Residential Treatment Center in Southern California
Come discover what it means to be free of your addiction.
At CARUS Recovery, you’ll become part of a vibrant, caring community where each resident supports one another through the challenges of recovery, and we celebrate the joys of healthy, sober living together.
Unlike inpatient care, our residential treatment is set amid a lush green backdrop and beautifully landscaped grounds. Nestled in a quiet residential neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley, our facility sits among nearby hiking trails, beaches, and mountains. Our rich outdoor atmosphere is extremely conducive to healing — combined with our pristine accommodations, state-of-the-art workout equipment, swimming pool, game room, and more, we set you on the path to recovery.
CARUS Recovery is known for our expert staff in the recovery field. Our primary staff have over 30 years of combined experience with helping people transform their lives.
Our solid combination of topnotch facility, serene environment, and compassionate, dedicated, highly qualified staff make us among the sought after residential treatment centers in Southern California.
An Atmosphere Of Healing
Our secluded recovery center provides a peaceful, focused setting for recovery.
A Caring Support System
Compassionate, experienced counselors and therapists provide support through every stage of your journey.
A Path To Recovery
A variety of innovative, evidence-based therapies teach valuable life skills and set you on the path to success.
Welcome to CARUS Recovery
Watch this very brief video to see what it’s like to join us here at CARUS Recovery in beautiful Southern California.
Your Recovery Team
Meet the experienced, caring professionals who support patients on their journey to renewal.
Larry has ten years’ experience building and managing successful addictions treatment programs.
Tina Marie Gonzales
Tina’s long background as a substance abuse counselor has given her the tools to help others discover the beauty within and around them.
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Contact Us Today
Entering recovery is a difficult decision, but it’s easier if you get your questions answered. Contact us here and send us your question. We’ll reply by email or call you back as soon as we can. Or call us at 877-225-7724.