The program provides substance use disorder services primarily for San Gabriel Valley residents. Services include central intake/assessment for alcohol and drug use disorder for adolescents; comprehensive outpatient alcohol use disorder treatment and comprehensive outpatient drug use disorder treatment; a drop-in center; substance use disorder education/prevention, and twelve-step groups. There are no geographic restrictions.
The agency’s Community Prevention and Recovery Program provides centers which offer a variety of services for adults and youth age 10 and older to help them deal with chemical dependency issues and concerns. Services include outpatient alcohol and drug counseling, and specialized information and referral.
The comprehensive outpatient alcohol and drug use disorder treatment program is a six-month recovery program which includes individual counseling, education/prevention presentations on substance abuse and on family issues, and discussion of relapse and relapse triggers. The program includes participation in twelve-step groups. There are groups for adolescents and for adults. The VISTA program of outpatient counseling and education accepts referrals from court-ordered Proposition 36, the Department of Probation, the DCFS, and Employee Assistance programs.
Alcohol and drug use disorder counseling is available for individuals, families, and groups. People attend counseling weekly for 3 to 12 months; treatment needs are re-evaluated throughout the process. The agency also provides a program for people in recovery from chemical dependency. Classes are held weekly. Subjects include Phases of Recovery, Deactivation of Craving, Preparing for Stressful Situations, Assessing Your Social Life, AIDS: Issues for Recovering Addicts, and others. Sessions are one hour to one and one-half hours in length.
The agency provides alcohol and drug use disorder education/prevention through speakers for community groups, printed materials, films, trainings for staff of other agencies, and school curricula. Some materials are available for purchase. A special program, AASUL (Assistance with Alcohol and Sobriety Uniting Latinas), focuses on educating Latina/Hispanic women about alcohol abuse through bilingual media spots, printed materials, conferences and seminars. APPLICATION PROCEDURE Call for information or to apply for service. FEES/PAYMENT SOURCE Fees for service vary; they can be based on a sliding scale, call the toll free number for information.
Hours: Mon-Fri, 8:00AM-5:00PM.
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