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Director of Admissions, Robert Lien, joined other local health, wellness, nutrition, and fitness related providers at the Beverly Hills Unified School District Employee Health Fair. For the team at CAST Centers supporting Beverly Hills educators and faculty is an important part to lift up the entire community.

CAST Centers offers a one-of-a-kind Los Angeles rehab program that offers both individualized and group-based services designed to assist clients through every step of the healing process.

Whether someone is struggling with substance addiction, a mental health disorder, or a combination of both, our dedicated and compassionate staff members are here to support them on their paths to recovery.

Our rehab programs in Los Angeles focus on easing the recovery process for our clients.

We base our unique approach to treatment on the CAST Alignment Model (CAM), which is made up of objective-based modules and programs designed to lead our clients into wellness and purposeful living.

This model, in addition to our other unique offerings, like our coaching services, as well as our one-of-a-kind Luna telehealth Evening IOP, makes CAST Centers a valuable partner in their recovery journey.

CAST Centers supporting Beverly Hills educators and faculty

At our treatment center, we provide everyone with all the proper tools and support they need to take back control of their life. We provide these things regardless of the circumstances of one’s addictions or mental health struggles.

 

Community

  • Grief Yoga with Paul Denniston
  • Ellen Reiss-Goldfarb RDN/CEDRD
  • On 94.7 The Wave with Mike Bayer
  • CAST Centers CEO Mike Bayer on KTLA
  • Sound Meditation with Jackson Englund

CAST Centers is in network with Anthem Blue Cross, MHN Health Net and accepts most PPO insurances like Cigna, Aetna and UnitedHealthcare.

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Ask how CAST Centers can help with mental health and substance abuse.

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