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Recovery Programs: The Brentwood House for Women Los Angeles, CA



Designed by women for women, The Brentwood House for Women provides alcohol and drug treatment in the upscale Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles, California.

(800) 366-8101

The Brentwood House for Women is a luxury alcohol and drug treatment center located in the West Los Angeles neighborhood of Brentwood, California.

The Brentwood House is one of only a very few luxury addiction treatment centers in the United States that caters exclusively to the unique recovery needs of women.

Designed by women for women, The Brentwood House offers women suffering from alcohol and drug addiction a beautiful, serene place to share their story, find their voice, develop recovery tools and foster hope.

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    Alcohol Use Disorders & Addiction

    If you or a loved one is suffering from alcohol abuse or dependency, you are not alone. In fact, alcohol abuse and addiction are medical conditions that affect an estimated 18 million people each year. Seeking help and facing your addiction is a brave decision, and recovery is not far from reach at RiverMend Health. Our multi-dimensional, evidence-based therapeutic modalities and nationwide network of treatment centers provides you or your loved one with all the tools and support necessary to manage your chronic illness and achieve a sustained, lifelong recovery.

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    Drug Use Disorders & Addiction

    Overcoming drug abuse and dependency begins with the decision to ask for help. Whether you are addicted to prescription pills, heroin, methamphetamines, opioids, or another physically and/or emotionally addictive substance, RiverMend Health’s multi-dimensional, evidence-based therapeutic modalities can help you stop the destructive cycle of addiction turn your life around. Our comprehensive, multi-disciplinary treatment program provides you with all of the tools necessary to achieve a sustained lifelong recovery and live a healthy, and fulfilled life.

  • Pain Medication Abuse & Addiction }

    Pain Medication Abuse & Addiction

    Each year, more than 76 million people suffer from chronic pain — pain that lasts longer than 24 hours — and millions more suffer from acute pain. Learning to manage chronic pain can be a stressful, debilitating experience, leading many down a road where they find themselves dependent upon pain medication to get through the day. Just when you find that your pain is manageable, you become at risk of becoming addicted to the pain medication that has brought you relief. Over time, physical dependence can snowball into addiction.

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    Impaired Professionals

    The impact of addiction is far reaching for anyone. But for physicians and white collar professionals it can be particularly difficult. Concerns about permanently damaging your career and earning potential as well as your personal reputation can make it especially difficult to seek assistance. Highly skilled and accomplished professionals are accustomed to exceling at what they do and as a result, are not always comfortable asking for help. Don’t put your career at risk. Call our Impaired Professionals hotline to start your recovery at (800) 366-8101.

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    Low-Glycemic Five Star Dining

    At Brentwood House for Women, Chef Licia Jaccard and our world-class cuisine team create foods in accordance with a French low-glycemic diet. Meals prepared for our clients of The Brentwood House for Women help them achieve a “stimulatory” satisfaction from foods that do not include sugar, caffeine, white flour, white rice, potatoes and other high glycemic products effectively reducing excess appetite and overeating, reduces mood swings and promotes a physiologically healthy body.

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    Mindfulness, a meditative practice, is an important component of the addiction rehabilitation process taught at The Brentwood House for Women. During a patient’s residential treatment, our clinical and therapeutic experts teach and share best practices for developing meditation skills which are proven and effective methods for achieving better self-awareness, enabling the management of anxiety, depression, stress, addiction and rejuvenating one’s mind, body and spirit.

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    Kurma Yoga

    The Brentwood House for Women offers a proprietary form of yoga called Kurma Yoga as a critical component of the recovery process. Each day, clients learn and perform a unique combination of carefully chosen exercises that are specifically designed to enhance mood, improve breathing raise dopamine levels and build a sense of well-being.

The Brentwood House for Women care team is comprised of carefully selected clinicians and professionals in the fields of addiction, general medicine, clinical psychology, nutrition, culinary arts and eastern exercises. The Clinical Team and most counselors are licensed or certified according to their scope of practice and chosen for their passion to help others heal.

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  • Kenneth Blum, Ph.D.

    Neuroscience Advisor

    Kenneth Blum, Ph.D.

    Dr. Blum has spent more than 20-years researching the link between genetics and addiction and, with co-author Dr. Ernest Noble, published a seminal study in the Journal of American Medical Associationwhich established a correlation between the brain’s dopamine D2 Receptor Taq 1allele and addiction. Currently, Dr. Blum is currently a Full Professor at the University of Florida’s McKnight Brain Institute and an Adjunct Professor in its College of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry. He coined the phrase “reward deficiency syndrome,” and has written 12 books and published more than 500 articles in peer review journals. Often called “The Father of Psychiatric Genetics,” Dr. Blum serves on 13 editorial review boards, is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Genetic Syndromes & Gene Therapy and Co-Editor-in-Chief of the new BMC Journal “Integrative Omics and Molecular Biology.” He is also an honorary professor in the Department of Psychiatry, University of Vermont.

  • Joan Borsten


    Joan is a native of Los Angeles, California. She has a B.A. from the University of California at Berkeley and an M.S. from the University of Southern California. She served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in rural Panama, Joan lived in Israel and Italy for 12 years, working as a journalist for both The Jerusalem Post and The Los Angeles Times. She returned to the United States and successfully ran several businesses in the fields of aviation and entertainment. A Malibu resident, she believes Malibu - known for its temperate weather, clean air, spectacular vistas, and healthy life style - is the perfect location for an alcohol drug and treatment center.

Insurance & Payments

The Brentwood House for Women accepts a wide variety of PPO health insurance provider plans as well as fee for service cash payments for residential pain and addiction treatment and rehabilitation.

Because insurance plan coverage can change frequently and we are always adding new health insurers, we recommend calling the The Brentwood House for Women intake team at (800) 366-8101 to discuss insurance coverage, financial planning and payment arrangements for the treatment of alcohol and drug dependency delivered at the Brentwood House for Women.


The Brentwood House for Women is located in the upscale Los Angeles, California neighborhood of Brentwood just twenty minutes from Los Angeles International Airport. The Brentwood House for Women can provide door-to-door limousine car service for each of our registered clients.

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