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Substance Use Prevention and Treatment Services

This resource list provides a partial list of the substance use disorder prevention and treatment programs/services available throughout Sacramento County. ​The services listed here accept Medi-Cal, most major private insurance and have self pay options. SacMap tries to keep this list up-to-date. If you find information that is incorrect or needs to be updated, or a great resource we should include, please email us.

Here is some information about how to access substance use disorder services in Sacramento County. We have also provided information about what you can do in an overdose emergency. 

How to Access Substance Use Services

Medi-Cal beneficiaries can receive substance use disorder services through Sacramento County Behavioral Health Services’ Alcohol and Drug Services programs. Services include outpatient treatment, detoxification/withdrawal management, residential treatment, sober living environments, and specialty court/drug diversion programs. 

 

These programs can be accessed by calling the following Sacramento County Systems of Care Lines:

  • Adult System of Care for Substance Use Treatment (Adults 18+) | (916) 874-9754 or (888) 881-4881 (toll free) 

     Monday - Friday (excluding holidays) | 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (The last assessment is conducted at 4:00 PM)

  • Youth System of Care for Substance Use Treatment (Under 18) | (916) 875-2050​

      Monday - Friday (excluding county holidays) | 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

  • Sacramento County Substance Use Prevention and Treatment After Hours Line | (888)-881-4881

For more information download the Member Handbook

Individuals with private insurance may be required to obtain an authorization to access services, and their plans may cover additional organizations and/or programs through their plan's behavioral health service coverage. Members should contact the members service number on the back of their insurance card for additional information.

What to Do in an Overdose Emergency
Do not hesitate to call 911 for medical emergencies involving alcohol or other drugs!

If you or someone you know has overdosed, calling 911 as soon as possible could help save a life. 

Narcan   (naloxone) is a medication that could immediately counter the effects of opioid/heroin overdose. It can be administered while someone is overdosing. Many emergency personnel carry Narcan   with them. 

It is also available from select pharmacies without a prescription. Ask your healthcare provider or local pharmacy for more information. 

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Adults (age 18 and older)

The following programs and services meet the need of substance use disorder treatment needs of adults (over the age of 18).

Adults

Roseville: 1133 Coloma Wy., Suite C, Roseville, CA 95661  |  (916) 774-6647

Lodi: 541 S. Ham Lane, Suites A and B, Lodi, CA 95242  |  (209) 224-8940 

Hours vary by location

Program Description

Provides opioid use disorder treatment and recovery services.

 

Services

  • Medical and functional assessments

  • Individualized treatment plans

  • Individual/group counseling

  • Peer support  

  • Telehealth intakes available (buprenorphine patients only)

  • Substance use disorder education  

  • Psychoeducational programming

  • Tele-counseling and virtual sessions available

Languages Spoken Other than English

Interpreters available

Eligibility

Adults (age 18 and older)

Insurances Accepted

  • Insurance accepted:

    • Medi-Cal

    • Medicare

    • Some private insurance (call to verify)

  • Self-pay also available (sliding-scale based on income)

How to Access Services

  • Medi-Cal members call (916) 874-9754 for eligibility and treatment authorization

  • Private insurance and Medicare: Call the number on the back of your card for network and benefits information

  • Self-pay: Call directly to get started 

  • Walk-ins welcome

8400 Fair Oaks Blvd., Carmichael, CA 95608  |  (916) 944-3920

24 hours a day/7 days a week 

Program Description

Provides residential recovery services for women living with alcoholism. 

 

Services

  • Residential treatment

  • Medically supervised detox

  • Counseling/therapy (individual or group)

  • 12-step support groups

Languages Spoken Other than English

Interpreters available

Eligibility

Women (age 18 and older)

Insurances Accepted

  • Medi-Cal

  • Self-pay

How to Access Services

  • Medi-Cal members call (916) 874-9754 for eligibility and treatment authorization

  • Self-pay: Call Alpha Oaks directly to get started

7000 Franklin Blvd., Suite 625, Sacramento, CA 95823

(916) 388-9418

Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday 9:00 am - 7:30 pm,  Tuesday and Friday 9:00 am to 5:30 pm

Program Description

Substance use disorder treatment for adults, youth and families.

