According to the Federal Center for Substance Abuse Prevention, the fastest growing segment of substance abusers in the United States is women. Studies have shown that the majority of women begin abusing alcohol or drugs to mask the pain of childhood emotional, physical or sexual abuse; experiences which lead to crippling low self esteem, a [...]Read More» Posted by Myrin New | 0 comments
Catalina House for Women is located in an upscale neighborhood in Dana Point, California, within walking distance of the Pacific Ocean. Up to ten sober residents share this beautiful beach home and all of its amenities. Each bedroom offers a plasma TV, a full-sized double pillow mattress, 400-plus count sheets and spa towels, and an individual desk. The house also offers wireless internet access for use with a personal laptop, fireplaces, a private yard with barbeque, and ocean views from upstairs decks.
Often the environment of California outpatient rehab and primary treatment facilities is quite regimented, supervised, and clinical. Not so with Catalina House for Women, where clients find a safe, warm, loving environment that is structured yet gentle and supportive. There are always counseling sessions to attend, optional 12-Step meetings to go to, group discussions and a variety of other activities that continually keep recovery in focus and leave little idle time for self destructive thoughts or actions.