Outpatient Treatment for Adults (707) 544-3295
Outpatient treatment provides assessment, evaluation, education and counseling for adults with alcohol and other chemical dependency problems. Designed to support individuals and families in achieving a life free from mind-altering substances, Outpatient Treatment provides individual, family, and group counseling. The length of treatment is based on an individual’s needs and completion of individualized treatment goals.
Educational and therapy group settings engage peers and give emotional support, covering topics such as denial management, relapse prevention, alcohol and other drug education, anger management, stress reduction, self-destructive behaviors, coping skills, improved communication and relationship issues. Family members are encouraged to participate in treatment whenever possible. Bilingual/bicultural Spanish services available.
Hours: Monday - Thursday 9:00am - 9:00pm, Friday 9:00am-5:00pm CLOSED Saturday and Sunday
Random Urinalysis Testing is provided for youth and adults to screen for alcohol use, as well as use of other substances. Services are confidential, with a written test result available within 2-5 days of the test.
Hours: 4:00-7:00pm Monday - Friday, and as scheduled for monitored clients
DAAC offers outpatient programs and services for adolescents with alcohol and drug problems, and their parents.
Adolescence – even without alcohol and drug abuse -- is a difficult maturational passage. It is the bridge between the
dependency of childhood and adult identity. Often, it is a time of rebellion, "trying on" adult behaviors and extensive
limit testing in all areas. Many youth are unable to handle physical and emotional consequences when alcohol and
drugs are involved. Treatment for adolescents not only results in a reduction in heavy drinking and drug use, but
adolescents receiving treatment are found to have fewer thoughts of suicide, lower hostility, higher self-esteem and
they report better-than-average grades.
Outpatient Services for Youth (707) 544-3295
At the main Santa Rosa facility and a satellite site located at Ridgway High School, Outpatient Treatment provides
assessment, evaluation, education and counseling for youth (ages 12-18); parental consent is not required, although
parental involvement is encouraged. Designed to support youth and their families in achieving a life free from
substances, Outpatient Treatment provides individual, family, and group counseling, as well as case management,
life skills training, and peer support. The length of treatment is based on the youth’s needs and completion of
individualized treatment goals. Groups focus on alcohol and other drug education, relapse prevention, development
of a sober and healthy support network, and integration of recovery tools into the young person’s daily life. Family
members are encouraged to participate in treatment whenever possible, participating in collateral/family sessions and
the free weekly Family and Friends Support Group. Most youth qualify for Minor Consent Medi-Cal; therefore, there
is no cost to the youth or his/her parents.
Hours: Monday - Thursday 9:00am - 9:00pm, Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm
Adolescent Treatment Program (ATP/ATEP) (707) 544-3295
The Adolescent Treatment Program provides weekly youth outpatient treatment at various sites in the outlying areas
of Sonoma County including the mainstream and alternative/community schools of the following districts: Cloverdale, Windsor,
Healdsburg, Sonoma Valley, West County (Forestville), Cotati-Rohnert Park, Petaluma and at YouthBuild Santa Rosa (in partnership with John
Muir Charter School and Community Action Partnership Sonoma County. Services at Santa Rosa Junior College
for young adults ages 16-25 years due to begin as of January 18, 2011. ATP also includes a parent component whereby parents can engage
in a weekly support group, participate in individual or family counseling sessions, or receive consultation by phone with
regard to their child and his/her substance use issues. Services are offered at no cost to the teen or his/her family members.
Alternatives to Detention (A2D) (707) 544-3295 or (707) 477-4097
Supported by Sonoma County Juvenile Probation, Alternatives to Detention serves youth ages 14-17 years of age who
are currently in, or at risk of being referred from, County Juvenile Probation. Youth are engaged in both group and
individual counseling services, which are client-specific. The 30-day program provides for 2-hour interactive group
sessions (Monday through Friday at CHOPS Teen Club/Santa Rosa or Monday through Thursday at San Antonio High
School/Petaluma) focused on issues of basic knowledge about drugs, abuse and addiction; criminal conduct and the
influence of alcohol and other drugs; learning communication skills; relapse prevention, including identification of
triggers and high-risk situations and managing cravings and urgings; coping and avoidance skills; assertive skills development;
strategies to enhance self-control, recognize triggers and learn coping skills to avoid high-risk situations and the desire
to use; understanding values and moral development; understanding and practicing empathy; selecting a support system
and/or peer group and conflict management. Services are offered at no cost to the teen or his/her family members.
Youth at the CHOPS Teen Club location in Santa Rosa are also given a one-year pass to CHOPS, with access to the facilities
and programs of the club.
Drug Court (707) 566-0170, press 1
Drug Court is a collaborative effort of the Sonoma County Department of Health Services, Sonoma County Courts and DAAC. The program serves adult clients charged with non-violent misdemeanors or felonies related to drug abuse. Drug Court is a 9-12 month program that includes intensive counseling, drug testing, participation in self-help programs, daily monitoring and regular appearances before the Drug Court judge. Individuals interested in treatment through Drug Court can inquire their attorney for more information, or call the above listed number.
Hours: Monday - Thursday 9:00am - 8:00pm
DUI Court (707) 544-3295
DUI Court is also a collaborative effort of the Sonoma Departments of Health Services and Probation, Sonoma County Courts, and two treatment providers, including DAAC. The DUI Court treatment program is a court-supervised, comprehensive treatment program for non-violent adult offenders, who have one or more prior convictions of a DUI. The Deputy Public Defender or your attorney are available to discuss options involving DUI Court. Treatment includes alcohol/drug testing, individual and group counseling, regular attendance at self-help meetings (such as AA or Wellbriety) and regular court appearances. In general, the program length is one year; ongoing aftercare services are available to all graduates.
Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9:00am-5:00pm and Tuesday & Thursday 12:30-8:30pm
For PREGNANT AND PARENTING WOMEN
Perinatal Intensive Day Treatment Program(707) 566-0170, press 2
The First Steps Perinatal Program offers intensive outpatient services for pregnant and parenting women who have alcohol or other drug problems. A safe and nurturing environment supports a woman’s recovery with individual and group counseling sessions. Transportation is provided to and from treatment with co-op childcare, a nutritious snack and sessions covering topics centered around pregnancy and parenting and also include denial management, relapse prevention, coping skills, nutritional education, life skills, and developmental screening for participating children. Clients attend sessions daily Monday – Friday for an average length of 9-12 months.
Hours: Monday - Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm
HOPE HEALTH HEALING
It is BIOGENETIC
It is a PRIMARY Illness
- You don't choose to acquire it.
- A family history of drug/alcohol problems puts you at greater risk.
It is a CHRONIC Illness
- If you have chemical dependency, it's not a symptom of some other problem.
- If you have chemical dependency and other problems, your chemical dependency will interfere with treatment for other problems unless the chemical dependency is also treated.
It is a PROGRESSIVE Illness
- It won't go away because you ignore it, don't like it or don't want to believe you have it.
- It's not "just a phase".
If left Untreated, Addiction can be FATAL
- Without treatment it will eventually get worse.
- It usually gets worse more quickly for women and young people.
- Drinking and driving
- Overdose/alcohol poisoning
- Organ Failure