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Casa Palmera Reviews
It was the best decision I have ever made. This experience changed my life.
“Grounded” in the Big Book. “I could not walk out the back door without first walking through the front.” I also love the quote on my daily schedule.
Casa Palmera made me the man that I used to be.
Nothing changes if nothing changes.
My experience at Casa Palmera rescued me from a very dark time in my life. My expectations were consistently exceeded by the expertise of the staff, the content of the program, and the overall respect and care I was treated with. I would highly recommend to anyone suffering from drug or alcohol dependency.
Life Changing. After multiple treatment centers, I entered Casa and feel like a switch clicked.
My life is now mine to live without the burden of alcohol.
In the beginning, I felt confused and fearful. Today, I feel healed and want to continue to do so.
I really appreciated all of the compassion, support and understanding I received at Casa Palmera. The therapists, counselors, nursing staff, front desk, make you feel confident that you are in good hands abd that they really do care and make it easier to see through the darkness in a storm.
I learned some great tools I can use when I’m feeling down and I had a great support team here.
Choose Casa Palmera
Choose Casa Palmera
As a comprehensive behavioral health facility, Casa Palmera understands that drug and alcohol addiction and trauma are not only physically exhausting, but also cause a breakdown in mental and spiritual sense. What makes Casa Palmera distinct from other treatment facilities is our desire to not only heal the body, but also aiming to heal the mind and spirit. Casa Palmera is a consistently successful program because with our holistic perspective, we analyze the physical, nutritional, environmental, emotional, social, spiritual and lifestyle values and challenges of each individual in recovery.