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Addiction Treatment Services

The Department of Health Services partners with community-based agencies under contract to provide addiction treatment services. Our Behavioral Health Division provides oversight, training, quality assurance and site monitoring for these programs. Sonoma County ensures priority of placement into treatment for pregnant clients. Pregnant women are given preference in admission: (1) pregnant injecting drug users; (2) pregnant substance users; (3) injecting drug users; (4) all others.

Provider Directory (pdf)

Acupuncture treatment for Drug Court clients.

California Human Development
Co-ed outpatient treatment; long-term residential treatment women; residential services for Latinos and Latinas.

Drug Abuse Alternatives Center
Co-ed outpatient treatment for adults and adolescents; narcotic replacement therapy; perinatal day treatment; long-term and short-term co-ed residential treatment, detoxification services.

R House
Outpatient and residential treatment for youth.

Santa Rosa Treatment Program
Narcotic Replacement Therapy (such as methadone).

Sonoma County Indian Health Project
Co-ed outpatient treatment for referred Native Americans.

Vietnam Veterans of California
Employment preparation services.

Women's Recovery Services
Long term residential treatment for women, including women with children.

Recovery Meetings, Groups and Resources

Interlink Self Help Center

LifeRing Meetings

Sonoma County AA Meetings
Source: Sonoma County Intergroup Fellowship.

Sonoma County NA Meetings
Source: Sonoma County Fellowship of Narcotics Anonymous.

Wellbriety/Talking Circle Meetings at Sonoma County Indian Health Project
Tuesday and Thursday nights, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. at the Behavioral Health conference room, 2nd floor, 144 Stony Point Road, Santa Rosa, CA. Meeting are open to the public.

Related Links

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

California Association of Addiction Recovery Resources

National Recovery Month
Source: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.

Sonoma County Task Force on the Homeless

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