Muir Wood Adolescent and Family Services has three girls’ residential campuses in idyllic Sonoma County, CA. Just 30 miles north of San Francisco, Sonoma County is known for its rolling hills, rugged coastline, 50 regional parks, and small-town charm. The three girls’ behavioral health clinics encompass over ten acres, allowing ample space for individual and group therapy, on-site, accredited schooling, and outdoor spaces. Campus amenities include soccer fields, basketball courts, volleyball courts, and the Jennifer Golick Family Learning Center used for music therapy, yoga, meditation, and other experiential therapies. Parents and referents often comment on these incredible settings.
A significant amount of thought goes into our campus settings. For many of our clients, this may be their first exposure to treatment. For some, their first time away from home. When these boys and girls come to Muir Wood and walk through the doors of our beautiful, homelike campuses, these settings help them to initially engage in treatment and the process of healing.”Scott Sowle, Founder, Muir Wood Adolescent and Family Services
Rebecca House Campus
Rebecca House is a large, beautiful home on two acres, close to Muir Wood Adolescent and Family Services other girls’ behavioral health clinics. The house contains a home theatre, a large outdoor area, and ample room for girls to feel safe and secure while enjoying striking views of downtown Petaluma and the Sonoma countryside.
Lohrman Lane South Campus
Lohrman South is a large, modern ranch house set on four acres. The property’s small pond is home to ducks, turtles, and Canadian geese in the winter. Adjacent to the house is the large Muir Wood Learning Center, which offers a wraparound patio where girls can study privacy, while overlooking the idyllic Sonoma countryside. The large recreation room below the Learning Center is used for music therapy, yoga, reiki, and meditation. The sprawling Lohrman South setting provides ample spaces that foster privacy and safety to help promote healing.
Tucked away on a quiet lane, this country property sits on an acre of park-like grounds with flower gardens, raised organic vegetable and fruit beds, numerous areas for residents to sit and reflect, and a yoga and activities barn. The home is located down a long driveway, fenced on all sides, offering privacy for Muir Wood staff and residents. Views of the Sonoma county countryside are expansive, allowing the residents and idyllic setting to heal.
Penngrove South Campus
Located in prestigious Penngrove Heights, Muir Wood’s Penngrove South campus is centrally located at the base of Sonoma Mountains in the Sonoma Hills. The twelve acres of rolling countryside offer views that are breathtaking from anywhere on the property. A setting with unparalleled privacy, perfect for contemplation and healing. The rolling acres have several areas of semi-flat usable land with an amazing fenced and irrigated garden. With open views north, the property offers large pastures, several large oak tree groves, and acres of space for adolescent girls and staff to meet and reflect.
Sonoma Mountain Campus
Muir Wood’s Sonoma Mountain campus is a nine-acre property resting on an idyllic, private knoll at the base of the Sonoma Mountains in Penngrove, CA. Evoking the sense of being worlds away, yet just six miles to Historic Downtown Petaluma, and within minutes of the Sonoma Plaza, this serene setting offers a quintessential farmhouse with wrap-around porch, ideal for healing, contemplation, and enjoying the breathtaking city, pastoral and sunset views. Meticulously maintained, the residence offers a traditional configuration with both rustic and contemporary touches throughout. Fenced backyard with outdoor living space includes nearby gardens, sprawling level lawns and a eucalyptus grove. An incredible healing setting for adolescent girls.
Penngrove North Campus
Situated on seven acres at Sonoma Mountain’s base, Penngrove boasts absolute privacy and beautiful, sweeping views of Sonoma countryside. This working farm setting features dozens of towering eucalyptus and fruit trees, walking paths, and a large Yurt used for group sessions, meditation, yoga, reiki, and music therapy.