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Alcohol and Drug Counseling Treatment

  • Community Recovery and Resource Center

Operated by Sun Street Centers

2167 H. De La Rosa Sr Street; Soledad, CA 93960

Te; (831) 385-0100

Website: www.sunstreetcenters.org

Services:

Offers education on alcohol and drug abuse prevention for parents and youth at various sites in the community, as well as the Driving Under the Influence Program.

  • COPS California Offender Program Services
    P.O. Box 10815; Salinas, CA 93960

Tel (800) 388-6187

Fax (831) 663-3147

Services: Alcohol/ Drug, Property, Vandalism and Aggressive Offender Class offered 1st Saturday of each month at Soledad High School. The fee for this class is $35.00 upon entry: Cash or money order only; no checks. Class time: Class begins at 9:00 am; class ends at 1:00 pm. Bring bag lunch and beverage to class. Students are not allowed to smoke or leave campus during class. For more information, please contact Jim at the phone numbers listed above.

  • Natividad Medical Center Behavioral Health Crisis Team
    1441 Constitution Blvd. Salinas, CA 93906

Tel (831) 755-4111

Website: www.natividad.com

Services:

Assessment and referral in acute substance abuse issues is available 7 days/ week, 24 hours/day. Services in English and Spanish. Individuals should call above number or come into emergency room. The crisis team is paged; caller might need to wait a few minutes.

  • Alanon/ Alateen
    24-hour Tel (English) (831) 373-2532

24-hour Tel (Spanish) (831) 424-6207

Website: www.montereycountyal-anon.org

Services:

Helpline provides information and referral to support groups in the county for teens, families and friends of alcoholics. Support groups in English and Spanish.

  • Sunrise House
    119 Capitol Street; Salinas, CA 93901

24-hour Crisis Line: (831) 758-3302

152 W. Gabilan Street; Salinas, CA 93901

Tel (831) 751-9350

Website: www.sunrisehouse.org

Services:

Sunrise House provides alcohol and drug counseling and a 24-hour crisis line for adolescents and their families at the center on Capitol Street. The center on Gabilan Street provides community education and prevention activities in cooperation with schools and other community agencies, including youth drug diversion and youth alternative to violence programs. Bilingual counselors and prevention specialists. Clothing distribution for needy teens. Services are free.

  • D.A.I.S.Y (Drug and Alcohol Intervention Services for Youth)
    Operated by Community Human Services

855 E. Laurel Drive, Bldg. H; Salinas, CA 93906

Tel (831) 233-9029

Website: www.chservices.org

Services:

Utilizes the Seven Challenges program to provide intervention and education serves for substance-abusing youth, ages 13-18, referred by Probation, Social Services, Behavior Health, Juvenile Drug Court, parents and schools. No charge. Services in English and Spanish.

  • Door to Hope
    130 West Gabilan Street; Salinas, CA 93901

Tel (831) 758-0181

Website: www.doortohope.org

Services: Outpatient program for drug-dependent men and women. Services include individual/ group counseling, life skills, family therapy, medical treatment, and 12-step recovery programs. Reimbursement through Medi-Cal, Medicare, some insurance plans, or self-pay. Door to Hope also offers residential treatment for woman.

  • ICT (Integrated Co-occurring Treatment)
    Operated by Door to Hope

130 West Gabilan Street; Salinas, CA 93901

Tel (831) 758-0181 or (831) 422-2636

Website: www.doortohope.org

Services:

Professional treatment for adolescents with co-occurring substance abuse and mental health disorders. A home-based program offering a spectrum of services, including cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational enhance therapy, motivational enhancement therapy, peer support, individual, group and family therapy. Door to Hope also offers a group home.

 

  • Agency: BEACON HOUSE Description:

Nonprofit recovery facility for people with alcoholism and other drug addiction.

Website:

http://www.beaconhouse.org

Program: Chemical Dependency Treatment Program Description:

Offers residential and outpatient programs for men and women, aimed at basics of arresting the addiction, dealing with underlying causes and establishing relapse prevention.

Eligibility:

Must be 18 years of age and older, and a desire to be sober and free of chemical use.

Fees:

Contact the admissions office 831-372-2334 for program fees.

Application Process:

Call

Documents required:

Call for more information.

Hours Of Operation:

24/7 Residential Facility

Monday – Friday: 8:30 am – 5:00 pm

Toll Free:

866-421-6156

Website:

http://www.beaconhouse.org

 

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