Substance Use Disorder Services

CommuniCare Health Centers offers Outpatient Substance Use Disorder Services in Woodland and West Sacramento. Services are available to Adults and Adolescents and CommuniCare offers specialized outpatient services for Dually Diagnosed Adults, Pregnant and/or Parenting Mothers as well as individuals who need medication assistance in stopping Opiate and Alcohol use. Walk-in screenings are provided on Mondays or Thursdays in West Sacramento and Woodland from 10:00am -12pm. Walk-in or call (916) 403-2970. Priority for screenings is given to pregnant women.

PNDT is an outpatient program for women and children. PNDT includes individual and group therapy along with parenting, relationships, trauma-recovery, and relapse prevention. A variety of evidenced-based and cognitive behavioral curriculum are offered. No-cost transportation to and from treatment is provided for women and children attending PNDT. No-cost child care is also offered in the Child Development Program (CDP) for children 0-5 whose mothers attend PNDT.

OSARP serves men and women ages 18 and over who need assistance in beginning a clean and sober lifestyle. Using evidence-based models, OSARP is a four-phase program of individual and group treatment modalities providing participants with a structured environment for treatment for substance use disorders. Services include an in-depth assessment, drug education, relapse prevention and other health related information.

P2R is a recovery program for adults who are experiencing a range of mental health issues that complicate and contribute to drug use. Clients experiencing clinically significant symptoms of depression, anxiety, or a variety of other disorders can benefit from treatment that acknowledges the interaction between these issues and drug and alcohol use. The program integrates a variety evidence-based curriculum.

SAE is offered in both English and Spanish and focuses on providing education about frequently abused substances, including impacts on health and mental health, as well as information about substance use disorders. This program meets the PC1000 requirements.

CBI-SA teaches youth strategies for avoiding substance abuse and emphasizes skill building activities for promoting cognitive, social, emotional and coping skills development.

Medications (Vivitrol and Suboxone) are offered for treatment of opioid dependence for our medical patients and are prescribed as part of a comprehensive Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) plan that includes counseling and participation in social support programs. Clients enrolled in MAT must attend individualized counseling services and outpatient programming.

Walk-in screenings are provided on Mondays or Thursdays in West Sacramento and Woodland from 10:00am -12pm. Walk-in or call (916) 403-2970. Priority for screenings is given to pregnant women.