PCH Treatment Center arranges housing for clients who wish to reside in a supervised group setting while participating in PCH’s Treatment with Supportive Housing. We offer three housing options—a Women’s House, Men’s House and a Co-ed House—near the PCH Treatment Center Clinic, a short walk through a quiet residential neighborhood.
The residence houses offer PCH clients the opportunity to live with people who are dealing with similar problems and challenges in life while working together to promote healing. The houses allow clients to live as a family, share meals, and spend time together in a supportive living environment. The houses are fully furnished with all the amenities necessary to help clients feel comfortable and at home. Healthy meals are provided though clients are permitted and encouraged to cook for themselves if they prefer. Clients are encouraged to participate in nearby community amenities, including the Mar Vista Recreation Center where clients can play basketball and tennis. There is also a bowling alley and public library adjacent to the houses.
PCH Treatment Center can arrange a Transitional Living option for PCH clients and non-clients. Transitional living is designed for clients who are moving towards independent living but still need some support and structure to manage their daily lives. It is appropriate for individuals transitioning from a “higher level” of care, such as a psychiatric hospital or residential treatment center, who are not quite ready to live on their own.