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California Drug Rehab Centers

Narconon Warner Springs Narconon Southern California
Location: Warner Springs, CA - 92086
Contact Phone: (760) 782-0471
Website: http://www.narconon.org/
Description: Narconon provides effective drug rehabilitation programs for those already in the grip of addiction and drug information, education about the effects of drugs.
A Program Of Horizon Services Inc Project Eden
Location: Hayward, CA - 94541
Contact Phone: (510) 247-8200
Website: http://www.horizonservices.org
Description: Project Eden was founded in the late 1960’s by a Castro Valley pediatrician and a Hayward School District administrator responding to the escalating drug problems of the community’s youth. For over thirty years, Project Eden has provided a wide variety of substance abuse prevention, intervention, and treatment services to children, adolescents, adults, families, and communities in the Hayward and San Lorenzo Area. Project Eden receives Private (Foundations) and Public (City, County, and State) funding to support our services. We also receive donations from community individuals and organizations. Our programs have identified an increasing need for services for youth who are already using or abusing alcohol or other drugs, or who are exhibiting behavior which puts them at extremely high risk for abusing alcohol or other drugs. (Such at-risk behavior might include living in a family where a parent or other family member is or has been abusing alcohol or other drugs; having a conflictual relationship with parents; getting bad grades at school; having conduct problems at home and school; getting in trouble with the juvenile justice system; struggling with sexual identity issues; or suffering from emotional problems such as depression.)
L.a. Relationship Center
Location: Santa Monica, CA - 90404
Contact Phone: (310) 493-1553
Website: http://www.losangelesrelationshipcenter.com/
Description: Founded by Vera Eck, M.F.T., the Los Angeles Relationship Center is a unique partnership of therapists who are 100% dedicated to helping people heal their relationships. Combining proven, evidence-based therapy techniques with a warm, personable and safe environment, our experienced clinicians are here to help you reach your personal growth goals while improving your overall quality of life.
Outpatient Detox And Methadone Maintenance Western Pacific Fullerton Program
Location: Fullerton, CA - 92831
Contact Phone: (714) 992-4770
Website: http://www.westpacmed.com/
Description: The mission of Western Pacific Med/Corp is to provide evidence based narcotic treatment services to any eligible person seeking them.These services shall be provided in a cost effective, high quality, humane, culturally sensitive, and non-discriminatory manner. By providing these services the community will be enriched with an increased level of public health, a decrease in criminal activity and a safer more enjoyable place to live.
Cottage Residential Center Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital
Location: Santa Barbara, CA - 93101
Contact Phone: (805) 569-7422
Website: http://www.cottagehealthsystem.org
Description: Cottage Residential Center offers affordable treatment programs for those recovering from alcohol and chemical dependency. CRC provides solutions that empower recovery, restore dignity, and reconnect families. CRC is staffed around the clock by a team of experienced chemical dependency professionals, including psychotherapists trained in dual-diagnosis. Referrals to physician specialists and physicians certified in addiction medicine are also available. The center combines a highly structured environment with individual, group, and family treatments, together with a full complement of activities incorporating education,stress management, coping skills development, relapse prevention, and continuing recovery care and planning. Since 1975, Cottage Health System has been dedicated to providing the most up-to-date, effective, and dignified treatment for alcoholism and drug addiction. The center serves Santa Barbara and the entire Central Coast, and offers a reasonable cost alternative to rehabilitation in a hospital setting, with all the resources of a major medical center nearby.
Substance Abuse Program San Benito County
Location: Hollister, CA - 95023
Contact Phone: (831) 636-4020
Website: http://www.cosb.us/
Description: Provides a unique bilingual center where individuals and family members can seek accurate information and private counseling for their alcohol or other drug-related problems.
Paul Booth Mft Cadc Ncacii
Location: Ventura, CA - 93003
Contact Phone: (805) 642-6779
Website: http://www.paulbooth.net
Description: Paul Booth, MS, MFT, NCACII is a Licensed psychotherapist (Lic. #35900) and holds a masters degree in educational counseling psychology (Marriage Family & Child Counseling) and bachelor degrees in chemical dependency studies and psychology. Paul is a Certified On-Line Therapist (#00022), state (CAADAC #034021) and nationally (NCACII #007995) and internationally certified addictions counselor, Relapse Prevention Specialist, Clinical Hypnotherapist (CHT #194-192) and credentialed educator. Mr. Booth is also a CAADAC certified clinical supervisor (CS #032-035) of chemical dependency counselors. Paul lives in Ventura and currently works with the Physicians Diversion Program of the Medical Board of the State of California. He also has provided relapse prevention services and family group counseling for Miracle Recovery Home for women for the past six years. He has organized and led men's groups, adult children/codependency and recovery retreats. Paul has worked with the Los Angeles National Council on Alcoholism as a community prevention specialist and the staff therapist and emotional care coordinator for Aids Care, Inc. He was also a teacher at the Health Careers Academy at Rio Mesa High School in Oxnard and a recovery educator for the Ventura Sheriff's Department. His private practice provides therapy for individuals, couples, and families, as well as On-Line Therapy. He also is a designated provider of services for the Dept. of Transportation SAP services to many government, health, and recovery organizations in Ventura County. He has over 17 years experience developing and managing prominent addiction recovery programs in Southern California. He has trained with Terry Gorski, Stephanie Brown, John Bradshaw and was a facilitator of Terry Kellogg's Lifeworks Clinic for 5 years. He has extensive training in all areas of the recovery process with an emphasis on Proactive Relapse Prevention planning and recovery support networking. He is an enthusiastic and energetic instructor who utilizes humor, personal experience, and research and case examples in his teachings. He offers several workshops at Ventura College, UC Santa Barbara, and throughout the community. He is also available for corporate and community workshops and presentations.
Hayward Recovery Center Second Chance Inc
Location: Hayward, CA - 94544
Contact Phone: (510) 886-8696
Website: http://www.secondchanceinc.com
Description: It takes a lot of courage to walk in the door of a substance abuse treatment center. Whether you have already made the decision or you are still thinking it over, we want to help you any way we can. People get here in different ways. Some are sent by Courts or other authorities, some come at the urging of family or employers, while others “show up on their own”. Some are relieved to finally get help, while others are angry about finding themselves here. What they all share is that substance abuse has created a problem they can no longer ignore. Second Chance staff are qualified by both education and experience to help you begin your journey to recovery. We understand the uncertainty you may feel. We won’t pretend that getting better isn’t hard work. But recovery can turn your life around and let you live better than you may think possible. We can show you a way out. And you don’t have to do it alone. At Second Chance you will find friends for the journey.
Alcohol Recovery Facility Duffys Myrtledale Inc
Location: Calistoga, CA - 94515
Contact Phone: (888) 717-9724
Website: https://www.duffysrehab.com/
Description: Located on a 21-acre hot springs resort in the upper Napa Valley, Duffy's serene location helps our guests relax and rejuvenate while healing from their addiction.
Child And Family Services Department United Indian Health Services
Location: Arcata, CA - 95521
Contact Phone: (707) 825-5060
Website: http://www.unitedindianhealthservices.org/
Description: The history of the United Indian Health Services began in 1968. It was a time when Native activism coincided with the nation-wide Civil Rights Movement and the Office of Economic Opportunity programs. Together these factors helped create a new era of self-determination for Indian peoples. In California, where health services were so lacking, Indian groups formed their own health organizations. Each maintained its separate programs but together they started the California Rural Indian Health Board Inc. (CRIHB), an organization which continues providing its members with a variety of quality improvement and advocacy services. Sheer determination, hard work and financial sacrifice paid off when UIHS became an official non-profit organization, ready to serve people in 1970. UIHS started with community outreach services. The first services provided on site were dental services. UIHS continued to expand it's services into nearly every large town within Humboldt County, as well as servicing tribal members from every Rancheria and Reservation in the areas of Humboldt and Del Norte Counties. The use of UIHS mobile services allowed the clinic to provide services to tribal members who still lived in areas that had no electricity or telephones. Over the next twenty years UIHS outgrew four sites, started several satellite clinics, and went from offering basic visiting community health representative's, dental and medical services to a thoroughly modern, full spectrum health service agency. Along the way UIHS has increasingly realized it's goal of incorporating traditional values and customs into daily activities.
Siskiyou Alcohol And Drug Abuse Services
Location: Yreka, CA - 96097
Contact Phone: (530) 841-4890
Website: http://www.co.siskiyou.ca.us/
Description: Alcohol and Other Drug Services (AOD) provides a continuum of care including prevention through intensive outpaitient treatment programs for youth and adults.
Mfi Recovery Center - Riverside Admin Office & Outpatient Services
Location: Riverside, CA - 92504
Contact Phone: (951) 683-4239
Website: http://www.mfirecovery.com/
Description: Our administration office is the first stop on the journey to an addiction-free life. This is where intake counselors and clients meet for a confidential and professional assessment. This is an essential step to determine the level of care and specific needs of each individual seeking substance abuse treatment. Our office is open Monday through Friday, and is accessible via the bus system. Appointments are required.
Substance Abuse Treatment Program Family And Children Services
Location: San Jose, CA - 95126
Contact Phone: (408) 292-9353
Website: http://www.fcservices.org
Description: Since 1948, Family & Children Services of Silicon Valley has been improving the lives of children, teens, and adults in our community through emotional and mental health services. We counsel teens at risk of suicide, prepare foster youth for success, assist veterans and their families, and help families heal from violence, abuse, and addiction. Addiction to drugs or alcohol affect one’s daily life and the lives of loved ones. For more than 20 years, we have provided outpatient treatment for adults, as well as prevention programs for elementary and middle-school children and their families. We are part of the system of care administered by the County of Santa Clara Department of Alcohol & Drug Services (DADS). Our clients come to us through the County’s Gateway referral system, which coordinates clients’ treatment along the continuum of detoxification, residential treatment, outpatient treatment combined with transitional housing, and outpatient treatment.
Chemical Dependency Counseling Center San Joaquin County
Location: Stockton, CA - 95202
Contact Phone: (209) 468-3720
Website: http://www.co.san-joaquin.ca.us/OSA/
Description: Substance Abuse Services is responsible for the coordination of alcohol and drug treatment and prevention efforts in San Joaquin County. We provide a range of drug and alcohol treatment services for residents of San Joaquin County, including outpatient, day treatment and residential treatment services. Prevention services offered include programs designed to build youth leadership skills, offer alternatives, and develop awareness of the impact of drugs and alcohol on our community. The mission of San Joaquin County Behavioral Health Services is to partner with the community to provide integrated, culturally and linguistically competent mental health and substance abuse services to meet the prevention, intervention, treatment and recovery needs of San Joaquin County residents. The vision of San Joaquin County Behavioral Health Services is to collaborate as a resilient team exploring changes, sharing ideas, striving to empower consumers, families, volunteers and care providers toward building hope, addressing disparities, and fostering wellness and recovery through individual strength-based treatment. The personal commitment of every individual contributes to the overall success and integrity of the organization, creating a caring, positive, fiscally responsible and productive environment.
R Quest
Location: Pleasanton, CA - 94566
Contact Phone: (925) 426-0501
Website: http://www.rquest.org
Description: R-Quest Counseling is located in the heart of Pleasanton, California and has been serving the Tri-Valley and surrounding areas for over 10 years. Individuals and families seeking help for their personal issues are treated with compassion and respect in a safe, secure atmosphere. Professional counseling is readily available, effective and confidential. The mission is to provide a continuum of services to meet the needs of a highly diverse group of adults and their families suffering from chemical dependancy, codependency, nutritional and emotional health issues. R-Quest counselors provide services that promote health and abundant living.
Inland Behavioral And Health Services Inc
Location: San Bernardino, CA - 92405
Contact Phone: (909) 881-6146
Website: http://ibhealth.org/
Description: Inland Behavioral & Health Services is a community based non-profit Federally Qualified Healthcare Provider with three locations in the city of San Bernardino. We offer many different health services including Medical, Dental, and Mental healthcare.
Prevention Services (steps) Special Treatment Education And
Location: Bakersfield, CA - 93306
Contact Phone: (661) 871-3353
Website: http://www.steps-inc.com/
Description: STEPS is a nonprofit organization that provides Driving Under the Influence (DUI) and other services in metropolitan Bakersfield, California. Our staff are compassionate and non-judgmental. They work with you to help get your driver's license back. When you arrive at STEPS, you choose your own goals that best fit your time schedule. We provide Driving Under the Influence Program (DUI) in two locations in Bakersfield: Mt. Vernon Avenue across from Bakersfield College, and Rosedale Highway. We also provide Minor Alcohol and Drug Education Program (MAADEP) services in Bakersfield.
Tavarua Health Services
Location: Pico Rivera, CA - 90660
Contact Phone: (562) 695-0737
Website: http://www.americanhealthservices.org/
Description: Established in 1983, Eldorado Community Service Centers, American Health Services, and their affiliated healthcare providers hold over 30 years of experience providing medical, mental health, and substance abuse treatment services. We are committed to excellence and dedicated to the wellness of the communities we serve. Our leadership team is comprised of a unique set of individuals with expertise in, and a keen understanding, of the healthcare environment.
Twin Town Treatment Centers
Location: Torrance, CA - 90502
Contact Phone: (310) 787-1335
Website: http://www.twintowntreatmentcenters.com
Description: Located in Torrance, Redondo Beach, South Bay Los Angeles communities, Twin Town Treatment Centers is a premier provider of alcoholism and drug addiction treatment for many communities in Southern California. Torrance, Redondo Beach, South Bay Los Angeles communities, are homes to diverse communities which include business owners, corporate employees, and entrepreneurs. Twin Town offers Adult and Adolescent Alcoholism and Drug Addiction Treatment at our six locations: Mission Viejo, West Hollywood, Orange, North Hollywood, Los Alamitos, Torrance. Many residential and inpatient programs refer to Twin Town for continuity of care and aftercare services. Twin Town provides alcoholism and drug addiction treatment for adults and adolescents in separate programs. The alcoholism and drug addiction treatment program emphasizes abstinence, relapse prevention, disease model education, family codependency counseling, problem solving skills, stress management, and family communication skills. Each client is enrolled in three hours of treatment programming per day, up to six days per week in the first month. Sessions decrease in duration and intensity during four months of continuing care.
Treatment Access Program (tap) San Francisco Dept Of Public Health
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94103
Contact Phone: (415) 503-4730
Website: http://www.sfdph.org/dph/comupg/oservices/mentalHlth/TAP/
Description: The Treatment Access Program (TAP) is the assessment, referral and placement unit of the Community Behavioral Health Services (CBHS), Community Programs - Placement Division. TAP directly assesses clients who self refer or are referred by various providers throughout the City. In addition, TAP has two staff stationed at San Francisco General Hospital (SFGH) that work closely with the hospital social workers, in administering triage and post discharge placements into community-based programs. TAP also comprises two programs for mandated clients connected with the legal justice system. These are the San Francisco Drug Court Treatment Center and the Substance Abuse Crime Prevention Act (SACPA Unit. These two units work closely with the Criminal Justice system in order to assist in the appropriate placement of count mandated clients into the City’s publicly funded treatment system.
Mhs - North County Center For Change
Location: Vista, CA - 92083
Contact Phone: (760) 940-1836
Website: https://www.mhsinc.org/
Description: North County Center for Change is the case management and treatment provider for San Diego’s North County Division Adult Drug Court. We work collaboratively with other members of the Drug Court Team, who include the Judge, court support staff, District Attorney, Public Defender, and law enforcement liaison officers. As the treatment provider on the Drug Court Team, North County Center for Change helps our clients achieve success in living a productive life that is free of criminal activity. Our treatment services offer group and individual counseling, and our case management services provide for mental health, education, employment and community referral needs.
New Resolve Program Veterans Village Of San Diego
Location: Escondido, CA - 92025
Contact Phone: (760) 745-7829
Website: http://www.vvsd.net/
Description: The New Resolve program includes: Working with a case manager to plan and maintain a healthier, more productive life style; Participants should expect to develop and follow a solid recovery plan; Engage in individual and group therapy; Improve their independent and social living skills; New residents will work with the Job Development Team to become employed as soon as possible after entering the Program
Mcmillen House Beacon House Association Of San Pedro
Location: San Pedro, CA - 90731
Contact Phone: (310) 514-4940
Website: http://www.thebeaconhouse.org/
Description: The McMillen House is located at 1012 Palos Verdes Street in San Pedro, California. This 2 story building, built in 1918, houses 24 phase II residents. It has approximately 8,620 square feet of living space. Formerly called The Palos Verdes House, it has been renamed in honor of The McMillen Family Foundation after they graciously funded a major remodeling of the building.
Daniel Bryant Youth And Family Center
Location: Santa Barbara, CA - 93101
Contact Phone: (805) 730-7575
Website: http://www.sbcada.org
Description: The Daniel Bryant Youth & Family Treatment Center, founded in 2001, provides safe, effective outpatient treatment for young people ages 12-18 who are struggling with alcohol and other drug problems. Our adolescent treatment services are founded upon an evidence-based curriculum, The Matrix Model for Teens and Young Adults, that gives young clients the knowledge, structure, and support to evaluate the significance of their drug and alcohol use, move them to a place of abstinence, and provide support for sustained recovery. Treatment consists of group counseling, drug testing, and individual crisis counseling as needed.
Riverside County Substance Abuse Program
Location: Corona, CA - 92880
Contact Phone: (951) 737-2962
Website: http://www.rcdmh.org/
Description: Substance Use Programs provide accessible, high quality treatment services for alcohol, other substance use problems and or other addictions. We offer a wide range of countywide treatment and prevention services that include assessment, education through individual and group counseling sessions with encouragement to be involved in 12-step programs, sobriety maintenance through support groups, case management, and referrals to outside services.
Inpatient New Dawn Recovery Center
Location: Orangevale, CA - 95662
Contact Phone: (916) 989-1675
Website: http://www.newdawntreatmentcenters.com/
Description: New Dawn has been helping thousands of individuals successfully recover for over 25 years. Our Whole person approach to treatment combines evidence-based ACT, DBT, and CBT groups with exposure to experiential therapies such as Paddleboard Yoga, Equine-Assisted Therapy, Expressive Arts, Acupuncture, Dance/Movement, QiGong, and Mindfulness. All of our programs are internationally accredited, and led by experienced and compassionate licensed Clinical Psychologists that are highly skilled in treating eating disorders, personality disorders and addiction. Medical monitoring is also provided by our team of physicians, psychiatrists, registered nurses, and registered dietitians to ensure that our clients are receiving the best care 24/7.
Mono County Alcohol And Drug Program
Location: Mammoth Lakes, CA - 93546
Contact Phone: (760) 924-1740
Website: http://www.monocounty.ca.gov/behavioral-health
Description: We are available to talk with you by phone or if you drop in to discuss our services and how we can be of the most help to you. We offer counseling, therapy, case management, psychiatry, as well as alcohol and other drug treatment to all Mono County residents. Our talented staff is available to work with you regarding any issues you might want to talk about; whether you are managing a serious mental illness, need help with depression and anxiety or you want some help with your parenting skills. All of our services are available in Spanish.
Bill Cullen Intervention Services
Location: Santa Monica, CA -
Contact Phone: (760) 500-6722
Website: http://www.alcoholdruginterventionist.com/
Description: Intervention is a process of focusing on reality in a non-judgmental way so that the person in denial will accept help. It is a team approach. Since 1981 Bill Cullen has been facilitating successful interventions with chemically dependent people whose chief characteristic is their total denial of their disease and/or their refusal to accept help. Experience and a successful track record are his most important qualifications. His approach is non-judgmental, firm and fair. He is well received and his process has proven to be exceptionally effective. Bill works with all age groups, male and female, alcohol and other drugs in various stages of addiction. Clients are treated with respect and dignity. Confidentiality is maintained.
Awakenings Southern California Alcohol And Drug Programs Inc
Location: Whittier, CA - 90604
Contact Phone: (562) 242-1074
Website: http://www.scadpinc.org/
Description: Southern California Alcohol and Drug Programs, Inc. (SCADP) was established in 1972 in a grassroots effort by community volunteers seeking alternatives to prison for those individuals with substance use disorder (SUD). SCADP is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization providing more than 500 residential treatment beds and outpatient counseling to over 1,500 individuals. Awakenings Residential & Outpatient Program offers Substance Use Disorder treatment in American Sign Language delivered by and for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing persons. This program provides residential and outpatient services, psychiatric assessment and follow-up. It serves clients in the Deaf and Hard of Hearing community nationwide. Southern California Alcohol & Drug Programs provides treatment services to Deaf and Hard of Hearing persons through Awakenings - a fully accessible residential recovery program. Opened in November, 1988, Awakenings was the first residential drug abuse treatment program for and by Deaf and Hard of Hearing persons in the United States. Awakenings provides a six to 12-month long treatment program delivered entirely in American Sign Language for Deaf men and women. Located in Whittier, the program facility consists of four separate apartments with a total of 14 residential beds for men, and women. Awakenings added an additional ten transitional and permanent housing beds via a HUD grant.
A Womens Place Mfi Recovery Center
Location: Riverside, CA - 92501
Contact Phone: (951) 341-3786
Website: http://www.mfirecovery.com
Description: Conveniently located in Riverside, CA, A Woman’s Place is a beacon of light to the women we serve here. This gated haven is a safe place for women, and women with children, to free themselves from the bonds of substance abuse through carefully structured programs. Childcare is available so moms can focus on their recovery knowing their children are being well cared for. An elementary school is within walking distance to keep the kids on track with their studies. Each residence is nicely furnished, comfortable, and safe. The children’s playroom is filled with brightly colored toys and décor. Cribs, highchairs, and outdoor play areas are provided to ensure children feel welcomed, safe, and at home. Our CARF International accredited programs are designed by women who know the unique and specific needs women have and the struggles women face. Through personalized treatment and counseling plans, women develop the skills needed to change their lives. Eliminate co-dependency Regain self-respect. Learn valuable parenting skills. Treatment specific to women with children. A Woman’s Place offers many benefits and tools to help women achieve a life free of drug and alcohol abuse.
Victory House New Way Foundation
Location: Burbank, CA - 91502
Contact Phone: (818) 845-2702
Website: http://www.new-way-foundation.com/
Description: The New Way Foundation (NWF) is the only State licensed and Certified Substance Abuse Treatment Program in Burbank. Since 1967 the NWF has provided these valuable services to more than 25,000 individuals in Burbank and the greater Los Angeles area. Our goal is to provide compassionate effective care at an affordable cost to those who are tired of their old way of life and desire a new way of life. We know how to help the suffering individual who is desperate and willing to learn to apply the proven tools of our recovery program. Today the NWF provides a 50 bed Sate Licensed and Certified Facility located in Burbank. The Foundation is partially funded by Los Angeles County Substance Prevention and Control.
Educational Services Terra Firma Diversion
Location: Hayward, CA - 94544
Contact Phone: (510) 675-9362
Website: http://www.terrafirmadiversion.net/aboutus.htm
Description: Terra Firma Diversion/Education Services is a private organization co-founded in 1990 by Bertha Cuellar to help the needs of individuals, social service agencies, business owners, and various educators.
Substance Abuse And Mental Health Services Pacific Clinics
Location: Glendora, CA - 91740
Contact Phone: (626) 335-5980
Website: http://www.pacificclinics.org
Description: Pacific Clinics has been providing behavioral and mental healthcare services to families in the greater San Gabriel Valley area since 1926. Today, it has more than 75 service locations in Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino, Riverside, and Ventura Counties
Sun Street Centers - Driving Under The Influence Program (seaside)
Location: Seaside, CA - 93955
Contact Phone: (831) 393-9316
Website: http://sunstreetcenters.org/
Description: This program is licensed by the State of California Department of Alcohol and Drugs to provide quality education and counseling to help the participant understand his/her relationship with alcohol and drugs, and the inherent risk of driving while under the influence. First and multiple offender services available.
For Men Chabad Residential Treatment Center
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90036
Contact Phone: (323) 965-1365
Website: http://www.chabadrehab.com/
Description: Since 1972 thousands of men from every imaginable background have successfully received treatment at Chabad Rehabilitation Center, based on criteria established by the national institute on drug abuse, Washington DC. Graduates of our long-term program achieve far above the national recovery rate in their quest to re-orient their life. Chabad views drug abuse as a symptom of a deeper problem. Our program uses a psychological-therapy and 12 step model that concentrates on the underlying issues contributing to dependence. We focus on establishing a structure that promotes recovery and improves the quality of life, placing special significance on ethical and moral growth that is so vital to the development of personal integrity. Accordingly, although the program is non-sectarian, it is based on the age old values of Jewish Torah, the source of Judeo-Christian values. Our goal is to give each client the foundation and motivation to lead an alcohol and drug free lifestyle with confidence, as a productive member of society. Chabad works to ensure that each graduate will have the tools he needs to effectively cope with the psychological, environmental, emotional and interpersonal triggers of relapse.
Skyway House
Location: Chico, CA - 95973
Contact Phone: (530) 898-8326
Website: http://www.skywayhouse.org
Description: Skyway House has been providing substance abuse treatment services in Northern California since 1993. That's 20 years of second chances! We offer a continuum of care designed to support the individual in the recovery process. Some of those treatment options include residential treatment, outpatient and court-ordered programs. For individuals who no longer need primary treatment, Skyway House provides safe, clean and supportive living environments for recovering men and women in our semi-structured Recovery Residences.
Council On Alcoholism And Drug Abuse
Location: Santa Barbara, CA - 93102
Contact Phone: (805) 963-1433
Website: http://www.sbcada.org
Description: The mission of the Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse is building a safer, healthier community by preventing and treating alcoholism and drug abuse.
Mhs - Indio Center For Change
Location: Cathedral City, CA - 92234
Contact Phone: (760) 321-0870
Website: https://www.mhsinc.org/
Description: Our Indio Center for Change is one of our highly successful Family Preservation Court Programs, which offer intensive, outpatient court supervised services. Working in collaboration with Family Preservation Court, we help Parents overcome drug and/or alcohol dependency. This permits children to be safely returned to their homes, keeping the family together. Our program promotes healthy families by creating a safe environment for parents to receive treatment for their substance dependence. This encourages parents to create a safe environment in their homes so their families are able to thrive.
Counselor: The Magazine For Addiction Professionals
Location: Burbank, CA - 91615-9579
Contact Phone: 800-851-9100
Website: http://www.counselormagazine.com
Description: Counselor features in-depth coverage of the latest research and news about mental health, behavioral health, counseling, addiction and recovery. Counselor: The Magazine for Addiction & Behavioral Health Professionals is a national, peer-reviewed publication that blends the in-depth information often found in journals with the ease-of-read and style of a magazine. The magazine has a circulation of 21,000+ addiction treatment professionals – including psychologists, psychiatrists, counselors, criminal justice personnel, nurses, clinical supervisors, social workers, and mental health counselors.
Altamed Health Services Buena Care
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90033
Contact Phone: (323) 223-6146
Website: https://www.altamed.org/
Description: AltaMed’s methadone clinic specializes in the treatment of heroin addiction through narcotic replacement therapy. This program serves patients in the greater Los Angeles area with comprehensive methadone detoxification and maintenance programs.
Valley Health Associates
Location: Salinas, CA - 93901
Contact Phone: (831) 424-6655
Website: http://www.valleyhealthassociates.com
Description: Valley Health Associates continues to be the premier provider of outpatient alcohol and drug treatment services in Monterey County. We are fiscally sound, well managed, and compliant with all pertinent regulations and standards. We also maintain strong, positive relationships with our governmental and judicial partners, and diligently strive to offer services that will enhance the lives of those we serve.
A Division Of Life Management Skills Addiction Alternatives
Location: Santa Ana, CA - 92705
Contact Phone: (714) 550-9311
Website: http://www.addictionalternatives.com
Description: Alternatives is located in Beverly Hills, California and offer nearby living options for out-of-town clients. Our program is the only program in the Los Angeles area offering both abstinence and moderation treatment goals for clients. If you're looking for the most evidence-based treatment around and the only program in the U.S. that will teach you to reduce your drinking and drink less instead of quitting drinking, you've found us!
The Living Center - Turlock
Location: Turlock, CA - 95382
Contact Phone: (209) 575-1580
Website: http://wwww.thelivingcentertreatment.com/
Description: The Living Center also offers the same excellent quality of addiction recovery services in nearby Turlock, located to the south of our Modesto location. Outpatient services focus on the Celebration of Life including both family and one-on-one counseling programs. Our sessions are designed to fit into your work, school and family life keeping you on track with realistic schedule flexibility. All TLC counselors comply with the state requirements for qualification as substance abuse counselors.
Mens And Womens Facility Tradition One
Location: San Diego, CA - 92113
Contact Phone: (866) 813-1526
Website: http://www.traditionone.com/
Description: Founded in 1971, Tradition One is a non-profit organization which maintains and operates a campus dedicated to the rehabilitation of persons in the continuing process of recovery from alcoholism and other drug addictions. We are an accredited Social Model Recovery Home, licensed and certified by the State of California, Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs. Tradition One is a six month residential alcohol and other drug rehabilitation program for adult men. We focus on the Twelve Steps of the recovery program in a spiritual aspect as outlined in the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous. The first tradition of Alcoholics Anonymous states “our common welfare should come first, personal recovery depends upon AA unity,” and so is where we have derived our name. Residents are encouraged to help each other with the affairs of daily living. Each resident is responsible for his own living area and personal hygiene. Each participant is assigned daily house chores, the residents have a weekly house meeting and an Executive Board is elected periodically as well as a Resident Peer Council. Common problems are discussed and possible solutions sought and recommendations are made. The Peer Council Executive Board is called upon to make recommendations to the staff. We encourage involvement in this process of “people helping people.”
And Drug Dependency Antelope Valley Council On Alcoholism
Location: Lancaster, CA - 93535
Contact Phone: (661) 948-5046
Website: http://www.alcoholismcouncilofav.com/
Description: The Antelope Valley Council on Alcoholism & Drug Dependency (AVCADD) has served the needs of alcoholics, and substance abusers since 1973. Over 30 years of history, AVCADD has provided outreach, education, counseling, and support to over 20,000 adults children, and their families as they struggle with their addiction and find hope in recovery.
Cole House J Cole Recovery Homes Inc
Location: Antioch, CA - 94509
Contact Phone: (925) 978-2873
Website: http://www.thecolehouse.org/
Description: Cole House is a treatment provider offering a 12-step Social Model Residential Program for men suffering from the disease of drug addiction and alcoholism. Our residents receive care of the highest of standards in a warm, welcoming adobe style family home. We have 1 staff for every 4 residents, allowing us to deliver care based on your individual needs and allowing us to remain focused with you on your road to recovery in an environment designed to provide structure, education and guidance during the primary treatment phase. Our staff is highly trained and experienced in addictions and recovery and have, themselves, found the SOLUTION. Cole House started as a Sober Living Environment in the 1990's. The founder, after having suffered from alcoholism and drug-addiction found a way out, the solution. His vision was to offer this time-tested method of recovery, the 12 steps, in a program designed to teach the suffering how to realize a true life of sobriety through a series of steps and applications. Our treatment program opened its doors in 2000, incorporated in 2002 and are committed to continue treating men suffering from this disease. Drug addiction and alcoholism is a disease that is progressive and leads to a state of futility and hopelessness. Without recovery the result is hospitals, institutions and even death. Approximately 80% of those utilizing our program complete the 12-step process and are equiped with the tools to achieve a life of sobriety, accomplishment and fulfillment. When a resident has completed his primary treatment, he may be eligible to transition to our Sober Living Environment. This is a Transitional Phase which allows a resident the opportunity to re-enter the mainstream of everyday life while acheiving duration and continuance and now implementing plans to improve life's circumstances.
Mpi Treatment Services
Location: Oakland, CA - 94609
Contact Phone: (510) 652-7000
Website: http://www.altabatessummit.org/mpi/
Description: If you suffer from drug and/or alcohol addiction, come to MPI in the San Francisco East Bay area where our trained staff will help you take your first steps toward recovery. MPI offers a complete range of chemical dependency treatment, and provides support and counseling to family members and friends as well. MPI is the oldest hospital-based treatment program in the San Francisco Bay Area. Founded in 1979, MPI has treated over 15,000 patients and provided community-wide chemical dependency services to physicians, industry and the community. The mission of MPI Chemical Dependency Treatment Services is to provide affordable, high quality, state-of-the-art chemical dependency treatment services to patients and families in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Miracles For Moms
Location: Ventura, CA - 93001
Contact Phone: (805) 653-6859
Website: http://www.angelfire.com/biz6/miraclehouse/
Description: Miracles for Moms is a Calworks project providing outpatient services for women with children. Our sites are available to women in Santa Paula and Ventura. This program provides intensive day treatment for women who are addicted to alcohol and/ or drugs. This program has been established to support women in their quest to return to work and exit the Welfare System. Miracles for Moms provides help in returning functioning members of their family and the community as a whole. This program consists of four tracks ranging from an Intensive Outpatient program with mandatory attendance 5 days a week, plus individual counseling, to an Introduction and/ or Intervention program with only individual sessions as needed. The education includes addiction, stress management, self esteem, problem solving skills, 12-step support, parenting skills, anger management and communication skills.
Drug And Alcohol Rehab For Women Casa De Las Amigas
Location: Pasadena, CA - 91101
Contact Phone: (626) 792-2770
Website: http://www.casadelasamigas.org/
Description: Casa de las Amigas is a 24-hour alcohol and drug residential treatment center for women. We emphasize the abstinence of alcohol and/or other mind-altering substances and the need for physical, mental and spiritual growth in the recovery process. Women 18 years of age or older (or emancipated minors) are provided a safe, clean and sober environment to help them reach the goal of becoming alcohol and drug free. Casa de las Amigas was the first recovery home in Pasadena specifically catering to women struggling with alcohol and chemical dependency, opening its doors in 1967. Our facility is located in a lush, tree-lined residential area not far from Old Pasadena. We provide a non-judgmental, inviting setting where healing and self-exploration are fully nurtured and women from many backgrounds and circumstances are given the opportunity to regain the skills and confidence needed to live productive, healthy and meaningful lives. Each year Casa’s “House of Friends” witnesses the transformation of hundreds of women, who, like butterflies, change and grow as they develop a renewed sense of hope through recovery and embark on their own personal journey toward a new life of serenity and peace.
Cri Help Inc. - Pfleger Outpatient
Location: North Hollywood, CA - 91605
Contact Phone: (818) 255-7030
Website: http://www.cri-help.org/
Description: Cri-Help’s outpatient and day treatment programs are designed for those individuals who need a structured recovery program for substance abuse but do not require 24-hour supervision. Outpatient treatment programs are available at the George T. Pfleger Center located in North Hollywood and at Socorro in the Lincoln Heights area of East Los Angeles. Traditional and intensive outpatient treatment consists of structured group and individual counseling and thorough 12-step integration. Therapeutic therapies address the neurobiology of addiction, relapse prevention, anger management as well as gender-specific recovery issues. Outpatient treatment is available as part of a plan, or as an independent service. Both traditional and intensive levels are designed with client-centered case management, assuring the client’s full collaborative input into treatment planning, implementation and monitoring. Each client’s time commitment ranges from five to nine hours per week, most of which is scheduled during evenings and weekends to allow for work schedules and family considerations. Outpatient services which address co-occurring disorders and cross-addictions, including nicotine, are available. To consider the family dynamics of addiction, clients are encouraged to involve family members in appropriate groups. Twelve-step meeting participation is an integrated part of all treatment activities. Discharge planning includes referrals to allied health professionals and community resources. The Outpatient Program is available through many insurance/managed care organizations.
Empire Recovery Center
Location: Redding, CA - 96001
Contact Phone: (530) 243-7470
Website: http://www.empirerecoverycenter.org/
Description: The Empire Hotel Alcohol Rehabilitation, Inc., (EHARC,Inc.), dba Empire Recovery Center, Inc., is a non-profit agency whose purpose is to provide substance use disorder treatment opportunities through a continuum of services, including short term detoxification, residential, and outpatient treatment programs. Our programs use evidence-based tools, social model, peer-group oriented recovery, and introduction to 12 step programs (AA, NA, Alanon), alumni and family groups.
Community Recovery Resources (corr) - Hope House Women’s Residential
Location: Grass Valley, CA - 95945
Contact Phone: (530) 271-1140
Website: http://www.corr.us
Description: Our goal is to provide a safe place where men, women and their children can begin their journey to successful recovery. CoRR’s residential programs provide a highly structured and supportive environment facilitated by a multi-disciplinary staff of certified alcohol and drug counselors, licensed therapists, social workers, and medical staff. Programs designed for 30-90 days include, individual psychotherapy, recreation and exercise, nutritional planning, individual and group counseling, case management services and health services. Hope House is designed to support children 0-12 years old to stay with their mothers.
Norwood Bi Valley Medical Clinic
Location: Sacramento, CA - 95838
Contact Phone: (916) 649-6793
Website: http://www.bivalley.com/
Description: Bi-Valley Medical Clinic is a Sacramento-based out-patient addiction treatment program which specializes in the medical treatment of addiction to opiates, such as Vicodin, Oxycontin, Norco, codeine, morphine, or heroin. Starting in 1980, we have developed a comprehensive treatment model that recognizes both the medical nature of opiate addiction and the multiple factors commonly associated with it, such as mental health problems, chronic pain, or overwhelming life stressors. A multidisciplinary treatment team involving medical and nursing staff, social workers, and certified addiction counselors help implement a holistic model of care informed by an emphasis on an artistic aesthetic to create an optimal healing environment. Bi-Valley is an active research partner in the National Institute of Drug Abuse’s Clinical Trials Network. Our research projects both improve patient care and expand knowledge in this special area of medicine. Bi-Valley offers a variety of specialty programs to meet the individual needs and desires of our patients. We provide both short and medium length opiate withdrawal programs (detox) using methadone, as well as a longer term methadone maintenance program. Bi-Valley is also the area’s most experienced provider of Subutex/Suboxone (buprenorphine) treatment, which can also be used short term or long term. Special areas of research and interest include the management of opiate addiction during pregnancy, collaborative relationships with law enforcement, and linking psychiatric treatment with addiction treatment. Bi-Valley is active in providing education and consultation to community agencies and policy makers on the nature of opiate addiction and the need to approach addiction as an illness to be treated and not a crime to be punished.
Main Treatment Center And Mens Residential Pacific Hills Treatment Center
Location: San Clemente, CA - 92672
Contact Phone: (949) 369-2915
Website: http://www.pachills.com
Description: For more than two decades, Pacific Hills and Covenant Hills Treatment Centers has provided a unique alternative to traditional substance abuse treatment. We specialize in the treatment of individuals struggling with co-occurring disorders and dual addictions, as well as those who may benefit from strong relapse prevention curriculum. We strongly emphasize the spiritual aspects of recovery in both our non-denominational Christian 12 Step program and in our Traditional 12 Step program tract. And, we provide all of this in completely gender-separate settings. Our staff of skilled professionals administers the most sophisticated treatment available. Through lectures and individual counseling, we educate our clients on the psychological, physical and spiritual implications of long-term substance abuse. Using group counseling, individual counseling and psychotherapy, we help each client discover and effectively address emotional or psychological issues that might interfere with their recovery. And, we help each client determine and address their own unique relapse warning signs. Our staff encourages clients to establish or nurture their relationship with God. Clients may choose to participate in either our non-denominational Christian 12 Step program or our Traditional 12 Step program. In the Christian program we offer a Christ-centered, biblical approach to recovery, while in the Traditional program we present recovery based on God as the individual may understand Him (as presented in Alcoholics Anonymous). Clients requiring highly structured treatment are admitted to either our men’s or women’s Residential Inpatient Treatment program, usually for 30 days. For clients who have completed our Residential program and need the continued support of a sobriety-valued environment, we provide additional treatment in our Transitional Care program. Here clients prepare to transition into a healthy life in sobriety. Recovery plans are refined, goals are set and met and damages and issues caused by addictions are addressed.
Chemical Dependency Intensive Outpatient Thomas J Andrews Md Inc
Location: Redding, CA - 96002
Contact Phone: (530) 221-6303
Website: http://www.pcccares.com/
Description: The Psychiatric Care Center was established in 2000 under the direction of Dr. Thomas J. Andrews and is located in Redding, California. Over the last decade, PCC has provided small-group mental health and substance abuse recovery programming within a safe and comfortable environment. Programs are designed to help clients resolve immediate problem areas and develop skills to sustain long-term growth. Dr. Andrews and his team provide a balance of support and structure that assists in improving an individual’s level of daily functioning and their ability to cope with life.
Programress House Perinatal Facility Progress House Inc
Location: Camino, CA - 95709
Contact Phone: (530) 644-3758
Website: http://www.progresshouseinc.org/
Description: Rarely can that freedom be achieved alone. When professional help is needed Progress House, Inc. is here. We offer help that is caring and firm, that is directed to all the important facets of a person’s life: mental, physical, and spiritual. At Progress House, Inc. it is our intent to look at the entire individual and give that person the most appropriate level of treatment based upon their assessment. Progress House is a Recovery Model Program, it is client driven and based on the disease concept and we believe the disease is treatable. It is because of this philosophy and the twelve-step program of recovery based upon it, that Progress House, Inc. has become known as one of the leading treatment facilities in the State of California. Responding to the needs of the alcohol and other drug treatment community since the origin of Progress House in 1973, Progress House has expanded and diversified to meet the needs of the communities. There are now gender specific and coeducational residential programs, outpatient counseling at various levels of intensity, transitional living for men and women, and the ability of children to accompany there mother throughout the entire treatment episode. This perinatal residential facility serves women over the age of 18. It is located in El Dorado County at the base of the Sierras off Highway 50, at 3650' elevation. This unique mountain setting offers five individual houses in this 16-bed treatment facility. The program accepts women into services accompanied by their children (birth to twelve years), without their children, or women requesting reunification. The structured curriculum consist of counseling, life skills, parenting and recovery tools. This program includes room and board and childcare is available on site during recovery activities. Our staff is a group of caring and concerned professionals with over 30 years of combined experience who understand the devastating effects from alcoholism and/or drug abuse on the family unit.
Bay Area Community Resources - Criminal Justice Jail Treatment Program
Location: San Rafael, CA - 94103
Contact Phone: (415) 507-4137
Website: http://www.bacr.org/
Description: Treatment services, assessments and substance abuse treatment program recommendation and placements are provided for men and women in custody in the Marin County Jail. An out of custody program is offered for those on county parole and/or supervised probation.
Drug And Alcohol Division Tehama County Health Agency
Location: Red Bluff, CA - 96080
Contact Phone: (530) 527-7893
Website: http://www.tehamacohealthservices.net/
Description: Tehama County Health Services Agency, Drug and Alcohol Division programs utilize the infrastructure of the Health Services Agency in providing alcohol and other drug prevention, intervention, and treatment services. Drug and Alcohol Division offers a continuum of care through direct provision of services and through contracts with community-based providers. Our approach to treatment and recovery is to individualize treatment services to meet client needs. Our service sites are in an alcohol and drug free environment, and all services are offered to establish or enhance our client’s healthy, sober living. Drug and alcohol education, prevention, and treatment services are available for all ages. Fees for services are assessed according to income and are based on a sliding fee scale and the client’s ability to pay. Drug and Alcohol Staff are committed to the alleviation of problems caused by drug and alcohol abuse.
Able To Change Recovery
Location: San Juan Capistrano, CA - 92675
Contact Phone: (866) 225-3260
Website: http://www.abletochangerecovery.com/
Description: Able To Change Recovery is an Orange County alcohol rehab and drug treatment center specializing in substance abuse, alcoholism, dual-diagnosis and addiction recovery.
Cornerstone Mens Recovery Cornerstone Recovery Systems
Location: Hanford, CA - 93230
Contact Phone: (559) 583-2033
Website: http://www.andyshouse.org/
Description: Cornerstone is a private, non-profit organization that has been granted two years of funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to open a transitional supportive housing program for twenty (20) homeless adult men in Kings County. The two year program will provide services for clients and assist in three overall goals: Achieve residential stability; Increase their skill levels and or incomes; Obtain greater self determination
Bella Nirvana Center
Location: Folsom, CA - 95630
Contact Phone: 9162222181
Website: https://www.bellanirvanacenter.com/
Description:

Bella Nirvana Center, A Drug and Alcohol Treatment Center in Folsom, California. Historic Folsom is a beautiful crime-free town of Sacramento County. It is the only program where clients are monitored by physicians on a daily basis. Our approach is evidence-based, comprehensive, individualized and holistic. Call us today at 916-222-2181 or Email us at bnc@bellanirvanacenter.com.


Terra Nova Counseling - Ddp Natomas
Location: Sacramento, CA - 95834
Contact Phone: (916) 564-0600
Website: http://www.terranovacounseling.org/
Description: Terra Nova Counseling, founded in 1985 as A.F.T.E.R. Counseling Agency, provides psychotherapy, counseling and education to residents of the Sacramento Region to help promote their growth and development personally and in their communities. With approximately 40 therapists and 10 Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselors, Terra Nova is one of the largest County-contracted providers of mental health services for MediCal-eligible children. Approximately 500 children and their families are seen weekly in office or in the child's school or home in our Children's Services program. Terra Nova also provides counseling and educational services through its two Drinking Driver Programs for those convicted of a DUI or who are required by DMV to attend the program. The program ranges from 3 to 18 months in length based on the severity of the conviction and whether the person is a first-time or multiple offender. The programs are located Midtown at 19th and K and on Northgate Boulevard at Del Paso Road in Natomas.
Tarzana Treatment Centers - Long Beach
Location: Long Beach, CA - 90806
Contact Phone: (562) 218-1868
Website: http://www.tarzanatc.org/
Description: Since 1972, Tarzana Treatment Centers has provided high quality, affordable behavioral healthcare and addiction treatment services in Los Angeles County. Our mission and values are realized through a continuum of integrated alcohol and drug addiction treatment, education, mental health, medical detox and residential rehab for teens / youth, and adults. We also provide outpatient services, sober living housing, after care, HIV/AIDS Services, Prop 36, family medical care, women’s services, family counseling, domestic violence intervention, anger management and community education services.
Community Health Awareness Council
Location: Mountain View, CA - 94041
Contact Phone: (650) 965-2020
Website: http://www.chacmv.org
Description: Founded in 1973, The Community Health Awareness Council (CHAC) is a nonprofit mental health services agency located in Mountain View, California. CHAC exists under a Joint Powers Agreement, and includes the local governments of Mountain View, Los Altos, and Los Altos Hills as well as the Mountain View Whisman School District, the Los Altos School District, and the Mountain View-Los Altos Union High School District. Each year CHAC serves more than 11,000 local youth and individuals at our clinic and at 33 school campuses. Our programs address a variety of emotional problems affecting children, teens, adults and families. Many programs are designed to protect young people from high–risk behaviors such as alcohol or illicit drug abuse, violence, and premature sexual activity, while building personal assets such as school success, valuing diversity, maintaining good health, and the ability to delay gratification; all of which will help insure that they have the greatest chance for success in life.
Humboldt Alcohol Recovery Treatment Fortuna Adventist Community Services
Location: Fortuna, CA - 95540
Contact Phone: (707) 725-9381
Website: http://fortunaacs.com/
Description: Humboldt Alcohol Recovery Treatment (HART) has provided DUI Program Services for Humboldt County since July 1991. We provide programs for any individual who has been arrested or convicted of Driving Under the Influence of alcohol or drugs. All HART programs are licensed by the State Department of Alcohol and Drug Services, pursuant to Title 9, Chapter 3 of the California Code of Regulations. We work in cooperation with the criminal justice system as well as with the California Department of Motor Vehicles. The goal of HART is to assist the client participating in the program to recognize his/her level of chemical dependency, acquaint him/her with life problems associated with chemical dependency, and to aid in their recovery. Our staff works within the parameters of Title 9 to assist the client in making positive changes in their daily lives and to give them the tools to avoid future DUI offenses by providing quality group, face to face, and education components. Referral to other services are made as appropriate, or requested. HART is a member of the California Association of Drinking Driver Treatment programs (CADDTP), and our staff actively participates with various State and Local continuing education trainings. All of our staff are state certified or registered as interns.
Rehabilitation Center Cedar House
Location: Bloomington, CA - 92316
Contact Phone: (909) 421-7120
Website: http://www.cedarhouse.org
Description: Cedar House is dedicated to improving the lives of those suffering from chemical dependency by providing evidence-based, high quality therapeutic clinical treatment services, while educating and engaging the community through open communication and outreach activities. What started as a small 12-bed alcohol treatment facility for men in 1973, named “Amigo House”, is now a 125 bed treatment facility dedicated to assist all adults in overcoming the challenges of chemical dependence in order to create “A Total Life Change.” The current treatment facility, “Cedar House Life Change Center”, provides residential and outpatient services for adult men and women.
Humboldt Recovery Center Inc
Location: Eureka, CA - 95502
Contact Phone: (707) 443-0514
Website: http://www.humboldtrecoverycenter.org/
Description: Humboldt Recovery Center is the largest and oldest licensed and certified residential substance abuse treatment facility on the California North Coast. Since our founding in 1972, we have dedicated ourselves to providing effective treatment and recovery services to men and women who wish to develop meaningful, drug-free lifestyles. We are licensed by the State of California’s Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs for a total of 44 men and 18 women. All of our houses are kept neat and clean, well-furnished, well-landscaped, and attractive. Each house is located in a decent and safe neighborhood. The Meeting House and the Women’s House are both beautiful, classic Victorians. Most of our bedrooms are set up for 2 people, although there are some private rooms. Each house has its own kitchen for resident use. Although we frequently meet together, our living quarters are not co-ed. Our men have their own houses; our women theirs.
Volunteers Of America Southwest - Renaissance Center
Location: National City, CA - 91950
Contact Phone: (619) 791-2730
Website: http://www.voa-swcal.org/
Description: Volunteers of America, Southwest has more than 30 years experience providing services to individuals wanting to break free from alcohol and drug addiction. Our organization offers a continuum of services from a sobering center, social model detoxification and residential treatment services. Our program staff provide compassionate services that seek to restore hope and provide skills and tools needed to maintain sobriety in order to help individuals turn their lives around and live to its fullest potential. Renaissance Center - This 120 bed multi-dimensional residential treatment program is designed to address issues facing individuals with substance abuse addiction. Needs are assessed, and individuals will be placed in one of the following residential options: detoxification, short or long term care.
Twin Town Treatment Centers - Mission Viejo
Location: Mission Viejo, CA - 92961
Contact Phone: (949) 540-0170
Website: http://www.twintowntreatmentcenters.com/
Description: Located in the Mission Viejo community, Twin Town Treatment Centers is a premier provider of alcoholism and drug addiction treatment for many communities in Southern California. The Mission Viejo community, are homes to diverse communities which include business owners, corporate employees, and entrepreneurs. Twin Town offers Adult and Adolescent Alcoholism and Drug Addiction Treatment at our six locations: Mission Viejo, West Hollywood, Orange, North Hollywood, Los Alamitos, Torrance. Many residential and inpatient programs refer to Twin Town for continuity of care and aftercare services. Twin Town provides alcoholism and drug addiction treatment for adults and adolescents in separate programs. The alcoholism and drug addiction treatment program emphasizes abstinence, relapse prevention, disease model education, family codependency counseling, problem solving skills, stress management, and family communication skills. Each client is enrolled in three hours of treatment programming per day, up to six days per week in the first month. Sessions decrease in duration and intensity during four months of continuing care.
Brown Scapular Program Canon Human Services Center
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90002
Contact Phone: (323) 249-9097
Website: http://www.canonhsci.org/
Description: People who abuse alcohol and other drugs rarely stop to consider that they are also abusing their bodies, eroding their mental functioning, and impairing their ability to relate to other people. Bringing these issues into focus for those who are addicted to chemical substances represents one key thread in the complex fabric of the treatment and recovery processes at Canon Human Services. Canon, through its Brown Scapular Program, has been helping people overcome chemical dependency and resolve drug-related problems since 1988. A non-profit community service corporation, Canon provides drug-free counseling and support services both on an outpatient basis and in residential setting. Although residential services are currently available only to male applicants, the outpatient program is open to both men and women. Canon is located in South Central Los Angeles, an area where the need for its services is mostly readily apparent.
Saint Josephs Behavioral Health Center
Location: Stockton, CA - 95204
Contact Phone: (209) 461-2000
Website: http://www.stjosephscanhelp.org/
Description: St. Joseph's Behavioral Health Center is a licensed, not-for-profit facility, providing comprehensive behavioral health services for psychiatric and chemical dependency disorders. We offer a 35-bed inpatient hospital, day treatment, and outpatient services. Our specially trained staff of board certified psychiatrists, physicians, and licensed professionals are committed to providing compassionate, quality care, and creating an atmosphere that fosters communication, trust, and personal growth.
Teen Challenge
Location: San Diego, CA - 92105
Contact Phone: (619) 265-0337
Website: http://www.teenchallenge.org/
Description: Since the mid-70’s Teen Challenge has been a part of the San Diego community. Located today near the east part of the county, this facility has been as much of a miracle story as the lives of those who have been helped by it. Spending nearly its first 20 years in existence bouncing around from borrowed buildings to rented facilities it finally found a permanent home in 1996 when an abandoned 26,000 square foot former medical facility came available. With a deep trust in God’s continued provision it was purchased. Abandoned, gang-infested, covered in graffiti, full of rubbish and rodents, the facility—like the men who would later go through it—needed a lot of help. However, with great care, patience and prayer, a total renovation was completed with the help of many volunteers who recognized the caliber of the impact a more equipped facility could have in this community. Today, one miracle after another continues to underscore God’s faithfulness and providence. San Diego Teen Challenge is a vibrant testimony to the community, city, county and churches of how God transforms the lives of the wounded and broken into something new and glorious. From mayoral recognition to city, police and county departments, as well as the public schools and the judicial system giving Teen Challenge credit and commendation for its vital role in the effort not only to help those long devastated by addiction, but also to meet the needs of local families through its TCKids after school Learning Center and feeding the hungry through its monthly Community Outreach in partnership with the San Diego Food Bank. Teen Challenge is pioneering the way to safer streets and a richer quality of living for those in this community. San Diego Teen Challenge is an induction facility for male adults who will complete three to four months here for the first phase of the program. They will then transfer to Riverside where the remaining part of the one-year program will be spent. The induction phase is designed to give the students time to deal with the initial acclimation process before going to Riverside where the caliber of the discipleship process is more in-depth and the student is given both more freedom and responsibility to explore. The students here will attend daily classes designed for new believers as well as attend chapel services, worship services and take part in different group settings designed to lead the students to a place of mental, emotional, social, physical and spiritual health through biblical principles. Teen Challenge is not a medical or mental health based recovery facility but uses the biblical discipleship model as an approach to recovery. In addition, students will visit local churches where they are given opportunity to share what God is doing in their lives as well as participate in community events, outreach efforts and supervised work activities. From fund-raising to work projects that instill a sense of accomplishment and responsibility in the lives of the students, the typical Teen Challenge student develops a good work ethic and learns how to have healthy relationships.
Awareness Program Inc
Location: Palm Springs, CA - 92262
Contact Phone: (760) 322-4554
Website: http://www.theawarenessgroup.org/
Description: The Awareness Group provides alcohol and drug education and treatment programs, and is the oldest program of its kind in the Desert area of Riverside County. Founding director Howard Bibby's principles and knowledge in dealing with impaired drivers are maintained by a dedicated staff of professionals. We continue to raise awareness about the dangers and potential consequences of driving under the influence as well as general drug and alcohol abuse. We have over 30 years of experience with the DUI process and will help you fulfill your Court and Department of Motor Vehicles obligations. Awareness Program DUI Classes help to satisfy the court requirements for clients who have been arrested for Driving Under the Influence (DUI) or an offense requiring a Drug Diversion (PC1000) program. Staff work closely with the Department of Motor Vehicles to provide the paperwork for clients to restore their driver's licenses. All counselors are State Certified, and all programs are licensed by the State of California and approved by Riverside County. The Awareness Group provides these required programs in a supportive and friendly environment. Showing respect for each individual's dignity and acting with professionalism are at the core of program services. Programs are designed to meet the needs of individuals, helping them make a lifestyle change in addition to meeting their court requirements. We have two offices to better serve the Desert communities of Bermuda Dunes, Cathedral City, Coachella, Desert Hot Springs, Indian Wells, Indio, La Quinta, Palm Desert, Palm Springs, Rancho Mirage, Thousand Palms, and Thermal.
Palm Avenue Detox/horizon Services Inc
Location: San Mateo, CA - 94403
Contact Phone: (650) 513-6500
Website: http://www.horizonservices.org
Description: Palm Avenue, a Social Model Detoxification Program, is a 15-bed facility serving men and women in San Mateo County who have a co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders. The majority of those admitted stay from 3 to 5 days. They may remain longer if their condition warrants it.
Substance Abuse Program Birthing Project Clinic/imani
Location: Sacramento, CA - 95811
Contact Phone: (916) 558-4800
Website: http://www.birthingprojectsac.org/
Description: The Birthing Project Clinic helps eliminate barriers to care by providing prenatal, postpartum, gynelogical and family planning care and services to low-income women in a warm and welcoming environment. It is our goall to ensure babies are born as healthy as possible to parents who have received prenatal care, parenting and nutrition education, and referrals for additional assistance (e.g. WIC, shelter). Additionally, having a regular gynecological exam is critical to ensuring your physical, sexual and reproductive well-being.
Aegis Treatment Centers, Llc - Roseville
Location: Roseville, CA - 95661
Contact Phone: (916) 774-6647
Website: http://aegistreatmentcenters.com/
Description: Aegis Treatment Centers, LLC., ("Aegis") operates one of the largest networks of Narcotic Treatment Programs (NTPs), also known as Opiate Treatment Programs (OTPs), in the nation. In 1998, Aegis began implementation of a business plan that would upgrade its network into a state-of-the-art continuum of care, creating a model that has set the standard for OTP operations throughout the country. AEGIS' MISSION: Aegis’ goal is to support the successful recovery of its patients and improve the quality of their lives; Aegis is committed to providing evidence-based comprehensive treatment services incorporating multidisciplinary modalities; Aegis promotes the highest standard of patient care in the treatment of substance abuse and related medical, psychological and socio-economic conditions; Aegis and its staff members pursue excellence, integrity & commitment in the provision of effective patient care.
