Drug and Alcohol Treatment for Los Angeles Residents
Los Angeles residents looking for a high-quality program for substance addiction treatment can find what they need at Casa Palmera. Our residential facility is located in San Diego County in the beautiful coastal city of Del Mar, offering a wonderful place for clients who want to address their addictions, as well as the issues underlying them. Casa Palmera offers seclusion and privacy, but is still only a freeway drive away from Los Angeles.
While at Casa Palmera, clients in drug and alcohol treatment get the valuable tools they need for a sober life in recovery. We have a number of programs available, all of which offer individualized treatment plans. This type of personalized and experienced care focuses on each client and their specific needs. We analyze every client’s particular circumstances so we can tailor treatment that truly addresses the critical issues underlying their addiction. Our supportive and secure environment in a serene residential facility gives clients the foundation they need to prepare for life in recovery from addiction, that they may have the best chance of success when they return to their normal life in Los Angeles. If you are ready to commit to a new sober lifestyle, contact Casa Palmera today.
About Los Angeles
The “City of Angels” is the definition of iconic. There are the beaches dotted by palm trees blowing in the breeze under sunny skies. There are the landmarks familiar to moviegoers, such as the Griffith Park Observatory, the Capitol Records Building or the legendary Hollywood sign. It’s home to champion sports teams, such as the Dodgers, Kings and Lakers. There are world-class museums and performing arts centers, corporate headquarters and a famous food scene that captures flavors from around the world. Los Angeles is simply Los Angeles, a town that has captivated the imaginations of entrepreneurs and artists for decades, and decades to come.
Los Angeles is the biggest city in Los Angeles County, clocking in at 472 square miles and a population of 4 million—a number of people considerably larger than the 44 Mexican settlers who first came here in 1781. It’s billed as the “cultural hub of the Pacific Rim,” a melting pot of ethnicities from around the world. Weather is a big draw for many people who come to live in Los Angeles, where the average high temperature is 74 degrees and the low is 56 degrees. The city thrives in tourism and hospitality, entertainment, manufacturing, fashion, health care and business services. Education is also a lure, with renowned universities such as the University of Southern California and the University of California, Los Angeles. There are many things to see in Los Angeles, including the Los Angeles Zoo, the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Griffith Park, Grand Central Market, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House, the Angels Flight funicular, Watts Towers, and so much more. Exploring everything the city of Los Angeles has to offer could take a lifetime.