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Insurance Accepted

We make treatment convenient and affordable!

NEW Online treatment options expanded due to COVID 19

Alternative to 12 Step

Certified by the State of California
and accredited by the prestigious

Joint Commission on Behavioral Health

“I just want to thank all of you at the Kiloby Center
from the bottom of my heart… the things I learned have
helped me forgive not only others that harmed me, but
also myself. I owe the Center my life.”

P. B.

Our Founder

“I saw the need for a mindfulness approach to substance abuse treatment and The Kiloby Center for Recovery was the first in the U.S. to focus on this cutting-edge approach.”

Scott Kiloby


Quick Info

How We Are Different

The Center welcomes those suffering from addiction, but also anyone who wants to explore Scott’s work more deeply on any issues including but not limited to anxiety, depression, OCD, PTSD, or even endless spiritual seeking. The length of your participation at the Center depends upon your own individual needs. You can participate for a few days, a week, two weeks, a month, or more.  Some clients with drug, alcohol, or other more severe issues may be required to stay 30 to 90 days or more.

About Scott Kiloby

Scott Kiloby is a noted author, sought-after speaker, and passionate expert on the subject of mindfulness and authentic spiritual awakening as it is taught in the East. He is the author of seven books on the subject and has traveled the world extensively giving lectures, workshops, and intensives. He is the co-developer of a new model of addiction recovery that is based on mindfulness/inquiry and unconditional love. This new model discards the shame, stigma, judgment, and punishment that has been a part of addiction treatment for 50 years. 

Kiloby Video Collection

Addiction: Evolving Our Perspective Video Series

Click Playlist links below to watch the videos in our exclusive free web series on YouTube.

Holding Back The Dam

Understanding the Living Inquiries Before You Inquire




Certified by the California Department of Health Care Services

Accredited by the Joint Commission on Behavioral Health

Founding member of the ICOTP – an organization devoted to fighting fraud and abuse, raising ethical standards, and ensuring independent review of outcome measurements and business practices of providers in the addiction treatment field.

Founding Member of ATAC – Addiction Treatment Advocacy Coalition – an organization devoted to consumer protection for patients and legal advocacy on behalf of patients and providers.

The Gold Seal of Approval®

The Kiloby Center is honored to be recognized for our commitment to providing safe and effective care.

Radical Recovery Summit

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What Our Clients Are Saying

“The principles and wisdom on which the Center rests are like bedrock – solid. The tools for {mindfulness} are razor-sharp and profound, and by far the most effective I’ve come across after twenty years of seeking.”


“I really want to thank you for bringing this work to the world. For me, it was a breakthrough for the first time. I tried a lot of things but this cuts through on its own.”

Jeannette K

“Scott didn’t supply me with a one-time experience. He supplied me with a tool that can be instantly used as soon as compulsion shows up. This might be the closest thing to a magic pill.”


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