Rancho Santa Fe Drug and Alcohol Treatment Center


Drug and Alcohol Treatment for Rancho Santa Fe Residents

Rancho Santa Fe residents are used to superior service and quality, and that is what Casa Palmera provides in its drug and alcohol addiction rehabilitation programs. Located nearby in the town of Del Mar, Casa Palmera specializes in residential and outpatient programs that address both the addiction and its underlying issues for solicitous, comprehensive care. Compassionate, highly qualified professionals lead our programs and have a great deal of experience in treating the whole person when it comes to addiction. The goal is to help every client build a strong foundation for their sobriety that they can move forward with in their everyday life. If you want an effective drug and alcohol treatment program, contact Casa Palmera today.

About Rancho Santa Fe

Rancho Santa Fe is one of the most exclusive communities not just in San Diego County, but in the United States.  Set among rolling, picturesque hills and under canopies of graceful eucalyptus trees, Rancho Santa Fe is a study in gracious living. Drive its curving roads and you’ll spot glimpses of stately homes set back from the streets behind gates and private drives, with the occasional citrus groves, horse stables or tennis courts peeking through. Some of those homes belong to familiar names—Bill Gates, Jenny Craig and NFL quarterback Drew Brees are among the notables who have owned property in Rancho Santa Fe.

The town has a rich and unique history. Originally, the site was part of a Spanish land grant in the 1840s. Soon after the dawn of the 1900s, the land came under the ownership of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad. The land was originally used to grow timber to be used in the railroad, but the trees that were planted—the eucalyptus—were too soft to support the railroad spikes. Instead, the railroad planned a residential community for the land.

Today, Rancho Santa Fe still strongly reflects the roots of that original community. The winding roads and eucalyptus trees are still there, of course, as well as the Village, the charming community center that now features shops, eateries and the historic Inn at Rancho Santa Fe. Many of the Village buildings, as well as residences, boast the Spanish Colonial style envisioned for the community by architect Lilian Ross, whose aesthetic contribution to Rancho Santa Fe cannot be overstated. The structure of the town government also hearkens back to those early days. In 1927, the Rancho Santa Fe Association was incorporated to oversee the Covenant, which encompasses about 10 square miles. The roughly 4,300 residents within the Covenant agree to maintain Rancho Santa Fe’s distinctive rural landscape and community character. And they have definitely succeeded. Rancho Santa Fe was designated a State Historic Landmark and is billed as the longest-running planned community in California.

Within the Covenant, residents enjoy a luxurious quality of life. They can soak in the beautiful scenery while using the nearly 60 miles of private pedestrian and equestrian trails or the open space on the 68-acre Rancho Santa Fe Arroyo. Covenant members also gain entrance to the private Rancho Santa Fe Tennis Club and Rancho Santa Fe Golf Course. The area also boasts a library and an elementary school campus, as well as easy access to nearby cities such as Solana Beach and Encinitas.