Substance Use Services
The path to recovery can be long - let us walk alongside you.
CommuniCare Health Centers offer Outpatient Substance Use Disorder Services in Woodland and West Sacramento for adults and adolescents. We also offer specialized outpatient services for dually diagnosed adults, pregnant and/or parenting mothers, and for individuals who need medication assistance to stop opiate and alcohol use.
To access services, you can walk-in to our West Sacramento or Woodland offices during the weekday or call the Yolo County Access line at 1-888-965-6647.
If you are experiencing a crisis, call the Yolo County Mental Health Access 24/7 CRISIS LINE
(888) 965-6647/ TDD (800) 735-2929
Walk-in appointments for substance use services
Monday through Friday 9:00 am – 4:00 pm in West Sacramento and Woodland.
- Access to Medications for Addiction Treatment (including Naltrexone, Vivitrol and Suboxone)
- Screening appointments to enroll in county-funded services
Weekly in-person substance use disorder groups, counseling, and care coordination
Substance use education in English and Spanish
Guidance and support from a Peer Advocate or SUD Navigator with lived experience
Evidence-based treatments for stimulant use (incentives)
Programs for Substance Use Disorder
Prescription medications such as buprenorphine (commonly known as Suboxone), naltrexone (also known as Vivitrol), and other medications are part of treatment options for substance use disorders. We treat multiple substance use disorders (SUDs) including OUD (opioid use disorder), AUD (alcohol use disorder), and StUD (stimulant use disorder).
Learn more about Medications for Addiction Treatment
For more information about MAT services, please call Hansen Family Health Center at 530-405-2815
This Substance Use Group will be held in-person only as of January, 2022
Link to PDF: Substance Use Disorder Weekly Groups Schedule
All CommuniCare Health Center Behavioral Health sites offer FREE Narcan kits and Fentanyl Test Strips to anyone who asks!
Narcan is a life-saving opioid overdose reversal drug that is sprayed in one nostril during an overdose.
You can save a life! To learn more about Narcan, visit the CDC website.
Youth Opioid Response (YOR) is a free resource for anyone who is struggling with opioid, stimulant or alcohol use disorder and needs extra support. YOR provides drug education, prevention, and intervention services, as well as a connection to housing resources, employment, legal help, and more. Follow YOR on Instagram: www.instagram.com/youth_opioid_reponse