Adult Treatment Programs
Provides a comprehensive treatment approach that includes substance use disorder treatment services with a variety of mental health interventions including; individual and group therapy, rehabilitation services, case management services, and peer
Is our residential detoxification program that utilizes a 12-Step recovery approach.. Withdrawal management clients are closely monitored during the most difficult period of withdrawal. After the first 24—72-hour period, the client will receive counseling and be provided options for continued treatment in one of our outpatient programs.
Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOT) - Provides group-based, intensive and individualized treatment consisting primarily of counseling and education about substance use and related problems, including co-occurring mental health disorders. In addition to IOT, involvement in 12-step & other outside support groups are encouraged. Peer activities, including 12 step support and peer discussions, are part of a typical day. IOT may appropriately be used to transition persons from higher levels or lower levels of care.
Outpatient - Services include individualized treatment that primarily consists of group and individual counseling. Outpatient services are most appropriate for those with a moderate substance use disorder, for those stepping down from a higher level of care, or those in need of engagement services. * Groups available in Spanish.
Aftercare -Following completion of treatment, clients are strongly encouraged to continue their journey in recovery by participating in aftercare. Aftercare is a voluntary and free service provided to any person, 18 years and older, residing in Stanislaus County who has completed substance use disorder treatment and who is not enrolled in any other SUD treatment. Aftercare groups meet one time per week for a minimum of one hour. (Specialty programs may require attendance in Aftercare at no charge.)
Drop-In Center -SRC has a volunteer operated drop-in center for applicants and clients that is open Monday through Friday 8 am—5 pm.
Coffee is served; community resources are available; a computer is available for job search or resume writing; two days per week a family service specialist assists with Medi-Cal applications; books and movies are available, as well as a variety of activities and peer support.
Volunteer Opportunities - We have a variety of volunteer opportunities that include but are not limited to: driving, administrative assistance, peer mentor and peer group facilitation, operating the drop-in center and co-leading treatment groups and individual sessions. The level of volunteerism is based on desire, education, experience, certification and the passing of the county background check process.