 

Services

  • Individual and group counseling

  • Family counseling

  • Substance use disorder treatment

  • Anger management

  • Trauma services

Eligibility

Families with youth (age 7 to 20) who are struggling with substance use issues

Insurances Accepted

  • Medi-Cal

  • Self-pay: Reduced fees for those who qualify

How to Access Services

  • Medi-Cal members call (916) 874-9754 for eligibility and treatment authorization

  • Self-pay: Call directly to get started

Sacramento: 310 Harris Ave., Suite A, Sacramento, CA 95838 | (916) 649-6973 

Carmichael: 6127 Fair Oaks Blvd., Carmichael, CA 95608 | (916) 974-8090 

Hours vary by clinic

Program Description

Provides opioid use disorder treatment and recovery services.

 

Services

  • Methadone detoxification

  • Group counseling (for patients with extended take-home treatment)

  • HIV/HCV screening

  • Case management

  • Coordinated pregnancy treatment program

  • Addiction education

  • Relapse prevention

Languages Spoken Other than English

Interpreters available

Eligibility

Adults (age 18 and older)

Insurances Accepted

  • Accepts Medi-Cal (pending authorization) and Medicare

  • Accepts private insurance (call to verify)

  • Self-pay also available (sliding-scale based on income)

  • Some services are free of charge 

How to Access Services

  • Medi-Cal members call (916) 874-9754 for eligibility and treatment authorization

  • Private insurance: Call the number on the back of your card for network and benefits information

  • Self-pay: Call directly to get started

3600 Power Inn Rd., Suites A through C, Sacramento, CA 95826

(916) 647-5343

Program Description

Provides substance use disorder treatment options for adults and families authorized under the Sacramento County Adult System of Care or who are mandated by the Court. 

 

Services

  • Outpatient treatment

  • Individual/group counseling 

  • Drug diversion program

  • DUI program

  • Sober living options

  • Programs to meet court mandate requirements from Family Court, Drug Diversion and DUI convictions

Eligibility

Adults (age 18 and older) or individuals/families with court mandates

Insurances Accepted

  • Medi-Cal accepted 

  • Self-pay available for some programs (e.g., DUI)

How to Access Services

Medi-Cal members & the uninsured: call (916) 874-9754 for eligibility and treatment authorization

2100 Capitol Ave., Sacramento, CA 95816  |  (916) 442-4985  |  frontdesk@corecapitol.com

3990 Industrial Blvd, West Sacramento, CA 95691  |  (916) 796-0020  |  frontdeskwestsac@corecapitol.com

Monday through Friday  |  6:00 am to 2:30 pm, Saturday  |  7:00 am to 10:00 am

Program Description

Provides opioid use disorder treatment and supportive recovery services.

 

Services

  • Medication-assisted opioid use disorder treatment

  • Individual/group counseling 

  • Detox

  • HIV/HCV screening

  • Addiction education

  • Perinatal services

  • Workshops

  • Linkage to resources

  • Phone services available

Languages Spoken Other than English

Spanish, Hmong, Ukrainian

Eligibility

Adult (age 18 and older) with a one-year documented history of opiate addiction and current physiological addiction.

Insurances Accepted

  • Medi-Cal & Medicare accepted

  • Private Insurance

  • Self-pay also available (sliding-scale based on income)

How to Access Services

  • Medi-Cal members call (916) 874-9754 for eligibility and treatment authorization

  • Private insurance or Medicare: Call the number on the back of your card for network and benefits information

  • Self-pay: Call or walk-in to get started. Walk-in hours are Monday through Friday 6:00 am to 10:00 am

2221 Fair Oaks Blvd., Sacramento, CA 95825

(888) 994-2152

Program Description

Provides comprehensive addiction recovery services and co-occuring mental health disorders.

 

Services

  • Partial hospitalization (day treatment)

  • Intensive outpatient services

  • Sober living options

  • Alumni after care meetings (monthly)

Eligibility

Adults (age 18 and older)

Insurances Accepted

Accepts most health insurances (call to verify)

How to Access Services

  • Medi-Cal members call (916) 874-9754 for eligibility and treatment authorization

  • Private insurance and self-pay: call to speak with and admissions counselor to get started

7240 East Southgate Dr., Sacramento, CA 95823  |  (916) 391-4293

Monday through Friday  |  5:00 am to 1:00 pm, Saturday (medication only)  |  7:00 am to 10:00 am

Program Description

Provides opioid use disorder treatment and supportive recovery services.

