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Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation Programs in Los Angeles, CA

Los Angeles, CA has a multitude of treatment options including: 20 medicare programs, 37 inpatient rehabs, 44 drug rehabs that take private insurance like Blue Cross Blue Shield, 23 drug and alcohol detox, 47 outpatient treatment programs.

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Substance Abuse Treatment Facilities Serving the Los Angeles, California Area:

    alcohol treatment program - Dare U to Care Outreach Ministry CA
    316 West 120th Street
    Los Angeles, CA. 90061

    Phone: 323-777-2372

    Dare U To Care Ministries is a six-to-twelve month residential program for men, women, and women with children ranging in ages from 0-13 years who have been impacted by a substance use disorder. The program is a 12-Step Social Model Therapeutic Community with an emphasis on continued education, coupled with a strong aftercare alumni program. Dare U To Care offers a wide-ranging, comprehensive array of services throughout the program to aid in their recovery efforts. Drawing heavily from Christian spirituality, they offer education in the fields of anger management, parenting, and communication alongside individual, group, and family therapy.

    alcohol rehab program - VA Los Angeles Ambulatory Care Center CA
    351 East Temple Street
    Los Angeles, CA. 90012
    213-253-2677 x23011

    Phone: 213-253-2677 x23011

    VA Los Angeles Ambulatory Care Center provides outpatient treatment and rehabilitation for veterans with mental health and substance use disorders. The services they offer are individualized to the patient's needs, support is available 24/7 to guarantee continuous access to care, and the VA provides many ancillary services to assist in surrounding challenges. The LA Ambulatory Care Center offers opioid use disorder treatment that utilizes a combination of behavioral therapy and medication-assisted treatment using methadone, buprenorphine/naloxone, and naltrexone. The purpose of this form of medication management is to reduce cravings and other unpleasant withdrawal symptoms and prevent relapse.

    drug treatment program - Salvation Army CA
    3107 South Grand Avenue
    Los Angeles, CA. 90007
    213-744-8186 x207

    Phone: 213-744-8186 x207

    The Salvation Army's Hope Harbor Center is a residential Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment Facility serving veterans affected by substance use and mental health disorders. The licensed clinical based program is nine-to-eighteen months, where clients who have already gone through the detoxification process can receive substance abuse treatment in a social model for recovery. LA Hope Harbor also offers temporary supportive housing, job placement services, and case management services to male veterans and men released early from incarceration due to substance abuse related issues.

    alcohol rehab facility - Betty Ford Center CA
    10700 Santa Monica Boulevard
    Los Angeles, CA. 90025

    Phone: 310-307-7053

    The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation is a non-profit provider of comprehensive inpatient and outpatient addiction and mental health care for individuals, families, and communities affected by substance use disorders. The Betty Ford Center outpatient rehab center provides convenient access to world-class alcohol and drug addiction treatment. They offer an intensive outpatient program (IOP), a low intensity outpatient group, virtual outpatient mental health services, family and children's services, and recovery management. Each patient is provided with an individualized treatment plan that identifies the initial level and frequency of care, along with a treatment team to guide them through the recovery process.

    alcohol rehab program - Motivational Recovery Services Inc CA
    2116-2118 South Central Avenue
    Los Angeles, CA. 90011

    Phone: 213-493-4664

    Motivational Recovery Services (MRS), Inc. is an outpatient treatment center for individuals with substance use disorders, whose mission is to provide high-quality services to the afflicted patient, their families, and the community they live in. They provide goal-oriented, individualized treatment plans that utilize a variety of their services, which include assessments and evaluations, individual and group counseling, crisis intervention, relapse prevention, and education for coping skills, communication skills, and disease awareness. MRS, Inc. also offers a variety of youth-specific programs, including gang and A.W.O.L. intervention, and referrals through an ancillary service when necessary.

    drug rehab facility - United American Indian Involvement CA
    1125 West 6th Street
    Los Angeles, CA. 90017

    Phone: 213-202-3970

    United American Indian Involvement, Inc. is the largest provider of human and health services for American Indians and Alaskan Natives (AI/ANs) living in the county of Los Angeles. Their mission is to promote and support the physical, behavioral, and spiritual well-being of AI/ANs by providing comprehensive, integrated services that focus on all age groups and incorporate AI/AN cultures and traditions. Alongside a community clinic that provides general primary care to their patients, they also offer outpatient services for substance use disorders, behavioral and mental health disorders, and specialized programs for youth and seniors.

    drug rehab facility - VA Greater LA Healthcare System CA
    11301 Wilshire Boulevard
    Los Angeles, CA. 90073

    Phone: 310-478-3711

    The VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System provides veterans with a wide range of healthcare, support, and facility services at 11 locations in a 5-county area of southern California. Services are offered in the areas of primary care, mental health care, and specialty care alongside social programs for caregivers, unhoused veterans, LFBTQ+ veterans, minority veterans, patient advocates, social work services, and returning service member care. The West Los Angeles Medical Center provides primary care and specialty health services including mental health care, women's health services, cancer treatment and research, thoracic surgery, dentistry, vision care, and more.

    drug rehab program - Narcotics Prevention Association CA
    942 South Atlantic Boulevard
    Los Angeles, CA. 90022

    Phone: 323-263-9700

    Narcotics Prevention Association, Inc. is a non-profit agency that provides outpatient treatment for individuals with an opioid use disorder, whose mission is to promote wellness in the community by providing compassionate, culturally competent treatment and prevention services to impact the disease of addiction. The services offered at the clinic includes outpatient detoxification, methadone maintenance, buprenorphine induction & maintenance, individual & group counseling, and connections to community resources and primary medical care. This facility only provides services to methadone and buprenorphine clients, and all programs and services are available in both English and Spanish.

    alcohol treatment program - Y and Y Recovery CA
    1123 and 1125 North Alexandria Avenue
    Los Angeles, CA. 90029

    Phone: 323-928-2568

    Y & Y Recovery is a 14-bed rehabilitation facility that offers comprehensive treatment and detoxification to individuals with a substance use disorder. The treatment programs utilize a variety of therapeutic modalities, including cognitive behavior therapy, evidence-based psychotherapies, dialectical behavior therapy, harm reduction, medication-assisted treatment/recovery (MAT/R), and motivational interviewing. Y & Y Recovery also provides Incidental Medical Services (IMS) that address medical issues associated with detoxification and/or the provision of treatment from a substance use disorder. The goal of IMS is to enhance the safety of treatment services by allowing physicians to treat clients on-site for those services.

    alcohol rehab facility - BAART Programs Southeast CA
    4920 Avalon Boulevard
    Los Angeles, CA. 90011

    Phone: 323-235-5035

    BAART Programs offers medication-assisted treatment, counseling, and recovery services to individuals with opioid use disorders (OUDs). Their commitment is to provide patients with affordable, quality, evidence-based treatment options to aid in the recovery process. BAART Programs Southeast provides treatment for individuals addicted to opioids such as heroin, pain medication, and fentanyl. Patients are given a personalized treatment plan that incorporates detoxification, medication-assisted treatment using either methadone or buprenorphine, and individualized counseling sessions. To provide well-rounded treatment, they also integrate addiction education, case management, and relapse prevention into their care for a higher chance of sustained recovery.

