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What types of treatment are available for Opioid Use Disorders?

The treatment of opioid and most other substance use disorders consists of counseling, and, where indicated, medications. The combination of behavioral counseling with medications is called Medication-Assisted Treatment or MAT. MAT is considered the most successful treatment method for most clients addicted to opioids. Behavioral Counseling for opioid use or other substance use disorders, usually consists of  individual and/or group counseling, family counseling and education, random drug testing, and regular attendance at self-help group meetings. 

Individuals are screened and assessed carefully before entering substance abuse treatment to determine if treatment is necessary and, if so, what level of treatment the individual might need. The whole person is assessed—the individual’s physical health, mental health and living environment—to determine how much and what kind of treatment, if any, is necessary.

Depending on need, an individual can go into the following levels of care or treatment:

  • Withdrawal Management or Detoxification Services (residential or outpatient)
  • Residential Treatment Services or Rehab (residential)
  • Intensive Outpatient Treatment (9-20 hours/week)
  • Outpatient Treatment (up to 8 hours treatment/week)
  • Recovery Services or Aftercare

How long does treatment last?

The length of stay or intensity of treatment varies according to individual needs and preferences.  Generally, withdrawal management or detox lasts from five to seven days, residential treatment from 30 – 90 days, outpatient services at least 90 days and recovery services up to six months.  Individuals can transition from one level of care to another.  Withdrawal management alone is not considered treatment.

The choice of treatment is largely determined by individual preference. It is the individual, not the counselor, who determines the treatment plan, the course and length of treatment. Individuals seeking treatment no longer face harsh confrontation or demands they don’t agree with. Instead counselors join with clients to help the clients reach positive goals that they themselves choose.

How do I find a Treatment Provider?

You can use the buttons below to search for treatment providers who offer the types of treatment in which you are interested, or treatment tailored to your age group. All providers offer comprehensive assessments and treatment planning, and many collaborate with each other to provide MAT, behavioral health counseling, and recovery support.  

If you qualify for Medi-Cal, treatment services can be accessed through the Santa Barbara County Department of Behavioral Wellness Access Line: (888) 868-1649, or if you are hearing or speech impaired, call (805) 681-4263 (TTY). 

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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.

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Bridge Clinic, Santa Barbara Neighborhood Clinics

(805) 324-8336
2320 Bath St. Ste. 201
Santa Barbara, CA 93105

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The Bridge Clinic is a collaboration between partnership between Cottage Health and SBNC, designed to serve patients from Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital and community clinics who are diagnosed with substance use disorders. The Bridge Clinic provides treatment on demand for opioid and other substance use disorders with walk-in availability in a primary care setting directly across from Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital. The Bridge Clinic responds to the full range of patient needs including:

  • Substance Use Disorder Treatment
  • Psychiatric and Psychotherapeutic Treatment
  • Medical Treatment
  • Pain Management
  • Psychosocial Resources
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Coast Valley Substance Abuse Treatment Center

Santa Maria: (805) 739-1512
1414 S. Miller St., Suite 11
Santa Maria, CA  93454
Lompoc: (805) 735-7525
133 N. F. St.
Lompoc, CA  93436

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Provides outpatient substance abuse and co-occurring treatment for both adults and adolescents. Although we believe no single treatment approach is appropriate for all individuals, we will, for the most part, use a Cognitive Intervention Modality. A Cognitive model helps individuals come to grips with the problems leading to emotional distress. It will also allow clients to gain a broader perspective on their reliance on drugs for pleasure and/or relief from discomfort. The aim is to reduce the pressure and increase control. Our services also support clients receiving Medication-Assisted Treatment.

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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.

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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
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Daniel Bryant Youth and Family Treatment Center

Santa Barbara: (805) 730-7575
1111 Garden St.
Santa Barbara CA 93101
Santa Maria: (805) 925-8860 x101
526 E. Chapel St.
Santa Maria, CA 93454

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Offers outpatient treatment services for substance abuse and co-occurring mental health disorders for teens and young adults. 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.

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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.

