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Below are 61 drug rehabilitation centers in San Diego, CA.

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(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.
(mite)/signs Of Life Program Mcalister Institute For Treatment And Education
Location: San Diego, CA - 92104
Contact Phone: (619) 640-0855
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.
Advanced Healthcare
Location: San Diego, CA - 92108
Contact Phone: (619) 281-6414
Website: http://sarahraypsyd.com/
Description: At Advanced Health Care, we specialize in providing psychotherapy to adults, children, teens, and families. Dr. Sarah Ray is a licensed clinical psychologist who treats a wide-range of mental health concerns, including anxiety, depression, chronic pain, relationship conflicts, addictions, parenting and family issues, trauma, anger, grief, stress management, occupational problems, and women’s issues. She has a particularly special connection with women and teens, and strives to help families function in a healthy and unified manner. Dr. Ray also conducts psychological evaluations. She assesses children, teens, and adults for emotional disabilities, evaluates and treats injured workers involved in the Worker's Compensation process, and conducts chemical dependency evaluations through Family Court Services. She also provides evaluation and treatment for DUI cases, as well as Agreed Medical Evaluations and Expert Witness services for chronic pain. Let Advanced Health Care join with you to create a healthier, happier, more positive and productive life. Whatever YOUR goals may be, let US help you to achieve them.
Areta Crowell Center Community Research Foundation Inc
Location: San Diego, CA - 92101
Contact Phone: (619) 233-3432
Website: http://www.comresearch.org
Description: Areta Crowell 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. Areta Crowell 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.
Caring Ministries Caring Ministries Of San Diego
Location: San Diego, CA - 92115
Contact Phone: (619) 461-3009
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Casa Balboa
Location: San Diego, CA - 92103
Contact Phone: (619) 297-3332
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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).
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.
Ethridge Center Inc
Location: San Diego, CA - 92114
Contact Phone: (619) 231-6361
Website: http://ethridgecenter.com/
Description: For the past 20 years, the center has provided a therapeutic community, which provides rehabilitation for drug, and alcohol addicted people. We offer our program to men and women, ages 18 years and over.
Freedom House
Location: San Diego, CA - 92104
Contact Phone: (619) 542-0452
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Home Stretch Residential
Location: San Diego, CA - 92115
Contact Phone: (619) 287-2588
Website: http://www.hsrecovery.com/
Description: Since 1992, we have been helping the community. In 2003, Home Stretch has consolidated two sites to one site and has relocated to 4948 El Cajon Blvd. Home Stretch is both a structured home and a treatment facility licensed by the state of California . We help our participants be responsible in their recovery and work towards a drug free lifestyle. Home Stretch is a co-ed community in garden-like setting. All residents understand that they share a room with one and possibly two other people. Amenities include community kitchen, billiard /game room, open patio area, and laundry facilities. Home Stretch is based on the social model and 12-step program of recovery; we also offer on-site AA and NA meetings. We are centrally located and directly on bus route numbers 1, 15, and 115.
Kearny Mesa North City Regional Recovery Center
Location: San Diego, CA - 92111-1008
Contact Phone: (858) 292-5670
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Lifespan San Diego
Location: San Diego, CA - 92138
Contact Phone: (858) 581-1120
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Maria Sardinas Center
Location: San Diego, CA - 92154
Contact Phone: (619) 428-1000
Website: http://www.comresearch.org
Description: The Maria Sardiñas 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 The Maria Sardiñas Wellness and Recovery Center is multi-disciplinary, and consists of psychologists, marriage and family therapists, psychiatrists, nurses, and master's level interns. In addition, the team at The Maria Sardiñas Wellness and Recovery Center 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 County. In addition to outpatient psychiatric services, the Maria Sardiñas Wellness and Recovery Center also has three specialized programs: Full Service Partnership Case Management, targeted services for Transitional Aged Youth (aged 18-24) and Older Adults (aged 60+).