 

Services

  • Methadone detoxification

  • Group counseling (for patients with extended take-home treatment)

  • HIV/HCV screening

  • Case management

  • Coordinated pregnancy treatment program

  • Addiction education

  • Relapse prevention

Languages Spoken Other than English

Spanish, Hmong

Eligibility

Adult (age 18 and older)

Transition Age Youth

Insurances Accepted

  • Accepts Medi-Cal (pending authorization) and Medicare

  • Accepts private insurance (call to verify)

  • Self-pay also available (sliding scale based on income)

How to Access Services

  • Medi-Cal members call (916) 874-9754 for eligibility and treatment authorization

  • Private insurance or Medicare: Call the number on the back of your card for network and benefits information

  • Self-pay: Call to schedule an intake assessment.

7270 East Southgate Dr., Sacramento, CA, 95823  |  (916) 393-8387 |  info@nationsfinest.org

Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Program Description

Provides services and supports for veterans and their families.

 

Services

  • Housing support

  • Case management

  • Individual/group counseling

  • Employment services

  • Art therapy

  • Substance abuse treatment

  • Linkage to resources

Languages Spoken Other than English

None

Eligibility

Veterans and their families/friends

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call for assistance

9960 Business Park Dr., Suite 160, Sacramento, CA, 95827  |  6371 Auburn Blvd., Suite A, Citrus Heights, CA 95621

9381 E. Stockton Blvd., Suite 102, Elk Grove, CA 95624

(916) 723 -1319

Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 9:00 pm

Program Description

Provides addiction recovery services for long-term rehabilitation from a substance abuse disorder. 

 

Services

  • Residential treatment

  • Medically supervised detox

  • Counseling/therapy (individual or group)

  • 12-step support groups

  • Experiential activities (e.g., equine therapy, gym, yoga, massage and weekend excursions.)

  • Lifetime aftercare treatment

Languages Spoken Other than English

None

Eligibility

Adults (age 18 and older)

Insurances Accepted

  • Medi-Cal accepted

  • Accepts most health insurances, and offers special rates.

  • Special financing for individuals with Medicare, and Tricare.

  • Self-Pay available (sliding scale based on income)

How to Access Services

  • Medi-Cal members call (916) 874-9754 for eligibility and treatment authorization

  • Private insurance/Medicare: Call the number on the back of your card for network and benefits information

  • Self-pay: Call directly to get started

Midtown: 1500 21st St. Sacramento, CA 95811 ​

(916) 471-2336

Monday through Thursday: 7:45 am to 7:00 pm (Building A & B), Friday: 7:45 am to 6:00 pm (Building A & B)

Saturday: 8:45 am to 5:00 pm (Building B only)

Hours vary by location

Program Description

Provides opioid use disorder treatment and support services to members of One Community Health.

 

Services

  • Assessment and diagnosis of an opioid use disorder​

  • Counseling

  • Medication-assisted treatment

  • HIV and hepatitis C testing

  • Case management

  • Medical, social work, and mental health services

  • Recovery and peer support

  • Maternal addiction treatment

  • Outpatient/intensive outpatient treatment

Eligibility

Open to members of One Community Health

Insurances Accepted

  • Medi-cal and Medicare accepted

  • Some private and commercial employer plans accepted (call to verify)​​

  • Self-payment on a sliding fee scale according to family size and income.

How to Access Services

Must be an established patient at One Community Health to access substance abuse services. To schedule an appointment and become a member, call 916 471-2336

1500 North A St., Sacramento, CA 95814

(916) 492-9605  |  info@cottagehousing.org

Program Description

Supportive housing and personal development support for those experiencing homelessness and have a documented disability, HIV/AIDS, mental health disorder, or substance use disorder.

