Getting Help

Parent Project
The Parent Project is a parenting skills program specifically designed for parents with strong-willed or out-of-control children. Parent Project provides parents with practical tools and no-nonsense solutions for even the most destructive of adolescent behaviors.
www.parentproject.com
Roseville/Rocklin – English only Community Recovery Resources  (916) 782-3737
Lincoln – Spanish/English 1-800-662-4357
Auburn – English only  (530) 885-1961

Crisis Resolution Center (916) 652-2749
The Crisis Resolution Center provides a wide variety of residential and out-client services at no cost to Placer County residents, including: short-term residential placement for teens in a home-like supervised treatment-focused facility, comprehensive counseling services available for teens & parents of teens, post-crisis treatment unification and referral services, parent education resources.

W.A.T.A.H. (We Are Teens Always Helping) (916) 784-6440
Are you looking for help for your child and having difficulty finding it? Is your child using drugs or alcohol? Free parental guidance and rehabilitation services to residents of Placer County. Help for parents and teens of youth under 17 years old and in need of intervention.

 Community Recovery Resources    (916) 782-3737 Our mission is to support the communities we serve with a full spectrum of wellness-focused programs to reduce the social, health and economic impact on families and children from all types of substance abuse and behavioral health issues.

Koinonia Group Homes (916) 652-0171
Serves youth 13-18 through residential chemical dependency treatment program and its adolescent substance abuse treatment clinic. It also operates the Crisis Resolution Center for Placer County youth, ages 12-17.

Placer County Network of Care www.placer.networkofcare.org This Web site is a resource for individuals, families, children, youth adults, and older adults seeking resources in Placer County and the surrounding area.

Recovery Happens http://www.recoveryhappens.com/ (916) 276-0626
The compassionate and understanding staff at Recovery Happens Counseling Services specialize in the outpatient treatment of adolescents and young adults with addiction and mental health issues.

Placer County System of Care
Auburn (530) 889-7240
Roseville (916) 787-8800

Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.) Meetings in Placer County: Applegate, Colfax, Foresthill, Gold Run, Granite Bay, King’s Beach, Lincoln Loomis, Meadow Vista, Newcastle, Tahoe City (nine Spanish speaking)
http://www.simeetings.com/LA/SAC/PlacerCtyMtgs.html
District website:www.district21cnia.org
(530) 888-3607
(916) 624-6807

Al-anon and Alateen For families and friends of alcoholics Meetings in Placer County: Auburn, Colfax, Loomis, Newcastle, Rocklin, Roseville
http://www.ncwsa.org/
916 344-2970

Nar-Anon Twelve-step program designed to help relatives and friends of addicts recover from the effects of living with an addicted relative or friend.
http://www.usrecovery.info/Nar-Anon/California.htm
800 315-0468

NA Locator
Option #1: NA Helplines – This is NA’s first and best recommendation for finding a NA meeting. Quick access to NA Helplines: http://www.na.org/?ID=phoneline

Option #2: NA Meeting Search –NA Meeting Search on website below. One word of caution from NA: oftentimes NA meetings change without our knowledge and these listings may not be accurate.
http://portaltools.na.org/portaltools/MeetingLoc/
NA Hotline: 888-423-3428

Placer County Area – Substance Abuse Services Resource Guide 2012-2013

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