North Park Freedom House Community Connection Resource Center
Location: San Diego, CA - 92104
Contact Phone: (619) 542-0452
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Project Hope Comprehensive Health Center
Location: San Diego, CA - 92105
Contact Phone: (619) 527-0141
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Recovery Home/casa De Milagros Maac Project
Location: San Diego, CA - 92113
Contact Phone: (619) 262-4002
Website: http://maacproject.org
Description: More often than not, recovery from addiction requires far more than just quitting “cold turkey.” MAAC provides culturally-sensitive residential communities at two locations for adults seeking a structured, supportive environment in which they can overcome addiction to alcohol or narcotics. Residents often arrive at MAAC’s Recovery Homes as a last chance for hope: substance abuse may have left them unemployed, disconnected from family and friends, ostracized by society, incarcerated, homeless – or all of the above. Unable to turn elsewhere, women depend on MAAC to transform their lives. Casa De Milagros is tucked away in a quiet corner of Southcrest, accommodating up to 15 women in a dormitory-style home.
San Diego Aurora Behavioral Healthcare
Location: San Diego, CA - 92128
Contact Phone: (858) 487-3200
Website: http://aurorasandiego.com/
Description: Aurora Behavioral Health Care/San Diego is a full service behavioral healthcare facility providing a variety of inpatient, day treatment and outpatient services for the San Diego, Imperial and Southern Riverside County areas. Aurora San Diego is located adjacent to San Diego’s largest north/south interstate in the fastest growing area of San Diego County. This North County Inland facility is approximately 25 miles from San Diego’s thriving downtown business area and international airport. The 55,000 square foot, two-story facility is licensed for 80 acute care beds and is nestled on over 7 beautifully landscaped acres. Amenities at the facility include a gymnasium, exercise equipment, tennis court and a swimming pool. Aurora San Diego provides inpatient behavioral health and chemical dependency services for seniors, adults, adolescents and children. As the number of acute care beds for children and adolescents in San Diego county decrease, Aurora San Diego is playing an integral role in San Diego’s continuum of care for the treatment of children and adolescents. In addition to inpatient services, Aurora San Diego’s array of alternate services include Partial Hospitalization Programs for children, adolescents and adults and Chemical Dependency Intensive Outpatient programs for adolescents and adults.
Short Term Ii Crash
Location: San Diego, CA - 92102
Contact Phone: (619) 234-3346
Website: http://www.crashinc.org
Description: An intensive 90-day residential treatment program for adult females. The focus is on individual responsibility for recovery and productive re-entry 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, 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.
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.
Solutions Outpatient Program Community Connection Resource Center
Location: San Diego, CA - 92103
Contact Phone: (619) 291-7900
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Focal Point Recovery Center
Location: San Diego, CA - 92114
Contact Phone: (619) 263-6663
Website: http://www.focalpointrecoverycenter.com/
Description: FOCAL POINT RECOVERY CENTER is a Non-Profit outpatient treatment facility providing supervision and recovery services to individuals with alcohol and or drug-related problems.
Alcohol And Drug Treatment Program Veterans Affairs Medical Center
Location: San Diego, CA - 92161
Contact Phone: (858) 552-7560
Website: http://www.sandiego.va.gov/
Description: The VA San Diego Healthcare System (VASDHS) provides high quality health care with advanced technologies and a commitment to friendly, compassionate service to more than 230,261 Veterans in the San Diego and Imperial Valley counties. The Alcohol and Drug Treatment Program provides effective, responsive, and compassionate treatment for Veterans with substance use problems. ADTP specializes in treating patients with the following substance-disorders: alcohol, marijuana, barbiturates, hallucinogenics, amphetamines, cocaine, LSD, opiates
Alcoholism And Drug Services Center Volunteers Of America
Location: San Diego, CA - 92101
Contact Phone: (619) 232-7754
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. Amigos Sobrios - This 17 bed program provides long term residential recovery services that are designed to meet the special needs for Hispanic men. Each year more than 100 men are served by this program.
Chemical Dependency Program Sharp Mesa Vista Hospital
Location: San Diego, CA - 92123
Contact Phone: (858) 836-8434
Website: http://www.sharp.com
Description: Sharp Mesa Vista, located in San Diego, offers comprehensive mental health services for children, adolescents, adults and seniors. 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.
