State and Government Funded Treatment Centers in Hayward, CA

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The State of California has many state funded treatment options that are funded to provide addiction treatment for their residents. There are also medicaid accepted providers of substance abuse treatment. We have researched these along with Non Profit 501(c)(3) and County Rehab programs to provide a comprehensive list of provide at little to no cost for residents.

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Magnolia Women\'s Recovery Program

682 Briergate Way
Hayward, CA - 94544
510-487-2910
Hours: Monday-Friday, 9-5 Program is dedicated to assisting pregnant and postpartum women overcome substance abuse, and other dysfunctional behaviors that often accompany addiction. Provides: individual treatment plans psychiatric/PTSD ev..

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Cronin House & Shelter Plus Care (S+C)

2595 Depot Road
Hayward, CA - 94545
510-784-5874
Provides a 44-bed, 40-day residential recovery program for men and women experiencing problems with alcohol or other drugs. Participants explore new lifestyle choices conducive to sobriety by participating in an intensive program of group, individ..

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Full Gospel Mission Ministries | Residential Rehabilitation

27936 E 12th Street
Hayward, CA - 94544
510-537-7338
Main Office  Hours: Monday-Friday, 9-5 Programs are offered to men and women with drug, alcohol or other lifestyle problems. Offers three meals per day, lodging, spiritual education, a 12-step program and employment in church-sponsore..

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Nearby Listings

Due to the low number of listings in Hayward, we have added area listings below.

Nat'l Council on Crime and Delinquency

1970 Broadway, Suite 500
Oakland, CA - 94612
(510) 208-0500
The National Council on Crime and Delinquency, funded in 1907, is a nonprofit organization which promotes effective, humane, fair and economically sound solutions to family, community and justice problems. NCCD conducts research, promotes reform initiative. ..

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HAIGHT ASHBURY FREE CLINICS, INC.

1735 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA - 94103
(415) 746-1940
Area served: San Francisco County Fees: None Service hours: Monday-Friday, 10-6 and Friday, Noon-6:30 Additional language capacity: Chinese Filipino Japanese Spanish Intake procedure: Walk in, Monday-Thursday by appointment, Friday Service description: A community based, outpa..

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Horizon Services, Inc. (HSI) | Cherry Hill Detox

2035 Fairmont Drive
San Leandro, CA - 94578
866-866-7496
Maintains 30-50 sobering station client spaces and 25 three to five day detox bed spaces on the Fairmont Hospital Campus in San Leandro. Program is designed to serve men and women withdrawing from alcohol and other drug (AOD) use who are also experiencing co-occurring mental disorders (COD). ..

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CURA Incorporated Residential Treatment Program

4510 Peralta Blvd, Suite 1
Fremont, CA - 94536
510-713-3200
A state-licensed, long-term co-ed residential therapeutic community for the treatment of chemical dependency. Each individual requesting admission to the program is asked for a minimum commitment of one year. Applicants must be detoxed a minimum of 48 hours before entering the program. Uti..

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Allied Fellowship Service | Basin Program

1524 - 29th Avenue
Oakland, CA - 94601
510-534-5354
Services included: substance abuse treatment halfway housing outpatient, residential short-term treatment (60 months or less) residential long-term treatment (8 months to a year) Serves men and women who are disadvantaged due to a criminal justice history or are currently on parole. Assists..

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Cities in California

State Funded & Non-Profit Treatment

Free Options

There are many non-profit organizations dedicated to providing drug and alcohol treatment and support

State Supported Rehab

Millions of federal and state tax dollars are allocated to subsidizing rehab treatment for patients who cannot afford them.

Faith Based Rehab

Thousands of churches and religious organizations offer low-cost or free drug and alcohol treatment as part of their missions.