Casa Capri Recovery Alumni, Camille Cox, guest appears on The Kelly Clarkson Show in support of non-profit, Dogs Matter.
Addiction Treatment in Southern California
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We help women overcome addiction by providing community, connection, and purpose.
Since 2011 Casa Capri Recovery for women has been restoring lives and healing families. We consciously provide a beautiful, comfortable and nurturing space using a comprehensive evidence-based curriculum, all uniquely designed for women—by women.
Our team is comprised of a passionate group of skilled experts who have come together for one purpose—to help other women heal.
1. A return to a normal state of health, mind, or strength.
2. The action or process of regaining possession or control of something stolen or lost.
Family Members, Start Here
Since there are many signs and symptoms associated with addiction that can be hard to spot unless you’re an addiction treatment professional, we have created some “checklists” to help guide you if you feel like someone in your life is in need of help.
Has your loved one been reclusive, defensive, or just acting differently? Maybe you’ve noticed their drinking has picked up, or they’ve been taking more of their prescription than usual. Have you ignored some of this behavior so as not to rock the boat?
If you can relate with any of the situations above, it may be time to figure out how to convince a loved one to enter drug or alcohol rehab. Casa Capri Recovery covers all of these topics and more on our Getting Started page below or contact our expert staff any time to discuss your unique situation.
My mission is to empower women to live their best lives and discover freedom through recovery.
Melissa Holmes Goodmon, Founder & CEO
1. Give (someone) the authority or power to do something.
2. Make (someone) stronger and more confident, especially in controlling their life and claiming their rights.
1. the process of being reincarnated or born again.
2. the action of reappearing or starting to flourish or increase after a decline; revival.
Casa Capri Alumni, Camille Cox, found temporary foster care for her dog with non-profit, Dogs Matter, allowing her to seek treatment.
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