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1 COUNTY CONTRACTED ALCOHOL AND DRUG TREATMENT PROVIDERS Programs in bold receive County funding to make beds/slots available for those residents who require funding assistance. Sites are based on school campuses * Drug Medi-Cal Programs Detoxification (Residential) Comprehensive Addiction Program 2445 W. Whites Bridge Road, Fresno, CA (559) Men and Women age 18 or over and a Fresno County resident. Services include bedroom and bath facilities, nutritious meals and snacks, basic personal necessities, 24-hour supervision, withdrawal support, peer group counseling, addiction education, and mental health assessments where indicated. Women s Residential Perinatal Services Spirit of Woman, Inc. 327 W. Belmont Ave., Fresno, CA (559) Women who are pregnant and/or who are parenting with child(ren) ages birth through 14 years. Services include food and shelter, substance abuse classes, mental health counseling, parenting classes, transitional housing, and vocational readiness. 1 Revised 12/4/2014

2 WestCare California, Inc S. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Fresno, CA (559) Women who are pregnant and/or who are parenting with child(ren) ages birth through 5 years. Services include substance abuse treatment; individual, group, and family counseling; coping skills training that includes anger management, domestic violence prevention, mental health assessment/treatment, life skills, and stress management; and transportation to doctor s appointments. Women s Residential Services WestCare California, Inc S. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Fresno, CA (559) Women age 18 or over and a Fresno County resident. Services include individual and group counseling, vocational skills development activities, alcohol and drug education classes, relapse prevention classes, family support services, and mental health assessment and counseling. Men s Residential Services Fresno County Hispanic Commission - Nuestra Casa Recovery Home 1414 W. Kearney Blvd., Fresno, CA (559) Program is conducted entirely in Spanish. Men, age 18 or over and a Fresno County resident. Services include individual and group treatment counseling, substance abuse education, stress management, relapse prevention education, and family therapy groups. 2 Revised 12/4/2014

3 WestCare California, Inc S. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Fresno, CA (559) Men age 18 or over and a Fresno County resident. Services include individual and group counseling, vocational skills development activities, alcohol and drug education classes, relapse prevention classes, family support services, and mental health assessment and counseling. Adult Non-Residential Services (Outpatient) *Antioch Substance Abuse Programs 3838 N. West Avenue, Fresno, CA (559) Men and women 18 years of age and over. *Central California Recovery, Inc W. Shaw Ave. #122, Fresno, CA (559) (559) Men and women 18 years of age and over. Levels of care include help transitioning from residential or partial hospitalization programs, for clients who have employment, family, or school commitments, or who have stabilized in their recovery practices and are seeking ongoing support. 3 Revised 12/4/2014

4 *Delta Care Inc N. Sonora Ave., Fresno, CA (559) Men and women 18 years of age and over. *Fresno County Hispanic Commission 1803 Broadway St., Fresno, CA (559) Men and women 18 years of age and over. Services include individual and group treatment sessions, exit planning, and referrals. *Fresno New Connections, Inc N. Cedar Avenue #108, Fresno, CA (559) Men and women 18 years of age and over. Adult Non-Residential Services continued on next page 4 Revised 12/4/2014

5 *King of Kings Community Center (559) Perinatal Services Program 2302 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Fresno, CA Women, pregnant and post-partum. Outpatient Drug-Free 2302 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Fresno, CA Men and women 18 years of age and over. Services include individual and group treatment sessions, alcohol and drug education, crisis intervention, referrals, and outside self-help support group sessions. *Kings View Corporation 1822 Jensen Avenue #102, Sanger, CA (559) Men and women 18 years of age and over. *Mental Health Systems, Inc N. Millbrook Ave., Fresno, CA (559) Men and women 18 years of age and over. Services include substance abuse treatment and education. Adult Non-Residential Services continued on next page 5 Revised 12/4/2014