Alcohol Drug Action Program Jewish Family Service Of Los Angeles
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90035
Contact Phone: (310) 247-1180
Website: http://www.jfsla.org
Description: JFS’ Addiction and Prevention Program (ADAP) provides substance abuse prevention, education, and support services to people of all backgrounds and socio-economic status living in Los Angeles and the San Gabriel Valley. Our goal is to raise awareness of the risks of alcohol and drug use by providing education and information to youth, parents, and the community. In addition to prevention programming, ADAP offers consultation, referral and training throughout Los Angeles County.
Mens Annex Whiteside Manor
Location: Riverside, CA - 92501
Contact Phone: (951) 788-9515
Website: http://www.whitesidemanor.com
Description: Our mission is to rebuild lives, restore families and improve communities. This is accomplished by providing quality, individualized and comprehensive treatment for those experiencing problems with alcohol, drugs and associated mental illnesses. We are committed to excellence in the delivery of care and services to our clients and their families. Whiteside Manor is a not-for-profit organization providing a wide array of drug and alcohol abuse and related services.
Counseling Concepts Inc Sentencing Concepts Inc
Location: Anaheim, CA - 92805
Contact Phone: (714) 778-6495
Website: http://www.sciconcepts.com
Description: Sentencing Concepts, Inc. (SCI) was established in 1994 to provide full service alternative sentencing programs to criminal justice agencies throughout the United States. Although our services include a wide array of programs and products, it is our offender paid electronic monitoring and case management services that have paved the way for SCI's success in the industry.Since our inception, we have operated almost entirely on an offender paid basis and have extended this concept to most of the programs offered by SCI. As a pioneer in the use of offender paid criminal justice alternatives, we believe that SCI is both experienced and well qualified to provide these types of services.
Porterville Site Turning Point Youth Services
Location: Porterville, CA - 93257
Contact Phone: (559) 783-6492
Website: http://www.tpocc.org/
Description: Turning Point offers state-of-the-art substance abuse treatment and prevention for the whole family, and for the whole person. The recovery program helps the person and their family members follow their own path of healing – emotionally and spiritually. The Turning Point Youth Services program meets the rigorous standards for State and Drug Medi-Cal certification. These drug abuse prevention and counseling services are provided under contract with the Tulare County Health & Human Service Agency, Prevention Services Division. A child is chemically dependent when he uses drugs or alcohol as a crutch to avoid problems or emotional pain and cannot deal with these problems without drugs. Chemical dependency can happen to any child-regardless of social or economic background, academic standing, or how good their home life is. Chemical dependence has an impact on the whole family. Everyone in the family suffers when a member has a problem with drugs or drinking. Feelings of rage, shame, guilt, and helplessness, are common; feelings that are powerful enough to interfere with normal living. Families in this predicament become “stuck”-and their members may simply stop growing. Pregnant and parenting teens are especially vulnerable.
Intensive Outpatient Program Action Family Counseling Inc
Location: Santa Clarita, CA - 91321
Contact Phone: (661) 297-8691
Website: http://www.actionfamilycounseling.com/
Description: Action Family Counseling’s Intensive Outpatient Program is designed to serve adult, adolescent male and females with substance abuse, co-occurring disorders and mental health related problems. The program is aimed at those who are in need of intensive outpatient services to maintain abstinence from chemical dependency and to achieve mental health stabilization. The program operates at minimum 3 hours a day, 3 days a week.
Pasadena Recovery Center Inc
Location: Pasadena, CA - 91103
Contact Phone: (866) 663-3030
Website: http://www.pasadenarecoverycenter.com
Description: Pasadena Recovery Center is a 98-bed drug and alcohol treatment center located in the charming historic district of Pasadena, just north of Los Angeles, that was co-founded in 2000 by renowned psychiatrist Dr. Lee Bloom, his daughter, Criminal Defense Attorney Alison Triessl, and his son, Michael Bloom. Known for its 12-step based comprehensive treatment program, Pasadena Recovery Center is dedicated to providing, compassionate, comprehensive, and affordable care to those suffering from chemical dependency. Everyone who enters our doors receives the treatment they need to recover from this debilitating disease. Because of our highly skilled, licensed clinical team, we also accept individuals with dual diagnosis — substance abuse and other emotional or behavioral problems. At Pasadena Recovery Center, our experienced and dedicated staff understands the disease of addiction and we’re proud to offer lifesaving and life-changing treatment at an affordable cost. We also accept most medical insurance. The Pasadena Recovery Center’s goal is to reintroduce sober individuals into society with the skills necessary to lead meaningful, productive lives. There is hope at Pasadena Recovery Center and we are here to help. We’re available to talk with you 24 hours a day, seven days a week. A premier Los Angeles Rehab Center.
Alcohol And Drug Department Sierra County Human Services
Location: Loyalton, CA - 96118
Contact Phone: (530) 993-6746
Website: http://www.sierracounty.ca.gov/
Description: The Behavioral Health Department offers a broad range of mental health, alcohol, and other drug (AOD) services to all residents of Sierra County. Our goal is to offer services in a supportive environment that focuses on recovery. Regardless of ability to pay, the Behavioral Health Department provides emergency crisis assessments and other services.
National Traffic Safety Institute
Location: San Jose, CA - 95112
Contact Phone: (408) 297-7200
Website: https://ntsi.com/california/
Description: Since 1974, NTSI has been a recognized leader in traffic safety education nationally. Our innovative approach to driving safety stresses personal accountability as the participants explore an interactive curriculum based upon proven behavioral modification principals. We believe drivers understand the importance of following safety standards and stress personal choice as a means of effecting a positive change in driving behavior.
Victory Outreach Oxnard
Location: Oxnard, CA - 93033
Contact Phone: (805) 986-8862
Website: http://victoryoutreachoxnard.org/
Description: It is the goal of Victory Outreach Christian Recovery Homes to reach those affected by the scourges of Urban life including drug and alcohol addiction, gang involvement, and prostitution. Victory Outreach has been operating the “Home” for forty-years. Our graduates have a 70% success rate. We seek to meet the person’s needs spiritually, and our goal is family first. The Men's and Women's Christian Recovery Homes, sponsored by Victory Outreach Oxnard, are a live-in, 12 month, Christian care homes for adult men and women who have drug and/or alcohol problems. Our program is designed to reclaim, redeem, and restore lives that have been consumed by drugs, alcohol and/or other substance abuse. We are not a treatment program, but rely on the Word of God through the Bible, prayer, and positive decision making in order to aide a person through their ‘journey of change.’ Our Homes are not government funded and rely solely on the immediate community for our sole financial support. Each Victory Outreach Recovery Home is free of charge. The course of the recovery home is one-year, and all individuals live in a 24-hour ‘Home’ environment. Victory Outreach has been operating Recovery Homes in the Oxnard area for the better part of three-decades.
Valley Community Healthcare - Behavioral Health Services
Location: North Hollywood, CA - 91605
Contact Phone: (818) 763-8836
Website: http://valleycommunityhealthcare.org/
Description: Behavioral Health Services (BHS) ensures that individuals and families have access to comprehensive mental health and substance abuse services that promote recovery and wellness.
Kaiser Permanente (vacaville)
Location: Vacaville, CA - 95688
Contact Phone: (707) 624-2830
Website: https://healthy.kaiserpermanente.org/
Description: Chemical Dependency Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Sunrise Community Counseling Center
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90057
Contact Phone: (213) 207-2770
Website: http://www.centrode-rehabilitacion.com/
Description: Somos una organización no lucrativa que desde 1967 se dedica a ayudar a las personas que sufren de problemas de adicciones, desde entonces hemos proporcionando tratamientos contra el abuso de sustancias toxicas así como terapias para mejorar la salud mental, prevención de adicciones y codependencia. En nuestro centro de rehabilitacion ofrecemos servicios psicosociales y educación para adultos, familias, jóvenes e indigentes en la ciudad de Los Angeles que esten pasando por un problema de adicción y que esten dispuestos ha recibir la ayuda que en el centro de rehabilitacióon se les proporciona. Centro de rehabilitacion en los angeles Si algún familiar o usted mismo sufre de alguna adicción no le dé la espalda a este tipo de problemas que únicamente se agrandan con el paso del tiempo, busque asesoría, nuestros programas están disponibles tanto para mujeres, como para hombres. Actualmente contamos con planes de pago y cuotas para personas de bajos recursos. No espere a que su problema ya no tenga solución, asista a nuestro centro de rehabilitación, aquí encontrara la yuda necesaria para poder dejar sus adicciones o los problemas que lo estan atormentando, usted y su familia merecen una vida mejor. Nuestro personal es profesional y tiene la experiencia y capacidad necesaria para brindarle el mejor servicio.
Student Assistance Pajaro Valley Prevention And
Location: Watsonville, CA - 95076
Contact Phone: (831) 728-6445
Website: http://www.pvpsa.org
Description: Pajaro Valley Prevention and Student Assistance (PVPSA) is a nonprofit agency dedicated to providing education, training, and counseling and prevention services to students, families, and staff of the Pajaro Valley Unified School District (PVUSD). By helping prevent criminal behavior, gang involvement, truancy and school dropout, and drug, alcohol, and tobacco use, PVPSA improves the quality of life in our community and its schools. PVPSA was created as one of the first models of a nonprofit agency dedicated to providing services to a school district. The story began in 1984 when the PVUSD established an Office for Drug and Alcohol Prevention and Student Assistance to serve its students. Linda Perez, Founding Director of PVPSA, was hired to coordinate the program, and it quickly began to make a difference. After twenty years of service and a successful conclusion of the Safe Schools/Healthy Students Initiative, Linda Perez was ready to begin a new adventure. Three years earlier, the PVPSA Board of Directors identified Jenny Sarmiento as the next director of the agency and developed a succession plan. In 2008, Jenny became the second chief executive officer to lead PVPSA and continue the collaborations with community partners to keep kids safe and in school. During the early years, the district had been issuing five-day suspensions to students caught with drugs on campus; however, this punishment was not working to discourage drugs on campus. PVPSA developed a school-based student assistance program that kept the students on campus and in class, with support and supervision. Evaluations documented that this approach worked well with fewer repeat offenders. One of the keys to the success of the program was the participation of master-level interns from Bay Area colleges and universities. As the program grew, a more efficient way of managing it was needed. A blue-ribbon committee of 25 community leaders and school district executives was formed, and the committee developed a proposal that created many far-reaching benefits. It recommended that the prevention programs be separated from the school district and run under the umbrella of a dedicated nonprofit agency that would focus exclusively on PVUSD. The idea was that such an organization would have greater flexibility. It could receive funds from the school district, county, state, and federal government; and it could also apply for private foundation grants. Such an organization could also serve as a conduit to bring together a broad range of stakeholders including PVUSD, law enforcement, the courts, the city, and the county. That is exactly what has happened. PVPSA has flourished, and the students of PVUSD and the community have benefited greatly. PVPSA has become a model dedicated nonprofit organization. In fact, it has literally "written the book" on the subject, having put together a guidebook through a grant from the U.S. Department of Education.
Safety Consultant Services
Location: Long Beach, CA - 90805
Contact Phone: (562) 428-6426
Website: http://www.safetyconsultantservicesinc.com/
Description: The goal of the Safety Consultant Services Program is to provide our clients high quality counseling, education and rehabilitation services for substance abuse and to help the individual learn and apply healthy methods of dealing with life and becoming a productive, sober member of their family and community. Safety Consultant Services, Inc.'s California State licensed DUI program course is thought-provoking and challenging. You will learn about the serious legal ramifications of drinking and driving, become familiar with the psychological reasons behind this dangerous combination and, importantly, you will be given strategies, tools and insights that will help you avoid this problem in the future.
Turning Point Of Central California Inc. - I.s.m.i.p.-integrated Services For Mentally Ill Parolee-clients
Location: Bakersfield, CA - 93307
Contact Phone: (661) 861-6141
Website: http://www.tpocc.org/
Description: Turning Point offers a day treatment program for parolees who suffer from substance abuse as well as a diagnosed mental illness. The program focus is stabilization of parolees in order to provide a safe haven for reintegration into the community and the reduction of recidivism. Turning Point offers a day treatment program for parolees who suffer from substance abuse as well as a diagnosed mental illness. The program focus is stabilization of parolees in order to provide a safe haven for reintegration into the community and the reduction of recidivism.
Complete Care Community Health Center
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90033
Contact Phone: 3232666700
Website: https://ccchclinic.com
Description:

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Baart - Visalia
Location: Visalia, CA - 93277
Contact Phone: (559) 625-8890
Website: http://www.baartprograms.com/
Description: BAART Programs of Central California offers drug addiction treatment and detox programs to patients struggling with abuse of prescription medications, opiates and other drugs. With our original beginnings in San Francisco over 30 years ago, BAART has spread its reach throughout California and across the country providing local healthcare and drug rehab and research services to those struggling with increasingly common substance addictions. Given the growing number of people in the Fresno and Clovis areas with addiction to prescription medications, our staff specializes in the complicated and unique challenges these patients face.
Pacifica House Behavioral Health Services
Location: Hawthorne, CA - 90250
Contact Phone: (323) 754-2816
Website: http://www.bhs-inc.org
Description: Behavioral Health Services (BHS) is a not-for-profit community-based healthcare organization providing substance abuse, mental health, drug-free transitional living, older adult services, HIV/AIDS education and prevention, and other related health services to the residents of Southern California. Since 1973 BHS has expanded services to meet the comprehensive needs of its clients, and now provides services from 21 sites located throughout Los Angeles County. These sites include two free-standing chemical dependency recovery centers with medical detoxification and residential/outpatient treatment, three additional residential treatment facilities, twelve outpatient facilities, and four transitional living facilities. The BHS continuum of care includes four community assessment center sites, prevention programs for adolescents and older adults, geriatric case management, and home care services for frail elderly and disabled adults. BHS-Pacifica House (Residential-Inpatient): Residential Substance Abuse Treatment provides the opportunity for clients to work intensively on life issues which, if left unaddressed, often lead to relapse to substance abuse. While the average length of treatment (3 – 6 months) is generally not enough to bring full resolution to these issues, clients receive enough education and therapeutic intervention to learn tools which will assist in long term resolution of issues surrounding family and social functioning, legal problems, medical and psychiatric care, and educational and vocational concerns. Clients are taught how, and encouraged to establish a recovery support network outside of the treatment milieu in order to assist them in their continuing recovery efforts upon completion of the program.
Heritage House North Southern California Alcohol And Drug Programs Inc
Location: Anaheim, CA - 92806
Contact Phone: (714) 687-0077
Website: http://www.scadpinc.org/
Description: Southern California Alcohol and Drug Programs, Inc. (SCADP) was established in 1972 in a grassroots effort by community volunteers seeking alternatives to prison for those individuals with substance use disorder (SUD). SCADP is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization providing more than 500 residential treatment beds and outpatient counseling to over 1,500 individuals. Heritage House North provides Substance Use Disorder residential treatment services, life skills, and parenting education for women and their children in Orange County. The program operates in a residential treatment setting providing stability for families and is one of two residential facilities in the county that allows pregnant mother and their children to reside together while receiving Substance Use Disorder treatment.
Twin Town Treatment Centers
Location: Los Alamitos, CA - 90720
Contact Phone: (562) 596-0050
Website: http://www.twintowntreatmentcenters.com
Description: Located in Los Alamitos, Long Beach, Orange County communities, Twin Town Treatment Centers is a premier provider of alcoholism and drug addiction treatment for many communities in Southern California. Los Alamitos, Long Beach, Orange County communities, are homes to diverse communities which include business owners, corporate employees, and entrepreneurs. Twin Town offers Adult and Adolescent Alcoholism and Drug Addiction Treatment at our six locations: Mission Viejo, West Hollywood, Orange, North Hollywood, Los Alamitos, Torrance. Many residential and inpatient programs refer to Twin Town for continuity of care and aftercare services. Twin Town provides alcoholism and drug addiction treatment for adults and adolescents in separate programs. The alcoholism and drug addiction treatment program emphasizes abstinence, relapse prevention, disease model education, family codependency counseling, problem solving skills, stress management, and family communication skills. Each client is enrolled in three hours of treatment programming per day, up to six days per week in the first month. Sessions decrease in duration and intensity during four months of continuing care.
Alcohol/drug Abuse Services/santa Ana Orange County Healthcare Agency
Location: Santa Ana, CA - 92701
Contact Phone: (714) 480-6660
Website: http://ochealthinfo.com/
Description: Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services (ADAS) provides a range of outpatient and residential treatment programs designed to reduce or eliminate the abuse of alcohol and other drugs within the community. Services include crisis intervention, assessment and evaluation; individual, group and family counseling, HIV education, pre- and post-test counseling, and voluntary testing; counseling and testing; referrals to other programs when indicated; and outreach to schools and the general community. Specialized programs provide services for pregnant and parenting women, persons who require methadone maintenance and detoxification, adolescents, persons who have a substance use disorder with co-occurring mental illness, and individuals referred by the Orange County Collaborative Court.
Outpatient And Day Treatment Program Support Systems Homes Inc
Location: Campbell, CA - 95008
Contact Phone: (408) 370-9688
Website: http://www.supportsystemshomes.com
Description: CARF- Accredited, state licensed Day Treatment takes place at Support Systems Homes’ Residential Treatment Facilities in California's Bay Area. For those who require slightly less structure than a "live in" program, Day Treatment may be the appropriate level of care. Clients attend groups during the day, following a schedule similar to that of our residential clients. Day Treatment clients, however, return home at the end of the day. This treatment modality provides structure and support while helping the client begin integrating back into daily life. A highly skilled team consisting of professional substance abuse counselors and clinicians staff our day treatment program. In addition, we can also provide day treatment at one of our facilities combined with sober living. In this case, the client would attend treatment groups during the day and go home to one of our sober living environments. At our sober living homes, residents safely experience the transition from higher levels of care back into the community and day-to-day life with a group of individuals doing the same. Homes are supervised by a house manager and assistant who ensure that the homes offer structure and strong peer support. Support Systems Homes offers a flexible Outpatient Program for clients who are seeking effective treatment for addictions. Our state-certified and CARF - accredited Outpatient Program is designed for clients who do not require – or who have completed – Detoxification, Residential Treatment or Day Treatment. Our Outpatient groups are offered throughout the week in convenient locations, making this level of care an excellent choice for those who work. We also offer weekly family groups, which provide education and support to the loved ones of clients in treatment. Outpatient Treatment gives the individual an opportunity to interact in a real world environment while benefiting from a peer-oriented, structured therapeutic program. Client progress is assessed regularly by clinical staff, who develop individualized treatment plans with each client. Safe, supportive living in our sober living homes is highly recommended during the outpatient treatment process. Graduates from our Outpatient program are welcome in our Aftercare groups and Alumni Association. These groups help provide ongoing recovery support.
Progress House Inc/placer
Location: Alta, CA - 95701
Contact Phone: (530) 389-9208
Website: http://www.progresshouseinc.org/
Description: Rarely can that freedom be achieved alone. When professional help is needed Progress House, Inc. is here. We offer help that is caring and firm, that is directed to all the important facets of a person’s life: mental, physical, and spiritual. At Progress House, Inc. it is our intent to look at the entire individual and give that person the most appropriate level of treatment based upon their assessment. Progress House is a Recovery Model Program, it is client driven and based on the disease concept and we believe the disease is treatable. It is because of this philosophy and the twelve-step program of recovery based upon it, that Progress House, Inc. has become known as one of the leading treatment facilities in the State of California. Responding to the needs of the alcohol and other drug treatment community since the origin of Progress House in 1973, Progress House has expanded and diversified to meet the needs of the communities. There are now gender specific and coeducational residential programs, outpatient counseling at various levels of intensity, transitional living for men and women, and the ability of children to accompany there mother throughout the entire treatment episode. Women's and Children's Residential Facility: This facility is 30 miles east of Auburn in Placer County at 3700' elevation. It is a beautiful mountain setting. The facility is a licensed ten bed residential facility for chemically dependant women 18 years and older. We allow children to accompany their mothers during the treatment stay. It offers a 30, 60, 90-day program up to 6 months. This is a small-scale program offering personalized treatment plans. The 12-step based program consists of eleven two-hour groups per week along with individual counseling sessions. This program is structured with room and board, 24 hour supervision, and over 30 hours per week of mandatory participation in scheduled recovery activities.
Womens Recovery Center Door To Hope
Location: Salinas, CA - 93901
Contact Phone: (831) 422-6226
Website: http://www.doortohope.org/
Description: Our Women’s Residential Program for alcohol and drug addiction has two attributes that set it apart from other programs. It’s affordable and it’s effective. The affordability is reflected by the fact that we offer 3 to 6 months of treatment for no more than and often less than the average 28 day program. And our experience teaches that the extended stays guarantee a more solid basis for sobriety over the long term. Since opening in 1971 the program has graduated more than 2,000 women. The Hayward home is a welcoming place located in a lovely Tudor home where clients live in the 14-bed facility for three to six months and receive compassionate treatment from our experienced, professionally trained staff. When you first enter Clay Street home you sense that it is a place with heart. A safe place. A perfect place for a new beginning. Clients soon learn to have confidence not only in our certified professional staff’s expertise, but also from the fact that the staff has been there. They have known personally the isolation and despair of addiction and they have overcome it and moved on to fulfilling lives.
Outpatient/hayward Division East Bay Community Recovery Project
Location: Hayward, CA - 94541
Contact Phone: (510) 728-8600
Website: http://www.ebcrp.org
Description: East Bay Community Recovery Project (EBCRP) supports self-sufficiency and wellness of individuals and families by providing comprehensive and integrated services for mental health, substance use and related health conditions while addressing housing and employment.
Mhs - Needles Center For Change
Location: Needles, CA - 92363
Contact Phone: (760) 326-4590
Website: https://www.mhsinc.org/
Description: MHS Needles Center for Change offers an array of programs and services dedicated to supporting and improving lives in the community of Needles. Our recovery, DUI, employment, and life skills programs help our clients access their strengths and respond effectively to life’s challenges. In addition, our prevention program spearheads important changes in conditions that lead to harmful use of drugs and alcohol. All our programs help strengthen our community and empower those we serve.
Encompass Community Services - Fenix Services
Location: Watsonville, CA - 95076
Contact Phone: (831) 722-5914
Website: http://www.encompasscs.org/
Description: Fenix Outpatient Services provides drug and/or alcohol abuse treatment services to adults. We offer comprehensive individual sessions, family and group sessions. We provide substance abuse counseling including: AOD education, Early Sobriety, Relapse Prevention, Perinatal Cal-Works, Anger Management, Domestic Violence and Prop36. Counseling sessions vary in duration and most are based on a sliding fee scale. No one is denied services due to inability to pay. Private and self-referrals are welcome.
Sac Health Systems Norton
Location: San Bernardino, CA - 92410
Contact Phone: (909) 382-7135
Website: http://www.sachealthsystem.org/
Description: SAC Health System (SACHS) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation which provides comprehensive and low-cost health care services to the Inland Empire. Our mission is to provide accessible, high quality, whole-person healthcare to the community, enabling families to live vibrant and healthy lives. The Behavioral Health Department at SACHS has a full range of program and treatment services. Services are provided by qualified staff which includes licensed therapists (LCSW and LMFT), certified alcohol and drug counselors, Psychiatric residents (with attendings) and trainees/interns in Marriage and Family Therapy, Social Work, Clinical Psychology under supervising faculty. Medical Family Therapists are assigned to the Primary Care Department during their rotation, to provide prevention and early intervention in that setting. All Behavioral Health staff is available to consult in a crisis management case and make appropriate referrals.
Women On The Way
Location: Hayward, CA - 94541
Contact Phone: (510) 276-3661
Website: http://www.wotwrc.org/
Description: Women on the Way Recovery Center is a licensed California Drug & Alcohol nonprofit organization that provides a safe and loving home where women can regain their health, mental stability and dignity through a program of recovery and education. Our mission is to empower our graduates to become productive, successful members of society, with the necessary skills, education, and vocational training to remain clean and sober, and in control of their lives.
Community Recovery Center Riverside Recovery Resources
Location: Lake Elsinore, CA - 92530
Contact Phone: (951) 674-5354
Website: http://www.riversiderecovery.org/
Description: Riverside Recovery Resources is a non-profit California Corporation dedicated to the mission of “Building stronger families and communities by providing alcohol and other drug prevention, intervention, education, and rehabilitation services”. We provide counseling services with a dedicated, certified and well trained staff. They embrace our philosophy of social improvement from the devastation of addictions and in helping to create remarkable improvements in the lives of scores of adults, adolescents and families in our local communities.
Antelope Valley Rehabilitation Centers High Desert Recovery Services
Location: Lancaster, CA - 93536
Contact Phone: (661) 945-8458
Website: http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/
Description: The Antelope Valley Rehabilitation Centers (AVRC’s) offer affordable and comprehensive adult (18+) Outpatient and Residential (90-120 days) Substance Use Disorder treatment programs. The Outpatient services are located at: 44900 North 60th Street West, Lancaster, California.
449 Recovery A Drug Addiction Treatment Center
Location: San Clemente, CA - 92672
Contact Phone: 949-218-3008
Website: http://www.449recovery.org/
Description: 449 Recovery is a drug and alcohol treatment center in San Clemente, California that is designed to help the family and the substance abuser in need of recovery. Our outpatient drug and alcohol treatment plan is highly effective. Our organization has a singular goal. ” We will open our eyes to see those that are discarded, open our hearts to feel the pain some want to hide and reach out our arms to let them know that they are not alone. In doing this we hope to change a life, one choice and one day at a time, and in the in the process, heal ourselves.” At 449 Recovery, the alumni of our program are given the opportunity to stay involved by coming back to serve those who are just entering the program. This approach of giving back makes us unique and is what creates a true family environment.
Shasta Options
Location: Redding, CA - 96002
Contact Phone: (530) 224-5469
Website: http://www.shastaoptions.com/
Description: SHASTA OPTIONS provides family counseling services to the residents of Shasta County and surrounding areas who have a desire to improve their lifestyle, relationships and home environment.
Creative Care Inc
Location: Malibu, CA - 90265
Contact Phone: (800) 832-3280
Website: http://www.creativecareinc.com
Description: Through a careful listening and observing of each individual, we diagnose what co-occurring disorders might be amplifying their addictions. What emerges is a customized yet clinically sound treatment that allows us to more effectively help our clients change their addictive behavior patterns. Together, we can deal with these underlying problems and sort out their causes and effects. By discovering the “why,” we reduce the chances that the patient will relapse into a chemically dependent life style. In addition to drug and Alcohol Addiction we are experts in treating: Personality Disorders, Mood Disorders, Depression, Bipolar Illness, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Psychiatric Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Food Addiction
Maap
Location: Sacramento, CA - 95823
Contact Phone: (916) 394-2320
Website: http://www.maap.org
Description: Our mission at MAAP is to improve the health and well being of the Latino community and the residents of Sacramento through the provision of services aimed at alleviating the effects of substance abuse, lack of health services and other social needs that impact the community.
D And A Detox Center
Location: Rancho Cordova, CA - 95670
Contact Phone: (916) 364-7660
Website: http://www.dandadetox.net/
Description: D&A is a 501 (c) (3) Non-Profit Organization and is licensed by the State of California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs. We accommodate both men and women in our detoxification centers located in Rancho Cordova. We offer a men's residential drug treatment program and place women into various drug treatment centers in the County of Sacramento. We offer outpatient treatment to men and women at our outpatient facility in Rancho Cordova. We are staffed with counselors who are licensed, certified or registered in the field of substance abuse and have capable support staff.
Sunrise Recovery Ranch
Location: Riverside, CA - 92509
Contact Phone: (951) 328-0146
Website: http://www.sunriserecoveryranch.com
Description: Sunrise offers treatment programs to both men and women for their unique addiction treatment needs. Our serene, “ranch-like” treatment center in Southern California provides the ideal location for healing and recovery. Recommended highly by therapists and doctors, our clinically sophisticated programs have high success rates and we are proud of our outstanding reputation in the addiction field.
Amicus House
Location: San Jose, CA - 95126
Contact Phone: (408) 294-2277
Website: http://amicushouse.com/
Description: Amicus House, located in San Jose, California, is an organization that has been dedicated to helping those with drug and alcohol abuse problems since 1989. Working towards a common goal, our highly qualified staff provides guidance, care and treatment in an intensive and caring environment. For an affordable price, our state licensed and certified program offers clients residential treatment, outpatient treatment, transitional living, family counseling, aftercare and intervention. Attending to each person individually, we create a personalized program of recovery based on an intensive 12-step program. The program is divided into three phases: Primary Treatment, Transition with Outpatient Treatment, and Aftercare. The program is based on historically proven treatment methods, as well as proven cutting-edge methods. The clients receive group support and individualized treatment planning. Amicus House is committed to helping individuals deal with alcohol and drug addiction. This commitment to excellence continues to distinguish Amicus House as one of the most reliable and highly successful facilities in the Silicon Valley. By employing professional counselors, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, the facility is able to offer a comprehensive recovery program. Many of our employees are in recovery from the disease of addiction themselves and can offer insight into the recovery process from personal experience.
Robert Sundance Family Wellness Center United American Indian Involvement Inc
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90017
Contact Phone: (213) 202-3970
Website: http://www.uaii.org/
Description: The Robert Sundance Family Wellness Center (RSFWC) is certified with the State of California Department of Health Services in accordance with applicable provisions of the Health and Safety Code of California and its rules, regulations, and standards. Substance abuse services are funded through the Indian Health Service.
New Directions For Women New Directions For Women Inc
Location: Costa Mesa, CA - 92627
Contact Phone: (949) 548-5546
Website: http://www.newdirectionsforwomen.com
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Alternative Sentencing Nancy Clark And Assoc Inc
Location: Newport Beach, CA - 92663
Contact Phone: (949) 631-0550
Website: http://www.nancyclark.net/
Description: Nancy Clark and Associates is a drug and alcohol rehabilitation program that has been treating chemically dependent individuals since 1990. We offer many different types of services that include residential drug and alcohol treatment, an array of outpatient services and a sober living/aftercare community that are all designed to help each individual integrated back into society.
Womens Odyssey Organization Inc
Location: Canoga Park, CA - 91306
Contact Phone: (818) 998-8972
Website: http://womensodyssey.org/
Description: Women’s Odyssey is a licensed and certified Residential Treatment Program, with strong 12-step orientation, in which every woman can acquire the skills to overcome her addiction(s) and develop a productive, sober way of life that fulfills her potential. The Odyssey House is a complete Treatment Facility, in a home like setting, that offers structure in a supportive atmosphere to assist residents in implementing the necessary steps to overcome addiction. The House was founded on the notion that our residents are not disabled, but have made poor choices and need to learn to make better choices to overcome their addiction. The foundation of treatment stems on three principals, accountability, responsibility and behaviors. After a very brief period of time, residents are required to secure employment, do volunteer work or go back to school to begin becoming self supporting.
Khepera House
Location: Ventura, CA - 93001
Contact Phone: (805) 648-2652
Website: http://www.kheperahouse.org/
Description: Khepera House was founded in 1982 to meet the needs for recovery from alcohol and drug addiction for men. The name Khepera was derived from the Egyptian God 'Khepera' symbolizing the manifestation of the rising sun, self-generation and self-renewal. Since 1982 Khepera House has served thousands of men battling the disease of alcohol and drug addiction.
Coastal Recovery
Location: Newport Beach, CA - 92661-1040
Contact Phone: (800) 990-9691
Website: http://newportcoastrecovery.com/
Description: Newport Coast Recovery (NCR) is a state licensed and certified inpatient drug and alcohol treatment facility offering gender specific treatment for men with addiction and co-occurring disorders. Our highly structured live-in program is 12 step based that incorporates a holistic philosophy. All of our case managers are state certified alcohol and drug counselors and our therapists are professionally licensed. Clients at NCR receive both group and individual counseling, they participate in educational lectures and process groups on addiction, dual diagnosis, relapse prevention, stress/anger management, self esteem and character development classes, as well as attend 12-step meetings. An individualized treatment plan will be developed based on the results of psychological testing and one-on-one interviews with a counselor and a therapist, and will be updated and evaluated on a weekly basis. The foremost program is a structured 90-day intensive residential treatment program for men suffering from drug alcohol and chemical dependency. This program takes place at our Newport Beach facility, called the “Blue House” located steps from the beach and is staffed 24 hours per day for close supervision of all clients. All clients are monitored and are subject to random drug and alcohol testing. The Blue House is fully furnished and contains all the comforts of home including home-cooked meals. In our effort to promote personal responsibility, emotional growth and to raise self esteem and confidence of our clients, our program is divided into phases each of which has clients expectations and goals that have been set through individual care planning. As a clients progress is evaluated and goals are met, the responsibility of clients is increased. As the client, in their addiction, has been lowering the bar of acceptable behavior in recovery, we begin to raise the bar towards achievable behaviors.
Peninsula/adult/adolescent Rec Center Community Hospital Of The Monterey
Location: Monterey, CA - 93940
Contact Phone: (800) 528-8080
Website: http://www.chomp.org
Description: The Recovery Center is an outpatient program providing adults with structured treatment, Monday through Friday evenings. The program is dedicated to the treatment of chemical dependency and to restoring the quality of life for participants. The Recovery Center is designed to meet the needs of people 18 years and older who are experiencing problems with alcohol and/or drugs. Successful recovery involves developing new skills and behaviors, changing old attitudes, and learning to deal more effectively with the ups and downs of daily living. The Recovery Center offers a structured program that works with patients and their families. The program includes strategies to reach and maintain sobriety, coping mechanisms, improved understanding of addiction, family education, risk management, and a variety of relapse-prevention tools. By meeting in the evenings, the treatment program enables many clients to continue with work or school during treatment. The center uses a 12-step approach with education, and skill-building, with a strong family component, aftercare, and an alumni group.
Crc Health Group - Desert Treatment Clinic
Location: Palm Springs, CA - 92262
Contact Phone: (760) 322-9065
Website: http://www.crchealth.com/
Description: Located at 1330 N. Indian Canyon Drive, Suite A, in Palm Springs, California, the Desert Treatment Clinic provides medically supervised methadone maintenance and Suboxone (buprenorphine) detox treatment to individuals who are attempting to overcome an addiction to or dependence upon heroin or other opioids. Methadone hydrochloride is a synthetic "opioid agonist," which means that it acts in a way that is similar to morphine and other narcotic medications. When used in proper doses as part of a medically supervised opioid addiction treatment program, methadone blocks cravings and other withdrawal symptoms without creating the euphoric or sedative states that result from opioid abuse. Buprenorphine is a partial opioid receptor agonist. Like methadone, buprenorphine can relieve opioid withdrawal symptoms without producing the intoxicating effects that are associated with opioid abuse. Buprenorphine was the first medication for the treatment of opioid dependence to be approved under the Drug Addiction Treatment Act of 2000. To be eligible for this type of treatment at the Desert Treatment Clinic, prospective patients much be at least 18 years old, and must have been addicted to or dependent upon opiates for a minimum of one year prior to seeking treatment.
Skyway House Mens Residential Skyway House
Location: Paradise, CA - 95969
Contact Phone: (530) 876-9436
Website: http://www.skywayhouse.org
Description: Skyway House has been providing substance abuse treatment services in Northern California since 1993. That's 20 years of second chances! We offer a continuum of care designed to support the individual in the recovery process. Some of those treatment options include residential treatment, outpatient and court-ordered programs. For individuals who no longer need primary treatment, Skyway House provides safe, clean and supportive living environments for recovering men and women in our semi-structured Recovery Residences.
Older Adult Dual Diagnosed For Seniors Family Service Agency Of San Francisco
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94121
Contact Phone: (415) 386-6600
Website: http://felton.org/
Description: This outpatient program offers comprehensive services to seniors, age 60 and older, who have mental health concerns. We help individuals maintain indepenedence and dignity to age in place. Services include case management, counseling, and psychiatric services. We also address substance abuse issues and concerns. In-home and clinic-based services are offered, using evidence-based practices and assessments. Referrals from the Community Behavioral Health Services of San Francisco (CBHS), the community, and walk-ins are all accepted.
Tri-county Treatment
Location: Oroville, CA - 95966
Contact Phone: (530) 533-5272
Website: http://www.tricountytreatment.com/
Description: Tri-County Treatment’s objective is to provide confidential, individualized help for people with chemical dependency issues and other issues relating to addiction. Tri-County Treatment’s goal is to restore those suffering from addiction to society as integrated, functioning individuals, with sufficient knowledge to be free of the addictive process. Tri-County Treatment is a 12 step based program educating people with tools necessary for defeating the disease of addiction though the skills of its professional, dedicated staff. Tri-County Treatment offers a safe environment and counseling services to explore other personal issues relating to addiction. Tri-County Treatment will not discriminate against any person in any way. Anyone who believes that they are chemically dependent is welcome. People are our priority.
Westminster Alcohol And Drug Abuse Services Orange County Healthcare Agency
Location: Westminster, CA - 92683
Contact Phone: (714) 896-7574
Website: http://ochealthinfo.com/
Description: Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services (ADAS) provides a range of outpatient and residential treatment programs designed to reduce or eliminate the abuse of alcohol and other drugs within the community. Services include crisis intervention, assessment and evaluation; individual, group and family counseling, HIV education, pre- and post-test counseling, and voluntary testing; counseling and testing; referrals to other programs when indicated; and outreach to schools and the general community. Specialized programs provide services for pregnant and parenting women, persons who require methadone maintenance and detoxification, adolescents, persons who have a substance use disorder with co-occurring mental illness, and individuals referred by the Orange County Collaborative Court.
Native American Health Center
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94110
Contact Phone: (415) 621-4371
Website: http://www.nativehealth.org
Description: The Native American Health Center is a non profit organization serving the California Bay Area Native Population and other under-served populations in the Bay Area. 2012 marked NAHC's 40th anniversary; as an organization, we have been serving our community since 1972. NAHC has worked at local, state, and federal levels to deliver resources and servcies for the urban Native community, including medical, dental, behavioral health, diabetes, obesity, substance abuse prevention, HIV/HCV care coordination and prevention.
Phoenix House Academy In San Diego
Location: Descanso, CA - 91916
Contact Phone: (877) 769-9698
Website: http://www.phoenixhouse.org/
Description: Surrounded by mountains, oak groves, and horse ranches, Phoenix House Academy in San Diego, founded in 1987, provides residential substance abuse and mental health treatment for teens ages 12 to 17. Residents attend a fully-accredited high school while receiving individual, group, and family therapy. Teens at the Academy also benefit from cultural and recreational activities, as well as referrals to community partners who offer career development and health care. Family members participate throughout the course of the program, working towards creating a home environment that will support teens in their recovery. The Phoenix House Academy residential treatment model for adolescents, which offers a strength-based, family-centered treatment continuum for teens with substance abuse and co-occurring mental health problems, has been designated as an evidence-based practice by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration’s (SAMHSA) National Registry of Evidence-Based Programs and Practices (NREPP, 2008) as well as a model program by the U.S. Department of Justice’s Office of Juvenile Justice Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP, 2006). Payment options include the following health insurance plans: Aetna, Anthem Blue Cross, APS Healthcare, Cigna, Health Net, Kaiser-Permanente, LifeSynch/Humana, MHN, Value Options, United Behavioral Health and Partners: U.S. Behavioral Health Plan, Travelers Insurance, MetraHealth Insurance, Metropolitan Life Insurance, Pacificare, United Health & Life Insurance. All major credit cards are accepted. Government assistance is offered to those who qualify (with a sliding scale for co-payments. Phoenix House Academy of San Diego is funded in part by the County of San Diego, Health and Human Services Department, Alcohol and Drug Services.
San Mateo County/hillside House Too Womens Recovery Association
Location: San Mateo, CA - 94401
Contact Phone: (650) 348-6603
Website: http://www.womensrecovery.org
Description: The Women’s Recovery Association exists to restore women of all ages and circumstances to a life of dignity and respect, free from the effects of substance abuse. Opened in 1994, Hillside House offers residential treatment for up to twelve pregnant or parenting women and their children. In 2009, Hillside was repainted and renovated, including a brand new tot lot.
Lake County Tribal Health Consortium
Location: Lakeport, CA - 95453
Contact Phone: (707) 263-8382
Website: http://lcthc.com/
Description: Our mission statement: To improve the physical, mental, spiritual, emotional and social health status of the American Indians of Lake County through the provision of culturally sensitive health care services. We are committed to providing quality services to Native Americans and all community members in need of affordable and culturally appropriate health care. The Human Services Department of LCTHC offers individual and family mental health and substance recovery counseling, including play therapy for youth, to Native American/Alaska Native adults, adolescents and children.
Center For Recovery Medical Pavilion/jmmdhs
Location: Concord, CA - 94520
Contact Phone: (925) 674-4100
Website: http://www.johnmuirhealth.com/
Description: Are you or a loved one struggling with psychiatric problems or chemical dependency? John Muir Health provides compassionate, effective treatment in a warm and safe environment. Our inpatient and outpatient programs emphasize diagnosis, outstanding support, clean and comfortable facilities, and continuing care. - See more at: http://www.johnmuirhealth.com/locations/behavioral-health-center-concord.html#sthash.kkkoQIc8.dpuf
Roseville Sierra Mental Wellness Group
Location: Roseville, CA - 95661
Contact Phone: (916) 783-5207
Website: http://www.sierramentalwellness.org/
Description: The mission of Sierra Mental Wellness Group is to provide professional and affordable individual, couple and family counseling, crisis services, child and adolescent programs, and substance abuse treatment and prevention. We seek to provide innovative as well as traditional approaches to solve problems and to address the identified needs of the people in and around Placer County.
Div Of Adolescent Med/sa Treatment Program Childrens Hospital Of Los Angeles
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90027
Contact Phone: (323) 361-2463
Website: http://www.chla.org/
Description: Drugs and alcohol can have a dire impact on the growing adolescent brain, especially one that is already affected by childhood trauma. Adolescent substance abuse is a major public health concern. Here are a few statistics that help tell the story: Marijuana use among teens has risen in the past three years; Roughly one in fifteen high school seniors today is a current daily, or near-daily, marijuana user; “Club Drugs” such as Cocaine, LSD, and Ecstasy (MDMA are as prevalent among youth today as they were in the 1980s; Alcohol remains the most widely used substance and most problematic in teens; Recent statistics indicate that 22 percent of high school seniors are binge drinking (five or more drinks in a row on at least one occasion in a two week period). Community-based education that is designed to demonize drugs can often have the opposite result—causing drugs to appear more enticing to the risk-taking nature of teenagers. Scare tactics may prevent some teens from drinking or using drugs but does little to convince others that “drugs are bad” and the messengers often lose credibility. The Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Services program in the Division of Adolescent Medicine leverages some of the more effective ways of addressing drug and substance abuse and misuse among teens. We provide accurate, age-appropriate information concerning drugs and alcohol to youth, their parents, and the community. We work to normalize healthy curiosity, risk-taking behaviors and the natural adolescent desire to become more independent of their caretakers. We provide a formal assessment that includes a look at risk and protective factors within the context of each individual’s use. This helps teens understand their use on on a continuum of severity from non-use to dependent use. We combine the latest science and research with practical experiences and insights gained over decades of work youth to address underage drinking and drug use. We endorse a basic philosophy that promotes safety first while encouraging youth to remain drug and alcohol free.
Gold Coast Counseling Center, Inc. - Costa Mesa-newport Beach
Location: Costa Mesa, CA - 92627
Contact Phone: (949) 722-0893
Website: http://www.goldcoastdui.com/
Description: Gold Coast Counseling Center, Inc. is a state licensed and county approved Drinking Driver Program. We offer first offender and multiple offender programs. Our Mission: Help people reach their goals in life without the use of drugs and alcohol. Help reduce the number of D.U.I.’s through counseling, education, and referrals to services which may further help the individual.
Oroville Community Counseling Center Butte County Behavioral Health Services
Location: Oroville, CA - 95965
Contact Phone: (530) 538-2158
Website: http://www.buttecounty.net/behavioralhealth/
Description: Our Mission: "Partner with individuals, families and the community for recovery from serious mental health and substance abuse issues and to promote wellness, resiliency and hope." Behavioral Health provides services for individuals in crisis, for youth, for adults and for alcohol and drug treatment. Services are provided in Chico, Paradise, Oroville, Gridley and rural communities. We are here to Help.
Fred Brown Recovery Services
Location: San Pedro, CA - 90731
Contact Phone: (310) 519-8723
Website: http://www.fredbrownrecovery.org
Description: Fred Brown Recovery Services is a non-profit 12-step based residential substance abuse treatment program for adult men. We have served our community for over 28 years, helping thousands of men & women recover from the disease of addiction. Our primary mission is to provide a strong foundation for a lifelong recovery from the disease of addiction. We currently offer a variety of programs and services for adult men and women
Adult Services Program Berkeley Mental Health
Location: Berkeley, CA - 94704
Contact Phone: (510) 981-5290
Website: http://www.ci.berkeley.ca.us/mental_health/
Description: The Mental Health Division provides a range of community-based mental health services to Berkeley and Albany residents. We work with people in our clinics, in schools, in their homes, on the street or in shelters, and in a variety of other settings. The Mental Health Adult Services Clinic provides mental health and related social services to Berkeley and Albany community members and their families. Program efforts include coordination and consultation with other agencies and groups, and providing linkages and referrals to community resources.
Treatment Courts Oroville Butte County Behavioral Health Services
Location: Oroville, CA - 95965
Contact Phone: (530) 538-7277
Website: http://www.buttecounty.net/behavioralhealth/
Description: Our Mission: "Partner with individuals, families and the community for recovery from serious mental health and substance abuse issues and to promote wellness, resiliency and hope." Behavioral Health provides services for individuals in crisis, for youth, for adults and for alcohol and drug treatment. Services are provided in Chico, Paradise, Oroville, Gridley and rural communities. We are here to Help.
Mhs - San Bernardino Dui Program
Location: San Bernardino, CA - 92405
Contact Phone: (909) 881-1570
Website: https://www.mhsinc.org/
Description: Our San Bernardino DUI program is certified by the State and approved by the County of San Bernardino to provide alcohol and drug education and prevention services to individuals convicted of Driving Under the Influence (DUI) or mandated by the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to complete a DUI program in order to reinstate driving privileges. The program helps improve public health and safety on the highways by reducing the incidence of alcohol and drug abuse while operating a motor vehicle. Our courses teach participants about the effects of alcohol and other drugs and their impact on the individual, family and community. Participants are guided toward appropriate and permanent lifestyle changes to prevent further DUI offenses and other negative effects caused by the abuse of alcohol or other drugs.
Mhs - Floyd Farrow Substance Abuse Unit
Location: Fresno, CA - 93725
Contact Phone: (559) 495-3811
Website: https://www.mhsinc.org/
Description: Floyd Farrow Substance Abuse Unit (SAU) program is a 40-bed Fresno County Juvenile Justice Campus program. The program provides client centered strength based residential, day intensive and outpatient substance abuse treatment. We collaborate with a multidisciplinary team that includes teachers, probation officers, clinicians, counselors and families. We offer the education, early intervention and treatment that allows dually diagnosed and criminally addicted adolescents to recover from the effects of all mood-altering chemicals.
Ohs Driving Under The Influence Program
Location: San Marcos, CA - 92069
Contact Phone: (760) 752-5300
Website: https://www.mhn.com/
Description: OHS has been committed to public safety since 1978, providing California State Licensed Driving Under the Influence (DUI) Programs in Alameda, Contra Costa, San Diego, San Mateo, Santa Clara and Stanislaus Counties.
Marengo House Grandview Foundation
Location: Pasadena, CA - 91103
Contact Phone: (626) 797-1124
Website: http://www.grandviewfoundation.com
Description: Grandview Foundation’s mission is to provide residential recovery services to men, and outpatient services to men and women, 18 and over, and their families who suffer from the effects of alcoholism and drug addiction. In response to this mission, The Grandview Foundation has undertaken the steps necessary to identify the causes, provide treatment, and make available direct and supportive recovery services necessary to realistically address the needs of alcoholics and addicted persons in an environment of diminishing resources. Addiction deteriorates individuals, and families biologically, psychologically, socially, and spiritually. The Grandview model is designed to promote healing in those areas, and restore the quality of life so our clients may re-enter society as a contributing member, with hope for the future, and at peace with today.
Community Recovery Resources - Auburn Campus
Location: Auburn, CA - 95602
Contact Phone: (530) 885-1961
Website: http://www.corr.us/
Description: Community Recovery Resources (CoRR) is a non-profit organization. Our mission is to provide a full spectrum of programs focused toward reducing the social, health, and financial impact on our families and children from all types of drug abuse. CoRR has been saving and improving lives through substance abuse treatment and mental health services since 1974. Growing over the years to meet the needs of the community, CoRR now provides a full range of programs throughout Northern California communities in Placer and Nevada Counties. All of our programs have a primary focus on the family system. The Auburn Campus offers comprehensive substance abuse treatment conveniently located in the Sierra Nevada foothills, serving, Auburn, Loomis, Colfax, and nearby communities. Whether you are seeking an alcohol treatment center, inpatient drug rehab, or other supports like outpatient substance abuse treatment, you’ll find quality, affordable options at our Auburn Campus to improve overall health and help you succeed in long-term sobriety.
Share Program Spiritt Family Services
Location: Glendora, CA - 91740
Contact Phone: (626) 335-8153
Website: http://www.spiritt.org/
Description: SPIRITT is committed to providing vital social services to families. Programs emphasize prevention and early intervention. Services are delivered by culturally competent and qualified professionals. SHARE [Strategies to Help with Addiction & Recovery Efforts] - Offering a full range of substance use prevention and recovery services for adults including individual, group and family counseling.
Aegis Treatment Centers, Llc - La Mirada
Location: La Mirada, CA - 90638
Contact Phone: (562) 946-1587
Website: http://aegistreatmentcenters.com/
Description: Aegis Treatment Centers, LLC., ("Aegis") operates one of the largest networks of Narcotic Treatment Programs (NTPs), also known as Opiate Treatment Programs (OTPs), in the nation. In 1998, Aegis began implementation of a business plan that would upgrade its network into a state-of-the-art continuum of care, creating a model that has set the standard for OTP operations throughout the country. AEGIS' MISSION: Aegis’ goal is to support the successful recovery of its patients and improve the quality of their lives; Aegis is committed to providing evidence-based comprehensive treatment services incorporating multidisciplinary modalities; Aegis promotes the highest standard of patient care in the treatment of substance abuse and related medical, psychological and socio-economic conditions; Aegis and its staff members pursue excellence, integrity & commitment in the provision of effective patient care.
Wilmington Community Recovery Center Behavioral Health Services
Location: Wilmington, CA - 90744
Contact Phone: (310) 549-2710
Website: http://www.bhs-inc.org
Description: Behavioral Health Services (BHS) is a not-for-profit community-based healthcare organization providing substance abuse, mental health, drug-free transitional living, older adult services, HIV/AIDS education and prevention, and other related health services to the residents of Southern California. Since 1973 BHS has expanded services to meet the comprehensive needs of its clients, and now provides services from 21 sites located throughout Los Angeles County. These sites include two free-standing chemical dependency recovery centers with medical detoxification and residential/outpatient treatment, three additional residential treatment facilities, twelve outpatient facilities, and four transitional living facilities. The BHS continuum of care includes four community assessment center sites, prevention programs for adolescents and older adults, geriatric case management, and home care services for frail elderly and disabled adult
Redgate Memorial Recovery Center Behavioral Health Services
Location: Long Beach, CA - 90813
Contact Phone: (562) 599-8444
Website: http://www.bhs-inc.org
Description: Behavioral Health Services (BHS) is a not-for-profit community-based healthcare organization providing substance abuse, mental health, drug-free transitional living, older adult services, HIV/AIDS education and prevention, and other related health services to the residents of Southern California. Since 1973 BHS has expanded services to meet the comprehensive needs of its clients, and now provides services from 21 sites located throughout Los Angeles County. These sites include two free-standing chemical dependency recovery centers with medical detoxification and residential/outpatient treatment, three additional residential treatment facilities, twelve outpatient facilities, and four transitional living facilities. The BHS continuum of care includes four community assessment center sites, prevention programs for adolescents and older adults, geriatric case management, and home care services for frail elderly and disabled adults.
Substance Abuse Program House Of Acts
Location: Vallejo, CA - 94590
Contact Phone: (707) 553-1042
Website: http://www.houseofacts.org/
Description: The House of Acts, Inc. is located in the Greater San Francisco Bay Area, in Solano County. We are a non-profit 501(c)3, community- and faith-based, residential social model program with a focus on individuals recovery and relapse prevention from alcohol and drug use disorders. We function as a substance abuse treatment program in a transitional housing setting for men, women, and transitional youth. Licensed and certified by the California State Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs.
High Gain Project Alcohol Drug Council
Location: Santa Monica, CA - 90401
Contact Phone: (310) 451-5881
Website: http://www.adcwa.com
Description: The ADC High Gain Project has been providing treatment services to alcoholics, addicts, family members and to our community since 1974. We continue to be one of the oldest non-profit, independent agencies in the county dealing with prevention, addiction and associated negative behaviors. Proudly we are one of the first DUI providers in Los Angeles County, thanks to our founder Gaylord G. Long and his wife, my mom, Joreen Long. We were started as a "mom & pop shop" and continue today with the same family supportive environment. Our program has demonstrated a treatment approach that remains successful which has been validated by our 90.84% closing rate. As the Executive Director ,it is an honor and a privilege to lead such a dedicated and skilled staff. Our team are considered "high gain family" and most have been with our agency for years, they are here because they care. Our goals remain steadfast, to assist participants through a very difficult and often frightening time in their lives, to educate, motivate and reduce recidivism.
Addiction And Counseling Services Successful Alternatives For
Location: Hayward, CA - 94544
Contact Phone: (510) 247-8300
Website: http://www.medmarkhayward.com/
Description: We provide medication assisted treatment and counseling services to individuals who are addicted to opioids such as: OxyContin, Hydrocodone, Vicodin, Heroin, Morphine, Opium. MedMark Treatment Centers Hayward Clinic provides outpatient substance abuse treatment, specializing in opioid dependency. We are committed to providing caring and confidential services to help patients lead a more productive and healthy lifestyle.
Axis Community Health - Behavioral Health (livermore)
Location: Livermore, CA - 94551
Contact Phone: (925) 462-1755
Website: http://www.axishealth.org/
Description: Axis Community Health began in 1972 as a health center for low-income children in Eastern Alameda County who had no other access to health care. Over the past thirty years, Axis has grown to provide medical care for all ages. We have also added mental health counseling services, addiction recovery programs, court-ordered programs, a WIC nutrition program and school and community-based health education services. Until February 2004, we were known as Valley Community Health Center. We changed our name to Axis Community Health in an effort to increase our community visibility and eliminate the confusion that existed in the community between our organization and ValleyCare Medical Center, the local hospital. Axis now offers services from five sites in the Tri-Valley area and serves more than 14,000 members of the community.
Aegis Treatment Centers, Llc - Modesto
Location: Modesto, CA - 95354
Contact Phone: (209) 527-4597
Website: http://aegistreatmentcenters.com/
Description: Aegis Treatment Centers, LLC., ("Aegis") operates one of the largest networks of Narcotic Treatment Programs (NTPs), also known as Opiate Treatment Programs (OTPs), in the nation. In 1998, Aegis began implementation of a business plan that would upgrade its network into a state-of-the-art continuum of care, creating a model that has set the standard for OTP operations throughout the country. AEGIS' MISSION: Aegis’ goal is to support the successful recovery of its patients and improve the quality of their lives; Aegis is committed to providing evidence-based comprehensive treatment services incorporating multidisciplinary modalities; Aegis promotes the highest standard of patient care in the treatment of substance abuse and related medical, psychological and socio-economic conditions; Aegis and its staff members pursue excellence, integrity & commitment in the provision of effective patient care.
Alcohol And Drug Abuse Programs Kaiser Santa Teresa
Location: San Jose, CA - 95119
Contact Phone: (408) 972-3366
Website: http://mydoctor.kaiserpermanente.org/ncal/facilities/region/sanjose/area_master/home/
Description: Our Chemical Dependency Services are staffed by highly trained professionals and are available at here at Kaiser Permanente San Jose Medical Center. We offer services to those members affected by the problems of addition, both people who use drugs and alcohol and their families. Chemical Dependency Services offer a full range of care for chemically dependent individuals and their families.
Riverside-san Bernardino County Indian Health, Inc. - San Manuel Health Clinic
Location: San Bernardino, CA - 92404
Contact Phone: (909) 864-1097
Website: http://www.rsbcihi.org/
Description: RSBCIHI is to provide culturally sensitive healthcare, respect, and abide by the traditional customs of our Indian Communities, and promote wellness and provide early intervention to achieve healthy lifestyles. The Behavioral Health Services (BHS) department provides services for clients at the following health care sites: Anza, Morongo, San Manuel, Soboba, Pechanga, Palm Springs and TM. BHS provides services for chemical dependency (CD) and mental health (MH) problems involving prevention, education, on-site crisis assessment, out patient treatment, referral for inpatient chemical dependency and psychiatric treatment and aftercare services. BHS also offers general assistance (GA) services to eligible clients, a grant managed by Dolly Velez.
Adult Recovery Home Clare Foundation Inc
Location: Santa Monica, CA - 90404
Contact Phone: (310) 314-6207
Website: http://www.clarefoundation.org
Description: The CLARE Foundation is a nonprofit organization providing effective and compassionate treatment, recovery, and prevention services for alcoholism and substance abuse to individuals, families and the community. Founded in 1970, CLARE has its origins in the late 1960s when a group of sober alcoholics began bringing food, blankets, and the message of recovery to homeless alcoholics on the beaches of Santa Monica and Venice. Since then, CLARE has evolved into a multi-site organization with 11 highly effective and cost-efficient residential, outpatient, and prevention programs that serve thousands of adults and young people each year. We have program sites in Santa Monica, Venice, Culver City, and West Los Angeles.
