Hope | Transformation | Recovery

Hope | Transformation | Recovery

Our team is here to make the admissions process as smooth as possible.

Before admission, our clinical team will conduct an assessment to determine the appropriate level of care. Once completed, our team helps facilitate needs, questions, and any care coordination that may be necessary prior to admission.

Our Admissions Coordinator is always available by calling our admissions line at 855.954.2272.

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Our team is here to make the admissions process as smooth as possible.

Before admission, our clinical team will conduct an assessment to determine the appropriate level of care. Once completed, our team helps facilitate needs, questions, and any care coordination that may be necessary prior to admission.

Our Admissions Coordinator is always available by calling our admissions line at 855.954.2272.

Admission process
  • Only voluntary admissions are accepted.
  • A minimum of 24 hours without the use of substances.
  • Medical clearance by the client’s physician or the Casa Director of Medical Services is required before residential program admission.
  • Willingness and ability to participate in all aspects of treatment.
  • No more than one suitcase and one makeup/toiletries bag
  • Clothing should include options for outside and fitness activities, events and outings.
  • A valid prescription is required for all medications – including over-the-counter
    medications and supplements.
  • California ID/Driver’s License and Insurance Card (if applicable).
  • Personal hygiene items must be alcohol-free (including hairspray, perfume, gels, etc.). Avoid aerosols, as they are not permitted in the rooms.
  • A Bath Towel.
  • Soap, razors, shampoo, conditioner, make-up, etc.
  • Feminine hygiene items, such as tampons and sanitary napkins.
  • Notepads, paper, pens, recovery related books, envelopes, stamps, tote bag, and a journal.
  • Allowed electrical appliances: alarm clocks, hairdryers, curling irons/rollers.

Note: Cell phones are locked away and can only be used with the Counselor’s authorization/approval.

Frequently asked questions

With addiction comes many questions; below are answers to questions we often hear. If you have other questions, we encourage you to reach out to 855.954.2272 or admissions@casatreatmentcenter.org

Anyone can become physically dependent on a substance. The type of substance, the amount taken, and frequency of use can create physical dependence. But not everyone who is physically dependent would be described as addicted. The difference lies in the person’s behavior and emotional expression.

Many of the women who receive treatment at Casa began using substances during their adolescence and report experiencing one or more of the following:

  • Early Childhood Trauma
  • Adverse Childhood Experiences
  • Dysfunctional Family Systems
  • Physical, Sexual, and or Emotional Violence and Terrorism

Addiction can be described as a chronic, relapsing disorder characterized by compulsive drug use and behavior despite adverse consequences. It is considered a brain disorder because it involves functional changes to brain circuits involved in reward, stress, and self-control. Those functional brain changes can last a long time after having stopped taking drugs.

* National Drug Intelligence Center. The economic impact of illicit drug use on American society. Washington, DC: United States Department of Justice, 2011

While each individual in treatment is unique, and no single treatment approach is effective for all women with substance abuse problems, clients tend to have similar overall goals:

  • Reducing substance abuse or achieving a substance-free life
  • Maximizing multiple aspects of life functioning
  • Preventing or reducing the frequency and severity of relapse
  • Treatment of other life problems associated with addiction

Recovery is complex and requires a long-term commitment. Women, in particular, can experience additional problems related to parenting, physical or sexual abuse trauma, and mental illness. A woman’s recovery will be most successful when the issues that precipitate or relate to the substance abuse problems are also addressed. The path to recovery can be unpredictable, messy, and include periods of relapse. Sustained recovery requires ongoing counseling, attendance in self-help and other support groups, and accessibility to a variety of resources.

Addiction is a family disease; therefore no treatment process can be fully effective without the involvement of the family. To that end, family members must have attended one of our family groups in order to visit a Casa resident.

Family group is where loved ones learn about the nature of addiction, their role in the treatment process, and how they can heal from the damages that addiction has caused the family.

There are gender differences when it comes to the environment, the development of the addiction, as well as the indicated treatments for alcoholism and addiction. Women often have issues of esteem, dependence on others, lack of empowerment, traumatic experiences, and other issues that can be addressed specifically in an environment that fosters the empowerment of the whole woman.

Insurance Verification

PATIENT INFORMATION

We accept most insurances for treatment. Please fill out the form below and we will find out if your insurance will cover treatment at Casa. Some insurance companies require that the subscriber call the member services number to give verbal authorization prior to speaking to any facility, we’ll let you know if that’s needed. 

INSURANCE INFORMATION

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