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Our Service Mission

CORE BELIEF #3

We are able to respect and appreciate the individual's uniqueness. It is our differences that make our communities strong. Members within our communities are acknowledged as each individual potentially offers a positive contribution.

 

Happy Anniversary, Touchstones!

Touchstones celebrates 28 years today! On March 25, 1992, we admitted our first three residents. Today, Touchstones residents and staff see ourselves as family where there is sobriety, growth, mutual respect, and support. Value is placed on each other’s differences creating a spirit of loving, learning, and contributing. Social Model Recovery Systems, Inc took possession of Touchstones, a property in Orange County, and for 28 years, we have been providing services to adolescents! Today, we honored and celebrated this anniversary with a small presentation and a birthday cake (In remembrance of Patti O., as well). The staff of Touchstones is grateful to be involved with this historic moment. Happy Anniversary, Touchstones! We thank everyone who has helped to make this possible. 

CORE BELIEF #2

 

We are all examples to others; our actions influence those around us. We role model healthy behaviors through encouraging positive self-esteem and understanding appropriate boundaries. We strive to conduct ourselves in a responsible manner that demonstrates growth and change.

 

CORE BELIEF #1

 

At the very foundation of a social model program is the environment that is created to support each participant. Change may best occur when participants feel nurtured in a safe, stable, and enriched setting. This environment is predicated on communicating with one another in an open, honest, and clear manner.

California Community Opioid Conference: POSTPONED

 

Black History Month

In celebration of Black History Month, Royal Palms hosted a traditional soul food dinner along with Bimini, Rena B and Mariposa. Our residents had the opportunity to listen to key speaker Frinzetta Henry who celebrates 36 years of sobriety as she shares her story and emphasizes on the importance of her culture and historical role models such as Harriet Tubman.