Services

  • Residential community

  • Peer support

  • Support groups

  • Substance use treatment

  • Personal development planning

  • Case management

  • Self-sufficiency and life skills workshops

  • Employment readiness services

  • Resource referrals

Languages Spoken Other than English

Interpreters available

Eligibility

  • Must be chronically homeless: Homeless for 1yr or longer coming from a place not meant for habitation OR 4 or more episodes of homelessness in one year

  • Must have a documented disability; mental health, substance abuse, HIV or AIDS

  • Must be able to voluntarily commit to sobriety (if in recovery)

Cost

Sliding-scale based on income

How to Access Services

Call 211 and ask to complete the VI-SPDAT assessment over the phone. 211 will conduct the assessment and place you in the community queue, which is a community-wide list for housing agencies in Sacramento. Once you are in the community queue, you will be placed based on your assessment and eligibility, prioritization, and matching with available housing at the time.

500 22nd St., Sacramento, CA 95816

(916) 442-3979  |  recoveryhappens@rivercityrecovery.org

Monday through Thursday 8:00 am to 4:00 pm  |  Friday 8:00 am - 2:00 pm

Program Description

Residential 12-step oriented, substance abuse program for adults. 

 

Services

  • Residential treatment

  • Individual counseling

  • Group classes

  • Family group counseling

  • Aftercare

  • Workshops

Languages Spoken Other than English

None

Eligibility

Men (age 18 and older)

Insurances Accepted

  • Accepts Medi-Cal (prior authorization required)

  • Some private insurance (call to verify)

  • Self-pay is available 

How to Access Services

  • Medi-Cal members call (916) 874-9754 for eligibility and treatment authorization

  • Private insurance: Call the number on the back of your card for network and benefits information

  • Self-pay: Call directly to get started

Admissions can be arranged through the Administrative office by calling (916) 442-3979.

7225 E. Southgate Dr., Suite D, Sacramento, CA 95823

(888) 986-4270

Monday through Friday 5:30 am to 12:30 pm  |  Saturdays 7:00 am to 10:00 am

Program Description

Provides medication-assisted treatment for persons seeking recovery from opioid addiction, including Heroin, Oxycodone, Percocet, and other opiates.

 

Services

  • Medication-assisted treatment

  • Individualized care plans

  • Individual/group counseling

  • Family therapy

  • Crisis intervention

Eligibility

Adults (age 18 and older)

Insurances Accepted

  • Medi-Cal and Medicare accepted

  • Most major insurances accepted

  • Self-pay

How to Access Services

  • Medi-Cal members call (916) 874-9754 for eligibility and treatment authorization

  • Private insurance: Call the number on the back of your card for network and benefits information

  • Self-pay: Call directly to get started

2020 J St. Sacramento, CA 95811  |  Monday through Friday  7:30 am to 5:00 pm

3800 Florin Rd., Sacramento, CA 95823  |  Monday through Friday  8:30 am to 5:00 pm

(Both locations open at 10:00 am on the first & third Wednesdays of the month)

(916) 341-0575  |  info@snahc.org

Program Description

Provides patient-centered, culturally competent, and holistic, treatment for substance use disorder.

 

Services

  • Mental health and substance abuse counseling

  • Twelve Step Model (Culturally Sensitive)

  • Support groups

  • Relapse prevention skills

  • Traditional healing modalities

  • Stages of change

  • Education programs

  • Motivational interviewing

  • Gorski’s Relapse prevention model

  • Native American Red Road Approach

Languages Spoken Other than English

Interpreters available

Eligibility

Must be a member of the Sacramento Native American Health Center to receive substance abuse treatment services. Services provided to all ages.

Insurances Accepted

  • Accepts Medi-Cal, Medicare and

  • Self-pay (sliding-scale fees)

  • Private Insurance (Native Patients only)

How to Access Services

Call to become a registered member

1914 22nd St., Sacramento, CA 95816

(916) 455-6258

Program Description

Provides gender responsive and trauma informed residential treatment and sober living options for recovery from substance use disorders.

 

Services

  • Residential treatment

  • Substance abuse counseling

  • Trauma-related counseling

  • Transitional sober living environment

Eligibility

Adults (age 18 and older)

Insurances Accepted

  • Medi-Cal 

  • Self-pay​ (cost based on a sliding scale)

How to Access Services

  • Medi-Cal members call (916) 874-9754 for eligibility and treatment authorization

  • Self-pay: Call for an assessment and intake interview

8401 Jackson Rd., Sacramento, CA 95825

(916) 453-1482

Program Description

Provides residential substance use disorder treatment programs for pregnant and parenting adult women.

