OHR Gives Back to the Community

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OHR Gives Back to the Local Community Through Partnerships 

In line with Ocean Hills Recovery’s commitment to connect with those going through other plights in the county.


Ocean Hills Recovery, Inc. Gives Back To the Community

Dana Point, CA, December 9, 2014 – Ocean Hills Recovery, Inc., in conjunction with St. Timothy’s Food Pantry, helped feed the homeless of Dana Point on Wednesday, November 26, 2014. Both the staff and residents of OHR offered their services to make this a truly rewarding event. Pictures of the event are attached.

The residents of OHR manned the serving line to serve prepared food. From this, they came away with a better understanding of the plight of the less fortunate. Though residents may encounter some very difficult times before, during and after their recovery, this event was a wonderful way to experience gratitude, especially for the opportunity of recovery, before Thanksgiving.

OHR would like to extend a big thank you to everyone who participated in this wonderful event. Special thanks go to Kevin and Peggy for all of their hard work and dedication they put into making this a wonderful event for all who participated and attended.

OHR offers 30, 60, and 90 day residential drug and alcohol treatment programs. We provide a variety of different drug and alcohol rehab programs to ensure a successful, healthy future. Our programs include individual, group and family therapy, along with yoga, gym, home-cooked meals and a staff that really cares including a psychiatrist and licensed psychologists. Ocean Hills Recovery offers affordable but successful drug and alcohol detox and treatment. Treatment is often covered by many common insurance but we also have private financing available. Along with our inpatient facilities, OHR offers transitional living residences in the beautiful city of Dana Point, California.



Ocean Hills Recovery, Inc.

Pics From The Event

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