Nuestra Casa Recovery Home

Residential Program

Nuestra Casa was founded in 1977 as an inpatient alcohol treatment facility for adult Spanish speaking males. The program quickly expanded from an original 6 bed facility to 10 beds, then in 2017 to the current 12 bed capacity. Today the program is licensed and certified by the State of California to provide both alcohol and drug abuse treatment.  We are very pleased to inform you that we obtained certification in the Drug Medi-Cal (DMC) program.  

Program Description

  • Residential program
  • Structured Spanish speaking specific program
  • Individual recovery and treatment planning
  • Individual and group counseling
  • Substance Abuse Education
  • Counseling and education for significant others
  • Recreational activities include: physical fitness, resocialization, gardening, reading, and sharing.
  • Stress management-relapse prevention
  • Discharge planning
  • Information and referral
  • Fees based on ability to pay
    (sliding fee scale).

24 Week Aftercare

  • Weekly groups that focus on relapse prevention
  • Alumni/Self-Help groups strongly encouraged.

Target Population

Adult Spanish speaking males at risk for alcohol/other drug abuse. We do not discriminate in the delivery of services due to race, religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability, or ability to pay for services.


Assessments/intakes, information and referral services and outpatient substance abuse treatment for participants and their families/significant others.

Admission Criteria

  • Admission is voluntary and it is recommended that beneficiaries be alcohol and drug free for 24 hours prior.
  • Clients must be ambulatory.
  • Must be 18 years of age or older.
  • Must be Spanish speaking.
  • Primary problem is substance abuse.
  • Must be willing to accept program rules prior to admission.
  • No history of excessive violence indicated.
  • Physical or psychiatric disabilities, if present, will not prevent the client from participation in the program structure.
  • Pending legal problems, if present, are of such a nature as to not prevent the clients
    participation in treatment.
  • Any beneficiaries with ongoing involvment in the criminal justice system are encouraged (though not required) to stay in contact with their attorney, probation officer, parole agent or other relevant legal entity while participanting in the program.