Linea de Acceso para Servicos y Crisis, Gratuito y Disponible las 24 Horas del Dia (888) 868-1649. Para emergencias medicas, llame al 911.

Santa Maria Health Care Center, County of Santa Barbara Public Health Department

For appointments: (805) 346-7230

ADDRESS: 2115 Centerpointe Parkway, Santa Maria, CA 93454


The Santa Barbara County Public Health Department offers Medications for Addiction Treatment (MAT) to patients ages 16 and older with Substance Use Disorder (SUD) across five Health Care Centers (HCCs) with locations in Carpinteria, Lompoc, Santa Maria, and two sites in Santa Barbara. Services are offered on a sliding fee scale, and the health care centers accept Medi-Cal/CenCal. Primary Care Providers (PCP) at the 5 health care centers provide MAT treatment utilizing a Team-Based Care approach. The PCP works alongside a Registered Nurse, Medical Assistant, and Administrative Assistant, with the goal to ensure the individual has the support to maintain frequent, regular follow up with the PCP.

Substance Use Disorder Wellness and Recovery Access Point (SUD WRAP)

For appointments: (805) 681-5323

ADDRESS: Available by appointment only County-wide


SUD WRAP provides MAT (medications for addiction treatment) to individuals of all ages experiencing an Alcohol Use Disorder or Opioid Use Disorder. We are outpatient by appointment only and can provide care coordination services to link clients to any additional services that would be of benefit in their treatment.

Lompoc Valley Medical Center, Emergency Department

Patient Navigator: 805-717-6984
Emergency Department: 805-737-3333

ADDRESS: 1515 E Ocean Avenue, Lompoc CA 93436


The LVMC Emergency Department provides bridge prescriptions of Suboxone for individuals with opioid use disorders that desire recovery. Depending on the patient’s last use and severity of symptoms, patients will be either treated with a dose of Buprenorphine in the hospital or written a prescription with instructions on how to self-start from home, microdose/cross taper and avoid precipitated withdrawal. Due to the high demand of MAT services and wait times to be seen, LVMC ED providers write a two- to three-week Bridge Suboxone prescription for patients that want to start MAT.

Patients are educated on outpatient options available in the Lompoc area for continued MAT management and encouraged to make an appointment with a provider as soon as possible.

YOR Place

For appointments: (805) 260-1108

ADDRESS: 425 W. Central Ave, Lompoc, CA 93436


YOR Place provides youth-driven community outreach, drop-in services, and access to prevention, intervention, treatment, medication for addiction treatment (MAT), and recovery services for youth (ages 12-24) who are misusing opioids and/or stimulants.

Press Release: LGBTQ+ Pride Month
June 2022

June is designated as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) Pride Month to remember the 1969 Stonewall Uprising in Manhattan and celebrate this milestone for the LGBTQ+ population in America. Although memorials are held during this month for those members of the community who have been lost to hate crimes or HIV/AIDS, the spirit of Pride is celebratory. And while the last Sunday of the month was originally designated as the day of celebration, communities around the country eventually chose various days within June to celebrate which led to the variety of events, both celebratory and awareness-focused, that are now held throughout the month. Learn more at on the Library of Congress’s website.

Events: Attend Pacific Pride Festival for FREE which is hosted by Pacific Pride Foundation will be this August 27 at Chase Palm Park.

Press Release: National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week (NDAFW)
March 21-27, 2022

National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week®, or NDAFW, is an annual, week-long, health observance that inspires dialogue about the science of drug use and addiction among youth. It provides an opportunity to bring together scientists, students, educators, healthcare providers, and community partners—to help advance the science, so that we can improve the prevention and awareness of substance misuse in our own communities and nationwide. It was launched in 2010 by scientists at the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) to stimulate educational events in communities so teens can learn what science has taught us about drug use and addiction. The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism became a partner in 2016, and alcohol has been added as a topic area for the week. NIDA and NIAAA are part of the National Institutes of Health, and work with leading organizations, media outlets, and other Government agencies to spread the word about NDAFW.

AMA Releases New Report on Opioid Prescriptions and Overdose Deaths

A new report from the American Medical Association (AMA). Yet, the nation continues to see increases in overdose mainly due to illicit fentanyl, fentanyl analogs, methamphetamine and cocaine. To address this continuing epidemic, the AMA is urging policymakers to join physicians to reduce mortality and improve patient outcomes by removing barriers to evidence-based care.

Celebrate International Overdose Awareness Day August 31, 2021 – Press Release

The tragedy of overdose is far too frequent but is ultimately preventable. Overdose prevention, education and recognition play a crucial role in saving lives and we thank you for getting involved. On August 31st, International Overdose Awareness Day, the Santa Barbara Opioid Safety Coalition (SBOSC) invites the community to visit our table at the Farmer’s Market on State St. to learn how overdose affects every single one of us and how you can make a difference. Join us at our table between 3:00 – 7:00 pm to learn more.

Project Recovery Perinatal Treatment Program

For appointments: (805) 564-6057

ADDRESS: 133 E. Haley St., Santa Barbara CA 93101


The Perinatal Treatment Program offers outpatient treatment services for pregnant women and parents of both genders with substance abuse disorders, as well as childcare services for children. The primary goal is to bridge clients into the recovery community so they can lead healthy, independent lives for themselves and their children. Program components include early recovery issues; pregnancy and parenting skills; and nutrition and exercise education. Clients assessed as having an opioid use disorder who are interested in Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) will be referred to a partnering clinic or physician for further assessment. Adults can then enroll in the program to help support their recovery while receiving MAT.