Drug Services Center Latino Family Alcohol And
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90022
Contact Phone: (323) 722-4529
Website: http://www.chcada.org
Description: Established in 1975 in order to reduce alcohol abuse and dependency amongst Latino males in Central California, the California Hispanic Commission quickly expanded its service offerings to address the needs of multiple-risk populations throughout the State. While remaining committed to the provision of culture-specifi c services to Latinos, the California Hispanic Commission now provides a broad range of services that transcend racial/ethnic and gender lines. Uniquely cognizant of the fact that the genesis of substance abuse disorders is often located within biochemical and genetic factors; familial circumstances; psychological dynamics, and within the realm of the environmental and the sociocultural, CHCADA is a private, nonprofi t community-based organization that has always sought to address both the antecedents and the secondary effects of substance abuse and dependency through the use of comprehensive interdisciplinary services.
Higher Goals
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90044
Contact Phone: (323) 755-9702
Website: http://www.highergoals.org/
Description: Higher Goals, Inc. was incorporated in 1992 to bring hope and help to those suffering and homeless in Los Angeles neighborhoods. Originally a service arm of the Prayer Time Mission founded in 1971 by Dorothy and John Thompson, the ministry was a response to a growing community need for assistance with housing. As the Thompsons and their friends reached out to the homeless, it soon became apparent that more services were needed than could be financed by church members alone. An expanding financial base allowed Higher Goals, Inc. to add more resources including an emergency shelter with 20 beds and supportive services. 90-Day residency and transitional housing with stays of up to 6 months at multiple sites, job training and employment services are now available. As outreach has stepped up, referrals have increased from info line and other resources throughout Los Angeles county. Today Higher Goals, Inc. works in tandem with many agencies in order to maximize the services we provide to an ever – increasing constituency. Higher Goals, Inc. community workers respond to all people in need. We serve the AIDS community by providing case management for HIV+ clients in collaboration with Drew Medical Center.
Ohlhoff Recovery Programs
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94117
Contact Phone: (415) 621-4388
Website: http://ohlhoff.org/
Description: For over 50 years, Ohlhoff Recovery Programs has provided quality programs for adults and adolescents in recovery from substance abuse and chemical dependency. All services are offered without regard to race, creed, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, nationality, or relapse history. The mission of Ohlhoff Recovery Programs is to provide the highest quality of treatment services for the disease of chemical dependency; empowering individuals and families to take responsibility for their own recovery.
Alcohol Education/recovery Services W And G Enterprises
Location: Chino, CA - 91710
Contact Phone: (909) 591-4761
Website: http://www.aers.us/
Description: Alcohol Education & Recovery Services is a provider of first offender and multiple offender DUI programs. AERS has been providing these services since 1982.
Behavioral Systems Southwest
Location: San Clemente, CA - 92672
Contact Phone: (949) 492-3574
Website: http://behavioralsystemssouthwest.com/
Description: Behavioral Systems Southwest (BSS) is comprised of a team of committed community correctional professionals dedicated to helping the ex-offender population break the criminal cycle and improve the quality of their lives through the use of cognitive behavioral change methodology. We accomplish this goal by providing comprehensive reintegration services to the ex-offender population in residential and non-residential settings. The services we provide focus on individual skill building, accomplished through individual and/or group activities, all the while focusing on staff development and professional growth in order to provide effective services to those we serve. BSS seeks to empower individuals by providing them with the knowledge and training necessary to address existing behavior issues, identify solutions to future problems, and live a productive, self-supporting, clean and sober, crime-free life.
Sea Charter School
Location: Long Beach, CA - 90805
Contact Phone: (562) 728-6683
Website: http://www.seacharter.net/
Description: First granted its charter in 1997, SEA Charter School works with youth who are struggling academically and at high risk for delinquency. SEA Charter School is a WASC (Western Association of Schools and Colleges) accredited community day school operating seventeen (17) education centers throughout Los Angeles County. SEA Charter School serves at-risk and disadvantaged youth, ages 14 to 18, who are on probation, credit-deficient, or have been expelled from school. We provide a rigorous academic curriculum, credit-recovery, and a comprehensive set of social and wrap-around services to both youth and their families. Our goal at SEA Charter School is not only to help students succeed academically, but, even more importantly, to help them grow to become responsible, contributing adults. Seventy-seven percent (77%) of the students who enter SEA Charter School successfully exit the program after catching up on their credits either by graduating from the school, returning to their home school, or by entering a more appropriate learning environment.
Brian Green
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90093
Contact Phone: (323) 851-7208
Website: http://www.mindmagic123.com
Description: Brian Green: Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist; Chemical Dependency & Lifestyle Disorders Specialist; Domestic Violence Counselor. Do you want to improve your internal and/or external life? Feel more relaxed and confident? Change the way you think, behave, feel or function in some way? Improve the way you perform in some area? Be more happy, successful, healthy, creative and full of joy? Feel more fulfilled as you live more of the life you've always wanted? Perhaps you you would like to feel more comfortable? Get motivated, find a better job? Have more love in your life? Stop smoking? Hypnosis and hypnotherapy are renowned for creating rapid powerful positive change? Is some small part of you getting in your own way? Feeling a bit stressed? A bit stuck? A bit blocked? Feeling some anxiety? Somewhat down or depressed? Perhaps a bit anxious, trapped and desperate? Even like you are going off your head, in danger of getting nearly crazy? Or perhaps you've been experiencing some mental, emotional or physical difficulty that needs hypnosis and hypnotherapy for you to be comfortable again? All of these reasons, both positives and negatives, are common reasons for using Brian's hypnotherapy services. If you want to change your life, why not allow Brian to be the one to help you change it? "If it can be done, Brian is one of the guys that can do it." He can get to the root of the matter, remove obstacles, and help you improve the quality of your life. Are you within traveling distance for West Hollywood or Los Angeles? Brian is an experienced warm & caring client oriented hypnotist & hypnotherapist, who you can trust will work with you every step of the way to make sure you receive all the benefits from his services that you need. Complete client customer satisfaction, service & value, are his goals. Carried out with strict confidendentiality & privacy. "Don't delay, start today."
Mhs - Pride
Location: San Bernardino, CA - 92408
Contact Phone: (909) 386-0437
Website: https://www.mhsinc.org/
Description: PRIDE (Probationers in Recovery and Intervention through Drug Education) is a partnership between Mental Health Systems and San Bernardino’s Probation Department. We provide outpatient treatment for individuals who have a history of drug/alcohol addiction and criminal activity. Our treatment includes group therapy, individual sessions, required attendance of three self-help or 12 Step meetings weekly, and regular court appearances to be determine by probation officers.
Heritage House Southern California Alcohol And Drug Programs Inc
Location: Costa Mesa, CA - 92627
Contact Phone: (949) 646-2271
Website: http://www.scadpinc.org/
Description: Southern California Alcohol and Drug Programs, Inc. (SCADP) was established in 1972 in a grassroots effort by community volunteers seeking alternatives to prison for those individuals with substance use disorder (SUD). SCADP is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization providing more than 500 residential treatment beds and outpatient counseling to over 1,500 individuals. Heritage House South provides Substance Use Disorder residential treatment services, life skills, parenting education for women and their children in Orange County. The program operates in a residential treatment setting providing stability for families and is one of two residential facilities in the county that allows pregnant mother and their children to reside together while receiving Substance Use Disorder treatment.
Comprehensive Addiction Programs, Inc. - Residential
Location: Fresno, CA - 93706
Contact Phone: (559) 264-2551
Website: http://caprehab.org/
Description: In 1972, a man named Dean Duncan and other local businessmen made it their mission to provide a safe haven for homeless alcoholic men. The following year CAP was incorporated as a treatment program for alcoholism. Over the years it has evolved to meet greater addiction recovery needs in the community. CAP now offers detoxification and stabilization services, residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation treatment and transitional living for adult men and women. Committed to rebuilding lives, families, and communities CAP serves over 200 clients a year. Through its services CAP provides clients with the skills and tools to help recover from addiction and build independent sustainable lives in the community. The residential programs are based on the 12-step rehabilitation model. In the program clients receive drug education, individual and group counseling. In addition, CAP rehabilitation program offers classes in anger management, self-esteem, and trauma and abuse. Clients also attend weekly parenting and relationship classes to develop their communication skills and build healthier families. The general environment at Comprehensive Addiction Programs, Inc. is based on learning to work together to solve problems as a dependency-free community. The environment at CAP is home-like. Clients can step out of their rooms into Serenity Garden and enjoy the fresh air and the calmness of nature. There is a baseball field, basketball court, horseshoe pit and open field where clients can play sports and games. Three children’s playrooms are available for the clients to visit with their children in a comfortable and private environment. CAP’s focus is to make clients feel welcome and at home.
Five Years And Pregnant Women New House/women With Children Under
Location: San Bernardino, CA - 92401
Contact Phone: (909) 881-0390
Website: http://newhouseresidential.com/
Description: New House, Inc. (NHI) is a non-profit 501(c) 3 organization that has been providing recovery and counseling services to the residents of San Bernardino County since 1978. NHI has a unique capacity to provide services for men/women with children. The children accompany the parents while in treatment. Many of the children have special needs as a result of exposure to the dysfunctional lifestyle of their substance-abusing parents. The majority have been abused and/or neglected, and the remainder are “at risk” of the same. The turmoil and chaos these children have witnessed in their short lives will continue to have a negative impact on their lives if they do not get the help that they need. These children are in need of developmental assessments, counseling, and individualized therapy. In response NHI is in the process of expanding services to include a therapeutic childcare center for these children. Structured activities will be scheduled for the children. In addition, the therapeutic childcare center will employ a team of highly skilled professionals to help the children overcome the sometimes debilitating effects their parent’s substance abuse has had on their lives. The focus of the program overall is to substantially improve the family structure and break the intergenera-tional cycle of addiction and dysfunction.
New House/mens Program
Location: San Bernardino, CA - 92405
Contact Phone: (909) 881-0390
Website: http://www.newhouseinc.org/
Description: The complex at "840/850" consists of services and housing able to satisfy the needs of up to twenty-nine men and their children if necessary. The ninety day program works with the time proven "12 step program of recovery" as well as individual and group counseling, family dynamics, grief and loss, parenting, self awareness and family counseling. Here the men are just finishing a group counseling session in the living room of "840". They are also counseled on subjects including anger management, communication skills, coping skills, disease concepts, domestic violence and dual diagnosis. The Twelve Steps play an important part in the ongoing recovery process as well as the sober living programs, relapse prevention and aftercare. Children can come to treatment and live with you in your own "private" quarters where there is licensed child care available as well as an on-site child and adult psycologist. The home at "856" can care for up to twenty-three women and their children in a very comfortable and safe setting. This ninety day program uses the same "12 step program of recovery" as well as individual and group counseling, family dynamics, grief and loss, parenting, self awareness, family counseling, sober living programs, relapse prevention and aftercare. Both AA and Alanon meet at these three facilities. Our 14th Street facility features relapse prevention, aftercare and sober living where up to twenty-four women and children make the journey from treatment back into society in this transitional care facility. Both AA and Alanon meet at 14th Street. Don't be surprised or alarmed if Phoebe greets you at the gate at 14th Street. One dog who had lost her way, is now enjoying a life amoung the sober and happy residents in transitional, apartment like living. 14th Street is just like home for many residents and makes the task of finding and establishing gainfull employment easier as the stresses of everyday living ease with their new found sobriety. The "Orange Show" property houses eight women and children in the front house and provides a park like setting in the rear of the lot for the licensed childcare facility that can manage up to fifteen kids of all ages from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm daily. With her on site office at "Orange Show", our licensed Therapist can provide many services for the kids and their families. There are plenty of activities to keep the children busy and learning during the day including swimming, jungle gym and painting. The childcare services at "Orange Show" are not limited to families staying at one of the other houses. Another recreational activity at "Orange Show"is chalk painting which can quickly turn into another fine game that builds strong minds and bodies. The "Pershing House" sleeps six men for up to six months of transitional living. The garage in back houses a fine meeting room. Located behind our main office on Arrowhead Avenue, Pershing is our newest facility and is a beehive of sober activity.
Hollywood Family Recovery Center Behavioral Health Services
Location: Hollywood, CA - 90028
Contact Phone: (323) 461-3161
Website: http://www.bhs-inc.org
Description: Behavioral Health Services (BHS) is a not-for-profit community-based healthcare organization providing substance abuse, mental health, drug-free transitional living, older adult services, HIV/AIDS education and prevention, and other related health services to the residents of Southern California. Since 1973 BHS has expanded services to meet the comprehensive needs of its clients, and now provides services from 21 sites located throughout Los Angeles County. These sites include two free-standing chemical dependency recovery centers with medical detoxification and residential/outpatient treatment, three additional residential treatment facilities, twelve outpatient facilities, and four transitional living facilities. The BHS continuum of care includes four community assessment center sites, prevention programs for adolescents and older adults, geriatric case management, and home care services for frail elderly and disabled adults.
Life Choices Treatment Services Inc
Location: San Jose, CA - 95112
Contact Phone: (408) 971-7811
Website: http://www.lifechoicestreatment.org/
Description: LifeChoices has been helping men and women to overcome addiction, and reinforcing sober living in San Jose for since 2001. We provide effective program a safe, clean, and comfortable environment to support alcoholics and addicts in recovery. Our sober home is conveniently located near downtown San Jose, and very close to public transportation. We are in a pleasant neighborhood with a lot of open space around the home. You will find all necessary amenities in our sober living home. We take pride in maintaining a respectful relationship with our neighbors .
Catholic Charities Of Santa Clara County
Location: San Jose, CA - 95134
Contact Phone: (408) 468-0100
Website: http://www.catholiccharitiesscc.org/
Description: Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County changes lives for good. We help people of all cultures and beliefs rise up out of poverty and overcome the barriers to self-sufficiency. Because most lives are a complex pattern of choices and circumstances, we take a holistic approach to helping people change their lives, taking into account the whole person as well as their family and life situations. We do this through a broad range of services, including job skills training and placement, older adult services, mental health and substance abuse counseling, housing assistance, financial education, immigration support, and refugee resettlement. We also provide educational programs that help young people develop into self-sufficient adults. Each year, we serve more than 37,000 people in need. Issues such as depression, mental illness and substance abuse can be major barriers to achieving economic self-sufficiency. They can keep a person's life in constant turmoil and make it hard to hold down a job or achieve other important goals. Often times, persons facing these issues will experience unemployment, homelessness and other related socioeconomic problems if their condition is left untreated. Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County offers a number of services that can help older adults, adults and children get on the road to wellness and recovery to overcome these barriers and make positive life changes. If you or someone you know are facing problems as a result of these issues, we may be able to help. Most of our programs are funded by MediCal, State and Federal Grants or local grants and serve specific vulnerable groups struggling with these issues.
Wellspace Health Residential Treatment Center
Location: Sacramento, CA - 95815
Contact Phone: (916) 737-5555
Website: http://www.wellspacehealth.org/
Description: WellSpace Health, formerly known as The Effort, a Federally Qualified Health Center, was established in 1953. Our doctors currently provide health care in our various community health centers. WellSpace Health also offers inpatient and outpatient addiction treatment and our therapists offer mental health counseling. In addition, our physicians and medical staff offer pregnancy and midwife services. WellSpace Health Residential Treatment Center was one of Sacramento’s first inpatient residential addictions treatment programs. This is a 45-bed adult residential rehabilitation program and in keeping with the ‘No Wrong Door’ belief, integration with our primary care and mental health services just makes sense. The Residential Treatment Center is a mainstay in the region’s addiction treatment system, and is in the vanguard of programs offering co-occurring mental health treatment. Treatment offered at our Residential Treatment Center uses the evidence-based Modified Therapeutic Community model. Our Residential Treatment Center also houses our detoxification program. This residential detoxification program is conducted in a licensed, medically monitored facility. This seven-to-fourteen day program assists the substance-abusing client with round-the-clock treatment for physical detoxification from alcohol and other drugs. Substance abuse counselors are on-site 24 hours a day. Most of our successful clients go forward with further treatment. Whether through our Outpatient Program or Residential Treatment, our clients are assured that additional services are available.
Womens Residential Pacific Hills Treatment Center
Location: San Clemente, CA - 92674
Contact Phone: (877) 947-2604
Website: http://www.pachills.com
Description: Pacific Hills women's treatment center is a dual diagnosis treatment center for women only. Here we specialize in helping women who suffer from drug addiction and/or alcoholism, while also addressing any emotional or psychiatric issues that may be contributing to the addiction problem. We believe that this can only be done properly in a gender specific environment with an experienced and understanding staff of women who both understand and relate to the issues that each of our female clients present. We also believe that treatment must remain as individualized as possible. Therefore we only treat a maximum of 14 women at a time. We believe that this gives us the best possible environment to induce recovery from the insidious disease of addiction.
Bay Area Community Resources - Gateway Adult Alcohol & Drug Treatment Services
Location: San Pablo, CA - 94806
Contact Phone: (510) 235-2887
Website: http://www.bacr.org/
Description: BACR's Gateway Services is an intensive outpatient treatment program for clients from Contra Costa County Drug Court. Group and individual counseling are provided, as well as drug testing and referral.
Clearlake Clinic Lake County Alcohol And Other Drug Services
Location: Clearlake, CA - 95422
Contact Phone: (707) 994-6494
Website: http://lcmh.lakecountyca.gov/
Description: Behavioral Health provides integrated recovery-oriented mental health and alcohol and other drug services in clinic locations. We also operate and support several wellness centers to meet the needs of unserved and underserved populations. Alcohol and drug abuse diversion and treatment services are available at the clinics and through contracts with local provider agencies. Services include individual and group counseling, and trauma-informed treatment services for adults and youth. We also provide referrals to detoxification or residential treatment center. Fees for treatment services are based on a sliding scale. Medi-Cal is accepted. Substance abuse prevention services are provided to the community free of charge. Using a community cooperation approach, we provide alcohol/drug free alternative activities for youth including support for Friday Night Live/Club Live peer leadership and classroom activities. Substance Abuse prevention information is provided to the community utilizing media, brochures, presentations and problem identification for employers and employee assistance programs, and school based prevention programs. Mental Health services are designed to provide strong community-based partnerships with individuals and families who are dealing with serious mental illness, including those who have co-occurring (mental health and substances abuse) disorders. Recovery-oriented services include assistance with establishing stable housing, access to physical health care, medications management, trauma-informed counseling and peer supports. Behavioral Health assists with management of mental health crises for all members of the community and provides for inpatient or temporary residential care as appropriate.
Mfi Recovery Center - Murrieta Outpatient Services
Location: Murrieta, CA - 92562
Contact Phone: (951) 698-8558
Website: http://www.mfirecovery.com/
Description: Helping men, women, and adolescents of all ages, our supportive and structured programs offer the help needed to learn how to obtain and maintain a life free of addiction. Outpatient services allow addicts to get the help they need while remaining employed and at home with their families. Our caring, professional, and committed staff is dedicated to the success of each individual utilizing our services. Working with a team of professional medical doctors, licensed therapists, and certified substance abuse counselors, personalized treatment plans are created to ensure each individuals needs are met. The Murrieta site is closed on Fridays, and is easily accessed using the local bus system.
Mhs - Victor Valley Center For Change
Location: Victorville, CA - 92394
Contact Phone: (760) 843-7809
Website: https://www.mhsinc.org/
Description: Victor Valley Center for Change is the case management and treatment provider for Victor Valley Drug Court. We work collaboratively with other members of the Drug Court Team. As the team’s treatment provider we help our clients achieve success in living a productive life that is free of criminal activity. Our treatment services offer group and individual counseling, and we provide case management services for mental health, education, employment and community referral needs. We provide treatment services to individuals who have been convicted of drug charges or charges that can be directly linked to substance abuse. Referrals from the Superior Court are presumed to have a personal drug abuse history and show signs that they can benefit from our treatment services.
Kaiser Permanente/orchard Medical Offices
Location: Downey, CA - 90242
Contact Phone: (562) 657-2011
Website: https://healthy.kaiserpermanente.org/
Description: Drop-in care available; Individuals and groups. Office hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday, 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Cache Creek Lodge
Location: Woodland, CA - 95695
Contact Phone: (530) 662-5727
Website: http://www.cachecreeklodge.com/
Description: The mission of Cache Creek Lodge is to facilitate individual rehabilitation and community reintegration of men and women struggling with alcoholism and drug abuse with guidance, education, and compassionate support. The 45-bed residential substance abuse program utilizes a social model based on the 12-step program and addresses a client’s comprehensive needs. Clients commit to a structured schedule in which they receive individual and group counseling, behavioral therapy, financial literacy and employment training, spiritual counsel, temporary housing, recreational activities, and assistance accessing public and community-based health and social services. In addition to residential treatment services, Cache Creek Lodge runs a 22-bed transitional housing program for clients in various stages of recovery.
Mcalister Institute - East Region South Teen Recovery Center
Location: La Mesa, CA - 91942
Contact Phone: (619) 465-4349
Website: http://www.mcalisterinc.org/
Description: McAlister Institute Teen Recovery Centers (TRCs) provide substance abuse treatment, recovery, and education for adolescents who are using, misusing, or abusing alcohol and/or other drugs. Each program accommodates teens' school schedules, offering after-school treatment, individual and group counseling, and structured recovery activities to help teens develop the tools they need to stay alcohol- and drug-free. Programs are conveniently located for easy access and limited transportation and now offer satellite programs at schools throughout the County.
Positive Steps Mens Residential Southern California Alcohol And Drug Programs Inc
Location: Downey, CA - 90241
Contact Phone: (562) 923-7894
Website: http://www.scadpinc.org/
Description: The mission of Southern California Alcohol and Drug Programs, Inc., (SCADP) is the prevention and treatment of substance abuse and related problems among underserved and disadvantaged populations. To increase the success of our treatment interventions, SCADP services target co-occurring issues of homelessness, long-term welfare dependence, criminality, HIV/AIDS, and domestic violence. SCADP serves the homeless, pregnant and parenting women, persons of color, persons living with HIV/AIDS, Deaf & Hard of Hearing persons, criminally-involved individuals and high-risk youth attending our school based and off-campus programs. Positive Steps program provides residential Substance Use Disorder treatment to homeless men, men with a long history of criminality, and men with/or at high risk for HIV/AIDs.
Inglewood Medical/mental Health Services El Dorado Community Service Center
Location: Inglewood, CA - 90304
Contact Phone: (310) 671-9294
Website: http://www.americanhealthservices.org/
Description: Established in 1983, Eldorado Community Service Centers, American Health Services, and their affiliated healthcare providers hold over 30 years of experience providing medical, mental health, and substance abuse treatment services. We are committed to excellence and dedicated to the wellness of the communities we serve.
Youth And Family Services
Location: Fairfield, CA - 94533
Contact Phone: (707) 427-6640
Website: http://www.yfs.org/
Description: Every year, Youth and Family Services helps thousands of people on the road to recovery, mental health, and self-sufficiency. By providing an extensive array of mental health and substance abuse prevention, intervention, and treatment services, YFS helps its clients build lasting relationships, and find ways to make a positive contribution to their communities. This comprehensive approach incorporates health education, counseling, client advocacy, case management, life skills and job training and collaboration with community groups. In all of its work, Youth and Family Services builds communities by building relationships. By providing comprehensive support services, YFS helps thousands realize their dreams of living healthy, happy, independent, and productive lives.
Outpatient Chemical Recovery Program Campobello Outpatient Center
Location: Santa Rosa, CA - 95403
Contact Phone: (707) 546-1547
Website: http://www.campobello.org/
Description: Campobello, an innovative chemical dependency treatment center, is on a 20 acre ranch nestled in the Sonoma County countryside. The Outpatient offers educational programs, Outpatient groups and Intensive Outpatient up to 4 times per week either during the day or in the evenings. The Outpatient Program is at a different location and is located about 10 minutes from the residential facility, conveniently located near a freeway and on a bus line. The Outpatient Center offers intensive treatment, meeting 3 to 5 times a week, to once a week education and/or counseling. Outpatient works with a number of Employee Assistance Professionals and SAP;s as well as unions, insurance and private pay individuals. They have the ability to serve people who need to remain on their jobs offering both day and evening treatment. The groups range from educational to men-only, women-only groups. Individual counseling, group counseling and aftercare are offered under the Outpatient Program.
1st 2nd 3rd Offenders Ncadd South Bay High Gain Drinking Driver Program
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90045
Contact Phone: (310) 644-3659
Website: http://www.ncaddsb.com/
Description: The NCADD/South Bay is dedicated to the promotion of better health and greater safety in the South Bay and its neighboring communities. To accomplish this the Organization provides programs of education and prevention regarding the misuse of alcohol and other drugs and the diseases of alcoholism and drug dependence, and offers recovery and/or referral services to those afflicted with such problems and for their loved ones who also suffer. High Gain Drinking Driver Program - For persons convicted of a first, second or third offense. This program emphasizes alcohol/drug education, group counseling, individual sessions and self-help group meetings. Licensed and certified by the State of California and Los Angeles County.
Residential Drug Program San Joaquin County
Location: French Camp, CA - 95231
Contact Phone: (209) 468-6857
Website: http://www.sjgov.org/osa/
Description: Substance Abuse Services is responsible for the coordination of alcohol and drug treatment and prevention efforts in San Joaquin County. We provide a range of drug and alcohol treatment services for residents of San Joaquin County, including outpatient, day treatment and residential treatment services.
The Sequoia Center Chemical Data Services Corporation
Location: Redwood City, CA - 94061
Contact Phone: (650) 364-5504
Website: http://www.sequoiacenter.com
Description: The Sequoia Center’s mission is "To provide unparalleled, compassionate, and transformational treatment and education to those whose lives are touched by addiction". We offer treatment to the addict/alcoholic, and to the family members. We also aim to educate the public on the nature of the Disease of Addiction. To further assist our community toward wholeness we collaborate with professionals in the medical and mental health fields by networking and offering trainings.
Guidance Center
Location: Compton, CA - 90220
Contact Phone: (310) 669-9510
Website: http://www.tgclb.org/
Description: The Guidance Center provides comprehensive mental health treatment to our community’s most disadvantaged children and their families struggling with mental illness and abuse, leading them toward a positive and productive future. The Guidance Center envisions a community where all children have the help they need to be healthy and happy.
California Human Development - Athena House
Location: Santa Rosa, CA - 95409
Contact Phone: (707) 526-3150
Website: http://www.cahumandevelopment.org/
Description: Athena House is a comprehensive residential treatment program for women who suffer from chemical dependency and has been in operation for over three decades. We understand it takes true courage, guidance and a tremendous amount of on-going support to learn how to live without the use of drugs & alcohol. Our approach is based on respect and compassion and encompasses the mind, body and spirit of the individual. Our model offers an opportunity for women seeking recovery to gain the skills and become empowered to rebuild their lives and relationships.
Turning Point Of Central California, Inc. - Turning Point Youth Services - Tulare
Location: Tulare, CA - 93274
Contact Phone: (559) 684-8073
Website: http://www.tpocc.org/
Description: Turning Point offers state-of-the-art substance abuse treatment and prevention for the whole family, and for the whole person. The recovery program helps the person and their family members follow their own path of healing – emotionally and spiritually. The Turning Point Youth Services program meets the rigorous standards for State and Drug Medi-Cal certification. These drug abuse prevention and counseling services are provided under contract with the Tulare County Health & Human Service Agency, Prevention Services Division. A child is chemically dependent when he uses drugs or alcohol as a crutch to avoid problems or emotional pain and cannot deal with these problems without drugs. Chemical dependency can happen to any child-regardless of social or economic background, academic standing, or how good their home life is. Chemical dependence has an impact on the whole family. Everyone in the family suffers when a member has a problem with drugs or drinking. Feelings of rage, shame, guilt, and helplessness, are common; feelings that are powerful enough to interfere with normal living. Families in this predicament become “stuck”-and their members may simply stop growing. Pregnant and parenting teens are especially vulnerable.
Genesis Program Thousand Oaks
Location: Thousand Oaks, CA - 91360
Contact Phone: (805) 497-6169
Website: http://www.genesisprograms.com/
Description: Genesis Programs, Inc. is a free-standing treatment program dedicated to helping those who seek recovery from alcohol and other drug dependence. We provide outpatient programs that offer individuals the opportunity to build a foundation in recovery as they continue to meet day-to-day responsibilities of their lives. Genesis Programs has served Ventura County families since1993 and we believe our long term success is directly related to our well-trained, enthusiastic, and highly motivated staff. With offices in Ventura and Thousand Oaks, CA, we strive to provide convenient locations and schedules to meet your needs. It should also be noted that we are contracted with most insurance companies, which can minimize out of pocket costs.
Drug Alcohol Rehab Resource
Location: Huntington Beach, CA - 92646
Contact Phone:
Website: http://www.drugalcoholrehabnow.com/
Description: Our drug and alcohol rehab website is run by a small group of substance abuse advocates who wish to give out accurate information to the general public. Our hope is by giving out this information that more chemically dependent persons will seek rehab in order to take charge of their lives.
Latinas Recovery Home California Hispanic Commission Alcohol And Drug Abuse
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90033
Contact Phone: (323) 261-7810
Website: http://www.chcada.org
Description: Established in 1975 in order to reduce alcohol abuse and dependency amongst Latino males in Central California, the California Hispanic Commission quickly expanded its service offerings to address the needs of multiple-risk populations throughout the State. While remaining committed to the provision of culture-specific services to Latinos, the California Hispanic Commission now provides a broad range of services that transcend racial/ethnic and gender lines. Uniquely cognizant of the fact that the genesis of substance abuse disorders is often located within biochemical and genetic factors; familial circumstances; psychological dynamics, and within the realm of the environmental and the sociocultural, CHCADA is a private, nonprofit community-based organization that has always sought to address both the antecedents and the secondary effects of substance abuse and dependency through the use of comprehensive interdisciplinary services.
Lighthouse Beacon House Association Of San Pedro
Location: San Pedro, CA - 90731
Contact Phone: (310) 514-4940
Website: http://www.thebeaconhouse.org/
Description: The mission of the Beacon House Association of San Pedro is to assist men recover from the diseases of alcoholism and addiction to other drugs. The association will provide food, shelter, counseling, and the time to build a foundation in recovery and return to family, home and community.​ The Light House is located at 132 10th Street in San Pedro, California 90731. This 2 story house, built in 1900, has approximately 5,988 square feet of living and utility space. It houses 20 primary phase residents and has a laundry facility consisting of 5 washer / dryer combinations.
Aars Lee Woodward Counseling Center
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94117
Contact Phone: (415) 776-1001
Website: http://www.aars.org/
Description: Lee Woodward Counseling Center (LWCC) is a comprehensive multi-cultural and multi-lingual adult women’s outpatient program that provides integrated substance abuse treatment services. Recognizing that recovery is a lifelong process, our healing approaches address the physical, mental and emotional health of individuals and families. Our program goals include: 1) To provide a safe and respectful counseling space for people from all walks of life; and 2) To reduce and eliminate substance misuse and improve mental health conditions that lead to healthy and meaningful lives.
Yuki Trails Human Services Program
Location: Covelo, CA - 95428
Contact Phone: (707) 983-6648
Website: http://www.roundvalleyindianhealthcenter.com/
Description: Round Valley Indian Health Center includes the Yuki Trails Human Services Program, located at 23000 Henderson Road. The Yuki Trails Human Services Program is a Tribal organization dedicated to promoting individual, family, and community healing and wellness.
Mhs - Mid-coast Regional Recovery Center
Location: San Diego, CA - 92110
Contact Phone: (619) 523-8121
Website: https://www.mhsinc.org/
Description: Mid-Coast Regional Recovery Center (RRC) is an outpatient substance abuse treatment program that teaches the dynamics of recovery and personal responsibility. We work with our clients in identifying the underlying causes of addiction and alcoholism, and then support them as they work to build a foundation of healthy coping skills. We are committed to a comprehensive approach that is aimed at bettering the whole person. Our program services are gender responsive, culturally sensitive, and available to clients with co-occurring substance abuse and mental health disorders.
Auburn Sierra Family Services
Location: Auburn, CA - 95603
Contact Phone: (530) 885-0441
Website: http://www.sierrafamily.org
Description: For over 40 years, our staff has been providing the most comprehensive mental wellness services in Placer County. Our method of care is based on trust and commitment far beyond professional standards. Our client intake and referral process is based on the best practices found in any psychiatric care clinic. Our belief in dignified, respectful relationships is the core of our success.
Substance Abuse Services Lassen Indian Health Center
Location: Susanville, CA - 96130
Contact Phone: (530) 257-2542
Website: http://www.lihc.org/
Description: Providing the local Native American Community and Lassen County with the best possible health care.
Drug And Alcohol Programs Del Norte County Mental Health
Location: Crescent City, CA - 95531
Contact Phone: (707) 464-4813
Website: http://www.co.del-norte.ca.us/
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Stanislaus Recovery Center/adult Treatment Program
Location: Ceres, CA - 95307
Contact Phone: (209) 541-2121
Website: http://www.stancounty.com/BHRS/
Description: A social model residential treatment and recovery program, using a phase-based approach. Admission, placement and length of time in the program are determined by individual need. A voluntary program specializing in treating individuals who have relapsed and/or been resistant to other types of treatment. Day Treatment, Intensive Outpatient Programs and After-Care services are also available at this location. Treatment can be 'stepped' down or up depending on an individual's need.
Palmdale Medical American Health Services
Location: Palmdale, CA - 93550
Contact Phone: (661) 947-3333
Website: http://www.americanhealthservices.org/
Description: American Health Services, along with its affiliated corporations, operate with the determination to enhance quality of life and instill hope by providing personalized and highly integrated, medical, mental, and substance abuse treatment services.
Aegis Treatment Centers, Llc - Bakersfield
Location: Bakersfield, CA - 93301
Contact Phone: (661) 861-9967
Website: http://aegistreatmentcenters.com/
Description: Aegis Treatment Centers, LLC., ("Aegis") operates one of the largest networks of Narcotic Treatment Programs (NTPs), also known as Opiate Treatment Programs (OTPs), in the nation. In 1998, Aegis began implementation of a business plan that would upgrade its network into a state-of-the-art continuum of care, creating a model that has set the standard for OTP operations throughout the country. AEGIS' MISSION: Aegis’ goal is to support the successful recovery of its patients and improve the quality of their lives; Aegis is committed to providing evidence-based comprehensive treatment services incorporating multidisciplinary modalities; Aegis promotes the highest standard of patient care in the treatment of substance abuse and related medical, psychological and socio-economic conditions; Aegis and its staff members pursue excellence, integrity & commitment in the provision of effective patient care.
Division Of Alcohol And Drug Services Merced County Mental Health Department
Location: Los Banos, CA - 93635
Contact Phone: (209) 827-2185
Website: http://www.co.merced.ca.us/
Description: The Alcohol and Drug Services Division provides non-residential alcohol and drug treatment and recovery programs, as well as prevention programs to educate adults and youths about the risks of using alcohol and other drugs.
Casa Serena Graduate Recovery Program Casa Serena
Location: Santa Barbara, CA - 93101
Contact Phone: (805) 966-1260
Website: http://www.casaserena.org
Description: For over 50 years, Casa Serena has been providing women with the necessary tools to recover from the diseases of alcoholism and/or drug dependence in order to live a life free from addiction. While the Casa Serena community is as diverse as the real world, treatment is tailored specifically to your individual needs. Casa Serena’s comprehensive residential treatment program is licensed by the State of California. Casa Serena's Grad House program provides continued support after completion of the Main House program. Women may transition into our Grad House and live there for up to an additional nine months. The Grad House program provides longer-term care, offering women an opportunity to build a stronger foundation for their new-found recovery. Women at Grad House are required to work, volunteer or attend school at least 30 hours per week. They continue to participate in individual, group and peer sessions and attend 12-step meetings. Each year Grad House serves approximately 35 women. After their stay, most women move into their own home or re-join family members.
Alternatives For Better Living
Location: Napa, CA - 94559
Contact Phone: (707) 226-1248
Website: http://www.a4bl.org
Description: At Alternatives we believe that all of us are alike in that we are each seeking happiness and satisfaction in our lives. We succeed or fail in this effort because of what we have experienced in the past, what we know now, and how we feel about ourselves. Therefore, the service we provide at Alternatives is to give people the tools they need to build successful and responsible lives for themselves. We introduce and encourage use of the 12 step program.
Pine Ridge Treatment Center
Location: Palm Desert, CA - 92211
Contact Phone: (760) 200-1339
Website: http://www.prtreat.com/
Description: Pine Ridge Treatment Centers, Inc. was established in 1986 in Running Springs, California as a residential treatment center. We were organized by UFCW Local 1167 and became a Union facility in 1988. We opened our first outpatient program in the Palm Springs area in 1991, followed by Victorville, California, in 1992, and San Bernardino, California, in 1994. In 2002 we opened our second residential center in Lucerne Valley, California. Pine Ridge has been nationally recognized for its educational programs and the treatment of alcohol and drug dependency and abuse since 1986. For the past 25years, Pine Ridge has earned a reputation for professional excellence and quality treatment at affordable prices. The outpatient program provides assessment, educational sessions, individual and group counseling and family treatment. Our counselors are trained, experienced and empathetic professionals. The team is lead by a Certified Addictionologist, who is a past Director of the National Council on Alcoholism and who has been active in the field for 40years.
Khepera House
Location: Ventura, CA - 93001
Contact Phone: (805) 653-2596
Website: http://www.kheperahouse.org/
Description: Khepera House was founded in 1982 to meet the needs for recovery from alcohol and drug addiction for men. The name Khepera was derived from the Egyptian God 'Khepera' symbolizing the manifestation of the rising sun, self-generation and self-renewal. Since 1982 Khepera House has served thousands of men battling the disease of alcohol and drug addiction.
Terra Nova Counseling
Location: Citrus Heights, CA - 95610
Contact Phone: (916) 344-0249
Website: http://www.terranovacounseling.org/
Description: Terra Nova Counseling, founded in 1985 as A.F.T.E.R. Counseling Agency, provides psychotherapy, counseling and education to residents of the Sacramento Region to help promote their growth and development personally and in their communities. With approximately 40 therapists and 10 Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselors, Terra Nova is one of the largest County-contracted providers of mental health services for MediCal-eligible children. Approximately 500 children and their families are seen weekly in office or in the child's school or home in our Children's Services program.
Cura Inc
Location: Oakland, CA - 94612
Contact Phone: (510) 713-3200
Website: http://www.curainc.com/
Description: C.U.R.A., Inc. is a non-profit, tax-exempt behavior modification program, that gives men and women the opportunity to live lives free from drugs and alcohol. Clients are given the chance to change their past behavior by working on their core issues, getting an education, attending trade schools and acquiring job experience. The final goal is for participants to graduate as contributing members of society. C.U.R.A., Inc. is fully certified and licensed by the State of California and operates Residential and Outpatient facilities in Fremont, California and a Sober Living Environment in Oakland, California. C.U.R.A., Inc. has been in continuous operation for over forty years. C.U.R.A.’s Sober Living Environment, located at 531 24th Street in Oakland, California, is an extension of C.U.R.A., Inc.ʼs Therapeutic Community. Transitional living emphasizes achieving full time employment, developing a support system and realizes each personʼs potential for healthy living. Eligibility: Any adult male (eighteen years or older) with a sincere desire to maintain an abstinent and sober lifestyle is welcome to apply to the Sober Living Environment component of C.U.R.A., Inc. Applicants with a history of sex offense, arson, suicidal ideation and acute psychotic behavior are not eligible. Active Hepatitis C and tuberculosis applicants need medical clearance prior to admission. HIV is admissible. C.U.R.A., Inc. works closely with the Courts, Parole, Probation and other referral agencies. We will comply with all Court and any Criminal Justice Agency requirements, appearances, and progress reports.
Paths Program
Location: Fresno, CA - 93702
Contact Phone: (559) 600-6068
Website: http://www.co.fresno.ca.us/
Description: The Department of Behavioral Health (DBH), Substance Abuse Services (SAS) Division is charged with the planning, development, and administration of a countywide substance use disorder prevention and treatment system. The SAS Division’s mission is to support appropriate education, prevention, and treatment services to reduce or eliminate alcohol and other drug (AOD) - related barriers to ongoing health, well-being, and economic independence of individuals and families.
Gerry House West Straight Talk
Location: Santa Ana, CA - 92703
Contact Phone: (714) 554-2292
Website: http://www.straighttalkcounseling.org/
Description: Straight Talk’s substance abuse programs provide a foundation for permanent recovery for you or a loved one and aid in the achievement of lifetime dreams. It’s an ambition we do not take lightly. At Straight Talk, we are proud of the pioneering, restorative and compassionate care we provide to all of our clients. One of the keys to our success has been our size.
West County Medical Clinic
Location: Long Beach, CA - 90805
Contact Phone: (562) 428-4222
Website: http://www.americanhealthservices.org/
Description: American Health Services, along with its affiliated corporations, operate with the determination to enhance quality of life and instill hope by providing personalized and highly integrated, medical, mental, and substance abuse treatment services. Eldorado Community Service Centers are a network of community clinics serving San Diego, Los Angeles, Kern, and San Francisco counties. ECSC provides co-located integrated medical, mental/behavioral, and addiction disorder treatment services through various government programs and contracts with Independent Practice Associations (IPA). At present, we have a total of 23 clinics that are committed to providing these services with the purpose of improving quality of life, instilling hope, and helping people reach their full potential.
Wellspace Health - J Street
Location: Sacramento, CA - 95811
Contact Phone: (916) 313-8400
Website: http://www.wellspacehealth.org/
Description: WellSpace Health, formerly known as The Effort, a Federally Qualified Health Center, was established in 1953. Our doctors currently provide health care in our various community health centers. WellSpace Health has operated a safety net clinic in midtown Sacramento since 1969, and is designated as a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC). As WellSpace Health’s flagship, The J Street Community Health Center offers primary care, addiction and mental health treatment, and is the agency’s administrative headquarters. WellSpace Health offers a full continuum of substance abuse and co-occurring disorders treatment. Integration of addiction services with primary care and mental health opens up a new door in treating the whole person and addresses secondary issues complicating or preventing a full recovery. Our counselors have the specialized training required to teach you about addiction and help you make lasting changes in the way you live your life so that you can successfully maintain a substance-free lifestyle.
Twin Town Treatment Centers - West Hollywood
Location: West Hollywood, CA - 90069
Contact Phone: (310) 623-1477
Website: http://www.twintowntreatmentcenters.com/
Description: Located in West Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Wilshire and West Los Angeles communities, Twin Town Treatment Centers is a premier provider of alcoholism and drug addiction treatment for many communities in Southern California. West Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Wilshire and West Los Angeles communities, are homes to diverse communities which include business owners, corporate employees, and entrepreneurs. Twin Town offers Adult and Adolescent Alcoholism and Drug Addiction Treatment at our six locations: Mission Viejo, West Hollywood, Orange, North Hollywood, Los Alamitos, Torrance. Many residential and inpatient programs refer to Twin Town for continuity of care and aftercare services. Twin Town provides alcoholism and drug addiction treatment for adults and adolescents in separate programs. The alcoholism and drug addiction treatment program emphasizes abstinence, relapse prevention, disease model education, family codependency counseling, problem solving skills, stress management, and family communication skills. Each client is enrolled in three hours of treatment programming per day, up to six days per week in the first month. Sessions decrease in duration and intensity during four months of continuing care.
19th Street Services Fred Brown Recovery Services
Location: San Pedro, CA - 90731
Contact Phone: (310) 519-8723
Website: http://www.fredbrownrecovery.org
Description: Fred Brown Recovery Services is a non-profit 12-step based residential substance abuse treatment program for adult men. We have served our community for over 28 years, helping thousands of men & women recover from the disease of addiction. Our primary mission is to provide a strong foundation for a lifelong recovery from the disease of addiction. We currently offer a variety of programs and services for adult men and women
Medmark Treatment Centers - Fresno
Location: Fresno, CA - 93721
Contact Phone: (559) 264-2700
Website: http://www.medmarkfresno.com/
Description: MedMark Treatment Centers – Fresno, provides comprehensive treatment services to individuals struggling with addiction to opiates. Our clinic provides medication assisted treatment and counseling services to individuals who are addicted to opioids such as: OxyContin, Hydrocodone, Vicodin, Heroin, Opium, Morphine, Other Opioids. MedMark Treatment Centers - Fresno has been providing outpatient addiction treatment services, helping individuals who are dependent on opioids/ narcotics, since 2008. Our treatment team provides supervised medication assisted treatment with the use of Methadone and Buprenorphine based generic forms of Suboxone and Subutex to assist in the patient’s recovery process. Our treatment team includes a Medical Director, Program Director, Clinical Supervisor, nurses and trained counselors who work with each patient to create an individualized treatment plan based on their specific needs. We are committed to providing caring and confidential services to help patients lead a more productive and healthy lifestyle.
Moderate Drinking Program And Products
Location: Santa Rosa, CA - 95402
Contact Phone: (888) 773-7465
Website: http://www.drinklinkmoderation.com
Description: I was in my thirties when I started to question my drinking. I was health conscious, thought I was drinking more than I should and if I didn't deal with it I could even become an alcoholic. I was constantly worried about it. But on the other hand, I didn't think it was serious enough to stop altogether. At the time, my only options were to continue drinking or stop and go to AA. Even though I knew there were millions of people just like me - problem drinkers outnumber alcoholics four to one - there was no program to teach you how to drink sensibly and appropriately. And make alcohol less important in your life. So with my background in psychology and desire to fix my own drinking problem, I developed the Drink/Link Moderate Drinking Program in 1988. Since then I've helped thousands of drinkers to drink less, modify their drinking habits and attitudes and prevent alcoholism. I've also written five books on the subject: 7 Weeks to Safe Social Drinking: How to Effectively Moderate Your Alcohol Intake, Moderate Drinking - Naturally! Herbs and Vitamins to Control Your Drinking, Moderate Drinking My Way, The Moderate Drinking Made Easy Workbook and Beat Binge Drinking. Drink/Link is a commonsense program - first, you learn five safe-drinking guidelines, then you learn proven behavior management strategies and techniques to help you stay within those guidelines. If you stick to the program I GUARANTEE you'll drink less. No meetings, doctors, counseling, prescriptions or belief in a higher power are required for you to succeed. Over 80% of the drinkers who have completed the program have either cut their drinking in half or significantly reduced their consumption. The Self-Study Program is an easy "first step" to healthier drinking habits you complete on your own and the Telephone Program is more intensive. Each include phone coaching sessions with me personally. Drink/Link is registered with the California Dept. of Alcohol & Drug Programs and the U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services.
Abuse Services Inc/casa Maria Latino Commission On Alcohol And Drug
Location: Brisbane, CA - 94005
Contact Phone: (415) 468-1914
Website: http://www.thelatinocommission.org/
Description: We operate licensed facilities in San Mateo, San Francisco, and Tulare Counties providing residential and outpatient substance abuse treatment for men, women, and young women with child, transitional sober living environment for both men and women, a health education and prevention programs for teenagers, case management; safety-net services, and public awareness, We provide culturally competent services with 30 fulltime, 20 part-time staff, 20 volunteers and volunteer board members.
Pine Ridge Treatment Center
Location: Running Springs, CA - 92382
Contact Phone: (909) 867-7027
Website: http://www.prtreat.com/
Description: Pine Ridge Treatment Centers, Inc. was established in 1986 in Running Springs, California as a residential treatment center. We were organized by UFCW Local 1167 and became a Union facility in 1988. We opened our first outpatient program in the Palm Springs area in 1991, followed by Victorville, California, in 1992, and San Bernardino, California, in 1994. In 2002 we opened our second residential center in Lucerne Valley, California. The facility in Running Springs is located in the San Bernardino Mountains at about the 6,000 foot elevation. The Running Springs Residential Program is primarily for individuals on probation or parole and require help reentering the community.
Mens Facility Progress House Inc
Location: Coloma, CA - 95613
Contact Phone: (530) 626-7252
Website: http://www.progresshouseinc.org/
Description: Rarely can that freedom be achieved alone. When professional help is needed Progress House, Inc. is here. We offer help that is caring and firm, that is directed to all the important facets of a person’s life: mental, physical, and spiritual. At Progress House, Inc. it is our intent to look at the entire individual and give that person the most appropriate level of treatment based upon their assessment. Progress House is a Social Model Program, it is client driven and based on the disease concept and we believe the disease is treatable. It is because of this philosophy and the twelve-step program of recovery based upon it, that Progress House, Inc. has become known as one of the leading treatment facilities in the State of California. Responding to the needs of the alcohol and other drug treatment community since the origin of Progress House in 1973, Progress House has expanded and diversified to meet the needs of the communities. There are now gender specific and coeducational residential programs, outpatient counseling at various levels of intensity, transitional living for men and women, and the ability of children to accompany there mother throughout the entire treatment episode. Nestled in the heart of the Mother Lode country, close to Sutter's Mill in Coloma, El Dorado County, is our Men's Residential Facility. Next to the American River is this 16 bed residential facility devoted entirely to the treatment of chemically dependent men 18 years and older. This is a structured live-in program that includes over 30-hours per week of structure services. It offers 30, 60, 90-day program based on the participant's needs. Our services include group education, process sessions, individual counseling, and participation in twelve step programs. Room and board are included as well as recreational activities. It is a 24-hour program staffed with a variety of professional counselors and trained peer support staff.
Mcalister Institute - East Region North Teen Recovery Center
Location: El Cajon, CA - 92020
Contact Phone: (619) 588-5361
Website: http://www.mcalisterinc.org/
Description: McAlister Institute Teen Recovery Centers (TRCs) provide substance abuse treatment, recovery, and education for adolescents who are using, misusing, or abusing alcohol and/or other drugs. Each program accommodates teens' school schedules, offering after-school treatment, individual and group counseling, and structured recovery activities to help teens develop the tools they need to stay alcohol- and drug-free. Programs are conveniently located for easy access and limited transportation and now offer satellite programs at schools throughout the County.
Friendship House American Indian Lodge Friendship House Assoc Of Amer Indians
Location: Oakland, CA - 94601
Contact Phone: (415) 865-0964
Website: http://www.friendshiphousesf.org/
Description: Friendship House Association of American Indians, Inc. was established by the Christian Reform Church in San Francisco in 1963 as a gathering place for the thousands of American Indian people who were relocated to the Bay Area by the federal government during the 1950's and 1960's. Friendship House has since evolved into a wide reaching prevention, treatment and recovery service center, respondent to the emergent needs of the American Indian community. Today the agency operates three major programs focusing on prevention and recovery from addiction with a $5 million annual operating budget and 65 full-time staff.
Latino Commission Entre Familia Outpatient
Location: South San Francisco, CA - 94080
Contact Phone: (650) 244-1444
Website: http://www.thelatinocommission.org/
Description: We operate licensed facilities in San Mateo, San Francisco, and Tulare Counties providing residential and outpatient substance abuse treatment for men, women, and young women with child, transitional sober living environment for both men and women, a health education and prevention programs for teenagers, case management; safety-net services, and public awareness, We provide culturally competent services with 30 fulltime, 20 part-time staff, 20 volunteers and volunteer board members. TLC initiated Entre Familia in 2000 to provide outpatient services to both men and women from a licensed facility in South San Francisco.
Central Valley Regional Recovery Center
Location: Colton, CA - 92324
Contact Phone: (909) 433-9824
Website: https://www.mhsinc.org/
Description: Central Valley Regional Recovery Center offers drug and alcohol treatment and prevention services, as well as a safe and sober environment for healthy socialization for the local recovering community. Central Valley Regional Recovery Center’s integrated social model approach is one of self-help, mutual support, and family orientation.
Third Avenue Clinic San Diego Treatment Services
Location: Chula Vista, CA - 91911
Contact Phone: (619) 498-8260
Website: http://www.crchealth.com
Description: Located at 1161 Third Avenue in Chula Vista, California, the Third Avenue Clinic/San Diego Treatment Services provides medically supervised methadone maintenance and Suboxone (buprenorphine) detox treatment to individuals who are attempting to overcome an addiction to or dependence upon heroin or other opioids. Methadone hydrochloride is a synthetic "opioid agonist," which means that it acts in a way that is similar to morphine and other narcotic medications. When used in proper doses as part of a medically supervised opioid addiction treatment program, methadone blocks cravings and other withdrawal symptoms without creating the euphoric or sedative states that result from opioid abuse. Buprenorphine is a partial opioid receptor agonist. Like methadone, buprenorphine can relieve opioid withdrawal symptoms without producing the intoxicating effects that are associated with opioid abuse. Buprenorphine was the first medication for the treatment of opioid dependence to be approved under the Drug Addiction Treatment Act of 2000. To be eligible for this type of treatment at the Third Avenue Clinic/San Diego Treatment Services, prospective patients much be at least 18 years old, and must have been addicted to or dependent upon opiates for a minimum of one year prior to seeking treatment.
Market Street Clinic Baart/cdp
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94102
Contact Phone: (415) 863-3883
Website: http://www.baartprograms.com/
Description: We began providing drug treatment services to several hundred heroin addicts right here in the Bay Area starting in 1977, and since then have developed into a national addiction treatment provider serving five states. While we are proud to be a multi-service organization providing drug treatment and rehabilitation for patients across the country, our practice remains strong here at our homebase in San Francisco where we have helped thousands of patients in the San Bruno, Pacifica, Colma, Brisbane and Millbrae areas successfully overcome the addictions they have struggled with.
Addiction Treatment Center
Location: Fullerton, CA - 92831
Contact Phone: (714) 992-1677
Website: http://centerfortxofaddiction.com/
Description: Life offers obstacles and challenges every day that could generate either positive or negative outcomes, rather it be emotionally, physically or spiritually. Whether we like to admit it or not, some of us may need extra help to get over obstacles or life transitions. THE CENTER FOR THE TREATMENT OF ADDICTION INC. assist individuals and families within our community to ensure greater health and well being to fulfill their life goals. Life is a journey and we would love to see you not only reach sobriety, but to find your self-worth.
Non Residential Services Center Point Inc
Location: San Rafael, CA - 94901
Contact Phone: (415) 456-6655
Website: http://cpinc.org
Description: Center Point’s programs promote increased stability, self-reliance, personal productivity and social responsibility. Center Point believes that individuals, families and communities can flourish when the cycles of poverty, illiteracy, abuse, neglect, unemployment, homelessness and crime are interrupted by specialized and effective rehabilitation services.
South Bay National Council On Alcohol And Drug Dependency
Location: Long Beach, CA - 90802
Contact Phone: (562) 435-7350
Website: http://www.ncaddsb.com/
Description: The NCADD/South Bay is dedicated to the promotion of better health and greater safety in the South Bay and its neighboring communities. To accomplish this the Organization provides programs of education and prevention regarding the misuse of alcohol and other drugs and the diseases of alcoholism and drug dependence, and offers recovery and/or referral services to those afflicted with such problems and for their loved ones who also suffer. NCADD/South Bay is a non-profit 501c3 organization founded in 1973. No one will be turned away because of lack of funds. Flossie Lewis Center - Specially designed residential programs which meet the unique needs of women, including pregnant and parenting women with small children. This facility houses up to 34 women in programs ranging from 3 to 12 months in length. The Flossie Lewis Center is a completely smoke free facility. Transitional Living Center - Provides safe, sober and supportive housing to graduates of the Flossie Lewis Center for up to a year after completion of their residential program.
House Of Hope Foundation Inc
Location: San Pedro, CA - 90731
Contact Phone: (310) 831-9411
Website: http://www.houseofhopesp.org
Description: Founded in 1955, House of Hope provides a safe, nurturing environment for substance abusing and substance dependent women. Our mission is to help them regain their self- awareness, integrity, and dignity and learn how to live life without alcohol and drugs. We also seek to help them become financially responsible, re-establish family ties and be reunited with their children when possible. Everyone is special. Everyone is unique. These concepts are reflected in House of Hope's approach to individualized care. By using a wide range of therapeutic models, the House of Hope team provides a distinctive, successful program that embraces the 12-step philosophy. Included in the program are personal counseling, family group counseling, and interactive groups such as anger management, relapse prevention, domestic violence education, and parenting. Our classes in yoga, meditation and self-awareness nourish the holistic side of recovery. Together the components of our program provide a structured residential environment, which acts as a bridge to a new and independent life - a life of grace and dignity.
Choices Urdc Human Services Corporation
Location: Pasadena, CA - 91104
Contact Phone: (626) 398-3796
Website: https://www.sites.google.com/a/urdchsc.org/u-r-d-c/home
Description: CHOICES is a Comprehensive Perinatal Service Center program for women 18 years and older in need of comprehensive, high quality, and sensitive services. Services are provided in an Habilitative Day Care or Outpatient Services setting. CHOICES works closely with other community agencies and collaborative networks, such as: Department of Children and Family Services, Department of Public Social Services, Family Support, Family Preservation, Pacific Clinics, Day One, Healthy Start, Housing and Homeless Network, Passageways, Union Station, etc.
New Leaf Treatment Center
Location: Lafayette, CA - 94549
Contact Phone: (925) 284-5200
Website: http://www.nltc.com/
Description: If you need help for yourself or a loved one, New Leaf provides alcohol and drug treatment programs for adults, adolescents, and families. Our physicians specialize in pain management and drug detoxification, including the use of Suboxone to treat opiate addiction. We are committed to a medical model of treatment which includes regular doctor visits, individual counseling, and group treatment. Our unique treatment curriculum has been peer-reviewed by the California Department of Education and is used by families, treatment programs, and correctional facilities nationwide.
Substance Abuse Program Communicare Health Centers
Location: Woodland, CA - 95695
Contact Phone: (530) 668-2400
Website: http://www.communicarehc.org/
Description: CommuniCare Health Centers is a Federally Qualified Health Center providing health care to those in need since 1972. Our goal is to develop and maintain a long-term, healing partnership with each of our patients, while ensuring the best possible health outcomes. Serving the communities of Yolo County, we provide comprehensive health care delivered by a dedicated team of providers and support staff through four community clinic sites and outreach programs.
