We at the Ranch House believe in letting your natural resources keep you progressing in your road to recovery. We offer equine therapy as an added bonus to our members. There is a healing power that comes from a horse like no other your can buy. We are a private, serene facility that focuses on helping you get back into your normal routine. We also have a very dedicated and experienced HR/Recruiter that will help you gain access to possible employment openings. Resume building and interview preparation included.
Sober living is an excellent transitional living
arrangement for people who are in the process
of recovery. After rehab, people frequently need
something more structured than their home life (but
less all-encompassing than rehab). A sober living
home provides the individual with the opportunity
for independent living and more freedom, but it also
prevents the typical distractions and temptations of
living at home. Pinnacle provides the best of Sober Living in a gorgeous facility. Contact us - we are here for you!
Therapeutic activities are designed to help individuals see and accept themselves in an honest and realistic light. The primary form of therapy used is confrontational in nature, it stresses here and now behavior, it encourages individuals to take responsibility and action as a means toward positive change. Clients who enter treatment are exposed to a number of “workshops” in preparation for the “group activity”, our most intensive group. Other therapeutic approaches which are incorporated into a daily activity structure include; gestalt therapy, psycho-drama, role playing, feedback groups, brief therapy, AA & NA, recreation/physical exercise and family outings. Additionally each client is assigned to a counselor, together they develop an Individual Client Treatment Plan (ICTP) that addresses drug choice, medical problems, legal matters, family issues, psycho-social problem areas and vocational/educational needs.
Our mission at Casa Pacifica Women is to support each woman in securing her individual bridge between life and sobriety. Casa Pacifica Women is a Transitional Sober Living Home for women that will guide you to a healthy sober path by first showing you how to live a rewarding life with the five S's - Strength, Surrender, Sanctuary, Serenity and Self. This will be your foundation in bridging the gap between life and sobriety to ensure the most important of all... Sustainability. Casa Pacifica Women provides a serene environment which allows each resident to lay further ground work supporting a successful recovery process.
Casa Pacifica Women provides all residents with a safe and supportive environment while fostering independence thus encouraging each woman to secure their individual path on true recovery. Casa Pacifica Women is primarily self-regulated with certain guidelines including 20 hours a week of recovery activities. These may include 12-Step meetings, one on one outside therapy, step work, attendance at an intensive outpatient program or aftercare program.
Onboard Jersey Girl II life is lived to the fullest, enjoyed and cherished.
Sailing to islands that are among the most beautiful in the world, the southern
California weather, and camaraderie of being a crew member on a yacht
combine to create a unique and empowering environment conducive to
building the life skills needed in early recovery. Sailing is relaxing, natural, and
yet can be exhilarating, and exciting. The team work required fosters
communication skills and healthy boundaries. The fulfillment of a well-
executed voyage will last a life time.
Marin Services for Men provides a clean, safe, and nurturing environment combined with the delivery of practical skills and coping strategies for our clients to develop and maintain a healthy sense of self. We seek to empower men to take responsibility for their recovery, attain self-reliance, and be of service to others. We strive to reunite men with their families, enter their communities free from chemical dependency, and achieve and maintain the productive lives of their choosing. Marin Services for Men is a community-based, group oriented residential setting, supporting clean and sober living, guided by the 12-Step Model. Our program is based on the understanding that the 12-Step Model is the single most successful approach to addiction recovery.
Our vision is to provide a clean, safe, and nurturing environment combined with the delivery of practical skills and coping strategies in order to develop and maintain a healthy sense of self. We seek to empower men to take responsibility for their recovery, attain self-reliance, and be of service to others. We strive to reunite men with their families, enter their communities free from chemical dependency, and achieve and maintain the productive lives of their choosing.
The DoDaaw Ranch is a safe and effective environment for women in early recovery from substance addiction. The word "DoDaaw" is the Hebrew word meaning "Loving Her," which is what we do. We provide equine therapy and are pet friendly, with some restrictions. We have an on-staff Therapist for those who are interested. We operate on the assumption that our clients are willing to do whatever it takes to learn from and participate in a clean and sober community. Our staff members are all successful women in recovery.
Sober living since 1999. Five homes currently, homes in Escondido, San Marcos and Del Mar. Each house has a different dynamic. Single, double and triple rooms
Dogs and kids welcome on a case by case basis.
Nestled in the unspoiled Santa Monica Mountains near Thousand Oaks, CA, along the banks of magnificent Lake Sherwood is a private, upscale & executive-level transitional living residence that has set a new standard for Sober Living in Southern California. The Lake House provides men & women struggling with drug addiction and/or alcoholism with a fully integrative recovery environment in surroundings conducive to abstinence and personal growth. The Lake House Program strives to promote confidence, self-worth and the desire to return to a productive life.
Mission & History
Our mission is to provide effective treatment services and a safe, sober living environment to women suffering from the disease of alcoholism or who are addicted to alcohol and other drugs and to introduce them to the philosophy of Alcoholics Anonymous and the 12-Step process.
Casa Serena opened its doors to alcoholic women in August of 1959 primarily through the efforts of our founder Mildred Pinheiro. Recovering from alcoholism herself, Mildred wanted to open the home “because there was no place here for a woman alcoholic to go for help.” Casa Serena was originally a project of the National Council on Alcoholism, but became a separate 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit corporation in 1973.