Substance Use Services
If you or a friend are in crisis and need to speak with someone now, please call:
SUICIDE AND CRISIS HOTLINE 24/7: Dial 9-8-8
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To get alcohol and drug treatment, please call the Behavioral Health Services Call Center at 800-704-0900. After you call the Behavioral Health Services Call Center, a telephone representative will ask you a few questions about your situation. These questions are used to refer you to an appropriate agency for treatment. You may be given an appointment at an agency or times for a ‘walk-in’ appointment.
Substance Use Treatment Services (SUTS) provides alcohol and drug treatment services to adults who need them. Alcohol and drug treatment services are available to all Santa Clara County residents regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, or sexual orientation.
Services are available in five languages: English, Spanish, Mandarin, Vietnamese, and Tagalog.
If you or a loved one requires alcohol and drug treatment, please call the number shown above. A representative will ask you a few questions and refer you to a treatment clinic. Our treatment services are delivered in a welcoming environment that respects your decision to seek treatment and your background, irrespective of your culture, national origin, language, sexual orientation, or any other factor. Our services are focused on helping you improve your health and well-being.
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"Best staff and help. This place helped change my life. This is the Most help I have ever had battling my addiction. Thank you!"
"My counselor and the staff here helped save my life. They saw the best in me when I saw nothing at all. "
"My counselor gave me excellent information and challenged me to develop new behaviors in relationship to my thinking, emotions and reactions."
"Estoy agradecido con la ayuda que se me esta brindando, estoy aprendiendo. ¡Mucho gracias!"
"Estoy extremadamente agradecido por mi consejero. Mi consejero me ha ayudado mucho con mis problemas."
"Recomiendo este programa porque me ayuda mucho."
"Having been a previous client here, I am once again a resident here at detox. I just want to thank staff here for accepting me – again- as a client."
"I am grateful to have been given a second chance here!"
"I am very happy to be here and the whole staff have been very kind and supportive."
"I had a great change in my life when I had no hope of ever being able to stop drinking. With the group and my counselor, I have been helped a lot."
"My counselor actually understood me, made me feel like I was somebody, and gave me an understanding about myself and what my future holds."
"This has been a Godsend for me. All the staff are like family to me. I wouldn't have made it in San José without this place."
"I want to thank this program for helping me and my son, for giving me the tools to become a better mom, the tools for not relapsing and survival, and the staff here for their generosity and great support. Thank you!"
"It was great being here. I've learned so much and about myself (acceptance). "
"My counselor is an awesome counselor and I enjoyed our group session. And what’s most, its super awesome being sober!! "
"You have been a great support, and mentor as well. Thank you so much! You helped me change my life. "
Adult Services FAQ
Youth Services FAQ
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