State and Government Funded Treatment Centers in San Francisco, 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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330 Ellis Street, First Floor
San Francisco, CA - 94102
(415) 674-6020
GLIDE MEMORIAL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH GLIDE FOUNDATION A multiservice organization offering a drop in center, free meals, substance abuse recovery programs, a free health clinic, vocational programs, supported housing and programs for families, ch..

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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 S..

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City Team Recovery Program

164 6th St
San Francisco, CA - 94103
(415) 861-8688
Our Residential Recovery Program for 17 men suffering from drug and alcohol addiction, is a 9-12 month program that offers these men the ability to escape the vice-grip of addiction through individual and group counseling, Alcoholics Anonymous meeti..

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Health Resource Center On Domestic Violence

383 Rhode Island Street
San Francisco, CA - 94103
(888) RXA-BUSE
Sponsored by the U.S. Dept. of Healt..

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Nearby Listings

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

Reach Out In Benicia

PO Box 2353
Benicia, CA - 94510
(707) 747-9286
Reach Out In Benicia Area served: Solano County (Benicia) Fees: None Service Hours: Monday-Friday, 8-5 Intake procedure: Apply by phone Service description: Provides support and recovery services to Benicia young adults (age 16-25) with substance abuse problems. Indiv..

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Horizon Services, Inc. (HSI) | Chrysalis

3837-3845 Telegraph Avenue
Oakland, CA - 94609
Horizon Services, Inc. (HSI) | Chrysalis  A drug and alcohol prevention, treatment, and recovery facility for women 18 years of age and older. Chrysalis serves women who are chronic alcohol and/or other drug dependent and may be homeless, pregnant, pregnant -IV user, IV drug user, dual di..

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Cronin House & Shelter Plus Care (S+C)

2595 Depot Road
Hayward, CA - 94545
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, individual, educational and health oriented activities as..

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Maudelle Shirek Recovery Village

471 - 34th Street
Oakland, CA - 94609
Maudelle Shirek Recovery Village Offers day treatment and residential treatment providing a total of 15 beds for substance abusing pregnant and postpartum women and their children. Day and residential treatment are 1 year social model programs. Also conducts community outreach. Target Gr..

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Solidarity Fellowship Fremont CA

34401 Blackstone Way
Fremont, CA - 94555
Solidarity Fellowship Fremont CA A residential drug and alcohol prevention, treatment, and recovery facility for men. Offers a 12-step program, anger management and relapse prevention support. Application Process Walk in, apply by mail, apply by phone, appointment necessary Fees $225..

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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.