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Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation Programs in Oakland, California

Oakland, CA has a wide range of treatment options including: 9 medicaid treatment centers, 9 inpatient rehab centers, 8 drug rehabs that take PPO insurance like Aetna, 4 detox centers, 8 outpatient treatment programs.

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Substance Abuse Treatment Facilities Serving the Oakland, California Area:

    alcohol treatment facility - Bi Bett Corp CA
    7200 Bancroft Avenue
    Oakland, CA. 94605

    Phone: 510-568-2432

    Bi Bett is a non-profit addiction treatment center providing substance use disorder treatment services to individuals with alcohol and drug-related problems, and their families. Bi Bett Orchid is a women's residential treatment program in Oakland where women with a substance use disorder can live on-site for anywhere from 3 weeks to 90 days, depending on individual needs. During treatment, patients engage in therapeutic activities such as individual therapy, group counseling, and other activities that help them develop new coping schools so they can learn how to access and maintain long-term recovery.

    drug treatment facility - Lifelong Medical/EBCRP CA
    2545 San Pablo Avenue
    Oakland, CA. 94612

    Phone: 510-446-7160

    LifeLong Medical Care provides health, dental, and social services to underserved people of all ages and advocates for continuous improvements in the health of its communities. LifeLong's Project Pride Residential Program provides inpatient substance use treatment for pregnant and parenting women with a substance use and/or co-occurring mental health disorder. In addition to substance use counseling, residents receive training and support on improving parenting and life skills. Young children, up to the age of 6, are welcome to stay in the program with their mothers and receive supervised, supportive child care, education, and play/art/music therapy.

    drug rehab facility - Lifeline Treatment Services Inc CA
    10429 International Boulevard
    Oakland, CA. 94603

    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 program - Horizon Services Inc CA
    3837 Telegraph Avenue
    Oakland, CA. 94609

    Phone: 510-450-1190

    Horizon Services'Chrysalis is a residential treatment program tailored to meet the needs of adult women in Alameda County who are living with mental health and substance use disorders. The typical length of stay in the program is up to 90 days, and it is available in English, Chinese, Farsi, Tagalog, Spanish, Vietnamese, Khmer, and Korean. Chrysalis utilizes a holistic approach to the program, which includes attention to emotional growth, family relations, social supports, and cultural diversity alongside physical and psychological healing. The program includes individualized behavioral therapy that emphasizes emotional regulation and interpersonal skills, and life skills training groups.

    alcohol treatment facility - Kaiser Permanente CA
    380 West MacArthur Boulevard
    Oakland, CA. 94609

    Phone: 510-251-0121

    Oakland Kaiser Addiction Medicine & Recovery Services (AMRS) provides comprehensive treatment programs for adolescents and adults with a substance use disorder who are either looking to begin the recovery process, or those who have recently quit and need help staying sober. It offers three different levels of treatment: an Early Recovery Program, Day Treatment Program, and Continuing Recovery Program, as well as therapy groups in Spanish and interpreters for non-English speakers in several different languages, in order to provide accessible care based on the patients'individual needs. Patients are required to attend outside recovery meetings through 12-Step or other self-help programs.

    alcohol treatment program - La Familia Counseling Service CA
    3209 Galindo Street
    Oakland, CA. 94601

    Phone: 510-732-7122

    La Familia is a community outreach non-profit organization that provides services throughout Alameda and Contra Costa counties, with a comprehensive selection of programs and advocacy services to meet a variety of mental health and community support needs. El Chante is La Familia's 20-bed residential home for men recovering from a substance use disorder. Patients are provided with site counselors and case managers that help with creating an individualized treatment plan, set personalized goals, work through triggers and intense situations to encourage relapse prevention, and build tools to maintain sobriety.

    alcohol treatment program - East Bay Community Recovery Project CA
    2577 San Pablo Avenue
    Oakland, CA. 94612

