Welcome to Exodus Recovery
Total health care incorporating the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of each client.

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Exodus Recovery Inc


Happy Holidays from the Exodus Executive Team

Lezlie Kathy Luana and LeeAnn. 

 

 Exodus
Mission Statement

The Exodus Recovery mission is to bring the tools for the best possible quality of life to our clients. Our concept of total health care incorporates the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of each client. Our program strives to create an environment which promotes the dignity of all participating and to develop services maximizing clients’ self-determination.

Since 1989 Exodus Recovery, Inc. (Exodus) has been providing quality psychiatric and chemical dependency treatment services to Southern California communities. Beginning with the management of hospital based inpatient and outpatient programs, Exodus eventually expanded into the operation of mental health intensive outpatient clinics as a contractor with both the Los Angeles and San Diego County Departments of Mental Health. In the last twenty years, Exodus has developed and established several hospital based inpatient and outpatient programs, a psychiatric and internal medicine provider group, and a behavioral health managed care company. For the LA County Department of Mental Health, Exodus has developed and implemented an Integrated Service Agency Program (PARTNERS), an Adult Targeted Case Management Service Program, a Sidekicks Co-Occurring Disorders Program, an AB2034 Program, and an Alcohol and Drug Medi-Cal Contracted Program. Also, through LAC DMH and the California Mental Health Services Act expansion and transformation, Exodus has developed and implemented additional Full Service Partnership Programs, Wellness Center Programs, Field Capable Clinical Services Programs and Psychiatric Urgent Care Centers. In San Diego County Exodus has established and operates two Mental Health Walk-In Assessment Centers and a Full Service Partnership Program.

 

Non-Discrimination Policy:

 

As per California Code of Regulations, Title 22, Division 5, Chapter 1, Article 7, Section 70707 and the American Hospital Association, all clients shall have rights without regard to sex, race, ethnicity, age, disability, sexual preference, ability to pay, religion, education or the source of payment.

 
 
 
 
 
 
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