6 *Pathways to Recovery 515 S. Cedar Ave., Fresno, CA (559) Substance Abuse Track Women 18 years of age and over. Specialized services for women who are pregnant and/or who are parenting with child(ren) ages birth through 5 years. Mental Health/Co-Occurring Tracks Men and women 18 years of age and over. Mental health services for CalWORKs clients include treatment and employment-oriented services that address barriers to employment, vocational training, or educational goals. Cooccurring program offers intensive treatment for clients with co-occurring mental health and substance abuse challenges. Referrals to Co-Occurring are accepted from Substance Abuse and Mental Health Tracks. *Promesa Behavioral Health 2910 & 2920 E. Olive Ave., Fresno, CA (559) Men and women 18 years of age and over. Services include group treatment, crisis management, and referrals. Turning Point of Central California (non-drug Medi-Cal) 3636 N. First St. Suites 135 & 154, Fresno, CA (559) Men and women 18 years of age and over. 6 Revised 12/4/2014

7 *WestCare California, Inc. 611 E. Belmont Ave., Fresno, CA (559) Men and women 18 years of age and over. Services include individual and group counseling, educational and vocational rehabilitation assistance, alcohol and drug education classes, relapse prevention classes, family support services, and introduction to community-based support services and self-help meetings. Sober Living King of Kings Community Center 557 C Street, Fresno, CA (559) Adult male residents who are concurrently enrolled in a Fresno County contracted Outpatient- Alcohol and Drug Treatment Program. Turning Point of Central California 1642 L Street, Fresno, CA (559) Transitional housing program for homeless adults. Services include substance abuse relapse prevention, mental health services, medication monitoring, daily living skills training, and case management. Sober Living continued on next page 7 Revised 12/4/2014

8 WestCare California, Inc. (559) Men s Sober Living Environment 1388 & 1398 E. Bulldog Ln., Fresno, CA Women s Sober Living Environment 4605 E. Liberty Ave., Fresno, CA Adult male and female residents who are concurrently enrolled in a Fresno County contracted Outpatient- Alcohol and Drug Treatment Program. Services include offsite individualized, group and family, rehabilitative, educational, vocational, recreational, and case management activities. Sober Living residents participate in outpatient services and/or self-help programs while in residence. Permanent Housing Turning Point Family Villa 2130 N. Marks Ave., #112, Fresno, CA (559) Permanent supportive housing program for homeless families with a parent or parents who have a substance use or co-occurring disorder. Services include transportation assistance, referrals to mainstream resources, life skills classes, and case management. 8 Revised 12/4/2014

9 Adult Methadone Outpatient Services *Addiction Research & Treatment 3103 E. Cartwright Ave., Fresno, CA (559) E Street, Fresno, CA (559) N. Van Ness Ave., Fresno, CA (559) Men and women 18 years of age and over. Services include 21 to 180 day detox and maintenance programs. Daily supervised medication, monthly urinalysis, and counseling. *Aegis Treatment Centers, LLC 3707 E. Shields Ave., Fresno, CA (559) Men and women 18 years of age and over. Medication-assisted treatment for those who are dependent on or addicted to opiates. *MedMark Treatment Centers 1310 M. Street, Fresno, CA (559) Men and women 18 years of age and over. Provides comprehensive treatment services to individuals struggling with addiction to opiates. 9 Revised 12/4/2014

10 Drinking Driver Programs A & J Social Services Community Center 855 W. Ashlan Ave. Ste. 101, Clovis, CA (559) G Street, Reedley, CA (559) S. Madera Ave., Kerman, CA (559) N. M c Call Ave. Ste. 109, Selma, CA (559) Driving under the influence (DUI) programs for people who have committed a driving offense. Each site offers 6-week, 3-month, 6-month, 9-month, and 18-month DUI classes. Fresno County Hispanic Commission 1803 Broadway St., Fresno, CA (559) Jensen Ave. # 106, Sanger, CA (559) E. Coalinga Plaza, Coalinga, CA (559) th Street, Firebaugh, CA (559) Driving under the influence (DUI) programs are for people who have committed a driving offense. 10 Revised 12/4/2014

11 Kings View Corporation 4111 N. Golden State Blvd., Fresno, CA (559) Tollhouse Ste. G, Clovis, CA (559) Driving under the influence (DUI) programs are for people who have committed a driving offense. PC 1000 Programs A & J Social Services 855 W. Ashlan Ave. Ste. 101, Clovis, CA (559) G Street, Reedley, CA (559) S. Madera Ave., Kerman, CA (559) N. M c Call Ave. Ste. 109, Selma, CA (559) Pre-plea 6-month diversionary program; Court referral required. Kings View Corporation 4111 N. Golden State Blvd., Fresno, CA (559) Pre-plea diversionary program; Court referral required. 11 Revised 12/4/2014