    alcohol treatment facility - Alcoholism Center for Women CA
    1147 South Alvarado Street
    Los Angeles, CA. 90006

    Phone: 213-381-8500

    Alcoholism Center for Women (ACW) is a non-profit incorporated 501(c)(3) organization that offers a continuum of gender-responsive trauma-informed programs with the goal that each woman served will maintain sustained recovery. ACW's Miracle House is a 32-bed substance use residential treatment program that offers a 24-hour, 6-day a week set schedule based on a methodology that offers each woman a prescribed process, allowing her to move gradually from a structured to a self-determined program. The program utilizes an evidence-based curriculum, and includes counseling sessions, domestic violence/trauma therapy, nutrition counseling, crisis intervention, case management, and linkage to community services.

    alcohol treatment facility - County of Los Angeles CA
    245 South Fetterly Avenue
    Los Angeles, CA. 90022

    Phone: 323-362-1400

    Kaiser Permanente is a non-profit healthcare plan that provides its members with a broad range of prevention, treatment, and recovery support. It offers a full range of evidence-based treatment options for adults and teens, and each patient is provided with an individualized treatment plan that is tailored to their specific needs. Kaiser's West Los Angeles Medical Center provides adult primary care services in the areas of internal and family medicine. Internal medicine doctors focus on prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases in adults while family medicine physicians offer comprehensive care for both children and adults.

    alcohol treatment facility - Watts Healthcare Corp Inc CA
    8005 South Figueroa Street
    Los Angeles, CA. 90003
    323-568-5400 x5419

    Phone: 323-568-5400 x5419

    The House of Uhuru is a division of Watts Healthcare Corporation that strives to enhance the well-being of communities impacted by chemical dependency by providing comprehensive, culturally-sensitive prevention and education with a continuum of quality care for positive social change. Their services are targeted, but not restricted, to the African-American and Spanish-speaking communities of South Central Los Angeles, and include residential treatment programs for men, women, and women with children ages 0-5 and outpatient treatment services. Ancillary services are also offered for pregnant women with substance use disorders and for low-income patients requiring financial aid to receive treatment.

    drug treatment program - BHS High Gain Program Westchester CA
    9100 South Sepulveda Boulevard
    Los Angeles, CA. 90045

    Phone: 310-644-3659

    Behavioral Health Services (BHS) is a non-profit community-based healthcare organization providing medical services, substance abuse and mental health treatment, drug-free transitional living, housing for women with HIV, and prevention services. BHS's Drinking Driver Program is targeted toward individuals convicted of a first, second, or third offense of driving while under the influence of alcohol and other drugs, and emphasizes alcohol/drug education, group counseling, individual therapy sessions, and self-help group meetings. The program is available in three, six, or nine-month increments, depending on the order of the court for individual participants, and is offered in both English and Spanish.

    alcohol treatment facility - Special Services for Groups Inc CA
    5715 South Broadway
    Los Angeles, CA. 90037

    Phone: 323-948-0444

    Special Service for Groups, Inc. (SSG) is a non-profit health and human service organization dedicated to building and sustaining community-based programs that address the needs of vulnerable communities. SSG programs utilize trauma-informed approaches to treatment and offer services that range from prevention to various outpatient programs to intensive support for reentry or diversion from hospitals and jails, as well as recovery support services. The Pacific Asian Alcohol and Drug Program partners with DPSS offices to provide substance abuse prevention and education services to the Asian and Pacific Islander community.

    drug treatment program - Union Rescue Mission CA
    545 South San Pedro Street
    Los Angeles, CA. 90013

    Phone: 213-347-6300

    Union Rescue Mission (URM) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to helping men, women, and children experiencing homelessness so they can get off of the streets and find their way home. URM's residential Christian Life Discipleship program is a year-long plan designed to help men understand the root causes of their homelessness, and then to rebuild their lives on a solid biblical foundation and lasting solutions. The program incorporates recovery/bible classes, biblical 12-steps, work therapy, personal counseling, educational courses, vocational training, financial planning, and community church involvement.

    drug rehab program - Turning Point Alcohol and CA
    3756 Santa Rosalia Drive
    Los Angeles, CA. 90008

    Phone: 323-296-1840

    Turning Point is a 501(c)(3) non-profit community-based organization dedicated to supporting the needs of men, women, and transitional aged youth who have been marginalized by substance use disorders, trauma, unhousedness, and incarceration. They work closely with the reentry population who have been impacted by the criminal justice system and assist formerly incarcerated individuals and the unhoused population by providing temporary and permanent housing support, mental health services, drug and alcohol education, parenting skills, and anger management and domestic violence classes. Turning Point also runs food distribution programs, giving individuals struggling with food insecurity access to free food sources.

    drug rehab program - Haven House Addiction Treatment CA
    2252 Hillsboro Avenue
    Los Angeles, CA. 90034

    Phone: 310-876-0492

    Haven House is a rehabilitation and addiction treatment center that provides evidence-based substance use treatment programs for every stage of the recovery process. Haven House's Residential Detox Center is a 6-bed facility that offers medically monitored substance detoxification. The length of time needed for clients to safely detox is varies for each individual, however the average amount of time needed for the detox level of care is 5-10 days and many clients continue into the residential treatment program after completion. The residential program complements group and individual services with holistic healing services such as yoga, meditation, and nutritional counseling.

    drug rehab program - Hollywood Medical Rehab Care Inc CA
    5232 West Sunset Boulevard
    Los Angeles, CA. 90027

    Phone: 323-660-0900

    Hollywood Medical Rehabilitation Care (HRMC) Inc. is a methadone clinic that strives to help people with an opioid use disorder by providing comprehensive opiate treatment services in a caring, supportive, and professional environment. The clinic offers outpatient Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) using methadone and buprenorphine management. Beyond the traditional models of opioid treatment, HMRC Inc. also provides individual therapy, group counseling, and 21 & 180 day detoxification programs in order to give clients a personalized, comprehensive plan of care.

    drug rehab program - Alta Centers Inc CA
    6100 Rodgerton Drive
    Los Angeles, CA. 90068

    Phone: 818-616-7443

    Alta Centers Inc. is a patient-focused addiction recovery facility that provides detoxification, residential treatment for up to 45 days, and post-treatment aftercare for individuals with substance use, or co-occurring mental health, disorders. The Alta Centers trauma-informed care model is executed in a residential environment and utilizes a variety of therapeutic modalities in both an individual and group setting. These treatment modalities include relapse prevention, cognitive and dialectical behavior therapy, recovery-oriented skills, contingency management intervention, and family therapy/family support, and are incorporated into their individualized treatment plans based on the needs of the client.

    alcohol rehab facility - Asian American Drug Abuse Program CA
    5318 Crenshaw Boulevard
    Los Angeles, CA. 90043

    Phone: 323-293-6291

    The Asian American Drug Abuse Program (AADAP) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to serving Asian Pacific Islanders and other under-served communities with substance abuse services. AADAP's Therapeutic Community (TC) is a 3 to 6-month adult residential program that emphasizes five interrelated facets of living: values, decision-making, attitude, lifestyle, and self-direction. As an intense and structured learning environment, the TC is designed to create situations in which residents learn about their behaviors and attitudes while also learning how to work and interact in a community setting.

