Drug and Alcohol Treatment for Solana Beach Residents
Casa Palmera is an ideal location for Solana Beach residents seeking treatment for addiction. It is located just one town over in the city of Del Mar, so it offers the familiarity of home but with the privacy needed for clients to focus on building a strong foundation for recovery.
Casa Palmera offers several types of treatment programs, but in all of them the common goal is to give every client attentive, individualized care that takes into account their personal needs, lifestyle habits, mental and physical health and much more. We want every client to leave here feeling that they can find success in sobriety.
If you are ready for treatment, contact Casa Palmera today.
About Solana Beach
Solana Beach is the picture-perfect example of a beautiful Southern California beach town. With a little more than 13,000 residents in 4 square miles, this charming city has a small-town feel but with the amenities you’d want to find in the place you call home.
Solana Beach has a vibrant downtown centered around Highway 101, which is home to many restaurants, fitness centers, retail shops and service providers. Running parallel to Highway 101 is the Rail Trail, a paved pathway marked by beautiful landscaping and public art that is a huge draw for runners, walkers and cyclists.
Just off Highway 101 is the Cedros Design District on Cedros Avenue. A wonderfully eclectic collection of design companies, home décor retailers, and boutiques make for a one-of-a-kind shopping experience during the day.
At night, music lovers flock to the famous Belly Up for one of the fantastic concerts. Also on Cedros Avenue is the train station, where Amtrak and Coaster trains make commuting and traveling a breeze. Solana Beach is also well-known for its initiative that lowered the train tracks below ground level, which was lauded as a major civic achievement.
Of course, when a town has the word “beach” in its name, you can’t overlook the amazing coastline. Solana Beach has a lovely stretch of sand that backs up to cliffs, giving the beaches a sense of seclusion from the outside world. These beaches are popular for sunbathers, swimmers and surfers as well as tidepool explorers wanting to examine marine life up close. At sunset, you’ll find plenty of locals out for a stroll on the beach so they can bask in the golden glow of the setting sun.
Solana Beach also has a high level of amenities for its residents, whose median age is 46.5 years and have a median income of $106,831. There are two community centers, Fletcher Cove and La Colonia, which host community events and adult education classes. Fletcher Cove is located near the coast, while La Colonia is in the city’s historic Eden Gardens neighborhood, which reflects Solana Beach’s Hispanic heritage.
Solana Beach also has two elementary schools and a middle school within its boundaries, as well as a library branch, country clubs, an executive-level golf course open to the public and numerous houses of worship. In terms of outdoor activities, in addition to the Rail Trail and the beach, Solana Beach is adjacent to San Dieguito County Park with its many trails, ball fields and playgrounds. With all these attractions and a laid-back atmosphere, it’s easy to see why Solana Beach is a desirable place to live.