12 Adolescent Non-Residential Services (Outpatient) *Antioch Substance Abuse Programs 3838 N. West Ave., Fresno, CA (559) *Central California Recovery, Inc W. Shaw Ave. #122, Fresno, CA (559) (559) *Delta Care, Inc N. Sonora Ave. Ste 113, Fresno, CA (559) Adolescent Non-Residential Services continued on next page 12 Revised 12/4/2014

13 *Eminence Healthcare, Inc N. First St. Ste. 101, Fresno, CA (559) *Selma High School 3125 Wright Street, Selma, CA *Parlier High School rd Street, Parlier Ave., CA *Coalinga High School 750 Van Ness Street, Coalinga, CA *Reedley High School 740 West North Avenue, Reedley, CA *Orange Cove High School 1700 Anchor Ave.,Orange Cove, CA *Abraham Lincoln Middle School 1239 E Nelson Boulevard, Selma, CA (satellite) *Coalinga Middle School 265 Cambridge, Coalinga, CA (satellite) *Heartland Alternative Education Center 2269 Sylvia Street, Selma, CA (satellite) *Huron Middle School th Street, Huron, CA (satellite) *Parlier Junior High School 1201 E. Parlier Ave., Parlier, CA (satellite) *Sandy Bluff Alternative Education Center Lodge Road, Tollhouse, CA (satellite) *San Joaquin Valley High School 900 Newmark Avenue, Parlier, CA (satellite) *Sierra High School Lodge Road, Tollhouse, CA (satellite) *Kings Canyon High School S. Crawford Ave, Dinuba, CA (satellite) *Fresno New Connections 4411 N. Cedar Ave., Fresno, CA (559) *Generational Changes Inc Merced Street #106, Fresno, CA (559) ; (559) for emergencies Adolescents age 12 to 17; young adults age 18 to 21. *W.E.B. Dubois Public Charter School 1313 P Street, Fresno CA (satellite) *Carter G. Woodson Public Charter School 3333 N. Bond Ave., Fresno CA (satellite) Provides therapeutic counseling and treatment services, specializing in dual diagnosis including mental health conditions and chemical dependency issues. 13 Revised 12/4/2014

14 *Mental Health Systems 3122 N. Millbrook Ave., Fresno, CA (559) Adolescents age 14 to 17; young adults 18 to 21. *Panacea Services, Inc N. Millbrook Ave. Ste. D, Fresno, CA (559) *4928 E. Clinton #108, Fresno, CA (satellite) *Prodigy Healthcare Inc. 311 E. Merced St., Fowler, CA (559) *Fowler High School E. Main Street, Fowler, CA *Firebaugh High School Morris Kyle Drive, Firebaugh, CA *311 E. Merced St., Fowler, CA (satellite) *El Puente Continuation School Saipan Ave. Firebaugh, CA (satellite) *Fowler Academy E. Adams Ave., Fowler CA (satellite) *Firebaugh Middle School th Street, Firebaugh, CA (satellite) *John Sutter Middle School E. Walter Ave., Fowler, CA (satellite) 14 Revised 12/4/2014

15 *Promesa Behavioral Health, Inc N. Palm Ave., Fresno, CA (559) (Olive Ave. main office) (559) Adolescents age 12 to 17; young adults 18 to 24. *2910 & 2920 E. Olive Ave., Fresno CA *741½ Tulare St., Parlier, CA (satellite) *Mendota Junior High School E. Belmont Ave., Mendota, CA (satellite) *Mendota Alternative Education Smoot Ave., Mendota CA (satellite) *Mendota High School E. Belmont Ave., Mendota, CA (satellite) *Tranquillity High School Jaunche Ave., Tranquillity, CA (satellite) *Westside Elementary School Excelsior Avenue Five Points CA (satellite) *WestCare California, Inc. 611 E. Belmont, Ave., Fresno, CA (559) *Gateway High School Herndon Ave., Clovis CA (satellite) *Pathway Community Day School L. Street, Sanger CA (satellite) *McLane High School N. Cedar, Fresno, CA (satellite) 15 Revised 12/4/2014

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