Lohrman Campus

Girls Dual-Diagnosis (Mental Health & Substance Use) Treatment in Petaluma, CA

Girls Dual-Diagnosis Campuses in Northern California

Muir Wood Adolescent and Family Services has three girls residential dual-diagnosis (substance use with co-occurring mental health issues) 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 treatment programs encompass over ten acres, allowing ample space for individual and group therapy, and outdoor activities. Parents and referents often comment on these incredible settings.

Rebecca House Campus

Rebecca House is a large, beautiful home situated on two acres, close to Muir Wood Adolescent and Family Services other girls behavioral health facilities. 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 the Sonoma countryside.


Lohrman Campus

Our Lohrman campus 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 enjoy views of the idyllic Sonoma countryside. The large recreation room below the Learning Center is used for music therapy, yoga, reiki, and meditation. This sprawling setting provides ample spaces that foster privacy and safety to help promote healing.


Magnolia Campus

Tucked away on a quiet lane in Petaluma, CA, 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 countryside are expansive, allowing the residents an idyllic setting to heal.