Drug & Alcohol Services Residential Programs
Drug and Alcohol Services provides Residential Treatment or Sober Living Environments for higher-levels of care. Clients have been assessed as needing highly structured Residential Treatment or Sober Living Environments. Gender-specific, sober living environments create a structured and nurturing living arrangement which foster a safe place utilizing the peer-to-peer concept of recovery principles.
Who can use this service?
Anyone that has been diagnosed with a substance use disorder and has the proper assessed level of care can use this service.
Is there a charge for this service?
Each independently operated Sober Living Environment is contracted with County of San Luis Obispo for a specific rate ranging from $27/day to $35/day. There may be funding available through specific grant sources as well as self-pay. Clients may reside in different areas of the County, from Oceano to Paso Robles.
When and where is this service offered?
This service is available throughout the year during regular business hours except during scheduled holidays.
Frequently Asked Questions
Individuals are assessed at a level of care which indicates that for optimum chance of success they need a structured living environment that promotes recovery. They might have also demonstrated that they are homeless or cannot live a sober and healthy life where they are currently residing.
Attend any of our Drug and Alcohol Services clinics walk-in sessions to be assessed or ask for an assessment while in custody at County Jail. If diagnosed with a substance use disorder you will have the opportunity to work with a Case Manager to assist you with placement in a Residential Treatment or Sober Living Environment.
All referrals for the Residential Treatment facilities have to be referred through San Luis Obispo County Behavioral Health Department. Sober Living Environments can be accessed by the general public and fee agreements will be handled by the individual and the Sober Living Environment, if you are not in treatment.
Please contact our access line at 1 (800) 838-1381 for information or to schedule an appointment. All services are available in Spanish.
Licensed by the State Department of Health Care Services.