Alcohol And Drug Services Treatment San Bernardino County
Location: Rialto, CA - 92376
Contact Phone: (909) 421-4601
Website: http://www.sbcounty.gov/dbh/alcoholdrugservices/ads.asp
Description: The San Bernardino County Department of Behavioral Health, Alcohol and Drug Services provides a full range of substance abuse treatment services for San Bernardino County communities and residents.
Reach Project Inc
Location: Antioch, CA - 94509
Contact Phone: (925) 754-3673
Website: http://www.reachprojectinc.com/
Description: REACH Project serves more than 2,000 eastern Contra Costa County youth and their families each year. Services are provided at the Antioch, Brentwood and Oakley facilities and are geared toward early and secondary prevention, drug and alcohol treatment and juvenile diversion programs for the Antioch, Brentwood and Oakley police departments. REACH is recognized as a state and national leader for providing more than 41 years of successful services. REACH Project was created in 1970 by Antioch community activists to respond to concerns about the influence of alcohol and drug abuse on local youth and their families. REACH's innovative and aggressive approach, known for its community-based "linking model, combines the services and funding of police departments, school districts, juvenile courts and health services.
Orange County Health Care Agency - Anaheim Alcohol & Drug Abuse Services
Location: Anaheim, CA - 92806
Contact Phone: (714) 517-6140
Website: http://ochealthinfo.com/
Description: Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services (ADAS) provides a range of outpatient and residential treatment programs designed to reduce or eliminate the abuse of alcohol and other drugs within the community. Services include crisis intervention, assessment and evaluation; individual, group and family counseling, HIV education, pre- and post-test counseling, and voluntary testing; counseling and testing; referrals to other programs when indicated; and outreach to schools and the general community. Specialized programs provide services for pregnant and parenting women, persons who require methadone maintenance and detoxification, adolescents, persons who have a substance use disorder with co-occurring mental illness, and individuals referred by the Orange County Collaborative Court.
Dept Of Alcohol And Mental Health Iii Yolo County
Location: West Sacramento, CA - 95605
Contact Phone: (916) 375-6350
Website: http://www.yolocounty.org/
Description: The Department of Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health (ADMH) is the Specialty Mental Health Plan (MHP) for Medi-Cal and the administrator of Drug Medi-Cal for the County. As such the department is responsible for the provision and oversight of substance use disorder and mental health programs through cost-effective and evidence-based services including prevention, recovery and outpatient and inpatient services to children, youth and adults. Services are provided through outpatient clinics and a network of community based organizations.
First Step House Riverside Recovery Resources
Location: Hemet, CA - 92544
Contact Phone: (909) 658-4466
Website: http://www.riversiderecovery.org/
Description: The First Step House is licensed and certified by the State of California, Department of Alcohol and Other Drug Programs to provide detoxification and residential recovery services. The non-medical detoxification services are, 3 – 7 days, and primary residential program is from 60 to 90 days. The Program is twelve-step based, and provides a positive sober environment with emphasis on experiential learning along with the principles of Alcoholics Anonymous, and interaction with other recovering alcoholics and addicts.Residents receive group and individual counseling, relapse prevention education, drug and alcohol education and parenting classes. Family education is available for clients and encouraged for all family members.
The Living Center - Fresno
Location: Fresno, CA - 93726
Contact Phone: (209) 575-1580
Website: http://wwww.thelivingcentertreatment.com/
Description: Our programs strive to create the kind of positive experience you will look forward to participating in! No matter where you are in your recovery process we are here to support you! 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!
Sharp Mcdonald Center
Location: San Diego, CA - 92111
Contact Phone: (800) 734-3477
Website: http://www.sharp.com
Description: Drug and alcohol addiction, also known as substance abuse, not only affects the individual engaging in damaging behavior, but it also impacts entire families. That's why it's important to seek help from highly trained professionals with the expertise and the commitment to guide patients and their loved ones toward recovery from the addiction cycle. Sharp HealthCare is San Diego's largest behavioral health care provider and has been a source of hope for more than 150,000 people facing drug and alcohol addiction since 1963. The McDonald Center at Sharp HealthCare includes chemical dependency programs at Sharp Mesa Vista Hospital and Sharp McDonald Center.
Las Encinas Hospital
Location: Pasadena, CA - 91107
Contact Phone: (626) 795-9901
Website: http://www.lasencinashospital.com
Description: A wide range of behavioral health care treatment options are offered for patients with psychiatric, chemical dependency, or co-occurring disorders. Psychiatric services include inpatient, partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs. Chemical dependency treatment is available for adults, and includes inpatient detox, rehab, residential treatment, and intensive outpatient programs.
Community Recovery Resources - Hope House
Location: Grass Valley, CA - 95945
Contact Phone: (530) 271-1140
Website: http://www.corr.us/
Description: Community Recovery Resources (CoRR) is a non-profit organization. Our mission is to provide a full spectrum of programs focused toward reducing the social, health, and financial impact on our families and children from all types of drug abuse. CoRR has been saving and improving lives through substance abuse treatment and mental health services since 1974. Growing over the years to meet the needs of the community, CoRR now provides a full range of programs throughout Northern California communities in Placer and Nevada Counties. All of our programs have a primary focus on the family system. CoRR’s residential programs provide a highly structured and supportive environment facilitated by a multi-disciplinary staff of certified alcohol and drug counselors, licensed therapists, social workers, and medical staff. Programs designed for 30-90 days include, individual psychotherapy, recreation and exercise, nutritional planning, individual and group counseling, case management services and health services. Hope House is designed to support children 0-12 years old to stay with their mothers.
Northern California Treatment Services
Location: Oroville, CA - 95965
Contact Phone: (530) 533-7664
Website: http://www.norcaltreatment.org/
Description: Northern California Treatment Services (NCTS) provides services to persons struggling to overcome alcohol and drug dependency. We provide a full spectrum of housing and treatment opportunities necessary to break out of the vicious cycle of substance abuse, crime, incarceration and failure. With support, security and shelter, we return our clients to being productive members of society. Recognizing that no program can prevail until the client is truly ready to change, our program offers a highly structured environment where there are minimal opportunities for regression. We place our clients in a controlled environment in homes in Oroville and assist them in dealing with recovery from substance abuse, the burden of living challenges and their re-integration back into society. NCTS was started in 2001 in Marysville, CA. In 2008, the program was transferred to the Oroville Economic and Community Development Corporation. Eric J. Almquist, President and CEO of OECDC, restructured the program and moved its operations to Oroville, CA. With the assistance of Michael Anderson, Executive Director of NCTS, today there are thirteen houses and one four-plex used as transitional living (SLE) facilities providing treatment on an out-patient basis and our fully licensed resdential care facility. Further plans include additional facilities in Butte County and "Victory Village" our recovery program for Veterans. We offer full residential care, outpatient services and intensive sober living environments. Outpatient services are offered to clients who require specialized treatment without continuous supervision. Services include drug free housing, treatment assessments, individual counseling sessions, group counseling, specialized treatment planning, weekly drug screening, representation in the judicial system, and referral services. Our sober living environment services provide a living program with less structure, supervision and support than residential care. Clients in the SLE program must attend weekly 12-step meetings, sign in-out, complete daily chores and follow rules and procedures. Our intensive program is designed to provide maximum structure and support. In our treatment program, our clients are "blacked out" for the first 30 days to minimize any contact with former associates that might bring negative influences and allow them to focus on treatment goals. Group and individual counseling,vocational training and living skills are provided. Support services including utilities, transportation and household supplies are included. We enjoy a sound business relationship with Butte County Behavioral Health Department, Department of Corrections, the California Department of Veterans Affairs, Butte County Sheriff and the probation and parole agencies.
Pine Ridge Outpatient Center
Location: San Bernardino, CA - 92408
Contact Phone: (909) 890-0294
Website: http://www.prtreat.com/
Description: Pine Ridge Treatment Centers, Inc. was established in 1986 in Running Springs, California as a residential treatment center. We were organized by UFCW Local 1167 and became a Union facility in 1988. We opened our first outpatient program in the Palm Springs area in 1991, followed by Victorville, California, in 1992, and San Bernardino, California, in 1994. In 2002 we opened our second residential center in Lucerne Valley, California. Pine Ridge has been nationally recognized for its educational programs and the treatment of alcohol and drug dependency and abuse since 1986. For the past 25years, Pine Ridge has earned a reputation for professional excellence and quality treatment at affordable prices. The outpatient program provides assessment, educational sessions, individual and group counseling and family treatment. Our counselors are trained, experienced and empathetic professionals. The team is lead by a Certified Addictionologist, who is a past Director of the National Council on Alcoholism and who has been active in the field for 40years.
El Centro De Libertad
Location: Redwood City, CA - 94063
Contact Phone: (650) 599-9955
Website: http://www.freedomcentercounseling.org/
Description: El Centro de Libertad/ The Freedom Center, Inc. helps people recover from the devastation of substance abuse, whether the substance is alcohol, methamphetamine, heroin, crack, other drugs, or a combination of addictions. Services are offered in English and Spanish. We have a sliding fee scale. Some services are provided free of charge. No one seeking recovery will be turned away for lack of funds. El Centro de Libertad/ The Freedom Center, Inc. helps people of all cultures realize their full potential. We believe that through counseling, education, and 12 step study, people with alcohol/drug abuse and other related issues will find a path which will allow them to achieve and sustain recovery. El Centro de Libertad provides comprehensive, culturally sensitive outpatient treatment for English and Spanish speaking members of the community. Service is provided without discrimination on the basis of race, religion, national origin, age, marital status, political or union affiliation, gender, sexual orientation, or disability.
Outpatient Drug Free Riverside County Substance Abuse Program
Location: Riverside, CA - 92507
Contact Phone: (951) 955-2105
Website: http://www.rcdmh.org/
Description: Outpatient Drug Free (ODF) Program: This program offers individual and group counseling, with individualized treatment planning and overall case management including referrals to other agencies and services for men and women who are abusing the use of alcohol and other drugs.
Medmark Treatment Centers - Fairfield
Location: Fairfield, CA - 94533
Contact Phone: (707) 435-9911
Website: http://www.medmarkfairfield.com/
Description: MedMark Treatment Centers – Fairfield, provides comprehensive treatment services to individuals struggling with addiction to opiates. Our clinic provides medication assisted treatment and counseling services to individuals who are addicted to opioids such as: OxyContin; Hydrocodone; Vicodin; Heroin; Opium; Morphine; Other Opioids. MedMark Treatment Centers - Fairfield provides outpatient addiction treatment services, helping individuals who are dependent on opioids. Our treatment team provides supervised medication assisted treatment with the use of Methadone to assist in the patient’s recovery process. Our treatment team includes a Medical Director, Program Director, Clinical Supervisor, nurses and trained counselors who work with each patient to create an individualized treatment plan based on their specific needs. We are committed to providing caring and confidential services to help patients lead a more productive and healthy lifestyle.
Medmark Treatment Centers - Sacramento
Location: Sacramento, CA - 95823
Contact Phone: (916) 391-4293
Website: http://www.medmarksacramento.com/
Description: MedMark Treatment Centers – Sacramento, provides comprehensive treatment services to individuals addicted to opiates. Our clinic provides medication assisted treatment and counseling services to individuals who are addicted to opioids including: Heroin, OxyContin, Hydrocodone, Vicodin, Opium, Morphine, Other Opiates. MedMark Treatment Centers - Sacramento provides outpatient addiction treatment services to individuals in the Greater Sacramento area, helping those who are dependent on opiates. Our treatment team provides supervised medication assisted treatment with the use of Methadone and Buprenorphine based generic forms of Suboxone and Subutexto assist in the patient’s recovery process. Our treatment team includes a Medical Director, Program Director, Clinical Supervisor, nurses and trained counselors who work with each patient to create an individualized treatment plan based on their specific needs. We are committed to providing caring and confidential services to help patients lead a more productive and healthy lifestyle.
Countywide Alcohol And Drug Services
Location: San Leandro, CA - 94578
Contact Phone: (408) 370-9688
Website: http://www.drug-rehabilitation.com/
Description: Founded in 1991, Support Systems is an internationally accredited, state licensed substance abuse treatment program dedicated to the innovative and cost-effective treatment of chemical dependency. Based in Northern California, our facilities offer a comprehensive structure of treatment programs, sober living environments, and services for those suffering from the diseases of alcoholism and drug addiction.
K.c. Services - Garden Grove East Office
Location: Garden Grove, CA - 92840
Contact Phone: (714) 638-5008
Website: http://www.kcservices.org/
Description: K.C. Services began in 1975 as the vision of an immigrant church in Los Angeles to provide social services and community outreach to the influx of Koreans coming to Southern California. Over the next three decades K.C. Services focus widened as the agency began to service the general population with behavioral health services, as well as expanding locations to Orange County. Today, K.C. Services continues to offer comprehensive substance abuse and family violence treatment programs to the linguistically and culturally underserved populations of Los Angeles and Orange Counties. The mission of K.C. Services is to enhance the quality of life for individuals and communities by providing comprehensive treatment and prevention programs to those suffering from substance abuse and family violence.
Valley Health Associates
Location: Monterey, CA - 93940
Contact Phone: (831) 372-8392
Website: http://www.valleyhealthassociates.com
Description: Valley Health Associates continues to be the premier provider of outpatient alcohol and drug treatment services in Monterey County. We are fiscally sound, well managed, and compliant with all pertinent regulations and standards. We also maintain strong, positive relationships with our governmental and judicial partners, and diligently strive to offer services that will enhance the lives of those we serve.
Narconon Of Northern California
Location: Watsonville, CA - 95076
Contact Phone: (831) 768-7190
Website: http://www.narconon.org/
Description: Providing relief from addiction and new sober lives for Northern Californians is the Narconon drug rehab center outside Santa Cruz. Here, a beautiful rehab center sits atop a range of hills overlooking Monterey Bay. There are also two other rehab facilities in Lake Tahoe and Placerville. All three centers offer privacy and a path to learn how to build a new, sober life that can last a lifetime. At any of these Narconon Northern California centers, the emphasis is on having the life skills to stay sober. For that reason, a person graduates from this program when they are certain they have the ability to deal with sobriety, not when a certain time limit is reached. This may take one person a longer time than another. Freedom from cravings is another essential part of recovery. If a person struggles with the urge to use drugs from the first thing in the morning until the last thing at night, he is likely to lose the fight one day when his stresses are heaviest. At Narconon Northern California, an innovative sauna detoxification procedure is used to flush old drug toxins out of each person's body. Those completing this step talk about their brighter outlooks, their increased energy and the reduction in cravings they experience.
Administrative Unit Western Pacific Medical Corp
Location: Glendale, CA - 91204
Contact Phone: (818) 240-8843
Website: http://www.westpacmed.com/
Description: The mission of Western Pacific Med/Corp is to provide evidence based narcotic treatment services to any eligible person seeking them.These services shall be provided in a cost effective, high quality, humane, culturally sensitive, and non-discriminatory manner. By providing these services the community will be enriched with an increased level of public health, a decrease in criminal activity and a safer more enjoyable place to live.
Supervision And Treatment Program Madera County Mental Health Department
Location: Madera, CA - 93639
Contact Phone: (559) 673-3508
Website: http://www.madera-county.com/
Description: We envision a world where all persons with addictions and mental illness can achieve recovery and can live with dignity and respect as valued members of their families and communities.
Ken Kennemer Treatment Center Turning Point Of Central California Inc
Location: Bakersfield, CA - 93305
Contact Phone: (661) 861-6111
Website: http://www.tpocc.org/
Description: The Ken Kennemer Residential Treatment Program is a contract provider of services for the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. The program is administered by Turning Point of Central California, Inc., a private, nonprofit corporation, and is focused on aiding recovering residents to become economically and personally adjusted to employment of their choice and to a life free of substance abuse. Private clients are also accepted. The Ken Kennemer Program seeks to provide a continuum of care for the resident whose chemical or alcohol addiction requires residential treatment. The Program provides a residential component for the individual who is chemically dependent, has attempted and failed previous outpatient treatment programs and requires a therapeutic, structured environment.
Discovery Counseling Center Of The San Ramon Valley
Location: Danville, CA - 94526
Contact Phone: (925) 837-0505
Website: http://www.discoveryctr.net/
Description: Discovery is a community based non-profit organization serving our community for over 40 years. Discovery Counseling Center is dedicated to enhancing the well-being and quality of life for individuals and families in the greater San Ramon Valley. We are committed to providing you with affordable and high quality mental health services and improving bonding and healthy communication in your family.
Clare Drug Court Program
Location: Santa Monica, CA - 90405
Contact Phone: (310) 314-6244
Website: http://www.clarefoundation.org
Description: The CLARE Foundation is a nonprofit organization providing effective and compassionate treatment, recovery, and prevention services for alcoholism and substance abuse to individuals, families, and the community. Founded in 1970 by a group of citizens concerned about the homeless alcoholics gathering on the beaches of Santa Monica and Venice, the nonprofit has grown from a small storefront operation to a continuum of care with 11 different programs in several Westside locations. The Drug Court Program serves as a court-approved alternative to jail time for nonviolent drug offenders charged with possession or being under the influence of an illegal substance. The Drug Court Program serves 60 clients annually.
Twin Town Treatment Centers
Location: Los Alamitos, CA - 90720
Contact Phone: (562) 594-8844
Website: http://www.twintowntreatmentcenters.com
Description: Twin Town offers Adult and Adolescent Alcoholism and Drug Addiction Treatment at our six locations: Mission Viejo, West Hollywood, Orange, North Hollywood, Los Alamitos, Torrance. Many residential and inpatient programs refer to Twin Town for continuity of care and aftercare services. Twin Town provides alcoholism and drug addiction treatment for adults and adolescents in separate programs. The alcoholism and drug addiction treatment program emphasizes abstinence, relapse prevention, disease model education, family codependency counseling, problem solving skills, stress management, and family communication skills. Each client is enrolled in three hours of treatment programming per day, up to six days per week in the first month. Sessions decrease in duration and intensity during four months of continuing care.
Imperial Valley Methadone Clinic
Location: Calexico, CA - 92231
Contact Phone: (760) 357-6566
Website: http://www.imperialvalleymedicalclinicinc.com/
Description: The Imperial Valley Methadone Clinic ( IVMC) is to provide the highest quality care with outstanding values and superior service. This clinic is an outpatient non- profit organization, dedicated in assisting Imperial Valley families improves their quality of life. The primary role of the clinic is to meet the heroin addiction healthcare in an ethical and compassionate manner. Imperial Valley Methadone Clinic with more than 35 year of experience providing Opioid Replacement Therapy to the communities surrounding the Imperial Valley. The IVMC provides services of Methadone maintenance and 21 – day Detoxification Treatment, individual and group counseling, free HIV/SIDA counseling and testing.
Tarzana Treatment Centers - Reseda
Location: Reseda, CA - 91335
Contact Phone: (818) 342-5897
Website: http://www.tarzanatc.org/
Description: Since 1972, Tarzana Treatment Centers has provided high quality, affordable behavioral healthcare and addiction treatment services in Los Angeles County. Our mission and values are realized through a continuum of integrated alcohol and drug addiction treatment, education, mental health, medical detox and residential rehab for teens / youth, and adults. We also provide outpatient services, sober living housing, after care, HIV/AIDS Services, Prop 36, family medical care, women’s services, family counseling, domestic violence intervention, anger management and community education services.
Laws Support Center
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90043
Contact Phone: (323) 294-5204
Website: http://www.lawssupportcenter.org/
Description: Founded in 1999, Laws Support Center (LSC) is a non-profit community based organization for individuals dealing with substance abuse issues. Law Support Center was created to provide a safe, quality comprehensive and healthy sober living environment, for a culturally diverse community that meets the needs of its clientele. Along these years of services, LSC has noticed an increased necessity of integrating substance abuse and mental health services in order to deal with the high demand of co-occurring disorder clientele. Laws Support Center provides outpatient integrated substance abuse and mental health treatment. The center has teamed with several State agencies over the years, providing sober living housing for ex-felons returning to society. LSC is considered to be a leader in its community, providing for the needs of its clients, who have requested a safe haven to begin preparation back into society as a productive citizen. The program includes comprehensive referral network provide newly paroled participants with employment, family reunification, mental health and housing as they return to their communities.
Indian Health/torres-martinez Clinic Riverside San Bernardino County
Location: Thermal, CA - 92274
Contact Phone: (760) 397-4476
Website: http://www.rsbcihi.org/
Description: RSBCIHI is to provide culturally sensitive healthcare, respect, and abide by the traditional customs of our Indian Communities, and promote wellness and provide early intervention to achieve healthy lifestyles. The Behavioral Health Services (BHS) department provides services for clients at the following health care sites: Anza, Morongo, San Manuel, Soboba, Pechanga, Palm Springs and TM. BHS provides services for chemical dependency (CD) and mental health (MH) problems involving prevention, education, on-site crisis assessment, out patient treatment, referral for inpatient chemical dependency and psychiatric treatment and aftercare services. BHS also offers general assistance (GA) services to eligible clients, a grant managed by Dolly Velez.
Alternative Treatment Services/maintenance San Joaquin County
Location: French Camp, CA - 95231
Contact Phone: (209) 468-6840
Website: http://www.co.san-joaquin.ca.us
Description: Substance Abuse Services is responsible for the coordination of alcohol and drug treatment and prevention efforts in San Joaquin County. We provide a range of drug and alcohol treatment services for residents of San Joaquin County, including outpatient, day treatment and residential treatment services. Prevention services offered include programs designed to build youth leadership skills, offer alternatives, and develop awareness of the impact of drugs and alcohol on our community.
Recovery House San Joaquin County
Location: French Camp, CA - 95231
Contact Phone: (209) 468-6857
Website: http://www.co.san-joaquin.ca.us
Description: Substance Abuse Services is responsible for the coordination of alcohol and drug treatment and prevention efforts in San Joaquin County. We provide a range of drug and alcohol treatment services for residents of San Joaquin County, including outpatient, day treatment and residential treatment services. Prevention services offered include programs designed to build youth leadership skills, offer alternatives, and develop awareness of the impact of drugs and alcohol on our community. Recovery House: Residential treatment services for adult men and women. Capacity: 69
Robertson Place Baker Places
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94122
Contact Phone: (415) 664-4876
Website: http://www.bakerplaces.org
Description: Baker Places, Inc. is committed to providing a comprehensive array of high quality services to adults with mental health, substance abuse, and HIV/AIDS related issues. The agency is dedicated to assisting individuals in learning and regaining the skills to live their lives fully and productively in the community. This social rehabilitation approach guides and unifies all Baker Places' programs. Services are aimed at being accessible, flexible, consumer driven, and culturally competent. Baker Places, Inc. was founded in 1964 with seed money from Glide Methodist Church, to assist people who were reentering the community after long term institutional care.
Western Pacific Medical Corp
Location: Ventura, CA - 93001
Contact Phone: (805) 641-9100
Website: http://www.westpacmed.com/
Description: The mission of Western Pacific Med/Corp is to provide evidence based narcotic treatment services to any eligible person seeking them.These services shall be provided in a cost effective, high quality, humane, culturally sensitive, and non-discriminatory manner. By providing these services the community will be enriched with an increased level of public health, a decrease in criminal activity and a safer more enjoyable place to live.
Child And Family Center
Location: Santa Clarita, CA - 91350
Contact Phone: (661) 259-9439
Website: http://www.childfamilycenter.org/
Description: The Child & Family Center helps build a healthy Santa Clarita Valley by providing mental health, behavioral and education services to children, adults and families. At the Child & Family Center, children, adults, and families can easily access the help they need in a safe and nurturing environment. Responding to the community’s need for services, the Child & Family Center continues to grow and expand. Reaching out to new areas of need, the Center provides children and adults the opportunity to live in healthy, supportive relationships that encourage them to become responsible, caring citizens.
Habitdoc
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90035
Contact Phone: (888) 532-9137
Website: http://habitdoc.com/
Description: Dr. Marc F. Kern is the developer of HabitDoc.com and is the visionary behind a unique approach of boutique style professional addiction services that offers concierge level care for each client. Dr. Kern specializes in utilizing a multi-method approach to tailor individualized services for each client and designs a unique sequence of psychological strategies to overcome the “feelings” that motivate unhealthy habits and addictions. This is unlike the current addiction treatment market which almost exclusively uses AA, the 12-steps, the disease model and the requirement of 100% abstinence regardless of the causes or severity of the problem behavior.
Heartland Center
Location: El Cajon, CA - 92020
Contact Phone: (619) 440-5133
Website: http://www.comresearch.org
Description: Heartland BPSR Wellness Recovery Center is a Bio-Psychosocial Rehabilitation program of Community Research Foundation that provides integrated, coordinated community-based psychosocial rehabilitation services for adults 18 and older who have serious mental illness, as well as individuals with co-occurring mental health and substance disorders. Heartland BPSR Wellness Recovery Center's services are based on the principles of psychosocial rehabilitation, with emphasis on attending to the whole person and re-establishing one's life as a result of the consequences of mental illness, rather than simply attending to the symptoms of the illness. The services focus on recovery, rehabilitation, and community integration, and are individualized to meet the needs of each client. Clients actively participate in setting service plan goals and are encouraged to involve family and significant others in the recovery plan.
Healthy Partnerships
Location: Fairfield, CA - 94533
Contact Phone: (707) 425-1799
Website: http://www.healthypartnerships.com/
Description: Founded in 1997, Healthy Partnerships (HP) mission is to provide high quality Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) and Mental Health (MH) treatment services in an atmosphere of compassion, respect and cultural competence to Bay Area and Central Valley residents. The mission of the program reflects the deep and abiding faith in the value of treatment, and strong commitment to help reduce suffering in the most stigmatized of societal groups. This faith is at the core of our efforts as a behavioral healthcare provider.
Southern California Alcohol And Drug Programs, Inc. - Casa Libre
Location: Bell Gardens, CA - 90201
Contact Phone: (562) 927-1656
Website: http://www.scadpinc.org/
Description: Southern California Alcohol and Drug Programs, Inc. (SCADP) was established in 1972 in a grassroots effort by community volunteers seeking alternatives to prison for those individuals with substance use disorder (SUD). SCADP is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization providing more than 500 residential treatment beds and outpatient counseling to over 1,500 individuals. Casa Libre provides bilingual, family centered treatment, including monolingual Spanish groups, utilizing Spanish and English curriculum for intensive outpatient services. Casa Libre provides Substance Use Disorder treatment and case management for low income Latino families. Direct service staff members are bilingual, bicultural certified addiction counselors.
Stanislaus Recovery Center First Step
Location: Ceres, CA - 95307
Contact Phone: (209) 541-2118
Website: http://www.stancounty.com/bhrs/
Description: Outpatient day treatment programs for pregnant and/or parenting women and their children 0-5 years of age. Services include individual and group counseling; alcohol and drug education; assistance in obtaining perinatal, postpartum and other health care needs; life skills education; therapeutic child care on site; development assessments of children; and coordination of mental health treatment for children
Occupational Health Services
Location: Redwood City, CA - 94063
Contact Phone: (650) 572-0300
Website: https://www.mhn.com/
Description: OHS has been committed to public safety since 1978, providing California State Licensed Driving Under the Influence (DUI) Programs in Alameda, Contra Costa, San Diego, San Mateo, Santa Clara and Stanislaus Counties.
Riverside-san Bernardino County Indian Health, Inc. - Anza Outreach Office
Location: Anza, CA - 92539
Contact Phone: (951) 763-4835
Website: http://www.rsbcihi.org/
Description: RSBCIHI is to provide culturally sensitive healthcare, respect, and abide by the traditional customs of our Indian Communities, and promote wellness and provide early intervention to achieve healthy lifestyles. The Behavioral Health Services (BHS) department provides services for clients at the following health care sites: Anza, Morongo, San Manuel, Soboba, Pechanga, Palm Springs and TM. BHS provides services for chemical dependency (CD) and mental health (MH) problems involving prevention, education, on-site crisis assessment, out patient treatment, referral for inpatient chemical dependency and psychiatric treatment and aftercare services. BHS also offers general assistance (GA) services to eligible clients, a grant managed by Dolly Velez.
Genesis House Iii Genesis House Inc
Location: Vallejo, CA - 94591
Contact Phone: (707) 552-5295
Website: http://www.genesis-house.com/
Description: The Genesis House, Inc. was founded in May of 1972. The initial formation of the organization was based on the idea of providing a re-entry program for other residential treatment program graduates. By 1974 it became apparent that treatment services were needed and the program secured federal funding through the National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA) to provide long term treatment. This continues to be the programs primary purpose today. At present, the program has four facilities, located adjacent to each other, in the semi-rural out-skirts of Vallejo. We provide long term residential treatment to men and women who require a complete life-style and environmental change. We offer twenty-four care in a highly structured drug, alcohol and tobacco free residential treatment setting aimed at assisting clients in becoming totally abstinent and self-supporting. We make use of treatment concepts, such as image building, self reliance training, decision making, peer pressure, one to one counseling, group therapy, and frequent individual evaluations. Each client is required to work their way through a series of three developmental phases, each designed to augment the individuals personal and emotional growth. The later phases of the program emphasize career guidance, vocational and educational rehabilitative services by offering after-care and sober living phases to assist individuals in readjusting to the community. The major goal of the program is to graduate rehabilitated, independent individuals who have gained the necessary emotional stability and maturity in order to become productive, self-reliant members of society.
The High Road Program, Inc. - Lancaster
Location: Lancaster, CA - 93534
Contact Phone: (661) 942-2241
Website: http://www.highroadprogram.org/
Description: The High Road Program, Inc. was founded in 1976 as one of the first organizations to provide education and counseling services to individuals arrested for driving under the influence in California. High Road began expanding its services in the mid-1980's to include misdemeanor drug diversion, domestic violence and anger management counseling services, federal DOD/DOT substance abuse program (SAP) service, as well as rehabilitation services for parolees. While most of our services relate to providing substance abuse counseling and treatment to individuals referred through the California criminal justice system, High Road also provides low cost, affordable outpatient counseling and treatment to the general public. Our organization has grown to be one of the leading providers of outpatient substance abuse counseling and treatment services in Southern California. Not every individual who uses alcohol and/or other drugs is alcoholic or addicted, nor do all problems relate to substance abuse. Many people have problems dealing with anger that often manifests itself in domestic violence, where alcohol and/or other drugs become the escape valve used to deal with anger and feelings of lack of control. There are many behaviors that can lead to a person eventually becoming addicted to alcohol and/or other drugs. We believe that providing early stage education, counseling and family support can help intervene in behaviors that could eventually lead to problems with substance abuse and later on to addiction. We also believe that alcoholism, drug addiction and other compulsive disorders are progressive diseases that affect all levels of society. We further believe that they are diseases that are treatable and from which a person can recover. We know that the primary indicator of the disease is the individual's inability to control the intake of alcohol, drugs, or other substances and the behavior exhibited while under the influence. We believe that effective treatment addresses the total person - physical, emotional, psychological, vocational, social and spiritual. Breaking through the individual's denial that a problem exists must be a primary goal of treatment, and that total abstinence is a prerequisite to beginning and maintaining recovery. We know that life style change can best be provided by an effective treatment program that will encompass the individual and his/her family, significant others and friends - supported by participating in community based self help programs.
Drinking Driver Unit School Ten
Location: Anaheim, CA - 92801
Contact Phone: (714) 772-3620
Website: http://www.schoolteninc.com/
Description: The goal of the School Ten Program is to provide our clients high quality counseling, education and rehabilitation services for substance abuse and to help the individual learn and apply healthy methods of dealing with life and becoming a productive, sober member of their family and community. School Ten, Inc.'s California State licensed DUI program course is thought-provoking and challenging. You will learn about the serious legal ramifications of drinking and driving, become familiar with the psychological reasons behind this dangerous combination and, importantly, you will be given strategies, tools and insights that will help you avoid this problem in the future.
San Bernardino Dept Of Behavioral Hlth
Location: Victorville, CA - 92392
Contact Phone: (760) 955-1777
Website: http://www.sbcounty.gov/dbh/
Description: The County of San Bernardino Behavioral Health Programs strive to be recognized as a progressive system of seamless, accessible and effective services that promote prevention, intervention, recovery and resiliency for individuals, families and communities.
His Sheltering Arms Inc
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90061
Contact Phone: (323) 755-6646
Website: http://www.hisshelteringarms.org/
Description: His Sheltering Arms has over 25 years of experience assisting women who are transitioning into new lives free of alcohol and substance abuse. Our treatment center provides gender-specific, personalized medical and psychotherapeutic treatment for women suffering from alcohol and substance addictions. Providing a warm, supportive, residential experience rooted in respect and structure, we offer our residents safe, transitional housing as they recover and rebuild their lives. Our staff provides professional and comprehensive treatment combining proven, time-tested 12-Step programs such as Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous. We work with each of our residents to help them restore and rebuild relationships, to grow personally, to seek out education and to find and secure employment. We are committed to providing the highest quality of service to our clients and their families as they continue their journey through healing to a new, healthier and productive life.
School Ten Inc. - Westminster
Location: Westminster, CA - 92683
Contact Phone: (714) 891-3608
Website: http://www.schoolteninc.com/
Description: The goal of the School Ten Program is to provide our clients high quality counseling, education and rehabilitation services for substance abuse and to help the individual learn and apply healthy methods of dealing with life and becoming a productive, sober member of their family and community. School Ten, Inc.'s California State licensed DUI program course is thought-provoking and challenging. You will learn about the serious legal ramifications of drinking and driving, become familiar with the psychological reasons behind this dangerous combination and, importantly, you will be given strategies, tools and insights that will help you avoid this problem in the future.
West Kern Clinic Kern County Mental Health Department
Location: Wasco, CA - 93280
Contact Phone: (661) 758-7321
Website: http://www.co.kern.ca.us/
Description: Our Mission: Working together to achieve hope, healing, and a meaningful life in the community. Our Vision: People with mental illness and addictions recover to achieve their hopes and dreams, enjoy opportunities to learn, work and contribute to their community.
Western Riverside Narcotics Treatment Program Riverside County Substance Abuse Prog
Location: Riverside, CA - 92507
Contact Phone: (951) 955-2105
Website: http://www.rcdmh.org/
Description: Substance Use Programs provide accessible, high quality treatment services for alcohol, other substance use problems and or other addictions. We offer a wide range of countywide treatment and prevention services that include assessment, education through individual and group counseling sessions with encouragement to be involved in 12-step programs, sobriety maintenance through support groups, case management, and referrals to outside services.
Mhs - Redlands Center For Change
Location: Redlands, CA - 92374
Contact Phone: (909) 335-2989
Website: https://www.mhsinc.org/
Description: Redlands Center for Change is the case management and treatment provider for Redlands Drug Court. We work collaboratively with other members of the Drug Court Team. As the team’s treatment provider we help our clients achieve success in living a productive life that is free of criminal activity. Our treatment services offer group and individual counseling, and we provide case management services for mental health, education, employment and community referral needs. We provide treatment services to individuals who have been convicted of drug charges or charges that can be directly linked to substance abuse. Referrals from the Superior Court are presumed to have a personal drug abuse history and show signs that they can benefit from our treatment services.
Pathways Santa Anita Family Service
Location: Covina, CA - 91723
Contact Phone: (626) 966-1755
Website: http://www.santaanitafamilyservice.org/
Description: The mission of the Santa Anita Family Service is to serve families in communities located primarily in the San Gabriel Valley by creating healthier and more stable children and adults through high quality educational, mental health, social services and senior programs provided by impassioned and dedicated professionals.
Pomona Pacific Clinics
Location: Pomona, CA - 91767
Contact Phone: (909) 622-4723
Website: http://www.pacificclinics.org
Description: Pacific Clinics is providing leading-edge behavioral healthcare services across the life-span to diverse populations in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and Ventura counties.
Alma Del Camino Nuevo Kern County Hispanis Commission
Location: Bakersfield, CA - 93301
Contact Phone: (661) 634-9877
Website: http://kchcsubstanceabuseservices.com/
Description: The mission of the Kern County Hispanic Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services, Inc is, with a focus of the Hispanic community, to improve the quality of life for women with substance abuse problems by providing comprehensive cost effective programs. Services of the highest quality are ensured by the dedication of an involved Board of Directors who support and cultivate a staff of progressive committed professionals. Alma Del Camino Nuevo - The Kern County Hispanic Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services Inc, Outpatient substance Abuse Program is based upon the disease concept of Alcoholism/Chemical Dependency. We support the position that chemical dependency is a disease that adversely affects the body, mind and spirit of the abuser as well as that of the abusers family and loved ones. the commission provides outpatient based substance abuse treatment service that are responsive to the needs of women. The commission believe that only by addressing all significant issues faced by the chemical dependent women can you truly begin to treat the disease of substance abuse. The length of the program will an average of 8 months.
Pyramid Alternatives Inc
Location: Pacifica, CA - 94044
Contact Phone: (650) 355-8787
Website: http://pyramidalternatives.org/
Description: Pyramid Alternatives teams with San Mateo County, schools, community and senior centers, mental health providers, the Coalition of Alcohol and Drug Treatment Probation, Law Enforcement, other foundations and organizations to deliver affordable, effective counseling and educational programs and services. Our staff is composed of licensed, accredited professionals. We treat families affected by alcohol and other drug abuse as well as domestic violence. We also treat children, adolescents and adults for many issues including anxiety, depression and trauma.
Genesis Programs - Ventura
Location: Ventura, CA - 93003
Contact Phone: (805) 650-3094
Website: http://www.genesisprograms.com/
Description: Genesis Programs, Inc. is a free-standing treatment program dedicated to helping those who seek recovery from alcohol and other drug dependence. We provide outpatient programs that offer individuals the opportunity to build a foundation in recovery as they continue to meet day-to-day responsibilities of their lives. Genesis Programs has served Ventura County families since1993 and we believe our long term success is directly related to our well-trained, enthusiastic, and highly motivated staff. With offices in Ventura and Thousand Oaks, CA, we strive to provide convenient locations and schedules to meet your needs. It should also be noted that we are contracted with most insurance companies, which can minimize out of pocket costs.
Tarzana Treatment Centers - Youth
Location: Tarzana, CA - 91356
Contact Phone: (818) 654-3950
Website: http://www.tarzanatc.org/
Description: Since 1972, Tarzana Treatment Centers has provided high quality, affordable behavioral healthcare and addiction treatment services in Los Angeles County. Our mission and values are realized through a continuum of integrated alcohol and drug addiction treatment, education, mental health, medical detox and residential rehab for teens / youth, and adults. We also provide outpatient services, sober living housing, after care, HIV/AIDS Services, Prop 36, family medical care, women’s services, family counseling, domestic violence intervention, anger management and community education services.
Stork Club Options For Recovery
Location: Torrance, CA - 90502
Contact Phone: (310) 222-5410
Website: http://www.optionsforrecovery.com/
Description: Since it's inception in 1990 during the cocaine epidemic, Options for Recovery/Stork Club has been in the business of helping women recover from alcohol and drug use to unite them with their children and family. Options for Recovery is a part of the Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute (LA BioMed) at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. Options for Recovery/Stork Club's mission is to provide comprehensive resource, education, support and recovery services to alcohol and drug abusing pregnant and/or parenting women. Options for Recovery provides and coordinates comprehensive, centralized services such as: intensive day treatment recovery services, medical care for women and their children, childcare, parent education, counseling services, and access to social service programs through case management. Options for Recovery's goal is to empower it's clients to implement the change necessary to achieve and maintain a drug-free, responsible lifestyle based on self-respect and respect for others. The program recongnizes the importance of coordination of services, and values itself as a member of the greater community-helping network. In order to accomplish its mission, the program makes explicit its intention to provide a responsible and respectful work envrionment supportive to the personal and professional growth of its employees. Options for Recovery staff are nurturing and supportive interdisciplinary advocates for recovering pregnant and/or parenting women and their familes.
Pasadena/deville Program
Location: Pasadena, CA - 91103
Contact Phone: (877) 722-2737
Website: http://www.pacificclinics.org
Description: Pacific Clinics is providing leading-edge behavioral healthcare services across the life-span to diverse populations in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and Ventura counties.
Womens Recovery Of California Yellowstone Womens First Step House
Location: Costa Mesa, CA - 92627
Contact Phone: (949) 646-4494
Website: http://yellowstonerecovery.com/
Description: Yellowstone Recovery's drug rehab in Orange County, CA has been helping women and men break free from a life of drugs and alcohol since 1997. In 17 years we have provided over 5000 clients with the tools they need to maintain long term sobriety.
First Step House Of Orange Co., Inc - Mcmillen House At Plumer St.
Location: Costa Mesa, CA - 92627
Contact Phone: (949) 574-2505
Website: http://www.charlestreet.org/
Description: The First Step House of Orange Co., Inc. is a non-profit organization that oversees the operation of Charle Street and the McMillen Houses. They all are recovery and transitional social model facilities in Costa Mesa, CA. The three residences serve the local communities by assisting indigent men suffering from severe drinking problems. McMillen House provides affordable, medium-term (up to 1 year) housing for up to twelve newly recovering alcoholics. It provides a safe, sober, structured environment that assists the men in building a firm foundation for their continued long-term sobriety and personal growth. This is a critical step in the process of integrating back into society.
Strategies For Change (formerly Chemical Dependency Center For Women)
Location: Sacramento, CA - 95841
Contact Phone: (916) 473-5764
Website: http://strategies4change.org/
Description: Strategies for Change, formerly known as Chemical Dependency Center for Women was founded in 1978 under the name Women’s Stress Alternatives, with the original purpose of treating women addicted to prescription medications. It soon became apparent that addiction issues went beyond prescription abuse. Women’s Stress Alternatives evolved to become Chemical Dependency Center for Women. Since the early years, Chemical Dependency Center for Women established itself as a cornerstone within Sacramento’s recovery community, specializing in the treatment of women facing addiction. For 30 years, our names have reflected our origin and ongoing commitment to the particular and unique needs of women, especially those who have been victimized by childhood or adult trauma. Over time, the focus on women has not changed, instead, a deeper understanding of the complex needs of the family as a whole and of the children affected by multi generational drug use and trauma has led to the development of a comprehensive array of services geared to support women, men, families and youth. Chemical dependency rarely occurs in isolation. Years of treatment history has given us a keen understanding of the layers of issues and problems people with substance abuse issues face as they move toward sustained sobriety. Co-occurring issues such as trauma, and mental health often accompany and compound these issues. Since 2005 we have included integrated co-occurring disorders treatment as part of our menu of services. Providing integerated substance abuse treatment and mental health, co-occurring & support services for adults, youth & families reflects our longstanding concern for treating the whole person, and recognizing the importance of ensuring that entry into any one system can provide access to all needed systems.
(hart) Humboldt Alcohol Recovery Treatment
Location: Fortuna, CA - 95540
Contact Phone: (707) 725-9381
Website: http://fortunaacs.com/hart/
Description: Humboldt Alcohol Recovery Treatment (HART) has provided DUI Program Services for Humboldt County since July 1991. We provide programs for any individual who has been arrested or convicted of Driving Under the Influence of alcohol or drugs. All HART programs are licensed by the State Department of Alcohol and Drug Services, pursuant to Title 9, Chapter 3 of the California Code of Regulations. We work in cooperation with the criminal justice system as well as with the California Department of Motor Vehicles. The goal of HART is to assist the client participating in the program to recognize his/her level of chemical dependency, acquaint him/her with life problems associated with chemical dependency, and to aid in their recovery. Our staff works within the parameters of Title 9 to assist the client in making positive changes in their daily lives and to give them the tools to avoid future DUI offenses by providing quality group, face to face, and education components. Referral to other services are made as appropriate, or requested.
Paar East Paar Center
Location: Porterville, CA - 93257
Contact Phone: (559) 781-0133
Website: http://www.paarcenter.org/
Description: The PAAR Center is a non-profit, community oriented, facility designed to treat those struggling with addiction so they may live meaningful, productive lives without the use of alcohol and drugs and is licensed by the State of California Department Alcohol and Drug Programs. PAAR East: Serves in the transitional process of treatment to aftercare. The facility can be found at 242 W Belleview Ave.
Central Valley Methadone Clinic
Location: San Jose, CA - 95128
Contact Phone: (408) 885-5400
Website: http://www.sccgov.org/sites/dads/
Description: Mission Statement: To develop and operate a seamless Continuum of Care for the prevention and treatment of substance abuse problems in the community that is appropriate for the diverse populations of the County and that is accountable for its services.
Wilshire Treatment Center Inc
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90025
Contact Phone: (310) 268-2446
Website: http://www.wilshiretreatmentcenter.com/
Description: Wilshire Treatment Center is a multi-service program treating addiction to heroin, opium, prescribed medication, and other opioids. The program’s ultimate goal is to assist its patients in achieving a drug-free lifestyle. The program accepts Medi-Cal and private pay.
Bridge 1 New Bridge Foundation Inc
Location: Berkeley, CA - 94709
Contact Phone: (510) 548-7270
Website: http://www.newbridgefoundation.org/
Description: Founded in 1968, New Bridge Foundation is a nonprofit agency offering integrated chemical dependency and mental health treatment to adults, age 18 and over. New Bridge Foundation utilizes a holistic approach in which traditional and alternative treatment methods are used
Alpha Drinking Driver Program Riverside Recovery Resources
Location: Riverside, CA - 92506
Contact Phone: (951) 684-3744
Website: http://www.riversiderecovery.org/
Description: Any conviction of a DUI in a California court will require completion of a State approved DUI program to restore their complete driving privileges. The court may or may not still be involved, however DMV remains involved until all DUI program requirements have been met and the program sends a DL 101 proof of completion certificate to DMV. Riverside Recovery Resources Alpha program offers first offender Wet Reckless, 4, 6 and 9 month programs. We also offer 12 and 18 month multiple offender classes. There are 3 forms of referrals that may allow us to enroll you into our program.
Harbor Light Center Recovery Home Salvation Army
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94103
Contact Phone: (415) 503-3000
Website: http://www.sfharborlight.org
Description: Residents entering The Harbor Light Center are provided with group and individual counseling in a confidential setting facilitated by trained counselors Groups and classes aimed at educating the individual in Relapse Prevention, Medical Aspects of Addiction, Family Roles, Relationships in Recovery, HIV/HepC, and Art Therapy. Other groups include Treatment Planning, Reflections, First Step, and weekly Process groups. The Harbor Light Center is a six month to twelve month social model residential treatment program for men, women and veterans seeking solutions to their problems with drug and alcohol dependence. Services are provided without discrimination to all adults who seek to change their lives for the better. The Salvation Army Harbor Light Center is a 12-Step, spiritually based social model program. Comprehensive treatment and professional care are provided in a safe, supportive environment. Individuals and families receive help with alcohol and drug issues that include related social, spiritual and cultural concerns.
(mite)/east County Regional Mcalister Institute For Treatment And Education
Location: El Cajon, CA - 92020
Contact Phone: (619) 440-4801
Website: http://www.mcalisterinc.org/
Description: McAlister Institute's regional recovery centers are outpatient programs for adults struggling with substance abuse and other drug-related problems, including co-occurring mental health issues. Wraparound services include assessment, treatment planning individual and group counseling, case management, mental health counseling, vocational training, re-entry assistance and referral, and ongoing recovery support services. A sliding fee scale is utilized to ensure no one is denied services due to inability to pay.
Project Aurora/youth And Family Services
Location: Vallejo, CA - 94590
Contact Phone: (707) 647-1520
Website: http://www.yfs.org/
Description: Project Aurora is a comprehensive substance abuse service designed totally for women and their families. Our goal is to help women recover from chemical dependency. Aurora women participate in day treatment or intensive outpatient groups for drug treatment, relapse prevention, and developing interpersonal skills. Most also receive individual and family counseling, crisis intervention, assistance with prenatal and medical care, parenting classes, aftercare groups, assistance in finding food security, jobs, and housing; and assistance with transportation to treatment and medical appointments. Women in need of on-going mental health treatment will be referred to YFS therapists as appropriate. Aurora recovery services are enhanced by the Children’s Therapeutic Recovery Center (Building Blocks). Ancillary and prevention services such as: information and referrals for potential clients, groups, community events, classroom presentations, outreach, etc. are a part of our daily services to the community.
Sobering Station Paar Center
Location: Porterville, CA - 93257
Contact Phone: (559) 781-0133
Website: http://www.paarcenter.org/
Description: The PAAR Center is a non-profit, community oriented, facility designed to treat those struggling with addiction so they may live meaningful, productive lives without the use of alcohol and drugs and is licensed by the State of California Department Alcohol and Drug Programs. The Drop-In Center/Sobering Station: The facility has four licensed, residential beds and is located at 509 N El Granito St. (Behind the Main House).
Substance Abuse Recovery Program Family Service Agency Of Marin County
Location: San Rafael, CA - 94903
Contact Phone: (415) 491-5700
Website: http://www.fsamarin.org
Description: Family Service Agency of Marin, through counseling, education and advocacy, strengthens the many forms of family life, promotes the health and self sufficiency of family members of all ages and cultures, and champions freedom from abuse, violence and poverty. Addiction recovery is a complicated journey that requires support to be successful, whether it’s addiction to drugs or alcohol, gambling, shopping, food or cutting – any addiction or disorder that makes living a productive life impossible. FSA therapists identify individual challenges and develop a therapeutic plan to support the greatest chance of living free of addiction. The agency follows a harm reduction model, which recognizes that relapse may occur during the treatment and recovery process. The vine Detox Center, through Buckelew Programs, provides a non-medical detox program where adults under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol can safely withdraw in a supportive environment.
Children Family Comm Services Division
Location: San Jose, CA - 95127
Contact Phone: (408) 928-9197
Website: http://www.sccgov.org/sites/dads/
Description: The Department of Alcohol & Drug Services’ (DADS) Children, Family, and Community Services Division, along with a network of contracted providers, offer free adolescent substance abuse treatment at sites throughout Santa Clara County. Services are confidential and available to youth and young adults 12-21. Our mission is to develop and operate a seamless Continuum of Care for the prevention, early intervention and treatment of substance abuse problems in the youth community that is appropriate for the diverse populations of Santa Clara County. DADS Youth System of Care (YSOC) offers confidential alcohol and drug outpatient, intensive outpatient (IOP), and residential services and aftercare services for youth and young adults up to age 21. Treatment services are provided throughout Santa Clara County at schools, clinics, community agencies and Juvenile Hall. Staff have bilingual/bicultural capabilities. The therapists specialize in working with youth, young adults, and families that are struggling with substance use and mental health issues. All services are provided by licensed and pre-licensed therapists, many of who are bilingual/bicultural, at no cost or low cost. Frequency of sessions is based on the needs of the youth, their level of use of substances, and willingness to change and commitment to recovery.
Hemet Riverside County Substance Abuse Program
Location: Hemet, CA - 92543
Contact Phone: (951) 791-3350
Website: http://www.rcdmh.org/
Description: Substance Use Programs provide accessible, high quality treatment services for alcohol, other substance abuse problems and or other addictions. We offer a wide range of countywide treatment and prevention services that include assessment, education through individual and group counseling sessions with encouragement to be involved in 12-step programs, sobriety maintenance through support groups, case management, and referrals to outside services.
Guidance Center
Location: San Pedro, CA - 90731
Contact Phone: (310) 833-3135
Website: http://www.tgclb.org/
Description: The Guidance Center provides comprehensive mental health treatment to our community’s most disadvantaged children and their families struggling with mental illness and abuse, leading them toward a positive and productive future. The Guidance Center envisions a community where all children have the help they need to be healthy and happy.
Family Services Center Inc High Desert Child Adolescent And
Location: Victorville, CA - 92392
Contact Phone: (760) 243-7151
Website: http://www.highdesertcenter.info/
Description: You are "the Center" of our attention.
Ujima East Outpatient Treatment Program Ujima Family Recovery Services
Location: Pittsburg, CA - 94565
Contact Phone: (925) 427-9100
Website: http://www.ujimafamily.org
Description: Addiction to alcohol and other drugs is a progressive, but treatable disease. Ujima East Outpatient Treatment Program offers evidence based specialized services to promote recovery from drug and alcohol abuse for pregnant, postpartum and parenting women with young children. We respond to the unique needs of families devastated by addiction. The Program located in Pittsburg serves women from Contra Costa County. In this setting, we offer a warm family atmosphere where the recovering woman can begin to learn how to live in and alcohol and drug free environment. Our community-based program helps women explore their alternatives in recovery, and take responsibility for their own lives. We also offer them the opportunity for personal recovery while continuing to care for their children.
(cura)/therapeutic Community Carnales Unidos Reformando Adictos
Location: Fremont, CA - 94536
Contact Phone: (510) 713-3204
Website: http://www.curainc.com/
Description: C.U.R.A.’s model of Residential Treatment welcomes participants into a Therapeutic Community (TC) where residents treat each other and C.U.R.A. staff treats the environment and keeps clients safe. In this environment residents are able to address past behaviors, give back to the community, receive an education, get job experience and prepare for a new way of life.
Encompass Community Services (formerly Santa Cruz Community Counseling Center) - Fenix Outpatient Services
Location: Watsonville, CA - 95075
Contact Phone: (831) 728-2233
Website: http://www.encompasscs.org/
Description: Encompass Community Services (formerly Santa Cruz Community Counseling Center), a California 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, has been serving Santa Cruz County since 1973. Fenix Outpatient Services provides drug and/or alcohol abuse treatment services to adults. We offer comprehensive individual sessions, family and group sessions. We provide substance abuse counseling including: AOD education, Early Sobriety, Relapse Prevention, Perinatal Cal-Works, Anger Management, Domestic Violence and Prop36. Counseling sessions vary in duration and most are based on a sliding fee scale. No one is denied services due to inability to pay. Private and self-referrals are welcome.
And Drug Dependency Antelope Valley Council On Alcoholism
Location: Palmdale, CA - 93550
Contact Phone: (661) 274-1062
Website: http://www.alcoholismcouncilofav.com/
Description: The Antelope Valley Council on Alcoholism & Drug Dependency (AVCADD) has served the needs of alcoholics, and substance abusers since 1973. Over 30 years of history, AVCADD has provided outreach, education, counseling, and support to over 20,000 adults children, and their families as they struggle with their addiction and find hope in recovery.
Marin Services For Men
Location: San Rafael, CA - 94901
Contact Phone: (415) 485-6736
Website: http://www.marinservicesformen.org/
Description: Marin Services for Men is a community-based, group-oriented, residential setting supporting clean-and-sober living guided by the 12-Step Model. Our program is based on the understanding that the 12-Step Model is the single most successful approach to addiction recovery. Marin Services for Men provides a healthy, sober environment to help ensure maintenance of continuous sobriety. The program is self-governed by the individuals in residence. They are responsible for their own sobriety. It is expected that all members of our community assume responsibilities in running the day-to-day household duties. Our staff will provide guidance and support and be involved in the readiness of each resident's ability to participate in household responsibilities. A spirit of trust is the guiding element in developing and sustaining a healthy sober community.
Genesis House Ii Genesis House Inc
Location: Vallejo, CA - 94590
Contact Phone: (707) 552-5295
Website: http://www.genesis-house.com/
Description: The Genesis House, Inc. was founded in May of 1972. The initial formation of the organization was based on the idea of providing a re-entry program for other residential treatment program graduates. By 1974 it became apparent that treatment services were needed and the program secured federal funding through the National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA) to provide long term treatment. This continues to be the programs primary purpose today. At present, the program has four facilities, located adjacent to each other, in the semi-rural out-skirts of Vallejo. We provide long term residential treatment to men and women who require a complete life-style and environmental change. We offer twenty-four care in a highly structured drug, alcohol and tobacco free residential treatment setting aimed at assisting clients in becoming totally abstinent and self-supporting. We make use of treatment concepts, such as image building, self reliance training, decision making, peer pressure, one to one counseling, group therapy, and frequent individual evaluations. Each client is required to work their way through a series of three developmental phases, each designed to augment the individuals personal and emotional growth. The later phases of the program emphasize career guidance, vocational and educational rehabilitative services by offering after-care and sober living phases to assist individuals in readjusting to the community. The major goal of the program is to graduate rehabilitated, independent individuals who have gained the necessary emotional stability and maturity in order to become productive, self-reliant members of society.
Paar West Paar Center
Location: Porterville, CA - 93257
Contact Phone: (559) 781-7248
Website: http://www.paarcenter.org/
Description: The PAAR Center is a non-profit, community oriented, facility designed to treat those struggling with addiction so they may live meaningful, productive lives without the use of alcohol and drugs and is licensed by the State of California Department Alcohol and Drug Programs. PAAR West: An alcohol and drug treatment center for women based on a social model of residential recovery. Duration of the program is 90 days. The facility has 12 beds. PAAR West is located at 182 W Belleview Ave.
(mite)/east County Mcalister Institute For Treatment And Education
Location: El Cajon, CA - 92020
Contact Phone: (619) 441-2493
Website: http://www.mcalisterinc.org/
Description: McAlister Institute offers three gender-specific homes where substance abusing teens can seek up to 21 days of non-medical, residential detox. While in the program, adolescents participate in assessments, individual counseling, structured recovery activities, group education, and self-help groups.
Aegis Treatment Centers, Llc - Santa Barbara
Location: Santa Barbara, CA - 93110
Contact Phone: (805) 964-4795
Website: http://aegistreatmentcenters.com/
Description: Aegis Treatment Centers, LLC., ("Aegis") operates one of the largest networks of Narcotic Treatment Programs (NTPs), also known as Opiate Treatment Programs (OTPs), in the nation. In 1998, Aegis began implementation of a business plan that would upgrade its network into a state-of-the-art continuum of care, creating a model that has set the standard for OTP operations throughout the country. AEGIS' MISSION: Aegis’ goal is to support the successful recovery of its patients and improve the quality of their lives; Aegis is committed to providing evidence-based comprehensive treatment services incorporating multidisciplinary modalities; Aegis promotes the highest standard of patient care in the treatment of substance abuse and related medical, psychological and socio-economic conditions; Aegis and its staff members pursue excellence, integrity & commitment in the provision of effective patient care.
