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Sacramento, California Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers

Sacramento, CA has a multitude of treatment options including: 5 medicare treatment centers, 9 inpatient drug rehabs, 13 drug rehabs that take PPO insurance like Cigna, 8 drug and alcohol detox, 11 outpatient rehabs.

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Addiction Treatment Centers Serving the Sacramento, California Area:

    drug rehab facility - CORE Medical Clinic Inc CA
    2100 Capitol Avenue
    Sacramento, CA. 95816
    916-442-4985 x305

    Phone: 916-442-4985 x305

    C.O.R.E. Medical Clinic, Inc. is a methadone clinic providing outpatient treatment to individuals with an opiate use disorder (OUD) and/or co-occurring mental health challenges. Programs offered at their locations include buprenorphine treatment, methadone maintenance, short-term 21-day detoxification, long-term 180-day detoxification, courtesy dosing, and a program for those interested in switching from methadone to buprenorphine. All programs include a detailed history and physical exam, urine drug screen testing and analysis, educational information regarding HIV & Hepatitis C, TB testing & screening, and individual and group counseling services.

    drug rehab facility - Bridges Inc CA
    3600 Power Inn Road
    Sacramento, CA. 95826

    Phone: 916-647-5343

    Bridges Professional Treatment Services is dedicated to providing individuals with a substance use disorder, and their families, with high-quality individualized treatment in a caring and compassionate environment. Bridges offers Outpatient Treatment Programs, both in person and via telehealth, that provide high-quality, intensive alcohol and drug education to individuals who cannot make the time commitment for a higher level of care. The programs utilize a combination of individual and group counseling, and upon completion of the outpatient program clients are given the opportunity to participate in aftercare services.

    alcohol treatment facility - WellSpace Health CA
    1550 Juliesse Avenue
    Sacramento, CA. 95815

    Since 1953, WellSpace Health has provided care and support to individuals and families throughout the Sacramento region. Our focus has always been on offering a full range of quality medical care, mental health services, and addictions treatment to underserved populations.
    alcohol rehab program - Sacramento Recovery Homes Inc CA
    4049 Miller Way
    Sacramento, CA. 95817

    Phone: 916-451-9312

    Sacramento Recovery House (SRH), Inc. is dedicated to providing gender responsive, trauma informed, residential services to adult persons seeking recovery from substance use disorders. Gateway Recovery House for Women provides quality residential recovery home services to women seeking recovery from a substance use disorder in a supportive, caring, and "homelike" environment. The treatment program is based on individual recovery plans that utilize a combination of services, including individual, group, & family counseling, structured daily activities, regular physical exercise, and aftercare/transition support. Specialized groups are also available for education in areas including relapse prevention, life skills, and feelings processing.

    drug rehab facility - Sacramento Recovery House Inc CA
    1914 22nd Street
    Sacramento, CA. 95816

    Founded in 1964, the Sacramento Recovery House(SRH) is an 17 bed social model facility designed to help men in their recovery from substance abuse. We are a not-for-profit corporation located in a quiet and safe residential neighborhood. SRH is a fully licensed facility serving men 18 years of age or older.
    drug treatment facility - Sacramento Native American CA
    2020 J Street
    Sacramento, CA. 95811

    Phone: 916-341-0576

    The Sacramento Native American Health Center is a non-profit organization in Sacramento that provides a holistic, client-centered continuum of care rooted in Native American cultural values. The organization has no tribal or ethnic requirements to receive care, but focuses on the needs of the broader Sacramento community and specifically on the needs of those without insurance. Their behavioral health services include counseling and treatment of substance use disorder using a trauma-informed approach, evidence-based therapies, traditional healing approaches, culturally sensitive 12-step programs, the Native American Red Road approach to treatment, and more.

    alcohol treatment facility - River City Recovery Center Inc CA
    2218 East Street
    Sacramento, CA. 95816

