Woodcrest is a residential substance abuse treatment facility exclusively for men. The gender-specific rehab focuses on the issues specific to men in recovery, providing clients with a safe, non-judgmental environment to break down barriers and speak freely. Highly qualified substance abuse counselors and therapists engage clients in cognitive behavioral therapy, behavior modification and an introduction to the 12-Step method of recovery. Men learn how adapt and employ the coping skills necessary to live a clean and sober life.
For over 27 years Craig Lambdin has been the Executive Director of MFI (My Family, Inc.) Recovery Center, a comprehensive behavioral health nonprofit organization in Riverside, CA. Mr. Lambdin is an adjunct faculty professor at the Loma Linda University Marriage and Family Sciences Program, Graduate Division where he teaches marital therapy and supervises the university counseling program.More
Lisa started at MFI Recovery Center in September 1991. After graduating from our very own Day Treatment Program, Lisa came to work as a Counselor Trainee. In 1992 she was instrumental in opening a new location in the Pass Area providing services to Banning, Beaumont, Cabazon and surrounding areas. Lisa currently ensures the smooth operation of the Administration building and outreach to other treatment programs to share the mission of the agency. Lisa believes that compassion and understanding is the key to making people feel comfortable in an otherwise difficult situation.More
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