Drug & Alcohol Treatment
Our drug & alcohol treatment program provides outpatient, intensive outpatient and recovery support services for teens and adults in Santa Clarita. Services are free for those who qualify for Medi-Cal, or those who are underinsured. If you do not have Medi-Cal insurance, we can help you qualify.
While receiving drug and alcohol treatment, you will focus on internal and external triggers, challenges in recovery, learn how alcohol and drugs affect the brain, how to avoid relapse, take care of yourself, and how to manage day-to-day tasks.
Sometimes drug or alcohol abuse may cause someone to seriously harm themselves or others. In these cases, we will refer them to 911 or the hospital emergency room for immediate help.
Relapse Prevention & Aftercare
Teens and adults in our drug and alcohol treatment program learn ways to prevent relapse. An aftercare plan includes activities and resources to help cope with triggers, stress, and cravings when treatment is over.
Ready to seek help?
When we receive your online request or phone call requesting services, a member of our access team will contact you. They will ask specific questions to determine the appropriate course of treatment. If you do not have MediCal insurance, we can help you qualify.
In An Emergency call 988
The 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention, and crisis resources for you or your loved ones. We can all help prevent suicide.
For medical emergencies, please call 911 or visit your local hospital emergency room.
Here’s how we can help:
Our certified drug and alcohol counselors will help focus on your individual treatment or recovery plan. Your counselor will help you decide what changes you want to make and assist you with learning the tools to be successful.
Participants in our drug and alcohol treatment program share their personal experiences with drugs or alcohol, and receive feedback and support from other members of the group. You will also learn about the effects of drugs and alcohol, addiction, communication styles, and coping skills
Participants in the drug and alcohol treatment program work with their family members to help them find ways to live without using drugs or alcohol.
Our psychiatrists may provide evaluation, diagnosis, and medication as needed. Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) may be a good option if you are experiencing cravings, withdrawals or are having a hard time maintaining sobriety on your own.
We can help you find resources for basic necessities like food, shelter, utilities, transportation, and childcare.
Licensed by the State Department of Health Care Services
License #190459AN, Scheduled Expiration February 28, 2025