    drug rehab facility - 310 Recovery Inc CA
    1741 and 1741 1/2 Hauser Boulevard
    Los Angeles, CA. 90019

    Phone: 310-749-0978

    *310 Recovery is now The Detox Center of Los Angeles (TDCLA)* The Detox Center of L.A. (TDCLA) is a rehabilitation facility that offers treatment to individuals with substance use disorders, with the goal of helping patients build an immediate support group and establish a foundation for adding structure to their lives after recovery. They offer three levels of care: detoxification, residential addiction treatment, and outpatient addiction treatment. Each program utilizes a variety of trauma-informed therapeutic modalities, including breathwork therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, family systems therapy, jungian therapy, psychodynamic therapy, salt water therapy, eye movement desensitization & reprocessing therapy, and spirituality.

    drug rehab facility - Westwind Recovery CA
    3235 Hillock Drive
    Los Angeles, CA. 90027

    Phone: 800-223-5759

    Westwind Recovery is a treatment center that specializes in addressing co-occurring mental health disorders and substance use disorders. The services they offer are medical detoxification, inpatient and outpatient treatment programs, a sober living facility, and a concierge program. Utilizing an evidence-based, client-centered treatment approach that centers on psychotherapy, relapse prevention, and co-occurring condition management, they strive to meet clients where they are by providing access to many viable options for recovery-focused clients. They offer specialized programs for individuals who identify as LGBTQ+, those who have work or family obligations during the day, those with chronic pain, and patients with trauma.

    alcohol treatment program - HealthRIGHT 360  CA
    145 West 22nd Street
    Los Angeles, CA. 90007

    HealthRIGHT 360 provides a full continuum of substance use disorder treatment services to adults, youth, and families, including outpatient, residential, custody-based, sober living environments, and case management programs. Our services are based upon evidence-based practices, so that the therapeutic environment and the clinical interventions are appropriate and effective for the needs of the people in each program. Our programs are gender-responsive and are open and welcoming to people of any gender identity. We encourage our participants to invite their family members to join them for therapeutic and recreational activities whenever possible. If you or someone you know needs treatment for a substance use disorder, HealthRIGHT 360 offers a full spectrum of residential and outpatient services with integrated mental health services, medication management, case management, individual and group therapy, primary medical care, chronic disease management (diabetes, HIV, hepatitis B/C), specialized services for women, family advocacy and reunification, parolee services, workforce development, and housing resources and referrals.
    drug treatment program - McIntyre House CA
    544 North Kenmore Avenue
    Los Angeles, CA. 90004

    Phone: 323-662-0855

    McIntyre House is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides a rehabilitative experience for adult men seeking recovery from a substance use disorder. The services offered throughout the program include one-on-one therapy sessions, house meetings and focus groups, active 12-Step involvement, and support group networking, each designed to ensure that patients acquire the tools necessary for maintaining long-term sobriety. McIntyre House is a 5,000-square-foot townhouse where patients stay in two-man rooms and have access to many amenities, including a community entertainment room, laundry facilities, an outdoor workout area, a recovery garden, and on-site computers and internet access.

    alcohol treatment facility - Helping Hands Rehab Clinic Inc CA
    1776 North Highland Avenue
    Los Angeles, CA. 90028

    Phone: 818-830-0999

    Caring Hands Recovery Rehabilitation Center is a treatment provider for individuals with a substance use disorder that is continually seeking the most efficient and effective methodologies and approaches in the treatment of drug and alcohol addiction. The facility offers a full continuum of care, including a detoxification program, inpatient residential program, and outpatient services. Clients have access to evidence-based therapeutic sessions, both with a group and individually with a counselor, support services, and creative therapies, and are provided with individualized treatment plans based on their needs.

    drug treatment facility - Recovery Corps Health Group LLC CA
    422 North Commonwealth Avenue
    Los Angeles, CA. 90004

    Phone: 213-330-1841

    Recovery Corps is an inpatient rehabilitation center that specializes in providing individualized treatment and personalized recovery programs for individuals with substance use disorders. Their facility holds three private cottages, and throughout the detox and rehabilitation programs, each client is appointed a cottage equipped with a kitchen, bedroom, bath, living room, dining room, patio, and laundry service. Recovery Corps utilizes a variety of therapeutic modalities throughout its programs, including cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, group and family therapy, and experiential therapy. Each patient is also provided with a tailored aftercare discharge process to help them maintain long-term sobriety.

    drug rehab facility - MedMark Treatment Centers Los Angeles CA
    11900 South Avalon Boulevard
    Los Angeles, CA. 90061

    Phone: 323-242-0500

    MedMark Treatment Centers, a BayMark Health Services Company, is a series of methadone clinics that provides outpatient medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for individuals recovering from an opioid use disorder. Their program focuses on offering enhanced resources and support to patients while increasing accessibility to treatment for those still in need of help. MedMark's evidence-based treatment utilizes methadone and buprenorphine, and is supported by substance use counseling, case management, community resource referrals, and other supportive services to help patients reclaim their lives.

    drug treatment facility - Hills Treatment Center CA
    8207 Mulholland Drive
    Los Angeles, CA. 90046

    Phone: 877-589-5539

    The Hills Treatment Center is a drug rehabilitation facility in Los Angeles that offers an educational and therapeutic rehabilitation experience that is devised to address both the physical and emotional health of individuals with a substance use disorder. The Hills offers two levels of care through residential treatment and detoxification, as well as specialized programs for individuals in the LGBTQ community and for women who struggle with prescription use disorders. Each program utilizes a combination if individual & group therapy, education support services, and medication support.

    alcohol treatment program - American Health Services LLC CA
    5015 West Pico Boulevard
    Los Angeles, CA. 90019

    With community clinics spanning California and Texas our aim is to instill hope and improve quality of life by offering co-located integrated medical mental/behavioral and substance use disorder treatment services.
    alcohol treatment facility - Beit T Shuvah CA
    8831 Venice Boulevard
    Los Angeles, CA. 90034
    310-204-5200 x240

    Beit T'Shuvah's vision is to raise a new generation, one in which the paradigm of human understanding shifts, so that families can see each member as autonomous and unique. Helping people live well can penetrate both the incidence of addiction and beyond, to any family who struggles at all. Our model, based on authenticity and wholeness, can be applied not solely to treatment centers and family units, but also to any individual or community organization that is willing to look within. Ultimately, we hope to be international educators, pioneering a curriculum that teaches individuals how to live well.
    alcohol treatment facility - CLARE Matrix CA
    5220 West Washington Boulevard
    Los Angeles, CA. 90016

    Phone: 323-933-9186

    CLARE | Matrix is a rehabilitation agency that provides compassionate, evidence-based treatment for individuals struggling with substance use disorders and related behavioral health challenges. They offer 24-hour residential treatment as well as a variety of outpatient and behavioral health treatment programs that integrate the principles of 12 Steps, The Matrix Model, medication-assisted treatment (MAT), and other evidence-based therapeutic modalities designed to meet each person's needs and circumstances. Specialized programs are available for postpartum and pregnant women, youth, people with co-occurring disorders, and those affected by the criminal justice system.

    alcohol treatment program - 1 Method LLC CA
    10254 Bannockburn Drive
    Los Angeles, CA. 90064

