Recovery Services

WHAT IS RECOVERY?

recovery men talkingCare and support services help people continue to make healthy choices. Recovery may include clinical treatment, medications, faith-based approaches, peer support, family support, self-care, and other approaches. The belief that people can overcome their substance abuse challenges is the foundation of recovery. Recovery addresses the whole person and their community and is supported by peers, friends, and family members.

RECOVERY SERVICES

Recovery services are important to a person’s recovery and wellness. The treatment community becomes a therapeutic agent through which a person is empowered and prepared to manage their health and health care. Recovery services are available once a person has completed their course of treatment, whether they are triggered, have relapsed or as a preventive measure to prevent relapse. Services may be face-to-face, by telephone, or by telehealth anyway in the community. Recovery services include individual and group counseling, recovery coaching, relapse prevention, and peer-to-peer services. Case management includes linkages to educational, vocational, family supports, community-based supports, housing, transportation, and other services.

RECOVERY SUPPORT RESOURCES

  • Alcoholics Anonymous: (209) 572-2970 Hotline for Adults
    Alcoholics Anonymous is an international fellowship of men and women who have had a drinking problem.
    Location: 1024 J Street, Modesto, CA 95354
    Mon-Fri 10 am – 2 pm
    www.aa.org
  • Alateen/Alanon: (209) 524-3907 Hotline for 12-20 year olds.
    Offering help and hope for anyone who has ever been affected by someone else's substance use.
    www.northerncaliforniaal-anon.org
  • A Dad’s Place: (209) 892-4482
    Sober living facility for men and their children up to age 16.
    Fee: Contact program.
    Location: 1707 E. Las Palmas Patterson, CA 95363
  • Narcotics Anonymous: (209) 526-1817 Hotline
    NA is a nonprofit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem.
    www.na.org
  • Redwood Family Center: (209) 550-7352
    Transitional living for women and their children 6 months to 12 years of age.
    Fee: Based on ability to pay.
    Location: 1030 California Avenue, Modesto, CA 95351
    2nd Location: (209) 521-1805 416 Corson Avenue, Modesto, CA 95350
    Mon-Fri 8 am – 5 pm
  • Victory Outreach: (209) 522-3394
    Sober living facility for men and women. Life skills program offered.
    Men: (209) 652-8912
    Women: (209) 589-6844
    Fee: No fee.
    Location: 1219 N. Carpenter Road, Modesto, CA 95358

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

 



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