Crescend Health has two residential facilities, Mountain House and Phoenix House.
The following information will help you to better understand how the procedure works to receive residential treatment at either of these two facilities located in Santa Barbara. Both residential facilities are licensed by the State of California through Community Care Licensing. Our CCL administrator is Francis Estep who is on site at Phoenix House.
Phoenix House is located in the heart of beautiful Santa Barbara. There are 4 single bedrooms for private pay clients in this beautiful 1880 Victorian House. Phoenix House provides 20 hours of groups per week with a focus on skill building, managing and reducing symptoms more effectively, and getting integrated back into the community. We build on the strengths of our clients and help them to build a life worth living. Phoenix House works directly with the skilled therapists at our Mainstream Innovative Outpatient Program and with the Dual Diagnosis Program.
Mountain House is close to Santa Barbara's historic Mission. There are 4 single rooms and 5 double rooms for County-referred clients. At this time there are no private pay options at Mountain House. To be considered for placement the referral must come through the County of Santa Barbara.
Residential Treatment for private-pay clients at Phoenix House
Private pay residential services are available. Please contact our Clinical Director, Debra Simon, LMFT at (805) 965 3434 ext.107 for information regarding residential treatment at Phoenix House. The current rate is $250 per day for a private bedroom. This includes all meals, therapeutic groups and activities. The residential private pay client would also work directly with an experienced therapist for individual sessions through our innovative and creative outpatient program - Mainstream. In addition to this, there are professional mental health staff available on site 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Therapeutic and recreactional groups are a part of the program. Private pay clients need to be under the care of a psychiatrist and agree to be medication compliant if this is indicated for their treatment.