Counseling Services New Creation Alcohol And Drug
Location: Colton, CA - 92324
Contact Phone: (909) 981-6121
Website: http://newcreationdetox.com/
Description: Our mission at New Creation is to provide the best care available for your drug and alcohol rehab in a beneficial, nurturing environment. We know that we need to provide not only the latest treatment methods, but also a holistic approach, to give you the support you need for a lifelong recovery. We recognize that different people are in different places in their recovery, and our rehab facilities provide a wide variety of services to give you the help you need, whether it’s medically supervised detoxing from alcohol, residential treatment, sober living, intensive outpatient care, or anything else on the path of recovery. Our staff and community partners will provide the help you need. We are also well aware of the spiritual and mental health challenges that our patients often face on the road to recovery. That’s why we provide not only the most appropriate medically supervised treatment available, but also individual and family counseling, transitional living, and fitness and lifestyle services through our affiliation with the Drayson Center Wellness Clinic. New Creation offers state of the art rehab facilities, but we’re much more than an addiction treatment center. Our most important patient is you, and our mission is to know what services you need for your complete recovery from drug or alcohol addition, and to have the best addiction treatment professionals provide it. We never forget that you’re a whole person, and your treatment is individualized. Wherever you are on your path to recovery, we will help you get the rest of the way there.
Jeff Vanvonderen
Location: Capistrano Beach, CA -
Contact Phone: (949) 677-8354
Website: http://www.jeffvanvonderen.com/
Description: Jeff VanVonderen is a highly sought after speaker and consultant both nationally and internationally. For over 35 years, individuals, families, and organizations have benefited from his skills and understanding in the areas of addiction, family systems, and recovery. Jeff was one of the featured interventionists on the A&E Network’s Emmy-winning documentary series about intervention. The show has won two Emmy’s: Outstanding Reality Program and Outstanding Cinematography For Reality Programming. For more information about this series visit the A&E Network. If you are considering Jeff’s involvement in an intervention with your loved one, do not have them watch the INTERVENTION show on A&E first. He is the author of six books: Good News for the Chemically Dependent, Families Where Grace is in Place (Now in it’s 14th printing.), When God’s People Let You Down, Tired of Trying to Measure Up (Now it it’s 22nd printing), The Subtle Power of Spiritual Abuse (Now in it’s 18th printing.) and Soul Repair: Rebuilding a Spiritual Life .Several magazines and journals have featured Jeff’s work, and he has been featured guest on radio and television shows across the country. Jeff’s services as an expert witness in cases involving various abuse issues have been utilized in Minnesota, Alabama, Wyoming, Washington, and Hawaii. His works have been published in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Hungarian, Indonesian, Korean, Portuguese, Slovakian, and Spanish.
Dba New Directions Alcohol And Drug Awareness Program
Location: Stockton, CA - 95205
Contact Phone: (209) 870-6500
Website: http://www.newdirectionsstockton.org/
Description: The Alcohol and Drug Awareness Program, doing business as New Directions, was a concept that was developed in the early 1990's. A task force that included business people, members of law enforcement and the judicial system, sought an alternative to incarceration for men and women who were caught in the cycle of drug and alcohol addiction. These individuals knew that addicts commit petty crimes to support their habit, are arrested, incarcerated and then choke the courts and fill the jails. The process was a revolving door that did nothing to change or help these addicts. The concept of New Directions was to divert such people into a program that taught them how to stop the cycle. By doing so, lives could be saved as well as a great deal of money. Incarceration is very costly. And it does nothing to improve the lives of those in the system. Led by Judge Rolleen McIlwrath, the group arranged for the New Directions program to be housed in a vacated building on the San Joaquin County Honor Farm. The program opened in 1993. The mission of New Directions is to teach men and women who have lost control of their lives due to their addiction how to stop substance abuse and how to lead crime free, productive and happy lives.
Whiteside Manor
Location: Riverside, CA - 92501
Contact Phone: (800) 300-7326
Website: http://whitesidemanor.com
Description: Whiteside Manor offers several affordable California drug and alcohol treatment programs for men and women. We are known for our attention to "Quality of Care" to help you or your loved ones in recovering from addiction. Our men and women's programs are designed to get our clients back into leading a healthy and natural lifestyle without the presence of drugs or alcohol. Our ultimate goal is for the program to provide long-term abstinence from drugs and alcohol for our clients. Our clients are educated and treated so that they may re-enter society and lead responsible, successful drug and alcohol free lives by using the tools of recovery. We recognize and fulfill each person’s needs by helping them attain a thorough understanding of themselves and the recovery process while providing a safe, supportive environment. This is not a co-ed program. Fraternization is not allowed between the sexes.
Bay Area Community Resources Inc
Location: San Rafael, CA - 94903
Contact Phone: (415) 444-5580
Website: http://www.bacr.org
Description: Bay Area Community Resources (BACR) is a regional 501(c)(3) nonprofit agency headquartered in San Rafael, California that provides a range of services in seven counties around the San Francisco Bay Area. Founded in 1976, BACR’s mission is to promote the healthy development of individuals and families, encourage service and volunteerism, and help build community.
Spirit Of Woman Of California
Location: Fresno, CA - 93728
Contact Phone: (559) 233-4353
Website: http://spiritofwomanfresno.org/
Description: Since 1997, Spirit of Woman has provided and managed treatment programs for pregnant and parenting women in need of substance abuse intervention. We provide this type of support through inpatient, aftercare, and sober living programs. From 1997 to 2000, Spirit of Woman leased facilities through another organization that served as its fiscal agent. In 2000, the organization was incorporated as a nonprofit and leased a 24-unit apartment complex that served over 30 women and 75 children daily. In 2004, the organization relocated to its current site where it can provide inpatient services for 70 women and 105 children, making it one of the primary residential substance abuse treatment facilities for women with children in Fresno County. Spirit of Woman is licensed and certified by the State of California Department of Alcohol and Other Drug Programs to operate an intensive inpatient drug treatment program with aftercare. Spirit of Woman provides all of its services in accordance with the Perinatal Services Network Guidelines (2009), Title 9 Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs licensing requirements for treatment facilities, and models for implementing trauma-specific services.
(mite)/south Bay Adolescent Detox Mcalister Institute For Treatment And Education
Location: La Mesa, CA - 91941
Contact Phone: (619) 442-0277
Website: http://www.mcalisterinc.org/
Description: McAlister Institute offers three gender-specific homes where substance abusing teens can seek up to 21 days of non-medical, residential detox. While in the program, adolescents participate in assessments, individual counseling, structured recovery activities, group education, and self-help groups.
Riverside-san Bernardino County Indian Health, Inc. - Palm Springs Outreach
Location: Palm Springs, CA - 92262
Contact Phone: (760) 323-9496
Website: http://www.rsbcihi.org/
Description: RSBCIHI is to provide culturally sensitive healthcare, respect, and abide by the traditional customs of our Indian Communities, and promote wellness and provide early intervention to achieve healthy lifestyles. The Behavioral Health Services (BHS) department provides services for clients at the following health care sites: Anza, Morongo, San Manuel, Soboba, Pechanga, Palm Springs and TM. BHS provides services for chemical dependency (CD) and mental health (MH) problems involving prevention, education, on-site crisis assessment, out patient treatment, referral for inpatient chemical dependency and psychiatric treatment and aftercare services. BHS also offers general assistance (GA) services to eligible clients, a grant managed by Dolly Velez.
Western Pacific Panorama Med Clinic Western Pacific Medical Corporation
Location: Panorama City, CA - 91402
Contact Phone: (818) 891-8555
Website: http://www.westpacmed.com/
Description: The mission of Western Pacific Med/Corp is to provide evidence based narcotic treatment services to any eligible person seeking them.These services shall be provided in a cost effective, high quality, humane, culturally sensitive, and non-discriminatory manner. By providing these services the community will be enriched with an increased level of public health, a decrease in criminal activity and a safer more enjoyable place to live.
Heritage House Village Southern California Alcohol And Drug Programs Inc
Location: Anaheim, CA - 92805
Contact Phone: (714) 399-1148
Website: http://www.scadpinc.org/
Description: Southern California Alcohol and Drug Programs, Inc. (SCADP) was established in 1972 in a grassroots effort by community volunteers seeking alternatives to prison for those individuals with substance use disorder (SUD). SCADP is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization providing more than 500 residential treatment beds and outpatient counseling to over 1,500 individuals. Heritage House Village (Cottages) is a 6-9 month transitional housing project for women with children exiting substance abuse treatment. Heritage House Village was established in 2001 with Proposition 10 tobacco tax monies funded through the Orange County Children and Families Commission. This program provides transitional housing and supportive services to children ages five and under and their mothers recovering from substance abuse. Participants are graduates of SCADP’s Heritage House or Heritage House North programs in Orange County. The Village provides needs assessment, case management with service linkage and transportation, individual and group counseling, 12 Step support groups, as well as educational/vocational assistance and discharge planning for transition to safe, permanent housing.
Bakersfield Recovery Services Inc. - Jason's Retreat Mens Residential Treatment Facility
Location: Bakersfield, CA - 93305
Contact Phone: (661) 637-2124
Website: http://www.jasonsretreat.com/
Description: BRS Inc. is a private nonprofit agency in Bakersfield, California that offers residential-based treatment for adult men and women struggling with alcoholism and/or addiction. Our programs offer proven 12-Step recovery principles in non-medical, social model settings. We have a men’s program (Jason’s Retreat); a women’s program (Capistrano Community for Women) a program for pregnant women (Capistrano-Lincoln Street Retreat for Perinatal) and an Intensive co-ed outpatient program (Jason’s Retreat Intensive Outpatient). Jason’s retreat currently serves 30 adult men at a facility on the east side of Bakersfield, CA. Activities center is the “Big House”, our original two story house, it is where the clients reside and also includes a large dining room and community kitchen. We also lease single-family homes nearby, for sober living and have classrooms and counseling offices centrally located. Our staff provides support services including transportation to and from professional appointments, outside counseling, schools and child visits. Treatment stays very depending on funding sources from 45 days to 120 days. It is a busy time, with classes 4 times daily on weekdays. Clients also attend 12-step meetings almost daily with their fellow clients. All of our programs are 12-Step based, social model programs that emphasize accountability and individual responsibility. Clients study the 12-Step program pioneered by Alcoholics Anonymous and now used by Narcotics Anonymous and other groups, with special emphasis on the first four steps. Clients attend daily meetings, find 12-Step sponsors and build strong 12-Step support groups. Jason’s has a staff of four full time CAADAC trained counselors for our residential program, and others who work with clients in our Intensive Outpatient program, housed at 504 Bernard St.
Marin County Drinking Driver Program Bay Area Community Resources Inc
Location: San Rafael, CA - 94901
Contact Phone: (415) 453-9980
Website: http://www.dui-marin.org/
Description: Marin County DUI is a program of Bay Area Community Resources. The Marin County DUI Program offers Court and DMV mandated programs. Programs are conducted in English and Spanish. The programs include Education and Group Counseling. There are four programs for First Offenders: a 12 Hour Education program, a 15 Week program, a Six Month Program, or a Nine Month Program. The program you enroll in is determined by the court. For Multiple Offenders, there is an 18 Month Program consisting of Education, Group and Individual Counseling, and Community Re-Entry.
Potrero Hill Health Center San Francisco General Hospital (sfgh)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94107
Contact Phone: (415) 648-3022
Website: https://www.sfdph.org/dph/comupg/oservices/medSvs/hlthCtrs/PotreroHlthCtr.asp
Description: San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center (SFGH) is an essential part of San Francisco’s health care system serving some 100,000 patients each year and providing 20 percent of the city’s inpatient care. Recognized as one of the nation’s top hospitals, we serve the community with a full complement of inpatient, outpatient, emergency, diagnostic and psychiatric services for adults and children 24-hours a day.
Psycare Intensive Outpatient Program Psycare Associates Inc
Location: Poway, CA - 92064
Contact Phone: (858) 279-1223
Website: http://www.psycare.org/
Description: PsyCare’s Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is comprehensive treatment for adults struggling with alcohol or other drug use. We help individuals...Identify the negative impact that substance use has had in their life; Understand that a substance addiction is an illness much like diabetes or cancer and is progressive and potentially fatal; Recognize the importance of Relapse Prevention Planning and ongoing support.
Asana Recovery Alcohol And Drug Rehab
Location: Costa Mesa, CA - 92626
Contact Phone: (949) 763-3763
Website: https://asanarecovery.com
Description:

Asana Recovery is an intimate alcohol and drug recovery program located in Costa Mesa, California just a couple miles from the Orange County coastline. The program is state licensed and nationally accredited for medical detoxification and inpatient substance abuse treatment.  Our management and clinical staff include some of the most experienced and accomplished addiction treatment professionals in the industry.  


The “Asana Way” focuses on providing personalized and comprehensive treatment plans for both men and women in recovery. It embodies our forward-thinking approach to the treatment of addiction, pairing traditional and alternative methods, and serving all clients with compassion while providing appropriate structure and practice essential values in work and in play.


Pasadena Recovery Program City Of Pasadena/dept Of Public Health
Location: Pasadena, CA - 91103
Contact Phone: (626) 744-6001
Website: http://www.ci.pasadena.ca.us/publichealth/
Description: For over 35 years, the City of Pasadena Recovery Center, part of the Pasadena Public Health Department, has been committed to providing addiction recovery programs and services to individuals and families in a professional, safe and non-judgmental setting. The Recovery Center offers non-residential substance abuse recovery programs and services.
Enki East La Mental Health Center Enki Health And Research Systems
Location: Commerce, CA - 90022
Contact Phone: (323) 725-1337
Website: http://www.ehrs.com/
Description: Enki Health and Research Systems, Inc. (EHRS) is a non-profit corporation providing mental health, drug, and alcohol administrative and clinical services in East Los Angeles and San Gabriel Valley areas.
Encompass Community Services Si Se Puede
Location: Watsonville, CA - 95076
Contact Phone: (831) 761-5422
Website: http://www.encompasscs.org/
Description: Sí Se Puede is a residential treatment program certified and licensed by the State to provide comprehensive rehabilitation service to men with drug and alcohol abuse problems. Services are provided in English and Spanish. lthough Sí Se Puede is designed to be culturally sensitive to the needs of Latino men in recovery our program also serves all other male populations, races and ethnicities. The program provides opportunities for men to face their addiction and build a strong foundation for recovery. Individuals who complete the program will gain the ability to: Live in a drug free, crime free, non-violent fashion; Identify and pursue vocational and educational goals; Return to their communities as responsible members of society; Live a life of recovery The program focuses on behavior and attitude changes, enabling residents to learn to constructively deal with the responsibilities and real tasks of drug and alcohol free living. It is based on the Denial Management Counseling (CENAPS® Model) and peer support encompassing the philosophy that residents are responsible for their own thoughts, feelings and behaviors. The program consists of 3 to 6 months of residential treatment which includes on-going assessment, primary treatment and education, exit planning and referrals for continued care upon completion of Sí Se Puede.
Paes Counseling Services
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94103
Contact Phone: (415) 558-1320
Website: http://www.ramsinc.org/
Description: The RAMS PAES Counseling & Pre-Vocational Services program serves clients enrolled in various programs of SF Department of Human Services (DHS). The PAES Counseling & Pre-Vocational Services program has three components: 1. Triage, which provides brief employability screenings and assessment for all clients receiving cash assistance (GA) from the County Adult Assistance Program (CAAP). 2. Assessment-Counseling Services, which offers short-term assessment and treatment for clients, with behavioral health concerns, enrolled in the Personal Assisted Employment Services (PAES) - the county’s welfare-to-work program for adults without dependent children. This component assists in identifying employment barriers and offering linkage to community resources. 3. Pre-Vocational Services, a collaboration with the Workforce Development Department (WDD) for the Job Plus Activity (JPA). This component offers a 6-week Jobs Plus Activity (JPA) for clients of the PAES program, designed to equip clients with skills/abilities/attitudes relevant to obtaining and retaining employment. RAMS facilitates workshops and offers On-the-Job Assessment at the RAMS Hire-Ability program. The culturally diverse, multi-lingual, & multi-disciplinary treatment team at PAES consists of professionals with expertise in psychiatry, psychology, mental health / counseling, social work, vocational rehabilitation, and peer counseling.
Ventura Center Ventura County Dept Of Alcohol And Drug Programs
Location: Ventura, CA - 93001
Contact Phone: (805) 652-6919
Website: http://www.venturacountylimits.org/
Description: Ventura County Alcohol & Drug Programs offer a range of outpatient treatment services designed to help individuals coping with a substance use disorder. Our services include screening, crisis intervention, individual, group and family counseling, HIV education, assessment and evaluation, referrals to community based services, and outreach to the community. Our Youth Services and Adult Services programs serve the entire county, with clinics located in Oxnard, Ventura, Fillmore and Simi Valley. Specialized programs provide services for pregnant and parenting women, adolescents, and persons who have been dually diagnosed with substance use and mental health problems. Fees are based on an ability to pay.
Alliance For Infants And Mothers/safei San Joaquin County
Location: Stockton, CA - 95202
Contact Phone: (209) 468-2330
Website: http://www.co.san-joaquin.ca.us/OSA
Description: Substance Abuse Services is responsible for the coordination of alcohol and drug treatment and prevention efforts in San Joaquin County. We provide a range of drug and alcohol treatment services for residents of San Joaquin County, including outpatient, day treatment and residential treatment services. Prevention services offered include programs designed to build youth leadership skills, offer alternatives, and develop awareness of the impact of drugs and alcohol on our community. SAFE - 1: Pregnant Women; Must be 18 or older (Some exceptions made); Child care provided; Day Treatment Program-through pregnancy and 2 months Post-Partum (3 hours / day).
Third Step Residence Sober Living Home For Women
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90044
Contact Phone: (562) 674-5584
Website: http://soberwomenhomes.info/
Description: The Third Step Residence, Inc. Sober Living Home for Women is located in Los Angeles, California. We offer 2 beds per room (no bunk beds) and 1 single room. Each bed is $500 per month. We provide transportation to and from recovery/wellness meetings, as well as referrals to outpatient programs. Our amenities include Wi-Fi, Internet, House phone, Dryer, Cable TV, Parking. We are located close to schools, buses, Metrorail and are within walking distance to Los Angeles Southwest College. MISSION STATEMENT: To provide an affordable alcohol and drug free environment which promotes individual recovery and allows residents to develop a lifestyle consistent with recovery. To treat each resident with dignity and respect so they can recognize their true worth. To maintain an environment that is safe and supportive so each resident can remain focused on recovery and personal growth.
Substance Abuse Program/house Of Acts Ii House Of Acts
Location: Vallejo, CA - 94590
Contact Phone: (707) 648-9537
Website: http://www.houseofacts.org/
Description: The House of Acts, Inc. is located in the Greater San Francisco Bay Area, in Solano County. We are a non-profit 501(c)3, community- and faith-based, residential social model program with a focus on individuals recovery and relapse prevention from alcohol and drug use disorders. We function as a substance abuse treatment program in a transitional housing setting for men, women, and transitional youth. Licensed and certified by the California State Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs.
Feather River Tribal Health Center Behavioral Health Services
Location: Oroville, CA - 95965
Contact Phone: (530) 534-5394
Website: http://www.frth.org/
Description: Our mission is to elevate the health status of the American Indian people in our service area and all people in our communities to the highest level possible through a comprehensive system of preventive and therapeutic services. Our mission is to provide a broad range of culturally sensitive personal and public health services, which will serve to meet our goal. Behavioral Health Services (BHS): Psychiatrists, licensed clinical social workers, and substance abuse counselors are available by appointment to assist children, adults, and families with important mental health and life issues. Tele-psychiatry, men’s recovery, anger management, and smoking cessation groups are offered. Special projects for prevention of violence and sexual assault against women, and mental health issues facing Indian children and their families are offered as well as traditional healing and cultural activities. Parenting classes, family activities, and other supportive services for the community are also offered through BHS.
The Sequoia Center Chemical Data Services Corporation
Location: Redwood City, CA - 94063
Contact Phone: (650) 364-5504
Website: http://www.sequoiacenter.com
Description: The Sequoia Center’s mission is "To provide unparalleled, compassionate, and transformational treatment and education to those whose lives are touched by addiction". We offer treatment to the addict/alcoholic, and to the family members. We also aim to educate the public on the nature of the Disease of Addiction. To further assist our community toward wholeness we collaborate with professionals in the medical and mental health fields by networking and offering trainings.
Chabad Of California Chabad Residential Treatment Center
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90036
Contact Phone: (323) 965-1365
Website: http://www.chabadrehab.com/
Description: Since 1972 thousands of men from every imaginable background have successfully received treatment at Chabad Rehabilitation Center, based on criteria established by the national institute on drug abuse, Washington DC. Graduates of our long-term program achieve far above the national recovery rate in their quest to re-orient their life. Chabad views drug abuse as a symptom of a deeper problem. Our program uses a psychological-therapy and 12 step model that concentrates on the underlying issues contributing to dependence. We focus on establishing a structure that promotes recovery and improves the quality of life, placing special significance on ethical and moral growth that is so vital to the development of personal integrity. Accordingly, although the program is non-sectarian, it is based on the age old values of Jewish Torah, the source of Judeo-Christian values. Our goal is to give each client the foundation and motivation to lead an alcohol and drug free lifestyle with confidence, as a productive member of society. Chabad works to ensure that each graduate will have the tools he needs to effectively cope with the psychological, environmental, emotional and interpersonal triggers of relapse.
Safety Consultant Services
Location: Newhall, CA - 91321
Contact Phone: (661) 255-7720
Website: http://www.safetyconsultantservicesinc.com/
Description: The goal of the Safety Consultant Services Program is to provide our clients high quality counseling, education and rehabilitation services for substance abuse and to help the individual learn and apply healthy methods of dealing with life and becoming a productive, sober member of their family and community. Safety Consultant Services, Inc.'s California State licensed DUI program course is thought-provoking and challenging. You will learn about the serious legal ramifications of drinking and driving, become familiar with the psychological reasons behind this dangerous combination and, importantly, you will be given strategies, tools and insights that will help you avoid this problem in the future.
Kings View Community Services
Location: Fresno, CA - 93722
Contact Phone: (559) 277-9880
Website: http://www.kingsview.org
Description: Kings View is a health care provider with a long history of providing a diverse array of behavioral health care services. Kings View's primary area of service is Central and Northern California, concentrating on providing services to individuals that are unserved or underserved as a result of geographical location, financial limitations, or lack of understanding and awareness.
Genesis House I Genesis House Inc
Location: Vallejo, CA - 94591
Contact Phone: (707) 552-5295
Website: http://www.genesis-house.com/
Description: The Genesis House, Inc. was founded in May of 1972. The initial formation of the organization was based on the idea of providing a re-entry program for other residential treatment program graduates. By 1974 it became apparent that treatment services were needed and the program secured federal funding through the National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA) to provide long term treatment. This continues to be the programs primary purpose today. At present, the program has four facilities, located adjacent to each other, in the semi-rural out-skirts of Vallejo. We provide long term residential treatment to men and women who require a complete life-style and environmental change. We offer twenty-four care in a highly structured drug, alcohol and tobacco free residential treatment setting aimed at assisting clients in becoming totally abstinent and self-supporting. We make use of treatment concepts, such as image building, self reliance training, decision making, peer pressure, one to one counseling, group therapy, and frequent individual evaluations. Each client is required to work their way through a series of three developmental phases, each designed to augment the individuals personal and emotional growth. The later phases of the program emphasize career guidance, vocational and educational rehabilitative services by offering after-care and sober living phases to assist individuals in readjusting to the community. The major goal of the program is to graduate rehabilitated, independent individuals who have gained the necessary emotional stability and maturity in order to become productive, self-reliant members of society.
La Casa Ujima Ujima Family Recovery Services
Location: Martinez, CA - 94553
Contact Phone: (925) 229-0230
Website: http://www.ujimafamily.org
Description: Ujima Family Recovery Services is a non-profit agency dedicated to helping families recover from alcoholism, drug addiction and behavioral health problems. Since 1986, Ujima has made a significant contribution towards stopping substance abuse and empowering mothers and fathers to develop life skills to lead healthy, productive lives. La Casa Ujima Residential Treatment Program offers specialized evidence based services to promote recovery from drug and alcohol addiction for pregnant, postpartum and parenting women with young children. We respond to the unique needs of families devastated by addiction. The Program housed in Martinez, offers a warm family atmosphere where the recovering woman can begin to live in an alcohol and drug free environment. Our community-based program helps women explore their alternatives in recovery, and take responsibility for their own lives. We also offer them the opportunity for personal recovery while continuing to care for their children.
National Council On Alcohol And Drug Dependency
Location: Torrance, CA - 90501
Contact Phone: (310) 328-1460
Website: http://www.ncaddsb.com
Description: The NCADD/South Bay is dedicated to the promotion of better health and greater safety in the South Bay and its neighboring communities. To accomplish this the Organization provides programs of education and prevention regarding the misuse of alcohol and other drugs and the diseases of alcoholism and drug dependence, and offers recovery and/or referral services to those afflicted with such problems and for their loved ones who also suffer. NCADD/South Bay is a non-profit 501c3 organization founded in 1973. No one will be turned away because of lack of funds.
Residential Stepping Stone Of San Diego Inc
Location: San Diego, CA - 92105
Contact Phone: (619) 584-4010
Website: http://www.steppingstonesd.org/
Description: Our primary treatment program is located in our award-winning 31-bed, residential facility designed to provide a healthy, safe and supportive environment for individuals whose needs are best addressed in a residential treatment setting. The residential program combines a daily way of life practiced in supportive recovery with the expertise and experience of professional counselors and volunteers. Days are structured with workshops, support groups, basic living skills as well as recreational opportunities.
Residential Recovery Program Sun Street Centers
Location: Salinas, CA - 93901
Contact Phone: (831) 753-5145
Website: http://sunstreetcenters.org/
Description: Since 1968, Sun Street Centers has been providing the most comprehensive and effective services for education, prevention and recovery of alcohol addiction and drug abuse. Relying on a proven social model developed by our founders, Martin and Nancy Dodd, as well as the compassion and experience of our staff, we welcome all individuals and families to hope, heal, share and thrive with a drug-free and alcohol-free lifestyle. Men’s Residential Program: This state-licensed recovery program provides a supportive environment for men seeking a life free from the devastating effects of drug and alcohol addiction. Certified counselors and recovery participants incorporate the principles of Social Model recovery, which utilize a peer-oriented, mutual help system that views the participant as a student, not a patient. Residents attend 12-step meetings, get a sponsor, and take personal responsibility for their own recovery. The facility includes a kitchen, library, several meeting rooms and a recreational area. Participants attend a variety of activities including community events and volunteer activities. ‘Giving back’ to the community is an important aspect of the recovery process.
Mhs - Family Recovery Center
Location: Oceanside, CA - 92054
Contact Phone: (760) 439-6702
Website: https://www.mhsinc.org/
Description: Our Family Recovery Center (FRC) is a residential and outpatient treatment program dedicated to assisting women recover from substance abuse, while promoting healthy family reunification. There are four major components of FRC: Residential Treatment; Day Treatment; Outpatient Treatment; and our Child Development Center. We provide a safe and nurturing environment that offers a holistic approach to recovery that includes addiction education and treatment, physical wellness, and meeting the psychiatric needs of our clients.
River Community Social Model Recovery Systems
Location: Azusa, CA - 91702
Contact Phone: (626) 910-1202
Website: http://www.socialmodel.com
Description: River Community is a unique treatment program providing recovery services to people with concurrent mental health and chemical dependency problems. Helping these people find their personal road to recovery is the primary goal of the program. Our innovative approach offers hope and recovery. Comprehensive programming includes daily group and individual therapy as well as participation in Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, and other self-help groups. All recovery services address the psychological, physical, social, and spiritual needs of each person. The highly structured daily schedule focuses on both activities which promote abstinence from alcohol and non-prescribed medications and recovery from major mental health problems. Abstinence from alcohol, drugs, and non-prescribed medications is a requirement for those beginning a new life at River Community. Residents learn that sound mental health and recovery from alcohol or drug use is a lifelong process. Individuals develop coping skills by finding their voice within the community. As they develop a sense of respect for themselves, residents develop new attitudes and increasingly responsible behavior. River Community is a loving and effective alternative for people whose multiple needs have not been met with more traditional recovery programs.
Alcohol And Other Drug Services Fellowship Center
Location: Escondido, CA - 92025
Contact Phone: (888) 533-9555
Website: http://www.thefellowshipcenter.org
Description: Today, The Fellowship Center is a private, not-for-profit 501(c) 3 corporation occupying several homes and buildings on one city block in North San Diego County governed by a voluntary board of directors. It is licensed and certified by the California State Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs and employs a team of state credentialed addiction professionals along with a seasoned food services staff and experienced administrative leadership. Its beginnings grew from the desire of one alcoholic helping another. Our premise is simple: We view the men who seek our services as being ill, not deviant. We view society in general as being very alcohol permissive and somewhat permissive of the use of illicit drugs. Our experience has taught us when we take a person in the throes of drug or alcohol addiction, relieve his body of the toxins, place him is an alcohol and drug free home-like environment with others of the seeking the same reprieve, give nourishing food, basic comforts and a core group of people actually living the kind of life this new person desires, a seed is planted. We believe it is at this point, after alcohol and drugs are removed, after being taken out of an overindulgent society and immersed in a micro-society of people who value life without alcohol and drugs, that program methods or procedures can actually be effective. We then involve our participants in a daily structured program of living. Through experiential learning, group process, individual counseling, life skills training and community-based recovery meetings, TFC provides the foundation necessary to begin life anew, free from the bondage of addiction.
Mental Health Services Lawndale Medical And
Location: Lawndale, CA - 90260
Contact Phone: (310) 675-9555
Website: http://www.americanhealthservices.org/
Description: Established in 1983, Eldorado Community Service Centers, American Health Services, and their affiliated healthcare providers hold over 30 years of experience providing medical, mental health, and substance abuse treatment services. We are committed to excellence and dedicated to the wellness of the communities we serve. Our leadership team is comprised of a unique set of individuals with expertise in, and a keen understanding, of the healthcare environment. Meet the leaders:
Aspire Program New Bridge Foundation Inc
Location: Albany, CA - 94706
Contact Phone: (510) 558-1990
Website: http://www.newbridgefoundation.org/
Description: ASPIRE: Adolescent Services Providing Inspiration, Recovery, and Education New Bridge Foundation’s ASPIRE School Program is a dynamic program helping youth address drug and alcohol issues as well as other difficulties today’s teens face. Located on school campuses, ASPIRE goes to where teens spend most of their day. The ASPIRE Program offers three tracks to target drug and alcohol issues: Prevention and Education workshops for youth, families, and school faculty; Therapy including school-based individual, family and group sessions; Support Activities, including sports camps, videography, performance arts, and spoken word workshops to help youth stay sober all year long Through this innovative program we equip youth with the skills and resources necessary to live happy and healthy lives.
Nueva Esperanza Door To Hope
Location: Salinas, CA - 93901
Contact Phone: (831) 422-2636
Website: http://www.doortohope.org/
Description: Door to Hope is currently celebrating 40 years of service to the people of Monterey County. Its nine behavioral health programs serve infants and young children, teenagers, men, women and families. Nueva Esperanza is an innovative residential treatment center for mothers with addiction and mental health problems and their children. Located in a lovely restored Victorian, Nueva Esperanza is a warm, safe place with an experienced certified staff that understands the complexities and fragilities of both the mothers and their children. With help from staff, mothers and their babies and young children have the opportunity to start building a new life---a life of promise for a better future. The mothers at Nueva Espinoza typically come from below the poverty level. Most have been exposed to domestic violence and have multiple mental health problems including trauma and depression and/or anxiety disorders. Suffering from mental health problems and living a life of addiction gives the mothers little opportunity to provide their children the loving, dependable nurturing they need.
Exodus Recovery Center
Location: Culver City, CA - 90232
Contact Phone: (310) 253-9494
Website: http://www.exodusrecoveryinc.com/
Description: Since 1989 Exodus Recovery, Inc. (Exodus) has been providing quality psychiatric and chemical dependency treatment services to Southern California communities. Beginning with the management of hospital based inpatient and outpatient programs, Exodus eventually expanded into the operation of mental health intensive outpatient clinics as a contractor with both the Los Angeles and San Diego County Departments of Mental Health. In the last twenty years, Exodus has developed and established several hospital based inpatient and outpatient programs, a psychiatric and internal medicine provider group, and a behavioral health managed care company. For the LA County Department of Mental Health, Exodus has developed and implemented an Integrated Service Agency Program (PARTNERS), an Adult Targeted Case Management Service Program, a Sidekicks Co-Occurring Disorders Program, an AB2034 Program, and an Alcohol and Drug Medi-Cal Contracted Program. Also, through LAC DMH and the California Mental Health Services Act expansion and transformation, Exodus has developed and implemented additional Full Service Partnership Programs, Wellness Center Programs, Field Capable Clinical Services Programs and Psychiatric Urgent Care Centers. In San Diego County Exodus has established and operates two Mental Health Walk-In Assessment Centers and a Full Service Partnership Program.
Mendocino County Youth Project
Location: Ukiah, CA - 95482
Contact Phone: (707) 463-4915
Website: http://www.mcyp.org
Description: The Mendocino County Youth Project's mission is to empower, guide, counsel and support children, youth, young adults and families from Mendocino County's many diverse communities to make healthy life choices, maximize potential, and become productive citizens.
Mhs - Big Bear Center For Change
Location: Big Bear Lake, CA - 92315
Contact Phone: (909) 878-0101
Website: https://www.mhsinc.org/
Description: MHS Big Bear Center for Change serves as an outpatient alcohol and drug treatment facility for adolescents and adults. We work with our clients in identifying the underlying causes of addiction and alcoholism, and then supporting them as they work to build a foundation of healthy coping skills. Our center provides outpatient recovery services, DUI services, and drug court treatment services to help our clients live drug and alcohol free and to respond effectively to life’s challenges. All of our services help strengthen our community and empower those we serve.
Lake Isabella College Community Services
Location: Lake Isabella, CA - 93240
Contact Phone: (760) 379-3412
Website: http://www.providencehumanservices.com/
Description: In California, Providence Community Services (PCS) and College Community Services (CCS) specialize in behavioral health and integrated care services in community and home settings. Since 1996 both PCS and CCS have served thousands of children, youth, adults and families in cutting-edge programs that are marked by an unwavering commitment to exceptional value and Recovery-focused care.
Glendale Adventist Alcohol/drug Services
Location: Glendale, CA - 91205
Contact Phone: (818) 242-3116
Website: http://www.glendaleadventist.com
Description: For more than 25 years, Glendale Adventist Alcohol and Drug Services (GAADS) has offered hope and healing for people suffering from addiction, as well as their loved ones and families. GAADS is recognized throughout the state of California as a model for addiction treatment and recovery. One of the leading residential addiction treatment programs in Southern California, we serve the Los Angeles area and especially the Glendale, Pasadena, Eagle Rock and Burbank communities.
School Ten
Location: Orange, CA - 92868
Contact Phone: (714) 550-0988
Website: http://www.schoolteninc.com/
Description: The goal of the School Ten Program is to provide our clients high quality counseling, education and rehabilitation services for substance abuse and to help the individual learn and apply healthy methods of dealing with life and becoming a productive, sober member of their family and community. School Ten, Inc.'s California State licensed DUI program course is thought-provoking and challenging. You will learn about the serious legal ramifications of drinking and driving, become familiar with the psychological reasons behind this dangerous combination and, importantly, you will be given strategies, tools and insights that will help you avoid this problem in the future.
Crc Health Group - Capalina Clinic
Location: San Marcos, CA - 92069
Contact Phone: (866) 336-4453
Website: http://www.capalinaclinic.com/
Description: If you are addicted to Oxycontin, oxycodone, heroin, Percocet, fentanyl or other opiates, we can help. We provide medically assisted withdrawal and detoxification services to get you stabilized so you can continue with daily life while you quit for good. Our staff is licensed and experienced with using medications such as methadone, Suboxone® or Subutex® (generically known as buprenorphine) and Vivitrol® to help you withdraw as safely and painlessly as possible. You’ll also get the counseling, resources and support you need to build a new life for yourself, healthy and sober. All of our services are provided on an outpatient basis, so you can meet your work, family and relationship commitments while you go through this process. Best of all, getting into our outpatient treatment program is fast, easy and affordable. In fact, it’s covered by most insurance. You don’t need to have all the answers. You just need to be ready to make a change. Our team of experts will be at your side to support you every step of the way.
Casa Elena California Hispanic Commission Alcohol And Drug Abuse
Location: Anaheim, CA - 92805
Contact Phone: (714) 772-5580
Website: http://www.chcada.org
Description: CHCADA seeks to provide culturally competent bicultural, bilingual,and monolingual services that will reduce the environmental vulnerability of low –income Latinos and other marginalized populations in California and throughout the United States. CHCADA also provides organizational development and supportive services to Latino-serving organizations. Additionally, CHCADA also serves as an intermediary between low-income, undereducated Latinos and other populations, and the public and private institutions who provide supportive services to these groups. Finally, CHCADA, through research and evaluation, film and video and other means, documents and confirms the changing status of the populations that it serves. Casa Elena is a six-bed facility for women in Orange County.
Solutions For Recovery
Location: Dana Point, CA - 92629
Contact Phone: (949) 248-1481
Website: http://www.solutions4recovery.com/
Description: Solutions For Recovery is located in Dana Point, California, just a few minutes walk to the beautiful Dana Point Harbor and famous Doheny Beach where there is surfing and other water sports daily. To view photos of our homes, click here. Dana Point is centrally located in Orange County, California between Los Angeles and San Diego. Solutions For Recovery is 30 minutes from the John Wayne Airport (SNA), 50 minutes from the Los Angeles Airport (LAX) and 40 minutes from the San Diego Airport (SAN). Remember, after scheduled groups, counseling, cooking classes, addiction and/or behavior education the client has free time to enjoy the many amenities available close by Solutions For Recovery, such as sport fishing, sailing, jet skis, golf, tennis, workout club & spa, and much more. Solutions For Recovery offers custom drug treatment options for individuals looking to get out of the chronic relapse cycle, or who are looking to solve their problems of drug and alcohol abuse once and for all. We offer a variety of different drug programs and alcoholism help treatments, both traditional and innovative, combining the best possible options in addition recovery.
Drug Abuse Alternatives Center (daac)
Location: Santa Rosa, CA - 95403
Contact Phone: (707) 544-3295
Website: http://www.daacinfo.org/
Description: The Drug Abuse Alternatives Center (DAAC) offers a wide range of treatment programs and services at more than 15 locations throughout Sonoma County including: Residential, Outpatient, School-based, Methadone, and Perinatal, and HIV/hepatitis C Health Services. According to the latest survey, the following outcomes were met for clients completing treatment at DAAC: 70-79% use no drugs, and up to 90% reduce or stop both their alcohol and drug use after completion of treatment; A majority of clients are employed, with close to 80% who are employed, participating in job training and/or on job search; 80-85% had no new arrests or probation violations for at least six months.
Madera Counseling Center
Location: Madera, CA - 93638
Contact Phone: (559) 673-3508
Website: http://www.madera-county.com/
Description: Mission Statement: To promote the prevention of and recovery from mental illness and substance abuse for the individuals, families, and communities we serve by providing accessible, caring, and culturally competent services.
Pre To Three Initiative Perinatal Addiction Outreach Team
Location: San Mateo, CA - 94403
Contact Phone: (650) 573-2502
Website: http://www.smchealth.org/pre3
Description: The Perinatal Addiction Outreach Team (PAOT) is a home visiting team of social workers and community workers providing a comprehensive range of case management services, education on child development, parenting, and chemical dependency, developmental screenings, advocacy and supportive counseling to pregnant and/or parenting women identified to be at risk for substance use. PAOT works with clients at any point along the continuum from denial through treatment and recovery. The Prenatal-to-Three Program is a collaboration of agencies and individuals working to provide information, support, and care for families of pregnant women and children to age five who receive Medi-Cal services in San Mateo County. Pre to 3 has three goals: Building parenting skills and confidence; Facilitating early identification and treatment of potential problems; Improving access to the health care system
A Step Up
Location: Cotati, CA - 94931
Contact Phone: (707) 795-4336
Website: http://communitysupportnet.org/
Description: A Step Up - An 8 bed program in Cotati, CA, A Step Up offers dual diagnosed adults (mental illness with alcohol and/or other drug issues) the opportunity to gain the information, develop the habits and attitudes, and learn and practice the skills necessary to remain stable, clean and sober, and able to sustain self-reliant, interdependent community living. Participants benefit from a highly structured approach that integrates the principles of social rehabilitation, the 12-Step model of recovery, and drug and alcohol counseling. Staff support is available 7 days a week, 24 hours per day. Residents remain in the program 6-9 months.
Alternative Action Program
Location: Oxnard, CA - 93030
Contact Phone: (805) 988-1112
Website: http://www.aapoxnard.com/
Description: CEO Dennis M. Giroux began his career in the addiction field in 1972 working for the Clare Foundation of Santa Monica. In 1977 he formed Alternative Action Programs to provide substance abuse program management and DUI education and counseling services Los Angeles County. To date, AAP has served over 60,000 DUI cases. In 1982 DMG & Associates Inc. was formed with the goal of expanding into other substance and abuse services. These services included drug diversion programs, domestic violence counseling and Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) for industrial/commercial clients. In 1989, AAP/DMG were invited by Ventura County to provide drug diversion services and subsequently contracted to provide Proposition 36 services. In 1991, AAP/DMG was certified by the Department of Transportation (DOT) to provide drug testing and education to safety sensitive employees according to Federal Regulations 49 CFR PART 40. With the advancement of drug testing technology AAP/DMG added this component to its treatment and education programs. Presently, AAP/DMG conducts approximately 40,000 drug tests annually. Our clients include criminal courts, family court, private industry, schools, and private individuals. AAP/DMG has two offices in Southern California. The West LA location serves LA County and the Oxnard location serves Ventura County.
Western Medical Center
Location: Anaheim, CA - 92805
Contact Phone: (714) 533-6220
Website: http://www.westernmedanaheim.com/
Description: The Behavioral Health program at Western Medical Center Anaheim provides behavioral health services for the treatment of adults. Our fully accredited services include care for emotional and behavioral problems, depression, anxiety and related chemical dependency issues. Our team of board-certified psychiatrists, psychologists, psychiatric registered nurses social workers and occupational therapists offer a sensitive team-centered approach to care. Patients are able to participate in group treatment as well as individual treatment and aftercare planning with one of our social workers. We also offer family education and groups for our patients loved ones. We are proud to have a multi-lingual staff and we also have translation services if necessary. The Intake Team at Western Medical Center Anaheim provides psychiatric assessments and we have an Intake Counselor available on our crisis line 24 hours a day, 7 days per week
Epiphany Center Outpatient Treatment
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94118
Contact Phone: (415) 567-8370
Website: http://www.msjse.org
Description: The Epiphany Center strengthens family life through programs faithful to the beliefs of the Catholic Church, rooted in Judeo-Christian values and the tradition of service of the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul. The Epiphany Center provides client-centered care to a diverse population of children, women, and families who are the most vulnerable in our society. Our purpose is to strengthen family life and to enhance the physical, social-emotional, intellectual and spiritual growth of each person in our care. Our vision is to create a safe environment that reflects the belief that each person is created by God, is endowed with unique gifts, and is worthy of respect. We believe that our care for individuals enriches their present and future lives, the lives of their families and, through them, the community in which we live.
Bridge 2 New Bridge Foundation Inc
Location: Berkeley, CA - 94701
Contact Phone: (510) 548-7270
Website: http://www.newbridgefoundation.org/
Description: Founded in 1968, New Bridge Foundation is a nonprofit agency offering integrated chemical dependency and mental health treatment to adults, age 18 and over. New Bridge Foundation utilizes a holistic approach in which traditional and alternative treatment methods are used
Narconon Vista Bay
Location: Watsonville, CA - 95076
Contact Phone: (888) 423-5744
Website: http://www.narcononvistabay.com/
Description: Narconon Vista Bay is a non-religious, nonprofit drug rehabilitation and prevention organization dedicated to eliminating drug abuse and drug addiction, restoring lives and reuniting families. Our program offers comprehensive drug rehabilitation, drug education and addiction prevention services. The Narconon program has helped hundreds of thousands of addicts to rid themselves of drug and alcohol addiction. The unique Narconon Vista Bay rehabilitation approach emphasizes all aspects of drug addiction: the physical, mental and emotional factors, as well as life skills which are crucial to remaining drug-free and happy for the long term. Whether a person is genetically or bio-chemically predisposed to addiction or alcoholism is a controversy that has been debated for decades within the scientific, medical and addiction treatment community. One school of thought advocates the “disease concept,” which embraces the notion that addiction is an inherited disease, and that the individual is permanently ill at a genetic level, even for those experiencing long periods of sobriety. At Narconon Vista Bay, we believe that addiction is not a disease. Unlike 12-Step based treatment programs which state that you are powerless, label you an alcoholic or addict, and insist you have an incurable disease, Narconon Vista Bay treats drug and alcohol addiction for what it truly is; a physical and mental problem that has to be overcome by handling the underlying issues which led to the addiction in the first place. Our treatment is true rehabilitation that builds the confidence of the addict up and shows them that they are powerful and capable of change, not powerless over their addiction.
Mental Health Services La Gay And Lesbian Center
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90028
Contact Phone: (323) 860-7669
Website: http://www.lalgbtcenter.org/
Description: If you’re feeling depressed, anxious, stressed or dealing with issues that feel beyond your control, you’ve got a warm, welcoming place to turn for counseling - at rates you can afford. The Los Angeles LGBT Center offers individual, couples, family, and group therapy, as well as psychiatric care. We also operate one of the nation's few programs to assist LGBT people involved in domestic abuse and violence. Our programs to combat substance abuse include a renowned outpatient program for those who want to stop using crystal meth.
Abuse Services Inc/casa Adelita Latino Commission On Alcohol And Drug
Location: San Bruno, CA - 94066
Contact Phone: (650) 624-0280
Website: http://www.thelatinocommission.org/
Description: We operate licensed facilities in San Mateo, San Francisco, and Tulare Counties providing residential and outpatient substance abuse treatment for men, women, and young women with child, transitional sober living environment for both men and women, a health education and prevention programs for teenagers, case management; safety-net services, and public awareness, We provide culturally competent services with 30 fulltime, 20 part-time staff, 20 volunteers and volunteer board members. Casa Adelita (San Bruno) - residential for women
Riverside County Substance Abuse Program
Location: Indio, CA - 92201
Contact Phone: (760) 347-0754
Website: http://www.rcdmh.org/
Description: Substance Use Programs provide accessible, high quality treatment services for alcohol, other substance use problems and or other addictions. We offer a wide range of countywide treatment and prevention services that include assessment, education through individual and group counseling sessions with encouragement to be involved in 12-step programs, sobriety maintenance through support groups, case management, and referrals to outside services.
Woodcrest Facility Mfi Recovery Center
Location: Riverside, CA - 92508
Contact Phone: (951) 780-2541
Website: http://www.mfirecovery.com
Description: Providing men with a comfortable place to learn new skills, focus fully on recovery, and associate with other men on the same path is our goal at Woodcrest. This rugged park-like setting in Riverside, CA is the perfect place to get away from the stressors that contribute to addiction. The stone fireplace, pleasant décor, and outdoor umbrella-shaded tables provide a homey, comfortable environment inside and out. Woodcrest residential treatment services are tailored specifically for men. Men turn to substance abuse for different reasons than women, and face different challenges than women. Participating in men-only group therapy sessions provides a save environment where men can open up freely without distraction.
Foundation House Choices In Recovery Center
Location: Vista, CA - 92083
Contact Phone: (760) 945-5290
Website: http://www.choicesinrecovery.org/
Description: Choices is a nonprofit residential and outpatient treatment program, formed to assist the individual and the family to identify, assess and implement their own responsibility for recovery from drug and/or alcohol dependency.
A Unique Place Womens Recovery Services
Location: Santa Rosa, CA - 95404
Contact Phone: (707) 527-0412
Website: http://www.womensrecoveryservices.org
Description: Women’s Recovery Services was founded in 1975 with the mission of providing residential addiction treatment exclusively for women. We have remained committed to this mission for the last 37 years, focusing on gender-specific services, which research consistently demonstrates helps women succeed in recovery.
Alvarado Parkway Institute Bhs
Location: La Mesa, CA - 91942
Contact Phone: (619) 465-4411
Website: http://www.apibhs.com/
Description: Alvarado Parkway Institute Behavioral Health System is a physician owned private behavioral health system offering inpatient and outpatient psychiatric services for more than 30 years. We are dedicated to the wellness of individuals, their families and our community through prevention, intervention and treatment in a safe and culturally sensitive environment. Our culture of caring is designed to provide patients and their families with quality-driven psychiatric care and outstanding customer service. We understand the challenges, the stigma and the treatment of mental illness, and we consider it an honor and a privilege to serve those who entrust us with their care.
Breakthrough Breakaway Health Corporation
Location: Costa Mesa, CA - 92626
Contact Phone: (714) 957-8229
Website: http://www.breakawayhealth.com/
Description: BreakAway Health Corporation is a comprehensive behavioral health agency, established in 1983 in Costa Mesa, California. Our earliest operation was as an Adult DUI program however, in 1984 we became State licensed as an adolescent intensive outpatient program and we remain one of the oldest specialist IOPs in Southern California. Breakaway Health ClassroomBreakAway Health’s treatment programs are designed and built around family systemic values using evidence-based therapeutic models that have proven to be the most effective in treating substance abuse and behavioral health issues. We have used our own experiences, not only in recovery, but through the BreakAway Health program to build an unrivalled service.
Mujeres Recovery Home California Hispanic Commission Alcohol And Drug Abuse
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90042
Contact Phone: (323) 254-2423
Website: http://www.chcada.org
Description: CHCADA seeks to provide culturally competent bicultural , bilingual, and monolingual services that will reduce the environmental vulnerability of low-income Latinos and other marginalized populations in California and throughout the United States. Mujeres is a six bed residential facility for women. It is located at 530 North Avenue 54 in Los Angeles.
Westminster Alcohol And Drug Abuse Services Orange County Healthcare Agency
Location: Westminster, CA - 92683
Contact Phone: (714) 896-7574
Website: http://ochealthinfo.com/
Description: Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services (ADAS) provides a range of outpatient and residential treatment programs designed to reduce or eliminate the abuse of alcohol and other drugs within the community. Services include crisis intervention, assessment and evaluation; individual, group and family counseling, HIV education, pre- and post-test counseling, and voluntary testing; counseling and testing; referrals to other programs when indicated; and outreach to schools and the general community. Specialized programs provide services for pregnant and parenting women, persons who require methadone maintenance and detoxification, adolescents, persons who have a substance use disorder with co-occurring mental illness, and individuals referred by the Orange County Collaborative Court.
Maudell Shirek Recovery Village Healthy Babies Project
Location: Oakland, CA - 94609
Contact Phone: (510) 450-0881
Website: http://healthybabiesproject.com/
Description: With each passing year Healthy Babies Project Inc. continues to work to expand the availability and accessibility of prenatal and basic health care services to high-risk, low-income pregnant women and their families during the important childbearing and early child raising years. The treatment program is based on the social model theory. Centers are licensed by the State Deparment of Alcohol and Drugs. We are a non-profit organiztion that is here to aid in the reduction of the dangerously high rates of infant deaths, illnesses, and low birth weight as well as improve the health outcomes for at-risk mothers and infants. Through our aggressive programs, we aim to improve the overall health, education, and parenting outcomes of our community.
Abuse Services Inc/casa Aztlan Latino Commission On Alcohol And Drug
Location: Redwood City, CA - 94063
Contact Phone: (650) 369-4598
Website: http://www.thelatinocommission.org/
Description: We operate licensed facilities in San Mateo, San Francisco, and Tulare Counties providing residential and outpatient substance abuse treatment for men, women, and young women with child, transitional sober living environment for both men and women, a health education and prevention programs for teenagers, case management; safety-net services, and public awareness, We provide culturally competent services with 30 fulltime, 20 part-time staff, 20 volunteers and volunteer board members. Casa Aztlan (Redwood City), men, North Fair Oaks Neighborhood
Mhs - Hemet Center For Change
Location: Hemet, CA - 92543
Contact Phone: (951) 929-9838
Website: https://www.mhsinc.org/
Description: Our Hemet Center for Change is one of our highly successful Family Preservation Court Programs, which offer intensive, outpatient court supervised services. Working in collaboration with Family Preservation Court, we help Parents overcome drug and/or alcohol dependency. This permits children to be safely returned to their homes, keeping the family together. Our program promotes healthy families by creating a safe environment for parents to receive treatment for their substance dependence. This encourages parents to create a safe environment in their homes so their families are able to thrive.
Sobriety Works
Location: Aptos, CA - 95003
Contact Phone: (831) 476-1747
Website: http://www.sobrietyworks.com/
Description: Our mission is to provide superb recovery programs for persons suffering from chemical dependency. We hope to give our clients the opportunity to significantly enhance their quality of life through abstinence-based treatment and sober living environments. Sobriety Works provides professionally operated outpatient treatment services and supportive sober living environments that are warm, nurturing, and focused on the people they serve. Based on the 12-Step model, our services are person-centered and individually tailored to meet each client's strengths, needs, abilities and preferences. We collaborate with judges, attorneys, probation and parole officers,mental health and human services agencies. In addition, a wide range of referrals are available dependent on individual client needs. Sobriety Works is certified by the California State Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs and is covered by many insurance companies.
Empire Recovery Center Inc
Location: Shasta Lake, CA - 96019
Contact Phone: (530) 275-1076
Website: http://www.empirerecoverycenter.org/
Description: The Empire Hotel Alcohol Rehabilitation, Inc., (EHARC,Inc.), dba Empire Recovery Center, Inc., is a non-profit agency whose purpose is to provide substance use disorder treatment opportunities through a continuum of services, including short term detoxification, residential, and outpatient treatment programs. Our programs use evidence-based tools, social model, peer-group oriented recovery, and introduction to 12 step programs (AA, NA, Alanon), alumni and family groups.​ Outpatient services provide recovery opportunities, including social-model counseling, alcohol and drug education, referrals for vocational, community and health resources. Both outpatient settings are contracted to provide DEJ (Deferred Entry Judgment) programs, and provide AB 109 services, adolescent and adult treatment emphases, relapse prevention, recovery planning, group process and Moral Reconation Therapy.
Aguila Recovery Home California Hispanic Commission Alcohol And Drug Abuse
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90042
Contact Phone: (323) 258-2921
Website: http://www.chcada.org
Description: Established in 1975 in order to reduce alcohol abuse and dependency amongst Latino males in Central California, the California Hispanic Commission quickly expanded its service offerings to address the needs of multiple-risk populations throughout the State. While remaining committed to the provision of culture-specifi c services to Latinos, the California Hispanic Commission now provides a broad range of services that transcend racial/ethnic and gender lines. Uniquely cognizant of the fact that the genesis of substance abuse disorders is often located within biochemical and genetic factors; familial circumstances; psychological dynamics, and within the realm of the environmental and the sociocultural, CHCADA is a private, nonprofi t community-based organization that has always sought to address both the antecedents and the secondary effects of substance abuse and dependency through the use of comprehensive interdisciplinary services.
Acceptance Place Baker Places
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94110
Contact Phone: (415) 282-3789
Website: http://www.bakerplaces.org
Description: Baker Places, Inc. is committed to providing a comprehensive array of high quality services to adults with mental health, substance abuse, and HIV/AIDS related issues. The agency is dedicated to assisting individuals in learning and regaining the skills to live their lives fully and productively in the community.
Inland Valley Drug And Alcohol Recovery Services - San Bernardino Recovery Center
Location: San Bernardino, CA - 92401
Contact Phone: (909) 889-6519
Website: http://www.inlandvalleyrecovery.com/
Description: Inland Valley Drug and Alcohol Recovery Services (IVRS) is a not-for-profit corporation that has been providing low to no-cost substance abuse recovery and counseling services since 1962. First incorporated as Counseling Associates, the agency has grown in size and stature. IVRS has grown into a continuum of care network offering an array of substance abuse services including detoxification, residential and outpatient treatment, aftercare, education, individual and group counseling, along with primary & secondary prevention services. In addition, we operate licensed, court-approved domestic violence batterer’s treatment alternatives. IVRS is headquartered in the City of Upland, in the County San Bernardino (Southern California). Each year, IVRS serves approximately 5,000 individuals through a variety of substance abuse recovery, treatment and prevention services. IVRS is staffed by a qualified, caring multi-disciplinary team of administrators, counselors, therapists and support staff, including bilingual English/Spanish, who meet the California Department of Health Care Services licensing & certification requirements.
(lacada) Santa Fe Springs La Centers For Alcohol And Drug Abuse
Location: Santa Fe Springs, CA - 90670
Contact Phone: (562) 906-2676
Website: http://lacada.com/
Description: For over 40 years, L.A. CADA has been providing vital treatment and prevention programs to Los Angeles County residents. Our programs are licensed and certified by the state of California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs. We offer services at five locations and reach out to those living on the streets. Services are available in both English and Spanish. Certain services are provided through agreements with the county of Los Angeles, Public Health Department. In addition, MediCal, General Relief, and Health Insurances are accepted. A sliding scale is available for treatment programs and no one is turned away for inability to pay. All health education and prevention programs are offered at no-cost to the community. We help people to: stop substance abuse; gain an active recovery program; learn skills for relapse prevention; protect themselves from HIV/STD infection and transmission; get needed medical treatment and maintain good physical health; improve their mental health and coping skills; heal from the trauma of violence and abuse; build a strong family and drug free social network; obtain stable housing and employment
Pan Asian Alcohol/drug Treatment Program Union Of Pan Asian Communities
Location: San Diego, CA - 92104
Contact Phone: (619) 521-5720
Website: http://www.upacsd.com
Description: Alcohol and Drug Treatment program provides effective substance abuse treatment, teen drinking alcoholrecovery, and prevention services to Asian and Pacific Islander adults and adolescents (age 12-17). Working with a variety of cultures and ethnicities, services are provided to support the individual’s efforts in attaining and maintaining an alcohol and other drug free life style. Substance addiction is a treatable condition, and our evidence-based outpatient treatment program has helped thousand of addicts and their loved ones.