Heartland House Twelfth Step House
Location: San Diego, CA - 92105
Contact Phone: (619) 287-5460
Website: http://www.heartlandhouse.org/
Description: The Twelfth Step House of San Diego, Inc., operates Heartland House, a residential facility for men recovering from alcoholism and drug addiction. Incorporated January 4, 1960, The Twelfth Step House of San Diego, Inc., dba Heartland House has provided recovery services for over 50 years. We are an accredited Social Model Recovery Home, licensed and certified by the California Department of Health Care Services (DHCS_SUD) Compliance Division. Our facility accommodates 28 residents. We also provide transitional Sober Living housing for up to 8 graduates of our program. Heartland House is funded in part by the County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency, Division of Behavioral Health Services. federal and state agencies, resident fees, and donations. The Twelfth Step House of San Diego, Inc., is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization (95-2151829). Our abstinence- based program is derived from the Twelve Step recovery concept. The program at Heartland House is organized as a social model program and since learning demands willingness and desire, entrance to the program must be voluntary on the part of every prospective resident.
Home Avenue Clinic San Diego Treatment Services
Location: San Diego, CA - 92105
Contact Phone: (619) 262-8000
Website: http://www.crchealth.com/
Description: Located at 3940 Home Avenue in San Diego, California, the Home 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 Home 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.
Integrated Treatment And Recovery Ucsd Dual Disorders Program
Location: San Diego, CA - 92103
Contact Phone: (619) 543-7625
Website: http://psychiatry.ucsd.edu/
Description: The UCSD Co-Occurring Disorders (COD) Integrated Treatment and Recovery provides intensive integrated services for individuals with co-occurring substance abuse and other mental disorders. Services are provided by a multi-disciplinary team consisting of psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, marriage and family therapists, and mental health professionals in training. Staff are trained in empirically based “Best Practices” treatment modalities that address both addiction and mental disorders and the interaction between. Outpatient services include care coordination, recovery counseling, relapse prevention, individual and group therapy, pharmacotherapy, psychoeducation, advocacy and community linkages to health, housing, self-help groups and vocational services. Patients participate in a comprehensive assessment and collaborate with staff in designing an individualized treatment plan. The Program utilizes a harm reduction approach that helps the patient work towards sobriety by using motivational interviewing principles and “stages of change” model. Treatment approaches include Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Seeking Safety, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Schema-Focused and Mentalization based therapies and art therapy. A Mindfulness-Based approach toward daily living is emphasized. Family and significant others are included as an integral part of the recovery process. The Program implements a six month to one-year stage-wise approach to recovery and rehabilitation based on individual capacities and needs followed by an individualized aftercare plan. Individuals typically participate in weekly psychotherapy and 3 groups a week. The initial phase engages the patient in a constructive working alliance; helps to stabilize a safe and stable home situation when needed and assures that basic needs are met. This phase also addresses beginning stabilization of psychiatric symptoms while working toward or maintaining sobriety. The middle phase works toward maintaining stabilization of symptoms and sobriety, strengthening bonds to family and community and developing interpersonal, emotional and behavioral regulation skills. The final phase focuses on developing or strengthening vocational goals and community connections while continuing to build on earlier gains.
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.”
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.
Non Residential Stepping Stone Of San Diego Inc
Location: San Diego, CA - 92103
Contact Phone: (619) 295-3995
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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.