    Phone: 310-837-7330

    1 Method Center is a 6-bed rehabilitation facility that provides detoxification, residential, and outpatient treatment for addiction, mental health, and co-occurring disorders. Each patient's recovery process starts with the construction of a customized care plan, which includes a blend of integrative clinical and medical services, 1-on1 therapy, access to a health and fitness program, and physiological protocols. 1 Method Center offers a wide variety of programs, including medical detoxification, inpatient primary care, continuing care, extended care, independent living, day, night, & coaching outpatient options, aftercare planning, family counseling, and intervention consultation.

    drug treatment program - Clinical Services Department CA
    566 South San Pedro Street
    Los Angeles, CA. 90013
    213-627-9000 x2121

    Phone: 213-627-9000 x2121

    The Weingart Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit agency that provides unhoused individuals with the essential tools necessary to stabilize their lives, secure income, and find permanent housing. Treatment begins with an individual assessment of the client's needs, and a comprehensive approach is developed to address the root causes of that person's unhousedness and decide which residential program they are best suited for. Their Interim and Permanent Supportive Housing programs provide housing alongside comprehensive wraparound services, which can include case management, orientation, medical and mental treatment, client plan development and tracking, coordination of services, advocacy, referrals, and group meetings.

    alcohol rehab facility - People Coord Servs of Southern CA CA
    3021 South Vermont Avenue
    Los Angeles, CA. 90007

    Phone: 323-732-9124

    People Coordination Services of Southern CA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit human service agency providing support services to older adults, adult substance use recovery services, inspiration, education, and prevention services for low-income children and at-risk families. The mission of the agency is to address problems and improve the quality of life for disenfranchised, neglected, and poor populations following the Great Depression. PCS's Castle Substance Abuse Program is a 60-bed facility that provides outpatient services and inpatient residential treatment for adult individuals with a substance use disorder.

    alcohol rehab facility - Sunrise Community Counseling Center CA
    537 South Alvarado Street
    Los Angeles, CA. 90057
    213-207-2770 x209

    Phone: 213-207-2770 x209

    Sunrise Community Counseling Center (SCCC) is a community-based non-profit substance abuse and mental health counseling center providing mental health services, substance use prevention & treatment, and education for immigrants, homeless, low income individuals, families, youths, adults, and the community at large. Services and programs are offered in both English and Spanish, allowing SCCC to serve the Latino community. Programs available through SCCC include a domestic violence batterer's program, domestic violence victim's program, parenting classes, anger management classes, outpatient drug-free treatment (ODF), a sexual abuse awareness program, individual counseling, a depression support group, and programs for individuals facing prosecution for drug-related offenses.

    drug treatment facility - Forward Recovery Solutions LLC CA
    1428 South Roxbury Drive
    Los Angeles, CA. 90035

    Phone: 310-945-0344

    Forward Recovery Solutions LLC is a substance abuse treatment facility that offers a full continuum of care to adults of all ages, regardless of where they are in the recovery process. They offer both an inpatient drug rehab program and outpatient programs, and aid patients in attaining long-term sobriety through individual, group, and family counseling sessions, relapse prevention training, art therapies, and holistic interventions. Forward Recovery also offers aftercare services for clients continuing on their independent recovery process and treatment for clients with co-occurring mental health disorders.

    alcohol treatment facility - Revive Detox CA
    360 North Vista Street
    Los Angeles, CA. 90036

    Phone: 844-467-3848

    REVIVE is a drug rehab and alcohol treatment center that offers a full continuum of detoxification, addiction treatment, and holistic wellness therapies to individuals with a substance use disorder. Their location offers a max client census of six, which allows them to address the needs and goals of each client independently and specifically, while co-creating plans for continued care for patients in a manner that will best serve each of their unique needs. Their holistic treatment approach utilizes a variety of therapeutic modalities, including medication-assisted treatment (MAT), neurofeedback therapy, total body restoration, and dual diagnosis treatment.

    alcohol treatment facility - CNV Detox Inc CA
    5919 West 74th Street
    Los Angeles, CA. 90045

    Phone: 310-431-4829

    CNV Detox is a 6-bed treatment facility that provides medically supervised detoxification programs and residential rehabilitation to adults with a substance use disorder. They utilize a multi-faceted family approach to treatment that simultaneously treats addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders for comprehensive recovery and treatment. Each client is provided with an initial evaluation and detoxification, after which a personalized treatment plan is created utilizing their residential and outpatient programs. They strive to create a caring, family-friendly environment where patients attend process groups, receive individual therapy with licensed/certified clinicians, become educated on relapse prevention, and practice breathwork and yoga.

    alcohol rehab facility - Peggy Albrecht Friendly House CA
    347 South Normandie Avenue
    Los Angeles, CA. 90020

    Phone: 213-389-9964

    Friendly House is a community-based non-profit organization that provides rehabilitation to women seeking recovery from alcohol and other substance use disorders. They strive to create a safe and supportive home-like environment where their patients can achieve a stabilized recovery from addiction, renew family relationships, and reintegrate back into the community. Friendly House's program consists of three phases, each of which corresponds to different activities, responsibilities, and objectives, and has a typical duration of 1-2 months. The services offered throughout recovery include 12-Step meetings, one-on-one counseling, daily education groups, process groups, equine therapy, and fitness, wellness, and family programs.

    alcohol rehab program - CA Diversion Intervention Foundation CA
    6701 Olympic Boulevard
    Los Angeles, CA. 90022

    California Diversion Intervention Foundation, (CDIF) is a non-profit Corporation with offices throughout Los Angeles and Orange Counties. Since 1989, CDIF has been State accredited to provide Drug and Batterers Programs. Our staff is selected for their special skills in working with the targeted population. We have bilingual staff. We use a team approach utilizing our individual skills to treat and prevent future problems. OUTPATIENT PROGRAMS - Batterers Intervention. Anger Management. PC1000 Drug Deferred Entry Judgement. Parolee Drug Testing. 2nd and 3rd Offender. Proposition 36 Drug program. Relapse Prevention. Teen Anger Management. Youth conflict resolution.
    drug rehab facility - Childrens Hospital Los Angeles CA
    5000 Sunset Boulevard
    Los Angeles, CA. 90027

    Youth are seen individually and/or with parent and guardian during the intake. It is during this assessment period that we determine what services best meet the needs of the youth and his or her family/guardians. Youth are asked if they are receiving treatment services elsewhere in the community to avoid duplication of services. The program gives priority to clients referred by the Department of Family and Children's Services (DCFS) and Probation, youth who are HIV-positive, pregnant teens, homeless youth and those who are suicidal or in acute crisis.
    drug rehab program - La Fuente Hollywood Treatment Ctr LLC CA
    5718 Fountain Avenue
    Los Angeles, CA. 90028

    Phone: 323-464-2947

    La Fuente Hollywood Treatment Center is a rehabilitation program committed to healing the minds, strengthening the bodies, and advancing the lives of LGBTQ individuals seeking treatment for addiction recovery. They offer a full continuum of care ranging from detoxification to residential, outpatient, and sober living, and integrate a full range of treatments including group, individual, and family therapy. La Fuente adopts a non-judgmental, therapeutically sensitive treatment approach that utilizes a variety of evidence-based treatment modules including motivational interviewing, dialectical and cognitive behavioral therapy, family systems, mindfulness, therapeutic yoga, and relapse prevention therapy.

