Hearth Stone House Recovery Center

44500 San Pascual Avenue, Palm Desert, California, 92260



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Located on a tree-lined residential street in the California desert city of Palm Desert, Hearth Stone House (HSH) Recovery Center offers structured sober living paired with an intensive outpatient program (IOP). Treatment at HSH is intended for those who have already completed a stay at a residential rehab facility. It's one of 440 (33.6 percent of treatment facilities in California to provide long-term residential treatment (more than 30 days) in a non-hospital environment.


HSH pitches itself as an alternative to or adjunct to 12-step treatment. The center's programs utilize evidence-based practices such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and motivational interviewing (MI). They also provide dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), a modality offered by half of all substance abuse treatment facilities in California. Additionally, HSH offers unusual and cutting-edge treatments such as transcranial magnetic stimulation.

HSH provides more standard treatment methodologies as well, including individual, group, and family therapy; psychodrama; relapse prevention training; and life skills sessions. The program is rounded out by holistic offerings such as spiritual guidance, yoga, and outdoor activities.

Though the program doesn't include on-site 12-step meetings, clients are welcome to attend both 12-step and SMART Recovery meetings in the community. They may also opt to receive job and career coaching, a service offered by 46 percent of all California treatment facilities.


Staff includes psychiatrists, master's-level therapists, and certified addition counselors, as well as technicians and sober coaches.


The 9-bed house provides private rooms, each of which has its own bathroom. HSH offers an outdoor pool, a spa, a full kitchen, and a laundry room, as well as communal areas. The facility is also within walking distance of local shops, gyms, restaurants, and malls.


The single alum polled by Rehabs.com to date, a 26-to-39-year-old-male, gave mixed feedback. "Did not like it," they wrote. While they indicated that they left before treatment it was complete, and noted that they would not recommend Hearth Stone House to others, they did award the center five out of five stars for the overall quality of its group counseling, as well as the frequency, consistency, and safety of that counseling.

Hearth Stone House fared well on Google[1], where it earned three five-star reviews. Jordan, the one alum who left commentary, wrote: "Shows tough love but genuinely wants to help! House is beautiful too, pool and a hot tub that actually works."


There is currently no information provided on the facility's website regarding its costs, however, the single individual polled by Rehabs.com indicated that they paid for treatment using state and/or federal insurance.

[1] GoogleReviews

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  • Anonymous
    Nothing the progeams. Did not like it.

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