Hope | Transformation | Recovery

Hope | Transformation | Recovery

Casa offers the right program for any woman at any stage in her journey.

With a full continuum of care, including Residential, Partial Hospitalization, Intensive Outpatient, Outpatient, Sober Living, Aftercare, and Alumnae programs, Casa is uniquely able to meet the needs of every woman with a comprehensive suite of programs offering integrated support every step of their journey.
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Casa offers the right program for any woman at any stage in her journey.

With a full continuum of care, including Residential, Partial Hospitalization, Intensive Outpatient, Outpatient, Sober Living, Aftercare, and Alumnae programs, Casa is uniquely able to meet the needs of every woman with a comprehensive suite of programs offering integrated support every step of their journey.

Residential

All care is provided in a supportive, home-like environment by a clinical team that includes highly skilled therapists and certified addiction counselors under the guidance of our Medical Director, Clinical Director, and Director of Programs and Compliance.

Casa’s 24-hour Residential Treatment Program (ASAM Level 3.5 and 3.1) is a Clinically Managed Residential program designed to provide women with the recovery skills necessary to move toward long-term recovery. Goals at this level are to promote abstinence from substance use and other addictive behaviors, and change our client’s lifestyle, attitude, and values.

Our supportive program offers specialized activities to support mental, physical, and emotional recovery. Through group and individual therapy, we explore boundaries, relapse triggers, and practical relapse prevention techniques, women’s issues, family systems, anger management, codependent relationships, domestic violence, grief, and safety. Every client is assessed to design an individualized treatment plan that specifically addresses each woman’s experiences and challenges. 

Partial Hospitalization

Partial Hospitalization Services (ASAM Level 2.5) is intended for women who would benefit from structured treatment for substance use in intensive outpatient treatment but who do not need treatment in a residential setting. These women may have resources like family, friends, employment, or housing to lend support during treatment. Partial Hospitalization can act as a transition to or from more intensive residential settings. 

Partial Hospitalization includes a minimum of thirty (30) treatment contact hours per week. Clients typically attend 10-three-hour groups weekly, in addition to individual and family counseling. 

This level of care is appropriate for individuals with co-occurring mental and substance-related disorders if the disorders are of moderate severity or have been resolved to an extent addiction treatment services are assessed as potentially beneficial.

Intensive Outpatient

Our Intensive Outpatient Treatment (ASAM 2.1) program is designed for women who require a more structured substance use disorder outpatient treatment experience than can be received from traditional outpatient treatment. Intensive outpatient can complement other support the patient may have, such as family, friends, a job, or housing.

Our program includes a maximum of twelve hours of weekly treatment, which typically consists of four three-hour groups, in addition to individual and family counseling. The length of stay for clients in our intensive outpatient program is between eight and twelve weeks.

This level of care is specifically designed for women with moderately severe, co-occurring mental and substance-related disorders.

Outpatient

Our Outpatient Program (ASAM Level 1) is for women who have either completed Intensive Outpatient or Partial Hospitalization and can benefit from continued counseling and support or for those whose initial assessment placed them at this level.

Casa’s Outpatient Program offers a holistic approach that uses the latest evidence-based industry best practices. Our clinical team guides each woman through a process of discovery, reflection, and action.

Adult outpatients receive a maximum of nine education/treatment contact hours per week, while youth receive a maximum of six hours per week. The program offers morning, afternoon, and evening sessions, six days a week.

Current and former outpatient clients can continue to support their sobriety by taking advantage of our free Family, Aftercare, and Alumnae programs.

Sober Living

While transitioning out of residential treatment can be exciting, with opportunities for a fulfilling new life, it can also be intimidating with the temptation to return to destructive old behaviors. Returning home during this time may be challenging, as healthy new habits and routines are still forming.

Sober Living is appropriate for individuals who can maintain abstinence from substance use but would benefit from living within one of the two sober living houses located on our campus in Pasadena. While the two range in size, style, and fees, both provide a safe and structured environment to advance along the path of sobriety.

Aftercare Program

Recovery is an ongoing process that begins as soon as treatment is completed. Because challenges commonly arise when practicing new life skills, we take immense pride in supporting our clients’ long-term recovery with a range of no-cost services as a part of our continuum of care. Casa’s Aftercare services enable our clients to continue to work on their treatment plan after discharge while remaining strongly connected to Casa’s recovery community. Clients participate in process groups and undergo random drug testing.

Alumnae Program

The original alumna program began almost 50 years ago and has transformed into a powerful agent for change. It allows the women to stay strongly connected to the recovery community, learn new skills, gain confidence, and build a strong support system. Because family often plays an integral role in recovery, the Family Program described above is a cornerstone of the Alumnae Program.

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