His House - Palm House Treatment Center
His House’s Palm House location, found 40 miles south of Los Angeles in the town of Rancho Cucamonga in Sand Bernardino county, is a men’s only facility specializing in addiction treatment for men. Its location in the foothills of the San Gabriel mountains makes Palm House great place for people in recovery to go to get away from the chaos of the city. Addictions infiltrate every aspect of people’s lives, including the people and places around them, so a remote, beautiful natural setting is ideal to focus on recovery.
Our location makes Palm House an ideal location for outdoor excursions and hikes. Exercise is central to our philosophy on rehabilitations, and many patients also find out outdoor therapy programs to be essential to their recovery. The landscape is beautiful and our community is strong. Everyone who stays with us finds the environment we have cultivated to be tranquil and supportive, which helps them to achieve their goals for recovery.
What does treatment at Palm Houses involve?
At Palm Houses, the treatment we provide adheres to the principles of the 12-step recovery program, such as AA or NA. Our program is strongly rooted in faith-based Christian tracks as well as the latest scientific therapeutic techniques. In addition to the outdoor therapy programs, we also provide a variety of group therapies, individual therapy, CBT and spiritual study.
Our treatment involves:
Individual addiction counseling
His House treatment plans address more than the physicality of addiction; they confront the psychological patterns clients have developed, as well as their spiritual growth.
Our staff are experienced and compassionate; they maintain a judgment-free environment where everyone can speak openly and freely without fear.
We have worked really hard to keep our community strong and supportive, and those who stay with us often find they make friends for life. Many choose to join our alumni programs so they can continue their journey to recovery and help newcomers find their own path.