Women’s Residential and Perinatal Program

Hollister, CA Women's Residential

This state-licensed recovery program located in Downtown Hollister provides a supportive environment for single women and women with small children seeking a life free from the devastating effects of drug and alcohol addiction. Certified counselors and recovery participants incorporate the principles of Social Model recovery, which utilize a peer-oriented, mutual help system that views the participant as a student, not a patient. Residents attend 12-step meetings, get a sponsor, and take personal responsibility for their own recovery. Taking Referrals starting June 5, 2020.

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335 6th Street, Hollister, CA 95023

Melissa Edwards, Director of Recovery Services

Services Include:

  • Full schedule of recovery based classes including recovery planning, communication skills and relapse awareness
  • Matrix Institute evidence based curriculum—Early Recovery, Relapse Awareness
  • Family Empowerment counseling sessions and support groups
  • Social Model/Resident Council
  • Social Model Detox/Withdraw Management
  • AA/NA Meetings
  • Planned activities for residents and long term recovery plans
  • Weekly aftercare for alumni
  • State Certified Counselors
  • Licensed by DHCS
  • CARF Accreditation
  • CCAPP Certified
  • Alls meals provided
  • On-site laundry facilities


  • Medi-Cal
  • Private Insurance
  • Self-Referral


  • Monterey County Behavioral Health
  • San Benito County Behavioral Health
  • Monterey County Probation
  • San Benito County Probation
  • Your Own Healthcare Provider
  • Your Own Health Insurance
  • Self-Referral

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Matrix Education Classes

The Matrix Program is a comprehensive, evidenced-based, individualized program with more than twenty years of research and development by the Matrix Institute of Addictions, an affiliate of the UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs.


Matrix is a structured treatment experience designed to give substance abusers the knowledge, structure, and support to allow them to achieve abstinence from drugs and alcohol and initiate a long-term program of recovery. Core areas addressed include early recovery skills, relapse prevention, and family education. Offered in English and Spanish.