group, Individual, Education, and Family sessions
- Individualized Treatment Plans
Out PatientOutpatient treatment describes all addiction treatment that is not residential. Patients live at home while undergoing rehab.
Individualized TreatmentSome facilities have an addiction treatment protocol that all patients or clients are expected to follow, while others customize or individualize treatment based on a person’s unique needs and circumstances. Factors that may affect treatment decisions include age, lifestyle, medical conditions, type of drug, religious beliefs, etc.
- Average Location/Amenities
Meet the Staff
- land F. Williams, MA, LAADC, ICADC, NCACII, ACRPS, SAPChairman, Lionrock Recovery Advisory Board, and Clinical Directorland is an interventionist, author, trainer, counselor and consultant specializing in addiction-related issues. He is a co-founder and Strategic Advisor of Alta Mira Recovery Programs, located in Sausalito, California, as well as a co-founder and former Clinical Director of Bayside Marin, a recovery center located in San Rafael, California which was later acquired by CRC Health Group. Roland is currently an Associate Professor at California State University, East Bay, where he teaches courses in addiction treatment.
- Carol Colleran, CAP, ICADCSenior Director, Lionrock Recovery Advisory Boardrol Colleran pioneered the development of addiction treatment for older adults, including innovative programs for the aging “Baby Boomer” generation. As clinical director in 1998, she led the development and management of the Center for Older Adult Recovery at Hanley Center, and a decade later, developed new programs for Boomer-specific treatment. She later served Hanley as Executive Vice President of National Affairs and Public Policy. Carol is the co-author, with Debra Jay, of the definitive guidebook in the field, Aging and Addiction: Helping Older Adults Overcome Alcohol and Medication Dependence, and is frequently invited to present and consult at universities, professional conferences, and government agencies.