 

Services

  • Substance use recovery and vocational program for parenting women (18-month program)

  • Short-term recovery program for parenting and pregnant women (90-days)

  • Substance abuse counseling

  • Parenting education

  • Healthy relationship training

  • Hands-on employment opportunities and career education

Languages Spoken Other than English

Interpreters available

Eligibility

  • 18-month program: parenting women with children 

    • Children must be between 2 months old and 17 years old (18 ok if in high school); must be fully vaccinated 

  • 90-day program: parenting women with children and pregnant women authorized through the Sacramento County Substance Abuse System of Care

    • Children must be between 2 months old and 17 years old (18 ok if in high school); must be fully vaccinated 

    • pregnant women can be no more than 4 months pregnant

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call (916) 453-1482 at 9:30 am on Mondays and request to be put on the orientation list. No more than 15 people are accepted via orientation at a time. 

10089 Folsom Blvd., Rancho Cordova, CA 95670

(916) 366-6531  |  sunrise@sunrisehealthwellness.com

Monday through Saturday 6:00 am to 2:30 pm

Program Description

Provides Medication-Assisted Treatment and support services for opioid use disorder. 

 

Services

  • Physician monitored MAT program

  • Individual/group therapy

  • Addiction education

  • Family therapy

  • Crisis intervention

Eligibility

Anyone struggling with opioid use dependency

Insurances Accepted

  • Medi-Cal and Medicare accepted

  • Most major insurances accepted (call to verify)

  • Self-pay

How to Access Services

  • Medi-Cal members call (916) 874-9754 for eligibility and treatment authorization

  • Private insurance: Call the number on the back of your card for network and benefits information

  • Self-pay: Call directly to speak with a counselor

TLCS Hope Cooperative

650 Howe Ave., Bldg. B, Sacramento, CA 95825

(916) 779-7920

Program Description

Provides treatment services for adults living with co-occuring mental health and substance use disorders. 

 

Services

  • Substance abuse counseling

  • Individual counseling

  • Peer and family support

  • Employment support 

  • Skill building opportunities

Eligibility

Adults (age 18 and older)

Insurances Accepted

Medi-cal accepted

How to Access Services

Medi-Cal members call (916) 874-9754 for eligibility and treatment authorization

3647 40th St., Sacramento, CA 95817

(916) 452-1068  |  bup@transitionsclinic.sprucecare.com

Monday,Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Tuesday 8:00 am to 7:00 pm  | Saturday 8:00 am to 12:00 pm

Program Description

Provides buprenorphine-based treatment for opioid dependence.

 

Services

  • Medication-Assisted Treatment for opioid use dependency, including home inductions

  • Counseling, including peer counseling

  • Case management

  • Trauma-informed care

Languages Spoken Other than English

Interpreters available

Eligibility

Youth (age 7 and older) and adults (age 18 and older)

Cost

$225 per month. Includes induction, follow-ups, counseling services, and acupuncture.

How to Access Services

Call or text (916) 452-1068 or send an email to schedule an appointment

Outpatient services: (916) 313-8434  |  In-Patient services: (916) 921-6598 

Enrollment and eligibility: (916) 737-5555

Hours vary by location

Program Description

Provides a full continuum of services for those struggling with of substance abuse and co-occurring disorders. 

 

Services

  • Residential treatment

  • Detoxification

  • Outpatient treatment

  • Medication-assisted treatment

  • Telehealth support

Languages Spoken Other than English

Interpreters available

Eligibility

Open to all Sacramento County residents; must be registered with WellSpace Health

Insurances Accepted

  • Medicare, Medi-Cal, Family PACT

  • Self pay - sliding-scale fees

How to Access Services

  • Medi-Cal members call (916) 874-9754 for eligibility and treatment authorization

  • Self-pay: Call for more information and to get started

  • Uninsured: call 916-737-5555 to get help with understanding and navigating the enrollment process for Medi-Cal, Medi-Care, and Family PACT

Children and Adolescents (under age 18)

The programs, services and organization listed here meet the substance use prevention and treatment needs of children and youth (under the age of 18) or provide services to all individuals of all ages. 

Child/Youth

7000 Franklin Blvd., Suite 625, Sacramento, CA 95823

(916) 388-9418

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 9:00 am - 7:30 pm,  Tuesday and Friday: 9:00 am to 5:30 pm

Program Description

Substance use disorder treatment for adults, youth and families.