Recovery Home Pathfinders Of San Diego
Location: San Diego, CA - 92102
Contact Phone: (619) 239-7370
Website: http://pathfindersrecovery.org/
Description: Pathfinders of San Diego is a long term, residential, social-model men’s recovery home that has been treating those suffering from alcoholism since 1950. Located in beautiful San Diego, Pathfinders provides a safe and pro-social environment that is beneficial to the healing process. Using a bio-psycho-social approach to treatment of alcohol addiction, pathfinders provides our residents an affordable, long term reintegration solution while acquiring the tools to achieve long term sobriety and a healthy, productive and independent life. Since structure and productivity is often lost in active addiction, it is an integrated and integral component of the pathfinders program. Daily activities such as chores, peer group support, recovery and house meetings, literature study and addiction education groups are more highly structured in the initial phase of the program and taper over the course of residence through transition. As residents repair and develop independent living skills and reintegrate into the social and occupational facets of life, they learn how to utilize their recovery tools in daily functions and manage a well-balanced sobriety. Our addiction and alcohol education classes provide residents with awareness of the physiological changes that occur through substance dependence and define specific tools to help expedite the brain’s recovery. Although neurological repair is a welcomed and anticipated process of recovery, its symptoms are uncomfortable and encourage relapse. Educating residents on the brain’s recovery process and corresponding symptoms normalizes the experience and allows room for the sufferer to endure the temporary discomfort in exchange for the benefits of a full recovery. Specific recovery nutritional guidance, harmful effects of substance use, stress management, relapse prevention and many other topics are also covered. Additionally, our 12 Step literature study is designed to translate the basic text of 12 Step into applicable and immediate tools and educate residents on the culture, traditions and rich history of the 12 Step modality of treatment. This increases confidence and comfort when attending and joining outside recovery meetings and developing a sober support network in the 12 Step community. What makes pathfinders different from many other residential settings is “the men who have come before.” Pathfinder’s recovery home has tremendous alumni support that unselfishly “give back” and share their time with our residents. Not only does this support restore hope, their success is evidence that recovery is possible and their compassion and empathy encourages positive outcomes. Many of our alumni involve themselves with 12 Step sponsorship which creates a mutually supportive relationship. Our long term, social-model modality is built on the foundational philosophy of recovery; one alcoholic helping another. Residents are able to relate and identify with one other, establishing trust. Once this trust is established a fellowship is formed which creates a safe environment which encourages and inspires insight. Our residents begin to support each other while embarking on their journey of recovery and their daily successes restore character, self-esteem and confidence. They soon find that their successful experience of recovery becomes their greatest asset as they help others do the same.
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
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.
Resource Center Substance Abuse Evaluation
Location: San Diego, CA - 92108
Contact Phone: (619) 280-3059
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Restore Inc
Location: San Diego, CA - 92112
Contact Phone: (619) 563-9247
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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.
Mens Center San Diego Rescue Mission Inc
Location: San Diego, CA - 92101
Contact Phone: (619) 687-3720
Website: http://www.sdrescue.org/
Description: San Diego Rescue Mission meets the critical, diverse needs of homeless, poor and/or addicted men through our 12-month residential rehabilitation program, providing the tools, training and support to permanently transform their lives. At the very center of this state-licensed recovery program is the beginning and/or strengthening of their personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Our Men’s Center incorporates a holistic approach to recovery, addressing the needs of the mind, body, and soul. By doing so we help our residents confront and overcome the problems that led to homelessness in the first place. Men's CenterIn addition to providing basic services such as housing and food, our program also integrates practical life skills such as vocational training and educational classes. Work therapy and individual therapy assist in the recovery of each client, and Bible study classes add to the men’s total transformation. Upon graduation, our goal is that all men live both independently as part of society, but also depend on their relationships with Jesus Christ. In the residential transition period that follows on site, we remain available to assist our graduates in obtaining housing and employment, giving them their greatest chances for success in returning to the outside world as a contributing member of society.
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.
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.
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.
Turning Point Home Of San Diego
Location: San Diego, CA - 92102
Contact Phone: (619) 233-0067
Website: http://turningpointhome.org/
Description: Located on the edge of San Diego's Golden Hill park, the Turning Point Home is a community-based, peer-oriented, residential recovery home which provides shelter, food and recovery services to alcoholic women. Our program's staff encourages residents to participate in varied social settings and assists them in meeting personal needs. Women are required to attend AA meetings in the community as well as meetings held at The Turning Point Home. The Turning Point program is a minimum of three months and up to one year. It includes attendance at meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous, alcohol and drug education, relapse prevention, household chores and responsibilities, and groups pertaining to the physical psychological and behavioral aspects of recovery. Our program provides recovery and exit planning, daily discussion groups with peers, one on one meetings with staff and a weekly resident meeting. The Turning Point Home is a tax-exempt organization under 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Cash as well as in-kind donations are tax deductible.