    Phone: 916-442-4519

    River City Recovery Center is a non-profit recovery program offering residential treatment and sober living for adults with a substance use disorder (SUD) and co-occurring mental health challenges. All River City employees are either currently in, or have already completed, residential recovery in order to create an understanding environment where patients can feel seen and comfortable, and are treated by individuals that have an idea of what the recovery process feels like. The Women's Facility provides gender-specific residential treatment for women with SUDs, where they attend daily group classes and receive weekly individual counseling to aid in their recovery process.

    drug rehab program - TLCS Inc CA
    650 Howe Avenue
    Sacramento, CA. 95825

    Phone: 916-993-4131

    Hope Cooperative (aka TLCS) is a private, non-profit psychosocial rehabilitation agency providing a comprehensive array of behavioral health and supportive housing services for people with psychiatric disabilities and co-occurring substance use disorders, including individuals who are unhoused. The services it offers include intensive case management, supportive housing, life skills education, psychiatric services, therapy, co-occurring substance use treatment, residential support services, crisis intervention, and opportunities for social connectedness and meaningful activities. Hope Cooperative is a client-driven organization, therefore each client is provided with an individualized treatment plan that is tailored to their needs and utilizes a strength-based approach to recovery.

    alcohol rehab program - Sacramento Veterans Resource Center CA
    7270 East Southgate Drive
    Sacramento, CA. 95823

    Phone: 916-393-8387

    Nation's Finest is a non-profit agency whose mission is to support America's military veterans and their families with a comprehensive approach to housing, health, and employment that helps them achieve self-sufficiency and reach their full potential. It also provides case management, behavioral health services, referral services, and more. Nation's Finest's Sacramento Veterans Resource Center houses a 57-bed clinical-model transitional housing facility where unhoused veterans with mental health disorders can stay for up to two years. During recovery, clients receive a range of onsite clinical services, employment and training programs, legal aid, and ancillary support.

    drug treatment program - BAART Behavioral Health Services Inc CA
    310 Harris Avenue
    Sacramento, CA. 95838

    BAART Programs is a multi-service organization and brand of BayMark Health Services providing opioid addiction treatment and rehabilitation for patients.
    alcohol rehab program - Cedar Point Recovery CA
    8950 Cal Center Drive
    Sacramento, CA. 95826

    Phone: 916-968-2231

    Cedar Point Recovery is a substance use rehabilitation counseling center that offers trauma-informed treatment to individuals with a substance use disorder. The center provides two levels of care through a partial hospitalization program and an intensive outpatient rehab program. Each patient is provided with a customized treatment program that is designed to meet their individual needs and utilizes a combination of traditional forms of 12-step based treatment, interventions, individual, family, & group counseling, substance use counseling, aftercare services, and ongoing monitoring in order to provide an added incentive to avoid relapse.

    alcohol treatment facility - Sobriety Brings A Change CA
    4600 47th Avenue
    Sacramento, CA. 95824

    Phone: 916-454-4242

    Sobriety Brings A Change is a non-profit community based Outpatient Addiction Treatment Agency providing services to the Sacramento community. The goal of the agency is to assist clients in learning the attitudes, skills, abilities, and information necessary to achieve and maintain recovery. Sobriety Brings A Change offers outpatient and intensive outpatient programs for substance use treatment, sober living homes, an anger management program, educational services, programs for individuals facing incarceration, and community outreach services. The programs rely heavily on individual and group counseling as methods of treatment, however each patient is provided an individualized treatment plan for comprehensive care.

    drug rehab program - Volunteers of America NCNN Inc CA
    1001 Grand Avenue
    Sacramento, CA. 95838

    Phone: 916-929-1951

    Volunteers of America NCNN is a faith-based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to helping individuals and families move out of instability and rebuild their lives through social services and holistic, integrated programs. VOA's Addiction Recovery for Parenting Women Program (aka Options for Recovery) focuses on helping pregnant women and mothers with a substance use disorder through the recovery process. The 90-day program allows mothers and children to remain together during treatment, and provides them with individualized services, including medication-assisted treatment, individual, family, & couples counseling, connection with housing & community resources, planning for aftercare, court advocacy, and parenting skills development.