    alcohol rehab program - A New Start Treatment and Recovery Ctr CA
    1251 Westwood Boulevard
    Los Angeles, CA. 90024

    Phone: 310-287-1919

    Muse Intensive Outpatient Rehab Center is a community dedicated to safe, healing, and recovery, and their Los Angeles Outpatient Rehab Program is designed to treat substance use and mental health disorders to help clients maintain long-term recovery. They utilize a three-pronged, interdisciplinary approach that follows the components of therapy, 12-Step integration, and case management. Alongside treatment, they also offer educational groups to teach patients anger management, life skills, addiction awareness, reflective listening, communication skills, stress reduction, and relapse prevention.

    drug treatment program - Helping Our Mentalities Excel Inc CA
    479 Park Front Walk
    Los Angeles, CA. 90011

    Phone: 323-235-5483

    Helping Our Mentalities Excel, Inc. (H.O.M.E.) is a 6-bed treatment center that offers Residential Detox and Treatment to adult men and women with a substance use disorder. The program is based on the "Therapeutic Community" (TC) model of treatment, which provides a safe and stable environment required for the initial stages of recovery, and is designed to prepare individuals for transition back into the community. The program utilizes a variety of treatment services, including cognitive behavioral therapy, individual and group counseling, guided meditation, relapse prevention, substance use education, and discharge outpatient plans.

    drug rehab program - Amity Foundation CA
    3745 South Grand Avenue
    Los Angeles, CA. 90007

    Phone: 877-301-0785

    Amity Foundation is a California 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that serves individuals, families, and children with the mission to foster personal growth, emotional literacy, and social responsibility for students, as well as to improve their physical health through nutrition and wellness. Amistad de Los Angeles provides reentry services for up to 184 men as they work their way towards reintegration and become contributing members of their communities. Using elements of their Teaching Community curriculums students work towards processing past trauma, history, and behavior while learning to care for themselves physically through a healthy diet, meditation, and yoga.

    drug treatment program - Behavioral Health Services CA
    6838 Sunset Boulevard
    Los Angeles, CA. 90028
    323-461-3161 x3817

    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.
    drug rehab facility - Volunteers of America CA
    515 East 6th Street
    Los Angeles, CA. 90021

    Phone: 213-529-0963

    Volunteers of America's Central City Recovery location offers residential treatment to individuals with substance use disorders. The co-ed program ranges from 30 to 120 days depending on medical necessity and the need for a controlled environment to establish a foundation for recovery. Throughout recovery, they provide evidence-based, trauma-informed care utilizing cognitive behavior therapy and motivational interviewing, and the program emphasizes developing coping and life skills to allow each individual to maintain long-term sobriety. They also provide wrap-around services including assessments, individual and group counseling, treatment planning, case management, and referrals.

    alcohol treatment facility - Social Model Recovery Systems CA
    4439 Burns Avenue
    Los Angeles, CA. 90029
    323-664-8969 x0

    Phone: 323-664-8969 x0

    Social Model Recovery Systems, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) California corporation that provides a variety of residential, day treatment, and outpatient treatment services for substance use and co-occurring mental health disorders. Social Model's Bimini Treatment Program is a residential treatment program that provides patients with a highly structured social model system and daily activities focused on personal growth, education, and recreation. Each resident is provided an individualized treatment plan that focuses on developing social skills and social support networks through education provided in groups and individual counseling, and by attending community functions and 12-Step meetings in the community.

    alcohol rehab program - BAART Behavioral Health Services Inc CA
    4920 Avalon Boulevard
    Los Angeles, CA. 90011

    BAART Programs is a multi-service organization and brand of BayMark Health Services providing opioid addiction treatment and rehabilitation for patients.
    drug rehab facility - Melrose Recovery LLC CA
    501 North Mariposa Avenue
    Los Angeles, CA. 90004

    Phone: 714-970-0036

    Melrose Recovery is a rehabilitation facility that provides detox and inpatient programs to individuals with a substance use disorder. They offer a 5-7 day detoxification program, a 30-6- day residential treatment program, and an aftercare program, each of which is individualized based on the needs of the patient. Melrose Recovery strives to provide comprehensive treatment that addresses underlying causes of addiction by pairing its programs with a variety of therapeutic services including individual, group, and family therapy, a 12 Step program, art and music therapy, attendance at local events, and competitive sports.

    alcohol treatment program - Chabad of California CA
    1750 South La Cienega Boulevard
    Los Angeles, CA. 90035

    Phone: 323-965-1365

    Chabad Recovery Outpatient Center provides outpatient rehabilitation services for individuals with a substance use disorder. Each client receives personal planning to maximize their possibility of sustaining lifelong sobriety as well as meeting the challenges of everyday life, and the treatment goals may include cognitive therapy, trauma resolution, mindfulness and breath work, 12-step participation, communication skills, affect management, self-care, and vocationally focused therapy. Beyond individual, group, and therapy counseling, the weekly outpatient treatment also includes educational groups, case management, fitness and wellness classes, and physical exams.

    alcohol rehab program - Novo Medical Detoxification Centers of CA
    11346 Thurston Place
    Los Angeles, CA. 90049

    Phone: 424-832-7613

    Novo Medical Detox & Residential Rehab Center provides residential programs for individuals with substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health disorders. The levels of care offered are medically monitored detoxification, residential rehabilitation, a partial hospitalization program, and an intensive outpatient program, each of which focuses on treating withdrawal symptoms while emphasizing the comfort of and respect for the client. The Novo Detox Method optimizes a comprehensive treatment plan for long-term sobriety by implementing personalized pharmacogenomic testing, toxicology testing, history and physical exams, and psychological & social assessments at admission.

    drug rehab program - CA Hispanic Commission Alc/Drug Abuse CA
    2436 Wabash Avenue
    Los Angeles, CA. 90033

    Phone: 323-780-8756

    The California Hispanic Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Inc. (CHCADA) is a private, non-profit community-based organization that addresses the antecedents and secondary effects of substance abuse and dependency through the use of comprehensive interdisciplinary services. CHCADA's Latina Men's Recovery Home is a 6-bed residential home, and its Residential Substance Use Disorder Treatment programs are designed to provide up to 90 days of recovery services to women with a substance use disorder that are seeking a clean and sober life. The services offered include individual, group, and family therapy, medication management, case management, and educational services.

    alcohol rehab program - Cri-Help Inc CA
    2010 North Lincoln Park Avenue
    Los Angeles, CA. 90031

    Phone: 323-222-1440

    CRI-Help, Inc. is a non-profit organization that provides programs of treatment, education, prevention, counseling, and rehabilitation for chemically dependent individuals and their families. They offer detoxification, medication-assisted treatment (MAT), residential rehabilitation, outpatient services, and transitional living. CRI-Help, Inc. has two locations dedicated to serving the Latino community: Socorro Residential Treatment Center and Socorro Outpatient. The residential program is designed to integrate the 12-Step philosophy into clients'daily lives, and incorporate counseling services as well as vocational assistance, recreational and fitness activities, and educational groups. The outpatient location offers individual, group, and family therapy alongside case management, and educational programs.

    alcohol rehab facility - LA Centers for Alcohol and Drug Abuse CA
    470 East 3rd Street
    Los Angeles, CA. 90013

