Duffy’s Napa Valley Rehab is a comprehensive addiction treatment program that is dedicated to helping people who have been struggling with addictions to alcohol, prescription medications, and other drugs. Our goal is to empower individuals to break free from the chains of chemical dependency and find hope and encouragement through a program of education, physical nurturing, structured disciplines, and the development of the living skills that are necessary to achieve lasting sobriety. Duffy’s is located on 23 acres in historic Calistoga, California, which is in the northern part of the beautiful Napa Valley. We are located on a serene former hot spring resort at the base of majestic Mt. St Helena. There are seven capped geysers on our grounds, and the Old Faithful geyser of California goes off hourly just across the road from our place. Every year, Calistoga’s natural beauty, authentic Victorian architecture, mineral hot springs, and many other features attract visitors from across the United States
around the world. Among the many accolades that have been bestowed upon this special place, in 2001 the National Trust for Historic Preservation included Calistoga on its “Dozen Distinctive Destinations” list. Duffy’s is proud to be a longtime member of the Calistoga community. In the decades since Gene Duffy founded our program in 1967, we have had the opportunity to serve and enhance the lives of more than 40,000 individuals and their families. When Gene Duffy founded this program, it was one of the nation’s first 28-day treatment programs in the entire country. Today, we remain a leader in the effort to refine, enhance, and improve the type and quality of care that is available to individuals and families. We continue to closely monitor the areas in this field that we believe need to be addressed further, and we are committed to remaining at the forefront of the effort to provide the most focused and effective care.
Location: 3076 Myrtledale Rd, Calistoga , CA 94515
The mission of Duffy’s Napa Valley Rehab is to help people who suffer from addictions to alcohol, prescription medications, or other substances break the bonds of addiction and find hope and encouragement through a program of education, physical nurturing, structured discipline, and the development of the living skills necessary to achieve a life of lasting sobriety.