    drug treatment facility - Saint Johns Program for Real Change CA
    8395 Jackson Road
    Sacramento, CA. 95826

    Phone: 916-453-1482

    Saint John's Program for Reach Change is a residential program providing a comprehensive and integrated continuum of care for women in crisis - women struggling with being unhoused in combination with other challenges such as poverty, substance use disorders, mental health challenges, violence, or abuse - and their children. The 12-18 month program is designed to support women by giving them the ability to heal and achieve job-readiness, self-sustainability, and life-long stability. Throughout the program, women are provided with housing, individual & family counseling, case management services, life skills training, educational programs, employment training, and child care/support.

    alcohol treatment program - MedMark Treatment Centers CA
    7240 East Southgate Drive
    Sacramento, CA. 95823
    916-391-4293 x2266

    MedMark Treatment Centers, a BayMark Health Services Company, uses evidence-based treatment to improve the lives of substance abuse patients. With 30 programs nationwide, MedMark services communities by offering medication assisted treatment and substance abuse counseling.
    alcohol rehab program - Diamond House Detox CA
    6808 Fleming Avenue
    Sacramento, CA. 95828

    Phone: 800-205-6107

    Diamond House Detox is a six-bed inpatient rehabilitation facility that provides a safe, home-like environment where individuals with substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health challenges can start the recovery process. It offers a wide continuum of care, including residential treatment, medically-assisted residential detoxification, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient services, outpatient detox, and outpatient therapy services. Each patient is provided with a personalized treatment plan that utilizes a holistic approach and combines the programs with structure, guidance, education sessions, group counseling, and medication management in order to provide quality, comprehensive care.

    drug rehab program - Sacramento Treatment Clinic CA
    7225 East South Gate Drive
    Sacramento, CA. 95823

    Acadia Healthcare provides a network of addiction, behavioral and mental health treatment facilities in the United States, United Kingdom and Puerto Rico. We offer specialized detox, inpatient, residential and outpatient programs for men, women and children of all ages.
    alcohol rehab facility - Another Choice Another Chance CA
    7000 Franklin Boulevard
    Sacramento, CA. 95823

    Phone: 916-388-9418

    Another Choice Another Chance provides substance abuse treatment, mental health treatment, and dual diagnosis support for youth and families within the Sacramento area. They offer assessments, including phone-based evaluations, for individuals struggling with addiction, and provide a broad spectrum of care based on patients' individual needs. This care can include individual counseling, group or family counseling, anger management, mental health treatment, trauma services, and an education program for African American youth between the ages of 11-19 called Our Cultural Heritage Keepers.

    drug rehab facility - Azure Acres Recovery Center CA
    2641 Cottage Way
    Sacramento, CA. 95825

    Our residential drug & alcohol rehab center in Santa Rosa, CA has helped people overcome addiction for 50+ years. Azure Acres in Sonoma County.

      Commonly Asked Questions about Addiction and Treatment

      What is the most common substance abuse disorder?

      The most common substance use disorder globally is alcohol use disorder (AUD). This disorder, often referred to as alcoholism, is characterized by an impaired ability to stop or control alcohol use despite adverse social, occupational, or health consequences.

      Alcohol use disorder is defined by the American Psychiatric Association in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) as a problematic pattern of alcohol use leading to clinically significant impairment or distress, as manifested by at least two of eleven criteria, within a 12-month period.

      The criteria include issues like spending a lot of time drinking, or recovering from drinking, giving up important social or recreational activities in favor of drinking, developing a tolerance (needing to drink more to achieve the desired effect), experiencing withdrawal symptoms when not drinking, and continuing to drink even when it's causing physical or psychological problems.

      It's important to note that substance use disorders can develop with the use of many different substances, including illicit drugs like cocaine or heroin, and legal substances like alcohol or prescription medications. The prevalence of these disorders can vary by region and demographic group.

      Regardless of the substance involved, these disorders can have serious impacts on individuals' physical and mental health, relationships, and ability to work or study. Treatment can often help people with substance use disorders to recover and lead healthy lives. If you or someone you know is struggling with substance use, don't hesitate to seek professional help.