    Learn more about our history, mission, and where to find us. Read more with our articles, presentations, and frequently asked questions.
    alcohol rehab facility - Friendship House CA
    1815 39th Avenue
    Oakland, CA. 94601

    Phone: 415-865-0964

    Friendship House Association of American Indians, of San Francisco is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides services intended to help American Indians and Alaskan Natives achieve and sustain recovery through a peer-to-peer, culturally based support model. The 80-bed residential facility offers specialized programs for adult men and women, women with children & expectant mothers, and youth ages 8-24, who spend up to six months in recovery. All aspects of its evidence-based practice are guided by the American Indian traditional healing concepts of prayer, song, & drum sessions, sweat lodge ceremonies, American Indian Traditional Healers, tribal traditions, and traditional ways.

    drug treatment facility - Magnolia Womens Recovery Program CA
    3408 Andover Street
    Oakland, CA. 94609

    Phone: 510-547-1531

    Magnolia Women's Recovery Programs, Inc. is a non-profit organization that provides two residential facilities for pregnant women, postpartum women, and women with children struggling with substance use disorders. The program aims to help women heal physically, emotionally, and spiritually and reconnect them to their families and community. Each patient is provided with an individualized treatment plan that utilizes a combination of services including psychiatric/PTSD evaluation, individual & family counseling, case management, educational opportunities, and relapse prevention. Supportive workshops are also available for life skills/relationship building, parenting skills, expressive therapy, domestic violence/trauma, anger management, and nutrition.

    drug rehab program - HAART CA
    10850 MacArthur Boulevard
    Oakland, CA. 94605

    Phone: 510-875-2300

    HAART is a fully licensed, non-profit, harm-reduction clinic that strives to create a safe, structured environment that offers a reliable path towards recovery for individuals struggling with opiate use disorders. The Oakland location brings together professional counseling with legal and medically supervised access to opiate replacement therapy in a manner that encourages self-regulation. HAART offers various programs and assistance to patients including overdose prevention, detoxification, counseling, and medication-assisted treatment using methadone or buprenorphine. Each program includes an initial intake interview, medical examination & laboratory tests, urine testing, an individualized treatment plan, addiction counseling, medical follow-up, and daily methadone or buprenorphine doses.

    alcohol treatment program - Addiction Research and Treatment Inc CA
    1124 International Boulevard
    Oakland, CA. 94606

    BAART Programs is a multi-service organization and brand of BayMark Health Services providing opioid addiction treatment and rehabilitation for patients.
    drug treatment facility - Wistar R and R Program Inc CA
    9735 Empire Road
    Oakland, CA. 94603

    Phone: 510-562-8370

    Wistar Men's Redemption and Recovery Program is a private, Christian-based residential substance abuse treatment facility for adult men with a substance use disorder. Wistar's holistic treatment approach combines 12-step facilitation, contingency management/motivational incentives, and relapse prevention in their long-term residential or transitional living setting. During the 60, 90, or 120-day program, participants are provided with substance use disorder education, individual, group & couples counseling, vocational training or educational support, self-help groups, mentoring/peer support, and aftercare services.

    alcohol rehab program - MPI Treatment Services CA
    3012 Summit Street
    Oakland, CA. 94609

    Phone: 510-652-7000

    Sutter Health is a non-profit organization committed to ensuring healthcare is accessible and inclusive to all by offering comprehensive services and quality health programs tailored to the diverse communities it serves. Merrit Peralta Institute (MPI) Treatment Services, affiliated with Sutter Health's Alta Bates Summit Medical Center, offers a complete range of chemical dependency treatment for individuals with substance use disorders, and provides support and counseling to family members and friends of the patient. This location offers inpatient psychiatric services, partial hospitalization programs, intensive outpatient care, and outpatient behavioral health and addiction programs for children, adolescents, adults, and seniors.

    drug rehab facility - Teen Challenge of East Bay Inc CA
    2221 90th Avenue
    Oakland, CA. 94603

