Bay Area Substance Abuse Resources



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Bay Area Substance Abuse Resources

ALAMEDA COUNTY

AGENCY/

LOCATION


PHONE NUMBER

WEBSITE

POP. SERVED

SERVICES OFFERED




Alameda Family Services

(510) 522-8363

www.xanthos.org/

Adults and adolescents

Assessment, intervention, and counseling for substance abuse and addiction. Services include outreach and school-based interventions, outpatient drug-free treatment groups, diversion services for drug offenders, on-site drug  testing, survivors group, Alanon/Alateen, and dual-diagnosis treatment for adjudicated youth.





Allied Fellowship

(510) 534-5354;

Intake
(510) 535-1236






Adults

Provides residential long-term treatment (more than 30 days), Outpatient and Partial hospitalization/day treatment services for substance abuse.




Asian Pacific Psychological Services

(510) 835-2777

www.appsweb.org/home.htm

Adults and adolescents

Services include: adult mental health and alcohol/other drug (AOD) prevention and treatment, Child and adolescent mental health/wraparound services and alcohol/drug prevention and treatment; AOD/MH treatment for court-referred and other youth; a community mobilizing AOD prevention program. Services in 12 Asian languages and dialects.




Centro de Juventud

(510) 532-5995




Adolescents

Services are provided to youth between the ages of 12-18. Treatment services include assessment, treatment planning, individual/group/family counseling, social and recreational activities.




Chrysalis, a program of Horizon Services, Inc.

Admissions Coordinator
510) 450-1192;
Administrative Office
(510) 784-5865

www.horizonservices.org/chrysalis.htm

Women

drug and alcohol prevention, treatment, and recovery facility for women 18 years of age and older. Chrysalis serves women who are Chronic Alcohol and/or other Drug Abusers/Dependent and are: homeless, pregnant, IV Drug User - pregnant, IV Drug User, Court Ordered/Referred, referrals from CALWorks/TANF, Referrals from Detox, Dually Diagnosed, Diagnosed HIV +, Diagnosed AIDS, Referrals from BASN, Referrals from Shelter Plus Care, Referrals from CPS, or Referrals from Alameda County ACCESS, and SACPA




Community Counseling & Education Center (CCEC)

(510) 792-4964

www.communitycounseling.org/

Adolescents

Offers a wide variety of individual and group counseling services related to substance abuse recovery and education. I.E. Anger, violence, gangs and other life challenges. Information presentations are available where-in risk factors are discussed to educate youth on the negative consequences of AOD dependency.




CURA (Carnales Unidos Reformando Adictos)

Intake and Assessment
(510) 713-3200;
Administrative Office
(510) 713-3202

www.curainc.com/

Adults

C.U.R.A. is a long-term, residential therapeutic community for the treatment of chemical dependency. Each individual requesting admission to the program is asked for a minimum commitment of one year.




East Bay Community Recovery Project

Outpatient Services
(510) 446-7180;
East Bay Training Institute (EBTI)
(510) 446-7116;
Residential Services (Project Pride)
(510) 446-7150;
Outpatient Services Hayward Office
(510) 728-8600

www.ebcrp.org/

Adults

The Outpatient Division offers a day treatment program for clients with substance abuse and co-occuring disorders. In addition, comprehensive mental health and substance abuse services are offered to the state, federal, and local criminal justice populations. Residential Services provide a 24 hour therapeutic community model of long-term residential treatment for women in recovery and their children. Project Pride, a program of East Bay Community Recovery Project (EBCRP), is a residential alcohol and drug treatment program.





East Oakland Recovery Center

(510) 568-2432

N/A

Adults

Provides substance abuse treatment services, including outpatient and partial day treatment.




HAART

(510) 875-2300x236;
INTAKE1
(510) 875-2300x246




Adults

Outpatient substance abuse treatment services. Services offered in Spanish.




Harrison House

(510) 649-1930




Adults and their families

An 80-bed shelter the provides mental health, housing, employment, education, drug/alcohol recovery services for homeless individuals and families.




Health Through Art: Signs of Recovery

(510) 451-7099

www.healththroughart.org/

Adults

A community wide project providing the public with expressions of health and creativity to counteract substance abuse, racism, violence and sexism, as it is taught and reinforced through unhealthy and pervasive media imagery.




