A Safe Ibogaine Treatment by the Sea in a comfy Bed and Breakfast paradise.


**Call to get help today – 1-619-468-4301**

A new you…

If you’re ready to get out of the cycle of drugs or be free from trauma we’re here to help.  Our focus is helping you get a new start.  In a stunning natural environment, you’ll experience a medically supervised, deep physical and mental reset.  After your time with us, you’ll be the person you’ve always known you can be…

A unique approach.

We spent years traveling to Peru and other South American countries studying various forms of indigenous medicine before learning about Iboga/Ibogaine.  While on our travels, we began to learn about Kambo, a rain forest medicine used by the Matses indians.

There’s a lot to it, but the use of Kambo is one of the greatest detoxes available on the planet.  And it’s a perfect treatment in conjunction with Ibogaine to create the safest, most long-lasting drug detox available today. After studying Kambo extensively, we have now introduced it in to our treatment protocol with Iboga.  Due to these reasons, working with Kambo creates a safer, gentler experience for you.  And that is our highest priority.

Whether you’re curious about iboga treatment to stop addiction, or working with plant medicines to heal other traumas, we can help.

We may also use additional plant medicines during your treatment, like Ayahuasca but those are on a case by case basis and all voluntary. We would love to talk with you more about it.  Give us a call, or email us to find out more. In addition to reading here on our site, please take a look at what our previous guests have to say on our Testimonial Page.

The miracle of Iboga treatment.

As you probably know, Ibogaine is a plant medicine naturally derived from Iboga. Iboga is native to the country of Gabon in Central West Africa and is traditionally used by the Bwiti people. Bwiti is a religion from the jungle region of Gabon, which uses Iboga in rites of passage ceremonies as well as for healing. This medicine has been traditionally in use for over a thousand years and is said to be the most powerful plant medicine there is.


Ibogaine and Iboga treatment

The mysical African plants are known to have amazing properties which alter the mind, body and soul.  Experienced ibogaine initiates have been using this medicine to end all forms of drug addictions for decades. In addition to a symptom free cleanse from all drugs, one can be freed from physical ailments, psychological problems, lower-self mindsets, depression, diabetes, cancer and self deprecating behaviors.


When you experience an Ibogaine treatment, you’ll never be the same. We create a retreat environment for you to recharge in. We believe that the relaxed, comfortable bed and breakfast style that we have at The Sunrise Center is beneficial to your fresh start. We at the Sunrise Center have experienced these benefits ourselves, Ibogaine has changed our lives. We invite you to come sit with us, to gather in this ancient tradition.

This plant will give you clarity and a chance to begin again. It will help you find and wield the strength and passion to find your dreams and to live them. This powerful plant will take you deep into self healing, discovery and most importantly – help you end your problems with any form of addiction or trauma.

The humble honor of witnessing change…

We are honored to be able to share these incredible plants with the world.  We’re humbled by the experience of watching people leave their traumas, addictions, fears, negative thoughts, and damaging patterns behind, soaring in to new life of hope, dreams, connection, family and love.  And this is what we see, over and over.  We would love to help you find what you’re looking for.  If you’ve heard about iboga treatment, and think it may be right for you, please call us.

Most of all, what we’re trying to say is we’re here for you.

Are you ready to learn more?

**If you’re ready, Call to get help today – 619-468-4301**



85 Comments on Home

  • Shannon says:
    October 2, 2016 at 8:24 am

    What about follow up or integration? Is that something that is offered? I’m worried about a 5 day stay then coming home to all the old triggers, “friends” etc.


    • Haley says:
      October 5, 2016 at 1:16 pm

      That’s a really important concern, Shannon. Thank you for bringing this up. We recommend taking your re-integration home as or more seriously than the ibogaine it’s self. It’s a key factor to your success.

      Here’s a few blog articles that I’ve written on the topic, which will give you some ideas.



      Also, we have a recovery coach that you can work with before and after your retreat with ibogaine. Spending some time discussing your specific needs, triggers and overall situation at home will help you to clarify how to arrive back home successfully.


  • Pedro says:
    June 30, 2016 at 7:53 pm

    Hailey, I just wanted to leave a comment about my experience. It was the best decision I made to come down. At first I was nervous and didn’t know what to expect. Isaac explained the process and made me feel at ease. Everyone I dealt with was amazing, Enrique, the Dr.! I feel so much better mentally and I would recommend this to anyone that is possible going through depression. They were correct when saying its like hitting a reset button in your brain. Thanks so much for everything! :)


    • Haley says:
      August 24, 2016 at 12:42 pm

      Thank you for this report of your experience. What a great thing to hear! I’m so happy you had such a impactful time with the team and with Ibogaine. Be well amigo :)


  • David says:
    June 27, 2016 at 4:29 am

    Contact me please.


  • Cindy says:
    June 26, 2016 at 12:17 pm

    My son is on a high dose of Methadonne. Would ibogaine treatment be an option to detox completely off Methadonne

    Thanks and I will call for pricing structure if this is an option


  • Renee says:
    June 19, 2016 at 12:48 pm

    Just wondering what the cost is. I’m interested in helping my son who is addicted to opioids; particularly heroin.


  • Nona McDowell says:
    May 18, 2016 at 12:45 am

    Do you have treatment sessions for people like me that just want to experience iboga and other endogenous plants/ substances for psycho social reasons? To aid my evolutionary journey?


    • Haley says:
      May 20, 2016 at 3:53 pm

      Hi Nona,

      We do offer retreats for spiritual evolution. I know you’ll get a lot out of the process. Give me a call and we can talk about details.


      Be well,



  • Caroline says:
    May 1, 2016 at 1:29 pm

    Suboxone has been used in the U.S. for treating opioid addiction. I developed an addiction after major back surgery, (spinal fusion, 2009) and it seemed like a good idea at the time…no painful narcotic withdrawal, getting on with my life, etc. I have been alcohol free since 2014- and I have genuinely given life in this lane my best shot.

    Problem is, however, that I suffer from PROFOUND anhedonia. I just do not experience joy, passion, excitement- or any desire to connect with anyone. It really is so depressing. I found Ibogaine Therapy information today for the 1st time in my life- …and it has given me hope for the first time in years. In the US, 12 step programs push abstinence at any cost- so many of us are walking around like zombies…sure we are sober but there is something missing. Some piece of us missing and I am not referring to the part of us that wants to be loaded and shit faced. We are missing that part of us that cares, that connects, that feels…I want to get off Suboxone. Could Ibogaine help me recover?


    • Mark says:
      May 3, 2016 at 8:36 pm

      Hi Caroline,

      We would love to talk with you about how Ibogaine can help. It’s not only useful for working through an opioid addiction, but can also really help you work through your depression. We’ve seen this again and again. It’s quite miraculous. Please give a call as soon as you can and let’s see how we can help. Talk with you soon.



  • Stacey Silver says:
    April 27, 2016 at 6:14 pm

    I am writing on behalf of my ex-boyfriend Matthew Duke Ray. He goes by Duke. Named after his grandfather. At any rate, I asked him what he suffers from. He said alcohol and severe depression.

    How much does the center cost? He has no money right now.



    • Mark says:
      May 3, 2016 at 8:38 pm

      Hey Stacey, please give me a call when you can so we can talk about helping your ex with his recovery. We have some different programs available, and can discuss the specific needs he has.

      Talk with you soon.


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