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Shelly Tichelaar

About Shelly Tichelaar

How it all started Mark and Shelly Tichelaar have seen people be put on medication alone to solve their drug dependency, addiction, or mental illness. One thing they observed with such a limited type of treatment: it only serves to solve the problem temporarily, and does nothing to improve the quality of life of the suffering individual. So an idea grew in their mind—they envisioned that they could help people with addiction and mental problems by taking a slightly different attitude toward treatment. Thus, they set out to build a treatment center that emphasized a more holistic approach and a highly personal level of care, and in 2011, Ranch Creek Recovery was born. Our goal is to provide an intimate and peaceful environment free from distractions where our clients can explore their personal issues and discover the strength within themselves to recover from their malady. Through therapeutic and holistic methods, we will equip our clients with the tools they need to regain control, improve their physical and emotional wellbeing, and do away with the fear of implementing changes that have a positive impact in their lives. Ranch Creek Recovery sits on nine acres of private property, in an ideal location, surrounded by serene mountains during the day and a great view of Temecula Valley’s city lights at night. Inside, the beautiful and relaxing décor makes our patients feel more at ease and aids in the total healing of their mind, body, and spirit.

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