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Good Samaritan Shelter: Casa De Familia Treatment Center

(805) 332-3647
403 W Morrison Ave.
Santa Maria, CA 93454

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Casa De Familia Treatment Center is an outpatient treatment program available to men and women in recovery with co-occurring disorders and residing on the shelter campus or in close proximity to the GSS homeless shelter. This program offers counseling in topics for building life skills and in sustaining recovery from alcohol and drug addiction. Outpatient and Intensive Treatment services offered.

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Good Samaritan Shelter: Lompoc Recovery Center

(805) 741-7853
104 S C Street Suite A
Lompoc, CA 93436

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The treatment that is offered at Lompoc Recovery Center is simple, safe, inexpensive and effective. We provide individual and group counseling sessions. Group topics include education on the physiological effects from drugs and alcohol, trauma and it’s correlation to SUD, how to develop safe coping skills, healthy parenting skills and relapse prevention to ensure ongoing sobriety. As a social model program, we encourage 12 step and/or self help groups outside of treatment as a way of maintaining long term sobriety.

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Good Samaritan Shelter: Project PREMIE

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

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Project PREMIE Outpatient Treatment is designed for women with SUD and co-occurring issues. Additionally, Project PREMIE specializes in providing services to pregnant women with the goal of delivering drug free babies. The program works hand-in-hand with the agency’s residential treatment programs to provide a supportive living environment for women unable to attain sobriety independently. Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient Treatment services for women, both perinatal and non-perinatal women, provides on-site childcare. Clients assessed as having an Opioid Use Disorder will be referred to a partnering clinic and/or Physician for MAT services.

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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.

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Good Samaritan Shelter: Recovery Point Outpatient Program

(805) 236-8185
245 Inger Dr. Suite 103 B
Santa Maria, CA 93454

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Good Samaritan’s Recovery Point is an outpatient program designed to serve substance using men and women within the Santa Maria Valley. The outpatient SUD services promote the development of coping skills so that men and women are able to preserve the gains made while in residential treatment and continue on with their recovery. Clients assessed as having an Opioid Use Disorder will be referred to a partnering clinic and/or Physician for MAT services.

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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.

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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.

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Good Samaritan Shelter: Turning Point

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

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Turning Point Outpatient Treatment is designed for women with SUD and co-occurring issues. Additionally, TP specializes in providing services to pregnant women with the goal of delivering drug free babies. The program works hand-in-hand with the agency’s residential treatment programs to provide a supportive living environment for women unable to attain sobriety independently. Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient Treatment services for women, both perinatal and non-perinatal women, provides on-site childcare. Clients assessed as having an Opioid Use Disorder will be referred to a partnering clinic and/or Physician for MAT services.

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Pinnacle Treatments Center (previously Aegis)

Santa Barbara: (805) 964-4795
4129 State Street
Santa Barbara, CA 93110
Santa Maria: (805) 922-6597
115 E. Fesler St.
Santa Maria , CA 93454

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Pinnacle Treatment Center provides evidence based treatment services for individuals seeking treatment for opiate addiction, including Medication-Assisted Treatment using Methadone, Buprenorphine (Suboxone), and Naltrexone (Vivitrol). The clinic provides confidential, person centered services in a safe and judgement free environment. Through evidence based individual and group counseling, program participants discover healthier ways to live and to be participants in the community.

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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.

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Project Recovery Adult Treatment Center

(805) 564-6057
133 E. Haley St.
Santa Barbara CA 93101

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Offers outpatient treatment services for substance abuse and co-occurring mental health disorders for adults and young adults. 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. The Perinatal Program provides intensive outpatient treatment for pregnant and parenting women with onsite childcare.

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Project Recovery Perinatal Treatment Program

(805) 564-6057
133 E. Haley St.
Santa Barbara CA 93101

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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.

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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. 

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Santa Barbara Eastside Neighborhood Clinic

(844) 594-0343
915 N. Milpas St.
Santa Barbara, CA 93103

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With clinics located in Eastside, Westside, Goleta and Isla Vista, SBNC provides medical, dental and behavioral health services, including Medication-Assisted Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder. Services include:

  • Bio-psycho-social assessments
  • Drug and alcohol counseling for adolescents and adults
  • Crisis interventions
  • Facilitating care between patient, primary care, behavioral health and the broader community.
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