 

Services

  • Individual and group counseling

  • Family counseling

  • Substance use disorder treatment

  • Anger management

  • Trauma services

Eligibility

Families with youth (age 7 to 20) who are struggling with substance use issues

Insurances Accepted

  • Medi-Cal

  • Self-pay: Reduced fees for those who qualify

How to Access Services

  • Medi-Cal members call (916) 874-9754 for eligibility and treatment authorization

  • Self-pay: Call directly to get started

9616 Micron Ave, Suite 750, Sacramento, CA, 95827

(916) 362-2000  |  info@omniyouth.net

Program Description

Provides programs to reduce youth marijuana & alcohol use by increasing Sacramento’s capacity to create strong families, develop youth leaders through education, skill building and community engagement.

 

Services

  • Speaking engagements and workshops

  • Model program trainings

  • Exhibits

  • Video screenings

Eligibility

  • Youth (age 9 to 20)

  • Parents

  • Community members

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call or email for more information

4625 44th Street, Sacramento, CA 95820

(916) 576-3300 | info@proyouthandfamilies.org

Program Description

Provides programming for young people living in under-resourced communities to train them to speak out and stand up for the issues that matter to them.

 

Services

  • Life skills training for students

  • Opportunities for advocacy and community engagement

  • Mentor training

  • Substance use prevention advocacy and education

  • Youth Leadership Academy

Eligibility

Youth and their families

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call or email for more information

Public Health Institute (PHI)

1540 River Park Drive, Suite 209, Sacramento, CA 95815

(916) 498-6969

Program Description

PHI's Youth Engaged in Action (YEA) and Families and Communities Together (Families ACT) programs seeks to prevent underage drinking through community education and youth and parent engagement in policy and environmental change work.

 

Services

  • Youth Engaged in Action

C​onducts outreach and information dissemination to youth and provides Train-the-Trainer workshops at community sites for youth to gain in-depth knowledge related to alcohol prevention topics.

  • Families & Communities Together

Provides Train-the-Trainer prevention education workshops for parents, caregivers, and other interested adults to develop in-depth knowledge about alcohol prevention topics.

Eligibility

Youth and their families

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call for information about upcoming trainings and workshops

10474 Mather Blvd., Mather, CA 95655

(916) 228-2418

Program Description

Provides support for drug and alcohol free social events and programs through Sacramento County school districts.

 

Services

  • Provides support for Friday Night Live and Club Live programs throughout Sacramento County's school districts

  • Community service opportunities

  • Student and advisor training opportunities

  • Countywide and regional events

  • Lead agency of the Sacramento County Coalition for Youth

Eligibility

Middle school and high school students—and their advisors—from participating Sacramento County school districts

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

  • Interested school districts can call (916) 228 2418 for more information

  • Youth can check with their school district to see if there are any Friday Night Live or Club Live events and/or organizations on campus

3647 40th St., Sacramento, CA 95817

(916) 452-1068  |  bup@transitionsclinic.sprucecare.com

Monday,Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Tuesday 8:00 am to 7:00 pm  | Saturday 8:00 am to 12:00 pm

Program Description

Provides buprenorphine-based treatment for opioid dependence.

 

Services

  • Medication-Assisted Treatment for opioid use dependency, including home inductions

  • Counseling, including peer counseling

  • Case management

  • Trauma-informed care

Languages Spoken Other than English

Interpreters available

Eligibility

Youth (age 7 and older) and adults (age 18 and older)

Cost

$225 per month. Includes induction, follow-ups, counseling services, and acupuncture.

How to Access Services

Call or text (916) 452-1068 or send an email to schedule an appointment

Pregnant and Parenting Women

The following organizations provide substance use disorder treatment options for pregnant and parenting women.

Preg/Par Women
Options For Recovery

(916) 395-3552 EXT. 3272

Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Program Description

Provides intensive residential inpatient and outpatient substance use disorder treatment for pregnant and parenting women. Services provided by Volunteers of America, Strategies for Change, and Sacramento County Behavioral Health Services.