Healthy Babies Project

Harriet Tubman Recovery Center-510) 450-0886;
INTAKE1
(510) 450-0881;

Harriet Tubman Recovery Center II-(510) 450-0886;


INTAKE1
(510) 450-0881;

John George Recovery Center-(510) 450-0886;


INTAKE1
(510) 450-0881;

Maudell Shirek Recivery Village- (510) 450-0881






Adults;

Residential programs for pregnant and postpartum women (with children permitted)



Outpatient and long-term (more than 30 days) substance abuse treatment.




Integrated Counseling and Consulting Services

(510) 885-0607;
INTAKE2
(510) 728-9170




Adults and adolescents

Provides a mix of mental health and substance abuse services, including outpatient, partial hospitalization/day treatment, dual diagnosis and anger management. Services offered in Spanish.




Magnolia Women's Recovery Program

(510) 713-7743




Women (pregnant and postpartum)

Magnolia Women’s Recovery Program serves low-income pregnant and postpartum women with substance abuse issues. Residential long-term treatment (more than 30 days) program provides treatment for drug addiction, alcoholism and substance abuse.




Mandana Community Recovery Center, a program of Horizons Services, Inc.

(510) 595-9690

http://www.horizonservices.org/HomePage/Mandana.html

Adults

Provides education and a wide variety of support services to community members and human service professionals dealing with alcohol and other drug related problems in living, social and work environments.




Mujeres Con Esperanza (Latino Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse of Alameda County)

(510) 536-4764;
(510) 465-4569

N/A

Adults (Latino community, specifically women)

Provides substance abuse counseling. This program also accommodates the children of a women admitted into this treatment facility. Serves adolescents, persons with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders. Services also in Spanish.





New Bridge Foundation - Admissions and Adults Programs

24-hour Line
(800) 785-2400;
(510) 548-7270

www.new-bridge.org/

Adults and adolescents

Provides detoxification program and residential and outpatient services. Youth program is the ASPIRE program. It offers three tracks to target drug and alcohol issues: Youth Prevention Workshops, Youth Education Workshop, and Workshops for Family and School Faculty. Treatment includes:School-Based Individual Counseling Family and Group Sessions Support activities





Options Recovery Services

(510) 666-9552

www.optionsrecovery.org/

Adults

Services include detox support, outpatient substance abuse treatment and aftercare, early intervention for first-time offenders, long-term intensive case management, clean and sober transitional housing, clean and sober permanent housing, physical health assessment, emergency care and referral and educational and employment referrals for homeless substance abusers.




Orchid Womens Recovery Center

(510) 535-0611




Women (with children permitted)

Provides drug treatment and alcohol rehabilitation for women suffering from drug addiction and alcoholism related issues. This program can also accommodate the children of a women admitted into the facility.




Project Eden, a program of Horizon Services, Inc.

(510) 247-8200

www.horizonservices.org/project_eden.htm

Adolescents

Provides prevention, intervention and out-patient substance abuse treatment for youth and their families. These services include substance assessments and counseling.




Project Pride

(510) 832-0600




Women (with children permitted)

Project Pride is committed to serving women and children, providing state-of-the-art residential substance abuse treatment to the often disenfranchised community women, including those with co-occurring disorders. This program can also accommodate the children of a women admitted into this treatment facility.




SAACS (Successful Alternative for Addiction and Counseling Services)

(510) 247-8300




Adults

Provides for alcohol and drug treatment as well as addressing co-occurring issues concerning mental illness, lack of job skills and literacy.




Second Chance Ashland Center

(510) 481-8645;
24-hour Hotline
(510) 792-4357

www.secondchanceinc.com/

Adults

Provides Diversion services---DUI, PC1000 Drug Diversion, Domestic Non-Violence Support, HIV/AIDS Education Workshop, and Co-Parenting Group---are provided on a fee-for-service basis.




Second Chance Cabrillo Center

(510) 792-4357

www.secondchanceinc.com

Adults

Provides Diversion services---DUI, PC1000 Drug Diversion, Domestic Non-Violence Support, HIV/AIDS Education Workshop, and Co-Parenting Group---are provided on a fee-for-service basis.




Second Chance Fremont Center

(510) 792-4357

www.secondchanceinc.com

Adults

Provides Diversion services---DUI, PC1000 Drug Diversion, Domestic Non-Violence Support, HIV/AIDS Education Workshop, and Co-Parenting Group---are provided on a fee-for-service basis.




