Women in Recovery
ATC specializes in medication-assisted treatment for individuals addicted to prescription painkillers and other opiates. Under the guidance of our medical and clinical team, we provide individualized outpatient treatment. Patients receive individual and unlimited group counseling to address their addiction and medication to treat physical dependence. Aegis Treatment Center accepts cash pay, Medi-Cal, and many private insurances. Call now to start your recovery!
Anna’s Home in north San Luis Obispo County can house up to five women in recovery and their children. While in the program assist residents will be assisted with securing employment and housing so that they may work towards self sufficiency
Please contact Restorative Partners for more information, 805-242-1272
4251 S. Higuera Suite 102
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
793 E. Foothill Blvd.
San Luis Obispo,CA 93405
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Mental Health Intensive Outpatient Programs: for Adults and Adolescents.
At balance treatment of San Luis Obispo we are working to:
improve the lives of individuals and their families by addressing
the issues that are preventing growth.
Intensive Outpatient Programs for Adults and Adolescents.
Located at: 1551 Bishop Street, Suite 130-A
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
Bryan’s House in Paso Robles offers new beginnings to women with children by offering support, hope, and love through a clean and sober way of living. The healing that takes place emotionally, spiritually, and physically enhances the dignity and quality of life. Our purpose is to prepare women to take on the challenging role of emotionally healthy parenting.
All placements into Bryan’s House are facilitated by County Drug and Alcohol Services. For Intakes: (805) 781-4753
Sandy Wortley and Jonelle Deering
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Coast Freedom Center is an outpatient, intensive outpatient, and partial hospitalization drug and alcohol treatment program for anyone suffering with addiction. Addiction affects the entire family and CCFC is here to help families cope with the pain and struggle of substance abuse. CCFC is available for family sessions with clients enrolled in the program. We accept private pay, most PPO insurance, and scholarships are available.
6005 Capistrano Avenue, Units C and D, Atascadero
Intake and office at (805) 461-1518
Adolescent Treatment Center
The Adolescent Treatment Center helps by providing groups are held 5 days a week, 4-7 pm. We have low client to staff ratio which contributes to our compassionate and individualized approach. Evidence based curriculum is used throughout the center. ATC provides drug tests that are done with medical staff. We accept most PPO insurance.
Call 805-461-1518 for questions
K.E.Y.S. (Keeping Every Youth Sober) is a youth support class providing education in the area of substance abuse, causes, effects and consequences
Offered through Lifestyles Recovery Center this group welcomes teens ages 13 to 17.
When: Tuesdays at 4pm
Where: 715 24th Street, Suite P, Paso Robles
The tuition starts at $60.00 for up to twelve sessions. The Paso Robles Unified School District will assist with the the tuition cost for students at Flamson Middle School, Paso Robles High School, and Chalk Mountain. This is an excellent opportunity for our youth to receive professional teaching along with quality material.
Lifestyles Recovery Center is a walk-in clinic offering group sessions and individual counseling to individuals who are dealing with the problems of drug and alcohol addiction and anger management.
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Lifestyles’ mission is provide a safe environment for those seeking assistance in recovering from addictive behaviors and the need to heal from damaged emotions.
Phone: (805) 238-2290
715 24th Street, Suite P, Paso Robles
Open forum meeting for parents at any stage of recovery who want to get a grip on parenting & stay sober in the process! This group is designed to align solid parenting foundation principles and tools with 12-step principles so that parents can begin to enjoy both living sober and parenting successfully.
Dates: Saturdays, 9/9, 10/7, 11/4, 12/2
Time: 10:30am – 12pm
Dates: Thursdays, 9/21, 10/19, 11/16, 12/14
Time: 5:30pm – 7pm
Location: Build Your Nest Coaching, 6613-B Bay Laurel Place Avila Beach, CA 93424 (in Avila Village)
Facilitator: Cindy DuSair, CPC, ELI-MP, Positive Discipline Parent Educator
Contact: 805-550-5865. Groups are offered at no cost and are drop-in. Snacks and coffee/tea are provided.
Sponsored through SLCUSD Adult School and Parent Connection of San Luis Obispo County
North County Connection is a grass-roots driven family resource center, primarily staffed by dedicated volunteers, providing prevention and recovery activities for families, adults and teens. The center hosts many self-help meetings, a walk-in and telephone referral service, a recovery oriented lending library, and a safe, drug and alcohol free place for those recovering from alcohol and other drug related problems to find on-going support.
Phone: (805) 462-8600
8600 Atascadero Avenue, Atascadero
A program for pregnant and parenting women and their dependent children five and under.
POEG meets four days per week. Each day will consist of a three-hour block of time. Services provided may include individual, family, group process, play therapy, a parent support and education group, recovery education and linkages with community resources.
This program is for pregnant and parenting women (and their dependent children five and under) who have a history of drug and/or alcohol involvement. Each woman must be willing to be 100% drug and alcohol free.
Individuals interested in POEG services can call (805) 781-4753 or walk-in at any of the individual Drug & Alcohol Services centers.
3556 El Camino Real, Atascadero
Grover Beach Center
1523 Longbranch Avenue, Grover Beach
San Luis Obispo Center
2180 Johnson Avenue, San Luis Obispo
Facilitated by Jonelle Deering, CATC-I, DVGF, topics to be explored will be: relapse prevention, early recovery issues, maintaining sobriety and living life to the fullest, self talk, effective communication, setting and maintaining healthy boundaries, building self esteem, codependency, relationship issues, compromise and negotiation, conflict resolution, domestic violence, and anger management.
Group start date: TBD
Call or email to register firstname.lastname@example.org or 805-235-1369