Inpatient Rehab and Detox in Vallejo, California

Vallejo Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources

Vallejo is a waterfront port city in the San Pablo Bay area that’s a suburb of San Francisco. Residents here enjoy the benefits of seaside recreation and a quieter, suburban life, while still being an hour’s ferry ride from all the museums, sporting events, universities and further amusements on the other side of the bay.

Unfortunately, the city has a troubling drug and alcohol misuse problem. The seaside suburb didn’t escape the opioid crisis that’s been sweeping through the nation for the past decade. And opioids aren’t the area’s only problem. Between 2.5 and 5.5 percent of job applicants in Solano County tested positive for a variety of illegal substances, including methamphetamines and cocaine, according to a 2017 Quest Diagnostic’s report.

State and local officials are working alongside addiction specialists to reduce the number of drugs on the street, limit legal prescriptions to legitimate patients and help people seeking to end their dependence on alcohol and drugs.

Drug addiction specialists understand substance misuse is a chronic illness that can happen to anyone and is not something that should bring shame. Help is available in Vallejo for anyone who is ready to take the road to recovery.

Our Closest Facility:
a row of houses in a residential neighborhood.
The Recovery Village Ridgefield Drug and Alcohol Rehab
888 Hillhurst Rd. Ridgefield, WA 98642
(360) 857-0007
The Recovery Village does not operate in the state of California. Our closest facility is in Ridgefield, WA and can be seen in the map above

Finding Help in Vallejo

Vallejo, California Alcohol Rehab Centers and Drug Centers

It takes bravery and commitment to enter a Vallejo drug treatment facility or rehabilitation program. Many people enter and complete drug or alcohol treatment more than once. That’s okay. It’s not how many times you fall down that defines you, but how many times you get back up and try again. Whether it’s your first time entering a Vallejo drug rehab or you’re repeating a recovery plan, take some time to consider which type of program is best for your needs. All drug and alcohol abuse programs require a time commitment on your part, with a month being the minimum time required to complete most plans.

Residential Treatment Programs

Residential treatment plans may last a month to six months. Patients check in and remain at the treatment facility for the duration of the program. A structured schedule of daily activities keeps you busy getting your life back on track, and may include a combination of medical exams, mental health counseling, educational gatherings and behavioral therapy. You may be prescribed medications to soothe any anxiety or other effects of weaning yourself from drugs and alcohol. The primary benefits of inpatient drug rehab are twofold. First, you have your basic needs met so you can focus on getting well. Second, you’re removed from people, easy access and situations that may trigger you to use drugs or alcohol in weak moments.

Partial Hospitalization Programs

It’s not always possible to stay long-term in a Vallejo alcohol treatment facility or drug rehab center, either for personal or financial reasons. Perhaps you must help your partner or child, or you have severe anxiety about sleeping away from your own home. A partial hospitalization program gives you all of the organized activities of a residential program with the security of being in your own bedroom each night. You will need to show that you can refrain from accessing drugs or alcohol when you return home from the treatment program each night, and you’ll be tested to make certain you’re being honest.

Outpatient Treatment Programs

Outpatient substance-abuse treatment programs are a lifeline for people who don’t believe they have time to go to rehab. If you can’t quit working or attending college, you can still get help with your drug and alcohol misuse disorder. An intake counselor will help you determine which classes, therapies and other treatment features will help you, and these activities will be scheduled to work with your other commitments. As with partial hospitalization therapy, you must be strong enough to resist temptation and have strong support to keep you on track.

Consider which type of drug abuse treatment plan is best for your situation. If possible, develop a network of people who can help you throughout your treatment regimen.

Detox Centers

If you’ve tried to stop your drug or alcohol intake and failed, you realize how hard it can be to break bad habits and substance misuse on your own. Some drugs and alcohol have such profound effects on the body, your life may be threatened when you abruptly quit your intake of these substances. Even if your life’s not in physical danger, the symptoms of withdrawal may be so unbearable, you end up using drugs or alcohol again despite your best intentions.

With supervised detoxification you have a team of health care professionals monitoring you and helping you work through your physical, mental and emotional changes. You may be administered medicine to reduce your discomfort or cravings. You’re more likely to continue with drug detox than when trying to go it alone.

Recovery Meetings Near You

No matter what program you pick and complete, recovery begins and ends with you. Continuing with aftercare is a vital part of staying drug-free. The same groups and individual meetings from your hospitalization are available for free in your community. Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous and SMART Recovery host regular meetings around the country to help men and women struggling with drug and alcohol dependence maintain their sobriety.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

Sometimes, just having someone who can relate to your situation or what you are feeling can help reduce anxiety and offer hope. Alcoholics Anonymous understands how important this step is in recovering from addiction and has been helping men and women who want to stop drinking achieve that goal since 1939. The nonprofit, community organization with affiliates throughout the world is faith-based but non-denominational. AA follows a 12-step program that puts its faith in a higher power. Members begin by admitting they are powerless over their addictions and work to achieve sobriety.

Vallejo Fellowship
942 Tennessee St.
Vallejo, CA 94590

Here and Now Big Book Study
First Presbyterian Church
1350 Amador St.
Vallejo, CA 94590

First Christian Church
800 Sereno Dr.
Vallejo, CA 94590

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings

Not all substances fit into one category. Narcotics Anonymous is a source of hope for those recovering from opioids, cocaine, sedatives, hallucinogens and dual drug and alcohol addictions. Just like AA, members of NA admit that they have lost control of their lives to substance misuse and need help to find their way. Through meetings, they talk with others with similar addictions and circumstances, listen to their stories and find hope for a sober future together.

First Baptist Church Vallejo
2025 Sonoma Blvd.
Vallejo, CA 94590

First Lutheran Church
912 Florida St.
Vallejo, CA 94590

First Christian Church
1035 Indiana St.
Vallejo, CA 94590

SMART Recovery Meetings

If AA and NA aren’t for you, that’s okay. SMART Recovery meetings are another excellent choice for support. The nonprofit organization helps people end their addictive behaviors through a four-point program that stresses the key to recovery is self-motivation. Members learn new techniques to manage the thoughts, feelings and behaviors that trigger urges.

Trust Clinic
386 14th St.
Oakland, CA 94612

Oakland Thursday
969 Broadway
Oakland, CA 94607

Central Baptist Church
2133 Central Ave.
Alameda, CA 94501

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings

Alcohol and drug users affect the lives of everyone around them. Al-Anon and Nar-Anon are groups like AA and NA, except they are designed for the loved ones of those misusing substances. Al-Anon also sponsors Ala-teen meetings that are specifically for people 18 and younger whose lives are being disrupted by a family member’s substance use. Through meeting attendance you will obtain information and training to help prevent enabling behaviors, approach the need for drug rehab and alcohol treatment in Vallejo and build a strong support system for a alcohol loved one seeking treatment.

First Presbyterian Church
1350 Amador St.
Vallejo, CA 94590

Martinez Thursday Night
1st Baptist Church
1820 Alhambra Ave.
Martinez, CA 94553

As you review substance misuse programs and other resources around your area, consider expanding your search to other areas. It may also be a good idea to enlarge your search grid to include a national brand of substance use treatment and recovery facilities.