San Mateo County Inc Womens Recovery Association
Location: San Mateo, CA - 94401
Contact Phone: (650) 348-6603
Website: http://www.womensrecovery.org
Description: The Women’s Recovery Association exists to restore women of all ages and circumstances to a life of dignity and respect, free from the effects of substance abuse. WRA is a community of recovering women, their families, alumni, staff and volunteers. We treat everyone with compassion, caring, understanding, empathy, dignity, respect, and honesty We greatly value the confidentiality, safety and privacy of our women and their families. WRA is receptive to using innovative approaches and emerging research to deliver quality treatment and services. We believe it our responsibility to provide effective treatments for our women and are committed to active internal evaluation.
Acton Rehabilitation Center La County Department/health Services
Location: Acton, CA - 93510
Contact Phone: (661) 223-8800
Website: http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/
Description: The Antelope Valley Rehabilitation Centers (AVRC’s) offeraffordable and comprehensive adult (18+) Outpatient and Residential (90-120 days) Substance Use Disorder treatment programs. The Residential services are located at 30500 Arrastre Canyon Road, Acton, California.
Empire Recovery Center - Outpatient Services
Location: Redding, CA - 96001
Contact Phone: (530) 244-7074
Website: http://www.empirerecoverycenter.org/
Description: The Empire Hotel Alcohol Rehabilitation, Inc., (EHARC,Inc.), dba Empire Recovery Center, Inc., is a non-profit agency whose purpose is to provide substance use disorder treatment opportunities through a continuum of services, including short term detoxification, residential, and outpatient treatment programs. Our programs use evidence-based tools, social model, peer-group oriented recovery, and introduction to 12 step programs (AA, NA, Alanon), alumni and family groups. Outpatient services provide recovery opportunities, including social-model counseling, alcohol and drug education, referrals for vocational, community and health resources. Both outpatient settings are contracted to provide DEJ (Deferred Entry Judgment) programs, and provide AB 109 services, adolescent and adult treatment emphases, relapse prevention, recovery planning, group process and Moral Reconation Therapy.
Puente House Recovery Services
Location: Covina, CA - 91723
Contact Phone: (800) 494-9844
Website: http://www.puentehouse.org
Description: It is the primary and only mission of Puente House to provide a secure and stable place for the recovering alcoholic/addict to get sober. Our message speaks to the power of recovery to change lives, and we offer evidence that suffering can be eliminated and life can be full of purpose and meaning. he foundation of our new life in recovery is rigid honesty, service to others and personal responsibility. At Puente House we freely share the tools and methods of our common success, living life sober one day at a time.
Beacon House
Location: Pacific Grove, CA - 93950
Contact Phone: (831) 372-2334
Website: http://www.beaconhouse.org
Description: As one of the first treatment centers in the Western United States, the Beacon House has helped thousands achieve lasting sobriety from alcohol and drugs. The Beacon House understands what is necessary to achieve a lifetime of recovery. As a non-profit we invest all resources in delivering the highest level of individualized care while providing affordable drug and alcohol rehab. Located on the scenic Monterey Peninsula on the coast of Northern California, the Beacon House promises a supportive environment for adult men and women seeking to realize a lifetime without drugs and alcohol.
Drug And Alcohol Services San Luis Obispo County
Location: Grover Beach, CA - 93433
Contact Phone: (805) 473-7080
Website: http://www.slocounty.ca.gov/
Description: We offer a variety of services and programs to help people with drug and alcohol problems, including public walk-in clinics, prevention programs, youth and adult programs, and court-mandated programs.
Sun Street Centers - Driving Under The Influence Program (salinas)
Location: Salinas, CA - 93901
Contact Phone: (831) 753-5140
Website: http://sunstreetcenters.org/
Description: This program is licensed by the State of California Department of Alcohol and Drugs to provide quality education and counseling to help the participant understand his/her relationship with alcohol and drugs, and the inherent risk of driving while under the influence. First and multiple offender services available.
Aegis Treatment Centers, Llc - Santa Paula
Location: Santa Paula, CA - 93060
Contact Phone: (805) 525-4669
Website: http://aegistreatmentcenters.com/
Description: Aegis Treatment Centers, LLC., ("Aegis") operates one of the largest networks of Narcotic Treatment Programs (NTPs), also known as Opiate Treatment Programs (OTPs), in the nation. In 1998, Aegis began implementation of a business plan that would upgrade its network into a state-of-the-art continuum of care, creating a model that has set the standard for OTP operations throughout the country. AEGIS' MISSION: Aegis’ goal is to support the successful recovery of its patients and improve the quality of their lives; Aegis is committed to providing evidence-based comprehensive treatment services incorporating multidisciplinary modalities; Aegis promotes the highest standard of patient care in the treatment of substance abuse and related medical, psychological and socio-economic conditions; Aegis and its staff members pursue excellence, integrity & commitment in the provision of effective patient care.
Venice Medical And Mental Health Services
Location: Venice, CA - 90291
Contact Phone: (310) 399-9883
Website: http://www.americanhealthservices.org/
Description: Established in 1983, Eldorado Community Service Centers, American Health Services, and their affiliated healthcare providers hold over 30 years of experience providing medical, mental health, and substance abuse treatment services. We are committed to excellence and dedicated to the wellness of the communities we serve. Our leadership team is comprised of a unique set of individuals with expertise in, and a keen understanding, of the healthcare environment.
Encompass Community Services - Youth Services
Location: Watsonville, CA - 95076
Contact Phone: (831) 688-8856
Website: http://www.encompasscs.org/
Description: Youth Services offers a broad spectrum of services that help heal and nurture the mental and social well-being of children, youth and families. In collaboration with other non-profits, courts, schools, funders and families, we support the vitality of our community and its future. Our professional staff is skilled in addressing difficulties related to emotional turmoil, struggles at school and at home, substance abuse, and juvenile justice involvement. We are committed to ensuring that youth and families are supported in building the relationships they need to be self-reliant and successful. All services are provided in English and Spanish except as noted. The mission of Youth Services is to provide culturally relevant services to Santa Cruz County youth and families, in collaboration with other community organizations. These services are designed to address the developmental and emotional needs of our clients while supporting them in creating and maintaining positive roles in their communities.
Mcalister Institute - South Bay East Teen Recovery Center (east Lake)
Location: Chula Vista, CA - 91914
Contact Phone: (619) 482-9300
Website: http://www.mcalisterinc.org/
Description: McAlister Institute Teen Recovery Centers (TRCs) provide substance abuse treatment, recovery, and education for adolescents who are using, misusing, or abusing alcohol and/or other drugs. Each program accommodates teens' school schedules, offering after-school treatment, individual and group counseling, and structured recovery activities to help teens develop the tools they need to stay alcohol- and drug-free. Programs are conveniently located for easy access and limited transportation and now offer satellite programs at schools throughout the County.
For The Homeless/casa Raphael Alpha Project
Location: Vista, CA - 92083
Contact Phone: (760) 630-9922
Website: http://www.alphaproject.org
Description: Casa Raphael is Alpha Project’s state-licensed residential drug and alcohol treatment program for homeless and formerly incarcerated men. Through Casa Raphael, Alpha Project is able to provide men who have encountered drug and alcohol addictions with the treatment they need to overcome these addictions, and also provide them with the job training in order to transition them back into the workforce. Casa Raphael is a three step program over a 9 – 12 month period. - See more at: http://www.alphaproject.org/programs/residential-treatment/#sthash.BscICuRx.dpuf
Teen Challenge Of Southern California Inc
Location: Riverside, CA - 92507
Contact Phone: (951) 683-4241
Website: http://www.teenchallenge.org/
Description: In 1919, Charles W. Benedict returned to Riverside, where he lived as a child, and built his dream home, a Spanish style castle he named “Castillo Isabella.” After building for ten years, construction was finished in 1931 and Benedict lived there for seven years until his death in 1938. His wife continued to live at the castle until 1949. The castle was then sold to two individuals who owned it for three years. In 1952, it was sold to a Catholic group, the Servants of Mary (Order of Servites). In the late 1960s, Teen Challenge’s growth required us to look for larger quarters where young men in our drug rehabilitation program could go for further spiritual training and academic and vocational preparation before re-entering society. In 1970, the castle was listed for sale. The directors of Southern California Teen Challenge heard about the pending sale of the castle and sent representatives to determine if it was a good fit. A series of miracles permitted Teen Challenge to buy the castle in 1971. Miracle number one was that the asking price for the castle was reduced by $100,000, enabling Teen Challenge to purchase the property. Number two was overcoming the concerns of the neighbors and the city of Riverside. Through prayer and the help of local churches, Teen Challenge won the hearts and minds of all who were initially opposed to a residential treatment center in the community. The Teen Challenge program has grown over the years; we currently have ten centers that serve communities from Fresno to San Diego, including an adolescent boys’ home in Orange County. Teen Challenge of Southern California headquarters is located in Benedict Castle. Upon successful completion of the three- to four-month Induction Phase at one of our regionally located centers, male students are sent to our long-term residential Christian Life Center in Riverside, California. This part of the program is nine months plus a four-month apprenticeship that is served in one of our Southern California centers. At the Christian Life Center in Riverside, students begin intentional discipleship that brings about life transformation. Chapel services, classes, growth groups and vocational training are part of the weekly discipleship curriculum. Through cooperation with the local school system, it is highly encouraged for students to complete their high school education or acquire a GED certification if applicable. Vocational training is also provided to help the student successfully re-enter society upon graduation. Teen Challenge utilizes a peer-to-peer model for discipleship during class work, recreation and free time. Students are brought together from different ethnic, cultural, social, and economic backgrounds and this alone can be a large part of a student’s growth experience. Skilled advisors, most of whom are former graduates, are on-hand to help students make the changes essential to victorious living in society. The nine-month Riverside Christian Life School is divided into four phases. Each phase helps the student grow spiritually, emotionally, socially, physically, and mentally. Upon completion of the Teen Challenge curriculum, the student participates in a graduation ceremony and is awarded a diploma.
Aegis Treatment Centers, Llc - Fresno
Location: Fresno , CA - 93726
Contact Phone: (559) 229-9040
Website: http://aegistreatmentcenters.com/
Description: Aegis Treatment Centers, LLC., ("Aegis") operates one of the largest networks of Narcotic Treatment Programs (NTPs), also known as Opiate Treatment Programs (OTPs), in the nation. In 1998, Aegis began implementation of a business plan that would upgrade its network into a state-of-the-art continuum of care, creating a model that has set the standard for OTP operations throughout the country. AEGIS' MISSION: Aegis’ goal is to support the successful recovery of its patients and improve the quality of their lives; Aegis is committed to providing evidence-based comprehensive treatment services incorporating multidisciplinary modalities; Aegis promotes the highest standard of patient care in the treatment of substance abuse and related medical, psychological and socio-economic conditions; Aegis and its staff members pursue excellence, integrity & commitment in the provision of effective patient care.
Indian Health Riverside San Bernardino County
Location: Banning, CA - 92220
Contact Phone: (951) 849-4761
Website: http://www.rsbcihi.org/
Description: RSBCIHI is to provide culturally sensitive healthcare, respect, and abide by the traditional customs of our Indian Communities, and promote wellness and provide early intervention to achieve healthy lifestyles. The Behavioral Health Services (BHS) department provides services for clients at the following health care sites: Anza, Morongo, San Manuel, Soboba, Pechanga, Palm Springs and TM. BHS provides services for chemical dependency (CD) and mental health (MH) problems involving prevention, education, on-site crisis assessment, out patient treatment, referral for inpatient chemical dependency and psychiatric treatment and aftercare services. BHS also offers general assistance (GA) services to eligible clients, a grant managed by Dolly Velez.
United American Indian Involvement
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90017
Contact Phone: (213) 202-3970
Website: http://www.uaii.org/
Description: Established in 1974, the United American Indian Involvement, Inc. (UAII) is a 501(c)3 private, non-profit organization offering a wide array of health and human services to American Indians/Alaskan Native (AIAN) living throughout Los Angeles County. UAII has grown from a small community-based organization providing social services to AIAN living in the Skid Row area within the City of Los Angeles, to a multidisciplinary comprehensive service center meeting the multiple needs of AIAN countywide.
Paar Center South
Location: Porterville, CA - 93257
Contact Phone: (559) 782-8982
Website: http://www.paarcenter.org/
Description: The PAAR Center is a non-profit, community oriented, facility designed to treat those struggling with addiction so they may live meaningful, productive lives without the use of alcohol and drugs and is licensed by the State of California Department Alcohol and Drug Programs. PAAR South: A treatment center focused on recovery from drug addiction and based on a social model of residential recovery for men. The duration of this program is 90 days. There are 14 beds available and is located at 237 W Belleview Ave. (Across the street from the Main House).
Sun Ray Addictions
Location: Hemet, CA - 92543
Contact Phone: (951) 652-3560
Website: http://www.sunrayaddictions.com/
Description: In 1990, the dreams of Gene and Tish Hughes, recovering alcoholics/drug addicts, became a reality with the birth of Sun Ray Addictions in the Hemet and San Jacinto Valley. Their dreams included the provision of a compassionate and understanding treatment facility, along with an affordable price for recovery. Today, Gene's widow, Tish Hughes, carries on those dreams with a professional and caring staff assisting individuals, family members, loved ones, and friends with a variety of treatment methods. Since Gene's death in 2005, Tish has been joined by her daughter Debbie, who not only spent 27 years on the streets researching the darkest depths of her addiction, achieved sobriety, then enrolled in school and became a Certified Substance Abuse, Anger Management, and Gambling Counselor, she is joined by our staff of recovering individuals who have lived through the addiction lifestyle, completed the Alcohol/Drug Studies Certification Programs and have made those lifestyle changes they now offer to others. It would be our pleasure to share what we have learned over the years in sobriety to help you recover from your addiction and to find the peace and happiness we have been so blessed to achieve. Sun Ray Addictions has been instrumental in assisting many Alcohol/Drug Counselor Interns to get started in their Career of Choice. It is not only our goal to help the Addicted, but to assist our staff with the expertise and skills to provide quality counseling services where ever they go.
Friendly House
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90034
Contact Phone: (213) 389-8810
Website: http://www.friendlyhousela.org/
Description: Friendly House was founded in 1951 and was one of the first treatment centers in the country for women recovering from substance and alcohol abuse. In fact, it’s one of the models for recovery homes in the United States and Europe. We have successfully treated thousands of women with a success rate of 76% compared to the hospital average of 35%. The organization is solely supported by private donations and grants, by the fundraising efforts of the Board of Directors, Grateful Hearts (former residents of Friendly House), and special events such as our annual awards luncheon and Fashion for Life.
East Corner Clubhouse
Location: El Cajon, CA - 92020
Contact Phone: (619) 631-0441
Website: http://www.comresearch.org
Description: East Corner Clubhouse is a program of Community Research Foundation. East Corner Clubhouse operates on the work ordered day model where activities related to the operation of the program are utilized as opportunities for member participation, training, and recovery. The program is member directed and membership is life long. At East Corner Clubhouse, different functions necessary for the program’s operation are divided into departments. All tasks are completed voluntarily by members who learn through experience and practice. In addition to certain necessary departments, East Corner Clubhouse offers training and work experience in other work areas as requested by the membership whenever possible. All staff is dedicated to the principles of psychosocial rehabilitation and actively partnering with the members to achieve their personal goals. The clubhouses provide services in a culturally sensitive manner. The purpose of East Corner Clubhouse is to help smembers obtain the experience and training which will enable them to integrate into the community. Vocational, educational, and social experiences focus on four main goals: To help members realize that recovery is possible; To help members achieve productive and meaningful roles; To provide members with opportunities for training, practice, and experience; To assist members obtain employment opportunities in the community.
Shawl Womens House Support For Harbor Area Womens Lives
Location: San Pedro, CA - 90731
Contact Phone: (310) 521-9310
Website: http://www.shawlwomenshouse.org/
Description: SHAWL provides a safe and supportive 6-month residential program for women who are beginning their journey of recovery from addiction. SHAWL provides the structure and support in a warm and nurturing residential setting.
C.o.r.e. Medical Clinic, Inc.
Location: Sacramento, CA - 95816
Contact Phone: (916) 442-4985
Website: http://www.coremedicalclinic.com/
Description: C.O.R.E. Medical Clinic, Inc. is dedicated to maximizing patient outcomes by: Helping each patient attain and maintain his/her highest quality of life; Treating opiate addiction with medically assisted treatment, group counseling, individual counseling and case management services; Diagnosing, treating, and/or referring mental health disorders; Diagnosing, treating, and/or referring co-morbid medical problems; Reducing harm and stigma related to illicit drug use through education, counseling and treatment; Educating our staff, patients, and the community on evidence-based drug treatment strategies and policies; Treating each patient with respect and dignity; Being sensitive to social and cultural factors that influence the patient (i.e. cultural competence); Commitment to diversity, social justice, and inclusivity; Providing person and family-centered services based on strengths, needs, abilities, preferences, and desired outcomes of the patient and family; Including the patient in the treatment planning process; Being ever vigilant to the risks of bias; Working on personal growth; Striving to treat all patients equally regardless of gender, gender identity, gender expression, race, ethnicity, cultural, religion, age, sexual preference or orientation; Creating a positive and safe work environment for staff
Chemical Dependency Recovery Program Kaiser Permanente Hospital
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94115
Contact Phone: (415) 833-9400
Website: https://healthy.kaiserpermanente.org/
Description: Our staff of trained professionals provides confidential, accessible, and intensive treatment for problems related to substance abuse. We are dedicated to helping you restore the quality of your life.
Adolescent Substance Abuse Programs Youth And Family Services
Location: Vallejo, CA - 94590
Contact Phone: (707) 554-2397
Website: http://www.yfs.org/
Description: Every year, Youth and Family Services helps thousands of people on the road to recovery, mental health, and self-sufficiency. By providing an extensive array of mental health and substance abuse prevention, intervention, and treatment services, YFS helps its clients build lasting relationships, and find ways to make a positive contribution to their communities. This comprehensive approach incorporates health education, counseling, client advocacy, case management, life skills and job training and collaboration with community groups. In all of its work, Youth and Family Services builds communities by building relationships. By providing comprehensive support services, YFS helps thousands realize their dreams of living healthy, happy, independent, and productive lives.
Aegis Treatment Centers, Llc - Merced
Location: Merced , CA - 95340
Contact Phone: (209) 725-1060
Website: http://aegistreatmentcenters.com/
Description: Aegis Treatment Centers, LLC., ("Aegis") operates one of the largest networks of Narcotic Treatment Programs (NTPs), also known as Opiate Treatment Programs (OTPs), in the nation. In 1998, Aegis began implementation of a business plan that would upgrade its network into a state-of-the-art continuum of care, creating a model that has set the standard for OTP operations throughout the country. AEGIS' MISSION: Aegis’ goal is to support the successful recovery of its patients and improve the quality of their lives; Aegis is committed to providing evidence-based comprehensive treatment services incorporating multidisciplinary modalities; Aegis promotes the highest standard of patient care in the treatment of substance abuse and related medical, psychological and socio-economic conditions; Aegis and its staff members pursue excellence, integrity & commitment in the provision of effective patient care.
Gardner Family Health Care Blossoms Perinatal Center
Location: San Jose, CA - 95127
Contact Phone: (408) 254-3396
Website: http://www.gardnerfamilyhealth.org/
Description: Gardner is dedicated to improving the health status of the communities we serve, especially the disenfranchised, disadvantaged and most vulnerable members. Our mission is to provide high quality, comprehensive health care, including prevention and education, early intervention, treatment and advocacy services which are affordable, respectful, culturally, linguistically and age appropriate.
Charter Oak Aurora Behavioral Healthcare
Location: Covina, CA - 91724
Contact Phone: (626) 966-1632
Website: http://www.charteroakhospital.com/
Description: Aurora Charter Oak Behavioral Health Care is located on 10 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds in Covina, California. Covina is about 22 miles east of downtown Los Angeles, in the San Gabriel Valley. The San Gabriel Mountains provide a stunning backdrop to our campus, which includes Aurora Charter Oak Hospital and Charter Oak Recovery Center. Our campus includes three separate buildings featuring eight separate units for adolescents and adults requiring inpatient care, a Residential Treatment Center (RTC), an Outpatient Services building, and an Assessment Center which is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our campus also includes a pool and a gymnasium.
Units I And Ii Alcoholism Center For Women
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90006
Contact Phone: (213) 381-8500
Website: http://alcoholismcenterforwomen.org/
Description: The Alcoholism Center for Women (ACW) is incorporated as a 501(c) 3 organization with the mission to provide a safe and supportive sober environment in which women and youth can repair, restore and reclaim their lives, protect children and strengthen families and communities by making new choices for positive futures.
Alcott Center For Mental Health Services
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90035
Contact Phone: (310) 785-2121
Website: http://www.alcottcenter.org
Description: The mission of the Alcott Center for Mental Health Services is to enhance the quality of life, promote independence and empower individuals living with mental illness to live productive and meaningful lives. The Alcott Center provides high quality treatment and supportive services within a caring, respectful environment.
Division Of Human Services
Location: Hoopa, CA - 95546
Contact Phone: (530) 625-4236
Website: http://www.hoopa-nsn.gov/
Description: Dedicated to promote, develop and maintain the highest possible level of Mental Health, including a drug free culture among the service population.
Outpatient Services Marin Treatment Center
Location: San Rafael, CA - 94901
Contact Phone: (415) 457-3755
Website: http://marintreatmentcenter.org/
Description: Marin Treatment Center, Inc. (MTC) is a non-profit community based outpatient substance abuse treatment agency that has been successfully providing services in the community since 1976. The Outpatient Drug Free (ODF) program provides weekly group counseling and support for people who desire to live in freedom from substance dependence. The ODF program includes an initial diagnostic assessment, a medical review, client centered individual treatment planning, ongoing case management, and random drug testing (urinalysis). Individual counseling is also available, but is not included in the standard ODF program arrangement.
Options Recovery Services
Location: Berkeley, CA - 94704
Contact Phone: (510) 666-9552
Website: http://www.optionsrecoveryservices.org/
Description: Options Recovery Services has proudly celebrated over 15 years of dedicated service to our clients helping to break the cycle of crime, broken families and homelessness caused by addiction. At Options, we do not just treat addiction, we treat the whole person. We are proud of our history, our donors, volunteers, and staff. Most of all, we are proud of our clients and graduates who have reclaimed their lives from addiction. Our mission is to break the cycle of addiction which causes homelessness, crime and broken families. We believe that to be successful, services must be open to anyone and immediately available. We believe that treatment for alcohol and drug dependency is a human right, regardless of the ability to pay. Our vision is that one day, society will deal effectively and compassionately with addiction and recovery. Every drug dependent person will have easy and immediate access to addiction treatment and recovery support services with a resultant decrease in crime, homelessness and family dysfunction.
South Bay Regional Recovery Center - Mcalister Institute
Location: Chula Vista, CA - 91911
Contact Phone: (619) 691-8164
Website: http://www.mcalisterinc.org/
Description: McAlister Institute's regional recovery centers are outpatient programs for adults struggling with substance abuse and other drug-related problems, including co-occurring mental health issues. Wraparound services include assessment, treatment planning individual and group counseling, case management, mental health counseling, vocational training, re-entry assistance and referral, and ongoing recovery support services. A sliding fee scale is utilized to ensure no one is denied services due to inability to pay.
River Community Day Treatment Social Model Recovery Systems
Location: Covina, CA - 91723
Contact Phone: (626) 974-8122
Website: http://www.socialmodel.com
Description: Searching for the answer to this question has caused tremendous suffering of countless individuals and their families. Since 1986, River Community has been dedicated to serving individuals with concurrent mental health and alcohol and other drug problems. We offer a comprehensive day-long treatment program, six days a week, for those in need of a highly structured environment. Groups, individual counseling, and social and recreational activities are scheduled throughout the day and evening.
(mite)/options South Bay Mcalister Institute For Treatment And Education
Location: Chula Vista, CA - 91911
Contact Phone: (619) 498-0908
Website: http://www.mcalisterinc.org/
Description: Since opening our doors in 1977, McAlister Institute has grown into one of San Diego County’s largest alcohol and other drug treatment providers. Our proven and innovative programs are built on more than 35 years of experience helping San Diegans become drug-free, independent, and healthy, and they serve more than 2,500 individuals each month. Altogether, McAlister Institute’s 27 programs represent a continuum of care which spans prevention, outreach, intervention, deferred entry programs, outpatient treatment, short-term residential, long-term residential, and sober living.
Residential Roque Center
Location: Garden Grove, CA - 92844
Contact Phone: (714) 839-0607
Website: http://roquecenter.org/
Description: The Roque Center offers an affordable court approved residential social model non-medical recovery program for adult men and women. Same day admission is available for individuals who are a minimum of 72 hours clean and sober. If the individual is not clean and sober they will be referred to our detox program. Services are provided in a clean, supportive, and calm environment and monitored by experienced licensed staff twenty-four (24) hours a day. Our Primary 30 Day Program emphasizes education, group process and one-on-one counseling. Clients will learn the aspects and progression of the disease of addiction, learn relapse prevention, and develop new coping skills, habits, and behaviors. Our social model approach to recovery emphasizes the principles of AA’s twelve step program; “More people are clean and sober today as a result of AA’s twelve step program than all other treatment methods combined” (Kessler 1997). Our group focus and peer oriented approach quickly helps our clients get grounded in recovery through fellowship and camaraderie with their peers. We believe that the longer an individual remains in a structured and supportive drug and alcohol free environment, the better their chances of maintaining long-term recovery. Upon the completion of the Primary Program, residents may remain in our Support Program for an additional 30 to 60 days. In this phase residents are allowed to return to work or begin job search while attending recovery groups and classes. The goal of this phase of our program is to ensure that our client makes a smooth transition back into society.
My Family Inc Mfi Recovery Center
Location: Riverside, CA - 92504
Contact Phone: (951) 683-6596
Website: http://www.mfirecovery.com
Description: MFI Recovery Center (My Family, Inc.) is a non-profit alcohol and drug treatment program. Over the past three decades MFI has helped thousands of people break the bonds of addiction through therapy and the 12 Steps. MFI is much more than an alcohol and drug rehab center. MFI employs the latest methods of treatment and evidenced-based treatments including the Matrix Model of Recovery and Multidimensional Family Therapy (MDFT).
Substance Abuse Counseling Center
Location: San Diego, CA - 92145
Contact Phone: (858) 577-6585
Website: http://www.mccsmiramar.com/
Description: The Substance Abuse Counseling Center (SACC) provides alcohol and drug prevention/treatment to service-members and their families. Services may also be offered to retirees and reservists depending on space available.
South Coast Counseling & Psychological Services
Location: Laguna Niguel, CA - 92677
Contact Phone: (714) 540-9070
Website: http://www.southcoastcounselingandpsychologicalservices.com/
Description: South Coast Counseling is dedicated to helping people help themselves to improve the quality of their lives and their relationships. We aim to assist people in exploring the root cause of their struggles and finding alternative and healthier ways to cope. We provide a variety of outpatient therapy and counseling options including private individual, couples or family therapy, and group counseling at a number of locations throughout Orange County, California.
Woodglen Detox
Location: Fullerton, CA - 92832
Contact Phone: (714) 879-2741
Website: http://woodglenrecovery.org/
Description: In the beginning, nearly all addicts believe that they can stop using drugs on their own anytime they choose. Most try to stop without treatment. Most of those attempts fail. Woodglen's effectiveness lies not only in its focus on the pressing problems of addiction, but also in recognizing and addressing the underlying issues and myths that perpetuate the disease. It is only by addressing these problems that the self-destructive behaviors of the addicted person can change, allowing the individual to accept their own responsibility and accountability. People are not one-dimensional and neither are addictions. Each of us exist as mind, body and spirit, and it is only when all these facets are cared for and balanced that we can expect to lead healthy lives. What we at Woodglen have learned about recovery has evolved over the years. We know what works. We know how to help alcoholic and drug dependent people get their lives back on track. We've blended tried and true methods with professional guidance and the wisdom of Alcoholics Anonymous. We know that with love, tolerance and education, everyone can recover from addiction. We know because it has happened for us. Our detoxification facility provides a comfortable environment in which clients can safely and securely withdraw from the effects of drugs and alcohol. Our qualified staff provides 24 hr monitoring and care. Emergency medical support is available.
South Bay Human Service Center
Location: Torrance, CA - 90501
Contact Phone: (310) 328-0780
Website: http://www.southbayhumanservices.org/
Description: South Bay Human Service Center is a non-profit 501(c) 3 Organization, formed in 1974 to provide outpatient substance abuse treatment and other counseling services to the South Bay and surrounding communities. We are dedicated to the promotion of better health, greater safety, and education of our clients. For over 35 years we have helped people who wish to recover from issues relating to substance abuse or emotional stress. South Bay Human Service Center is certified by the State of California to provide outpatient substance abuse treatment to individuals, couples, familes and individuals sentenced under the substance abuse and crime prevention act. Programs for participants in PC 1210 (formally Prop 36), CalWorks and General Relief are partially funded by the Los Angeles County Alcohol and Drug Program Administration.
Chino Multiple Diagnosis Clinic San Bernardino County
Location: Chino, CA - 91710
Contact Phone: (909) 590-5355
Website: http://www.sbcounty.gov/dbh/
Description: The County of San Bernardino Behavioral Health Programs strive to be recognized as a progressive system of seamless, accessible and effective services that promote prevention, intervention, recovery and resiliency for individuals, families and communities. Outpatient services are provided in the clinics within the four regions (Central Valley, Desert/Mountain, East Valley, West Valley) of the County of San Bernardino. At these clinics, clients can get behavioral health screening, help with medication and support services. They may receive counseling, group therapy, dual diagnosis or vocational services.
East San Gabriel And Pomona Valley National Council On Alcohol And Drug Dependency
Location: Pomona, CA - 91767
Contact Phone: (626) 629-4084
Website: http://www.ncaddesgpv.org/
Description: The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence of the East San Gabriel & Pomona Valleys is a community based prevention and treatment organization. We are a non-profit organization affiliated with the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc. NCADD of ESG & PV's was established in the East San Gabriel & Pomona Valleys in 1972. The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence of East San Gabriel & Pomona Valleys believes alcoholism/drug addiction is a disease, as defined by the American Medical Association. Although progressive, and often fatal, the disease of alcoholism/drug addiction is treatable. Early detection is the key to successful treatment of any illness and alcoholism/drug addiction is no exception.
Veterans Treatment Center Veterans Village Of San Diego
Location: San Diego, CA - 92110
Contact Phone: (619) 393-2000
Website: http://www.vvsd.net/
Description: The Veterans Treatment Center (VTC) is a residential program for homeless veterans battling alcoholism, drug addiction and emotional trauma. We believe our program will be the first step toward our veterans' goal of becoming self-sufficient. This program is designed to help our veterans break the cycle of pain, anger and self-destructive behavior that comes along with drinking, drug abuse and unemployment. We assist our veterans in identifying a new way of life with new patterns of thinking, living and feeling. Formulated as a social model treatment program, VTC is integrated with structured case management and individualized counseling that simultaneously addresses: Substance Use Disorders; Behavioral Health and Wellness; Employment
Sacramento Cnty Alcohol And Drug Bureau Del Paso Heights Neighborhood
Location: Sacramento, CA - 95823
Contact Phone: (916) 875-2050
Website: http://www.dhhs.saccounty.net/
Description: We provide treatment and recovery services for alcohol and drug abuse. We contract with an array of community-based service providers throughout Sacramento County. The range of services provided through these organizations includes outpatient treatment, methadone treatment, day treatment, detoxification, residential services, and perinatal services.
Addiction Treatment Services Va Palo Alto Healthcare System
Location: Palo Alto, CA - 94304
Contact Phone: (650) 493-5000
Website: http://www.paloalto.va.gov/
Description: The mission of the Addition Treatment Service is to provide effective, responsive, and compassionate treatment for Veterans with substance use problems. Our service includes both residential and outpatient treatment services. We work in conjunction with the medical system in which veterans can access a broad range of mental health and medical services.
Woodglen Recovery Junction
Location: Fullerton, CA - 92832
Contact Phone: (714) 879-0929
Website: http://woodglenrecovery.org/
Description: In the beginning, nearly all addicts believe that they can stop using drugs on their own anytime they choose. Most try to stop without treatment. Most of those attempts fail. Woodglen's effectiveness lies not only in its focus on the pressing problems of addiction, but also in recognizing and addressing the underlying issues and myths that perpetuate the disease. It is only by addressing these problems that the self-destructive behaviors of the addicted person can change, allowing the individual to accept their own responsibility and accountability. People are not one-dimensional and neither are addictions. Each of us exist as mind, body and spirit, and it is only when all these facets are cared for and balanced that we can expect to lead healthy lives. What we at Woodglen have learned about recovery has evolved over the years. We know what works. We know how to help alcoholic and drug dependent people get their lives back on track. We've blended tried and true methods with professional guidance and the wisdom of Alcoholics Anonymous. We know that with love, tolerance and education, everyone can recover from addiction. We know because it has happened for us.
Ventura County Behavioral Health (alcohol & Drug Programs Outpatient Clinics) - Fillmore Center
Location: Fillmore, CA - 93015
Contact Phone: (805) 524-8644
Website: http://www.venturacountylimits.org/
Description: Ventura County Behavioral Health, Alcohol & Drug Programs, Prevention Services are designed to prevent alcohol and other drug-related community problems using environmental and community change approaches. The mission is to implement effective and sustainable primary prevention initiatives to reduce community alcohol and other drug problems. Ventura County Alcohol & Drug Programs offer a range of outpatient treatment services designed to help individuals coping with a substance use disorder. Our services include screening, crisis intervention, individual, group and family counseling, HIV education, assessment and evaluation, referrals to community based services, and outreach to the community. Our Youth Services and Adult Services programs serve the entire county, with clinics located in Oxnard, Ventura, Fillmore and Simi Valley. Specialized programs provide services for pregnant and parenting women, adolescents, and persons who have been dually diagnosed with substance use and mental health problems. Fees are based on an ability to pay.
East San Gabriel And Pomona Valleys National Council On Alcohol And Drug Dependency
Location: Covina, CA - 91724
Contact Phone: (626) 331-5316
Website: http://www.ncaddesgpv.org/
Description: The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence of the East San Gabriel & Pomona Valleys is a community based prevention and treatment organization. We are a non-profit organization affiliated with the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc. NCADD of ESG & PV's was established in the East San Gabriel & Pomona Valleys in 1972. The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence of East San Gabriel & Pomona Valleys believes alcoholism/drug addiction is a disease, as defined by the American Medical Association. Although progressive, and often fatal, the disease of alcoholism/drug addiction is treatable. Early detection is the key to successful treatment of any illness and alcoholism/drug addiction is no exception.
Community Recovery Resources - Roseville Campus
Location: Roseville, CA - 95661
Contact Phone: (916) 782-3737
Website: http://www.corr.us/
Description: Community Recovery Resources (CoRR) is a non-profit organization. Our mission is to provide a full spectrum of programs focused toward reducing the social, health, and financial impact on our families and children from all types of drug abuse. CoRR has been saving and improving lives through substance abuse treatment and mental health services since 1974. Growing over the years to meet the needs of the community, CoRR now provides a full range of programs throughout Northern California communities in Placer and Nevada Counties. All of our programs have a primary focus on the family system. The Roseville Campus offers outpatient services for substance abuse treatment in an easily accessible location, convenient to Roseville, Rocklin, Sacramento, and other nearby communities. Holistic care grounded in evidence-based research is provided by qualified, credentialed staff who care. In addition to DUI classes, alcohol treatment and substance abuse treatment for adults, the Roseville Campus is home to Full Circle Adolescent services, a unique program for teens and their families. Full Circle substance abuse treatment for adolescents offers programs up to one year for teens, and Parent Project parenting classes for parents.
Our House Riverside Recovery Resources
Location: Hemet, CA - 92544
Contact Phone: (909) 766-7969
Website: http://www.riversiderecovery.org/
Description: In 1990 RRR became involved in a most needed treatment modality, residential recovery for women with dependent children, and “Our House” was established. The responsibility to provide these services included providing healthy age appropriate childcare while “Mom” is involved in her daily treatment routine which in turn will include positive interaction with her children. For the substance-using mother, the birth of a drug exposed infant is both a crisis and an opportunity. The mother, and in many cases the father often feel an overwhelming sense of guilt about the newborn’s condition. The “Our House” project intends to continue to relieve the pain and remorse for mothers who have chosen this path. Through substance abuse treatment, comprehensive health care services, HIV/AIDS programs, case management, and supportive housing and continuing care the project will serve perinatal moms and will also continue to serve postpartum women and mothers with dependent children (12 and under). The focus of treatment is for Riverside County, but the program accepts referrals from other California Counties as well as nation wide referrals where practical. The goal of “Our House” is to provide prevention, education and rehabilitation to pregnant and postpartum women and women with dependent children, utilizing social model residential recovery techniques. The project provides meaningful and relevant results in the lives of each woman who successfully completes the program, and in turn the project empowers these women to become exemplary role models for their children, their families and their communities, thus benefiting society as a whole. RRR is determined to offer a new life to mothers and their families, with the focus on traditionally underserved populations, including low-income mothers, single mothers, young mothers and mothers living in rural areas. The goal of Riverside Recovery Resources is to end the suffering of children, mothers and families caused by the diseases of alcoholism and drug addiction. We believe that in helping pregnant women, women in postpartum and/or current mothers with dependent children, we can make a difference in their lives, the lives of their families and the communities in which they live. Our House is a unique part of Riverside Recovery Resources. It was established to meet the needs of the alcoholic mother and her dependent children, providing a place where they can live while rebuilding their lives. Our facility and staff provide a warm, supportive, home-like atmosphere for the mother and child. Each woman is assisted in the development of an individual program of recovery, which will include alcohol education, individual counseling sessions, self-help groups, planned recreational activities, and vocational guidance. Her children also receive alcohol education, counseling, and are instructed in structured playgroups and other necessary requirements. (Elementary school within walking distance)
Sage Trauma And Recovery Center Sage Project Inc
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94103
Contact Phone: (415) 905-5050
Website: http://sagesf.org/
Description: SAGE’s Trauma and Addiction Recovery (STAR). The STAR Center of the SAGE Project opened in 1998 with funding from the San Francisco Department of Public Health, Community Behavioral Health Services. The goal of the program is to reduce risks of harm, substance abuse and usage, and the effects of trauma in order to help participants’ master essential competencies and progress toward self-sufficiency. STAR serves adult women and male to female transgendered women who suffer substance use and trauma disorders resulting from commercial sexual exploitation, abuse, intimate partner violence, involvement in the sex industry, and other associated traumas. To be eligible for STAR services, a consumer must be 18 or older, have a documented substance abuse problem, history of trauma and/or family violence, and/or other problems related to use of alcohol or drugs. A brief screening confirms eligibility and once established the consumer agrees to participate in services and creates a plan with the case manager and an assessment of needs. The assessment collects information about the consumer including a detailed history of trauma and substance use. Following the assessment, the consumer and case manager identify goals and objectives that reflect the consumer’s aspirations for growth. SAGE conducts screenings daily between 9:30 and 11:00 am; however other times are available by appointment. STAR services include individual and group formats. SAGE services align with principles of harm reduction. SAGE will work with other community-based partners to provide the most comprehensive services to individuals.
New Beginnings
Location: Clearlake, CA - 95422
Contact Phone: (707) 995-3235
Website: http://www.newbeginningslake.com/
Description: New Beginning's is the sole provider of perinatal alcohol and other drug abuse treatment in Lake County. In addition to the funding received from the Divisions of Alcohol and Other Drug Services in Lake County, New Beginning’s has contracts with many organizations including the Lake County 1st 5 Commission. New Beginnings' is a catalyst for transformation for women, children and youth in recovery. New Beginnings’ mission is to provide an atmosphere of unconditional positive regard with the belief that respect and encouragement can be the catalyst necessary for transformation. Our drug rehabilitation program provides a safe, nurturing and trusting environment for substance affected individuals to begin their journey on the road to recovery.
Chemical Dependency Treatment Center San Pedro Penisula Hospital
Location: San Pedro, CA - 90732
Contact Phone: (310) 514-5300
Website: http://california.providence.org/san-pedro/services/chemical-dependency/
Description: Recovering from alcohol and drug abuse can change your life and the lives of those around you. For more than 30 years, Providence Little Company of Mary Recovery Center has offered a premier chemical dependency rehabilitation program addressing the needs of the chemically dependent and their significant others. Our inpatient and outpatient programs, certified by The Joint Commission, treat chemical dependency as a primary, progressive and chronic disease. Chemical dependence is a disease in which the abused substances have caused changes in a person's body, mind, and behavior. This addictive process can lead to physical illness, behavioral problems, mental and emotional problems, serious societal consequences and spiritual bankruptcy.
Socorro Rdf Cri Help Inc
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90031
Contact Phone: (323) 222-1440
Website: http://www.cri-help.org
Description: Founded in 1987, Socorro addresses the growing needs of the Latino community. We provide a full range of chemical dependency treatment services for adults 18 and over in both English and Spanish, breaking down language barriers that are often obstacles to obtaining treatment. Socorro offers the ideal design of an effective 12-Step Treatment program in conjunction with evidenced-based practices that are presented in a culturally relevant manner. Socorro is located on a full square block property in Lincoln Heights, less than a mile east of Los Angeles County / USC Hospital. The facility contains thirty-eight dorm-style rooms, group therapy rooms, a large dining area, recreation and entertainment rooms, classrooms, a computer lab, literacy library, and gym. The luscious outdoor area provides ample space for clients and includes a basketball and volleyball court.
Coastal Recovery Clinic
Location: Wilmington, CA - 90744
Contact Phone: (310) 549-8383
Website: http://www.crchealth.com/
Description: Located at 117 E. Harry Bridges Blvd. in Wilmington, California, the Coastal Recovery Center provides medically supervised methadone maintenance and Suboxone (buprenorphine) detox treatment to individuals who are attempting to overcome an addiction to or dependence upon heroin or other opioids. Methadone hydrochloride is a synthetic "opioid agonist," which means that it acts in a way that is similar to morphine and other narcotic medications. When used in proper doses as part of a medically supervised opioid addiction treatment program, methadone blocks cravings and other withdrawal symptoms without creating the euphoric or sedative states that result from opioid abuse. Buprenorphine is a partial opioid receptor agonist. Like methadone, buprenorphine can relieve opioid withdrawal symptoms without producing the intoxicating effects that are associated with opioid abuse. Buprenorphine was the first medication for the treatment of opioid dependence to be approved under the Drug Addiction Treatment Act of 2000. To be eligible for this type of treatment at the Coastal Recovery Center, prospective patients much be at least 18 years old, and must have been addicted to or dependent upon opiates for a minimum of one year prior to seeking treatment.
Eden Dual Diagnosis Shields For Families
Location: Lynwood, CA - 90262
Contact Phone: (310) 603-1098
Website: http://www.shieldsforfamilies.org/
Description: SHIELDS’ Eden Co-Occurring Program was developed for women who have lost custody of their children or who are at risk of losing custody of their children due to the impact of both mental health and substance abuse disorders. The Eden Program is unique in that it provides clients with extensive case management and mental health assistance while they are in treatment for substance abuse in order to re-engage in daily life and maintain or reunify the family unit. The staff is comprised of a dynamic group of professionals who provide comprehensive services such as counseling, therapy, child care during treatment hours, therapeutic nursery for toddlers that need special care, vocational/educational services as well as supportive services such as low cost housing and transportation and/or bus tokens that reduce barriers that may exist that prevent the engagement in the recovery process. Whether it be advocating for clients in court for the safe return of their children, or assisting the women in accessing permanent housing and educational/vocational opportunities, the program consistently produces a wide variety of success stories. Funded by the Department of Mental Health and the Department of Public Health’s Substance Abuse Prevention and Control Office, Eden is a family-centered day treatment program designed to provide a combination of individual, family and group mental health and substance abuse services including counseling, therapy, and vocational and educational services. In addition, parenting and Mommy & Me classes are provided in order to work with the mothers on reunifying and/or preserving their families. Each client has a treatment team consisting of a therapist, case manager, substance abuse counselor, psychiatrist, and child development specialist, as well as others as needed. On a monthly basis, women from the Eden program are reunified with their children, enrolled in educational/vocational training and have moved into long-term, stable housing due to staff linking the women to resources in the community and providing the necessary guidance and support throughout their recovery process. The average length of treatment is 12 months, during which time the women are provided with the necessary supports to gain stability in order to re-enter the workforce or continue their education. Housing is available to clients and their families who are able to maintain sobriety and demonstrate a commitment to the recovery process.
Community Recovery Resources
Location: Grass Valley, CA - 95945
Contact Phone: (530) 273-9541
Website: http://www.corr.us/
Description: Community Recovery Resources (CoRR) is a non-profit organization. Our mission is to provide a full spectrum of programs focused toward reducing the social, health, and financial impact on our families and children from all types of drug abuse. CoRR has been saving and improving lives through substance abuse treatment and mental health services since 1974. Growing over the years to meet the needs of the community, CoRR now provides a full range of programs throughout Northern California communities in Placer and Nevada Counties. All of our programs have a primary focus on the family system. The Grass Valley Campus offers comprehensive substance abuse treatment in a beautiful environment in the Sierra Nevada foothills. On three acres adjacent to a golf course and walking trails, the Campus provides unique programs for men and women, including special programs for women with young children. Whether you are seeking an alcohol treatment center, inpatient drug rehab, or other supports like outpatient substance abuse treatment and DUI classes, the Campus provides quality, affordable options to improve overall health and help you succeed in long-term sobriety.
Substance Abuse Counseling Center U.s. Marine Corps
Location: San Diego, CA - 92140
Contact Phone: (619) 524-8634
Website: http://www.mccsmcrd.com
Description: The Substance Abuse Counseling Center provides education, outreach services and counseling for personnel aboard the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego. Our services are dedicated toward awareness; prevention and providing direct care for those in need. Eligible personnel are active duty and/or their families, retirees and their families, and civilian government employees. Our services are provided in a confidential setting and referrals can be made upon request. Our goal is to provide the best quality care in the most efficient manner. If you need help or know someone who does, please feel free to contact us.
Bay Area Community Resources - Recovery Connections Center
Location: San Rafael, CA - 94901
Contact Phone: (415) 755-2345
Website: http://www.bacr.org/
Description: The Recovery Connections Center (RCC) offers comprehensive recovery support services to those experiencing problems with alcohol, tobacco and other drugs as well as other addictive behaviors. RCC serves a full spectrum of clients, from those who may be "thinking about thinking about" becoming and staying sober to those who may have tried many times before and are ready for lasting recovery and a healthier life.
Psychiatric Services Los Angeles Didi Hirsch Cmhc
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90066
Contact Phone: (310) 751-1200
Website: http://www.didihirsch.org
Description: With over 70 years of experience Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services provides mental health and substance abuse services to those in need, regardless of ability to pay. Our 11 sites serve more than 74,000 clients a year throughout Southern California – from Pacoima to South Los Angeles, Downtown LA to Santa Ana and many points in between. We offer a wide range of services, including crisis intervention and stabilization, counseling, residential treatment, case management, youth-at-risk and family reinforcement programs, delinquency prevention programs, substance abuse treatment and prevention, and extensive community outreach. We also operate the only free, accredited, 24-hour, seven-days-a-week, suicide prevention crisis line from Orange County to Santa Barbara. Centrally located between the communities of Mar Vista and Venice, the Mar Vista Center offers mental health and substance abuse services for children and their families on site, in the home, and in a number of schools. Specialized programs focus on the prevention and treatment of child abuse and on reunification counseling for children who have been found after abduction. Adults receiving aid through CalWORKs receive treatment that addresses the psychological barriers that interfere with their ability to find and retain work. Our substance abuse prevention and treatment program for adolescents and their families helps them develop the skills to maintain a drug-free lifestyle. Additionally, it meets the requirements for court-ordered alcohol and drug education for youth on probation.
Outreach Ministries First To Serve Inc
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90037
Contact Phone: (323) 758-4670
Website: http://www.firsttoserve.org/
Description: First To Serve Outreach Ministries is a Los Angeles Based Non– Profit (501( c) 3) Organization serving men women and families affected by and struggling with Substance Abuse, Domestic Violence and Homelessness. For the past 10 years we have used our programs, services and resources to improve the lives of families and individuals throughout South Los Angeles and Los Angeles County.
Tarzana Treatment Centers Inc
Location: Tarzana, CA - 91356
Contact Phone: (888) 777-8565
Website: https://www.tarzanatc.org/
Description: Since 1972, Tarzana Treatment Centers has provided high quality, affordable behavioral healthcare and addiction treatment services in Los Angeles County. Our mission and values are realized through a continuum of integrated alcohol and drug addiction treatment, education, mental health, medical detox and residential rehab for teens / youth, and adults. We also provide outpatient services, sober living housing, after care, HIV/AIDS Services, Prop 36, family medical care, women’s services, family counseling, domestic violence intervention, anger management and community education services.
University Mini House Mini Twelve Step House Inc
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90007
Contact Phone: (323) 813-0200
Website: http://jwchinstitute.org/
Description: Mini Twelve Step House, Inc. is one of the first residential rehabilitation facilities to help women suffering from alcoholism and drug addiction. University Mini House is the location of the Mini Twelve Step Inc. Transitional Living program, which offers a drug free living residence geared toward recovering women and their young children in need of stable housing. This twenty (20) bed facility offers a maximum of 12 months transitional housing for women and their children, primarily those women who have completed the Mini House Residential Treatment program.
Hope House
Location: Anaheim, CA - 92805
Contact Phone: (714) 776-6090
Website: http://www.hopehouseoc.com
Description: Hope House’s mission is to provide Orange County adults with supportive, comprehensive, treatment for chemical dependency. Hope House is a private, nonprofit, inpatient program for adults with substance abuse problems. We have been treating adults for more than 20 years, providing long-term treatment. Hope House addresses the behaviors and the emotions behind addiction. Clients learn a variety of tools to help them control behaviors from within themselves instead of relying on others. The program’s primary focus is to have clients work through the resident hierarchy. Clients must respect authority, take on responsibilities, and work with fellow clients in a team environment. Clients develop impulse control, learn how to delay gratification and acquire other life skills necessary for successful reentry into the community. Treatment includes individual therapy, group therapy and education about addiction. Clients discover the values, beliefs, and feelings that contribute to their addictive behavior.
Pasadena High Road Program
Location: Pasadena, CA - 91105
Contact Phone: (626) 793-6159
Website: http://highroadprogram.org
Description: The High Road Program, Inc. was founded in 1976 as one of the first organizations to provide education and counseling services to individuals arrested for driving under the influence in California. High Road began expanding its services in the mid-1980's to include misdemeanor drug diversion, domestic violence and anger management counseling services, federal DOD/DOT substance abuse program (SAP) service, as well as rehabilitation services for parolees. While most of our services relate to providing substance abuse counseling and treatment to individuals referred through the California criminal justice system, High Road also provides low cost, affordable outpatient counseling and treatment to the general public. Our organization has grown to be one of the leading providers of outpatient substance abuse counseling and treatment services in Southern California.
New Beginning Fellowship Center
Location: Orange, CA - 92867
Contact Phone: (714) 839-2515
Website: http://newbeginningfellowshipcenter.com/
Description: The New Beginning Fellowship Center's primary focus will be on individuals with alcoholism/drug addiction problems. The Center will operate on a combination of the social model and technical support theory. There is a clear and unified staff philosophy within the Center which regards the importance of the person-to-person support relationship of education and recovery. Providing a nonjudgmental environment of acceptance and concern, to include surroundings that are warm and attractive, where clients and staff can share their strength in a purposeful and coordinated relationship. The Center programs encourage and reinforce the individual's belief that recovery from dependence on drugs and/or alcohol is obtainable. This begins with an understanding and awareness that conditions of alcohol and drug dependence can be interrupted. With new close relationships, coupled with an increased understanding about the nature of alcohol and drug dependence, the individual is confronted with powerful personal incentives and a desire to pursue a new lifestyle. The Center's sober-living facilities provide an alcohol/drug-free peer group-oriented environment. The Center offers food, shelter, support, education and recovery services for persons seeking to withdraw from alcohol and/or drug.
School Ten
Location: Anaheim, CA - 92806
Contact Phone: (714) 871-9460
Website: http://www.schoolteninc.com/
Description: The goal of the School Ten Program is to provide our clients high quality counseling, education and rehabilitation services for substance abuse and to help the individual learn and apply healthy methods of dealing with life and becoming a productive, sober member of their family and community. School Ten, Inc.'s California State licensed DUI program course is thought-provoking and challenging. You will learn about the serious legal ramifications of drinking and driving, become familiar with the psychological reasons behind this dangerous combination and, importantly, you will be given strategies, tools and insights that will help you avoid this problem in the future.
Chapman Academy Chapman House Inc
Location: Orange, CA - 92867
Contact Phone: (800) 328-6020
Website: http://www.chapmanrehab.com/
Description: Chapman House has been in business for nearly 35 years. Our founder and Executive Director, Tim Chapman, M.A., Msc.D., has been in recovery from his own addiction for 35 years; he opened Chapman House out of a burning desire to help others and to continue his own path of recovery. We’ve been located in Orange County, California for thirty years. We Serve Both Male and Female Clientele. Chapman House serves both male and female clientele ages 18 and older. We also offer a unique program in a different residential location for children ages 9-17 (Teensavers) suffering from emotional, behavioral and substance abuse problems. Chapman House has the unique qualifications to treat adults suffering with co-existing disorders, such as; alcoholism along with depression, prescription medication abuse along with anxiety, and we can treat a person suffering opiate addiction whom is also suffering from chronic pain.
Prototypes - Oxnard Women’s Center
Location: Oxnard, CA - 93036
Contact Phone: (805) 382-6296
Website: http://www.prototypes.org/
Description: Prototypes is a lifeline to women who are struggling with addiction and other serious issues such as domestic violence and mental illness. Many of these women are mothers who face an impossible choice: give up their children to foster care or a guardian, or continue to suffer. Prototypes is a game changer by allowing women to keep their children with them during treatment so they both get the help they need. And, by combining comprehensive treatment series with practical life-skills training, we prepare women for long-term success. Prototypes sets the standard for comprehensive, integrated, evidence-based services. Our team of top professionals and dedicated staff provide residential and outpatient addiction treatment, detoxification, mental health services, prevention and education, vocational training, and parenting support. Prototypes is proud to be a reason that thousands of women in our communities are now leading healthy, productive lives. Oxnard Women’s Center: Our Oxnard campus is located in a peaceful, home-like setting, an environment that our clients find ideal for self-healing and rebuilding their lives. Through our holistic approach, we tailor treatment plans to meet the needs of the clients we serve. Besides providing treatment for substance abuse, we also provide psychological counseling, parenting classes, vocational and educational training, domestic violence and trauma-informed services, medical and psychiatric referrals, case management, educational support services and services for children.
Michael's House - Women’s Center
Location: Palm Springs, CA - 92262
Contact Phone: (760) 416-7951
Website: http://www.michaelshouse.com/
Description: At Michael’s House Women’s Center, women can participate in a positive treatment process that focuses on resiliency and motivational principles to empower them to achieve their goals in recovery. The Women’s Center is a place of healing and hope, with community areas, recreational activities and places for reflection and down time. The multi-disciplinary team at the Women’s Center is dedicated to the well-being of each individual, and they meet together continually to discuss the progress and best options for every patient—combining their skills and expertise for a truly integrated approach to treatment. Patients entering the Women’s Center from the Stabilization Center may generally be in the Level 1 or Level 2 stages of change.
Mhs - Federal Probation Program – San Diego / Substance Abuse & Mental Health
Location: Chula Vista, CA - 91911
Contact Phone: (619) 691-1103
Website: https://www.mhsinc.org/
Description: MHS Federal Probation Program (FPP) provides mental health and substance abuse services for individuals who are on Federal Probation. Our services focus on the individual’s needs and are designed to eliminate barriers and increase the client’s strengths, as they help the client achieve continued sobriety, mental health management, and medication management. We offer a safe professional environment which supports the needs of diverse cultures, and our team includes bi-lingual and bi-cultural staff members.
New Hope Recovery Systems Assoc
Location: Modesto, CA - 95350
Contact Phone: (209) 527-9797
Website: http://www.newhope-recovery.org/
Description: At New Hope Recovery, we provide the highest quality full range care for clients and their families suffering from addiction. The term addiction refers to the dependency on alcohol or drugs, including marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamine and others. Our clients come from all walks of life, and are treated with respect and dignity. All of our services are individualized to meet client needs and are provided by warm, caring professionals. We are certified by the State of California Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs and provide our services in a non institutional setting, which has been proven as an effective and more affordable alternative to hospital-based recovery. We are Rated #4 in the Nation and #1 in the State for Successful Recovery by National S.A.P.
Community Recovery Resources - Truckee Service Center
Location: Truckee, CA - 96161
Contact Phone: (530) 587-8194
Website: http://www.corr.us/
Description: Community Recovery Resources (CoRR) is a non-profit organization. Our mission is to provide a full spectrum of programs focused toward reducing the social, health, and financial impact on our families and children from all types of drug abuse. CoRR has been saving and improving lives through substance abuse treatment and mental health services since 1974. Growing over the years to meet the needs of the community, CoRR now provides a full range of programs throughout Northern California communities in Placer and Nevada Counties. All of our programs have a primary focus on the family system.
