We believe addiction removes the person from connection to their very essence; It is our mission to heal the wounds that keep you trapped in self sabotaging behaviors. There are many different theories and definitions of addiction. We believe addiction manifests from pain and trauma; it can be treated and healed. We work with each individual on our holistic grounds to uncover and heal the pains of the past, create space for new healthy experiences, meaningful relationships, and build a purposeful life.
Traditional treatment centers often address just the physical symptoms of addiction. We believe in treating the whole person with the right treatment. We nourish the mind, nurture the body and awaken the soul.
Summit Malibu was founded by William Oswald who has over 40 years of experience in mental health and addiction. William has played an instrumental role in creating various hospital recovery programs, since 1988. Among these accomplishments, he was influential with the creation of Cocaine Anonymous, a 12-step fellowship that is still growing today. As a hands-on owner and in recovery himself, William has created a safe and nurturing environment for individuals to find hope and healing.
Effective treatment of addictions and co-occuring disorders is best achieved by tailored programs for the particular illness and the particular client.
Summit Treatment Center in Malibu treats a wide variety of afflictions ranging from alcoholism to drug addiction and their underlying issues.LEARN MORE
Summit Rehab Malibu, located in a private villa in the beautiful coastal mountains of Malibu CA offers a private and secure world-class rehab location.
Our Malibu Rehab Center staff of trained recovery experts encompasses decades of experience in the latest techniques for addiction treatment.LEARN MORE
Summit Malibu is nestled on 1.2 acres in the beautiful Santa Monica Mountain range overlooking the Pacific Ocean.
Since our doors opened in 2007, we have assisted with the healing and transformation of thousands of individuals and families who have struggled with mental health and substance use disorders.