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Dual-Diagnosis Residential Treatment for Girls in Riverside, CA

Muir Wood offers two dual-diagnosis (substance use and mental health) treatment programs for girls 12-17 in Riverside, California, each accommodating just six girls (assigned female at birth). The two Riverside programs, Da Vinci and Edgewild, mirror Muir Wood’s Sonoma County, California, dual-diagnosis programs that have proven to be successful for more than a decade. Riverside was chosen for this expansion of services because of its shortage of high-quality residential treatment programs for teens. To fill this gap in teen treatment services in Riverside, Muir Wood provides a top-tier, Joint Commision-accredited, residential teen treatment for teens and support for their families experiencing crisis at home. Learn more about dual-diagnosis treatment for teen girls here.

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A short overview of Riverside, CA

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Situated near the Santa Ana River, Riverside, CA, is surrounded by stunning natural landscapes, including nearby mountains, hills, and parks. The city’s location provides opportunities for outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, and camping. Riverside was founded in the early 1870s and quickly grew into an important citrus-producing region. In fact, California’s first navel oranges were grown in Riverside! The city played a significant role in the development of California’s citrus industry and became known as the “City of Arts and Innovation.”

The city boasts a diverse cultural scene, with a variety of museums, galleries, and performing arts venues. The Riverside Art Museum and the Fox Performing Arts Center are notable cultural landmarks that will provide a welcome respite for families visiting their teens in treatment or in town participating in family therapy. The city also hosts various events and festivals throughout the year, celebrating local culture, arts, and heritage. The Riverside Festival of Lights during the holiday season is particularly popular. Riverside is well-connected to the rest of Southern California through major highways and public transportation options. The city is just over an hour’s drive from Los Angeles.