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Residential Services

790 Sonoma Ave Santa Rosa CA 95404

ALL RESIDENTIAL SERVICES ARE CURRENTLY CLOSED. WE EXPECT TO OPEN SERVICES FOR RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT AND MEDICAL DETOX IN MAY 2024. Center Point DAAC will be opening a new residential facility (40 beds) and medical detox unit (10 beds) named the Dr. Sushma D. Taylor Recovery Center (SDTRC).

Residential Services Re-opening in 2024:

We will accept Medi-Cal, Medicare, and offer affordable private-pay rates for our residential services. We are working to accept private-pay insurance plans in 2024. Residential substance abuse services, also known as inpatient treatment, refer to a structured and immersive form of addiction treatment where individuals live within a treatment facility for a designated period. Residential programs are typically recommended for individuals with moderate to severe substance abuse disorders or those who require a higher level of care due to the complexity of their addiction or the presence of co-occurring mental health issues.

Our new residential treatment center will include:

Medically Assisted Withdrawal Management (Detoxification) Services: Medically Assisted and Clinically managed residential withdrawal management, sometimes referred to as “social detoxification”, is an organized service that is delivered by appropriately trained staff. Detoxification is provided under 24-hour supervision, observation, and support for clients who are intoxicated or experiencing withdrawal. Services provided under this level of care will include medical and nursing care. This level of care provides care for clients whose intoxication and/or withdrawal signs and symptoms are sufficiently severe to require 24-hour care.

Residential Treatment:  The Dr. Sushma D. Taylor Recovery Center (SDTRC) will offer residential treatment for men, with a specialized treatment track intended for those with co-occurring mental health and substance abuse problems. 40 residential treatment beds will be available at the new facility. The program can run from 30-270 days, based on individual needs.

Core components of residential treatment at SDTRC include initial participant assessment, individual, collateral/family and group counseling, case management and individualized treatment planning, mental health evaluation and short-term on-site counseling support as warranted, as well as services focusing on life skills such as maintaining health, building and maintaining socially supportive relationships, recognizing and preventing substance abuse relapse, avoiding violence and criminal behavior, recognizing and shifting self-defeating thinking and behavior pattern, parenting skills and stress management and improved coping skills, as well as direct linkages for community resources for employment readiness and application, resume preparation, budgeting, housing and social support, educational and/or vocational training, healthcare and nutrition, and ongoing mental health support. Additional groups focus on coping skills and stress management assists participants in identifying alternatives for recreation, building supportive relationships with family members and children, and improving overall wellness.

Here are some defining characteristics and components of residential substance abuse services:

  1. 24/7 Structured Environment: Residential treatment provides individuals with a supportive and highly structured environment where they reside for the duration of their treatment. The 24/7 supervision and support ensure a safe and drug-free setting conducive to recovery.

  2. Detoxification: Many residential programs offer detoxification services to safely manage the withdrawal process for individuals who require it. Medical supervision helps individuals navigate the physical and emotional challenges of withdrawal while ensuring their safety and comfort.

  3. Individual and Group Therapy: Residential treatment involves regular individual therapy sessions where individuals work one-on-one with a therapist to address the underlying causes of addiction, develop coping skills, and set goals for recovery. Group therapy sessions provide a supportive community of peers, allowing individuals to share their experiences, receive feedback, and learn from others.

  4. Psychoeducation and Skill-building: Residential programs often provide psychoeducational sessions to help individuals understand addiction, its impact on their lives, and the tools needed for recovery. These sessions may cover topics such as relapse prevention, stress management, life skills development, and healthy coping strategies.

  5. Holistic Therapies: Residential programs may incorporate a variety of holistic therapies to complement traditional treatment approaches. These can include art therapy, mindfulness practices, yoga, meditation, fitness programs, and other activities that promote overall well-being and emotional healing.

  6. Structured Schedule: Residential treatment follows a structured daily schedule that includes therapeutic activities, group sessions, individual counseling, meals, physical exercise, and leisure time. This structured routine helps individuals establish healthy habits, develop discipline, and maintain focus on their recovery.

  7. Peer Support: Living in a residential treatment facility allows individuals to form connections and build supportive relationships with peers who are going through similar challenges. Peer support plays a crucial role in fostering a sense of community, empathy, and mutual encouragement.

  8. Aftercare Planning: Residential programs often include comprehensive aftercare planning to support individuals as they transition back to their home environments. This may involve referrals to outpatient services, support groups, relapse prevention strategies, and assistance in accessing community resources for ongoing support.


Residential substance abuse services provide individuals with a highly supportive and immersive treatment experience, enabling them to focus solely on their recovery without the distractions and triggers of the outside world. The intensive nature of these programs, combined with comprehensive care and a structured environment, can help individuals make significant progress toward lasting recovery.

Getting started is easy! Click the ENROLL button in the top right-hand corner or call (707) 544-3295.

" At first, addiction is maintained by pleasure, but the intensity of the pleasure gradually diminishes and the addiction is then maintained by the avoidance of pain." - Frank Tallis

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