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Monterey, CA Drug & Alcohol Treatment Centers

Treatment Center Directory.com is the premier destination for locating alcohol treatment, drug addiction rehab centers and detox programs in Monterey, California. Our database of Monterey treatment centers includes 7 centers, facilities and doctors.

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NameAddress / PlatformTreatment ProgramsInsuranceRegion
CHS Community Human Services Monterey 2560 Garden Road Suite 201 Outpatient Private Monterey
Bridge House 343 Dela Vina Drive Inpatient Medicaid Monterey
Alsana Monterey 10 Harris Ct Suite 6 Building C Inpatient / Outpatient Private Monterey
Valley Health Associates Monterey 114 Webster Street Outpatient N/A Monterey
Behavioral Health Services of Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula 576 Hartnell Street Detox / Outpatient Private Monterey
Harmony Place Monterey 398 Foam Street Suite 200 Inpatient / Outpatient Private Monterey
Community Hospital Pennisula 23625 Holman Highway Inpatient Medicaid / Private Monterey
Genesis House Seaside 1152 Sonoma Avenue N/A N/A Seaside
Sun Street Centers Seaside 1760 Fremont Blvd Suite E1 Outpatient Private Seaside
Grupo Resurreccion 1780 Fremont Boulevard Detox / Inpatient / Outpatient N/A Seaside
The Bridge Restoration Ministry 225 Central Avenue N/A N/A Pacific Grove
The Equine Healing Collaborative 8767 Carmel Valley Road Inpatient N/A Carmel
Beacon House Pacific Grove 667 Lighthouse Avenue Detox / Inpatient / Outpatient Private Pacific Grove
VA Palo Alto Health Care System Marina 201 Ninth Street Detox / Inpatient / Outpatient Medicaid / Private Marina
CHS Community Human Services Outpatient Treatment Center 1087 S. Main Street. Outpatient Private Salinas
CHS Community Human Services Main Clinic 1083 South Main Street Detox / Outpatient Medicaid Salinas
Door To Hope The Door 165 Clay Street Inpatient / Outpatient Medicaid Salinas
Door To Hope West Gabilan Street 130 West Gabilan Street Outpatient Private Salinas
Door To Hope Main Office 130 West Gabilan Street N/A N/A Salinas
Sunrise House Lincoln Avenue 106 Lincoln Ave N/A N/A Salinas

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The city of Monterey, California—founded on June 3, 1770—is in Monterey County on Monterey Bay’s southern edge. If you need help with a substance use disorder here, know that there are many facilities for drug rehab California that can guide you towards the healing you need. Before you choose the Monterey drug rehab you want to check into, consider whether you need an inpatient or residential program that will require you to live on-site, or an outpatient day program that will require you to live in your own home. Anyone with a substance use disorder on the severe end of the spectrum will need an inpatient program and likely a medically supervised drug detox as well. However, even individuals without severe withdrawals may want a residential program for the secure environment and the way that having no distractions or ordinary responsibilities allows you to deeply concentrate on addiction recovery. Outpatient programs may work well for milder SUDs, or for someone progressing from a more intensive level of treatment. If you aren’t sure the level of drug rehab California addiction treatment you require for your unique situation, our treatment specialists can provide advice 24/7 through our free helpline. We will direct you to your ideal Monterey drug rehab.

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