Located in the center of Sacramento, the Sacramento Crestwood Center campus is home to a 122-bed licensed skilled nursing special treatment program (STP). Crestwood Center's residents hail from several Northern California counties, including Sacramento, Placer, Yolo, and San Mateo
2600 Stockton Blvd. Sacramento, CA 95817 (916) 452-1431
The Crestwood Center San Jose campus is home to a 174-bed mental health rehabilitation center (MHRC).
Crestwood Center San Jose opens its doors to men and women from all over the San Francisco Bay Area, particularly from communities in Santa Clara, San Francisco and Contra Costa counties
1425 Fruitdale Avenue San Jose, CA 95128 (408) 275-1010
Offers a range of programs and services designed to help people who are dealing with medical issues that may be coupled with a mental health diagnosis.
1130 Monaco Court. Stockton, CA 95207. (209) 478-2060
Two Skilled Nursing Facilities, located in Fremont and Sunnyvale, that specialize in treating people with neurobehavioral and offer long-term care to men and women from around California.
1002 W. Fremont Ave Sunnyvale, CA 94087 (408) 739-2383
Crestwood Vallejo hosts two programs, a 37-bed skilled nursing facility (SNF) and a new 99-bed mental health rehabilitation center (MHRC). Crestwood Recovery and Rehabilitation Center welcomes men and women from several Bay Area communities, with the majority hailing from Napa, Solano, Contra Costa and San Francisco counties.
115 Oddstad Drive Vallejo, CA 94589 (707) 552-0215
The Solano campus is home to a 52-bed mental health rehabilitation center (MHRC), a 14-bed adult residential facility (ARF), Our House, and a community day treatment program.
2201 Tuolumne Street Vallejo, CA 94589 (707) 558-1777
Crestwood Wellness & Recovery Center uniquely addresses the growth of the whole person. Our system of care incorporates concepts of wellness and recovery throughout our spectrum of services. Recovery is a dynamic process. Our experienced and professional staff acknowledges and supports meeting the client at their level of recovery. Through the recovery process of the individual, a collaborative plan is developed to meet their desired potential.
Our effective program serves a spectrum of age groups – young adults through the older adult years.
Our structured and supportive environment fosters personal choice, individual responsibility, and a path to recovery. Regardless of specific events, or series of events, in an individual’s life that condition one to respond in a certain manner, behavior can be changed and healthy coping skills can be developed. We hold the hope and confident expectation that this will occur.
Within our center, we offer three distinct, yet fluid, levels of recovery groups. Each client is assigned to a primary core group. Within this group, the Service Coordinator is the primary advocate for service needs and recovery plan development. This small primary core group work is designed to promote camaraderie, cohesion, respect, and a safe place for growth. During the afternoon, and evenings and weekends, a variety of educational, personal development, wellness-oriented, and recreative groups are offered. The groups are open to all clients. This provides a diverse experience of relating to others, develops tolerance, and provides skills requisite for successful community living. Pathway to Recovery Dual Recovery Services is an adjunct program provided for clients with co-occurring issues. Services include counseling using Self-Management and Recovery Training (SMART), 12-step modeled groups, and cognitive behavioral treatment. Start To Explore and Prepare (STEP) is a pre-vocational program offered to interested clients. Community Re-Entry is a program focusing on preparations to transition to community living.
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3062 Churn Creek Road, Redding, California 96002
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