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UNDERSTANDING TREATMENT OPTIONS

How to Get Substance Use Services

If you think you or a family member needs substance use services and are Medi-Cal beneficiaries or uninsured, call the toll-free Access Line at 1-888-376-6246. The Access Line will perform a screening and provide a referral to a DMC-ODS Plan provider, who will perform an assessment to determine medical necessity based on American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) criteria. Privately insured individuals should contact their insurance carrier for a list of covered providers.


WHAT ARE DMC-ODS WAIVER SERVICES?

DMC-ODS Plan services are health care services for people who have at least one Substance Use Disorder that the regular doctor cannot treat. DMC-ODS services include Outpatient Services, Intensive Outpatient Treatment, Residential Treatment, Withdrawal Management, Opioid Treatment, Medication Assisted Treatment, Recovery Services and Case Management. The American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) produces the criteria to improve access to care, assessment, patient-centered service plans and efficient outcomes-driven treatment and recovery services. For more information on DMC-ODS, please visit our website at: www.stancounty.com/bhrs/pdf/StanislausCountyFINALIP.pdf or call DMC-ODS Stanislaus County Access Line (Toll-Free 24-Hour) 1-888-376-6246

Confidentiality:
The DMC-ODS is committed to protecting your privacy. The confidentiality of alcohol and drug abuse patient records maintained by a 42 CFR Part 2 program is protected by Federal law and regulations. In general, we will not give out information about you or your treatment unless you give permission, or unless allowed or required by law.


TREATMENT OPTIONS FOR AN OPIOID USE DISORDER

OPIOID USE DISORDER TREATMENT

The Opioid Use Disorder Treatment program provides daily or several times weekly medication and counseling available to maintain stability for those with an opioid use disorder. Studies show that people with an opioid use disorder who follow detoxification with complete abstinence are very likely to relapse, or return to using the drug. While relapse is a normal step on the path to recovery, it can also be life threatening, raising the risk for a fatal overdose. An important way to support recovery from heroin or prescription opioid use disorder is to maintain abstinence from those drugs. Someone in recovery can also use medications that reduce the negative effects of withdrawal and cravings without producing the euphoria that the original drug of abuse caused.
Source: NIDA. (2018, June 8). Medications to Treat Opioid Use Disorder


WHAT IS MEDICATION ASSISTED TREATMENT?

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) provides ordering, prescribing, administering and monitoring of medications for substance use disorders.

  • Medication can safely reduce opioid craving and withdrawal, allowing the brain to balance and heal during recovery.
  • MAT decreases opioid misuse and reduces opioid-related overdoses and deaths.
  • An individualized assessment and medical plan are required.
  • MAT is not a one-size-fits-all approach.
  • MAT does not substitute one addiction for another.
  • MAT is not a substitute for counseling and behavioral therapies.

TREATMENT PROVIDERS

OPIOID USE DISORDER TREATMENT SERVICES

  • Aegis Medical Systems: (209) 527-4597
    We are the largest outpatient center in California for heroin and opioid painkiller addiction
    Fee: Private pay and Medi-Cal.
    Location: 1235 McHenry Avenue, Modesto, CA 95354
    Monday-Friday 5:30am – 6:30pm, Saturday-Sunday 7am – 11am
    www.aegistreatmentcenters.com/clinic/aegis-modesto/ 
  • Genesis Narcotic Replacement Treatment: 209-525-6146
    An outpatient medical model program combining counseling and methadone to treat individuals’ dependent on opioids. The program includes a 21-day detoxification and maintenance component. Spanish Language Capabilities.
    Fee: Private pay and Medi-Cal.
    Location: 800 Scenic Drive, Building 4, Modesto, CA 95350
    Monday – Thursday,6:30 AM - 3:00 PM. Friday, 6:30 AM - 12:30 PM.
    www.stancounty.com/bhrs/services-alcohol-drug.shtm

SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER TREATMENT SERVICES

  • Center for Human Services: (209) 526-1440
    Individual and group recovery services (outpatient). Also provides treatment services to teens.
    Fee: Based on income, private insurance, Medi-Cal.
    Location: 2000 W. Briggsmore Avenue, Suite I, Modesto, CA 95350
    Mon-Thurs 8 am – 8 pm, Fri 8 am – 5 pm
    www.centerforhumanservices.org
  • Last Resort: (209) 523-6910, 24 hours: (209) 523-6900
    Adolescent Substance Abuse Services.
    Fee: Private pay, sliding scale, Medi-Cal (Outpatient services), and some insurances.
    Location: 3125 McHenry Avenue, Modesto, CA 95350.
    Mon-Fri 8 am – 5 pm
    www.thelastresortmodesto.com
  • Nirvana Drug and Alcohol Treatment Program: (209) 579-1151
    Outpatient and day treatment services.
    Fee: Sliding scale; Private Pay, Private Insurance
    Location: 1100 Kansas Street, Suite B. Modesto, CA 95351
    Mon-Fri 8:30 .am – 4:30 pm
    Men’s Residential Services: (209) 579-1103. Location: 1028 Reno Avenue, Modesto, CA 95351
    Women’s Residential Services: (209) 579-1103, Location: 1116 Alice Street, Modesto, CA 95350
    www.nirvanatx.org
  • New Hope Recovery: (209) 527-9797
    Residential (including detoxification), day and outpatient services for adolescents and adults with alcohol and/or drug problems. Sober Living Facilities - contact program for information.
    Fee: Private pay and Insurance.
    Location: 823 E. Orangeburg Avenue, Modesto, CA 95350
    www.newhope-recovery.org
  • Redwood Family Treatment Center: (209) 284-0970
    Residential services for women.
    Fee: Private pay.
    Location: 1405 11th Street, Modesto CA 95354
  • Stanislaus Recovery Center: 209-525-7411
    The Stanislaus County Behavioral Health and Recovery Services offers over thirty years of experience in the delivery of community mental health and substance abuse services. Stanislaus Recovery Center fulfills the organization's vision to offer a variety of services at a central location in the county. Services offered at this site, include adult residential, residential withdrawal management, intensive outpatient, co-occurring treatment, outpatient drug-free, and aftercare services. SRC is an intricate piece in the continuum of care in Stanislaus County's Behavioral Health & Recovery Services.
    Fee:  Sliding Scale and Medi-Cal
    Location: 1904 Richland Avenue, Ceres, CA 95307
    www.stanislausrecoverycenter.com
  • StanWORKs Behavioral Health Services: 209-558-3575
    Assessment and treatment services for individuals with mental health, alcohol/drug abuse and/or domestic violence issues which prevent them from obtaining or holding employment.
    Fee: Community Services Agency Funded Program
    Location: Modesto Community Services Agency 251 E. Hackett Road, Modesto, CA 95358 
    Turlock Community Services Agency Location: 101 Lander Ave, Turlock CA 95380
    Eligibility: Adults registered with Welfare to Work. Clients must be referred Behavioral Health Services, by the assigned Family Service Specialist. Spanish Language Capabilities.
    www.stancounty.com/bhrs/services-adult.shtm

 Adapted from Ventura County Behavioral Health / www.venturacountyresponds.org 

 



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