Open Accessibility Menu

Casa Colina at Rancho Piño Verde

A place to call home for people with brain injuries

Casa Colina at Rancho Piño Verde is a 31-bed facility offering respite, intermediate, and long-term residential care for individuals who have experienced traumatic or acquired brain injury (TBI or ABI) and are behaviorally challenged. Since 1989, Casa Colina at Rancho Piño Verde has provided structured and semi-independent living to meet the unique needs of these clients in a manner that recognizes their dignity and self-esteem.

Our broad client base ranges from fully dependent, non-ambulatory individuals to ambulatory, semi-independent residents who undergo continuing education at nearby Victor Valley Community College. We offer 26 licensed beds for structured living and 5 non-licensed beds for semi-independent living.

Community Focus

When a person experiences a brain injury, often they must relearn the appropriate way to interact with others. This is why we offer a wide range of individual and group activities—including behavioral and educational programming, wellness clinics overseen by a licensed physical therapist, and social excursions—to help residents establish healthy routines and enjoy productive, rewarding lives.

The Safety and Comfort of Home

Our airy, light-filled interior spaces and well-appointed private and semi-private bedrooms convey comfort and security. Outside, the expansive 20-acre property offers a pool and spa, fitness room, stocked fishing ponds, pasture with farm animals, and more, all set amid gorgeous Spanish/ranch-style architecture. Beyond the property, the surrounding rural landscape provides a peaceful, low-stimulus environment that minimizes elopement risk.


  • Well-appointed private and semi-private rooms with call lights
  • Spanish/ranch-style décor and architecture
  • Full-service kitchen and dining area
  • 20 acres of land in a rural ranch setting
  • 1,600-square-foot recreation center with satellite television, arcade games, table games, and gym
  • Outdoor pool and spa (4.5-foot maximum depth)
  • Two large fishing ponds fully stocked with blue gill, catfish, and small-mouth bass
  • Accommodations for pets
  • Facility-sponsored transportation for all local activities

Recreational Activities:

  • Swimming and fishing
  • Physical exercise and other recreation
  • Farm animals including horses, emus, and ducks
  • Community outings to local movie theaters, stores, and malls
  • Community-sponsored activities and church services
  • Trips to the mountains, sporting events, and theme parks
  • Participation in Casa Colina’s landmark Outdoor Adventures program
  • General and adaptive education at Victor Valley Community College

Functional Activities:

  • Activities of daily living (grooming, hygiene, clothing selection, etc.)
  • Meal preparation assistance (for individuals who choose to make their own meals)
  • Pro-social interaction and skill building
  • Community spending and money management
  • Supervised community integration
  • Medication and behavior assistance

Professionally Staffed

Rest assured that your client or loved one is in caring, capable hands 24 hours a day. All programming at Casa Colina’s Rancho Piño Verde facility is conducted under the supervision of a board-certified medical director and is fully supported by a professional staff that includes:

  • Administration
  • Nurses
  • Dietician
  • Certified medical and nursing assistants
  • Activity coordinators
  • Residential aides trained in crisis prevention intervention

And of course residents have access to Casa Colina’s complete continuum of medical and rehabilitative care that has served our community for more than 80 years.


This referral-based program accepts payment through workers’ compensation, regional centers, medical/long-term insurers, Department of Behavioral Health, Department of Mental Health, and private pay.

Licensed by the Department of Social Services, Community Care Licensing Division #360909246.

Casa Colina Hospital and Centers for Healthcare is pleased to contract with various Regional Centers for some services. The Department of Developmental Services is committed to providing mechanisms for the resolution of problems and complaints when they arise. The Consumer Rights Complaint Process is a mechanism to be used when an individual consumer, or any representative acting on behalf of a consumer, believes that any right has been wrongly or unfairly denied by a regional center, developmental center, or a service provider. Consumers have the right to pursue appeals via the Department of Developmental Services appeals page or by phone at 916/654-1987.

For more information on our long-term residential services, please call 760/248-6245 or contact us now.

Patient Stories
Our Continuum of Care