Be Well Orange Campus

Be Well Orange Campus

265 S. Anita Drive, Orange, CA 92868

Campus Main Line: 949-749-2500
For Alternative Referrals: Contact OC Links (855-OC-LINKS [855-625-4657]) or 211.

Be Well Orange Campus Services

The Be Well Orange Campus provides best-in-class mental health and substance use treatment services to Orange County residents who are referred for care.

Crisis Stabilization Services

Crisis Stabilization Services

The Crisis Stabilization Units at the Be Well Orange Campus are welcoming environments where individuals in crisis can be assessed and stabilized. Our interdisciplinary team is prepared to offer crisis intervention, medication evaluation and management,, psychiatric evaluation, as well as referral and linkage to the next appropriate level of care, and community support services.

Sobering/Recovery Station

Sobering/Recovery Station

The first and only sobering and recovery station in Orange County, this short-stay, voluntary program provides screening, recovery planning, comfort services, and linkage to ongoing care for individuals with substance use needs, as well as mental health services if needed. Services are strength-based and person-centered and aim to promote recovery in a welcoming setting.

Residential Substance Use Treatment Services

Residential Substance Use Treatment Services

The residential program is for Orange County residents 18 years and older. Our team supports clients in this program with personalized treatment plans that identify barriers and challenges, set priorities, establish goals, collaboratively create plans of action, and ensure a warm connection to the next level of care or treatment when the time is right.

Withdrawal Management Services

Withdrawal Management Services

The withdrawal management program provides detoxification services in a residential, non-medical setting (social model detoxification) delivered by appropriately trained staff who provide safe, 24-hour monitoring, observation, and support in a supervised environment so residents can achieve initial recovery from the effects of alcohol or another substance.

Crisis Residential Services

Crisis Residential Services

The Crisis Residential Program focuses on reducing distress and stabilizing the individual following an acute psychiatric episode or crisis. The program also works to connect people with needed resources that will help them remain as independent as possible in the community and develop an actionable recovery plan. Stays in the program are generally 30 days or fewer.

Co-Occuring Residential Services for Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder

Co-Occuring Residential Services for Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder

The short-term residential program works to stabilize the psychological, physical, and social aspects of addiction while preparing residents for treatment on an outpatient basis.

Be Well Orange Campus Services

The Be Well Orange Campus provides best-in-class mental health and substance use treatment services to Orange County residents who are referred for care.

Crisis Stabilization Services

(16 Adults and 8 Adolescents)

Sobering / Recovery Station

(12 Adults)

Residential Substance Use Treatment Services

(15 Adults)

Withdrawal Management Services

(12 Adults)

Crisis Residential Services

(15 Adults)

Co-Occurring Residential Services for Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder

(15 Adults)

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FAQs

To ensure safety and quality of care, clients will be admitted by referral only. Walk-Ins will not be permitted at this time. To obtain a referral for care at the Be Well Orange Campus, please call the following numbers:

Campus Main Line: 949-749-2500
For Alternative Referrals: Contact OC Links (855-OC-LINKS [855-625-4657]) or 211.

The two providers at the Orange Campus, Telecare and Exodus Recovery, will post job opportunities as available. Please visit their websites to search for employment opportunities.

In addition to a specialized ventilation system, the Be Well OC campus was configured with social distancing precautions in mind. Anyone entering the Campus is required to wear a face mask and check in at the reception desk to receive a COVID-19 screening.