    Phone: 213-626-6411

    Los Angeles Center for Alcohol and Drug Abuse (L.A. CADA) is a licensed and certified substance use and behavioral treatment provider that offers treatment for individuals with addiction and behavioral problems through client-centered, trauma-informed, recovery-oriented services. L.A. CADA offers a full continuum of care, including outpatient, intensive outpatient, and residential programs, that is available for adults, ages 18 and older, and services are available in an outpatient setting to adolescents, ages 12-17. It also offers HIV/AIDS prevention and intervention services, drug education/diversion, parenting education, anger management, and domestic violence counseling services.

    alcohol treatment facility - O/G Recovery CA
    6081 Harold Way
    Los Angeles, CA. 90028

    Phone: 310-499-3112

    Grace Recovery is a treatment center for individuals with a substance use disorder that offers ethical, abstinence-based treatment in a healthy environment that fosters a community of recovery, healing, and change. They offer medical detox, 30, 60, and 90-day residential programs, as well as options for outpatient treatment and aftercare services. Grace Recovery adopts a holistic, dual diagnosis treatment approach that is philosophically grounded in the 12-step program and provides patients with individualized recovery planning. Their programs utilize a variety of therapeutic modalities including education, exercise, and psychiatric services combined with individual, group, and family therapy.

    alcohol treatment program - Chabad Residential and Outpatient CA
    5675 West Olympic Boulevard
    Los Angeles, CA. 90036

    Phone: 323-965-1365

    Chabad Treatment Centers offers a family-oriented residential rehabilitation program, with the mission to help clients free themselves from a substance use disorder, connect to their inner roots of spirituality and integrity, form healthy relationships, and build meaningful and fulfilling lives. Chabad's residential program is structured around daily sessions that incorporate individual and group meetings, physical fitness, volunteering opportunities, and spiritual, recreational, and 12-step activities. On-site sober living services are available to individuals that graduate from the 3-month residential program, and the program provides an alumni support group that includes ongoing counseling, sober birthday and holiday celebration, group support, and networking.

    alcohol treatment program - Going Straight Ministries CA
    1016 West Gage Avenue
    Los Angeles, CA. 90044

    Phone: 323-696-9515

    Going Straight Ministries is a private, non-profit organization and substance abuse rehabilitation facility in Los Angeles that offers short-term and long term residential treatment programs to adult men with a substance use disorder. The programs utilize a variety of therapeutic modalities, including cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, relapse prevention, motivational interviewing, and trauma-related counseling. Patients are provided with a treatment plan that includes comprehensive assessments, individual & group counseling, health education services, employment & vocational training, mentoring programs & peer support services, case management, and connections to community resources.

    drug rehab program - MedMark Treatment Centers CA
    11900 Avalon Boulevard
    Los Angeles, CA. 90061

    Phone: 323-242-0500

    MedMark Treatment Centers, a BayMark Health Services Company, is a series of methadone clinics that provides outpatient medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for individuals recovering from an opioid use disorder. Their program focuses on offering enhanced resources and support to patients while increasing accessibility to treatment for those still in need of help. MedMark's evidence-based treatment utilizes methadone and buprenorphine, and is supported by substance use counseling, case management, community resource referrals, and other supportive services to help patients reclaim their lives.

    alcohol treatment program - Kaiser Permanente CA
    1505 North Edgemont Avenue
    Los Angeles, CA. 90027

    Phone: 323-783-8206

    Kaiser Permanente is a non-profit healthcare plan that provides its members with a broad range of prevention, treatment, and recovery support. It offers a full range of evidence-based treatment options for adults and teens, and each patient is provided with an individualized treatment plan that is tailored to their specific needs. Kaiser Permanente provides a variety of types of treatment for substance use disorders, including medical detox & withdrawal symptom management, residential treatment programs, outpatient treatment programs, counseling, medication, self-care tools, and connections to recovery resources & support.

    drug rehab program - Ness Counseling Center Inc CA
    8512 Whitworth Drive
    Los Angeles, CA. 90035
    310-360-8512 x104

    We are 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 PC 1210) programs, drug assessments-court order and out of state, drug and alcohol testing, parenting classes, monitored visitation and exchange, domestic violence batterers and victims and anger management group sessions.
    drug treatment program - Koreatown Youth and Community Center CA
    3727 West 6th Street
    Los Angeles, CA. 90020

    Phone: 213-365-7400

    Koreatown Youth and Community Center (KYCC) is a multiservice organization supporting children and their families in the areas of education, health, housing, and finances. It is the belief of the organization that if the family is healthy the community will thrive, and they are committed to making Koreatown a safe and beautiful place to live and work. KYCC's programs are directed toward recently immigrated, economically disadvantaged youth and families, and promote community socioeconomic empowerment. They offer clinical services, environmental services, housing, preschool for children, prevention education, youth services, recovery services, community economic development, and an intergenerational initiative.

    drug treatment facility - Van Ness Recovery House CA
    1919 North Beachwood Drive
    Los Angeles, CA. 90068

    Phone: 323-463-4266

    Van Ness Recovery House (VNRH) is a 20-bed residential treatment facility serving individuals struggling with substance use disorders, particularly the LGBT community. The mission of VNRH is to meet the critical and expanding needs of the LGBT community through whole-person care and integrated services that target substance use disorders & mental health concerns, and emphasizes sexual health in a socially supportive environment. Van Ness Recovery House provides client-centered, trauma-informed, recovery-oriented services throughout the program, which utilizes a combination of individual & group counseling, relapse prevention education, medical treatment, and stable housing/employment services.

    drug rehab program - You Can Health Services CA
    600 West Manchester Boulevard
    Los Angeles, CA. 90044

    Phone: 323-750-9247

    You Can Health Services is a privately-owned rehabilitation facility that serves as a liaison for the Department of Children and Family Services and Department of Probation - Adult & Juvenile Decision, provides treatment and support services for individuals, ages 12 and older, with a substance use disorder. The programs offered at this location include interventions, outpatient day treatment or partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient treatment, and outpatient treatment, and utilize a variety of therapeutic modalities such as the substance abuse counseling approach, trauma-related counseling, and rational emotive behavioral therapy.

    drug rehab facility - AM/PM West LA Convenient Driver Safety CA
    12304 Santa Monica Boulevard
    Los Angeles, CA. 90025

    Phone: 310-479-8353

    California Court Referral (CCR) is an organization that provides rehabilitation, education, and counseling services to individuals arrested for driving while impaired or under the influence of alcohol in California. The AM/PM Convenient West LA School and Assessment offers educational services, counseling, and programs for DUI/DWI clients and those with substance use disorders as well as chemical dependency evaluations, addiction counseling, alcohol screening, clinical assessments, and Drug Diversion Programs. Educational courses are available for anger management, domestic violence, parenting, child abuse & neglect, and prevention of animal cruelty & shoplifting. Out-of-State Assessments and services are also provided for all 50 states.

    alcohol rehab program - Nexus Recovery Services CA
    11515 West Washington Boulevard
    Los Angeles, CA. 90066