Venture Day Treatment
Location: San Diego, CA - 92119-3142
Contact Phone: (619) 698-9117
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West Office San Diego Health Alliance
Location: San Diego, CA - 92108
Contact Phone: (619) 718-9890
Website: http://www.crchealth.com
Description: Located at 7020 Friars Road in San Diego, California, the Fashion Valley Clinic/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 Fashion Valley Clinic/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.
Scripps Alcohol And Drug Treatment Program
Location: San Diego, CA - 92121
Contact Phone: (800) 382-4357
Website: http://www.scripps.org/
Description: The consequences of alcohol abuse or drug addiction are devastating to the alcoholic or addict and his/her family and friends. Help with recovery is available at Scripps Health in San Diego. The recovery help you need, when you need it Scripps Alcohol and Drug Treatment Program can help with every step on the journey to recovery. Based on time-tested, 12-step recovery principles and premier health care services, Scripps provides high-quality treatment for patients and their families.
Mcalister Institute - Central South Teen Recovery Center
Location: San Diego, CA - 92113
Contact Phone: (619) 263-7768
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.
Mcalister Institute - Mid-city Teen Recovery Center
Location: San Diego, CA - 92105
Contact Phone: (619) 280-2300
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.
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.
Euclid Medical & Mental Health Services
Location: San Diego, CA - 92105
Contact Phone: (619) 263-0433
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.
Mhs - Central East Regional Recovery Center
Location: San Diego, CA - 92115
Contact Phone: (619) 287-8225
Website: https://www.mhsinc.org/
Description: Central East Regional Recovery Center 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.
Mhs - Harmony West Women's Regional
Location: San Diego, CA - 92120
Contact Phone: (619) 285-1718
Website: https://www.mhsinc.org/
Description: Harmony West is a gender responsive, non-residential treatment and recovery center dedicated to helping women through the challenges of recovery from alcohol and drug addiction. The program provides an array of substance abuse treatment and education services, as well as classes to develop and strengthen skills related to healthy parenting, relationships, and self-sufficiency. Our Prevention and Early Intervention (PEI) mental health component targets those women, children, and mothers who aren’t receiving therapeutic services elsewhere. These mental health counseling services encompass a client-centered approach and provide therapeutic support to family members, as well.
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.
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.
Mhs - San Diego Re-entry Treatment Program
Location: San Diego, CA - 92104
Contact Phone: (619) 291-1881
Website: https://www.mhsinc.org/
Description: Our San Diego Re-entry Treatment Program is the case management and treatment provider for San Diego County Superior Court’s Reentry Court. The program includes a minimum of nine months of intensive drug abuse treatment and testing services, followed by three months of aftercare support services. We offer group and individual counseling, as well as case management services for mental health, education, employment and community referral needs.
Mhs - South County Center For Change
Location: San Diego, CA - 92154
Contact Phone: (619) 429-4117
Website: https://www.mhsinc.org/
Description: South County Center for Change is the case management and treatment provider for San Diego’s South 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, South 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. We serve individuals who have a substance abuse issue in conjunction with criminal charges, who the courts believe would benefit from our structured treatment program. San Diego Superior Court Adult Drug Courts exclude individuals charged with violent offenses, sex crimes and manufacturing illegal substances, as well as other serious offenses. At South County Center for Change we recognize that many people have individual needs, which may include coping with co-occurring disorders. Our services are aimed at meeting the treatment needs of all those referred to our program through the court.
Crash Inc. - Bill Dawson Residential Recovery Program
Location: San Diego, CA - 92101
Contact Phone: (619) 239-9691
Website: http://www.crashinc.org/
Description: This long-term (four to six months or longer) adult co-ed residential treatment program utilizes the therapeutic community model. The comprehensive and holistic approach of this program is designed to encourage and help affect positive changes within the residential client. The environment is highly structured and includes individual and group counseling, vocational and educational services, socializing skills, recovery planning, relapse prevention, supervised family night, and a continuing care aftercare component. No service will be refused due to a client's inability to pay.

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