"Nothing is predestined: The obstacles of your past can become the gateways that lead to new beginnings."



Maynord’s Recovery Center has been leading the way in substance abuse and addiction treatment services for 36 years. Helping men and women over the age of 18 abstain from the use of drugs and alcohol and maintain long term sobriety.Located near Yosemite National Forest and in the foothills in the Sierra Nevada our 22 acre ranch is in a serene setting with walking trails around a beautiful pond, there is a basketball court, Volleyball court with sand, plenty of outside sports equipment and an exercise room.


Most every recovery program begins with detoxification. Clearing your body of the toxins that have built up over the course of your addiction is a vital first step towards treatment. Once the bio-chemical effects of addiction are addressed, we can begin the process of mental and emotional healing. Detox is frequently the most challenging task an addict or alcoholic to face on their road to full recovery. We provide a safe, comfortable detox to take you through the process.


Ask about our 28 day Private Pay discounted rate including transportation.

We are here for you 24 hours a day, call now to speak to our staff (800)228-8208  for the help you deserve! We pride ourselves to be readily available to each and every person seeking our services.

The decision to seek treatment for your addiction is a crucial one, and it’s one that shouldn’t be complicated by a confusing or difficult admissions process.
At Maynord’s Recovery Center, we do everything we can to make it easy for you to get the help you need.

  • The main house at the Ranch.
  • Laying Canadian Goose. We have hundreds that migrate through.
  • Maynord sign
  • Serenity Maynord's mini horse.
  • One of Maynord's cows.
  • Laying Hen.
  • One of Maynord's bunnies.
  • Chicken Coup.
  • Maynord's Pond which houses fish and seasonal turtles.
  • Serenity and staff.
  • Canadian goose keeping her eggs warm.
  • More Geese.
  • The cows and Serenity.
  • Wild Turkeys