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Substance Abuse

Substance abuse is a challenge that impacts all segments of a community. The key to prevention and treatment is a healthcare delivery system that offers quality and integration of services. The California Area offers support for both youth and adults who struggle with substance abuse

Youth

YRTC Network 
Group Homes
Residential Programs
Federal Youth Regional Treatment Centers

Adult

Residential Programs

Treatment Resources

Outpatient Substance Abuse Programs

Access to American Indian Recovery (AAIR) program Exit Disclaimer – You Are Leaving www.ihs.gov- AAIR is a statewide substance abuse treatment and juvenile recovery support program administered by the California Rural Indian Health Board, Inc.

California Access to Recovery Effort (CARE) program Exit Disclaimer – You Are Leaving www.ihs.gov– CARE is a pilot program in Sacramento and Los Angeles Counties targeted at youth 12 through 20 years of age who want help with overcoming drug/alcohol abuse. New funding has expanded CARE services to the counties of Butte, Shasta and Tehama, and target methamphetamine-using youth.

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