Group Counseling • Individual Counseling • Adolescents • DUI • Outpatient • 12 Step • Substance Use • Court Ordered • Case Management
Riverside County's Department of Mental Health Substance Use Programs provide accessible, high quality treatment for those with substance use disorders and other addictions. Services may include assessment, individual and group counseling, support groups, case management, and referrals to outside services. Programs include:
-Outpatient Drug Free (ODF) Program: offers individual and group counseling, individualized treatment planning, case management, and referrals to other agencies and services for men and women with substance use disorders. Groups generally meet twice a week for 3 hours each session.
-Adolescent Program: offers individual counseling, recovery groups, substance use education, treatment planning, and case management for adolescents with substance use disorders.
-Aftercare: focuses on continuing care and treatment for those who have completed a Primary Substance Use Recovery Program.
- Specialty Services: Targeted programs include a Drinking Driver Program (DDP), Drug Court, Recovery Opportunity Center (ROC), Friday Night Live (FNL), Individual Prevention, Prevention Program, Residential & Detoxification, START Program, and MOMs Perinatal Program
-Accepts Medi-Cal and self pay clients.
-Sliding scale fees based on income are available for those without Medi-Cal.
- Services provided on a sliding scale
- Medicaid accepted
- Teens accepted
- Adults accepted
- Seniors accepted
How to Apply
Walk ins are accepted Cathedral City location only. For services at the Cathedral City location, walk in Monday through Thursday between 1:00pm and 3:30pm for an intake assessment. Please bring a photo ID and insurance card.If treatment is court mandated, bring the necessary paperwork. You can also call 760-770-2286 to schedule an intake assessment.
For services at the Desert Hot Springs location, call 760-770-2264 to schedule an assessment. Please bring a photo ID and insurance card.If treatment is court mandated, bring the necessary paperwork.
If you are eligible for services, you will be scheduled for an intake appointment. A wait list may apply.