Divine Intervention Recovery Ranch Review
Founded in 2016 in San Jacinto, California, by Sharon Jackson, Divine Intervention Recovery Ranch offers residential substance abuse treatment for females and housing for their children. Their mission is to help women build a strong foundation in their recovery, and teach them how to be better parents and start living productive lives. Divine Intervention Recovery Ranch is a non-profit organization that operates under the umbrella of Rose of Sharon7 Inc., which also operates the Rosebud House, a sober living home for women who have completed primary care.
Accommodations and Food
Divine Intervention Recovery Ranch is located on the front six acres of a 20-acre ranch, at the foot of the San Jacinto Mountains. The rehab accommodates 12 women, Jackson keeps the numbers small to provide an intimate atmosphere, which she believes is conducive to healing. Additionally, the rehab accommodates between one and two children.
Residents live inside a quaint pale blue farm-style house with white trim. An outside patio includes tables, chairs and other outdoor furniture. A Master bedroom accommodates four women and includes two sets of bunk beds, dressers, and closets. Other clients are paired in comfortably furnished rooms, and the little ones are paired in a child-friendly room. Bassinets are provided for infants, who are lodged with their mothers.
A chef follows dietary guidelines and prepares three nutritious meals a day, and clients eat family-style. The menus include an eclectic variety of entrees. Ample coffee is provided, and clients are allowed to smoke in designated areas outdoors. Amenities include childcare, transportation, an exercise room and a large playground for the little ones. Staff lives on the premises.
Treatment and Staff
Prior to admission, clients undergo a comprehensive assessment to ensure that Divine Intervention Recovery Ranch is a good fit. Additionally, the women must have undergone detox. Treatment length is 16 weeks. At Divine Intervention Recovery Ranch, evidence-based practices, specifically the Matrix Model are utilized during treatment. Weekly treatment includes group and individual therapy, family education, and attendance at 12-step meetings. Group topics include substance abuse, trauma, and conflict resolution, relapse prevention, healthy parenting, self-esteem, anger management, life skills, processing and coping skills.
Clients attend between three and four weekly AA/NA meetings, and those opting for a more faith-based approach attend Celebrate Recovery. A typical day includes getting up and doing chores, breakfast followed by meditation, followed by exercise or hiking. After that, clients are in group therapy, followed by lunch, private time, followed by group therapy and finally, they attend an offsite meeting. Transportation to meetings is provided. Biblical meditation is provided for interested clients.
Staff includes Jackson, who is a Bachelor’s-level CADC, completed a Master’s program in December 2015 and is receiving her degree in the near future. There are between five and seven employees on staff, which includes certified counselors, MFT interns and a clinical supervisor.
Residents have the option of going to Rosebud House, a sober living home that also operates under The Rose of Sharon7, Inc. Plans are underway to include horses, goats and other farm animals at the ranch. Equine therapy will also be offered at the ranch in the near future.
While Divine Intervention Recovery Ranch offers faith-based options, Jackson believes that a client should find her own spiritual path in recovery. Jackson, who has been clean and sober for 13 years, is passionate about recovery, and about helping women, including clients with children. This rehab is located in a secluded and serene environment, allowing clients to connect to their Higher Power while they work on their steps, and get their lives in order. Divine Intervention Recovery does not like to disclose their address, for the privacy and safety of their clients.
Divine Intervention Recovery Ranch Location
San Jacinto, CA 92582
Divine Intervention Recovery Ranch Cost
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