›› California: Local Resources

The Betty Ford Center
The Betty Ford Center provides treatment for chemical dependency, as well as support and educational resources for family members and children of clients.
39000 Bob Hope Dr.
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
(760) 773-4100
(800) 434-7365

Friends Are Good Medicine (Modesto) Provides information and referrals to local self-help groups
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Friends Network
800 Scenic Dr.
Modesto, CA 95350
(209)525-6239 (day)

HELPLINK (San Francisco)
HELPLINK Provides information and referral to support groups in 11 county area. N. Calif. Council for the Community
221 Main St.  Suite # 300
San Francisco, CA 94105
(800) 273-6222 from 408, 510, 650, 707, 916 and 925 area codes or (415)772-4357
TTY: (415)772-4440

A New Way of Life
A New Way of Life Foundation helps women and girls break the cycle of entrapment in the criminal justice system and lead healthy and satisfying lives.
Los Angeles, California,
(323) 563-3575

Coronado S.A.F.E. (Substance Abuse Free Environment) Coalition
Coronado S.A.F.E. is a community coalition working to prevent and reduce substance abuse by the youth (and in time adults) in our community. We work cooperatively with other prevention efforts on the local, county, state, national and bi-national levels
1009 C. Avenue, Coronado, CA 92118
(619) 522-6884

San Diego-Tijuana Border Initiative
The mission of the San Diego-Tijuana Border Initiative is to encourage closer collaboration among social and community service providers in the region with the specific intent of promoting institution building and policy development for issues of equal importance to both sides of the border. The San Diego –Tijuana Border Initiative has four programs: the Drug-Free Border Coalition, the South Region Tobacco Control Initiative, the Bi-national Prevention Information Clearinghouse, and the Trans border Smoke-Free Campus Partnership
2838 Granada Avenue, San Diego, California 92104
(619) 285-1725

Sanctuary Psychiatric Centers of Santa Barbara
Sanctuary Psychiatric Centers of Santa Barbara is a not-for-profit mental health provider that has been serving clients since 1976. Our services include residential mental health treatment facilities and psychiatric care, as well as outpatient mental health programs. We also serve the dually diagnosed (persons with both a mental illness and a substance abuse problem),
P.O. Box 551,
Santa Barbara, California, 93102
(805) 569-2785

Abounding Love Ministries
A non-profit ministry of Charles & Kristin Watson. Charles is an X-member of the Manson family, now in prison, born again and serving God. Through Charles Watson's experience we share a lot of info on drugs, alcohol, sex, and many more of today's issues.
Box 425,
Jackson, California, 95642

Al-Anon and Alateen of Ventura County, California, USA
The purpose of Al-Anon and Alateen Family groups of Ventura County, California is to offer hope and help to families and friends of alcoholics. This site is a public information outreach that offers a current meeting directory, calendar and events,
P.O. Box 6754,
Ventura, California, 93006-6754
(805) 656-7110

Alcohol and Drug Policy Institute (CA)
ADPI will work toward the advancement of the alcohol and other drug (AOD) field in California through the creation and dissemination of knowledge regarding alcohol and other drug problems and culturally competent approaches to their prevention.
4940 Irvine Blvd. Ste. 202,
Irvine, CA 92620,
Irvine, California, 92620
(714) 505-3525

The County Alcohol and Drug Program Administrators Association of California
The County Alcohol and Drug Program Administrators Association of California (CADPAAC) is a non-profit organization comprised of the designated county alcohol and drug program administrators representing the 58 counties within California.
1415 L Street, Suite 200
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 441-1850

Alcoholics Anonymous - Los Angeles Central Office
Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to...
4311 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 104,
Los Angeles, California, 90010
United States
(323) 936-4343

American Indian Training Insitute, Inc.
Reduce the incidence and prevelance of alcohol and other drug related issues through education and training for the Native American and Alaskan Native community.
4221 Northgate Blvd. Ste. 2,
Sacramento, California, 95834
(916) 920-0731

Another Choice, Another Chance
To reduce the incidence and prevalence of substance abuse, mental health and other behavioral problems among youth ages 12-19. ACAC provides, alcohol and drug counseling, mental health, dual diagnosis counseling, anger management workshops, HIV education.
2801 Aramon Drive,
Rancho Cordova, California, 95670
(916) 361-2089

Asian American Recovery Services
The mission of AARS is to decrease the incidence and impact of substance abuse in the Asian and Pacific Islander communities of the greater San Francisco Bay Area Counties.
1370 Tully Road Suite 501,
San Jose, California, 95122
(408) 271-3900

965 Mission St. Ste. 325,
San Francisco, California, 94103
(415) 541-9285 x225

Bishop Gooden Home
Bishop Gooden Home’s mission is to help alcohol and drug addicted men achieve lasting sobriety through a 12 step oriented treatment program which focuses on education and emotional, social and spiritual support.
191 North El Molino Avenue,
Pasadena, California, 91101
United States
(626) 356-0078

CLARE Foundation, Inc.
CLARE provides services to all those seeking recovery from alcoholism and substance abuse.
1871 9th Street,
Santa Monica, California, 90404
(310) 314-6212

Cocaine Anonymous World Services
C.A. is a fellowship of recovered and recovering cocaine addicts who use the 12-step program as a means of recovery. We have groups throughout the USA and Canada, and UK. Please see our web page at http://www.ca.org for more information.
3740 Overland Avenue,
Suite C,
Los Angeles, California, 90034
(310) 559-5833

Conscious Contact Inc.
A non profit sober living organization transforming lives one day at a time. Our mission is to provide safe, sober, affordable housing while striving to help our clients open to a new way of consciousness and life.
P.O. Box 3943,
Dana Point, California, 92629
(949) 922-1101

East Bay Community Recovery Project
Mission statement: Our mission is to foster drug free communities by providing comprehensive services to individuals, families, and the greater community.
22971 Sutro St,
Hayward, California, 94541
(510) 446-7120

Friendship House Association of the American Indians, Inc.
The Mission of Friendship House is to promote healing and wellness in the American Indian community by providing high quality substance abuse prevention, treatment, and recovery services while integrating cultural and spiritual traditions.
56 Julian Avenue,
San Franicsco, California, 94103
(415) 865-0964

Marin Services for Women
Marin Services for Women advances community health by providing superior quality chemical dependency recovery services for women and their families. MSW is dedicated to meeting the community's need to understand the nature, treatment and prevention of chemical dependency.
1251 S. Eliseo Drive.,
Greenbrae, California, 94904
(415) 924-5995

Bay Area Community Resources (BACR)
BACR programs focus on Youth Development; Alcohol and Drugs, Tobacco and Mental Health; National Service; Community Health and Fiscal Sponsorship. With programs in cities all around the S.F. Bay Area
BACR Administrative Office
171 Carlos Drive
San Rafael, CA 94903-2005
(415) 444-5580

The Marin Institute
We are an alcohol industry watchdog and a resource for solutions to community alcohol problems.
The Marin Institute
24 Belvedere Street
San Rafael, CA 94901
(415) 456-5692

Mini Twelve Step house, Inc
Mini Twelve Step house, Inc.: A human community restoring families on an enduring foundation of recovery. Since 1971 Mini Twelve Step, Inc., has targeted minority women for residential recovery services in a home like environment. It has over the years developed a client centered continuum of care that includes residential to outpatient, and on to aftercare services. The goal of the program is to deliver the women and their families to self sufficiency. By it's very nature the program has a positive and profound impact on the systems that are overburdened with addiction related problems: Health care, penal and child welfare.
303 E. 52nd St.,
Los Angeles, California, 90011
(323) 295-6604

National Asian Pacific American Families Against Substance Abuse
NAPAFASA is a national organization that prevents and reduces substance abuse in Asian American, Native Hawaiians and other Pacific Islander families and communities through research, advocacy, education and capacity building.
340 E. Second St.,
Suite 409,
Los Angeles, California, 90012
(213) 625-5795

Needs (Faith Based)
Needs is a nonprofit corporation that provides a variety of services for Disaster Relief, Drug and Alcohol treatment, AIDS and Teens. Needs provides the necessary services and support needed to help individuals in their recovery process.
950 Fulton avenue suite 200,
Sacramento, California, 95835
(888) 263-6869
Hot Line: (916) 482-2006 24hr a day

Ohlhoff Recovery Programs
A 49 year old, nonprofit agency providing residential and outpatient substance abuse treatment services in San Francisco and Marin.
Ohlhoff Recovery Programs
601 Steiner Street,
San Francisco,
California, 94117

Options Recovery Services Berkeley CA
To provide free and immediately available treatment to low-income adults addicted to drugs and alcohol and to provide free treatment to those afflicted with addiction combined with issues of mental health.
1931 Center Street,
Berkeley, California, 94704
(510) 666-9552

Phoenix Houses of California
Since 1967, Phoenix House has been helping people of all ages from all walks of life lead fulfilling, drug-free, lives. We treat some 6,000 men, women and adolescents each day in more than 100 programs in nine states.
11600 Eldridge Avenue,
Lake View Terrace, California, 91604

Rites of Passage
Rites of Passage is a non-profit, non-sectarian educational organization dedicated to offering programs which provide wilderness rite of passage experiences for youth and adults, fostering self-knowledge, self-reliance, healing from trauma or addiction
P.O. Box 2061,
Santa Rosa, California, 95405
(707) 537-1927

San Francisco Women's Rehabilitation Foundation
We provide a clean, warm and safe home, group and spiritual counseling for working women in early recovery from alcohol and other drugs. The program is conducted in the evening to allow residents to continue their professions during the day.
255 Tenth Avenue,
San Francisco, California, 94118
(415) 751-5921

Sunrise House
Sunrise House provides free crisis counseling to young people and their families, particularly in the areas of substance abuse, youth violence and domestic conflict
116 E. Alisal Street,
Salinas, California, 93901
(831) 758-3302

Dual Diagnosis Anonymous World Services, Inc.: Dual Diagnosis Anonymous Expansion Project
This project addresses the needs of individuals diagnosed with co-occurring alcohol and drug use disorders and mental illness.
320 North “E” Street, Suite 209
San Bernardino, CA 92401
(909) 888-9282

Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse
The Council provides peer-led recovery support services in Santa Barbara, California.
232 East Canon Perdido Street, Suite H
Santa Barbara, CA 93101
(805) 963-1433



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