Villa Santa Rosa

Bonita, CA

Villa Santa Rosa is a 4 beds, 3 baths, and approximately 3,500 square feet home located in the City of Bonita, Ca. Bonita is nestled between the cities of Chula Vista, National City, and San Diego.

The word Bonita is a feminine word for "beautiful" in the Spanish language. Bonita’s climate is a combination of the coastal and inland valley climates of San Diego County: warmer (and sunnier during the May Gray and June Gloom periods) than areas directly adjacent to San Diego Bay or the coast, but not as hot as communities in inland valleys In summer, Bonita's climate is pleasant.

Bonita is considered a rural and equestrian enclave in the middle of suburbia. One of the most visible features of Bonita recreational life is the walking trail which loops the Chula Vista Municipal Golf Course in central Bonita. Hundreds of residents walk, run, and ride this trail every day for pleasure and fitness, and the trail has become a vital component of Bonita life for many residents.
Equestrianism has long been a part of the Bonita community, and many trails exist throughout the Lower Sweetwater Valley. There are a number of connections to trails external to Bonita as well.

In addition, Bonita offers the Bonita Equestrian Therapy which is dedicated to improving the quality of life for individuals with disabilities by providing therapeutic riding activities in a safe, effective and compassionate environment. This recreational activity can improve coordination, muscular strength, motor skills, flexibility, and self-esteem, among other skills.

Mounted sessions improve muscle tone, balance, coordination, and confidence. Sessions working with horses on the ground builds a direct connection with the horse, builds trust and communication, and provides an opportunity for emotional release, unconditional acceptance, and a sense of accomplishment.

The following parks serve the Bonita community:

  • Fred H. Rohr Park
  • Sweetwater Regional Park
  • Sweetwater County Park
  • Sweetwater Reservoir Riding and Hiking Trail
  • Bonita Golf Course
  • Chula Vista Municipal Golf Course

Local Hospitals:

Sharp Chula Vista, Paradise Valley Hospital, Scripps Mercy Hospital-Chula Vista.

Villa Santa Rosa is a level 4i + Negotiated Rate, Community Placement Plan (CPP) home, funded by San Diego Regional Center (SDRC) through the California Department of Developmental Services (DDS) as one of the strategies to develop new and innovative service model homes as an alternative for individuals with developmental disabilities to reside in the community instead of institutional settings.
The services delivered at the VSR level of care are tailored for individual whom may have moderate to severe cognitive challenges and a history of severe behavioral challenges, which may include all or some of the following: verbal aggression, significant physical aggression, property destruction, self-abuse, resistive behaviors, inappropriate sexual behavior, impulsivity, hyperactivity, inappropriate urination and elopement. These behaviors may have resulted in injury to self or others. The individuals may have a psychiatric diagnosis and may at times require intensive staffing due to high frequency of behaviors or posing a significant safety risk. They may require periodic psychiatric hospitalizations due to mental health issues and will need ongoing psychological and psychiatric consultation. Some individuals may have complex health needs requiring nursing consultation.
Villa Santa Rosa was developed through the "Buy It Once" model in collaboration with the San Diego Regional Center and Brilliant Corners, a non-profit housing development organization (NPO). In this model, the NPO owns the property for the restricted use by SDRC clients. To ensure that homes developed through the CPP model are only available for use by SDRC clients, real estate deed restrictions or restrictive covenants are applied to the home.
Villa Santa Rosa is a Community Care Facilities (CCF) which is licensed by the Community Care Licensing Division of the State Department of Social Services to provide 24-hour non-medical residential care to adults with developmental disabilities who are in need of personal services, supervision, and/or assistance essential for self-protection or sustaining the activities of daily living. Based upon the types of services provided and the each individual served, the CCF is vendored by SDRC and is designated one of the following service levels:


Limited care and supervision for persons with self-care skills and no behavior problems.


Care, supervision, and incidental training for persons with some self-care skills and no major behavior problems.


Care, supervision, and ongoing training for persons with significant deficits in self-help skills, and/or some limitations in physical coordination and mobility, and/or disruptive or self-injurious behavior.


Care, supervision, and professionally supervised training for persons with deficits in self-help skills, and/or severe impairment in physical coordination and mobility, and/or severely disruptive or self-injurious behavior. Service Level 4 is subdivided into Levels 4a through 4i, in which staffing levels are increased to correspond to the escalating severity of disability levels.

Our Office

1607 Hoover Ave
National City, CA 91950

(619) 336-1602 Office
(877) 570-6616 Fax

Office Hours

Monday-Friday: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Weekend: Closed

On Call: 24/7

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