 

Services

  • Residential treatment

  • Detoxification

  • Intensive outpatient treatment

  • Outpatient drug free treatment

  • Transitional living options

Eligibility

  • Pregnant and parenting women (children must be age 5 and under)

  • Resident of Sacramento County

  • Must be eligible for services from the Sacramento County System of Care for Substance Use Treatment 

Cost

Low or no cost. No one refused services for inability to pay

How to Access Services

Call (916) 395-3552 for eligibility verification and treatment authorization

8401 Jackson Rd., Sacramento, CA 95825

(916) 453-1482

Program Description

Provides residential substance use disorder treatment programs for pregnant and parenting adult women.

 

Services

  • Substance use recovery and vocational program for parenting women (18-month program)

  • Short-term recovery program for parenting and pregnant women (90-days)

  • Substance abuse counseling

  • Parenting education

  • Healthy relationship training

  • Hands-on employment opportunities and career education

Eligibility

  • 18-month program: parenting women with children 

    • Children must be between 2 months old and 17 years old (18 ok if in high school); must be fully vaccinated 

  • 90-day program: parenting women with children and pregnant women authorized through the Sacramento County Substance Abuse System of Care

    • Children must be between 2 months old and 17 years old (18 ok if in high school); must be fully vaccinated 

    • pregnant women can be no more than 4 months pregnant

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

  • 18-month program: contact Saint John’s directly for assistance

  • 90-day program: Contact (916) 874-9754 for eligibility, and treatment authorization. Those not eligible, can contact Saint John’s directly 

Phone Support

The following support lines provide direct support to those struggling with substance abuse or addiction and their families loved ones.

Phone

1-888-4AL-ANON (1-888-425-2666)

Provides 24-hour phone support to families and friends who are affected by loved one's drinking.

Alcoholics Anonymous - Sacramento

(916) 454-1100

Provides 24-hour phone support to individuals who have the desire to stop drinking.

National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence Hope Line

1-800-NCA-CALL (1-800-622-2255) 

Directs callers to affiliate programs around the country to assist, at a local level, with substance abuse issues.

Partnership to End Addiction

Text CONNECT to 55753  |  Schedule a call

A free, confidential, helpline for those in a supportive role in the life of a young person struggling with substance use. 

(877) 623-6363

Provides 24-hour phone support to individuals who wish to pursue and maintain a drug/alcohol -free lifestyle.

1(800) 662-HELP (4357)

A free, confidential, 24/7, 365-day-a-year treatment referral and information service (in English and Spanish) for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders.

Support Groups

Support groups focused on recovery from problematic substance use disorder or addiction issues.

SupportGrps

(916) 454-1100

Provides peer support meetings and resources for individuals who have the desire to stop drinking.

(800) 736-9805

Support for families and friends of those with a current, suspected, or former issue with substance use.

1 (800) 811-4142

A network of support groups for people who want to live free of alcohol and illicit or non-medically indicated drugs.

1 (800) 477-6291

Provides support for families and loved ones who have been affected by someone else's addiction to narcotics. 

(916) 595-7910

Provides peer support groups for individuals to share their experience, strength and hope with each other so that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from their addiction. 

(916) 334-2970

Provides peer support meetings and information to families and friends who are affected by loved one's drinking.

(877) 623-6363

A network of ongoing peer support for those who wish to pursue and maintain a drug-free lifestyle. Does not focus on any particular drug and does not make distinctions between drugs and alcohol. 

Sacramento LGBT Community Center  |  (916) 442-0185

(916) 442-0185

Provides location for addiction recovery support groups for the LGBTQ+ community. 

Substance Use Coalitions

The following coalitions work to help reduce the impact of substance use across Sacramento County. Join one today! 

Coalitions

Works to make Sacramento a safe place for young people to grow up, free from the influences of substances that are addictive and harmful.

Works to educate the public about opioid use, expand treatment access, encourage early intervention, treatment, and enhance opioid surveillance.

1(888) 881-4881

Works to identify and implement initiatives that address methamphetamine use in Sacramento County its related problems.

Driving Under the Influence (DUI) 

The following programs are the currently established DUI programs in Sacramento County. Offenders are required to self-enroll and pay the established fees for these programs. Fees are established by the County of Sacramento and are the same for all service provider locations and program levels. The DUI program notifies the Court of an offender’s enrollment in, completion of, or dismissal from the program.

