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Girls Primary Mental Health Treatment in Penngrove, CA

Penngrove South Campus

Located in beautiful Penngrove Heights, Muir Wood’s Penngrove South girls primary mental health treatment campus is centrally located at the base twelve acres of rolling countryside offering views that are breathtaking from anywhere on the property. A setting with unparalleled privacy, perfect for contemplation and healing, and recovery from mental health issues and substance use disorders. The grounds 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.

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Penngrove North Campus

Situated on seven acres at Sonoma Mountain’s base, Penngrove boasts absolute privacy and beautiful, sweeping views of Sonoma countryside. This picturesque working farm setting offers complete tranquility and spiritual healing with facilities like a large Yurt used for group sessions, meditation, yoga, reiki, and music therapy. Penngrove North provides a safe space for adolescent girls to work through sensitive issues, build strong relationships, and develop life skills needed to make healthy choices after treatment.

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Sonoma Mountain Campus

Muir Wood’s Sonoma Mountain campus is a nine-acre property resting on an idyllic, private knoll at the base of Sonoma Mountain in Penngrove, CA. Evoking the sense of being worlds away, yet just six miles to historic downtown Petaluma, this serene setting offers a quintessential farmhouse with wrap-around porch, ideal for healing, contemplation, and enjoying the breathtaking city, pastoral, and sunset views. A fenced backyard with outdoor living space includes nearby gardens, sprawling lawns and a eucalyptus grove, making it an incredible healing setting for adolescent girls to work towards overcome mental health issues.

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