      How to talk to a family member about their addiction to drugs?

      When addressing a family member's addiction to drugs, it is essential to approach the conversation with empathy, understanding, and a non-judgmental attitude. Here are some steps to consider when discussing this sensitive topic:

      1. Educate yourself: Before initiating the conversation, educate yourself about addiction, its causes, and available treatment options. This knowledge will help you better understand the situation and provide accurate information to your family member.
      2. Choose the right time and place: Find a suitable environment where both of you can have a private and uninterrupted conversation. Pick a time when your family member is sober and relatively calm, as it increases the chances of having a productive discussion.
      3. Express concern and love: Begin the conversation by expressing your genuine concern and love for your family member. Use "I" statements to convey your feelings without sounding accusatory. For example, say, "I've noticed some changes in your behavior, and I'm really worried about you."
      4. Use non-confrontational language: Avoid blaming or criticizing your family member, as it can lead to defensiveness and hinder the conversation. Instead, use non-confrontational language to express your observations and concerns. Focus on their well-being and the impact their addiction may be having on their life and relationships.
      5. Active listening: Encourage your family member to share their feelings, thoughts, and experiences regarding their addiction. Practice active listening by giving them your undivided attention, maintaining eye contact, and offering supportive responses. Show empathy and try to understand their perspective without judgment.
      6. Offer help and support: Let your family member know that you are there to support them through their journey to recovery. Provide information about available resources, such as local support groups, counseling services, or addiction treatment centers. Offer to accompany them to appointments or assist in finding suitable treatment options.
      7. Establish boundaries: While offering support, it is crucial to establish clear boundaries to protect yourself and other family members from enabling or codependent behaviors. Make it clear that you will not tolerate or participate in any activities that enable their addiction.
      8. Encourage professional help: Suggest the importance of seeking professional help from addiction specialists or therapists. Assure your family member that seeking help is a sign of strength, and it can greatly improve their chances of recovery.
      9. Avoid enabling behaviors: It's important not to enable your family member's addiction by providing financial assistance or covering up the consequences of their actions. Enabling can perpetuate the cycle of addiction and hinder their motivation to seek help.
      10. Self-care: Supporting a family member with addiction can be emotionally challenging. Take care of your own well-being by seeking support from friends, support groups, or therapists. Remember that you cannot control or fix their addiction, but you can offer love, support, and encouragement.

      Top reasons that drug and alcohol abusers in recovery relapse?

      Relapse is a common part of the recovery journey for many individuals struggling with substance abuse. It's important to note that a relapse doesn't mean treatment has failed; rather, it indicates that the treatment plan needs to be revisited or adjusted. Here are some of the top reasons why individuals in recovery might relapse:

      • Stress: High levels of stress can trigger a return to substance use as a coping mechanism.
      • Lack of Support System: A strong support system is crucial in maintaining sobriety. Lack of emotional support and understanding from friends and family can contribute to relapse.
      • Triggers and Temptations: Being in environments or around people associated with past substance use can act as triggers, leading to a desire to use again.
      • Unresolved Psychological Issues: Mental health conditions, such as depression, anxiety, or trauma, can lead to a relapse if they're not effectively treated.
      • Overconfidence: Some individuals may become overconfident and believe they can control their substance use without professional help, leading to a relapse.
      • Poor Self-Care: Neglecting physical health, skipping meals, lack of sleep, and not taking care of oneself in general can contribute to a relapse.
      • Incomplete Treatment: Leaving a treatment program before it is completed can leave individuals ill-prepared to resist the urge to use substances.
      • Not Having a Plan: If an individual does not have a clear plan for dealing with cravings or triggers, they are more likely to relapse when confronted with these challenges.
      • Challenging Emotions: Negative emotions like anger, sadness, loneliness, and frustration can sometimes lead to a desire to return to substance use as a way to escape.
      • Celebrations or Positive Events: Surprisingly, positive events or celebrations can also trigger a relapse. The association of substance use with celebration or reward can lead to the temptation to use.

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