Welcome to the California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs

About Treatment Works!

Do you or a friend or loved one have an alcohol and other drug abuse problem? Do you know where to find help in your community? This online directory can help you find information about treatment services available in California communities.

Some of the agencies listed specialize in alcohol recovery or drug abuse treatment. Others provide a broad range of services, which may include various community services or general mental health care. The services listed are self-reported by each agency. Please call ahead to determine which agency best suits your needs.

Inclusion in this directory is voluntary and does not constitute an endorsement by the Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs.

All material appearing in this publication is public domain and may be reproduced or copied without permission from the Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs.

The online treatment directory

The Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs (ADP) is pleased to partner with California counties, communities, and alcohol and other drug service providers to promote the achievement of lifestyles free of alcohol and other drug related problems for all communities of California. We know that treatment works. Every day in California thousands of people are enrolled in treatment and recovery programs, working to overcome their addiction. Many of them succeed; all of us benefit.

ADP is committed to ensuring that all Californians have an opportunity for a safe and healthy quality of life, including being free from alcohol and drug addiction.

This Online Directory is designed to assist individuals seeking help for alcohol and other drug-related problems by providing information about services available in California communities. This online resource is updated continuously. Tthe Treatment Works! Publication is produced in pdf that can be downloaded. This publication lists providers by county, all County Alcohol and Drug Program Administrative Offices, County Disability Access Coordinators, along with a glossary of terms. All material appearing in this publication is public domain and may be reproduced or copied without permission.

It is available to everyone--organizations working in the field of alcohol and other drugs, education, rehabilitation, mental health,health care, community services, and, most importantly, to those individuals and families whose lives are affected by substance abuse.

We believe you will find this Directory to be a useful resource. Thank you for your support and contribution to California’s healthy future.

the National Directory

The National Directory of Drug Abuse and Alcoholism Treatment and Prevention Programs is now available on the Internet at http://www.samhsa.gov.

A free hardcopy of the National Directory can be obtained by calling the National Clearing House for Alcohol and Drug Information at (800)729-6686.