Our Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Treatment Services assist individuals who are experiencing substance use problems that are impacting their physical health, interpersonal relationships or causing employment or legal issues.
Per California state regulations, admission preference will be given to pregnant women using substances and to intravenous drug users.
Our SUD treatment program offers outpatient treatment one, two or four days per week, depending on an individual’s treatment needs. Treatment is conducted in treatment groups. Treatment groups include but are not limited to:
Women’s recovery group
Men’s seeking safety group
If an individual needs other services, such as residential treatment, detox services or other types of counseling, he or she will be referred to an appropriate, available local treatment program.
Individuals will be assessed to ensure they meet medical criteria for treatment.
It is easy to access services. Come to 720 Wood St., pick up a packet, fill it out and bring the completed packet to an SUD Orientation. Orientations take place every Friday at 8:30 a.m. at 720 Wood St.
SUD is designed to empower participants to develop the self-awareness and personal motivation needed to make positive and permanent changes in their lives. Program services are provided by substance abuse counselors and may include: