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1 Directory of Organizational Providers for Behavioral Health s Access and Crisis Line (ACL): January 2013

2 Behavioral Health Emergency s If you or your family member are having a mental health emergency: Call 911 or go to your local hospital emergency room. Call the Access and Crisis Line at Clinicians answer the phones 24 hours a day, seven day a week, to provide immediate crisis interventions and provide linkages/referrals to appropriate services as needed. TTY: (619) Go to the County Psychiatric Hospital Emergency Psychiatric Unit (EPU) (adults only) located at 3853 Rosecrans St., San Diego, CA 92110, Phone: (619) , or your nearest hospital emergency room. Take children to the Emergency Screening Unit (ESU) at 730 Medical Center Court, Chula Vista, CA for 24-hour emergency mental health assessment and referral. Phone: (619) Call your doctor or therapist. For other immediate needs, you may walk-in for screening and/or evaluation at the closest adult mental health clinic with daytime walk-in hours. Schedules are available by calling the Access and Crisis Line at

3 Information s are available for individuals with Medi-Cal, limited insurance or without insurance. Programs may change program fees based on individuals income and ability to pay. No one can be denied services based on ability to pay. Client fees are waived for Medi-Cal eligible persons participating in Medi-Cal certified services (except for required share of cost). Free Interpreter services are available through the County at all Mental Health programs. Except as restricted by State licensing regulations, services are provided without discrimination on the basis of age, sex, race, disability, or ability to pay. For help in locating an Organizational Provider clinic convenient to you, call the Access and Crisis Line at The County also has a network of individual and small group Fee For (FFS) mental health providers. The Access and Crisis Line can help you find one who is taking new clients, since this changes often. You can also ask for a FFS provider list in your region. To help you with problems concerning Mental Health s or for grievances and appeals, call toll free: Inpatient and residential services: JFS Patient Advocacy s at and non-residential services: Consumer Center for Health and Education & Advocacy at To help you find a clinician to meet your special needs, see the Cultural column on the following tables. Here is a listing of the abbreviations used: Gay/Lesbian/Bi-sexual/Transgender=GLBT Middle Eastern = ME African- American = Afr Amer Southeast Asian = SEA Hispanic/Latino = HL Homeless = HML Eastern European = EE American Indian = AI Severely Emotionally Disturbed = SED Transitional Age Youth = TAY s are located throughout San Diego County. The Directory lists the services locations for each program in the column called Region The regions of San Diego are shown in this map.

4 Table of Contents Access and Crisis Line 1 Programs 19 Case Management 1 Sobering s 27 Detoxification s 1 Advocacy 28 Justice Programs 2 Assertive CommunityTreatment 30 Justice Programs Adult Drug Court Justice Programs Driving Under the Influence (DUI) 2 Case Management 31 4 Clubhouses 33 Justice Programs Juvenile Drug Court Justice Programs PC Crisis s 37 6 Day Program 41 Non- s 8 Full- Partnership 46 Prevention and Education s Detoxification s 16 Hospital Inpatient Psychiatric Juvenile Forensic s 52

5 Table of Contents Other CalWORKs 54 Therapeutic Behavioral s 92 Other Conservator s 56 Other Employment s 56 Other Forensic Adult 57 Other Jail 57 Other Outreach 59 Other Training Prevention and Early Intervention 83 Adult 90 - Children 91

6 Case Management (referral only) MHS - Parolee Partnership Program (P3) 2535 Camino Del Rio S. Ste. 230 San Diego, CA (619) (referral only) Mon - Fri 8:30 am - 4:30 pm Countywide Adult, Older Adult Parolee Clients Only (Parole Agents referral only) Requirements met Six months of intensive case management and recovery services to exoffenders and parolees at risk of continuing their alcohol and/or drug abuse. Case Management Perinatal VHF - ParentCare Perinatal Case Management and Dependency Drug Court (DDC) s 4990 Williams Ave. La Mesa, CA (619) (619) Mon - Fri 8:30 am - 4:30 pm East Women Requirements met A continuous, long-term outpatient case management to assist women who are drug and/or alcohol users, pregnant or parenting, in finding services to support long-term recovery. Provides DDC services. Detoxification s MITE - Options, KIVA & Perinatal Detox 2049 Skyline Dr. Lemon Grove, CA (619) /7 (Office Hours 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Mon - Fri) East Adult Women and their Children Requirements met Offers short term (5-14 days) non-medical detoxification for women, especially those who are pregnant and/or experiencing problems with Alcohol and other drugs. Page 1 of 92

7 Detoxification s MITE - Detox (Call for Locations) (619) /7 Countywide, Older Spanish Requirements met Offers a 5-14 day residential social model detoxification program for adults who are experiencing problems with alcohol and other drugs. Justice Programs MHS - Serial Inebriate Program (SIP) 3340 Kemper St. Ste. 105 San Diego, CA (619) Call for hours, Older Spanish Requirements met Provides non-residential treatment to chronic alcoholics referred by the San Diego Police Dept. s include counseling and linkages to appropriate community resources and sober living. Justice Programs SDYCS - Breaking Cycles 7798 Starling Dr. Ste. 200 San Diego, CA (858) Mon - Fri Adolescents (Juvenile Probation only) Requirements met Provides alcohol and drug assessment, intervention, educational groups, and case management for probation involved juveniles. Page 2 of 92

8 Justice Programs Adult Drug Court MHS - County Center for Change - Adult Drug Court 504 West Vista Way Vista, CA (760) Mon - Fri 9:00 am - 5:00 pm, Older (COURT referral only) Requirements met Provides a 12-month outpatient substance abuse treatment program with six months of after care to alcohol or drug-abusing felons. Justice Programs Adult Drug Court (referral only) MHS - South County Center for Change - Adult Drug Court 1515 Palm Ave. San Diego, CA (619) (COURT referral only) Mon - Fri 8:30 am - 5:30 pm South, Older (COURT referral only) Spanish Requirements met Provides a 12-month outpatient substance abuse treatment program with six months of after care to alcohol or drug-abusing felons. Justice Programs Adult Drug Court (SUPERIOR COURT referral only) MHS - East County Center for Change - Adult Drug Court 545 Magnolia Ave. El Cajon, CA (619) (SUPERIOR COURT referral only) Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 6:00 pm East, Older (SUPERIOR COURT referral only) Requirements met Provides a 12-month outpatient substance abuse treatment program with six months of after care to alcohol or drug-abusing felons. Page 3 of 92

9 Justice Programs Adult Drug Court (SUPERIOR COURT REFFERRAL ONLY) MHS - San Diego Center for Change - Adult Drug Court 3340 Kemper St. Stes. 101 & 209 San Diego, CA (619) (SUPERIOR COURT REFFERRAL ONLY) Mon - Fri, Older (SUPERIOR COURT REFFERRAL ONLY) Requirements met Provides a 12-month outpatient substance abuse treatment program with six months of after care to alcohol or drug-abusing felons. Justice Programs DUI SDSU - District Driving Under the Influence (DUI) Program 9245 Sky Park Ct. Ste. 101 San Diego, CA (858) Mon - Fri (Business office closed Noon - 1:00 pm), Older Spanish Requirements met Provides mandated services for any individual arrested for, or convicted of, driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs in California. Enrollment requires a referral from court, probation, or DMV. Justice Programs DUI Program (referral only) MAAC Project - DUI Program 1355 Third Ave. Chula Vista, CA (619) (referral only) Mon - Fri 8:30 am - 5:00 pm South, Older (referral only) Spanish Requirements met Provides mandated services for any individual arrested for, or convicted of, driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs in California. Enrollment requires a referral from court, probation, or DMV. Page 4 of 92

10 Justice Programs DUI Program (referral only) MHN - Occupational Health s DUI Program 1050 Los Vallecitos Blvd. Ste. 109 San Marcos, CA (760) (referral only) Mon - Fri 9:00 am - 8:00pm Sat 8:00am - 4:30pm, Older (referral only) Spanish Requirements met Provides mandated services for any individual arrested for, or convicted of, driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs in California. Enrollment requires a referral from court, probation, or DMV. Justice Programs DUI Program (referral only) ECS - East County ACCORD DUI Program 7474 El Cajon Blvd. La Mesa, CA (619) (referral only) Mon - Fri 9:00 am - 6:00 pm East, Older (referral only) Spanish Requirements met Provides mandated services for any individual arrested for, or convicted of, driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs in California. Enrollment requires a referral from court, probation, or DMV. Justice Programs Juvenile Drug Court referral only VHF - Juvenile Drug Court (858) Mon - Fri 2901 Meadow Lark Dr. San Diego, CA Countywide Adolescents Requirements met Offers substance abuse case management for youth in drug court. Covers abuse and/or addiction issues. Requires referral from court. Page 5 of 92

11 Justice Programs PC 1000 (referral only) MHS - East Region PC 1000 (Deferred Entry of Judgment & AIDS Education Program) 6244 El Cajon Blvd. Ste. 15 San Diego, CA (619) (referral only) Call for hours, Older (referral only) Spanish Requirements met PC 1000 Deferred Entry of Judgment/AIDS Education Program, provides court-ordered education and counseling services related to specific drugrelated offenses and prostitution offenses. Requires a referral form, court or probation. Justice Programs PC 1000 (referral only) MHS - Mid-Coast Region PC 1000 (Deferred Entry of Judgment & AIDS Education Program) 3340 Kemper St., Ste. 105 San Diego, CA (619) (referral only) Call for hours / Mid-Coast, Older (referral only) Spanish Requirements met PC 1000 Deferred Entry of Judgment/AIDS Education Program, provides court-ordered education and counseling services related to specific drugrelated offenses and prostitution offenses. Requires a referral form, court or probation. Justice Programs PC 1000 (referral only) MHS - N. Inland Region PC 1000 (Deferred Entry of Judgment & AIDS Education Program) 620 Ash St. Escondido, CA (760) (referral only) Call for hours N. Inland, Older (referral only) Spanish Requirements met PC 1000 Deferred Entry of Judgment/AIDS Education Program, provides court-ordered education and counseling services related to specific drugrelated offenses and prostitution offenses. Requires a referral form, court or probation. Page 6 of 92

12 Justice Programs PC 1000 (referral only) MITE - Coastal PC 1000, (Deferred Entry of Judgment & AIDS Education Program) 2821 Oceanside Blvd. Oceanside, CA (760) (referral only) Call for hours Coastal, Older (referral only) Spanish Requirements met PC 1000 Deferred Entry of Judgment/AIDS Education program. Provides court-ordered education and counseling services related to specific drugrelated offenses and prostitution offenses. Requires a referral from court or Probation. Justice Programs PC 1000 (referral only) MITE - East County PC 1000 (Deferred Entry of Judgment & AIDS Education Program) 1365 N. Johnson Ave. Ste. 111 El Cajon, CA (619) Ext. 121 (referral only) Call for hours East, Older (referral only) Spanish Requirements met PC 1000 Deferred Entry of Judgment/AIDS Education program. Provides court-ordered education and counseling services related to specific drugrelated offenses and prostitution offenses. Requires a referral from court or Probation. Justice Programs PC 1000 (referral only) MITE - South Bay PC 1000 (Deferred Entry of Judgment & AIDS Education Program) 1180 Third Ave. Ste. C-13 Chula Vista, CA (619) (619) (SUPERIOR COURT REFFERRAL ONLY) Call for hours South, Older (referral only) Spanish Requirements met PC 1000 Deferred Entry of Judgment/AIDS Education program. Provides court-ordered education and counseling services related to specific drugrelated offenses and prostitution offenses. Requires a referral from court or Probation. Page 7 of 92

13 Non- s Catholic Charities Inc. Rachel's Women's Center 759 Eighth Ave. San Diego, CA (619) Mon - Sun 7:00 am - 5:00 pm Homeless Women Requirements met A daytime drop-in recovery center for homeless women in downtown San Diego. Offers lunch, laundry, and shower facilities on a first-come, first-served basis. Non- s MHS - Inland Regional Recovery Center (RRC) 620 Ash St. Escondido, CA (760) Call for hours Inland, Older Spanish Requirements met Alcohol and other drug treatment and recovery services, including cooccurring disorders, PC 1000 drug diversion services, and Positive Parenting for Men in Recovery. s include outpatient, individual, family, and group counseling. Non- s MHS - Mid-Coast Regional Recovery Center (RRC) 3340 Kemper St. Ste. 105 San Diego, CA (619) Call for hours, Older Spanish Requirements met Alcohol and other drug treatment and recovery services, including cooccurring disorders, PC 1000 drug diversion services, and Positive Parenting for Men in Recovery. s include outpatient, individual, family, and group counseling. Page 8 of 92

14 Non- s MHS - Inland Teen Recovery Center (TRC) 340 Rancheros Drive Ste. 166 San Marcos, CA (760) Mon - Fri 9:00 am - 6:00 pm Inland Adolescents Requirements met An individualized nonresidential treatment service. Non- s MHS - Family Recovery Center 1100 Sportfisher Dr. Oceanside, CA (760) Mon - Thu 8:00 am - 8:00 pm Fri 8:00 am - 6:30 pm Coastal Women, Children Requirements met A six- to nine-month day treatment program serving pregnant mothers with a history of drug or alcohol abuse, mothers of newly delivered children who have tested positive for drugs. Child care available. Non- s MHS - Harmony West Women s Recovery Center 6154 Mission Gorge Rd. Ste. 120 San Diego, CA (619) Mon - Fri 8:30 am - 8:30 pm Women and Children Requirements met An outpatient treatment and recovery facility for female recovering alcoholics and drug addicts, their children, and families. Child care available. Page 9 of 92

15 Non- s MHS - East Regional Recovery Center (RRC) 6244 El Cajon Blvd. Ste. 15 San Diego, CA (619) Call for hours, Older Spanish Requirements met Alcohol and other drug treatment and recovery services, including cooccurring disorders, PC 1000 drug diversion services, and Positive Parenting for Men in Recovery. s include outpatient, individual, family, and group counseling. Non- s MITE - East Regional Recovery Center (RRC) 1365 N. Johnson Ave., Ste. 111 El Cajon, CA (619) Call for hours East, Older Spanish Requirements met Alcohol and other drug treatment and recovery services, including cooccurring disorders, PC 1000 drug diversion services, and Positive Parenting for Men in Recovery. s include outpatient, individual, family, and group counseling. Non- s MITE - South Bay Regional Recovery Center (RRC) 1180 Third Ave. Ste. C-13 Chula Vista, CA (619) Mon - Thu 9:00 am - 9:00 pm Fri 9:00 am - 5:30 pm South, Older Spanish Requirements met Alcohol and other drug treatment and recovery services, including cooccurring disorders, PC 1000 drug diversion services, and Positive Parenting for Men in Recovery. s include outpatient, individual, family, and group counseling. Page 10 of 92

16 Non- s MITE - South Bay East Teen Recovery Center (TRC) 2429 Fenton St. Bldg. 5 Chula Vista, CA (619) Call for hours South Adolescents Spanish Requirements met An individualized nonresidential treatment service. Non- s MITE - Rural Teen Recovery Center (TRC) 323 Hunter St. Ramona, CA (760) Mon - Fri 10:30 am - 7:00 pm Adolescents Requirements met An individualized nonresidential treatment service. Non- s MITE - Coastal Regional Recovery Center (RRC) 2821 Oceanside Blvd. Oceanside, CA (760) Call for hours Coastal, Older Spanish Requirements met Alcohol and other drug treatment and recovery services, including cooccurring disorders, PC 1000 drug diversion services, and Positive Parenting for Men in Recovery. s include outpatient, individual, family, and group counseling. Page 11 of 92

17 Non- s MITE - East County/Southern Teen Recovery Center (TRC) 7800 University Ave. La Mesa, CA (619) Mon - Fri 10:30 am - 7:00 pm Sat 9:00am - 1:00pm East Adolescents Requirements met Non- s MITE - East County/ern Teen Recovery Center (TRC) 550 Fesler St. Ste. G-3 El Cajon, CA (619) Mon - Fri 10:30 am - 7:00 pm Sat 9:00am - 1:00pm East Adolescent Requirements met Non- s MITE - South Bay Women's Recovery Center 2414 Hoover Ave. National City, CA (619) Mon - Thur 9:00 am - 9:00 pm Fri 9:00am -5:30pm South Women, Children Requirements met Offers a day treatment program serving pregnant women and mothers who have a history of drug or alcohol abuse. Co-op childcare is provided. Page 12 of 92

18 Non- s County Serenity House - Serenity Too and Day Treatment 130 S. Fig St. Escondido, CA (760) Mon - Fri 8:30 am - 4:30 pm Inland Adult Women and their children Requirements met A nonresidential day treatment program for alcoholic and drugdependent women. Counseling and AA and NA group meetings are included in the treatment. Child care available. Non- s Palavra Tree - Southwest Teen Recovery Center (TRC) 2878 Imperial Ave. San Diego, CA (619) Call for hours Adolescents Requirements met Provides non-residential alcohol and drug treatment and recovery services for adolescents in the central and southeast regions of the City of San Diego. Non- s Palavra Tree - South East Teen Recovery Center (TRC) 1212 South 43rd St., Ste. C San Diego, CA (619) Mon - Fri 8:30 am - 6:30 pm Adolescents Spanish Requirements met A non-residential alcohol and drug treatment and recovery services for adolescents in the central and southeast regions of the City of San Diego. Page 13 of 92

19 Non- s Phoenix House - Coastal Teen Recovery Center (TRC) 785 Grand Ave. Ste. 220 Carlsbad, CA (760) Mon - Fri 10:00 am - 9:00 pm Coastal Adolescents Requirements met A outpatient substance abuse treatment services for adolescents and their families. Offers after-school treatment, weekday sessions, and structured weekend activities. Non- s SDYS - Teen Options 3660 Fairmount Ave. San Diego, CA (619) Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 4:30 pm Pregnant and Parenting Adolescent Girls and their Children Requirements met A day treatment program for pregnant and parenting adolescent women who are using alcohol or drugs. Child care available. Non- s UPAC 3288 El Cajon Blvd. Ste. 13 San Diego, CA (619) Mon - Fri 10:00am - 6:30pm, Older Spanish, Vietnamese, Tagalog, and other API languages Requirements met Alcohol and other drug treatment and recovery services, including cooccurring disorders, targeting Asian and Pacific Islander (API) adults, refugees, immigrants and other underserved populations., individual, family, and group counseling. Page 14 of 92

20 Non- s VHF - ParentCare Family (619) Mon - Fri Recovery Center () 4125 Alpha St. Ste. G San Diego, CA Women and Children Spanish Requirements met A 6-9 month program that includes an initial diagnostic assessment, treatment planning, individual counseling, treatment planning, individual counseling, treatment sessions 3 evenings/week. Non- s VHF - ParentCare Family Recovery Center (East) 4990 Williams Ave. La Mesa, CA (619) Mon - Fri East Women and Children Spanish Requirements met A 6-9 month program that includes an initial diagnostic assessment, treatment planning, individual counseling, treatment planning, individual counseling, treatment sessions 3 evenings/week. Non- s VHF - Bridges Intensive Program 4990 Williams Ave. La Mesa, CA (619) Mon, Wed, Thu 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm East,, Older Spanish Requirements met Alcohol and other drug treatment services and other drug-induced problems, including cooccurring disorders, to Drug Medi-Cal eligible adults. s include outpatient, individual, family, and group counseling. Page 15 of 92

21 Prevention and Education s Countywide Media Advocacy Project 2615 Camino del Rio South, Suite 300 San Diego, CA (619) Mon - Fri 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Countywide All Spanish Requirements met Provides coordination, planning, technical assistance and support to alcohol and other drug prevention service providers and strategic partners regarding media advocacy efforts. Prevention and Education s East County Community Change Project Institute for Public Strategies 131 Avocado Ave. El Cajon, CA (619) Mon - Fri 9:00 am - 5:00 pm East All Requirements met Provides alcohol and other drug prevention activities designed to reduce substance abuse in communities by using community-based, environmental prevention strategies. Prevention and Education s IPS - South Bay Community Change Project 2615 Camino del Rio South San Diego, CA (619) Mon - Fri 9:00 am - 5:00 pm South All Spanish Requirements met Regional prevention services provide alcohol and other drug prevention activities designed to reduce substance abuse in communities. Page 16 of 92

22 Prevention and Education s Methamphetamine Strike Force (MSF) Prescription Drug Abuse Task Force (PDATF) 2615 Camino del Rio South Ste. 300 San Diego, CA (760) Mon - Fri 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Countywide All Spanish Requirements met Facilitates and coordinates the multisystem, multi-partner Methamphetamine Strike Force to address methamphetamine issues in San Diego County. Prevention and Education s MHS - Inland Community Prevention Program (NICPP) Oak Knoll Rd. Suite C-1 Poway, CA (858) Mon - Fri 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Inland All Requirements met Regional prevention services provide alcohol and other drug prevention activities to reduce substance in communities. Prevention and Education s Coastal Prevention Coalition Vista Community Clinic 1000 Vale Terrace Vista, CA (760) Ext. 150 Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 4:30 pm Coastal All Spanish Requirements met Regional prevention services provide alcohol and other drug prevention activities designed to reduce substance abuse in communities. Page 17 of 92

23 Prevention and Education s Prevention Evaluation Project Center for Community Research 3111 Camino Del Rio N. Ste. 400 San Diego, CA (619) Mon - Fri 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Countywide All Requirements met Prevention s Evaluation Prevention and Education s San Diego County Office of Education Friday Night Live/Club Live (High School Youth) 6401 Linda Vista Rd. San Diego, CA (619) (619) Mon - Fri 8:30 am - 8:30 pm Countywide Schools Spanish Requirements met Provides Friday Nite Live and Club Live services, alternate activities and youth leadership development in County schools to reduce youth alcohol and other drug use. Prevention and Education s SAY San Diego, Inc. Mid-City for Youth 4275 El Cajon Blvd. San Diego, CA (619) Mon - Fri 8:30 am - 5:00 pm All Spanish Requirements met Regional prevention services provide alcohol and other drug prevention activities designed to reduce substance abuse in communities. Page 18 of 92

24 Prevention and Education s SAY San Diego, Inc. City Prevention Coalition 4340 Genesee Ave. Ste. 207 San Diego, CA (858) Mon - Fri 9:00 am - 5:00 pm All Requirements met Regional prevention services provide alcohol and other drug prevention activities designed to reduce substance abuse in communities. Detoxification s Volunteers of America INTAKE ONLY th St. San Diego CA (619) /7, Older Spanish Requirements met Offers a 5-14 day residential social model detoxification program for adults who are experiencing problems with alcohol and other drugs. Program Alpha Project for the Homeless Casa Raphael 993 Postal Way Vista, CA (760) /7; Intake 8:00-5:00 Coastal, Older : Males Requirements met treatment program for men who are homeless, at risk of becoming homeless, and zero income. Page 19 of 92

25 Program CRASH Short-Term I (Men) 4161 Marlborough Ave. San Diego, CA (619) /7 Adult, Older Adult Males Spanish Requirements met A short-term residential alcohol and drug treatment program (30-90 days) for men, including group therapy, individual counseling, and peer support. Program also includes nonresidential after-care services. Program CRASH Bill Dawson Recovery Program (Men/Women) 726 "F" St., 2nd Floor San Diego, CA (619) /7, Older Requirements met A long-term residential rehabilitation program for alcohol and drug abusers (4-6 months). Provides group therapy, individual counseling, and peer support to assist residents in remaining drug free. Program CRASH Short Term II Women's Program 2410 "E" St. San Diego, CA (619) /7 Adult Women, Older Adult Women Spanish Requirements met A short-term residential alcohol and drug treatment program (30-90 days) for women, including group therapy, individual counseling, and peer support. Page 20 of 92

26 Program Crossroads Foundation 3594 Fourth Ave. San Diego, CA (619) /7 Women Requirements met For women recovering from alcoholism and/or drug addiction. Self-helporiented treatment based on the AA and NA 12-step programs. Program Freedom Ranch, San Diego, Inc. (Men) 1777 Buckman Springs Rd. Campo, CA (619) /7 East Men Requirements met A residential alcohol and drug recovery program for men. s include educational groups and AA and NA meetings and peer group interactions. Program Heartland House Twelfth Step House, Inc Streamview Dr. San Diego, CA (619) /7 Men Requirements met treatment that offers residents an opportunity to regain and maintain sobriety through close association with persons having many years of sober living. Offers 12- step meetings, alcohol and drug education, relapse prevention. Page 21 of 92

27 Program House of Metamorphosis 2970 Market St. San Diego, CA Intake (619) /7, Older Men and Women Spanish Requirements met A residential treatment for alcohol and drug abusers. Treatment includes individual, group, and family counseling; anger management; recreation therapy; psychiatric evaluations; parenting classes; substance abuse education. Program MAAC Project Nosotros 73 2nd Ave. Bldg. B Chula Vista, CA (619) /7 South Men, Latino Spanish Requirements met A culturally specific residential alcohol and drug abuse recovery program targeting Latino male substance abusers. Uses the 12- Step method. Program MAAC Project Casa de Milagros 1127 South 38th St. San Diego, CA (619) /7 Women, Latina Spanish Requirements met A culturally specific residential alcohol and drug recovery program targeting the Latina substance abuser. Uses the 12-step method of treatment. Page 22 of 92

28 Program MHS - Family Recovery Center 1100 Sportfisher Dr. Oceanside, CA (760) /7 (Office Hours 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Mon - Fri) Coastal Adult Women, including those who are pregnant or have children. Women's long term residential alcohol and other drug treatment and recovery services for women and their children. Free child care available on-site. Program MITE (619) Adolescent Group Homes Ext. 121 (Locations are confidential. Please call for more information.) 24/7 Countywide Adolescents Requirements met A residential program for up to 21 days for adolescents who are experiencing problems with alcohol and other drugs. includes group and individual treatment, educational workshop, life skills and more. Program MITE-KIVA 2049 Skyline Dr. Lemon Grove, CA (619) /7 (Office Hours 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Mon - Fri) East Adult Women, including those who are pregnant or have children. Women's long term residential alcohol and other drug treatment and recovery services for women and their children. Free child care available on-site. Page 23 of 92

29 Program County Serenity (760) House (760) (Address confidential. Call for more information.) Mon, Fri Tue, Thu 8:00 am - 9:00 pm Inland Adult Women and their children Spanish Requirements met A residential treatment facilities for women, with or without children, who have alcohol and drug dependencies. Minimum stay is 90 days. Offers individual and group counseling, as well as, AA and NA 12-step programs. Child care available. Program Pathfinders 2980 Cedar St. San Diego, CA (619) /7 Men Requirements met Provides a 33-bed residential treatment home for men who need assistance in order to recover from alcoholism. Operates as a social model recovery home and provides peer group meetings, alcohol education, and recovery planning. Holds weekly AA meetings. Program Phoenix House Academy of San Diego Sherilton Valley Rd Descanso, CA (619) /7 East Adolescents Requirements met A residential treatment program for adolescent drug and alcohol abusers. Offers a fulltime school program, recreational and fitness programs, and family and group therapy. program lasts 12 months. Page 24 of 92

30 Program Stepping Stone 3767 Ave. San Diego, CA (619) /7, Older (Gay/Lesbian emphasis) Requirements met A 30-bed co-ed residential alcohol and drug recovery program. s include individual and group counseling and AA and NA meetings. Special emphasis on services to GLBT populations. Program The Fellowship Center 737 East Grand Ave. Escondido, CA (760) /7 Inland Men Spanish Requirements met A long-term residential treatment for men with alcohol or drug problems. Also offers a day treatment program. Self-help-oriented treatment includes awareness discussions, substance abuse recovery education, recovery planning, study groups, and meetings. Program The Way Back 2516 "A" St. San Diego, CA (619) Mon - Fri 8:00 am -11:00 pm Men Requirements met A 27-bed residential facility for male alcoholics. The rehabilitation program includes AA meetings, alcohol education, referral to community resources, and individual, group, and family participation. Page 25 of 92

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