The J House Treatment Facility is conveniently located near the beautiful beaches of Orange County, California. Newport Beach is a main attraction for many who visit Southern California. Known for its surfing and fishing at Newport Pier, there are many other attractions that bring people from all over the world to visit the sunshine state, who would have thought that Rehab Treatment would be one of them?
The California coastline is famous for its sight-seeing and fabulous year-round weather. Located 16 miles south of Santa Ana, the city is close to John Wayne Airport and the beautiful city of Irvine, voted as the 2nd happiest city in the United States in 2018.
Newport Beach has been said to be the most pleasant seaside resort city in California and has been considered by tourists, one of the more upscale communities in Greater Los Angeles. The wide sandy beaches along the Balboa Peninsula in Newport Beach are bordered by an ocean front pedestrian filled promenade with outstanding views along the coast and outward to Catalina Island. It’s no surprise that former NBA basketball legend, Kobe Bryant resides year-round along the Newport Coast as well as movie star Nicholas Cage.
Things to do in Newport Beach include beautiful hiking trails along the coastline located inside Crystal Cove State Park. Crystal Cove encompasses 3.2 miles of Pacific coastline, including canyons and the Historic District of beach houses. Balboa Island is another tourist attraction. It’s harborside community is in Newport Beach and is only accessible to the public by ferry. The community is surrounded by a paved concrete boardwalk open to pedestrian traffic, known as a public walking trail.
With several nationally renowned museums and attractions available including the Lyon Air Museum and the Orange County Museum of Art, Orange County has become quite the tourist hot spot in the present times. Nearby attractions include the resort filled Palm Dessert and Palm Springs, Catalina Island and the Disneyland Park located in Anaheim, California.
Orange County, specifically Anaheim, is known for hosting the world-famous Disneyland Resort, a huge complex of rides, restaurants and shops along with nearby Buena Park, home to Knott’s Berry Farm, a large theme park.
“Surfing is like golf; it keeps knocking you down. But when you stay with it and catch that wave- it’s complete magic.”
– actor Dennis Quaid
For the wave-lover, Orange County is a surfer’s paradise, with world famous surfing beaches such as Huntington Beach and San Clemente Beach. Surf waves roll into nearby beaches of Dana Point- where Salt Creek Beach and Doheny State beach are located just a couple miles to the north, in the southern part of Orange County. Dana Point Harbor, with its marinas and eclectic boutiques is used as a jumping off point for dolphin and whale watching cruises. Again, these cities and beaches are filled with winding trails for hiking and mountain biking with ocean views throughout.
Surrounding cities include Laguna Beach, San Juan Capistrano, Costa Mesa, Santa Ana, Capistrano Beach, Mission Viejo, Laguna Niguel, Irvine and Huntington Beach.
Southern California’s Montage Resort in Laguna Beach is perched on a coastal bluff above the Pacific Ocean. Welcoming guests, spanning over 30 acres, the beachfront property features two outdoor pool decks, a 20,000 square foot spa and 3 signature restaurants offering spectacular views of the California Coast.
The spectacular South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa is just minutes from the treatment center. Orange county is home to a variety of open-air marketplaces- each with its own personality containing a multitude of restaurants, outdoor social spaces and retailers.
Outside shopping venues in Orange County include Crystal Cove Promenade off the Coast Highway in Newport Beach, the Irvine Spectrum Center, a premier outdoor shopping experience and dining with entertainment, and Huntington Beach’s Pacific City- just off the Coast Highway, a premier oceanfront shopping center.
The Anaheim GardenWalk is a 430,000-square-foot outdoor entertainment experience, located in the heart of the Anaheim Resort District, just a short drive or walk down from Angel Stadium and Honda Center. At the GardenWalk, you will find House of Blues, Anaheim, Grasslands Meat Market BBQ & Churrasco, Johnny Rocket’s, Roy’s Restaurant, PF Chang’s, Cheesecake Factory and many other delicious spots.
Premium Outlets include, northern OC’s Citadel Outlets, the Desert Hills Premium Outlets located near Palm Springs, towards San Diego is Outlets at San Clemente and the Outlets at Orange in the city of Orange.
With views of the Newport Beach coastline, Fashion Island is a beautiful outdoor shopping mall, where shoppers enjoy live music, high-end shops and fresh cuisine from popular, trend setting restaurants such as Fig & Olive or True Food Kitchen.
All in all, Orange County’s attractions have lured travelers from all over the world to come experience its entertainment, restaurants, shops and other offerings, making it one of the Nation’s most desired, fun-filled vacation spots to visit.
Indeed, Newport Mesa is an enclave consummate for re-launch: abundant in organic therapeutic value and surrounded by slews of job markets, creative outlets and educational opportunities. Roads going south quickly descend through the famous bluffs of Newport Beach and Laguna Beach and directly onto their vibrant shores. Just north are Costa Mesa and Santa Ana, hubs for performing arts activity and where two of Southern California’s largest shopping malls reside. Within five miles are John Wayne Airport and the University of California, Irvine. The location couldn’t be more perfect for someone seeking low cost addiction treatment in the Newport Beach area.
Most beneficial is the area’s standing as a bedrock for resources to enrich recovery. There are close to 1,300 recovery-related meetings, peer support groups, socials, sports and fitness organizations (including yoga sessions) and event guilds listed weekly up and down the coastal region of Orange County. The stream in large part derives from the wide range of those evolving in their sobriety while working and residing in Newport Mesa due to its regenerative nature.