Bold
Recovery

Outpatient
Treatment
Center

Bold Recovery

The Bold Recovery treatment team is expertly trained and experienced in the field of recovery. Clients will be treated with dignity, respect, and understanding.

Our Mission

To promote health and wellness in a compassionate and caring manner. We strive to re-integrate people back into society while developing and maintaining healthy lifestyles. By facilitating growth with a diverse and competent staff comprised of therapists, counselors, admin, and trainees.

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Bold Services

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Day treatment provides optimum care for people desiring substance use treatment or mental or emotional health and wellness care without needing 24 hour residential or hospital care. 

02.

This program consists of a combination of supportive counseling, coping skills, and expressive therapy. This level of care is appropriate for individuals stepping down from residential treatment or day treatment, or for those who are receiving traditional forms of outpatient therapy with little therapeutic relief. 

03.

This program consists of a combination of supportive counseling, coping skills, and expressive therapy. This level of care is appropriate for individuals stepping down from day IOP.  While OP meets less frequently than IOP, clients maintain at least one counseling session and one group session each week.

04.

Our consultants are skilled and certified professionals who provide exceptional, behavior-driven training and development experiences for teams, departments, organizations, and individuals. 

Expertise include Responding to Overdose, Anger Management, Conflict Resolution, Team Building, and more.

 

About the Founders

 
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Alan Johnson

M.A., LMFT, LAADC, CADCII

Alan Johnson earned his graduate degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University and is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist as well as a Licensed Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor. He has received numerous awards for his service in the addiction field, including the George C. Cobb award, Hall of Fame Award, and the Dean of Fellow given by the California Certification Board of Alcohol and Drug Counselors.

Alan Johnson has served as the President of the California Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors (CAADAC), helping develop and refine the certification and educational components of the organization to ensure the highest quality of counselors performing substance use disorder treatment.

 

Alan has decades of experience collaborating with agencies within the criminal justice system and managing a state contract to provide aftercare services to returning citizens. He continues to be a strong advocate for substance abuse counselors, and works diligently with legislators on the local, state and national levels to promote high standards and appropriate representation for the profession.

Yvonne Vollaire

B.S., CCAPP, LAADC-CA

Yvonne Vollaire is a licensed drug and alcohol counselor with a BS in Psychology. She has been active in the drug and alcohol treatment industry for over twenty years with intensive involvement in civic, private, and non-profit organizations. Yvonne, has been serving justice involved individuals and specializing in gender-responsive services for incarcerated women, and has managed numerous programs in custody and community-based organizations.

Yvonne has spearheaded the Sheriff's  Community Alliance, composed of community and faith-based organizations with existing funding sources dedicated to providing a seamless continuum of care for our retuning citizens being released.  Services included transportation from the jail directly into community services such as residential substance abuse services, employment, mental health services, tattoo removal, transitional housing and access to social services, mother-infant residential programs, veteran-specific services, parolee substance abuse services, and specialized employment training. Her most recent assignment was contracted with the Los Angeles Sheriff's department (LASD) serving as the Director of the Gender Responsive Rehabilitation Program at the Lynwood County Jail, overseeing a 130-bed, custody-based program for women designed to address trauma, abuse, poverty, and other pathways into addiction and related criminal behavior. Yvonne has invested in creating a safe space for women wanted to exit the sex work industry, she sits on the advisor board for both East Los Angeles Colleges, the Addiction Studies Program, and the 3rd step ministry (focused on women in recovery) Currently: She is on the board of director for the California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals (CCAPP). 

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