    Phone: 510-562-1141

    Adult & Teen Challenge is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides Christian faith-based residential care to young people and adults who struggle with life-controlling problems. The residential programs utilize a Christ-centered model of drug and alcohol recovery, which emphasizes holistic healing of the patient's body, mind, and spirit. Adult & Teen Challenge's Eastbay location, in Oakland, houses the Men's Residential Program. The length of stay in the program is typically 12-18 months, depending on the individual needs and where they are in the recovery process. During rehabilitation, patients participate in individual & group biblical studies, work projects, and recreational activities.

    drug rehab program - Southern Alameda County Comite for  CA
    425 Vernon Street
    Oakland, CA. 94610

    Like other drug and alcohol rehab centers, Southern Alameda County Comite for is committed to long term recovery for alcohol and drug addicts living in Oakland, California and its surrounding areas. As such, this alcohol and drug treatment program has been providing services like activity therapy, dual diagnosis drug rehab, group therapy, 12-step facilitation approach, relapse prevention, couple/family therapy and more, which is in line with its philosophy of the treatments that actually work to help addicts recover from their condition (s).

    Further, Southern Alameda County Comite for thinks that it is important that its patients receive individualized care to make sure that they are successful. They specialize in several programs such as substance abuse education, housing services, programs for the hearing impaired, persons with eating disorders, legal advocacy, child care for clients children and many other modes of treatment that you can find listed in the following section. Each of the services that Southern Alameda County Comite for offers are also available in a variety of settings - inpatient drug abuse treatment, long term drug treatment, outpatient day treatment, short term treatment facilities, inpatient detox programs and more.

    This rehab also has aftercare plans and other treatment methods that can help you achieve permanent stability both in the short and in the long term. Finally, Southern Alameda County Comite for accepts cash or self-payment, private insurance, payment assistance, military insurance, state welfare or child and family services funds, access to recovery (atr) voucher and others.

    drug treatment facility - VA Oakland Behavioral Health Clinic CA
    525 21st Street
    Oakland, CA. 94612

    Phone: 510-587-3400

    The Oakland Behavioral Health Clinic provides a full range of mental health and substance use treatment services to veterans struggling with mental health and substance use disorders, and their families. Each patient is provided with a personalized health plan based on their values, needs, and goals, and treatment programs utilize a patient-centered approach. Services offered through Oakland Behavioral Health include treatment for drug and alcohol-related dependencies, medication management, methadone maintenance, and individual & group therapy. This location also offers a Homeless Outreach Program, connecting unhoused veterans to housing, educational opportunities, financial support, and healthcare, and a Compensated Work Therapy Program.

      Commonly Asked Questions about Addiction and Treatment

      In what ways do drug addiction change one's personality?

      Drug addiction can significantly change an individual's personality in various ways. The changes are often a result of how the substance interacts with the brain and can affect one's behaviors, emotions, and interactions with others. Here are some common ways in which drug addiction may alter personality:

      Increased Aggression or Irritability: Substances can affect the brain's balance of neurotransmitters, leading to changes in mood and behavior. This can result in increased aggression, irritability, or mood swings, which might not align with the person's typical personality traits.

      Decreased Motivation: Many addictive substances can lead to a decreased interest or motivation in activities that were once enjoyed. This can result in a noticeable change in personality, as the person may appear apathetic or disinterested in life outside their substance use.

      Increased Impulsivity and Risk-taking: Drug addiction often leads to increased impulsivity and risk-taking behaviors. This is due to changes in the brain's reward system and decision-making processes, leading individuals to take more risks to obtain the substance, often disregarding the potential consequences.

      Paranoia and Anxiety: Some substances can induce feelings of paranoia or increase levels of anxiety. Individuals who were previously calm and trusting may become suspicious, anxious, or overly worried.

      Depression: Many individuals struggling with substance use disorders also experience symptoms of depression. This can lead to a noticeable change in personality, including increased sadness, lethargy, and withdrawal from social activities.

