Casa is licensed/certified by the State of California and a Joint Commission accredited behavioral health treatment center for women seeking treatment for substance use disorders. Because our facility is neither a hospital nor nursing facility all participants must be well enough to participate in required activities. Screening is done during the admissions process to determine level of care requirements.
Casa recovery concept emphasizes a three-pronged approach to treatment based on mental, physical and spiritual recovery. Casa’s loving but highly structured residential treatment program includes a variety of activities designed to enrich the spirit, mind and body, while providing a supportive environment in which the healing and growth process can begin.
Casa requires new participants to arrive with a minimum of 24 hours of sobriety from alcohol and/or other mind-altering substances. Based off of assessment, some may require a referral to a medical detoxification before entry into out residential or outpatient programs. Look here
to see a list of things to bring to treatment.
The family plays a critical role in the recovery process. We encourage reunification among families that have been broken apart by alcohol and drug addiction through weekly family group sessions, where we provide education about the disease of addiction and offer suggested road maps for family members to utilize as they and the recovering family member begin to heal together.
- The individual’s primary issue must be substance abuse
- A minimum of 24 hours without any mind altering substances
- Willingness and ability to participate in all aspects of the Casa program
- Only voluntary admissions are accepted
The Residential Treatment Program is a voluntary 30- 60- and 90-day intensive program with continuum of care options for 6 months and one-year transitional treatment through our sober living program. Casa does not discriminate and will not deny services on the basis of race, creed, color, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability. Participants are 18 years of age or older or emancipated minors.
Residential Treatment Services
Casa has been granted full accreditation by The Joint Commission (JCAHO)
- Initial treatment planning to identify high-risk situations and behaviors with re-evaluation every 28 days to alter or intensify treatment plan where appropriate
- Awareness classes on aspects of alcoholism and drug addiction; anger management and parenting classes; relapse prevention and domestic violence education.
- Physical activities including yoga, walking, meditation, volleyball and other activities
- HIV/AIDS testing, education and program referrals
- Mental health assessment and individual counseling where needed to address high risk co-occurring disorders, such as anorexia, bulimia, depression, physical and/or mental child abuse and other sexual abuse issues
- Mandatory onsite and offsite 12-step meetings and 12-step panels
- Medical physical with TB testing for all participants