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Good Samaritan Shelter: Another Road Detox

(805) 736-0357 ext. 207
113 S M Street
Lompoc, CA 93436

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Another Road Detox is a 6 bed facility with Detoxification (Withdrawal Management) and Residential Treatment services.The program provides 24 hour supervision with a homelike environment to residents who are struggling with substance abuse issues. The goal is to obtain sobriety, develop coping skills in order to maintain ongoing recovery and help integrate back into the community. MAT services are allowed for clients in WM and Residential Treatment. Clients assessed as having an Opioid Use Disorder will be referred to a partnering clinic and/or Physician for MAT services.

Good Samaritan Shelter: Recovery Way Home

(805) 736-0357 ext. 201
608 West Ocean Ave.
Lompoc, CA 93436

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Recovery Way Home is a 16 bed facility that provides Residential Treatment services with a warm “home” environment. Women staying at these programs receive extra support from experienced staff and peers. Residential Treatment services for Women, perinatal and non-perinatal with on-site childcare and Case Management services. Clients assessed as having an Opioid Use Disorder will be referred to a partnering clinic and/or Physician for MAT services.

Good Samaritan Shelter: Transitional Center for Women & Children

(805) 925-0315
412 East Tunnell St.
Santa Maria, CA 93458

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The Transitional Center for Women & Children is a 20 bed facility that provides Residential Treatment services with a warm “home” environment. Women staying at these programs receive extra support from experienced staff and peers. Residential Treatment services for Women, perinatal and non-perinatal with on-site childcare and Case Management services. Clients residing in our perinatal residential programs may reside there with their children up to age 5 years of age. Clients assessed as having an Opioid Use Disorder will be referred to a partnering clinic and/or Physician for MAT services.

Good Samaritan Shelter: Recovery Point Acute Care

(805) 347-3338 ext.102
401B W Morrison Ave.
Santa Maria, CA 93458

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Recovery Point Acute Care is a 12-bed facility with Detoxification (Withdrawal Management) and Residential Treatment services.The program provides 24 hour supervision with a homelike environment to residents who are struggling with substance abuse issues. The goal is to obtain sobriety, develop coping skills in order to maintain ongoing recovery and help integrate back into the community. MAT services are allowed for clients in WM and Residential Treatment. Clients assessed as having an Opioid Use Disorder will be referred to a partnering clinic and/or Physician for MAT services.

Santa Barbara Hospitality House

(888) 868-1649
423 Chapala St.
Santa Barbara, CA 93101

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The Residential Treatment and Withdrawal Management program at Santa Barbara Hospitality House is a program of the Salvation Army. Hospitality House provides Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) treatment programs to assist adult (age 18 and over) men and women with a substance abuse disorder diagnosis to obtain and maintain sobriety. Treatment services include a combination of best and evidence-based practices. The program accepts clients who are undergoing Medication-Assisted Treatment.

Cottage Health Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine

(805) 569-8339
400 W. Pueblo St.
Santa Barbara, CA 93105

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Cottage Health provides voluntary treatment of acute psychiatric crises, mental health counseling, and the most up-to-date, effective, and dignified treatment of alcoholism and drug addiction. Our pioneering psychiatry and alcohol and drug dependency programs have been dedicated to the most effective and dignified treatment of mental health, alcohol and drug dependency, and co-occurring disorders since 1975.

Sanctuary Centers

(805) 569-2785
1136 De La Vina St.
Santa Barbara, CA 93101

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Sanctuary Centers provides comprehensive treatment programming to individuals diagnosed with a substance use disorder and a mental illness. Please Note: Sanctuary Centers is not a detox, drug rehabilitation facility, or a sober living home. At Sanctuary Centers, we treat substance abuse disorders only as they co-occur with a mental illness. We focus on treating addiction and substance abuse disorders at Sanctuary Centers by developing client treatment plans around mental health issues, with an eye toward relapse prevention by helping clients develop skills to manage cravings, triggers and other symptoms unique to individuals diagnosed with co-occurring disorders. 

Cottage Hospital Residential Center

(805) 569-8339
316 W Montecito St.
Santa Barbara, CA 93101

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With 24 resident beds, the Cottage Hospital Residential Center offers a reasonable cost alternative to a hospital setting. The program provides medically supervised care and is open to men and women 18 years and older.

  • Over 40 years of experience in addiction treatment
  • Physicians experienced in addiction medicine available
  • Reasonable cost, insurance accepted
  • Family support and education

Adult Behavioral Health Clinic Santa Barbara County Department of Behavioral Wellness

(805) 681-5190
4444 Calle Real
Santa Barbara, CA 93110

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This clinic serves adults who are Medi-Cal beneficiaries with severe mental illness and/or substance use disorders, as well as individuals experiencing mental health crises.

The Santa Barbara County Alcohol & Drug Program also contracts with local community-based organizations to provide alcohol and drug prevention, treatment, and recovery services to the community. If you think you or someone you know might have an alcohol or drug problem, you may contact the 24-hour toll-free Access Line (888) 868-1649 for assistance in locating a service provider in your area.

Project Recovery Adult Residential Treatment Services

(805) 963-1836
Located in a residential setting in downtown Santa Barbara

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A 12-bed, homelike treatment facility for men and women. The program provides 24-hour supervised withdrawal from drugs and alcohol, followed by residential treatment for up to 90 days. 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. They can then enroll in ARTs to help support their recovery while receiving MAT or while withdrawing from other substances.