Since 1971 Central Valley Recovery Services, Inc. (CVRS) has provided high-quality, affordable addiction and behavioral treatment, using comprehensive evidence-based modalities of treatment. CVRS offers a continuum of integrated services including non-medical detoxification; residential treatment specific for men, women, perinatal and co-occurring disorders; outpatient; family services, including COD-specific services for family members of COD clients; aftercare; and transitional living for men and women.
Surrounded by a clean and sober protective environment, men and women have the opportunity to focus on their individual recovery issues. Through education, using evidence-based curricula, re-socialization, and development of living skills, program participants learn how to live responsibly without the use of alcohol and/or other drugs and become clean and sober, productive members of society.
We are responding to a growing interest and need for Substance Use Disorder treatment services in the Central Valley and throughout the State of California. Evidence clearly shows that addressing issues related to substance use and abuse will reduce the costs to health care, our families, and society as a whole. Partially due to the Affordable Care Act, there has been a significant increase in the demand for residential and sober-living services. There is also an increasing need for a continuum of treatment that moves from high intensity residential to ongoing continuing and aftercare services in order to support long term recovery.
CVRS contributes to the community by keeping our facilities well-maintained and attractive. Our clients provide manpower support to various individuals and agencies whenever the opportunity presents itself. In addition to the services received by members of the community, our men and women have the opportunity to engage in positive, productive acts of kindness, and to see themselves as contributing members of this community. For example, our consumers volunteer at Emergency Aide, Food Link, Habitat for Humanity, the Children's Museum, United Way, the Fox Theater, and the Bethlehem Center.
All programs are licensed and/or certified by the State of California Alcohol and Drug Department and are ADA compliant. Staff is comprised of a Medical Director, a licensed therapist, and certified alcohol & drug counselors. Rules for acceptance and participation in the program are the same for everyone without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, age, gender, sexual persuasion, ancestry or disability.
Fees are based upon ability to pay. No one will denied access to services due to an inability to pay. Everyone's ability to pay is determined on an individual, case by case basis.