Latino Family Alcohol And Drug Center Of S California California Hispanic Commission Alcohol And Dr
Location: Vacaville, CA - 95688
Contact Phone: (707) 449-8014
Website: http://www.chcada.org
Description: Established in 1975 in order to reduce alcohol abuse and dependency amongst Latino males in Central California, the California Hispanic Commission quickly expanded its service offerings to address the needs of multiple-risk populations throughout the State. While remaining committed to the provision of culture-specific services to Latinos, the California Hispanic Commission now provides a broad range of services that transcend racial/ethnic and gender lines. Uniquely cognizant of the fact that the genesis of substance abuse disorders is often located within biochemical and genetic factors; familial circumstances; psychological dynamics, and within the realm of the environmental and the sociocultural, CHCADA is a private, nonprofit community-based organization that has always sought to address both the antecedents and the secondary effects of substance abuse and dependency through the use of comprehensive interdisciplinary services.
(mite)/adolescent Services Mcalister Institute For Treatment And Education
Location: San Diego, CA - 92126
Contact Phone: (858) 578-5612
Website: http://www.mcalisterinc.org/
Description: McAlister Institute offers three gender-specific homes where substance abusing teens can seek up to 21 days of non-medical, residential detox. While in the program, adolescents participate in assessments, individual counseling, structured recovery activities, group education, and self-help groups.
Mission Pacific Coast Recovery
Location: Laguna Beach, CA - 92651
Contact Phone: (866) 633-6787
Website: http://www.pacificcoastrehab.com/
Description: Nestled on the coast in the seaside community of Laguna Beach, California, Mission Pacific Coast Recovery (MPCR) provides a center of excellence for adults in the treatment of drug addiction, alcoholism, pain medication dependency. A holistic approach is incorporated into a 12-step treatment philosophy that combines the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of each patient.
Michael’s House Stabilization Center
Location: Palm Springs, CA - 92262
Contact Phone: (760) 416-7951
Website: http://www.michaelshouse.com/
Description: First impressions are important. From the moment patients arrive for their treatment experience, they will be greeted by friendly faces at Michael’s House Stabilization Center. Our dedicated team of intake coordinators knows how to make patients feel welcomed and taken care of from the very start. If patients are flying into Palm Springs from out of state, an intake coordinator will meet them at the airport. The Stabilization Center is unique, modern building with a serene dining area, rooms surrounding the pool, lounge areas, group rooms and staff offices. It provides a cool environment in the warm Palm Springs weather, and it fosters a regimen of healing for patients seeking recovery.
East Office San Diego Health Alliance
Location: El Cajon, CA - 92020
Contact Phone: (619) 579-8373
Website: http://www.crchealth.com
Description: Located at 234 N. Magnolia Avenue in El Cajon, California, the El Cajon Treatment Center/San Diego Health Alliance provides medically supervised methadone maintenance and Suboxone (buprenorphine) detox treatment to individuals who are attempting to overcome an addiction to or dependence upon heroin or other opioids. Methadone hydrochloride is a synthetic "opioid agonist," which means that it acts in a way that is similar to morphine and other narcotic medications. When used in proper doses as part of a medically supervised opioid addiction treatment program, methadone blocks cravings and other withdrawal symptoms without creating the euphoric or sedative states that result from opioid abuse. Buprenorphine is a partial opioid receptor agonist. Like methadone, buprenorphine can relieve opioid withdrawal symptoms without producing the intoxicating effects that are associated with opioid abuse. Buprenorphine was the first medication for the treatment of opioid dependence to be approved under the Drug Addiction Treatment Act of 2000. To be eligible for this type of treatment at the the El Cajon Treatment Center/San Diego Health Alliance, prospective patients much be at least 18 years old, and must have been addicted to or dependent upon opiates for a minimum of one year prior to seeking treatment.
Camp Recovery Center
Location: Scotts Valley, CA - 95066
Contact Phone: (831) 438-1868
Website: http://www.camprecovery.com
Description: Since 1984, The Camp Recovery Center has aided in the rehabilitation of thousands of addicted men, women and adolescents at our residential, 25-acre facility located in Northern California. It is within this tranquil environment that is nestled in the Redwoods of the Santa Cruz Mountains that we provide these individuals with the opportunity to participate in our highly structured and successful drug and alcohol rehab program. The Camp Recovery Center is licensed by the California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs, and certified by the Commission of Rehab Facilities (CARF). We maintain a strong reputation as a premier provider of specialized addiction treatment services.
Bridges Inc
Location: Sacramento, CA - 95826
Contact Phone: (916) 450-0700
Website: http://www.bridgesinc.net/
Description: Bridges Professional Treatment Services offers drug and alcohol treatment programs for adult men and women. Our unique programs provide quality treatment in the Sacramento area, which includes residential treatment, outpatient treatment, transitional living, and individual counseling.
South Bay Guidance Center Community Research Foundation Inc
Location: Chula Vista, CA - 91911
Contact Phone: (619) 427-4661
Website: http://www.comresearch.org
Description: The South Bay Guidance Wellness and Recovery Center's services are based on the principles of psychosocial rehabilitation, with emphasis on attending to the whole person and re-establishing one's life as a result of the consequences of mental illness, rather than simply attending to the symptoms of the illness. The services focus on recovery, rehabilitation, and community integration, and are individualized to meet the needs of each client. Clients actively participate in setting service plan goals and are encouraged to involve family and significant others in the recovery plan. The team at South Bay Guidance Wellness Recovery Center is multi-disciplinary, and consists of psychologists, marriage and family therapists, psychiatrists, nurses, and master's level psychology interns. In addition, the team at SBGWRC is bilingual and bicultural, across all disciplines, in order to linguistically and culturally address the needs of the large Latino population in the South region of San Diego. In addition to outpatient psychiatric services, the South Bay Guidance Wellness Recovery Center also has three specialized programs: Full Service Partnership Case Management, targeted services for Transition Aged Youth (aged 18-24) and Older Adults (aged 60+).
Harbor House Transitional Housing Harbor Lights
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94103
Contact Phone: (415) 503-3029
Website: http://sfharborlight.org
Description: Harbor House Transitional Housing is a state licensed chemical dependency program for single parent (mothers or fathers) homeless families seeking self-sufficiency. Harbor House provides an integrated environment that encourages confidence and independence through recovery, workforce development, education / skills enhancement, self sufficiency, and individual and family counseling. Harbor House staff is committed to sustaining families. Staff facilitates change within the families through a professional therapeutic process. Harbor House also offers employment guidance, job preparation, parenting class referrals, reunification court advocacy, and criminal justice court advocacy. Through partnerships, Harbor House is able to bridge the housing gap between primary chemical dependency programs, economic uncertainty, and single parent families in need; veterans, men, and women qualify for our services. Harbor House has a veterans program, again, with the same criteria as listed above, and is working with newly returned men and women, with children, who have served our country. Harbor House provides an environment that encourages self-esteem and independence. We also provide workforce development including job fairs, employer presentations, resumes, employment guidance, first source employers, retention guidance, job board, job preparation, computer lab, skills enhancement, and linkages to training/education. Additionally, we offer on site child therapy, parenting classes, reunification help, facilitation of process groups, and weekly house meetings, along with family oriented activities.
A Division Of Life Management Skills Addiction Alternatives
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90035-1152
Contact Phone: (310) 275-5433
Website: http://www.addictionalternatives.com
Description: Alternatives is located in Beverly Hills, California and offer nearby living options for out-of-town clients. Our program is the only program in the Los Angeles area offering both abstinence and moderation treatment goals for clients. If you're looking for the most evidence-based treatment around and the only program in the U.S. that will teach you to reduce your drinking and drink less instead of quitting drinking, you've found us!
Aegis Treatment Centers, Llc - Pasadena
Location: Pasadena, CA - 91104
Contact Phone: (626) 794-1161
Website: http://aegistreatmentcenters.com/
Description: Aegis Treatment Centers, LLC., ("Aegis") operates one of the largest networks of Narcotic Treatment Programs (NTPs), also known as Opiate Treatment Programs (OTPs), in the nation. In 1998, Aegis began implementation of a business plan that would upgrade its network into a state-of-the-art continuum of care, creating a model that has set the standard for OTP operations throughout the country. AEGIS' MISSION: Aegis’ goal is to support the successful recovery of its patients and improve the quality of their lives; Aegis is committed to providing evidence-based comprehensive treatment services incorporating multidisciplinary modalities; Aegis promotes the highest standard of patient care in the treatment of substance abuse and related medical, psychological and socio-economic conditions; Aegis and its staff members pursue excellence, integrity & commitment in the provision of effective patient care.
Project Recovery Council On Alcoholism And Drug Abuse
Location: Santa Barbara, CA - 93101
Contact Phone: (805) 564-6057
Website: http://cadasb.org/
Description: In 1986 the Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse purchased a charming city landmark building at the corner of Haley and Santa Barbara Streets. In 1989, the building became the home of Project Recovery, a low cost detox program utilizing counseling and acupuncture modalities. Project Recovery has expanded over the years to become a comprehensive adult treatment center housing a variety of outpatient treatment programs focusing on the needs of specific populations. Treatment is provided using a research-based curricula and delivered by state-certified Alcohol and Drug Counselors, as well as MFT interns and doctoral candidates.
San Diego Youth Services - Teen Options
Location: San Diego, CA - 92105
Contact Phone: (619) 521-2250
Website: http://www.sdyouthservices.org/
Description: Teen Options is designed to support pregnant and parenting adolescents who have a history of drug and/or alcohol use. Our focus in on recovery, the birth of drug-free babies, parenting and child development. Our goal is to provide a safe, supportive environment for recovering pregnant and parenting adolescents so they will learn to live a healthy lifestyle and become positive role models for their children. Any pregnant or parenting adolescent under the age of 18 who has a history of substance abuse is eligible for the no-cost services provided by Teen Options.
Horizon South Horizon Services
Location: San Jose, CA - 95128
Contact Phone: (408) 283-8555
Website: http://www.horizonservices.org
Description: Horizon South, a program of Horizon Services, Inc., is fully licensed and certified by the State of California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs to provide non-medical alcohol and drug detoxification and residential services for adult men. We have operated under contract with the Santa Clara County Health and Hospital System and the Department of Alcohol and Drug Services (DADS) since February 1, 1991, providing both service components in one facility. We provide services to adult men 18 years or older. We welcome men of ethnic and cultural diversity, men from the gay community, men with co-occurring disorders and other disabilities, and the elderly. Horizon South operates two separate programs: a ten-bed detoxification unit and a 31-bed residential program. Both programs are an integral part of the DADS Adult System of Care (ASOC) designed to provide a continuum of care for adults. Program
Foothill Aids Project
Location: San Bernardino, CA - 92408
Contact Phone: (909) 884-2722
Website: http://www.fapinfo.org
Description: FAP was founded in 1987 by a group of concerned residents who were driven to help their friends and loved ones stricken by HIV/AIDS who had nowhere else to turn and could no longer work full-time. In a group member's living room, this band of Samaritans pooled their own resources to help with buying groceries, rides to the doctor, paying utility bills, and feeding pets. As the HIV/AIDS epidemic evolved, so did FAP services. At the start of the epidemic, HIV was considered a death sentence. Services were designed to provide emergency measures to keep people housed, relatively healthy, and comfortable. Thanks to advances in medication and treatment, people are living much longer with HIV/AIDS. FAP's services focus on HIV as a chronic disease that needs regular and pro-active management, much like diabetes, hypertension, and others. FAP now offers a full spectrum of integrated programs and services in three counties that empower clients to manage their own long-term health goals. Integrated treatment and chronic care management, paired with stable housing planning and outreach provide many tools for people living with HIV/AIDS to live longer, healthier, and more stable lives.
Pacific Asian Alcohol And Drug Program
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90020
Contact Phone: (213) 738-3361
Website: http://www.paadp.org
Description: The mission of the Pacific Asian Alcohol and Drug Program (PAADP) is to enhance and enrich the quality of life of Los Angeles County residents by: providing alcohol and drug prevention, treatment and recovery services; supporting youth leadership and development; providing child and family services, housing referrals; and participation in collaborative activities with other health and human service providers and institutions. The Pacific Asian Alcohol and Drug Program (PAADP) operates on a humanistic and psychosocial philosophy. The goal of our program is to facilitate the growth of our clients/participants and enhance their capacities for self expression, understanding and integrity. This is attained through the clients/participants' own awareness and assessment of her/his needs, emotions, strengths, weaknesses, and acceptances of one's self. This is also attained by changing those environmental factors which impede or interfere with the progress of growth and self-fulfillment. All of these are accomplished by taking responsibility of our actions and feelings, and making the kind of life we want for ourselves regardless of challenges and barriers.
Van Ness Recovery House
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90068
Contact Phone: (323) 463-4266
Website: http://www.vannessrecovery.org/
Description: The Van Ness Recovery House is a licensed and certified alcohol and drug recovery home designed to provide opportunities to the gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, transgender and heterosexual communities. All services are offered in both English and Spanish. We provide a highly structured and safe environment, where the residents learn how to make healthy life choices while receiving direct experience with the 12 steps of recovery through an intense schedule of meetings, alcohol/drug education and discussion groups
K.c. Services - Garden Grove West Office
Location: Garden Grove, CA - 92841
Contact Phone: (714) 539-4544
Website: http://www.kcservices.org/
Description: K.C. Services began in 1975 as the vision of an immigrant church in Los Angeles to provide social services and community outreach to the influx of Koreans coming to Southern California. Over the next three decades K.C. Services focus widened as the agency began to service the general population with behavioral health services, as well as expanding locations to Orange County. Today, K.C. Services continues to offer comprehensive substance abuse and family violence treatment programs to the linguistically and culturally underserved populations of Los Angeles and Orange Counties. The mission of K.C. Services is to enhance the quality of life for individuals and communities by providing comprehensive treatment and prevention programs to those suffering from substance abuse and family violence.
Youth Services Bayview Hunters Point Foundation
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94124
Contact Phone: (415) 822-1585
Website: http://www.bayviewci.org/
Description: The Bayview Hunters Point Foundation for Community Improvement, Inc. is a non-profit community-based human services agency founded in 1971. The Youth Service provides drug treatment counseling and home supervision for juvenile probationers. The Youth Service is available to young people between the ages of 11 and 18. Prospective clients are referred to a program counselor who discusses services, the intake process, and program objectives. Following initial discussion with a counselor, an intake and assessment appointment is scheduled. During the first appointment session, the intake process is further explained and required program and service documents are completed. A tour of the facility is provided and any questions posed by the potential client are addressed. On satisfactory completion of intake documents and the initial building of the counselor/client relationship, participation in the Youth Services activities can begin. Youth Services Program activities occur Monday through Friday. Scheduled events outside normal program hours are also available for youth participants.
Recovery Services/the Recovery Center Inland Valley Drug And Alcohol
Location: Upland, CA - 91786
Contact Phone: (909) 949-4667
Website: http://www.inlandvalleyrecovery.com
Description: Inland Valley Drug and Alcohol Recovery Services (IVRS) is a not-for-profit corporation that has been providing low to no-cost substance abuse recovery and counseling services since 1962. First incorporated as Counseling Associates, the agency has grown in size and stature. IVRS has grown into a continuum of care network offering an array of substance abuse services including detoxification, residential and outpatient treatment, aftercare, education, individual and group counseling, along with primary & secondary prevention services. In addition, we operate licensed, court-approved domestic violence batterer’s treatment alternatives. IVRS is headquartered in the City of Upland, in the County San Bernardino (Southern California). Each year, IVRS serves approximately 5,000 individuals through a variety of substance abuse recovery, treatment and prevention services. IVRS is staffed by a qualified, caring multi-disciplinary team of administrators, counselors, therapists and support staff, including bilingual English/Spanish, who meet the California Department of Health Care Services licensing & certification requirements.
Countywide Alcohol And Drug Services Cads Inc
Location: Campbell, CA - 95008
Contact Phone: (408) 370-9688
Website: http://www.drug-rehabilitation.com/
Description: Founded in 1991, Support Systems is an internationally accredited, state licensed substance abuse treatment program dedicated to the innovative and cost-effective treatment of chemical dependency. Based in Northern California, our facilities offer a comprehensive structure of treatment programs, sober living environments, and services for those suffering from the diseases of alcoholism and drug addiction.
Aegis Treatment Centers, Llc - Santa Maria
Location: Santa Maria, CA - 93454
Contact Phone: (805) 922-6597
Website: http://aegistreatmentcenters.com/
Description: Aegis Treatment Centers, LLC., ("Aegis") operates one of the largest networks of Narcotic Treatment Programs (NTPs), also known as Opiate Treatment Programs (OTPs), in the nation. In 1998, Aegis began implementation of a business plan that would upgrade its network into a state-of-the-art continuum of care, creating a model that has set the standard for OTP operations throughout the country. AEGIS' MISSION: Aegis’ goal is to support the successful recovery of its patients and improve the quality of their lives; Aegis is committed to providing evidence-based comprehensive treatment services incorporating multidisciplinary modalities; Aegis promotes the highest standard of patient care in the treatment of substance abuse and related medical, psychological and socio-economic conditions; Aegis and its staff members pursue excellence, integrity & commitment in the provision of effective patient care.
Short Term I/res Alcohol/drug Services Crash
Location: San Diego, CA - 92105
Contact Phone: (619) 282-7274
Website: http://www.crashinc.org/
Description: An intensive 90-day residential treatment program for adult males.The focus is on individual responsibility for recovery and productive reentry into the community. Clients participate in individual recovery planning and counseling, group problem-solving exercises, vocational services, alcohol and other drug education, and workshops on relapse prevention. Family night, supervised parent-child visitation, and recreational and social activities, and continuing aftercare services are also important elements of the program design. No service will be refused due to a client's inability to pay.
Adult Services/chico Butte County Dept Of Behavioral Health
Location: Chico, CA - 95926
Contact Phone: (530) 891-2784
Website: https://www.buttecounty.net/behavioralhealth/
Description: Adult Outpatient Centers provide assessment, diagnosis, and treatment to individuals requiring mental health or dual diagnosis treatment. The outpatient treatment team consists of trained professionals including psychiatrists, licensed therapists, psychiatric technicians, counselors, and support staff. Focus areas include mental health and substance abuse assessment, psychiatric assessment and evaluation for medication, medication monitoring, limited individual counseling, group counseling, bilingual counseling services, interpreter services, benefits services, and community services referral.
Yellowstone West Womens Recovery Of California
Location: Costa Mesa, CA - 92626
Contact Phone: (888) 941-9048
Website: http://www.yellowstonerecovery.com
Description: Yellowstone Recovery's drug rehab in Orange County, CA has been helping women and men break free from a life of drugs and alcohol since 1997. In 17 years we have provided over 5000 clients with the tools they need to maintain long term sobriety.
K.c. Services - Los Angeles Office
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90004
Contact Phone: (323) 668-9007
Website: http://www.kcservices.org/
Description: K.C. Services began in 1975 as the vision of an immigrant church in Los Angeles to provide social services and community outreach to the influx of Koreans coming to Southern California. Over the next three decades K.C. Services focus widened as the agency began to service the general population with behavioral health services, as well as expanding locations to Orange County. Today, K.C. Services continues to offer comprehensive substance abuse and family violence treatment programs to the linguistically and culturally underserved populations of Los Angeles and Orange Counties. The mission of K.C. Services is to enhance the quality of life for individuals and communities by providing comprehensive treatment and prevention programs to those suffering from substance abuse and family violence.
Aurora Street Clinic San Joaquin County
Location: Stockton, CA - 95202
Contact Phone: (209) 468-9600
Website: http://www.co.san-joaquin.ca.us/OSA
Description: Substance Abuse Services is responsible for the coordination of alcohol and drug treatment and prevention efforts in San Joaquin County. We provide a range of drug and alcohol treatment services for residents of San Joaquin County, including outpatient, day treatment and residential treatment services. Prevention services offered include programs designed to build youth leadership skills, offer alternatives, and develop awareness of the impact of drugs and alcohol on our community.
Lifelink Perinatal Services/women/children Center Point Inc
Location: San Rafael, CA - 94901
Contact Phone: (415) 459-2395
Website: http://cpinc.org
Description: Center Point's innovative, gender-responsive, trauma informed program provides a comprehensive array of services for pregnant women and women with children who face homelessness, unemployment, trauma, abuse, domestic violence, criminal behavior, mental health and substance use disorders. Women and children's programs provide services to families in California and Oklahoma. Program graduates have achieved remarkable success: 70% of the women remained employed and reunited with their families following completion of the program; over 90% remained abstinent and free of child welfare involvement; over half had regained custody of their minor children; and more than 85% were employed and had secured stable housing. Center Point's Women and Children's programs serve over 120 mothers, infants and children each year. In California, pregnant women and women with children of up to 6 years reside in family-style units for 3 to 6 months and in specialized transitional housing for up to 24 months. In September 2002, Center Point expanded women and children's treatment services to include gender-responsive outpatient services in Marin, creating a more comprehensive continuum of care.
Angel Step Too Southern California Alcohol And Drug Programs Inc
Location: Bellflower, CA - 90706
Contact Phone: (562) 461-9272
Website: http://www.scadpinc.org/
Description: Southern California Alcohol and Drug Programs, Inc. (SCADP) was established in 1972 in a grassroots effort by community volunteers seeking alternatives to prison for those individuals with substance use disorder (SUD). SCADP is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization providing more than 500 residential treatment beds and outpatient counseling to over 1,500 individuals. Angel Step II (Too) is a 6 month program designed to address co-occurring issues of substance and domestic violence. It provides comprehensive domestic violence counseling, substance use disorder treatment, life and job skills. Angel Step II also provides treatment, parenting, counseling for mothers and children, and psychiatric assessments and follow up for the adults.
The Recovery Center Nancy Clark And Associates
Location: Costa Mesa, CA - 92627
Contact Phone: (949) 646-2340
Website: http://www.nancyclark.net/
Description: The Recovery Center is a State Licensed, State Certified; probation approved residential drug and alcohol treatment program located in Costa Mesa, California. We are dedicated to helping those that are suffering from drug and alcohol addiction in finding a life worth living.
Access Butte County Dept Of Behavioral Health
Location: Chico, CA - 95926
Contact Phone: (530) 891-2771
Website: https://www.buttecounty.net/behavioralhealth/
Description: Our Mission: "Partner with individuals, families and the community for recovery from serious mental health and substance abuse issues and to promote wellness, resiliency and hope."
Main Street Unit School Ten
Location: Santa Ana, CA - 92707
Contact Phone: (714) 547-7571
Website: http://www.schoolteninc.com/
Description: School Ten Inc. is committed to providing you with the highest quality service and experience. This DUI program was established in 1979 with one mission in mind.... to educate drivers to the perils of drinking and driving. School Ten Inc. operates within Orange County. The program's aim is to teach about drinking and driving, the ramifications, and reasons.
Fresno New Connections
Location: Fresno, CA - 93726
Contact Phone: (559) 248-1548
Website: http://www.fresnonewconnections.com/
Description: Fresno New connections, formerly ADAC, has been serving our community since 1975. Fresno New Connections is one of the premier providers of Alcohol and Other Drug treatment. For 32 years, the agency has provided comprehensive community based, culturally sensitive care. Fresno New connections is a 501-c3, private non-profit organization and certified by the state of California. It is Fresno New connections philosophy that chemical dependency is a disease that effects the whole person; spiritually, emotionally and physically. Recovery is defined as learning to live comfortably without the use of mood or mind-altering drugs, Personal responsibility and self-awareness are emphasized throughout the treatment experience. Fresno New Connections stands ready to assist you or someone you know in the pursuit of a sober, healthy future.
Newport Coast Recovery
Location: Newport Beach, CA - 92661
Contact Phone: (800) 990-9691
Website: http://www.newportcoastrecovery.com
Description: Newport Coast Recovery (NCR) is a state licensed and certified inpatient drug and alcohol treatment facility offering gender specific treatment for men with addiction and co-occurring disorders. Our highly structured live-in program is 12 step based that incorporates a holistic philosophy. All of our case managers are state certified alcohol and drug counselors and our therapists are professionally licensed. Clients at NCR receive both group and individual counseling, they participate in educational lectures and process groups on addiction, dual diagnosis, relapse prevention, stress/anger management, self esteem and character development classes, as well as attend 12-step meetings. An individualized treatment plan will be developed based on the results of psychological testing and one-on-one interviews with a counselor and a therapist, and will be updated and evaluated on a weekly basis.
O'toole Center Project Ninety Inc
Location: San Mateo, CA - 94401
Contact Phone: (650) 579-7881
Website: http://www.projectninety.org/
Description: For more than three decades, Project Ninety, Inc. has served individuals, families and the Bay Area community through its residential alcohol and substance abuse treatment services. What began in 1972 as a humble idea has grown into a premier human services organization with over 200 treatment beds. We are a California Alcohol and Drug Programs (ADP) licensed, nonprofit residential substance abuse treatment program with facilities in two Northern California counties (Santa Clara and San Mateo). Through the years, Project Ninety has treated more than 20,000 individuals suffering from the disease of addiction. Project Ninety’s services are designed to treat the diverse communities in which we live. We provide services to adult men and women whose circumstances are varied. They might be homeless, highly educated/skilled, and straight from prison or jail, unemployable or have limited language skills. All these people have an addiction to substances in common, regardless of their socioeconomic standing, race, cultural background, education, age, or their life experience.
Bakersfield Recovery Services Inc. - Intensive Outpatient Services
Location: Bakersfield, CA - 93305
Contact Phone: (661) 637-2187
Website: http://www.jasonsretreat.com
Description: BRS Inc. is a private nonprofit agency in Bakersfield, California that offers residential-based treatment for adult men and women struggling with alcoholism and/or addiction. Our programs offer proven 12-Step recovery principles in non-medical, social model settings. We have a men’s program (Jason’s Retreat); a women’s program (Capistrano Community for Women) a program for pregnant women (Capistrano-Lincoln Street Retreat for Perinatal) and an Intensive co-ed outpatient program (Jason’s Retreat Intensive Outpatient). In addition to our residential treatment and sober living program BRS, Inc. provides Outpatient Treatment for men and women. Outpatient treatment are for those clients who have a history of substance abuse and need a stable, drug free environment with only moderate supervision. Clients in this treatment are required to attend a weekly individual counseling sessions, as well as multiple group counseling sessions and self-help meetings (i.e. AA or NA). Treatment is provided over a six month period for most clients.
Baker Street House Baker Places
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94115
Contact Phone: (415) 567-1498
Website: http://www.bakerplaces.org
Description: Baker Places, Inc. is committed to providing a comprehensive array of high quality services to adults with mental health, substance abuse, and HIV/AIDS related issues. The agency is dedicated to assisting individuals in learning and regaining the skills to live their lives fully and productively in the community. This social rehabilitation approach guides and unifies all Baker Places' programs. Services are aimed at being accessible, flexible, consumer driven, and culturally competent. Baker Places, Inc. was founded in 1964 with seed money from Glide Methodist Church, to assist people who were reentering the community after long term institutional care. Our first site is located at 730 Baker Street, and explains the origin of our name. In 1969 Baker Places, Inc. incorporated as a tax exempt nonprofit corporation. Baker Places, Inc. has contracts with the City and County of San Francisco through the Department of Public Health and is also the recipient of other major Federal grants, including Ryan White CARE funds.
Ark Shields For Families
Location: Lynwood, CA - 90262
Contact Phone: (323) 357-6930
Website: http://www.shieldsforfamilies.org/
Description: The Ark program provides comprehensive drug treatment and rehabilitation services to drug affected individuals while supporting family stability and promoting social and economic self-sufficiency. The Ark is an outpatient program that services clients through a non-traditional intensive treatment model in both English and Spanish which includes counseling, life skills, educational/vocational services, health education, parenting, mental health and relapse prevention for both men and women. The goals of the Ark program are to support the successful, long-term recovery of our clients and allow them the ability to live full and productive lives. We provide a new beginning for individuals and families affected by drugs in South Central Los Angeles. We strengthen the family and community by building skills through education, counseling and support and assist individuals and families in developing positive ways to deal with life. Our services strengthen families through comprehensive and collaborative services such as Mental Health, Individual and Group Counseling, Education and Vocational Services, Life Skills, Drug and Alcohol Education, Health Education, Parenting, Relapse Prevention, Crisis Intervention, Case Management, Court Advocacy and Anger Management while supporting family stability and promoting social and economic self-sufficiency. Primary treatment services are based upon assessment of the individual and the development of a service plan to address those identified needs. Duration and intensity of services are determined based on the service plan, however average length of stay is between 6-12 months. In addition, specific treatment services are available for General Relief Recipients refereed by the Department of Public Social Services. Lifetime aftercare is available to all program graduates.
Childrens Hospital Of Los Angeles
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90027
Contact Phone: (323) 660-2450
Website: http://www.chla.org/
Description: Children's Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit hospital for pediatric care. CHLA has been named the best children’s hospital on the West Coast and is among the top five in the nation for clinical excellence with its selection to the prestigious U.S. News & World Report Honor Roll. CHLA is home to The Saban Research Institute, one of the largest and most productive pediatric research facilities in the United States. CHLA is also one of America's premier teaching hospitals through its affiliation since 1932 with the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California. Each year, we provide more than 104,000 children with pediatric health care in a setting designed just for their needs. We are a research hospital and believe that it is through research that we can improve the delivery of care to the children of the future.
Center Point Residential Program
Location: San Rafael, CA - 94901
Contact Phone: (415) 454-9444
Website: http://www.cpinc.org/
Description: Center Point’s mission is to provide comprehensive social, educational, vocational, medical, psychological, housing and rehabilitation services to combat social problems such as substance abuse, poverty, unemployment and homelessness. Center Point offers rehabilitation and treatment services that interrupt the abusive cycles of psychological, social and economic dislocation by providing critical training and support so that individuals and families can claim self-worth and dignity. enter Point's integrated, comprehensive program of counseling, skills training and supportive services stops the downward spiral of substance abuse and teaches community integration training. Center Point's residential programs seek to restore the dignity, values and self-esteem of each client. Residential programs include an intensive, psycho-educational approach as well as therapeutic services such as cognitive, behavioral and psychosocial skills training. Vocational and career preparation skills assist in workforce development and employment.
Pasadena Hurlbut Street Pacific Clinics
Location: Pasadena, CA - 91105
Contact Phone: (626) 441-4221
Website: http://www.pacificclinics.org
Description: Pacific Clinics has been providing behavioral and mental healthcare services to families in the greater San Gabriel Valley area since 1926. Today, it has more than 75 service locations in Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino, Riverside, and Ventura Counties.
Adolescent Treatment Program Council On Alcoholism And Drug Abuse
Location: Santa Maria, CA - 93454
Contact Phone: (805) 925-8860
Website: http://cadasb.org/
Description: The mission of the Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse is building a safer, healthier community by preventing and treating alcoholism and drug abuse. In pursuit of this mission, CADA seeks to: Prevent alcoholism and drug abuse through education and public awareness; Intervene when symptoms of the problem appear and provide alternative activities, support, and treatment; Encourage proper diagnosis, treatment and continuum of care for individuals and families with alcoholism, other drug addictions and related problems. To achieve its mission, CADA: Gives special emphasis to improving the awareness and understanding of leaders, educators, health professionals and the media about the disease of alcoholism and other drug addiction diseases; their medical complications and the related social problems: crime, violence, AIDS, healthcare costs, homelessness, and the economy; Gathers and disseminates valid public educational information about use of alcohol and other drugs, alcoholism, other drug addictions and related problems; Offers information about alcoholism and other drug addiction diseases and referral to appropriate treatment services; Provides treatment and relapse prevention programs. CADA works cooperatively with a wide variety of groups and individuals to address concerns about alcoholism, other drug addictions and related problems. CADA is the administrative agency for Santa Barbara Fighting Back, a community collaborative to reduce the demand for alcohol and drugs in South Santa Barbara County.
Madera Access Point
Location: Madera, CA - 93638
Contact Phone: (559) 673-3508
Website: http://www.madera-county.com/
Description: Madera Access Point (MAP) – CalWORKS. A collaborative program providing counseling, employment development services and additional support/educational groups for CalWORKS participants with identifiable barriers of mental health, substance abuse, and domestic violence issues.
Choices In Recovery/humble House Bethesda Recovery Center
Location: Vista, CA - 92083
Contact Phone: (760) 945-5290
Website: http://www.choicesinrecovery.org/
Description: Choices is a nonprofit residential and outpatient treatment program, formed to assist the individual and the family to identify, assess and implement their own responsibility for recovery from drug and/or alcohol dependency.
Hacienda Valdez Ranch Recovery Centers Inc
Location: Desert Hot Springs, CA - 92240
Contact Phone: (760) 329-2959
Website: http://www.ranchrecovery.org
Description: The Ranch Recovery Centers, Inc. are dedicated to helping men and women begin their recovery from the devastating and far-reaching effects of alcoholism and drug dependency.
Avalon Carver Community Center
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90011
Contact Phone: (323) 232-4391
Website: http://www.avalon-carver.org
Description: The Avalon-Carver Community Center has been a multi-service resource to low-income individuals and families in south-central Los Angeles, CA since 1940. Founded with community funds, the Center has expanded over the years to offer a variety of publicly and privately funded programs for low income families and those impacted by the abuse of alcohol and other addictive substances. The mission of the Avalon-Carver Community Center is to care for the physical, mental and spiritual needs of individuals and families in south central Los Angeles whose lives have been severely disrupted by the use of alcohol and other addictive substances. It hopes to change the attitudes and negative behaviors of it’s clients for the purpose of returning them to productive and satisfying roles within the community. The Center hopes to effect these changes by offering a full range of direct and supportive services that will holistically address the needs of clients, their families and the community at large.
K.c. Services - Irvine Office
Location: Irvine, CA - 92618
Contact Phone: (949) 654-9163
Website: http://www.kcservices.org/
Description: K.C. Services began in 1975 as the vision of an immigrant church in Los Angeles to provide social services and community outreach to the influx of Koreans coming to Southern California. Over the next three decades K.C. Services focus widened as the agency began to service the general population with behavioral health services, as well as expanding locations to Orange County. Today, K.C. Services continues to offer comprehensive substance abuse and family violence treatment programs to the linguistically and culturally underserved populations of Los Angeles and Orange Counties. The mission of K.C. Services is to enhance the quality of life for individuals and communities by providing comprehensive treatment and prevention programs to those suffering from substance abuse and family violence.
Phoenix House Academy Of Los Angeles
Location: Sylmar, CA - 91342
Contact Phone: (818) 686-3191
Website: http://www.phoenixhouse.org/
Description: Our compassionate care and family counseling help teens launch healthy and substance-free lives. Established in 1994, Phoenix House Academy in Los Angeles is an evidence-based residential treatment program for 110 youth ages 13-18 affected by co-occurring substance abuse and/or mental health disorders. Residents attend a fully-accredited on-site high school while receiving comprehensive treatment services, including: individual and group counseling (mental health, substance abuse, trauma, and anger management); family therapy (parent education, group counseling); art and music therapy; cultural and recreational activities; and a broad range of life skills training. The Academy’s extensive grounds feature two-person bedrooms, classrooms, sports facilities, gyms, a computer lab, and a fully-equipped professional music studio – home to the Phoenix Rising Music Program. Phoenix House Academy’s Outpatient Services offer outpatient and intensive outpatient day treatment to teens ages 13-20 who struggle with substance-use-related disorders. Services include individual and group counseling: mental health counseling; case management; educational workshops; family services; and sober recreational opportunities. Evidence-based substance abuse and mental health treatment techniques are used to address such issues as trauma, depression, anger management, and behavioral disorders. Youth and family counseling is also available in the community in local high schools. Drug and Alcohol Prevention Services are provided in schools and communities of north-east San Fernando Valley. In 2008, Phoenix House Academy received the designation of “evidence-based practice” by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration’s (SAMHSA) and was placed on the National Registry of Evidence-Based Programs and Practices. The Academy is licensed by the California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs. It is fully accredited to provide treatment for co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders by the California Alliance of Child and Family Services and by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).
Felicity House
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90034
Contact Phone: (310) 837-3042
Website: http://www.felicityhouse.com/
Description: Felicity House was established in 1974 by a group of concerned citizens at a time when there were only a handful of alcohol recovery facilities in the entire nation, and almost none offering help exclusively to women. It remains one of the few affordable women's recovery homes in West Los Angeles. As a non-profit organization, Felicity House currently offers up to 8 women at a time, a safe, long-term, structured environment away from the stresses and triggers that make staying sober so difficult in early recovery. Under the leadership of Executive Director Sherri Talbert Caruso and a volunteer board of directors, Felicity House uses peer group support, one-on-one guidance and a 12-step philosophy to help residents gain a firm foundation in recovery. Curfews, required 12-step meetings, chores and goal-setting are tools that help the women cope with the chaos their chemically dependent lifestyles have wrought. Without these tools and this safe haven, the difficulty of job re-entry, personal, financial and legal problems, and the baggage of mental, physical and emotional abuse, both self-inflicted and otherwise, might overwhelm them, leading them back to alcohol and drugs.
Van Nuys American Health Services
Location: Van Nuys, CA - 91411
Contact Phone: (818) 779-0555
Website: http://www.americanhealthservices.org/
Description: Established in 1983, Eldorado Community Service Centers, American Health Services, and their affiliated healthcare providers hold over 30 years of experience providing medical, mental health, and substance abuse treatment services. We are committed to excellence and dedicated to the wellness of the communities we serve. Our leadership team is comprised of a unique set of individuals with expertise in, and a keen understanding, of the healthcare environment.
Aegis Treatment Centers, Llc - Hesperia
Location: Hesperia, CA - 92345
Contact Phone: (760) 956-2462
Website: http://aegistreatmentcenters.com/
Description: Aegis Treatment Centers, LLC., ("Aegis") operates one of the largest networks of Narcotic Treatment Programs (NTPs), also known as Opiate Treatment Programs (OTPs), in the nation. In 1998, Aegis began implementation of a business plan that would upgrade its network into a state-of-the-art continuum of care, creating a model that has set the standard for OTP operations throughout the country. AEGIS' MISSION: Aegis’ goal is to support the successful recovery of its patients and improve the quality of their lives; Aegis is committed to providing evidence-based comprehensive treatment services incorporating multidisciplinary modalities; Aegis promotes the highest standard of patient care in the treatment of substance abuse and related medical, psychological and socio-economic conditions; Aegis and its staff members pursue excellence, integrity & commitment in the provision of effective patient care.
Gridley Outpatient Family Services Butte County Alcohol And Drug Services
Location: Gridley, CA - 95948
Contact Phone: (530) 846-7305
Website: http://www.buttecounty.net/behavioralhealth/
Description: Our Mission: "Partner with individuals, families and the community for recovery from serious mental health and substance abuse issues and to promote wellness, resiliency and hope." Behavioral Health provides services for individuals in crisis, for youth, for adults and for alcohol and drug treatment. Services are provided in Chico, Paradise, Oroville, Gridley and rural communities. We are here to Help. Adult Outpatient Centers provide assessment, diagnosis, and treatment to individuals requiring mental health or dual diagnosis treatment. The outpatient treatment team consists of trained professionals including psychiatrists, licensed therapists, psychiatric technicians, counselors, and support staff. Focus areas include mental health and substance abuse assessment, psychiatric assessment and evaluation for medication, medication monitoring, limited individual counseling, group counseling, bilingual counseling services, interpreter services, benefits services, and community services referral.
Mary Lind Recovery Centers - Bimini Recovery Center
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90004
Contact Phone: (213) 388-5423
Website: http://www.marylind.org
Description: For more than 50 years, Mary Lind Recovery Centers has provided residential substance abuse recovery services to homeless men and women throughout Southern California. Mary Lind's primary service area is central Los Angeles, including downtown’s Skid Row and the Westlake District’s MacArthur Park. This area has the highest poverty rate in Los Angeles County (33%) as well as the majority of the County’s homeless substance abusers. At any one time, we serve more than 300 men and women, most of whom are homeless, at our Royal Palms, Bimini and Rena B. recovery homes. Our mission is to provide the opportunity for the chronically welfare-dependent alcoholic and/or addict to become a sober, self-supporting citizen. We believe that recovery, adult education, and job preparedness work together to resurrect lives. We also believe that education gains and employment preparation increase the odds of sustaining recovery.
Drug Court Southern California Alcohol And Drug Programs Inc
Location: Paramount, CA - 90723
Contact Phone: (562) 272-4004
Website: http://www.scadpinc.org/
Description: Southern California Alcohol and Drug Programs, Inc. (SCADP) was established in 1972 in a grassroots effort by community volunteers seeking alternatives to prison for those individuals with substance use disorder (SUD). SCADP is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization providing more than 500 residential treatment beds and outpatient counseling to over 1,500 individuals. The Southeast Regional Drug Court is a three-phase, 9-12 month outpatient Substance Use Disorder treatment program. Counselors provide Suitability Assessments upon the Commissioner's request and will appear in court with assessment results to make a recommendation that an individual be referred to the Drug Court Program. Each of the 3 phases lasts approximately 90 days and maintains strict eligibility requirements.
San Mateo County/elms House Womens Recovery Association
Location: San Mateo, CA - 94401
Contact Phone: (650) 348-6603
Website: http://www.womensrecovery.org
Description: The Women’s Recovery Association exists to restore women of all ages and circumstances to a life of dignity and respect, free from the effects of substance abuse. The Elms was opened in 1980 with a grant from the County of San Mateo. It is our largest facility, with the capacity to serve fifteen women. The Elms was renovated in 2010, with a new kitchen and disabled access.
Touchstones
Location: Orange, CA - 92856
Contact Phone: (714) 639-5542
Website: http://www.socialmodelrecovery.org/
Description: Being a teenager in today’s turbulent society is tougher than in any previous generation. Peer pressure to become involved in high risk activities is at a record level. Every day headlines scream of gang wars, soaring dropout rates and children giving birth to children. Use of alcohol and other drugs is common in these situations. Tragically, alcohol related accidents are the highest cause of death among teens, with suicide a close second. Touchstones offers treatment to adolescents experiencing the negative effects of alcohol and other drugs with a comprehensive system of recovery services to teens and their families. While in treatment, abstinence from alcohol and other drugs is a requirement for those choosing to begin a life of recovery. Recovery relies on changing life habits. At Touchstones, teens gradually develop coping skills by finding a voice within the community. As they realize self esteem and self worth, they develop new attitudes and become increasingly capable of making healthy, responsible decisions about their behavior. Treatment modules include residential and non-residential phases with emphasis on family recovery and support services, providing group and individual counseling, introduction to community 12-step groups and formal academic instruction. Orange Unified School District provides a school on the property where many of our residents are able to maintain their educational requirements. Although many adolescents are behind in school credits when they enter treatment, the majority leave Touchstones with more credits than they would have earned in a traditional school environment.
Recovery Systems Associates
Location: Modesto, CA - 95350
Contact Phone: (209) 527-9797
Website: http://www.newhope-recovery.org/
Description: Recovery Systems Associates was established in Modesto, CA in 1988 as an outpatient relapse prevention/treatment program. The outpatient program was modeled after groundbreaking work in the addiction field done by Terry Gorski, Merlene Miller and Stephanie Brown. The residential portion of treatment “New Hope” was established in 1989 as a men’s recovery home here in Modesto. By June of 1990 New Hope Recovery moved to a new location and became a coed treatment program. In December 2002, both Recovery Systems and New Hope Recovery moved to our current location on Orangeburg Ave. in Modesto, California. Initially New Hope Recovery was licensed under the State of California Community Care Licensing program. By 1990 licensing was moved to the Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs and we have maintained our license and certification ever since then. Founder, Gene Radino, established Recovery Systems/New Hope because of the need within the community. At the time New Hope Recovery was established, most programs were based in Hospitals and cost prohibitive. Additionally, many clients were restricted in their treatment efforts due to the limits of insurance benefits. We developed a good program, which is cost effective and affordable for many people. With a lot of help from therapists in the community, as well as members of the 12-Step community, New Hope continues to maintain its integrity as a well-established program with integrity. In addition to the service we have provided over the past 20 plus years, we have consulted for various programs from Fresno, California to Sacramento, California. Modesto Junior College, Memorial Hospital, Emanuel Medical Center, Modesto Psychiatric Center, and many other agencies have received training in relapse prevention and treatment from New Hope Recovery and its staff. Our reputation in the community for being a highly effective and ethical program within this community speaks for itself. There are Alumni in the community with more than 20 years clean who continue to speak fondly of their experience at New Hope Recovery. We’re confident that your experience will be the same.
The Treatment Center For Men Michaels House
Location: Palm Springs, CA - 92262
Contact Phone: (760) 416-7951
Website: http://www.michaelshouse.com
Description: The Men’s Center at Michael’s House is a place where men can find solid ground in recovery. Its strength-based curriculum enables men to process and problem-solve, recognize positive and negative patterns, build character, find balance and establish life goals. The experienced staff at the Men’s Center facilitate patients’ renewal and recovery in a way that stabilizes and builds them up so that they are prepared to overcome challenges and respond to life with new coping skills and healthy behaviors. Our positive, affirming program paves the way for men to achieve and sustain long-term recovery.
Creative Care Inc
Location: Malibu, CA - 90265
Contact Phone: (800) 832-3280
Website: http://www.creativecareinc.com
Description: Through a careful listening and observing of each individual, we diagnose what co-occurring disorders might be amplifying their addictions. What emerges is a customized yet clinically sound treatment that allows us to more effectively help our clients change their addictive behavior patterns. Together, we can deal with these underlying problems and sort out their causes and effects. By discovering the “why,” we reduce the chances that the patient will relapse into a chemically dependent life style. In addition to drug and Alcohol Addiction we are experts in treating: Personality Disorders, Mood Disorders, Depression, Bipolar Illness, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Psychiatric Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Food Addiction
Central Born Free Program
Location: Martinez, CA - 94553
Contact Phone: (925) 646-1165
Website: http://www.cchealth.org
Description: Pregnant and Parenting Women - AODS women services provide drug and alcohol abuse prevention, education, and intervention integrated with prenatal health care. In addition to alcohol and other drug information, education about pregnancy, parenting, health in general, self esteem and life skills are provided. AOD Prevention services collaborates with Family, Maternal and Child Services (FMCH) First Five and WIC to help reduce and reverse the negative consequences of substance use and abuse during pregnancy improving health outcomes and wellness through service coordination and professional training. Also known as SBIR or Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Resources, our services are provided at the three Healthy Start Clinics, WIC centers, Labor and Delivery and Post Partum at Contra Costa Regional Medical Center.
Bhc Alhambra Hospital Inc
Location: Rosemead, CA - 91770
Contact Phone: (626) 286-1191
Website: http://www.bhcalhambra.com
Description: The mission of BHC Alhambra Hospital is to develop, implement and manage, in the most ethical and efficient manner, a network of superior behavioral health services with optimal client outcome.
Transition Place
Location: Clearlake, CA - 95422
Contact Phone: (707) 995-9608
Website: http://www.lake.org/transitionplace/
Description: Transition Place community employs a therapeutic community model; using individual counseling with certified counselors and group therapy to aid the resident in accepting personal responsiblity and identifying negative behavior patterns. We aid in altering these patterns thought a Holistic approach, to the healing of human beings. Funding is provided by labor exchange. Your attorney, probation officer, or parole officer must refer incarcerated individuals to the program as an alternative to incarceration. The treatment model employed at Transition Place Community has been demonstrated to be highly effective, particularly for individuals who have not found success with programs based on a 12-step approach. Criminal Justice-Social Re-Entry and New Dawn, Second Chance, Programs are for a minimal of 2 years or more, Court-ordered.
Total Family Support Clinic
Location: Sylmar, CA - 91342
Contact Phone: (818) 833-9789
Website: http://www.totalfamilysupport.org/
Description: Total Family Support Clinic (TFSC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit community-based agency that provides comprehensive social services, including outpatient substance abuse treatment and prevention as well as a multitude of services designed to meet the mental health and wellness needs of individuals and families throughout Los Angeles County.
Community Services Center Inc El Hogar Mental Health And
Location: Sacramento, CA - 95834
Contact Phone: (916) 441-0226
Website: http://www.elhogarinc.org/
Description: El Hogar Community Services, Inc has been in existence since 1977, originally created under the auspices of the Sacramento Concilio to provide mental health services to the Latino community. It is from these beginnings the agency took its name, which translates to “The Home” in English. Over the years, El Hogar expanded its services beyond its original client base and has evolved to address the needs of our diverse cultural and ethnic community.
Blythe Drug Court
Location: Blythe, CA - 92225
Contact Phone: (760) 921-5000
Website: http://www.rcdmh.org/
Description: Riverside County operates four adult offender drug court programs in Riverside County (Blythe, Indio, Riverside, and Southwest). Drug Courts are highly structured, intensive treatment programs designed for felony, non-violent substance abuse offenders. Drug Courts require a collaborative approach that includes teams comprised of the Superior Court, Probation, District Attorney, Public Defender and the Department of Mental Health. The goals of the Drug Courts are to eliminate drug use and criminal behavior among the participants, save state tax dollars associated with prison costs by diverting participants from imprisonment and to reduce court calendar congestion and associated costs. Drug Courts Work!
Ebony Counseling Center
Location: Bakersfield, CA - 93304
Contact Phone: (661) 324-4756
Website: http://www.ebonycounselingcenter.com/
Description: Ebony Counseling Center, a community-based 501 (c) (3), non-profit organization, was founded in 1972 to address an unmet need in the African-American community to combat alcohol and drug abuse related problems. The agency mission is to provide a treatment and recovery program that identifies with the cultural mix of the community and the targeted geographic area. The primary goal of the agency is to improve quality of life by intervening in the lifestyles of individuals and families impacted by the effects of substance abuse and other behavior risk factors. Over the years the agency’s philosophy has been to provide a holistic and comprehensive approach through outreach, intervention, and prevention service programs. Our effort is to reduce substance abuse, gang violence, and school drop-out rates by offering community services to help individuals, youth and families overcome high risk factors which contribute to juvenile delinquency and dysfunctional families. Ebony is committed to addressing the emerging needs of high-risk youth and their families.
Phoenix House In Orange County - Santa Ana
Location: Santa Ana, CA - 92701
Contact Phone: (877) 769-9698
Website: http://www.phoenixhouse.org/
Description: Located in a historic, Mission-style building on park-like grounds, Phoenix House Orange County offers a broad spectrum of services to help clients break the cycle of substance abuse. Our residential and outpatient programs include an intensive regimen of therapy groups and individual counseling sessions. We help clients achieve and sustain recovery through assessments and treatment planning; case management and referrals to a network of social services; life skills development and preparation for independent living; vocational and job readiness services; housing assistance and sober living programs; evidence-based and trauma-informed practices; mental health support; parenting classes; literacy improvement; anger management; physical fitness activities; and health education. We serve homeless veterans and also operate the Orange County Recovery Center for long-term support (recovery services are free of charge). We recently opened a Gender-Responsive, Trauma-Informed Program for Women, ages 18 and over. This residential program, located in a separate facility on our large campus, offers specialized services that respond to the unique needs of women struggling with drug and alcohol abuse and mental health issues. Our Women’s Program uses evidence-based curricula: Understanding Addiction by Stephanie Covington; Relapse Prevention by Claudia Black; Seeking Safety by Lisa Najavits; Time Out for Me by Texas Christian University and Dialectical Behavior Therapy by Marsha Linahan. The length of stay is based on each client’s strengths and needs. At our residential and outpatient treatment programs all major credit cards are accepted. Payment options include the following health insurance plans: Anthem Blue Cross, APS Healthcare, Cigna, Kaiser Permanente, Managed Health Network (MHN), and Health Net.
Genesis Narcotic Replacement Therapy Stanislaus Cnty Dept Of Mental Health
Location: Modesto, CA - 95350
Contact Phone: (209) 525-6146
Website: http://www.stancounty.com/bhrs/
Description: An outpatient medical model program combining counseling and methadone to treat individuals dependent on opiates. The program includes a 21-day detoxification and maintenance component.
Alcohol Treatment Services Haight Ashbury Free Clinics Inc
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94117
Contact Phone: (415) 487-5634
Website: http://hafci.org
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Second Chance Newark Center Second Chance Inc
Location: Newark, CA - 94560
Contact Phone: (510) 792-4357
Website: http://www.secondchanceinc.com
Description: In 1971, a group of community activists in Newark, California started a project in a small abandoned house. Its purpose was to give people with drug and alcohol-related problems a place to meet to share knowledge and experience and try to get better. They named the place Second Chance. Today, we are heirs to a long tradition of that sharing of knowledge and experience. We are the successors of many dozens of staff who over many years welcomed everyone who came through the front door wanting to get better. Drug and Alcohol treatment is a different world than it was in the 60’s and 70’s. Second Chance facilities and services are certified and monitored by both the County of Alameda and the State of California. Second Chance staff possess all the education and certifications required today to provide substance abuse treatment. But we still see lived experience as vital. Most of our drug and alcohol counselors have personal recovery. (Just as many staff in our Domestic Violence and Homeless Services programs have experience in those areas.) So we really do understand what you’re going through. First and foremost we are still people helping people to help themselves.
Chemical Dependency Center Hoag Memorial Hospital
Location: Newport Beach, CA - 92663
Contact Phone: (877) 563-8688
Website: http://www.hoag.org
Description: As the longest standing center in Orange County, Hoag Chemical Dependency Recovery Center is a trusted refuge and lifeline for individuals and families seeking freedom from addiction. There are many addiction recovery programs and centers available, but few that provide the highest level of medically supervised, patient-centered care. With more than 25 years of experience as Southern California’s leading addiction medicine center, Hoag Chemical Dependency Recovery Center has treated tens of thousands of individuals from across the nation, providing superior alcohol and drug detox and rehab with a personalized approach. In addition, Hoag provides the highest caliber care at the best value without compromising quality. These are just a few of the many reasons why Hoag Chemical Dependency Center is recognized as one of the nation’s leading addiction recovery centers.
Perinatal Day Treatment Drug Abuse Alternatives Center (daac)
Location: Santa Rosa, CA - 95403
Contact Phone: (707) 544-3295
Website: http://www.daacinfo.org/
Description: The First Steps Perinatal Program offers intensive outpatient services for pregnant and parenting women who have alcohol or other drug problems. A safe and nurturing environment supports a woman’s recovery with individual and group counseling sessions. Transportation is provided to and from treatment with co-op childcare, a nutritious snack and sessions covering topics centered around pregnancy and parenting and also include denial management, relapse prevention, coping skills, nutritional education, life skills, and developmental screening for participating children. Clients attend sessions daily Monday – Friday for an average length of 9-12 months.
Paradise Community Counseling Center Butte County Behavioral Health Services
Location: Paradise, CA - 95969
Contact Phone: (530) 872-6328
Website: http://www.buttecounty.net/behavioralhealth/
Description: Our Mission: "Partner with individuals, families and the community for recovery from serious mental health and substance abuse issues and to promote wellness, resiliency and hope." Behavioral Health provides services for individuals in crisis, for youth, for adults and for alcohol and drug treatment. Services are provided in Chico, Paradise, Oroville, Gridley and rural communities. We are here to Help.
Abuse Services Inc/casa Los Hermanos Latino Commission On Alcohol And Drug
Location: San Bruno, CA - 94066
Contact Phone: (650) 244-1444
Website: http://www.thelatinocommission.org/
Description: We operate licensed facilities in San Mateo, San Francisco, and Tulare Counties providing residential and outpatient substance abuse treatment for men, women, and young women with child, transitional sober living environment for both men and women, a health education and prevention programs for teenagers, case management; safety-net services, and public awareness, We provide culturally competent services with 30 fulltime, 20 part-time staff, 20 volunteers and volunteer board members. Casa Los Hermanos (San Bruno) residential for men
(mite)/north County Detox Mcalister Institute For Treatment And Education
Location: Oceanside, CA - 92057
Contact Phone: (760) 757-7166
Website: http://www.mcalisterinc.org/
Description: McAlister Institute offers three gender-specific homes where substance abusing teens can seek up to 21 days of non-medical, residential detox. While in the program, adolescents participate in assessments, individual counseling, structured recovery activities, group education, and self-help groups.
Aegis Treatment Centers, Llc - West Covina
Location: West Covina, CA - 91791
Contact Phone: (626) 915-3844
Website: http://aegistreatmentcenters.com/
Description: Aegis Treatment Centers, LLC., ("Aegis") operates one of the largest networks of Narcotic Treatment Programs (NTPs), also known as Opiate Treatment Programs (OTPs), in the nation. In 1998, Aegis began implementation of a business plan that would upgrade its network into a state-of-the-art continuum of care, creating a model that has set the standard for OTP operations throughout the country. AEGIS' MISSION: Aegis’ goal is to support the successful recovery of its patients and improve the quality of their lives; Aegis is committed to providing evidence-based comprehensive treatment services incorporating multidisciplinary modalities; Aegis promotes the highest standard of patient care in the treatment of substance abuse and related medical, psychological and socio-economic conditions; Aegis and its staff members pursue excellence, integrity & commitment in the provision of effective patient care.
Alcohol/drug Abuse Services/alisoviejo Orange County Healthcare Agency
Location: Aliso Viejo, CA - 92656
Contact Phone: (949) 643-6930
Website: http://ochealthinfo.com/
Description: Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services (ADAS) provides a range of outpatient and residential treatment programs designed to reduce or eliminate the abuse of alcohol and other drugs within the community. Services include crisis intervention, assessment and evaluation; individual, group and family counseling, HIV education, pre- and post-test counseling, and voluntary testing; counseling and testing; referrals to other programs when indicated; and outreach to schools and the general community. Specialized programs provide services for pregnant and parenting women, persons who require methadone maintenance and detoxification, adolescents, persons who have a substance use disorder with co-occurring mental illness, and individuals referred by the Orange County Collaborative Court.
Drug Court Unit Orange County Healthcare Agency
Location: Santa Ana, CA - 92701
Contact Phone: (714) 480-6650
Website: http://ochealthinfo.com/
Description: Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services (ADAS) provides a range of outpatient and residential treatment programs designed to reduce or eliminate the abuse of alcohol and other drugs within the community. Services include crisis intervention, assessment and evaluation; individual, group and family counseling, HIV education, pre- and post-test counseling, and voluntary testing; counseling and testing; referrals to other programs when indicated; and outreach to schools and the general community. Specialized programs provide services for pregnant and parenting women, persons who require methadone maintenance and detoxification, adolescents, persons who have a substance use disorder with co-occurring mental illness, and individuals referred by the Orange County Collaborative Court.
