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.

To Qualify

​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.

Contact Information

7001-A East Parkway, Suite 500
(916) 875-2050
Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

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