About Tree House

America's Rehab for Men

Tree House Recovery is about ending addiction for good. Most rehabs don’t work because they only focus on talk therapy, and talking is not enough. Addiction is too complex. We believe that treatment has to be as dynamic as the men we treat. That is why Tree House has built a “True Bio-Psych-Social” program. Our rehab is truly holistic. Because result should last, we have the only rehab in the world that treats the mind, body and social aspects of addiction. Our adaptive approach is different than anything out there. 

Free from addiction, Tree House grads lead lives that they love. Lives that make their friends and families proud. Lives beyond sober. We believe that simply removing drugs is not enough. We equip men with the skills and knowledge they need to live lasting, healthy, fulfilled lives. The empowered man who completes our program has very little in common with the man who arrived on day one.

Ready to get help? call

  (855) 202-2138

• Insurance Accepted
• JCAHO Accredited
• Men Only
• Action-Based & Holistic
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RECIPE FOR HEALTHY LIVING

We focus on rebuilding the brain's hardware. If you blunt feelings with meds, you will not have the emotional availability to engage in treatment.
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Success Rates

We conduct regular surveys to asses the efficacy of our treatment and ensure the success of our graduates. Read our findings.

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OUR ADMISSIONS COUNSELORS ARE AVAILABLE 24/7

THE TREE HOUSE EXPERIENCE

OUR NATIONAL LOCATIONS


SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

Located in Orange County, California, Tree House Recovery takes full advantage of SOCAL's natural beauty. Through ABI Therapy, clients are on the beach three days each week.

PORTLAND, OREGON

Our surroundings play an important and often overlooked role in our wellbeing. With strong community and plenty of culture and natural beauty, Portland is an ideal place to start a healthy new life.

CAREERS AT TREE HOUSE

For all employment inquiries, please contact:
Ruby Todd
rubyt@treehouserecovery.com

Ready for change?

Start your journey today!
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JCAHO Accredited

How to contact The Joint Commission to report concerns about the safety and quality of care of the individual served.
JCAHO  (Report a Patient Safety Concern or Event)