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Adult Substance Use Disorder Residential Programs

Residential treatment is available for adults requiring an intense alcohol and drug treatment experience in order for them to begin and maintain sobriety. Residential treatment generally includes substance abuse assessment, around the clock observation, individual and group substance abuse counseling, 12-step groups, mental health assessment and treatment, life-skills training, vocational assessment and training, and recreational activities. Those run by an Indian health program or tribe generally also include a cultural and traditional healing component. Treatment frequently last from two to six months, with some programs having an on-site transitional living component which can last an additional six months.

There are four IHS-funded residential programs in California.

Adult Programs

Friendship House Association of American Indians (San Francisco)
56 Julian Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94103
(415) 865-0964
Director: Ms. Helen Waukazoo

Native Directions, Inc. (Manteca)
13505 North Union Road
Manteca, CA 95336
(209) 858-2421
Director: Ms. Ramona Valadez

Sierra Tribal Consortium (Fresno)
610 West McKinley Avenue
Fresno, CA 93728
(559) 445-2691
Director: Ms. Yolanda Herrera

Tule River Alcohol Program (Porterville)
340 N. Reservation Road
P.O. Box 589
Porterville, CA 93257
(559) 781-8797
Director: Mr. Eddie Martinez