For information about alcohol and/or drug use treatment options, call (800) 968-2636 for a free and confidential assessment and help finding the treatment that is right for you.

What is a Substance Use Disorder (SUD)?
Substance Use Disorders occur when the recurrent use of alcohol and/or drugs causes significant impairment, including health problems, disability, and failure to meet major responsibilities at work, school, or home.

Spotting signs in a family member or friend
A person with a SUD would have changes in appetite or sleep patterns, deterioration of physical appearance, decline of grooming habits, sudden weight loss or weight gain, tremors, slurred speech, or impaired coordination.

What can I do?

Get help
If you suspect a family member or friend might have a problem with substance use, speak to them about getting help. Treatment can be arranged in different modalities to fit almost any schedule. Counselors will work with you and your family member/friend to design a treatment plan that works with you. When you’re ready, you or your family member/friend can call (800) 968-2636 to reach our Substance Use Disorder Helpline, 24-hours of the day for a free and confidential assessment.

Be prepared
Naloxone (Narcan) Nasal Spray is used to temporarily reverse the effects of an opioid overdose, potentially saving a life. If you suspect someone you know may have an opioid use problem, having Naloxone Nasal Spray nearby can provide additional time to get urgent medical help in the case of an overdose.

Using Naloxone Nasal Spray

Naloxone Quick Start Guide
Naloxone Nasal Spray Training Video

Have you had to use Naloxone Nasal Spray on someone?  Please use this form to report the use and request more. (It can be filled out anonymously.)

**Good Samaritan Law:  AB 472, California’s 911 Good Samaritan Law, provides limited protection from arrest,
charge and prosecution for people who seek emergency medical assistance at the scene of a suspected drug overdose.  Read more:  https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/codes_displaySection.xhtml?sectionNum=1799.102.&lawCode=HSC


View the SUDRS resources and program brochures for more information. To reach SUDRS administrative offices, call (909) 501-0753.
SUDRS providers are licensed and/or certified by the State Department of Health Care Services. To view license and/or certification information, click here.

Click on the title or + sign to learn more about a provider or program.

Outpatient treatment programs provide alcohol and drug-related individual and group counseling, individualized treatment planning and case management to prevent relapse and support recovery. You may call or visit a provider for services.

Desert Mountain cities include Adelanto, Apple Valley, Barstow, Big Bear, Crestline, Hesperia, Lucerne Valley, Needles, Sky Forest, Trona, and Victorville.

Barstow Behavioral Health
1841 E. Main St., Ste. 218, Barstow | (760) 255-5700

High Desert Child, Adolescent & Family Services Center, Inc.
225 Barstow Rd., Barstow | (760) 243-7151
16248 Victor St., Victorville | (760) 243-7151

TURN Behavioral Health Services Inc.
300 H St., Needles | (760) 320-4590

East Valley cities include Bloomington, Colton, Grand Terrace, Highland, Loma Linda, Redlands, Rialto, San Bernardino, and Yucaipa.

Cedar House Life Change Center
18612 Santa Ana Ave., Bloomington | (909) 421-7120

Inland Behavioral & Health Services, Inc.
1963 N. E St., San Bernardino | (909) 881-6146

Inland Valley Recovery Services San Bernardino Recovery Center
939 N. D St., San Bernardino | (909) 889-6519

TURN Behavioral Health Services Inc.
1076 Santo Antonio Dr., Ste. B, Colton | (909) 433-9824

Rialto Behavioral Addiction Treatment Services
850 E. Foothill Blvd., Rialto | (909) 421-9465

Morongo Basin cities include Joshua Tree, Morongo Valley, Twentynine Palms, and Yucca Valley.

TURN Behavioral Health Services Inc., Yucca Valley Center for Change
58945 Business Center Dr., Ste. J, Yucca Valley |  (760) 369-1074

West Valley cities include Chino, Fontana, Montclair, Ontario, Pomona, Rancho Cucamonga, and Upland.

Clare-Matrix
812 N. Euclid Ave., Ontario | (909) 395-0888

Inland Valley Recovery Services
934 N. Mountain Ave., Ste. A – C, Upland |  (909) 949-4667

Mariposa Community Counseling
2940 Inland Empire Blvd., Ontario | (909) 458-1350

Community based centers that support recovery by offering self-help groups, resources, and education. Individuals may call or visit a location near you for services.

Inland Valley Recovery Services
934 N. Mountain Ave., Ste. A – D, Upland | (909) 949-4667
939 N. D St., San Bernardino |  (909) 889-6519

TURN Behavioral Health Services Inc., Center for Change
300 H St., Needles | (760) 326-4590
58945 Business Center Dr., Ste. N, Yucca Valley | (760) 369-1074
1076 Santo Antonio Dr., Ste. B, Colton | (909) 433-9824

Rim Family Mobile Resource Center
28545 Hwy. 18, Skyforest | (909) 336-1800

Intensive outpatient services for pregnant/parenting women and their children.

Inland Behavioral & Health Services, Inc.,
1963 N. E St., San Bernardino | (909) 881-6146

Inland Valley Recovery Services
934 N. Mountain Ave., Ste. A-D, Upland |  (909) 949-4667

High Desert Child, Adolescent & Family Services Center, Inc.
16248 Victor St., Victorville | (760) 243-7151

Medication assisted treatment for opioid substance use disorders, offering medical evaluation, and counseling services

Aegis Treatment Centers, LLC
125 W. F St., Ontario | (909) 986-4550
11776 Mariposa Rd., Ste. 103, Hesperia | (760) 956-2462
1889 W. Redlands Blvd., Redlands | (909) 501-5167

Colton Clinical Services
2275 E. Cooley Dr., Colton | (909) 370-1777

Desert Treatment Clinic
1330 N. Indian Canyon Dr. Ste. A-C, Palm Springs | (760) 322-9065

Riverside Treatment Center
1021 W. La Cadena Dr. Riverside | (951) 784-8010

Resources

CDPH Overdose Prevention Initiative: https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CCDPHP/sapb/Pages/Fentanyl.aspx
More on Opioid Use Disorder: https://www.cdc.gov/dotw/opioid-use-disorder/
Getting help at the emergency room:  https://cabridge.org/impact/mat-sites/
Inland Empire Opioid Crisis Coalition: https://www.ieocc.org/

Clinical Practice Guidelines for the Management of SUD
MAT Formulary