Second Chance Hayward Center

(510) 886-8696;
24-hour Hotline
(510) 792-4357

www.secondchanceinc.com

Adults

Provides Diversion services---DUI, PC1000 Drug Diversion, Domestic Non-Violence Support, HIV/AIDS Education Workshop, and Co-Parenting Group---are provided on a fee-for-service basis.




Second Chance Newark Center

(510) 792-4357

www.secondchanceinc.com

Adults

Provides Diversion services---DUI, PC1000 Drug Diversion, Domestic Non-Violence Support, HIV/AIDS Education Workshop, and Co-Parenting Group---are provided on a fee-for-service basis.




Si Se Puede (Latino Commission on Alc/Drug Abuse of Alameda County)

(510) 536-4760;
INTAKE1
(510) 536-4760x17;
INTAKE2
(510) 536-4760x16;
HOTLINE1

(510) 465-4569



N/A

Adolescents

Teen treatment services include programs for outpatient addiction rehabilitation, teen substance abuse, and alcohol / drug addiction treatment. Specialized group rehabilitation programs are available for dual-diagnosis (co-occuring disorders). Services also in Spanish.




Terra Firma Diversion/Educational Services

(510) 675-9362

www.customeventscatering.com/terra/

Adults

Provides substance abuse treatment, including PC drug diversion and drug testing.




Thunder Road Adolescent Treatment

(510) 653-5040

www.altabatessummit.org/clinical/thunderroad.html

adolescents

Provides Short-term Inpatient Program, Long-term Residential Program and Day Treatment Services, outpatient individual, family and group therapy, and ongoing weekly support recovery services.




West Oakland Health Center - Outpatient/ Women's Option Program

(510) 433-1500

N/A

Adults (specifically Women)

Provides substance abuse treatment services and accommodates the children of women admitted into this treatment facility.




West Oakland Health Council | Residential S.A. Recovery Center

(510) 433-1500;
INTAKE2
(530) 430-1772;
HOTLINE1
(510) 430-1771;
HOTLINE2
(510) 430-1772

www.wohc.org

Adults

Provides 24-hour residential care for up to 21 men who are seeking to overcome addiction to drugs or alcohol. Residential care is provided for 60 days, followed by non-residential services offered through Trouble House, located on Telegraph Avenue, within walking distance of the new program.


CONTRA COSTA COUNTY

AGENCY/

LOCATION


PHONE NUMBER

WEBSITE

POP. SERVED

SERVICES OFFERED




Bi Bett Corp: Frederic Ozanam Center

INTAKE1 
(925) 676-4840x10; 
HOTLINE1 
(925) 676-4840x13; 
(925) 676-4840




Adults

Offers long-term residential substance abuse treatment and outpatient counseling services.




Born Free Program: Central Contra Costa

(925) 646-1165; 
HOTLINE1 
(925) 313-6300

www.cchealth.org 

Adults, especially pregnant and postpartum women

Provides outpatient substance abuse treatment programs with special emphasis on pregnant and post-partum women.




Center Point, Inc.

(510) 215-9378; 
INTAKE1 
(510) 558-8190

www.cpinc.org 

Adults, including women with children and adolescents

Provides comprehensive, integrated services to at-risk individuals and families. They provide comprehensive social, educational, vocational, medical, psychological, housing, and rehabilitation services to combat social problems such as substance abuse, poverty, unemployment, and homelessness.  Services also in Spanish.




Discovery House

(925) 646-9270; 
INTAKE1 
(800) 846-1682




Adults

Provides residential long-term substance abuse treatment (more than 30 days). Clients participate on a voluntary basis and are supervised at all times. They receive group and individual counseling for an average of 90 days. Many then move into sober-and-clean living houses for a year or more while attending school or working.




J. Cole Recovery Homes, Inc.: Cole House

(925) 978-2873; 
INTAKE2 
(925) 757-9786




Adults

Provide residential short-term substance abuse treatment (30 days or less), Residential long-term treatment (more than 30 days)




John Muir Behavioral Health Center for Recovery: Chemical Dependency Services

(925) 674-4100; 
(925) 674-4114

www.johnmuirhealth.com/index.php/behavioral_health.html

Adults

Treats voluntary patients ages 18 and older for all types of alcohol and chemical dependency, including street drugs such as methamphetamines, high-dose heroin, cocaine and crack; designer drugs such as Ecstasy and GHB; and prescription drugs such as Vicodin, high-dose OxyContin, Methadone and Valium.
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