Mhs - Riverside Center For Change
Location: Riverside, CA - 92506
Contact Phone: (951) 782-9577
Website: https://www.mhsinc.org/
Description: Our Riverside Center for Change is one of our highly successful Family Preservation Court Programs, which offer intensive, outpatient court supervised services. Working in collaboration with Family Preservation Court, we help Parents overcome drug and/or alcohol dependency. This permits children to be safely returned to their homes, keeping the family together. Our program promotes healthy families by creating a safe environment for parents to receive treatment for their substance dependence. This encourages parents to create a safe environment in their homes so their families are able to thrive.
Discovery House
Location: Martinez, CA - 94553
Contact Phone: (925) 646-9270
Website: http://cchealth.org/
Description: DISCOVERY HOUSE is a program of Contra Costa County Alcohol and Other Drug Services. For over 25 years Discovery House has provided quality Substance Abuse Services for the people of Contra Costa County.
(mite)/north Coastal Regional Mcalister Institute For Treatment And Education
Location: Oceanside, CA - 92054
Contact Phone: (760) 721-2781
Website: http://www.mcalisterinc.org/
Description: McAlister Institute's regional recovery centers are outpatient programs for adults struggling with substance abuse and other drug-related problems, including co-occurring mental health issues. Wraparound services include assessment, treatment planning individual and group counseling, case management, mental health counseling, vocational training, re-entry assistance and referral, and ongoing recovery support services. A sliding fee scale is utilized to ensure no one is denied services due to inability to pay.
National Traffic Safety Institute
Location: Santa Ana, CA - 92701
Contact Phone: (714) 285-4854
Website: https://ntsi.com/california/
Description: Since 1974, NTSI has been a recognized leader in traffic safety education nationally. Our innovative approach to driving safety stresses personal accountability as the participants explore an interactive curriculum based upon proven behavioral modification principals. We believe drivers understand the importance of following safety standards and stress personal choice as a means of effecting a positive change in driving behavior.
Gerry House Straight Talk
Location: Santa Ana, CA - 92703
Contact Phone: (714) 972-1402
Website: http://www.straighttalkcounseling.org/
Description: Gerry Health is a 6-month drug and alcohol residential treatment program for adult men and women who are either HIV positive or IV drug users who may be on methadone. This 12-bed facility founded in 1990, was the first State-licensed site in California uniquely designed to serve this population. From the start, Gerry House staff has had in-depth experience with treatment and the specific psychological and medical needs of those plagued with drug and alcohol addiction. The program blends the 12 step models with numerous clinical modalities. Because Gerry combines these models the program is highly effective in working with dual diagnosed clients who make up a high percentage of those underserved. Our clinicians understand the challenges and specific needs of these populations. Gerry House offers a wide range of services to specifically assist all clients as they face their personal challenges of recovery.
Action Consultants/therapy
Location: Fullerton, CA - 92831
Contact Phone: (714) 449-9982
Website: http://actionconsultantstherapy.yolasite.com/
Description: At Action Consultants Therapy, we continue to remain excited & feel privileged in working with our clients. We are especially skilled in and love working with relationship issues. With our many of years of training with top relationship experts, we can provide you with an innovative and very successful approach to your needs. We'd love for the opportunity to work with you, and most importantly, help you.
Support Systems Homes Inc
Location: San Leandro, CA - 94577
Contact Phone: (408) 370-9688
Website: http://www.drug-rehabilitation.com
Description: For over 20 years, Support Systems Homes has helped thousands of people struggling with addictions to reclaim their lives. We understand the challenges faced by alcoholics and addicts as they try to get clean and sober. Our affordable treatment programs and services are designed to meet the needs of each client.
Shields For Families, Inc. - Tamar Village
Location: Compton, CA - 90221
Contact Phone: (310) 668-9091
Website: http://www.shieldsforfamilies.org/
Description: The Tamar Village Program is a collaboration with community partners that provides comprehensive substance abuse, criminal justice, child welfare and mental health services to women involved with criminal justice and child welfare systems. Tamar Village is a unique model in which comprehensive family-centered treatment and related social services are provided on-site to women with criminal justice and DCFS involvement. Participants and their families live in an individual family apartment unit within the complex where office space is dedicated for treatment and other services including intensive case management, individual/family counseling, domestic violence and anger management and are able to remain in their apartments for a transitional period. Through collaboration with the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department, the Department of Children and Family Services and the Public Defenders Office, Tamar Village provides intensive and comprehensive services to address the myriad of issues that effect women who have criminal justice and DCFS involvement. These include substance abuse treatment, case management, educational and vocational services, criminal justice and child welfare advocacy, as well as health education classes for all participants focusing on nutrition, family planning and well-being. Additionally, mental health services are available on-site. Therapists provide individual, family and group counseling and linkage to psychiatric services. The Tamar Village Child Development Center provides children ages 0-5 with therapeutic and developmentally appropriate services that enrich the lives of participants and their children including Parent Advocacy, Parenting Class, Mommy, Daddy & Me Classes, Early Literacy Skills and Developmental Assessments. Heros & Sheros youth program provides services such as tutoring, physical Education, computer classes, mental health and individual/group therapy to participants’ school aged children between the ages of 6-17. Tamar Village clients live in SHIELDS Housing at Keith Village, where they can reside with their children and other family members upon reunification. Average length of stay in the program is 18-24 months, however progress is individually based, so program services may vary depending upon identified needs of the family. Referrals to the program are made by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and the Los Angeles County Public Defender’s Office. Tamar Village staff provide on-site assessments to women in the Los Angeles County Women’s Jail in order to determine their eligibility for the program and arrange for transfer from jail to services.
The Chicago School Of Professional Psychology Counseling Center - Westwood Counseling Center
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90024
Contact Phone: (310) 481-5900
Website: http://counseling.tcscenters.org/
Description: Operated by the nation’s oldest and largest graduate university of psychology, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology Counseling Center employs some of the region’s most experienced clinical psychologists and marital and family therapists who provide close supervision to master’s and doctoral-level interns who are working toward clinical licensure. Under the mentorship of the licensed clinical staff, our intern therapists provide psychotherapy, couples counseling, group therapy, and psychological testing services to clients struggling with a wide range of issues such as anxiety and depression, relationship challenges, bereavement, eating disorders, sexual orientation issues, substance abuse, domestic violence, chronic mental illness, sexual abuse, post-traumatic stress, and more. In keeping with The Chicago School’s mission to meet the needs of underserved populations, the Center provides premiere services to all members of the community, on an affordable sliding scale. The Center is a nonprofit (501C 3) educational and charitable psychological treatment center, supported by client fees, grants, funds raised by special events, and private donations.
Crc Health Group Inc - Colton Clinic
Location: Colton, CA - 92324
Contact Phone: (909) 370-1777
Website: http://www.crchealth.com
Description: Located at 2275 E. Cooley Drive in Colton, California, the Colton Clinical Services provides medically supervised methadone maintenance and Suboxone (buprenorphine) detox treatment to individuals who are attempting to overcome an addiction to or dependence upon heroin or other opioids. Methadone hydrochloride is a synthetic "opioid agonist," which means that it acts in a way that is similar to morphine and other narcotic medications. When used in proper doses as part of a medically supervised opioid addiction treatment program, methadone blocks cravings and other withdrawal symptoms without creating the euphoric or sedative states that result from opioid abuse. Buprenorphine is a partial opioid receptor agonist. Like methadone, buprenorphine can relieve opioid withdrawal symptoms without producing the intoxicating effects that are associated with opioid abuse. Buprenorphine was the first medication for the treatment of opioid dependence to be approved under the Drug Addiction Treatment Act of 2000. To be eligible for this type of treatment at Colton Clinical Services, prospective patients much be at least 18 years old, and must have been addicted to or dependent upon opiates for a minimum of one year prior to seeking treatment.
Valley Health Associates
Location: Greenfield, CA - 93927
Contact Phone: (831) 674-1795
Website: http://www.valleyhealthassociates.com
Description: Valley Health Associates continues to be the premier provider of outpatient alcohol and drug treatment services in Monterey County. We are fiscally sound, well managed, and compliant with all pertinent regulations and standards. We also maintain strong, positive relationships with our governmental and judicial partners, and diligently strive to offer services that will enhance the lives of those we serve.
Bay Area Community Resources - Napa County Dui Program
Location: Napa, CA - 94551
Contact Phone: (707) 255-8300
Website: http://www.dui-napa.org/
Description: Napa County DUI is a program of Bay Area Community Resources. The Napa County DUI Program offers Court and DMV mandated programs for the drinking driver. Programs are conducted in English and Spanish. The programs include Education and Group Counseling. There are four programs for First Offenders: a 12 Hour Education Program, a 3 Month Program, a 6 Month Program, or a 9 Month Program. The program you enroll in is determined by the court. For Multiple Offenders, there is an 18 Month Program consisting of Education, Group and Individual Counseling, and Community Re-Entry.
Hollywood Medical/mental Health Services American Health Services
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90019
Contact Phone: (323) 653-1677
Website: http://www.americanhealthservices.org/
Description: Established in 1983, Eldorado Community Service Centers, American Health Services, and their affiliated healthcare providers hold over 30 years of experience providing medical, mental health, and substance abuse treatment services. We are committed to excellence and dedicated to the wellness of the communities we serve.
Ness Counseling Center Inc
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90035
Contact Phone: (310) 360-8512
Website: http://www.thenesscenter.org
Description: The Ness Counseling Center, Inc. is a non-profit, non-sectarian outpatient counseling service agency that provides a full range of life enhancing services, including, but not limited to, individual and family counseling, drug and alcohol treatment (DEJ, PC 1000 and PROP 36) programs, drug assessments and testing, parenting classes, monitored exchange and visitation, domestic violence/anger management group sessions, and hate crime educational classes in the greater Los Angeles area. We are committed to providing the best professional counseling services by working closely with our clients and certifying government agencies, developing and implementing the most effective cognitive approaches, creating customized treatment plans, and promoting learning and personal growth.
Glatt Medical
Location: Burlingame, CA - 94010
Contact Phone: (650) 552-8100
Website: http://www.addictionphysicians.com
Description: Addictive Disease is a medical condition, not a mental illness. It should be treated with a caring and compassionate approach and with a comprehensive treatment plan. The patient, and whenever possible, the family and friends should all understand the plan. We treat many patients for both primary care and addiction. Patients in recovery are less likely to be prescribed medications that put their sobriety in jeopardy by our clinicians. Well meaning practitioners who do not truly understand that “addiction is a disease”, rather than a lack of willpower, may give inappropriate prescriptions to addicts in recovery. A wide variety of “non-addicting” medications can often be used to treat insomnia, anxiety disorders, panic disorders, depression and other similar conditions. Addicts are often ashamed and embarrassed to tell the whole truth. Our unique practice allows for patients to feel comfortable to express their personal needs without shame or guilt. Because of the overlap between Internal Medicine and Addiction Medicine we serve as a referral resource for many local providers in Pain Management. We use a variety of opioid and non-opioid medications to treat chronic pain. For our patients in recovery, we offer several pharmacologic options for relapse prevention. Current medication options for relapse prevention, approved by the FDA, include Antabuse®, Naltrexone, Suboxone® , monthly injections of Naltrexone, and Campral®.
Progress House Inc Ii
Location: Garden Valley, CA - 95633
Contact Phone: (530) 333-9460
Website: http://www.progresshouseinc.org/
Description: Rarely can that freedom be achieved alone. When professional help is needed Progress House, Inc. is here. We offer help that is caring and firm, that is directed to all the important facets of a person’s life: mental, physical, and spiritual. At Progress House, Inc. it is our intent to look at the entire individual and give that person the most appropriate level of treatment based upon their assessment. Progress House is a Recovery Model Program, it is client driven and based on the disease concept and we believe the disease is treatable. It is because of this philosophy and the twelve-step program of recovery based upon it, that Progress House, Inc. has become known as one of the leading treatment facilities in the State of California. Responding to the needs of the alcohol and other drug treatment community since the origin of Progress House in 1973, Progress House has expanded and diversified to meet the needs of the communities. There are now gender specific and coeducational residential programs, outpatient counseling at various levels of intensity, transitional living for men and women, and the ability of children to accompany there mother throughout the entire treatment episode. Our Women and Children's Residential Facility is five miles up the hill (elevation 1670') from Sutter's Mill in El Dorado County. It is a 16-bed residential facility specializing in pregnant and post partum women. It serves participants 18 years and older in a woman's specific program offering specialty education in parenting, vocational rehabilitation, family group, domestic violence and anger management. The program accepts both unaccompanied women and women with children. The length of stay is 30 days to six months depending on the needs of the participant. This structured program includes room and board, 24-hour supervision, group education and processing, individual counseling, childcare, and participation in twelve step programs.
Chapman House Inc
Location: Orange, CA - 92869
Contact Phone: (800) 328-6020
Website: http://www.chapmanrehab.com/
Description: Break through the denial and delusion that is causing the destructive nature of addiction. Chapman House has successfully been treating addictions in Orange County, California for over thirty years. How have we been around so long? Simple, our rehab program works. It is the only program of its kind that actually deals with the emotional state of an addicted individual. While most rehab programs address patients merely on an educational level; Chapman House deals with the “whole” person. Therefore, once our patient is physically stabilized, our staff deals directly with their emotional well-being. At Chapman House we believe that that recovering addict/alcoholic MUST address the emotional aspect of their lives if continued abstinence is to be sustained.
Douglas Young Bpsr Center
Location: San Diego, CA - 92126
Contact Phone: (858) 695-2211
Website: http://www.comresearch.org
Description: Douglas Young BPSR Center is a Bio-Psychosocial Rehabilitation program of Community Research Foundation that provides integrated, coordinated community-based psychosocial rehabilitation services for adults 18 and older who have serious mental illness, as well as individuals with co-occurring mental health and substance disorders. Douglas Young BPSR Center’s services are based on the principles of psychosocial rehabilitation, with emphasis on attending to the whole person and re-establishing one’s life as a result of the consequences of mental illness, rather than simply attending to the symptoms of the illness. The services focus on recovery, rehabilitation, and community integration, and are individualized to meet the needs of each client. Clients actively participate in setting service plan goals and are encouraged to involve family and significant others in the recovery plan.
Safety Consultant Services
Location: Whittier, CA - 90605
Contact Phone: (562) 945-2493
Website: http://www.safetyconsultantservicesinc.com/
Description: The goal of the Safety Consultant Services Program is to provide our clients high quality counseling, education and rehabilitation services for substance abuse and to help the individual learn and apply healthy methods of dealing with life and becoming a productive, sober member of their family and community. Safety Consultant Services, Inc.'s California State licensed DUI program course is thought-provoking and challenging. You will learn about the serious legal ramifications of drinking and driving, become familiar with the psychological reasons behind this dangerous combination and, importantly, you will be given strategies, tools and insights that will help you avoid this problem in the future.
Paloma Recovery Home California Hispanic Commission Alcohol And Drug Abuse
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90042
Contact Phone: (323) 257-9227
Website: http://www.chcada.org
Description: CHCADA seeks to provide culturally competent bicultural, bilingual,and monolingual services that will reduce the environmental vulnerability of low –income Latinos and other marginalized populations in California and throughout the United States. CHCADA also provides organizational development and supportive services to Latino-serving organizations. Additionally, CHCADA also serves as an intermediary between low-income, undereducated Latinos and other populations, and the public and private institutions who provide supportive services to these groups. Finally, CHCADA, through research and evaluation, film and video and other means, documents and confirms the changing status of the populations that it serves.
Cornerstone Recovery Home 1 Recovery Homes Of America Inc
Location: Orange, CA - 92869
Contact Phone: (714) 730-5399
Website: http://www.cornerstonesocal.com
Description: Cornerstone provides: Drug Detox, Alcohol Detox, Alcohol Rehab, and Drug Rehab treatment programs that are individualized for each person entering our Center. We are the #1, adult program for addiction, in Orange County, Southern California. We develop a unique recovery plan for each client suffering from addiction or abuse of alcohol and/or drugs. The most common problems we see, apart from alcohol dependency, are prescription tranquillizer dependency and abuse (Xanax, Valium, Librium, Ativan, Serax, Soma, Barbiturates) and narcotic prescription painkiller dependency and abuse (Oxycontin, Percocet, Vicodin, Norco, Tramadol, Darvon). Other problems from dependency on methadone, heroin, and Suboxone; stimulant dependencies to cocaine, meth addiction, methamphetamine, adderal and Ritalin. Marijuana dependency is common, but dependencies on PCP, LSD, ketamine, GHB and ecstacy are less frequently seen. Cornerstone provides a full continuum of care including Detoxification, Primary Rehabilitation, Extended Care, Outpatient Treatment, Alternative Sentencing, Recovery Homes and Sober Living in Orange County California. We are nationally accredited by The Joint Commission, Licensed and Certified by the State of California and Probation Approved. We have contracts with most insurance plans and work well with many known, large employers both locally and nationwide.
The Avanti Program Kings View
Location: Sanger, CA - 93657
Contact Phone: (559) 875-6300
Website: http://www.kingsview.org
Description: Kings View is a health care provider with a long history of providing a diverse array of behavioral health care services. Kings View's primary area of service is Central and Northern California, concentrating on providing services to individuals that are unserved or underserved as a result of geographical location, financial limitations, or lack of understanding and awareness.
Beit T'shuvah
Location: Los Angeles, CA - 90034
Contact Phone: (310) 204-5200
Website: https://www.beittshuvah.org/
Description: Addiction is a symptom of divided self; an unhealthy dependence on substances or compulsive activities to provide a temporary sense of wholeness and well-being. It is a "dis-ease" of body, mind, soul and spirit. Recovery therefore requires an integrative approach. The Integrative Recovery Model at Beit T'Shuvah is a unique blend of Jewish spirituality, cognitive behavioral therapy, 12-step philosophy and the creative arts. The ambiance of the residential setting is a both therapeutic and residential community. Our mission is to restore lost souls and return them to themselves, their families and the community through a healing community of Jewish spirituality, 12 Step recovery and psychotherapy. Our vision is to reduce the incidence of addiction and other harmful behaviors through individual and family education. The Beit T'Shuvah campus is located in West Los Angeles. The facility is a homey setting where approximately 120 residents interact with clinical staff in a healing atmosphere that emphasizes faith-based recovery and the values of the Jewish community. Addiction is a disease of the body, mind and spirit and Beit T'Shuvah offers a dynamic program to meet the individual needs of each resident in every stage of recovery.
Creative Care Inc
Location: Malibu, CA - 90265
Contact Phone: (800) 832-3280
Website: http://www.creativecareinc.com
Description: Through a careful listening and observing of each individual, we diagnose what co-occurring disorders might be amplifying their addictions. What emerges is a customized yet clinically sound treatment that allows us to more effectively help our clients change their addictive behavior patterns. Together, we can deal with these underlying problems and sort out their causes and effects. By discovering the “why,” we reduce the chances that the patient will relapse into a chemically dependent life style. In addition to drug and Alcohol Addiction we are experts in treating: Personality Disorders, Mood Disorders, Depression, Bipolar Illness, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Psychiatric Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Food Addiction
Kc Services Korean Community Services Inc
Location: Fullerton, CA - 92833
Contact Phone: (714) 449-1339
Website: http://www.kcservices.org
Description: K.C. Services began in 1975 as the vision of an immigrant church in Los Angeles to provide social services and community outreach to the influx of Koreans coming to Southern California. Over the next three decades K.C. Services focus widened as the agency began to service the general population with behavioral health services, as well as expanding locations to Orange County. Today, K.C. Services continues to offer comprehensive substance abuse and family violence treatment programs to the linguistically and culturally underserved populations of Los Angeles and Orange Counties. The mission of K.C. Services is to enhance the quality of life for individuals and communities by providing comprehensive treatment and prevention programs to those suffering from substance abuse and family violence.
Karmen Eap International Kp Enterprises Inc
Location: Costa Mesa, CA - 92626
Contact Phone: (714) 556-5569
Website: http://www.karmeneap.com/
Description: Karmen Bilingual Eap Intl was founded in 1992, by Dr. Karmen M. Payne. This company services other companies on an international basis, as well as local companies and individual clients. Hypnotherapy is also used to break smoking, weight loss, and other life threatening habits. Our company takes pride in offering number one customer satisfaction along with reasonable prices.
Project Adapt
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94117
Contact Phone: (415) 750-5125
Website: http://www.aars.org/
Description: Asian Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment (ADAPT) is a comprehensive multi-cultural and multi-lingual adult outpatient program that provides integrated substance abuse and mental health treatment services. Recognizing that recovery is a lifelong process, our healing approaches address the physical, mental and emotional health of individuals and families. Our program goals include: 1) To provide a safe and respectful counseling space for people from all walks of life; and 2) To reduce and eliminate substance misuse and improve mental health conditions that lead to healthy and meaningful lives. We believe that behavioral health is a fundamental part of overall wellness for all families and communities. As a community, we can learn to recognize and address mental health, alcohol and other drug problems. Our counseling approach is strength-based, valuing and accepting people for who they are, who they have become and who they can be. Together we can grow stronger and work towards healing. Open to San Francisco residents 18 year and older with a substance misuse and/or mental health needs. Clients receive individualized, client-centered and culturally competent treatment that combines western therapies and alternative therapies (yoga, acupuncture, and Mindfulness). Treatment includes screening and assessment, individual and group counseling, process and psycho-education groups, case management, relapse prevention, recreational activities and continuing care. ADAPT has structured activities which encourage clients to build independence, self sufficiency, confidence, pride and supportive relationships within the community setting and thereby reduce use of substances. Program’s unique history of being established in the 1990’s to address substance abuse amongst the Asian American and immigrant population has laid a strong foundation for working with diverse populations.
Mcalister Institute - North Central Teen Recovery Center (clairemont)
Location: San Diego, CA - 92111
Contact Phone: (858) 277-4633
Website: http://www.mcalisterinc.org/
Description: McAlister Institute Teen Recovery Centers (TRCs) provide substance abuse treatment, recovery, and education for adolescents who are using, misusing, or abusing alcohol and/or other drugs. Each program accommodates teens' school schedules, offering after-school treatment, individual and group counseling, and structured recovery activities to help teens develop the tools they need to stay alcohol- and drug-free. Programs are conveniently located for easy access and limited transportation and now offer satellite programs at schools throughout the County.
Solutions For Positive Choices Inc. - Oroville
Location: Oroville, CA - 95966
Contact Phone: (530) 532-6969
Website: http://duisolutions.org/
Description: If you have a conviction for Driving Under the Influence, Solutions for Positive Choices can help you get the consequences cleared up with programs for first-time and multiple offenders. Our programs are state licensed and Butte County approved. Solutions for Positive Choices meets all the requirements of the State Alcohol and Drug Department. We offer convenient class times and programs in Chico, Oroville, and Paradise.
Azusa Health Services
Location: Azusa, CA - 91702
Contact Phone: (626) 858-9500
Website: http://www.americanhealthservices.org/
Description: American Health Services, along with its affiliated corporations, operate with the determination to enhance quality of life and instill hope by providing personalized and highly integrated, medical, mental, and substance abuse treatment services. Eldorado Community Service Centers are a network of community clinics serving San Diego, Los Angeles, Kern, and San Francisco counties. ECSC provides co-located integrated medical, mental/behavioral, and addiction disorder treatment services through various government programs and contracts with Independent Practice Associations (IPA). At present, we have a total of 23 clinics that are committed to providing these services with the purpose of improving quality of life, instilling hope, and helping people reach their full potential.
The Carolyn E. Wylie Center For Children, Youth & Families
Location: Riverside, CA - 92501
Contact Phone: (951) 683-5193
Website: http://www.wyliecenter.org/
Description: The Wylie Center is was formed by the merger in 2006 of two longstanding and well-respected nonprofit agencies, the Youth Service Center and the Children’s Center of the Inland Counties, which together have more than 50 years of experience helping families with unique needs. The new organization was named in honor of Carolyn E. Wylie, a long-time friend and advocate for children and youth in Riverside County. The Carolyn E. Wylie Center is a large multi-service center now serving over 450 children, youth, and families each year through its programs and services. Serving the Inland Empire, we provide the highest quality educational programs and therapeutic services to meet the needs, goals and hopes of individuals with special learning, emotional and developmental needs.
Miracles For Moms
Location: Santa Paula, CA - 93060
Contact Phone: (805) 525-7789
Website: http://www.angelfire.com/biz6/miraclehouse/
Description: Miracles for Moms is a Calworks project providing outpatient services for women with children. Our sites are available to women in Santa Paula and Ventura. This program provides intensive day treatment for women who are addicted to alcohol and/ or drugs. This program has been established to support women in their quest to return to work and exit the Welfare System. Miracles for Moms provides help in returning functioning members of their family and the community as a whole. This program consists of four tracks ranging from an Intensive Outpatient program with mandatory attendance 5 days a week, plus individual counseling, to an Introduction and/ or Intervention program with only individual sessions as needed. The education includes addiction, stress management, self esteem, problem solving skills, 12-step support, parenting skills, anger management and communication skills.
Saint John Of God Healthcare Services
Location: Victorville, CA - 92395
Contact Phone: (760) 952-9192
Website: http://www.stjohnofgodhcs.org/
Description: Our Hospitality Center offers many classes to the public that are low cost. Classes such as GED prep classes, Anger Management, Parent Project, Job Skills and Smoking Cessation Classes. We provide licensed alcohol and drug treatment. The outpatient treatment can be funded through your private insurance. No insurance? Clients can qualify for a variety of county and state funding such as Cal WORKS, Medi-Cal and others, please call to see if you qualify or for more information. All services we provide are recognized by California Department of Corrections, San Bernardino County Probation and the Department of Children and Family Services.
Via Avanta Program Didi Hirsch Cmhc
Location: Pacoima, CA - 91331
Contact Phone: (818) 897-2609
Website: http://www.didihirsch.org
Description: For more than 30 years, Via Avanta — “the way forward” in Spanish — has been a haven for women struggling with substance abuse, mental illness, domestic violence, and poverty. They heal in an environment of safety, respect, and dignity. Via Avanta was among the nation’s first programs to recognize the importance of keeping young children and mothers together during treatment.
Mhs - Providence Place - Fotep
Location: San Diego, CA - 92115
Contact Phone: (619) 667-3922
Website: https://www.mhsinc.org/
Description: Providence Place is a gender responsive residential substance abuse treatment program in San Diego County that serves female parolees and their dependent children. As a Female Offender Treatment and Employment Program (FOTEP), Providence Place reduces recidivism through intensive treatment and case management services. Our goal is to help women obtain and maintain a drug- and crime free life.
An Aspen Education Group Program College Community Services/tehachapi
Location: Tehachapi, CA - 93561
Contact Phone: (661) 822-8223
Website: http://www.providencehumanservices.com/
Description: In California, Providence Community Services (PCS) and College Community Services (CCS) specialize in behavioral health and integrated care services in community and home settings. Since 1996 both PCS and CCS have served thousands of children, youth, adults and families in cutting-edge programs that are marked by an unwavering commitment to exceptional value and Recovery-focused care.
Calworks Butte County Dept Of Behavioral Health
Location: Chico, CA - 95926
Contact Phone: (530) 879-3795
Website: http://www.buttecounty.net/behavioralhealth/
Description: The California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids (CalWorks), in partnership with Butte County Department of Employment and Social Services (DESS), provides individuals and families with counseling and treatment services for mental health or substance abuse issues that would hinder their ability to enter the workforce.
Oasis Womens Recovering Community
Location: Sylmar, CA - 91342
Contact Phone: (818) 362-0986
Website: http://www.oasiswomensrecovery.org/
Description: Oasis Women’s Recovering Community is a federally designated 501C3 non-profit organization whose award-winning six-month California State licensed and certified residential treatment program has helped thousands of women recover & reclaim their lives from the effects of substance abuse and trauma.
Exodus Shields For Families
Location: Compton, CA - 90221
Contact Phone: (310) 898-2450
Website: http://www.shieldsforfamilies.org/
Description: The SHIELDS for Families' Exodus Program is a unique model, in which comprehensive family-centered treatment, follow-up and related social services are provided within an 86-unit apartment complex. It is currently the only program in the United States that allows for the entire family unit to live in the treatment environment in individual family apartments while attending treatment. Services offered include: counseling, child development services, youth programs, individual therapy, educational groups, case management, and educational and vocational services. After completion of treatment, families are allowed to remain on-site for an additional year in order to transition back to the community with stabilized income and housing. The mission of the Exodus Family Centered Treatment program is to provide a new beginning for substance abusing women and their families in South Central Los Angeles. Treatment, child development, youth services, case management and vocational services are offered on-site at the facility to a maximum of 45 families at any given time.
Counseling Center Kingsview Community Services
Location: Hanford, CA - 93230
Contact Phone: (559) 582-9307
Website: http://www.kingsview.org/
Description: Kings View is a health care provider with a long history of providing a diverse array of behavioral health care services. Kings View's primary area of service is Central and Northern California, concentrating on providing services to individuals that are unserved or underserved as a result of geographical location, financial limitations, or lack of understanding and awareness.
Adult Outpatient Treatment Services Asian American Recovery Services Inc
Location: Daly City, CA - 94014
Contact Phone: (415) 337-0140
Website: http://www.aars.org/
Description: The purpose of Asian American Recovery Services, Inc. (AARS) is to reduce the impact of substance abuse in the Asian and Pacific Islander and other affected communities of the San Francisco Bay Area. We accomplish this by providing prevention, outreach, intervention and treatment services, as well as, engaging in education, research and advocacy. Outpatient Drug and Alcohol Services for Adults (ODASA) is a value-driven, client-centered outpatient recovery program which provides culturally sensitive services to San Mateo County residents experiencing drug, alcohol, and/or co-occurring problems in a safe, supportive and structured environment. ODASA’s goal is to facilitate a recovery process by assisting clients in making emotional and behavioral changes through individual and group sessions, case management, family support, advocacy, aftercare services, and drug-free activities that promote as well as facilitate social and community re-integration. ODASA has bilingual and bicultural staff that is trained in current evidence-based therapeutic approaches and has an understanding of the social and cultural realities of Asian American clients. The staff assesses each client to ensure that proper treatment and referrals are provided.
Turning Point Of Central California Inc. - Aftercare Services (federal) - Visalia
Location: Visalia, CA - 93277
Contact Phone: (559) 732-5550
Website: http://www.tpocc.org/
Description: Turning Point offers aftercare substance abuse treatment and prevention and mental health treatment. The Aftercare program provides a comprehensive program of counseling and testing to facilitate the cessation of all illegal substance abuse for program clients. These drug abuse prevention, counseling, and mental health treatment services are provided under contract with the U.S. Court System. The primary goal of the program is to provide substance abusers with relapse prevention skills so they can live in the community successfully. Clients unable to achieve this goal are identified and appropriate intervention is implemented. An individual who remains out in the community and lives a productive life without drugs or disabling mental health issues is a benefit to the entire community.
Chico Recovery Center
Location: Anderson, CA - 96007
Contact Phone: (530) 365-1160
Website: http://chicorecoverycenter.com/
Description: Chico Recovery Center is an Outpatient Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation Program operating in Chico since 1991. Chico Recovery Center (CRC) is approved through the Board of Behavioral Science as a provider for continuing education. CRC views alcoholism and chemical addiction as primary, chronic and progressive. We believe the disease affects the individual physically, psychologically, socially, and spiritually. In order to address each aspect of the individual's treatment needs and to provide the tools necessary to maintain recovery, we offer the participant multi-dimensional treatment. We encourage the client to reach the goals of acceptance of the disease model while being aware of the personal effects of their chemical dependency. CRC also strives to help clients understand the 12 Step philosophy and work towards greater self-acceptance. Above all, the client will develop a clean and sober support group that will provide the stable foundation for further growth and healing. We offer no cost initial assesment of the individual to determine the best course of action. The assessment is done in a completely confidential atmosphere where the potential client can safely discuss his or her concerns.
Coastal Family Therapy Services
Location: Newport Beach, CA - 92660
Contact Phone: (949) 851-5022
Website: http://www.coastalfamilytherapyservices.com/
Description: Coastal Family Therapy Services is a charitable organization based in Newport Beach, California. Coastal is an Orange County Court and Probation approved program for adults and youth. Services include individual, group and family counseling. Coastal provides increased access to mental health programs in Orange County for at-risk families that have difficulty accessing these services. These mental health programs concentrate on the prevention and intervention of drug and alcohol abuse, domestic violence, child abuse and neglect, and violence among children.
Share Program Spiritt Family Services
Location: La Puente, CA - 91746
Contact Phone: (626) 968-0041
Website: http://www.spiritt.org/
Description: SPIRITT is committed to providing vital social services to families. Programs emphasize prevention and early intervention. Services are delivered by culturally competent and qualified professionals. SHARE [Strategies to Help with Addiction & Recovery Efforts] - Offering a full range of substance use prevention and recovery services for adults including individual, group and family counseling.
Maynords Recovery Center
Location: Tuolumne, CA - 95379
Contact Phone: (800) 228-8208
Website: http://www.maynords.com
Description: Maynord’s Recovery Center has been leading the way in substance abuse and addiction treatment services for 35 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. We have developed a unique approach to drug and alcohol treatment through Peer support, Individual and group counseling followed up with family program. 2 years of continuing care is strongly suggested. We also have structured Clean and Sober living homes available upon completion of our treatment program over the years they have been proven to have a very high success rates for those who choose to live in a safe drug and alcohol free environment. Most treatment centers have programs that replicate and limit what they offer to their clientele, but at Maynord’s Recovery Center we have set ourselves apart from this repetitive process by incorporating Serenity retreats, long term continuing care, sober living and our yearly Round Up where our alumni, family and friends get together and camp out at Maynord’s for a weekend of fun filled activities for all. Our staff knows the disease of addiction, and they also know that not everyone is the same and we take that in consideration when helping you create your treatment plan.
Total Family Support Clinic - Long Beach
Location: Long Beach, CA - 90807
Contact Phone: (562) 981-1501
Website: http://www.totalfamilysupport.org/
Description: Total Family Support Clinic (TFSC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit community-based agency that provides comprehensive social services, including outpatient substance abuse treatment and prevention as well as a multitude of services designed to meet the mental health and wellness needs of individuals and families throughout Los Angeles County.
Veterans Rights Organization Swords To Plowshares
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94103
Contact Phone: (415) 252-4788
Website: http://www.swords-to-plowshares.org
Description: Swords to Plowshares is a community-based, not-for-profit veteran service organization that provides wrap-around care to more than 2,000 veterans in the San Francisco Bay Area each year. We are committed to helping veterans break through the cultural, educational, psychological and economic barriers they often face in their transition to the civilian world. Swords to Plowshares is a national model for veteran services and advocacy. With nearly 40 years of experience, we have established the most respected and comprehensive model of care for veterans in the country.
Bhs - Joint Efforts
Location: San Pedro, CA - 90731
Contact Phone: (310) 831-2358
Website: http://bhs-inc.org/
Description: Behavioral Health Services (BHS) is a not-for-profit community-based healthcare organization providing substance abuse, mental health, drug-free transitional living, older adult services, HIV/AIDS education and prevention, and other related health services to the residents of Southern California. Since 1973 BHS has expanded services to meet the comprehensive needs of its clients, and now provides services from 21 sites located throughout Los Angeles County. These sites include two free-standing chemical dependency recovery centers with medical detoxification and residential/outpatient treatment, three additional residential treatment facilities, twelve outpatient facilities, and four transitional living facilities. The BHS continuum of care includes four community assessment center sites, prevention programs for adolescents and older adults, geriatric case management, and home care services for frail elderly and disabled adults.
The Chicago School Of Professional Psychology Counseling Center - Irvine Counseling Center
Location: Irvine, CA - 92612
Contact Phone: (949) 769-7700
Website: http://counseling.tcscenters.org/
Description: Operated by the nation’s oldest and largest graduate university of psychology, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology Counseling Center employs some of the region’s most experienced clinical psychologists and marital and family therapists who provide close supervision to master’s and doctoral-level interns who are working toward clinical licensure. Under the mentorship of the licensed clinical staff, our intern therapists provide psychotherapy, couples counseling, group therapy, and psychological testing services to clients struggling with a wide range of issues such as anxiety and depression, relationship challenges, bereavement, eating disorders, sexual orientation issues, substance abuse, domestic violence, chronic mental illness, sexual abuse, post-traumatic stress, and more. In keeping with The Chicago School’s mission to meet the needs of underserved populations, the Center provides premiere services to all members of the community, on an affordable sliding scale. The Center is a nonprofit (501C 3) educational and charitable psychological treatment center, supported by client fees, grants, funds raised by special events, and private donations.
Substance Abuse Department Glenn County Health Services
Location: Orland, CA - 95963
Contact Phone: (530) 865-1146
Website: http://www.countyofglenn.net/
Description: The Glenn County Drug and Alcohol Program is part of the Health Services Agency. We provide services for community members who suffer from the effects of chemical abuse and dependency. We offer programs to address issues in teen, adult, perinatal, and criminal justice populations in Glenn County. We provide assessment, individual counseling, group counseling, and aftercare programs for these populations, as well as ancillary services.
Us In Recovery Sober Living
Location: San Marcos, CA -
Contact Phone: (760) 743-9993
Website: http://www.usinrecovery.com/
Description: Us In Recovery is transitional housing for alcoholics and drug addicts in recovery. Our sober living homes offer a bridge between addiction treatment and independence.Our goal is to assist recovering alcoholics and addicts in need of a safe, supervised environment while building a strong foundation for recovery from alcoholism and drug addiction as well as achieving personal, career and recovery goals. We want to provide a place where people can be successful and accountable for themselves… and their sobriety.
Morningside Recovery
Location: Newport Beach, CA - 92663
Contact Phone: (866) 942-0095
Website: http://www.morningsiderecovery.com
Description: Morningside Drug Rehab Centers, dedicated to achieving lasting alcohol & drug addiction recovery and mental health rehabilitation, provide drug dependency treatment facilities in Southern California for women and men who need a rehab center for drug addiction; who are currently evaluating all choices and best options for dual-diagnosis treatment centers (treatment centers for dual-addictions disorders); or who immediately require treatment, rehabilitation and recovery from alcohol addiction within our alcohol rehab facilities; or therapy for mental illnesses such as bipolar disorders. We provide addiction recovery treatment programs and multiple-therapeutic, evidence-based approaches to mental disorders therapies, extending to our clinical professionals' treatment for bipolar disorders, treatment for the illness of depression, and an ideal treatment center for the rehabilitation from prescription drug addictions. Discover recovery from a leading substance abuse treatment center in California when you trust Morningside.
Western Pacific Medical Clinic Western Pacific Medical Corporation
Location: Reseda, CA - 91335
Contact Phone: (818) 705-5561
Website: http://www.westpacmed.com/
Description: The mission of Western Pacific Med/Corp is to provide evidence based narcotic treatment services to any eligible person seeking them.These services shall be provided in a cost effective, high quality, humane, culturally sensitive, and non-discriminatory manner. By providing these services the community will be enriched with an increased level of public health, a decrease in criminal activity and a safer more enjoyable place to live.
Cri Help Inc. - George T. Pfleger Center
Location: North Hollywood, CA - 91601
Contact Phone: (818) 985-8323
Website: http://www.cri-help.org/
Description: Located in North Hollywood in the San Fernando Valley, the George T. Pfleger Center is a four story complex containing forty dorm-style rooms, each comfortably accommodating three individuals. Each floor has private elevator access. The Pfleger Center includes a large dining area, house meeting room, recreation and entertainment rooms, classrooms, computer lab, literacy library, group therapy rooms, full gym, and meditation tower. The outdoor area includes a large covered patio, basketball/volleyball court and a running track. The George T. Pfleger Center also houses a 15-bed Residential Detoxification unit overseen by a Licensed Vocational Nurse and 24-hour staff supervision.
Crossroads Foundation
Location: San Diego, CA - 92103
Contact Phone: (619) 296-1151
Website: http://www.crossroads4recovery.org/
Description: The Crossroads Foundation is a California non-profit organization offering a residential recovery program for women who are addicted to alcohol and drugs. The Crossroads facilities are located in a quiet residential area near downtown San Diego. We provide home-like atmospheres in a shared community to aid residents in regaining and maintaining sobriety. Founded in 1957 by a group of prominent judges, attorneys and civic leaders, Crossroads is the first women’s residential recovery program in San Diego County and the second oldest in California. Crossroads is a State of California certified and licensed alcohol and drug program with a long and successful record of serving women in recovery. Positive long-term outcomes have been experienced by hundreds of women served by the Crossroads residential recovery program (or, the Crossroads program).
Hope Help And Healing Inc
Location: Auburn, CA - 95603
Contact Phone: (530) 885-4249
Website: http://www.irecover.org/
Description: Hope, Help & Healing is the faith-based answer to recovery in Auburn, Sacramento, Vista, & Kauai Hawaii. HHH, HHHSC, & HHHK are all independent non-profit 501 (c)(3) corporations working together with alliance agreements, using the spiritual model faith-based program for recovery. Developed and proven over time to help men and women who are struggling with alcohol and/or drug addiction which can lead to life dominating problems.
Addiction Treatment Center Center For The Treatment Of Addictions
Location: Huntington Beach, CA - 92649
Contact Phone: (714) 992-1677
Website: http://centerfortxofaddiction.com/
Description: Life offers obstacles and challenges every day that could generate either positive or negative outcomes, rather it be emotionally, physically or spiritually. Whether we like to admit it or not, some of us may need extra help to get over obstacles or life transitions. THE CENTER FOR THE TREATMENT OF ADDICTION INC. assist individuals and families within our community to ensure greater health and well being to fulfill their life goals. Life is a journey and we would love to see you not only reach sobriety, but to find your self-worth.
Addiction Treatment Services
Location: Marysville, CA - 95901
Contact Phone: (530) 749-8640
Website: http://www.americanhealthservices.org/
Description: American Health Services, along with its affiliated corporations, operate with the determination to enhance quality of life and instill hope by providing personalized and highly integrated, medical, mental, and substance abuse treatment services. Eldorado Community Service Centers are a network of community clinics serving San Diego, Los Angeles, Kern, and San Francisco counties. ECSC provides co-located integrated medical, mental/behavioral, and addiction disorder treatment services through various government programs and contracts with Independent Practice Associations (IPA). At present, we have a total of 23 clinics that are committed to providing these services with the purpose of improving quality of life, instilling hope, and helping people reach their full potential.
Juvenile Alternative Saap And Cdtp Sentencing Concepts Inc
Location: Stockton, CA - 95202
Contact Phone: (209) 465-2393
Website: http://www.sciconcepts.com
Description: Sentencing Concepts, Inc. (SCI) was established in 1994 to provide full service alternative sentencing programs to criminal justice agencies throughout the United States. Although our services include a wide array of programs and products, it is our offender paid electronic monitoring and case management services that have paved the way for SCI's success in the industry.Since our inception, we have operated almost entirely on an offender paid basis and have extended this concept to most of the programs offered by SCI. As a pioneer in the use of offender paid criminal justice alternatives, we believe that SCI is both experienced and well qualified to provide these types of services.
Janus Of Santa Cruz
Location: Santa Cruz, CA - 95062
Contact Phone: (831) 462-1060
Website: http://www.janussc.org
Description: At Janus of Santa Cruz, we have helped thousands of people find their way out of alcohol and drug addiction and into healthy and productive lives. For more than three decades, Janus has provided compassionate and effective substance abuse treatment while guiding clients’ journeys toward wellness and recovery. We offer help, hope and results to individuals and families in need of alcoholism rehabilitation, drug detoxification and opiate addiction treatment. Janus provides a variety of alcohol and drug rehab options designed for individual needs, from Outpatient Services and Short-term Detox to Extended Residential Treatment and ongoing medical treatment for opiate addiction at the Janus Community Clinic. Our Perinatal Program offers both residential and day programs for drug and alcohol dependent pregnant women and new mothers. And our two Sober Living Environments provide short-term as well as long-term stays.
Aegis Treatment Centers, Llc - Oxnard
Location: Oxnard, CA - 93033
Contact Phone: (805) 483-2253
Website: http://aegistreatmentcenters.com/
Description: Aegis Treatment Centers, LLC., ("Aegis") operates one of the largest networks of Narcotic Treatment Programs (NTPs), also known as Opiate Treatment Programs (OTPs), in the nation. In 1998, Aegis began implementation of a business plan that would upgrade its network into a state-of-the-art continuum of care, creating a model that has set the standard for OTP operations throughout the country. AEGIS' MISSION: Aegis’ goal is to support the successful recovery of its patients and improve the quality of their lives; Aegis is committed to providing evidence-based comprehensive treatment services incorporating multidisciplinary modalities; Aegis promotes the highest standard of patient care in the treatment of substance abuse and related medical, psychological and socio-economic conditions; Aegis and its staff members pursue excellence, integrity & commitment in the provision of effective patient care.
Promises Perinatal Program Lassen County Alcohol And Drug Program
Location: Susanville, CA - 96130
Contact Phone: (530) 251-2687
Website: http://www.co.lassen.ca.us
Description: Our Mission: To provide a comprehensive approach of culturally relevent prevention, intervention, and treatment through a collaborative community process to improve the lives of individuals and families in our community who are affected by alcohol and other drugs.
Outpatient Substance Abuse Services La Posta Substance Abuse Center
Location: Boulevard, CA - 91905
Contact Phone: (619) 445-1188
Website: http://www.sihc.org/
Description: La Posta Substance Abuse Center (LPSAC) offers a flexible, multi-level Outpatient Program for clients who are seeking effective treatment for addictions. Outpatient groups are offered throughout the week, making this level of care an excellent choice for those who work. Outpatient Treatment gives the individual an opportunity to interact in a real world environment while benefiting from a peer-oriented structured therapeutic program. Client progress is assessed regularly by clinical staff, which develops individualized treatment plans with each client. Graduates from the Outpatient program are welcome in our Aftercare groups and Alumni Association. These groups help provide ongoing recovery support.
Solutions For Positive Choices Inc.
Location: Chico, CA - 95928
Contact Phone: (530) 898-8333
Website: http://duisolutions.org/
Description: If you have a conviction for Driving Under the Influence, Solutions for Positive Choices can help you get the consequences cleared up with programs for first-time and multiple offenders. Our programs are state licensed and Butte County approved. Solutions for Positive Choices meets all the requirements of the State Alcohol and Drug Department. We offer convenient class times and programs in Chico, Oroville, and Paradise.
The Solution Drop In Center Mini Twelve Step House Inc
Location: Compton, CA - 90221
Contact Phone: (310) 608-1505
Website: http://jwchinstitute.org/
Description: Since opening its doors in 1971, Mini Twelve Step has successfully aided women and their families living in urban environments who have historically battled disproportionate social issues including homelessness, domestic violence, poverty, illiteracy, mental illness and unemployment. Solutions Family Resource Center offers both the Mini Twelve Step Inc. Outpatient Treatment and Aftercare Relapse Prevention programs to men and women whose primary diagnosis is alcohol and other drug dependence. Services include both individual counseling and peer group sessions. The center also offers community run groups such as AA, NA, and C.A. Some services are available in Spanish.
Tarzana Treatment Centers
Location: Lancaster, CA - 93534
Contact Phone: (661) 723-4829
Website: https://www.tarzanatc.org/
Description: Since 1972, Tarzana Treatment Centers has provided high quality, affordable behavioral healthcare and addiction treatment services in Los Angeles County. Our mission and values are realized through a continuum of integrated alcohol and drug addiction treatment, education, mental health, medical detox and residential rehab for teens / youth, and adults. We also provide outpatient services, sober living housing, after care, HIV/AIDS Services, Prop 36, family medical care, women’s services, family counseling, domestic violence intervention, anger management and community education services.
The Living Center - Modesto
Location: Modesto, CA - 95355
Contact Phone: (209) 575-1580
Website: http://wwww.thelivingcentertreatment.com/
Description: Our Modesto facilities offer a complete spectrum of addiction recovery services. Our friendly, professional staff supervise all aspects of addiction therapy and compassionately care about your life. With daily sessions and activities structured to help break the cycle of addiction, we work with each client individually to develop a program to help him or her understand the dynamics of their addiction and to give them the necessary tools and support for sustained abstinence. Our programs strive to create the kind of positive experience you will look forward to participating in! TLC's unique holistic, systematic approach addresses the physical, psychological, social and spiritual aspects of addiction, and includes other family members and significant others in the process. The client's family is invited to participate in the treatment to develop an understanding of the disease, to become educated in the terms used in recovery, and most importantly, to learn their role in the addiction. Understanding and developing positive relationship dynamics is key to the healing process. Working together insures much greater recovery success. Many programs include community living experiences in a safe, relaxed homey environment, including delicious food prepared on site! (Not a sterile institutional facility.) Fun recreational activities are part of the support and healing process in our group counseling programs. Come stay with us and let us help you on your path to recovery.
Hobie House Community Social Model Advocates Inc
Location: Merced, CA - 95340
Contact Phone: (209) 722-6335
Website: http://csmainc.org/
Description: Community Social Model Advocates, Inc. is a private non-private organization which was founded in 1989 in order to operate alcohol/other drug recovery homes in the State of California. The David J. Riordan’s Hobie House was founded in 1991 as a licensed and certified 25 bed residential facility. This unique recovery home is designed and devoted specifically for men 18 years and older. Here, residents are given the opportunity to experience recovery in an atmosphere that promotes a sense of well-being, fosters mutual respect and affords an opportunity for self-reflection. Because the program is set in a home-like environment, the residents of the “Hobie House” will enjoy the comforts of home. Our recovery home approach provides a structured clean and sober environment. The program’s social model nature emphasizes learning through “doing” and “experiencing” while providing positive role modeling. Through this approach, the program enables the residents to benefit from the most valuable resource for recovering substance abusers: the experience, strength and hope of fellow persons in recovery. One key to the success of the program is the caring and sharing that takes place on an informal level among the residents.
Shelter Services Womens Crisis Support
Location: Santa Cruz, CA - 95065
Contact Phone: (831) 425-4030
Website: http://www.wcs-ddm.org
Description: Women’s Crisis Support~Defensa de Mujeres provides crisis intervention, including our 24-hour crisis line, crisis counseling, support groups, and referrals and information about domestic violence or sexual assault. WCS~DdM also provides counseling services for children and youth, educational presentations about domestic violence and sexual assault to schools and service providers throughout the county, and emergency safe shelter for women and children in need. All of our services are available in Spanish.
Changing Echoes
Location: Angels Camp, CA - 95222
Contact Phone: (800) 633-7066
Website: http://www.changingechoes.com/
Description: Changing Echoes was established in 1989 as a social model chemical dependency facility with the intent to render quality treatment for affordable prices to men and women who suffer from the disease of addiction. During our history we have continued to meet the new challenges of providing services of the highest quality while maintaining our affordability. Today we are proud to continue to provide the high quality treatment at our 20 acre facility over looking the Sierra Foothill mountains. services are provided in a home like facility licensed by the State of California for 32 residents. The hold a serene atmosphere conducive to prompting enhancement for change. While in residence use of a swimming pool, horseshoe area, basketball area, hiking trail and area are made available to provide healthy exercise. Changing Echoes believes exercise and healthy nutrition are important in the recovery process.
Prop 36 Lassen County Substance Abuse Program
Location: Susanville, CA - 96130
Contact Phone: (530) 251-8473
Website: http://www.co.lassen.ca.us/
Description: Our Mission: To provide a comprehensive approach of culturally relevent prevention, intervention, and treatment through a collaborative community process to improve the lives of individuals and families in our community who are affected by alcohol and other drugs.
Mhs - North Inland Regional Recovery Center
Location: Escondido, CA - 92025
Contact Phone: (760) 741-7708
Website: https://www.mhsinc.org/
Description: North Inland Regional Recovery Center (NIRRC) is an outpatient alcohol and substance abuse program that offers treatment services, mental health screenings and community referrals in a welcoming environment. We also offer a unique program for young people, designed for education and early intervention of substance abuse issues. We work with our clients in identifying the underlying causes of addiction and alcoholism, and then support them as they work to build a foundation of healthy coping skills. We are committed to a comprehensive approach that is aimed at bettering the whole person. Our program services are gender responsive, culturally sensitive, and available to clients with co-occurring substance abuse and mental health disorders.
Aware Program New Way Foundation
Location: Burbank, CA - 91502
Contact Phone: (818) 845-2702
Website: http://www.new-way-foundation.com/
Description: The New Way Foundation (NWF) is the only State licensed and Certified Substance Abuse Treatment Program in Burbank. Since 1967 the NWF has provided these valuable services to more than 25,000 individuals in Burbank and the greater Los Angeles area. Our goal is to provide compassionate effective care at an affordable cost to those who are tired of their old way of life and desire a new way of life. We know how to help the suffering individual who is desperate and willing to learn to apply the proven tools of our recovery program. Today the NWF provides a 50 bed Sate Licensed and Certified Facility located in Burbank. The Foundation is partially funded by Los Angeles County Substance Prevention and Control.
Adult Treatment Court Chico Butte County Dept Of Behavioral Health
Location: Chico, CA - 95926
Contact Phone: (530) 879-3795
Website: https://www.buttecounty.net/behavioralhealth/
Description: The Treatment Court Services are provided to participants ages 18 and over. Drug Court: Adult Drug Court, in collaboration with the law enforcement and the court, provides access and treatment to felony offenders who have substance disorders. This is a voluntary program providing structure by linking supports and treatment with ongoing judicial oversight, probation supervision, and team management. BCDBH provides assessments, group and individual treatment, and referrals to residential treatment as indicated. Family Treatment Court: Family Treatment Court incorporates substance abuse treatment services with the court system through a collaboration between the Butte County Department of Employment and Social Services (DESS), BCDBH, and Butte County Juvenile Court. The primary program goal is reunification of children and parents by providing treatment and support. BCDBH contributes by providing mental health and substance abuse counseling and education to parents. Offender Treatment Program (OTP): Individuals qualifying under the Substance Abuse Crime Prevention Act (SACPA), through the court, are referred to the Offender Treatment Program (OTP) for assessment and treatment of substance abuse disorders. Individuals are referred to residential treatment as indicated.
Alcohol And Drug Program Napa County Health And Human Services
Location: Napa, CA - 94559
Contact Phone: (707) 253-4063
Website: http://www.countyofnapa.org/hhsa/ads/
Description: The Health and Human Services Agency’s mission is to foster a partnership of clients, community members and staff to create leadership, vision and advocacy for the evolving health and human service needs of the people of Napa County in a manner that: Focuses on the strengths of individuals, families and neighborhoods; Provides support for the most vulnerable members of our community; Honors and enhances the gifts and talents of employees and community members who share this purpose; Is ethical, culturally competent and accountable; and Effectively integrates the resources of the entire community for the betterment of the whole. We provide coordinated services from six divisions and collaborate with key community partners. Alcohol and Drug Services - Purpose: To provide a welcoming and safe environment that offers hope, supports prevention, and inspires recovery. VISION: Create, promote, and sustain communities free from problems related to alcohol, tobacco, and drugs by empowering individuals and families. MISSION: Provide integrated, evidence based education, prevention and treatment services that are accessible, affordable, and culturally competent. VALUES: Compassion, Integrity, Professionalism, Well-Being. We offer an array of prevention, treatment and intervention services and can help you connect with community resources to get you and your loved ones the help you need. Services are provided through County-operated programs and contracts with community-based organizations.
New Dawn Treatment Centers
Location: Citrus Heights, CA - 95610
Contact Phone: (866) 969-4300
Website: http://www.newdawntreatmentcenters.com/
Description: New Dawn has been helping thousands of individuals successfully recover for over 25 years. Our Whole person approach to treatment combines evidence-based ACT, DBT, and CBT groups with exposure to experiential therapies such as Paddleboard Yoga, Equine-Assisted Therapy, Expressive Arts, Acupuncture, Dance/Movement, QiGong, and Mindfulness. All of our programs are internationally accredited, and led by experienced and compassionate licensed Clinical Psychologists that are highly skilled in treating eating disorders, personality disorders and addiction. Medical monitoring is also provided by our team of physicians, psychiatrists, registered nurses, and registered dietitians to ensure that our clients are receiving the best care 24/7.
New Life Center Annex New Life Community Services Inc
Location: Santa Cruz, CA - 95060
Contact Phone: (831) 427-1007
Website: http://newlifesc.org/
Description: Since 1972, “New Life” has been helping people not only in our local community, but also across California, nationally, and internationally. We provide emergency shelter, counseling and support, and treatment for addictions. What began as a simple desire to help people has grown New Life in several directions: a state-licensed residential and outpatient addiction treatment program; counseling services by caring professionals for couples, families, children, and individuals; emergency shelter for families in need; and education and training for addiction counseling. Our hope is that one of our programs may help you or someone you care about.
Family & Children Services Of Silicon Valley - Substance Use Disorder Services (palo Alto)
Location: Palo Alto, CA - 94306
Contact Phone: (650) 326-6576
Website: http://www.fcservices.org/
Description: Since 1948, Family & Children Services of Silicon Valley has been improving the lives of children, teens, and adults in our community through emotional and mental health services. We counsel teens at risk of suicide, prepare foster youth for success, assist veterans and their families, and help families heal from violence, abuse, and addiction. Addiction to drugs or alcohol affect one’s daily life and the lives of loved ones. For more than 20 years, we have provided outpatient treatment for adults, as well as prevention programs for elementary and middle-school children and their families. We are part of the system of care administered by the County of Santa Clara Department of Alcohol & Drug Services (DADS). Our clients come to us through the County’s Gateway referral system, which coordinates clients’ treatment along the continuum of detoxification, residential treatment, outpatient treatment combined with transitional housing, and outpatient treatment.
Mhs - East County Center For Change
Location: El Cajon, CA - 92020
Contact Phone: (619) 579-0947
Website: https://www.mhsinc.org/