      Manipulative Behavior: In order to continue using and obtaining drugs, individuals may resort to manipulative behaviors, such as lying, stealing, or deceit. This can result in a significant change in personality, as individuals may prioritize their addiction over their relationships and personal values.

      Social Isolation: As drug addiction progresses, individuals may isolate themselves from family and friends, either to hide their substance use or because their primary relationships are increasingly with others who are using drugs.

      Neglect of Personal Care: Addiction can lead to neglect of personal care and hygiene, which may manifest in physical changes as well as shifts in personality traits related to self-discipline and self-respect.

      What happens in an intervention for someone with an addiction to drugs?

      An intervention for someone with a drug addiction is a structured and planned event designed to encourage the individual to acknowledge their addiction and seek professional help. The primary goal is to guide the person towards accepting treatment and taking the necessary steps towards recovery. Here is an outline of what typically happens during an intervention:

      • Planning: Before the intervention, loved ones and concerned parties (such as family members and friends) gather to discuss the situation and develop a plan. They may enlist the help of a professional interventionist, who can provide guidance on the intervention process and help maintain focus on the desired outcome.
      • Preparation: Participants gather information about the person's addiction, the impact it has had on their lives, and the available treatment options. They also prepare personal statements expressing their concern, love, and support, while addressing the negative consequences of the individual's drug use.
      • Rehearsal: The group rehearses the intervention to ensure that everyone is prepared, confident, and aware of their roles. This step helps participants maintain a calm and non-confrontational tone during the actual intervention.
      • The intervention meeting: The person with the addiction is invited to a pre-arranged location, often under the pretense of a different event. The group then confronts the individual with their prepared statements, detailing the impact of the addiction on their lives and urging the person to seek help.
      • Presentation of treatment options: The group presents the person with a pre-selected treatment plan or multiple options, emphasizing the importance of immediate action. It's crucial to have arrangements in place, such as pre-admission to a treatment facility or an appointment with a counselor, to facilitate a smooth transition into treatment.
      • Setting boundaries and consequences: During the intervention, participants establish clear boundaries and consequences if the person refuses to accept help. These consequences may include ceasing financial support, limiting contact, or other actions to protect themselves from the negative effects of the addiction.
      • Support and encouragement: Throughout the intervention, participants express their love and support for the individual, emphasizing their belief in the person's ability to recover and rebuild their life.
      • Post-intervention follow-up: If the person agrees to seek treatment, the group continues to provide support during their recovery process. If the person refuses help, the group must follow through with the established consequences to reinforce the seriousness of the situation.

      What are triggers for a drug abuser?

      "Triggers are specific events, emotions, situations, or people that can prompt someone with a history of substance abuse to feel a strong urge or craving to use drugs or alcohol again. These triggers can be external or internal, and they can vary greatly between individuals based on their unique experiences, environment, and psychological makeup. Recognizing and managing triggers is a critical part of the recovery process. Here are some common types of triggers:

      Emotional Triggers: Strong emotions, both positive and negative, can act as triggers. Stress, anger, sadness, loneliness, anxiety, and even joy or excitement can prompt a desire to use substances as a way to cope or to enhance the emotional state.

      Environmental Triggers: Certain locations, sounds, smells, or time of day associated with past substance use can elicit cravings. This could be places where the person used to use or buy drugs, people they used with, or even certain songs or smells linked to their past use.

      Social Triggers: Social situations or specific individuals can serve as triggers, especially if they involve substance use or if the people involved were part of the person's drug-using past.

      Physical Triggers: Physical discomfort, illness, or fatigue can potentially lead to cravings, as can the sight of drug paraphernalia or substances themselves.

      Psychological Triggers: Thoughts or memories associated with drug use, low self-esteem, boredom, or mental health conditions such as depression or anxiety can also act as triggers.

      Celebrations or Special Occasions: Birthdays, holidays, anniversaries, or other celebrations can be triggers, particularly if substance use was a past part of those events.

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