DUI

(916) 840-7874

  • 4241 Florin Rd, Suite 75, Sacramento, CA 95823

Safety Center - DUI Program
  • 6060 Sunrise Vista Dr., Suite 1625, Citrus Heights, 95610  |  916-721-3748  |  Language: English

  • 3909 Bradshaw Rd., Sacramento, CA 95827  |  916-366-7233  |  Languages: English/Spanish/Russian

  • 4704 Roseville Rd., Suite 102, North Highlands, CA 95660  |  916-394-2320  |  Language: English

Contact a location nearest to you

  • 2012 H St., Suites 101 & 102, Sacramento, CA 95811  |  916-444-5680

  • 4700 Northgate Blvd., Suite 122, Sacramento, CA 95834  |  916-564-0600

  • 5777 Madison Ave., Suite 590, Sacramento, CA 95841  |  916-239-6379

Safe Medication Disposal Sites

Safe Medication Disposal kiosks are located through out the Sacramento region to assist residents with safely disposing of unwanted or expired medication, and home-generated sharps waste (hypodermic needles, pen needles, intravenous needles, lancets, and other devices that are used to penetrate the skin for the delivery of medications).

Safe disposal can:

  • Prevent the accidental or intentional misuse of unwanted medications

  • Prevent negative and toxic effects on our environment

  • Protect other from contracting diseases and other adverse effects of needle sticks

Safe Disposal
Agency
Address
City
Zip Code
Phone Number
Walgreens**
6144 Dewey Drive (Southeast corner of Dewey & Greenback)
Citrus Heights
95621
(916) 723-4118
Davis Compound Solutions
1205 Drake Drive, Suite C
Davis
95816
(530) 756-1255
Davis Police Department**
2600 5th Street
Davis
95618
(530) 747-5400
Walgreens**
7299 Laguna Boulevard (Northwest corner of Bruceville & Laguna)
Elk Grove
95758
(916) 691-4412
Elk Grove Police Department**
8400 Laguna Palms Way
Elk Grove
95758
(916) 714-5115
Folsom Police Department**
46 Natoma Street
Folsom
95630
(916) 355-7239
Rancho Cordova Police Department
2897 Kilgore Road
Rancho Cordova
95670
(916) 875-9600
Sacramento Police Department**
5770 Freeport Boulevard
Sacramento
95822
(916) 808-0800
CSU Sacramento Pharmacy at The Well
6000 J Street
Sacramento
95819
(916) 278-6040
Valley Pharmacy of Sacramento**
7600 Hospital Drive
Sacramento
95823
(916) 423-2098
Sacramento County Sheriff - Central Division Station
7000 65th Street
Sacramento
95823
(916) 876-8300
Jefferson Pharmacy**
1029 Jefferson Boulevard, Suite A
West Sacramento
95691
(916) 371-2022
Eagle Drug Pharmacy**
101 Main Street
Winters
95694
(530) 795-4123
Woodland Police Department**
1000 Lincoln Avenue
Woodland
95695
(530) 661-7800
Yolo County Sheriff Monroe Detention Facility**
140A Tony Diaz Drive
Woodland
95776
(530) 666-8856

**Site accepts controlled medications

Other Disposal Sites

The following sites may have specific rules for disposal and only allowed to accept certain medications or items. Major retail pharmacies including Rite Aid and CVS also have many locations with safe disposal kiosks. Contact your local pharmacies for assistance.

9255 Disposal Lane, Elk Grove, CA 94624

Sunday to Wednesday  |  9:00am to 4:00pm

The Elk Grove Special Waste Collection Center only takes sharps and over the counter medications, nutritional supplements and vitamins. 

(916) 461-6730

The City of Folsom provides residents Door 2 Door Residential Collection Service recycles for most types of household hazardous waste, including motor oil, paint, stains, poisons, medications, and electronics. This service is available on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Appointments are available for single-family residential customers as well as multi-family residential customers. You can schedule a household hazardous waste pickup by using the online tool or by calling (916) 461-6730. 

4450 Roseville Road, North Highlands, CA

916-875-5555

Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday  |  8:30 am to 4:00 pm

The Sacramento County North Area Recovery Station only accepts unused medications (non-controlled substances only)

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This program is funded by the Sacramento County Division of Behavioral Health Services through the voter approved Proposition 63, Mental Health Services Act (MHSA).

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