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Rena B. Recovery Center

4445 Burns Avenue, Los Angeles, California, 90029
Rena B. Recovery Home’s mission is to provide quality addiction treatment services to welfare-dependent men and women. The residential rehab offers a six-month recovery program in a safe, structured and supportive living environment designed to educate and empower each resident. Adult education and vocational guidance programs give clients the opportunity to take control and plan for the future, while 12-Step work, one-on-one therapy, group counseling and other therapeutic modalities help clients learn to manage their addiction and live a sober life.

Facility Highlights

  • Individual Counseling
  • Life Skills Development
  • Anger Management


  • Individual Therapy

    This term describes one-on-one therapy, in which a patient and trained counselor, social worker, psychologist or psychiatrist meets privately with a patient to discuss challenges related to lifestyle, work, family and romantic relationships that may have contributed to the development of an addiction.
  • 12-Step

    The term “12 Step Program” describes a way to recover from addiction that is based on the model developed by Alcoholics Anonymous. Many drug and alcohol treatment centers base their treatment on 12 steps – the first three of which are situational, the next four addressing the practical issues created by the addiction, followed by two steps focused on making amends for hurting others. Steps 10 and 11 involve a deeper examination of the previous steps and the final step is focused on helping others avoid and recover from addiction.

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I am a recovering addict and this place saved my life. I went in having depression, anxiety attack, and a meth addict. I didn't want to live but the staffs and fellow residents really support me throughout my recovery and now i am clean for 4 months and equip to face the world instead of just want to use meth to kill myself slowly. You have to be humble and really surrender all so the program can work you and not attempt to run your own progarm.
    The luxurious Rena B saved my life, and If you are ready it can and will save yours..the entire staff from the kitchen to the director has something to offer IF you have an open mind and are READY for a new experiance... layaside everything you think you know about the steps, the book, the program, your disease (yes it is a disease), yourself, and ESPECIALLY everything you think you know about GOD.. You can always pick those beliefs back up later so don't throw them away just lay them aside for 60 or 90 days ....every single staff member has knowledge and are eager to give you some of that knowledge but you have to be open to receive it. You get feed physically, mentally, and spiritually. .i didn't want to use names out of respect for your privacy but y'all know who you are I LOVE EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU ... You all have given me bits and pieces knowledge, love, guidance, strength, encouragement and hope I am forever grateful for the Rena B...
      I don't agree with the way the system is but I absolutely loved my counselor she was good ppl Idk her name but she had super short blond hair at the very back of the building kudos for helping me with the taxi still clean and sober and loving life I'm very blessed thank God
        I come my first program was the Maryland Foundation Rena B Recovery Home Royal Palms Recovery Home in Bimini recovery home I've been to all three houses many of times is it good program and always been a good program I just wasn't ready but that was back in the days when is accepted General Relief and food stamps I want back to the Maryland foundation in 2001 Rena B and I completed the program and I start volunteering as a housekeeper I got hired as an employee and I got promoted as a first face advocate and I work for the Rena B for 2002 to 2006 and then back then the manager didn't like me end up getting me fired back then the director for what he said and I end up going out and using and drinking over it then I came back to the Maryland Foundation in 2011 of June 16th Bimini house got me a sponsor want through the 12 steps and been clean and sober every since when I got to the Bimini recovery home I had a desire to stay clean and sober I am coming up on 7 years now by the grace of God when I got to the Bimini house it was assistant manager mr. Manuel the manager was curl very very very very good people I'm very spiritual fit and they helped me a lot and I love them I think the Bimini from my life and I think the Maryland foundation for my life amen have a blessed wonderful day
          This place should be under government review. It appears that they week internal controls and they don't appear to have the patients best interest in mind. The staff is ill equipped to handle the seriousness of which they are being entrusted to do. They have a high turn-over rate which shows that they have week controls. They process payments and provide no accounting for those payments. The premises are not well kept, it looks like any run down ghetto, project housing unit. Suggestions- Prepare a mission statement and stick to it. replace the existing staff and get people in there that are professionals, not X addicts with limited use of the therapeutic techniques and languages. Bottom line this place is a mess and it will not treat anyone's addiction.