Humboldt County Programs For Recovery
As of July 1, 2020, Humboldt County contracts with Partnership HealthPlan of California to offer the Medi-Cal Organized Delivery System (ODS) Waiver through the State Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) to provide services to individuals who are eligible for substance use services.
The Drug Medi-Cal ODS Waiver “Implementation Plan for Regional Model” encompasses seven counties: Humboldt, Lassen, Mendocino, Modoc, Shasta, Siskiyou and Solano. Note: Some of their webpages are currently down, but Partnership Health Plan of California services can still be accessed here.
Humboldt County Programs for Recovery assists individuals who are experiencing substance use problems that are impacting their physical health, interpersonal relationships or causing employment or legal issues. We provide substance use disorder (SUD) treatment to Medi-Cal beneficiaries who meet medical necessity for outpatient and intensive outpatient levels of care.
Call Beacon Health Options to complete a brief screening and connect with a SUD treatment provider who offers the level of care that fits your needs. DHHS staff will connect with you during the call to schedule an assessment should you be referred to DHHS’s Humboldt County Programs for Recovery.
TTY users call 800-735-2929 or 711
It is easy to access services. Come to 734 Russ St. in Eureka to pick up an admission packet or call 707-476-4054 to have one mailed or emailed to you. Fill out the packet and return it prior to or during your SUD assessment.
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 and intensive outpatient treatment. Treatment is conducted in treatment groups or individually. Treatment groups include, but are not limited to:
- Women’s Recovery
- Men’s Recovery.
Individuals will be assessed to ensure they meet medical criteria for treatment.
SUD treatment services are 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:
- American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) Assessment
- Consultation and referrals
- Plan development
- Individual and group counseling
- Treatment and recovery services
- Parenting skills
- Skill development
- Case management
- Service coordination
- Field services