Timberline Knolls, a renowned treatment center for women in the heart of the Midwest, is where true healing and recovery can be achieved from eating disorders, mood disorders, addictions, and other such concerns. By combining research-based methods of care with spiritual support, all who come for treatment have the opportunity to grow emotionally and transform their lives for the better.
At Skywood, we are deeply invested in helping you regain your health. Our programming approach to recovery is designed with that in mind, from individual and group therapy to adventure therapy, art therapy and yoga. Each of these activities builds on the others to get to the root causes of addiction, introduce healthy new habits, address any co-occurring mental health issues and provide the mental and physical space you need in order to heal. We also provide access to regular 12-Step meetings and peer support groups. What we do at Skywood is different for several reasons. First, we treat addiction and mental health at the same time in a highly integrated way, looking to restore a person’s physical, emotional, mental and spiritual well-being. Second, we focus on resolving trauma, underlying issues and deep-rooted emotional pain that often causes substance abuse in the first place. Lastly, we emphasize life skills that help each person build a foundation for sustainable, long-term recovery.
Proven Success. Since opening our doors in 1984, The Camp Recovery Center has helped thousands of men, women, and adolescents break free from the devastating cycle of addiction.Clinical Excellence. Our nationally-accredited program is run by an expert staff with extensive training. Our addiction counselors, family therapists, drug rehabilitation professionals, and nurses are dedicated to ensuring all individuals we treat develop the skills needed for long-term recovery.Adventurous Setting. Located in the beautiful Santa Cruz Mountains, we offer a variety of outdoor-focused activities to supplement group therapy and another recovery-related programming. From zip-lining to rock climbing, our ROPES course allows patients to build trust and let go.