Our Vision

St. Monica’s is a trauma-informed substance abuse treatment campus that provides a gender-specific, individualized loving atmosphere. We incorporate evidence-based practices and spiritual choice for women and their families. Our processes are continuously improving, providing positive powerful empowerment by addressing substance abuse at the root cause. We are a team of highly skilled health professionals leading the substance abuse treatment industry globally with our innovative and effective programs and training.

Our Mission

St. Monica’s is committed to the recovery of women of all ages through empowerment, stability, and self-fulfillment.

Our Philosophy

We at St. Monica’s:

  • honor the weight of the human struggle that has led to personal trauma, mental illness and substance abuse; we daily support the strength of the human spirit to overcome and live life joyfully.

  • know that all women have tremendous resiliency and are able to realize their human potential through our recovery programs that are providing knowledge, love, structure and empowerment.

  • provide accountability and nurturing support that makes a healthy recovery possible; through our programs the hard work and road to successful recovery is there for every woman to walk.

  • believe in the power of families; that by helping families to heal, we break cycles of substance abuse and create a foundation where children can learn and grow in a healthy stable environment.

  • know that a woman demonstrating empowerment and self-actualization is using her strengths and is realizing self-sufficiency and independence; women in recovery provide unlimited value to herself, her family, her friends, her work and our entire community.

  • honor women of all cultures; our global community demonstrates culturally aware stewardship of the environment we all are sharing.

St. Monica’s has a commitment to providing programs of the highest quality that:

  • are culturally competent.

  • provide services in a way that promotes each woman’s ability to control her own life.

  • assist women in their healing journey with facilitation and support.

  • assist each woman in identifying her own strengths and needs, helping her generalize her strengths from one area of functioning to another.

  • emphasize each woman’s responsibility for meeting her needs and solving her own problems.

  • assist women with co-existing mental health concerns to understand and work with the issues.

  • aid each woman to identify relapse triggers and develop new patterns of coping with specific pressures and problems she will encounter.

  • encourage each woman to participate in self-help activities or groups.

  • trust the internal knowing of every woman and offer support and guidance to gain confidence in her ability to trust herself and her decisions for a healthy life.