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Drugs and Alcohol Resources

Local (Bay Area) Resources

We are the oldest social service organization in the United States run by and for American Indians. Over the last 50 years, we have helped more than 5,835 clients recovering from substance abuse. With a model that integrates traditional Native healing with evidence-based practices, we have developed a unique approach to wellness that is holistic and leads to lasting recovery. We know that healing for Native peoples begins with culture and connection.

Address: 56 Julian Avenue, San Francisco, CA, 94103

Phone: (415) 865-0964



Our female clients with children ages 0–5 become residents at our Women's Lodge in Oakland, CA for up to one year. During that time, clients are immersed in both American Indian cultural practices and Western approaches for substance abuse recovery and prevention, as well as child development sessions. 

Address: 1815 39th Ave. Oakland, CA 94601

Phone: (510) 535-7100


Community Forward SF is a collection of vital programs that ensures our neighbors experiencing homelessness have effective services designed for their unique needs. Whether one needs housing, medical shelter, a safe place to become sober, or calm in the face of domestic violence - we care for those most vulnerable in our community. We are not just one program. We are a network of programs designed to work together to meet every stage of need. 

Address: 1185 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94103 

Phone: (415) 734-4200


We offer a range of evidence-based programs and resources to help individuals make informed decisions about substance use. Our team of experts provides relapse prevention programs, structured relapse prevention, and Gorski-CENAPS relapse prevention, among other services.

Address: 1918 University Ave, Suite 2A Berkeley, CA 94704

Phone: (510) 649-1930

BACS breaks the mental health, housing, and community barriers that hold people back. We are helping people experiencing mental health needs or housing crises, while balancing other complications like health needs, substance use, generational trauma, incarceration, poverty, and more. Each person we work with gets focused attention on their unique needs, until they are stable in the community. We fight against stigma and work tirelessly to uplift each individual we serve.

Address: 390 40th Street, Oakland, CA 94609


Phone: 510.613.0330


Established in 1972, Native Directions, Inc.; Three Rivers Indian Lodge provides chemically dependent treatment services for individuals needing a new beginning by utilizing spiritual and traditional education within a social model program for positive life changes.

​ Address: 13505 South Union Road Manteca, CA 95336

Phone: 209-858-2421



The Community Wellness Department (CWD) staff provide mental health illness & substance abuse prevention services in the form of cultural, educational, referral/linkage coordination, and other social services to community members using a philosophy of care rooted in holistic and integrated health.


Address: 3124 International Blvd., Oakland, CA 94601

Main Number (510) 434-5421

Youth Services (510) 434-5483

San Francisco:

Address: 160 Capp St., San Francisco, CA 94110

Main Number (415) 417-3556

National Resources

SAMHSA’s National Helpline is a free, confidential, 24/7, 365-day-a-year treatment referral and information service (in English and Spanish) for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders.

Phone: 1-800-622-4357


National Harm Reduction Coalition aims to build capacity for evidence-based harm reduction strategies and cultivate leadership among people who use drugs.

Address: National Harm Reduction Coalition 243 5th Ave #529 New York, NY 10016


At the Native American Recovery Center, we are committed to providing culturally sensitive and holistic treatment to our clients. We understand that addiction and mental health issues can be rooted in historical trauma and intergenerational effects of colonization. Therefore, our programs are designed to address these underlying issues and promote healing. In addition to our evidence-based therapy and counseling services, we also offer traditional healing practices such as sweat lodges, smudging, and drumming circles. These practices help our clients reconnect with their culture and spirituality, which can be a powerful tool for recovery.

Phone: (480) 227-5018

Address: 9417 N 17TH PL, PHOENIX, ARIZONA 85020


Based in Colorado Springs and a proud facilitator of the Wellbriety Movement, White Bison provides sobriety, recovery, addictions prevention, and wellness/Wellbriety learning resources to the Native American/Alaskan Native community nationwide.

Address: 6455 N. Union Blvd, Ste 102 Colorado Springs, CO 80918

Phone: 1-(719)-548-1000


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