Michael’s House is a unique drug and alcohol treatment facility located in the beautiful San Jacinto Mountains in Palm Springs, California. The drug rehab and alcohol rehab programs at Michael’s House are known throughout the county for their innovative approach to treating the individual suffering from addiction as well as co-occurring disorders (also known as Dual Diagnosis).
Michael’s House services include:
Michael’s House features three main centers: the Stabilization Center, the Women’s Center and the Men’s Center.
The Men’s Center was created to address the specific needs of men who are struggling with addiction and possibly co-occurring mental health issues. Our research-proven men’s program curriculum provides a solid framework for men to develop a strength-based skillset that will allow them to thrive in a sober world.
The Stabilization Center at Michael’s House is open to both men and women and offers detox programs, group and individual therapy and a wide variety of activities designed to enrich the spirit of the individual and place them on the right mental and physical track for recovery.
In this exquisite, meditative environment, women are encouraged to identify their unique gifts, build self-esteem, recognize the value of healthy life skills and begin to realize that their growing empowerment can enable them to respond to life’s many challenges and interactions with renewed hope and perspective.
All three centers are special in that they treat those individuals who have received a Dual Diagnosis of concurrent mental illness and drug or alcohol addiction. Having a Dual Diagnosis is difficult, and only experts like those found at Michael’s House are equipped to confront both sides of the problem with equal effectiveness.
If you or someone you know is struggling with drug or alcohol addiction, or has a Dual Diagnosis, contact Michael’s House immediately. There are helpful, knowledge staff members standing by waiting to help assess your situation and get you the help that you need.
Integrated Treatment of Substance Abuse & Mental Illness