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San Francisco AIDS Foundation
The San Francisco AIDS Foundation offers a range of services to city residents from their physical location and a mobile site. They provide syringe access and disposal, safer sex supplies, Hepatitis C, HIV, and STI testing, and overdose prevention with naloxone (Narcan) kits. They also offer non-judgmental substance use counseling for those who are interested.
San Joaquin Valley Free Medical Clinic & Needle Exchange
The San Joaquin Valley Free Medical Clinic & Needle Exchange provides a wide range of services, including medical care, medication-assisted treatment options, a needle exchange program, and naloxone (Narcan) kits. This program is located in the Health Department Building in Fresno, California. The clinic operates on Saturdays starting at 1 p.m., provides needle exchange until 3 p.m., and provides medical treatment until the last patient.
Omni Youth Programs (Sacramento)
The Omni Youth Program in Sacramento, California, provides prevention programs that include workshops, drug education materials, and teen empowerment programs. By helping teens find healthy self-esteem and coping mechanisms, as well as educating them about the dangers of various substances, the Program hopes to prevent substance misuse from even getting started.
Pro Youth (Sacramento)
Pro Youth and Families, located in Sacramento, California, offers a wide range of support services for youth and their families. They provide life skills training, mentoring, a youth leadership academy, services for justice-involved youth, civic engagement, and mental health programs. By encouraging young people to find positive growth, community involvement, and resilience, they hope to reduce the amount of substance use in youth and young adults.
California 211
California 211 connects state residents who call 211 with a wide range of social services in their local area, including housing, eviction prevention and utility assistance, child care and education, senior care programs, employment services, and basic needs like food and clothing. Knowing where these resources are in your community can be challenging, but 211 makes it easy to get the help you need.
Yount People in Recovery
Young People in Recovery has 15 chapters throughout California. They serve youth ages 14 to 18 with life skills programs that help them with education, employment, health, relationships, and leadership. They also offer programs that improve access to housing and help for those who are justice-involved.
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Community Health Project - Los Angeles
For Los Angeles residents looking for help with harm reduction and treatment, the Community Health Project has the resources you need. They operate a syringe service program, provide naloxone (Narcan) kits, and offer medication-assisted treatment for opioid misuse. The Community Health Project also provides diversion intervention and case management for those with frequent contact with law enforcement.
Drug Overdose Prevention and Education (DOPE) Project
San Francisco's Drug Overdose Prevention and Education (DOPE) Project provides naloxone (Narcan) kits, overdose prevention training, and harm reduction education. The goal is to impact the large number of overdose deaths in the city, and since 2003 they’ve trained over 13,000 people in naloxone administration.
Family Health Centers of San Diego
Family Health Centers of San Diego provides help for those impacted by substance use in multiple ways. They provide a syringe services program, harm reduction education, case management services, naloxone (Narcan) kits, and overdose education. For those who are interested, Family Health Centers also provides referrals to substance use treatment.
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Medi-Cal Gift Card Program
Looking for a reason to stop using stimulants like methamphetamines and cocaine? 24 California counties, including Los Angeles, San Francisco, Alameda, and Orange counties, offer gift cards for testing clean. Participants can earn up to $599 (just below the IRS reporting limit) over the course of 24 weeks. You can find participating providers on the DHCS website listed.
Wellness and Recovery Program
Residents of 7 California counties, Humboldt, Lassen, Mendocino, Modoc, Shasta, Siskiyou, and Solano, can access the Wellness & Recovery Program, which provides substance use treatment to eligible individuals. If substance use is impacting your health, relationships, employment, or causing legal problems, you can get a screening and referral to appropriate care.
Know Overdose Nevada County
Overdose deaths are on the rise, not just because of opioid misuse but because some drugs are laced with fentanyl, which is deadly in very small doses. To help prevent overdose deaths, Know Overdose Nevada County provides free naloxone (Narcan) kits and fentanyl test strips to county residents. They also provide resources, information, and referrals to treatment for those who are interested.
Recover LA
Recover LA is a Los Angeles program that operates CORE centers, which provide substance use prevention resources, addiction education, naloxone (Narcan) kits, and information about substance use treatment. The Recover LA website also provides a substance abuse helpline, information on where to go for syringe programs, information about different substance use treatment methods, and harm reduction information.
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