Substance Use Treatment Department
Redwood Community Services provides an integrated system of community-based substance use treatment prevention, intervention, counseling, and recovery services that embrace a well–living model in order to promote healthy, safe and thriving families throughout the community. Our Substance Use Disorder Treatment (SUDT) programs promote recovery and well-being through prevention, supportive services, and
The Redwood Community Services Substance Use Treatment Department believes that recovery is possible. Programs are offered in an effort to better support our community on their path to wellness. Here are a few of the service modalities used across our substance use programs: Seeking Safety, Living in Balance, Women’s Way Through,12 Step Recovery, Mindfulness, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
Tule House, located in the Lake County town of Upper Lake, is an 8-bed residential treatment program designed to treat substance use disorder for the perinatal population, using non-medical services in group and individual counseling settings. Tule House is a family-centered treatment program that allows women to bring their children who are 12 years of age and under to live with them at the facility. The program offers opportunities for experiential parenting services, including hands-on, real-time coaching of parenting skills.
Arbor Outpatient Drug Free Clinic
The Arbor Youth Resource Center provides an Outpatient Drug Free Clinic to transitional-age youth, ages 16 to 25.
Participants of the Arbor ODF Clinic receive individual as well as group counseling sessions. The clinic functions as an abstinence-based program with harm reduction components, thus allowing for a well-rounded approach to engagement and a focus on working with each participant and their individual goals.
Healthy Opportunities for Mothering Experiences (H.O.M.E.) is a intensive outpatient treatment program for pregnant and parenting mothers with substance use disorder that offers an integrated treatment approach focusing on abstinence, behavioral health, and parenting education.
Participants of H.O.M.E. work in group and individual settings to promote healthy communities and nurture opportunities to strengthen connections with their children. The program works to improve the health and wellbeing of women and their children, and supports family reunification.