For appointments: Santa Barbara: (805) 730-7575
Lompoc: (805) 741-4243
Santa Maria: (805) 925-8860 x101
ADDRESSES: 1111 Garden St., Santa Barbara CA 93101
106 South C Street, Suites A-C, Lompoc, CA 93436
526 E. Chapel St., Santa Maria, CA 93454
The Daniel Bryant Youth and Family Treatment Centers, operated by the Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse (CADA) offers outpatient treatment services for substance abuse and co-occurring mental health disorders for teens and young adults. Treatment services are founded upon evidence-based curricula that give young clients the knowledge, structure, and support to evaluate the significance of their drug and alcohol use, move them to a place of abstinence, and provide support for sustained recovery. Treatment consists of group and individual counseling, family-focused treatment, random drug testing, and individual crisis counseling as needed.
The Centers offer a comprehensive assessment to help clients and their families determine the type of treatment plan that’s right for them. 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 the Center’s treatment programs to help support their recovery while receiving MAT.
Case management to help link clients and families to resources such as mental health treatment, housing, food, monetary assistance, medical care.
Services for Parents, including resources for parenting, mental health services for family members of clients, and family counseling to support the recovery process.
Recovery Services, to continue to provide support to program graduates. This may include individual meetings with their primary counselor, case management for school, medical, or mental health needs, relapse prevention support (ability to attend groups or contact counselor as needed), and continued support for family relationships.
Payments Accepted: Services are offered on a sliding-fee scale or can be billed through insurance (CenCal/Medi-Cal or private insurance, in network).