    Phone: 310-881-9151

    Nexus Recovery Services provides rehabilitation for individuals with a substance use disorder on an outpatient basis. Their recovery model incorporates Partial Hospital Procedure (PHP), Intensive Outpatient (IOP), Outpatient (OP), and aftercare services that are designed to promote individualized goals and provide tools to assist clients in their recovery process. Each program is individualized based on the needs of the client and utilizes a combination of therapeutic modalities, including individual, group, and family therapy, the coordination of psychiatric services, education on mindfulness and spirituality, life skills coaching, health & fitness consultation, and 12-step groups.

    alcohol treatment facility - Lumpkin House CA
    524 West 121st Street
    Los Angeles, CA. 90044
    323-568-5400 x5419

    Phone: 323-568-5400 x5419

    The Los Angeles Centers for Alcohol and Drug Abuse (L.A. CADA) is a substance use and behavioral treatment provider that serves individuals with addiction and behavioral problems by providing a wide continuum of client-centered, trauma-informed, recovery-oriented services. The L.A. CADA at the Art House is a 16-bed residential facility providing Recovery Bridge Housing Program for individuals in outpatient treatment for substance-related issues, especially those in the LGBTQ+ community. It strives to ensure a home environment for patients, encourages artistic/creative self-expression, and provides each resident with guidance in securing permanent housing before their stay completes.

    alcohol treatment facility - Exodus Recovery Inc CA
    1920 Marengo Street
    Los Angeles, CA. 90033

    Phone: 310-276-6450

    The Exodus Recovery Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Outpatient Program provides treatment services for individuals with substance use disorders, and those seeking additional support in achieving or maintaining sobriety. Exodus Recovery operates through its mission of "bringing the tools for the best possible quality of life to our clients"; its services are individually tailored to the needs of the client and are designed to promote sobriety, wellbeing, personal potential, and lasting change. Weekly individual and group counseling sessions are provided, and each service includes extensive education on addiction, coping skills, and relapse prevention.

    drug treatment program - Breathe Weho Treatment Services LLC CA
    8020 Jovenita Canyon Drive
    Los Angeles, CA. 90046

    Phone: 800-929-5904

    Breathe Life Healing Centers specializes in treating a wide variety of substance use disorders, underlying psychological issues, and trauma through community-focused addiction recovery programs that integrate personal recovery, spiritual discovery, and clinical care. Each Life Healing Program is designed to offer a personalized, holistic, and therapeutic approach to rehabilitation, specific to the needs of each client. Breathe offers four levels of care: residential treatment, extended care, enhanced sober living, and outpatient services. Specialized programs are also available, including for those seeking treatment for an eating disorder, those who identify as LGBTQIA+, and for struggling young adults.

    alcohol treatment facility - Mela Counseling Services Center Inc CA
    5723 Whittier Boulevard
    Los Angeles, CA. 90022

    Phone: 323-721-6855

    MELA Counseling Services Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit faith-based organization that provides counseling services to individuals ages 12 years and older. Its mission is to help adults and youth in the areas of substance abuse recovery, anger management, domestic violence, parenting, drug testing, and health education. A substance abuse outpatient program is offered as well as an intensive program for those who need a higher level of care. MELA has an open-door policy, and any participant who wants to come to the office when they feel the need to come to a quiet, safe place is welcome.

    alcohol treatment program - Homeless Healthcare Los Angeles CA
    2330 Beverly Boulevard
    Los Angeles, CA. 90057

    Phone: 213-739-1627

    Homeless Healthcare Los Angeles is a 501(c)(3) non-profit agency that offers help and support services for individuals who are unhoused. The services and programs available place an emphasis on the importance of harm reduction, and provide those who are unhoused with basic health services, like showers and laundry services, clean needles through a needle exchange program, wellness programs, and a path towards stable housing. The Center for Harm Reduction offers a safe space for people who use drugs and provides services including needle exchange, opioid detoxification, medical care, and connection to other types of substance use treatment.

    drug treatment facility - Canon Human Services Centers Inc CA
    9705 South Holmes Avenue
    Los Angeles, CA. 90002

    Phone: 323-249-9097

    Canon Human Services is a non-profit community service corporation that provides counseling and support services, through the Brown Scapular Program, for individuals with a substance use disorder. Their services include outpatient individual and group counseling, residential counseling (for adult men only), treatment for co-occurring disorders, after-care, mental health referral services, and court liaison assistance. Canon Human Services strives to focus on substance use education and teaching their patients how to maintain long-term sobriety. Each available service utilizes a variety of treatment approaches, including cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, substance abuse counseling approach, and rational emotive behavioral therapy.

    drug treatment facility - JWCH Institute Inc CA
    303 East 52nd Street
    Los Angeles, CA. 90011

    Phone: 323-918-2140

    JWCH Institute Inc. is a private non-profit health agency whose mission is to improve the health status and well-being of under-served segments of the population of Los Angeles Area through the coordination of health care, health education, and services. Wesley Health Centers provides a full continuum of care for men, women, and children; services include primary, behavioral, & oral health care, pharmacy services, and vision care. Supportive services are also available, including chronic disease case management, youth services, housing assistance, health education, and nutritional assistance. Specialty care programs are offered in the areas of women's, homeless, and HIV/AIDS healthcare.

    alcohol rehab program - Clinica Monsenor Oscar A Romero CA
    2032 Marengo Street
    Los Angeles, CA. 90033

    Phone: 323-987-1034

    Clinica Romero is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides quality healthcare, health education, and community advocacy on behalf of the under-served men, women, and children of the Greater Los Angeles area. They strive to educate and empower Salvadorans, and other community members, through community organizing, health, education, and social justice & exchange programs in El Salvador. Clinica Romero provides clinical services in the areas of primary care, disease prevention, dental, vision, behavioral health, and medication management. Specialized programs are available for individuals with a substance use disorder and those who are experiencing homelessness.

    drug treatment facility - Penny Lane Centers CA
    5628 East Slauson Avenue
    Los Angeles, CA. 90040

    Penney Lane Centers' mission is to foster hopes and dreams by empowering children, youth and families to reach their highest potential. Our values are Commitment, Community and Collaboration. We welcome all clients regardless of gender, race, age, religion, disability, marital status, ethnic background, sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression. Our Vision is to be the influential leader in the child welfare, mental health and social service arenas by setting trends that showcase our creativity and commitment to communities. Penny Lane's main campus is located in North Hills, where we provide Residential Care, Transitional/Permanent Housing for former foster youth, Foster Care and Adoption Services, Family Preservation and Intensive Services as well as a Mental Health Services. Penny Lane has additional offices in San Gabriel and Antelope Valleys.
    alcohol treatment facility - New Hope Drug and Alcohol Trt Prog CA
    1841 West Imperial Highway
    Los Angeles, CA. 90047

    Phone: 323-750-2850

    New Hope Drug & Alcohol Treatment Program, Inc. is a non-profit organization serving adolescents and adults with a substance use disorder. They offer person-centered, research-based treatment programs designed to promote faster recovery and enhance the person's overall physical and psychological well-being. Each client is provided with a customized recovery plan that utilizes a combination of their services: assessments, individual and family counseling, case management, and support groups. Specialized services are available for youths as young as 12 years old and for domestic violence victims.

    drug treatment facility - Authentic Recovery LLC CA
    10780 Santa Monica Boulevard
    Los Angeles, CA. 90025

