Community Treatment Services
Alcohol and Drug Services contracts with an array of community-based service providers throughout Sacramento County. The range of services provided through these organizations include:
- Outpatient Treatment: Face-to-face individual, group, education and case management services provided for stabilization and rehabilitation of persons with substance abuse diagnosis.
- Day Rehabilitation Services: Outpatient and rehabilitation services provided for at least 3 to 6 hours/day, 3 to 4 days/week for youth or perinatal.
- Residential Services: 24-hour live-in services to assist those with a substance abuse diagnosis in recovery and support, usually a 30-day program.
- Detoxification Services: Services designed to support and assist in alcohol or drug withdrawal, usually residential for 3 to 7 days.
- Methadone/Narcotic Treatment Services: Outpatient services using methadone or LAAM directed at stabilization and rehabilitation of persons who are opiate addicted.
- Perinatal Services: Program providing substance abuse services to pregnant, postpartum or parenting women, can be residential, detox, or outpatient and aftercare.
Alcohol and Drug Services staff will help determine if an individual qualifies for services.
Cost is based on program specifications, MediCal coverage or other public insurance/resources, and the individual or family’s ability to pay. Alcohol and Drug staff will determine client's share of cost as applicable.