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Addiction and Treatment Providers in Manteca, CA

4 Centers in Manteca, California

Manteca is a family-friendly city in San Joaquin County, California, known for its outdoor recreation and community events. However, the area faces challenges with opioid misuse, opioid use disorder, and a higher rate of drug-induced deaths compared to the state average.

But there’s hope in the battle against addiction.

The city collaborates with student-led clubs like Friday Night Live to raise awareness, while organizations offer counseling and harm reduction strategies such as naloxone distribution and safe disposal initiatives.

San Joaquin County Statistics

  • 6% opioid misuse, 1.1% OUD in 2016
  • 52 opioid overdose deaths in 2016
  • 56% higher drug-induced deaths than CA average
  • New treatment facility to combat drug deaths
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Manteca: Embrace Sobriety, Reclaim Your Life

Manteca understands the challenges of addiction, but recovery is achievable. With compassionate care and evidence-based treatments, rehab centers empower individuals to reclaim their lives. A brighter future awaits those ready to embrace sobriety’s transformative journey. You have the strength to heal; local programs can guide you every step of the way.

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Aegis Treatment Centers  - Manteca
Aegis Treatment Centers - Manteca
955 West Center Street Suite 12-A Manteca, CA

Pinnacle Treatment Centers - Manteca offers comprehensive outpatient medication-assisted treatment for opioid addiction, including counseling and support services.

  • Accredited
  • Drug Detox
  • Outpatient
  • Insurance
Valley Community Counseling Services - Manteca

Valley Community Counseling Services - Manteca Children's Services provides mental health services, trauma treatment, and school-based counseling for children, youth, and families in Manteca, CA.

  • Outpatient

Native Directions — Three Rivers Indian Lodge in Manteca, California, offers culturally relevant addiction treatment and sober living for Native American men, utilizing holistic approaches and accredited programs to support long-term recovery and personal growth.

  • Accredited
  • Inpatient
  • Outpatient
  • Insurance
The PASS method
1425 W. Center Street Manteca, CA

The PASS method is a Manteca, California addiction treatment center offering personalized outpatient programs, medication-assisted treatment, relapse prevention, and comprehensive therapy.

Drug & Alcohol Rehab Facilities near Manteca, California

Alexian Health Clinic ~ Medication Assisted Treatment
2101 Alexian Dr, San Jose, CA 95116
46.0 Miles from Manteca, California, USA
Santa Cruz Residential Recovery
125 Rigg St, Santa Cruz, CA 95060
72.8 Miles from Manteca, California, USA
Reflections Executive Rehab Facility
1191 Simmons Ln, Novato, CA 94945
78.0 Miles from Manteca, California, USA
West Coast Recovery
5669 Snell Ave, San Jose, CA 95123
50.8 Miles from Manteca, California, USA
Elevate Addiction Services
262 Gaffey Road, Watsonville, CA 95076
62.9 Miles from Manteca, California, USA
New Hope Recovery
823 E Orangeburg Ave, Modesto, CA 95350
15.8 Miles from Manteca, California, USA

Drug and Alcohol Treatment in Manteca, CA

Manteca is located in San Joaquin County, California, about 76 miles east of San Francisco. It was founded in 1861 by Joshua Cowell. The city had a population of 83,498 as of 2020, with Hispanic and White being the largest ethnic groups.

Residents of Manteca enjoy outdoor activities like hiking, visiting parks, and attending local events. Many also pursue hobbies like cooking, baking, and working out.

For arts and entertainment, Manteca offers the Manteca Historical Society Museum, which showcases the city’s rich agricultural history through exhibits and artifacts.

With its family-friendly atmosphere, outdoor recreation options, and community events, Manteca could be a suitable place to consider for drug rehab treatment.

List of alcohol and drug treatment centers near you in Manteca, California. Research certifications, programs, methods, pricing, and more.

Awareness Campaigns

The Substance Use Disorder Prevention (SUDP) program serves to combat substance abuse through education and advocacy by youth leaders at local middle and high schools in Manteca. Student-led clubs like Friday Night Live and Club Live empower youth to identify issues related to substance use and collaborate on awareness projects.

Community-based organizations like Valley Community Counseling Services offer counseling, education, and support programs to help families create a safe environment and cope with substance abuse challenges. Public awareness campaigns aim to reduce stigma and promote harm reduction strategies.

Legislative Measures

Manteca collaborates with the Drug Enforcement Administration’s Drop the Drugs program, providing safe drop-off sites for individuals to dispose of drugs and expired medications anonymously. This initiative helps reduce access to controlled substances and raises awareness about proper disposal methods.

The city partners with San Joaquin County Behavioral Health Services to implement harm reduction strategies, such as the distribution of naloxone and safer drug use supplies through the California Naloxone Distribution Project. Law enforcement agencies work closely with community organizations to connect individuals with treatment and support services.

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Opioid Settlement Funds in San Joaquin County

San Joaquin County is receiving $53 million over 18 years from the National Opioid Settlements with pharmaceutical companies. The funds are managed by the state’s Fund for a Resilient Nevada, with 70% allocated to the California Abatement Accounts Fund for opioid remediation. San Joaquin County plans to use a majority for developing the San Joaquin Be Well Campus, a treatment facility for substance use and mental health disorders.[3][17]

  • Expanding access to medication-assisted treatment and recovery support services for substance use disorders, including telehealth options.[2][17]
  • Funding youth substance use prevention programs focused on health equity across different populations.[3][6]
  • Establishing regional opioid overdose task forces to identify gaps and strategies for overdose prevention.[2]
  • Supporting treatment programs like Frontier Treatment and Transitional Housing that provide evidence-based treatment and housing services.[1]

Find Treatment in California

More than 3 million of California's citizens are addicted to illegal drugs. Almost 800,000 people use hard drugs, almost 5 million use marijuana, and another 2.1 million abuse alcohol every year. Other substance abuse issues such as binge drinking and teen drug use are also common. Many illegal drugs such as cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine, and marijuana are smuggled into the state from Mexico.

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    Statistic Citations:
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  • State of Nevada Department of Justice. (2022). Attorney General Ford Announces Opioid Litigation Settlements with Walmart, American Drug Stores. Retrieved from,_American_Drug_Stores/