Cottage Residential Center

4.4 (15 reviews) ADD YOUR REVIEW
316 W. Montecito St.
Santa Barbara, CA 93101
8055697422 Visit Website
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  • Medicare is not Accepted
  • Medicaid is not Accepted
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Cottage Residential Center provides evidence-based addiction treatment services to chemically dependent men and women struggling with addiction and co-occurring psychiatric disorders. Cottage Residential offers inpatient detoxification, residential treatment, and outpatient services through an integrative, family-oriented approach that produces lasting results. Emergency services and crisis intervention are available as well.

Cottage Residential Center Reviews and Ratings Details

The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.

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So you get someone going in recovery and supposedly really care but when there is a threat of no coverage that all stops. Oh we don\'t care anymore it\'s all about the dollars !


Family counseling is above average Some staff can deter clients forward progress by using outdated counseling theory like being confrontational. Helpful in discharge planning


Fellowship was nice...I didn't like the coldness A lot of people in this facility didn't seem sincere. Most of the them had been through already.


Staff's level of training and/or experience; general program for both acute treatment and assistance to outpatient and the "alumni"were great :) As an extension of Cottage Hospital in Santa Barbara, I...


CRC is a wonderful program for some but I feel that there should be more empahais on how to get along with others and boundaries. I currently live at the Giving Tree and since a arrival of a new roomm...


Enjoyed the experience there! afraid to leave at first! learned lots of great tools!


Communication with clients and community connection. Not strong on required sponsor relationship with clients.


Consistency. The program is good. Can't control the addict ;( It's about the underlying psychological issues and addressing that and honesty. Without input from others, staff are left to Believe wh...


The counsellors are amazing, and truly helped with my couples counseling. I loved the continuing program of alumni group. Their support of 12 steps is tremendous and saved my life. All the staff is ve...


Caring staff who individualized treatment plan. Cost was high. If I was to ever need treatment again, I would definitely go to CRC again. I learned alot there!


Strengths: Staff's level of training and/or experience; general program for both acute treatment and assistance to outpatient and the "alumni" :) Weakness: ...sometimes the food would look better afte...


Absolutely wonderful staff, well most of them anyway. Great location! Food was good, even the food I'm not supposed to eat when I'm there to visit. Need to install a hot tubs and 65" flat screen tvs...


Adequate staffing, professional, high level of family involvement, off-site location (not in the hospital) and good aftercare.


Program itself is comprehensive and wonderful. A few staffing issues at that time were problematic. Over-all program is fabulous. I continued without patient/AA. Relapsed after 15 months.


CRC changed my life. The staff truly care about each resident and provided me with the tools to create a better, happier, sober future for myself and my family. I also made many lifelong, quality frie...

Key Staff Members
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    Julio Soares - Chief of Staff - Goleta Valley Cottage Hospital

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    Babji Mesipam - Chief of Staff- Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital