Medicine Assisted Therapy

for Drug & Alcohol Dependence

Path to Freedom

Path to Freedom is 90-day medicine assisted therapy program that we offer. 

Our goal is to get the patient off Opiates, on Suboxone, then tapered off Suboxone all within a 90-day period. 


For the initial visit, the patient is expected to be in the office under observation for 3-4 hours. This is also known as the induction process where the doctor determines the dose of Suboxone the patient will be taking on a daily basis. After the initial visit, patients are required to return weekly in follow up and monitoring. 

Prior to induction, the patient is required to be in complete withdrawal, meaning no use of opiates for a minimum of 24 hours or more. Please note, if opiates were used within that 24 hour range the appointment will be rescheduled for another day.


No health insurance? No worries!

We offer the 90-day program for a non-refundable fee of $700.00/month. That covers the induction, weekly follow up office visits and the written prescriptions ONLY. The medication is paid separately to the pharmacy of your choice. Checks are NOT accepted. Cash or Credit only. Please call if you have any other questions.

The Ranch Recovery Centers is a full-service residential drug and alcohol treatment program based on the 12-step method and incorporates individual and group counseling and education on life skills, healthy living and the physiology of addiction. With a view of addiction as a family disease, clients’ family members (age 14 and older) are encouraged to attend meetings and participate in the recovery program. We offer treatment for men and women over the age of 18 in a safe, nurturing environment.

We recognize that women and men have different needs during recovery, and have separate facilities to accommodate them. The Ranch Recovery Centers is comprised of The Ranch for men and The Hacienda Valdez for women.

Soroptimist House of Hope (SHOH) is a nonprofit organization founded in 1981 to provide recovery programs to women with substance abuse disorders. These women were in need of housing and support to establish clean and sober lifestyles, re-establish their lives, and become productive members of society. We provide residential substance abuse recovery programs for women at our Desert Hot Springs, California Recovery Facility and our Banning, California Recovery Residence. Since 1981, SHOH has helped thousands of women through a comprehensive and effective social model program offering housing, companionship and guidance, therapeutic activities, and a structured daily routine that enables them to establish and maintain sober and healthy lives.

Ken Seeley Communities believes in the achievable goal of life long sobriety. Addiction is a chronic, progressive and fatal disease…and even with a one-year treatment program, relapse, jail and even untimely death are still possible. So we’ve created a protocol for long-term sobriety that imposes greater accountability on the individual, the family, and other treatment professionals. By shifting the focus from 30 days to long-term, we provide goals that reach into the future and create a continuing care plan.

From the beginning of the check-in process, we assess the need of the individual with a clear focus on accountability. Learning how to cope with the desire to relapse and getting to the root of the problem is where true recovery begins and is what our sober hotels are most successful at. Individuals that have a 5-year continuum of care have an 80-95% success rate. Individuals that do not have a 5-year plan have a much lower chance of staying sober after the first year.

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