    Phone: 877-415-4673

    Authentic Recovery Center is a treatment program that provides effective and individualized treatment for individuals with substance use and co-occurring disorders. The programs they offer include medical detox, a residential treatment program, a 12-Step program, an alumni/aftercare program, and a family program. For patients in their residential treatment program, they offer three separate 12-bed facilities with private and semi-private room options. Authentic Recovery Center uses an evidence-based, trauma-informed treatment approach that draws heavily from the 12 steps as well as from established clinical therapies, including acceptance & commitment therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and dialectical behavior therapy.

    alcohol treatment program - His Sheltering Arms Inc CA
    11101 South Main Street
    Los Angeles, CA. 90061

    His Sheltering Arms, Inc. (HSA) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit PTSD Mental Health/Substance Use Disorder Treatment Program serving in the greater Los Angeles Area for over 30 years. HSA is committed towards developing and/or enhancing needed treatment and vocational skills for women and women with children, homeless/disabled senior women and senior veteran women ages 55 and up. It is our vision to provide women with quality treatment, the tools to embrace long-lasting sobriety and quality care. HSA provides many services, such as: residential & outpatient services, parenting classes, child/family development, substance abuse education, relapse prevention, PTSD trauma therapy, child care and much more. In addition, we provide permanent housing for female seniors age 55 and over (must be homeless and disabled), who are disabled and homeless and/or disabled women. It is our vision to provide a safe living environment for our population of women with the hope of bridging barriers to help them achieve life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

      Commonly Asked Questions about Addiction and Treatment

      What are some tips for remaining drug free?

      Remaining drug-free, especially after overcoming addiction, is a challenging journey. However, with a strong commitment, support system, and coping mechanisms in place, it's definitely possible. Here are some tips:

      • Professional Help: Ongoing professional help is crucial, even after you've stopped using drugs. This could involve individual counseling, group therapy, medication, or other forms of treatment recommended by healthcare professionals.
      • Support Network: Build and maintain a strong support network. This could include sober friends, family, mentors, or support groups who understand your journey and provide emotional assistance.
      • Healthy Lifestyle: Regular exercise, a balanced diet, and ample sleep are all important for maintaining your physical health, which in turn, can support your mental health and resilience.
      • Mindfulness and Stress Management: Practices such as meditation, yoga, and breathing exercises can help manage stress and cravings. They can also promote self-awareness, helping you recognize and deal with triggers before they lead to relapse.
      • Hobbies and Activities: Engaging in new activities or rekindling old hobbies can help fill time previously occupied by substance use. They can provide a sense of purpose and enjoyment, reducing the desire to use drugs.
      • Set Goals: Setting both short-term and long-term goals can provide a sense of purpose and direction. Goals can be related to your career, education, personal development, or other areas of interest.
      • Avoid Triggers: Identifying and avoiding situations, places, or people that trigger the desire to use drugs is essential. If avoidance isn't possible, develop coping strategies to deal with these triggers.
      • Continuous Learning: Educate yourself about addiction and recovery. Understanding the process can empower you and give you insight into your own journey.
      • Positive Self-Talk: Maintaining a positive attitude and practicing self-compassion can help you deal with moments of doubt or guilt.
      • Practice Accountability: Stay accountable to yourself and others. This can involve regularly checking in with your support network, attending recovery meetings, or working with a sponsor or mentor.

      How to deal with a brother or sister addicted to drugs?

      "Dealing with a sibling addicted to drugs is challenging and often emotionally draining. Here are several strategies to consider when navigating this difficult situation:

      Education: The first step is to educate yourself about addiction. Understanding that addiction is a chronic disease can help you comprehend the struggles your sibling is going through.

      Communication: Open lines of communication with your sibling. Speak honestly about your concerns, but avoid judgmental language. Express your love and concern rather than blame and anger.

      Support, Don't Enable: It's important to support your sibling without enabling their addiction. This means helping them in ways that promote recovery, such as providing emotional support or helping them access treatment, but not shielding them from the consequences of their actions.

      Encourage Treatment: Advocate for your sibling to seek professional help. This could be a rehab facility, outpatient treatment, therapy, or 12-step programs. Offer to accompany them to appointments or meetings if they are comfortable with it.

      Take Care of Yourself: Living with a sibling's addiction can be emotionally taxing. It's crucial to take care of your mental and emotional health too. Seek support from friends, family, or support groups. Professional help, such as therapy or counseling, can also be very beneficial.

      Set Boundaries: It's necessary to set boundaries with your sibling to protect your own well-being. This might include rules about drug use in your home or not providing money that could be used to buy drugs.

      Patience and Persistence: Recovery is a long process and relapses can occur. It's important to stay patient and persistent, and to maintain hope for your sibling's recovery.

      Involve a Professional: If you're finding it hard to get through to your sibling, consider staging an intervention with the help of a professional counselor or intervention specialist.

      Practice Compassion: It's essential to remember that your sibling is battling a disease. Stay compassionate and understanding, and remind them that they are loved and valued regardless of their struggle with addiction.

      How can I get help for opioid addiction?

      If you or someone you know is struggling with opioid addiction, seeking help is a crucial first step towards recovery. There are several resources and options available to assist you in overcoming opioid addiction:

      • Consult a healthcare professional: Speak with a doctor, therapist, or counselor who is experienced in addiction treatment. They can assess your situation, provide guidance, and recommend appropriate treatment options based on your individual needs.
      • Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT): MAT combines medications like methadone, buprenorphine, and naltrexone with counseling and behavioral therapies to treat opioid addiction. These medications can help manage withdrawal symptoms, reduce cravings, and decrease the likelihood of relapse.
      • Inpatient treatment programs: Inpatient or residential treatment programs provide intensive, structured care in a controlled environment. These programs typically offer medical detoxification, therapy, counseling, and support group meetings to address the physical and psychological aspects of addiction.
      • Outpatient treatment programs: Outpatient programs provide therapy, counseling, and support while allowing individuals to continue living at home and attending work or school. These programs vary in intensity and duration, offering a flexible option for those who cannot commit to inpatient treatment.
      • Support groups: Attending support group meetings, such as Narcotics Anonymous (NA) or SMART Recovery, can provide valuable peer support and a sense of community during the recovery process. These meetings allow individuals to share experiences, learn coping strategies, and receive encouragement from others who have faced similar challenges.
      • Therapy and counseling: Individual, group, or family therapy can help address the underlying psychological and emotional issues contributing to opioid addiction. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and Motivational Interviewing (MI) are among the evidence-based therapies that can be beneficial in the recovery process.
      • Helplines and crisis lines: If you need immediate assistance or information about opioid addiction and treatment resources, consider calling a helpline, such as our own (877-882-9275), or the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) National Helpline at 1-800-662-HELP (4357) or your local crisis hotline.
      • Online resources: Websites like the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM), and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) provide a wealth of information about opioid addiction and treatment options. Online forums and communities can also provide peer support and shared experiences.

      National Non Profit Helpline - 1-877-882-9275
      Our National Non Profit Helpline is a 24/7, 365-day-a-year treatment referral and information service for individuals and families faced with mental and/or substance use disorders.

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      Our service provides referrals to licensed treatment facilities, support groups, and community-based organizations. You don't have to struggle alone with addiction. Help is just a phone call away. Call 1-877-882-9275 now to get the help you need and deserve.


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