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Alcoholics Anonymous
AA provides free meetings For times and locations visit their website:
http://www.aasacramento.org/index.htm  Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) 24-hour hotlines: Sacramento (916) 454-1100.


Al-Anon
This group is for friends or family members of someone who struggles with alcoholism. Please visit their website for meeting times and locations. http://www.ncwsa.org


Narcotics Anonymous
Narcotics Anonymous Sacramento 24 hour hotline: (800) 600-4673
http://sacramentona.org/


New Dawn Chemical Dependency Recovery Center
New Dawn’s chemical dependency programs are dedicated to helping individuals and their families find independence from chemical and/or alcohol dependency. They have specific programs dedicated to teens and adults with facilities located in areas around Sacramento including Auburn, Sacramento, and Rancho Cordova. They offer a free intake/assessment.  For more information, please call their toll-free number (866) 969-4300 or visit their website:
http://www.newdawnrecovery.com/chemical-dependency/


Strategies for Change
Offers individual and family treatment of substance abuse including day treatment, intensive outpatient, outpatient, and youth substance abuse programs. Most insurance plans and Medi-Cal accepted. Private pay options also available. Two locations in Sacramento.
For more information, please call: (916) 473-5764-North Sacramento or (916) 395-3552-South or visit their website:
http://strategies4change.org/pages/about.html


 

Placer County Adult System of Care
Offers free initial assessment. Group and individual sessions fees provided on a sliding scale. Residential treatment and follow-up care also available. Clients must attend a screening clinic prior to receiving services. For more information visit their online brochure: http://www.placer.ca.gov/Departments/hhs/~/media/hhs/hhs%20%20%20adult%20system%20of%20care/AODBrochure%203%2010.ashx



Sacramento County Alcohol and Drug Services
Division of Sacramento County Health and Human Services. Offers prevention, treatment and recovery services for alcohol and drug abuse. Clients must attend a preliminary assessment prior to receiving services.  For more information visit: http://www.dhhs.saccounty.net/BHS/Pages/Alcohol-Drug-Services/Alcohol-and-Drug-Services.aspx

Solano County Substance Abuse Services
Provides services to teen and adult residents of Solano County regardless of income or insurance status.  For more information call (707) 784-2220 or visit their website at: http://www.co.solano.ca.us/depts/hss/sas/default.asp


Yolo County Alcohol and Other Drug Services
Offers court mandated treatment services in addition to services for pregnant and parenting women and a six month chemical dependency program.  For more information visit: http://www.yolocounty.org/index.aspx?page=989

 

 

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