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Coming to Treatment - What to Bring


The Residential Program program at Casa houses up to 22 women at any one time who stay with us from 30 up to 90 days. During this period of recovery, women work closely with an individual counselor to better understand their personal needs, goals and progress.
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Similar to our inpatient services, all of our outpatient programs are abstinence based. Our recovery philosophy utilizes the vast experience and knowledge of our highly qualified staff. [ more ]

Our Sober Living Program makes it possible for women completing addiction treatment to move into a safe, structured, and supportive sober living setting for up to one year.
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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. [ more ]

You have been admitted to Casa’s Residential Treatment Program – What’s Next?

You May Bring
  • You may bring no more than 1 suitcase and 1 makeup/toiletries Additional bags or items may be sent back.
  • Clothing should include: sweats & tennis-shoes (for fitness groups), comfortable casual clothes for daily sessions and dressy attire for meetings and field trips.
  • No midriff/tank tops or revealing clothing (spaghetti strap shirts/jeans with tears or holes).
  • Bedding is provided. If you wish to provide your own, beds are twin sized.
  • All personal hygiene items – alcohol free (including hairspray, perfume, gels, etc.) No aerosols.
  • Bath Towel
  • Soap, razors, shampoo, conditioner, make-up etc.
  • Feminine Products: tampons/sanitary napkins.
  • Allowed electrical appliances: alarm clocks, hairdryers, curling irons/rollers.
  • Notepads, paper, pens, and recovery related books, envelopes, stamps, tote bag, and a journal.
  • Sodas, snacks, cigarettes (if applicable).
  • 30-day supply of prescribed and over the counter medication if under care of a physician. Please note that all medications including over-the-counter medications must have a valid prescription.
  • California ID/Driver’s License & Insurance Card (if applies).
  • If court ordered or you have pending legal issues (such court dates, DCFS case, etc.), be sure to bring all necessary court papers including minute orders.


Please Do Not Bring
  • Cell phones, cameras, pagers, laptops, iPods, MP3 players, smart-watches, and other electronic items are not permitted in residential treatment.
  • VAPES are not permitted in Residential treatment. Disposable (un-refillable) e-cigarettes are okay.
  • Do not bring any valuable items; jewelry, watches, etc.
  • Do not bring excess cash; $20.00 maximum recommended. Small personal lockers are provided for locking up your valuables.


Other Things to Know
  • Please reschedule any non-necessary medical, dental, or court appointments that may occur while you are in treatment.
  • It may be useful to have a designated family member to manage any personal bills you may have to pay while in treatment.  If you do not have a designee, consider putting your important bills into auto-pay prior to treatment entry.
  • We go to Target on Fridays, so it is recommended to have a Target Gift card for any necessary personal items to be purchased.
  • Clients are required to have a history and physical with their doctor within the last year. If you have not had this physical be sure to make an appointment for one.
  • If you have any special dietary needs be sure to let us know.  We attempt to accommodate any special dietary requirements, but offer you the opportunity to bring items you may need.