Interfaith Community Services: Coastal Service Center

Interfaith Community Services, was founded in 1982 by a handful of diverse faith communities to address the needs of low-income, homeless, and underserved people in North San Diego County. Separately, these congregations were providing relief to people in need, but by creating Interfaith they were better able to collaborate to make a bigger impact on the needs of people in our community. As participation grew, Interfaith evolved into broad continuum of programs and services that provides the tools and resources people in crisis need to stabilize and rebuild their lives. These programs are organized into nine main areas: food and basic needs, shelters and housing, family and social services, employment services, children and youth programs, senior services, veterans assistance, addiction recovery, and community connections. Under these department headings are numerous programs covering a broad spectrum of support. Programs are designed to overlap so that each client receives as many services as necessary for his/her specific situation.

Interfaith Community Services: Inland Service Center

Interfaith Community Services, was founded in 1982 by a handful of diverse faith communities to address the needs of low-income, homeless, and underserved people in North San Diego County. Separately, these congregations were providing relief to people in need, but by creating Interfaith they were better able to collaborate to make a bigger impact on the needs of people in our community. As participation grew, Interfaith evolved into broad continuum of programs and services that provides the tools and resources people in crisis need to stabilize and rebuild their lives. These programs are organized into nine main areas: food and basic needs, shelters and housing, family and social services, employment services, children and youth programs, senior services, veterans assistance, addiction recovery, and community connections. Under these department headings are numerous programs covering a broad spectrum of support. Programs are designed to overlap so that each client receives as many services as necessary for his/her specific situation.

Renaissance Treatment Center, Volunteers of America

120 bed multidimensional residential treatment program designed to address the complex issues facing individuals with substance abuse addictions. Individuals seeking recovery will be assessed for treatment needs and placed in one of the following residential options: detoxification (15 days), short (30-90 days) and long term (90-180 days) The program design incorporates effective use of authority, positive role-modeling and reinforcement, problem solving and use of community resources in the delivery of services. This is a non-medical detoxification facility.

Aurora Behavioral Health Care: Adult Services Program

Aurora Behavioral Health Care provides an inpatient treatment program and a partial hospitalization day treatment program for adults with mental health issues, including those who have co-occurring substance abuse problems (dual diagnosis).

Fellowship Center

The Fellowship Center has been providing opportunities for people in the throes of addiction to regain their lives since 1963. We have time-tested methods that employ abstinence based approaches for people to learn to live free of alcohol and other drugs.

Aurora Behavioral Healthcare

Restoring health, hope and a positive future, Aurora Behavioral Healthcare San Diego is an 80-bed, private, full service behavioral health care facility, located in the Carmel Mountain Ranch area of Rancho Bernardo in northern San Diego County. The facility provides a variety of inpatient, day treatment and outpatient services for San Diego, and its surrounding county areas. Aurora San Diego is a leader in the delivery of evidence based, outcome driven care as illustrated in the development of our PRIDE Initiative: Professional Responsibility In Daily Endeavors. Aurora San Diego provides inpatient behavioral health and chemical dependency services for children, adolescents, adults, and older adults. Additionally, Aurora San Diego provides award winning specialized evidenced based treatment programs to United States active duty service members and their family members stationed throughout the world.

Third Avenue Clinic

If you are addicted to Oxycontin, oxycodone, heroin, Percocet, fentanyl or other opiates, we can help. We provide medically assisted withdrawal and detoxification services to get you stabilized so you can continue with daily life while you quit for good. Our staff is licensed and experienced with using medications such as methadone, Suboxone® or Subutex® (generically known as buprenorphine) and Vivitrol® to help you withdraw as safely and painlessly as possible.

Temecula Clinic

If you are addicted to Oxycontin, oxycodone, heroin, Percocet, fentanyl or other opiates, we can help. We provide medically assisted withdrawal and detoxification services to get you stabilized so you can continue with daily life while you quit for good. Our staff is licensed and experienced with using medications such as methadone, Suboxone® or Subutex® (generically known as buprenorphine) and Vivitrol® to help you withdraw as safely and painlessly as possible.

Fashion Valley Clinic

If you are addicted to Oxycontin, oxycodone, heroin, Percocet, fentanyl or other opiates, we can help. We provide medically assisted withdrawal and detoxification services to get you stabilized so you can continue with daily life while you quit for good. Our staff is licensed and experienced with using medications such as methadone, Suboxone® or Subutex® (generically known as buprenorphine) and Vivitrol® to help you withdraw as safely and painlessly as possible.