Top San Francisco Drug Rehab Center

Friendship House Association of American Indians, Inc. of San Francisco
Friendship House Association of American Indians, Inc. of San Francisco is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) community-based organization that provides residential substance abuse treatment for American Indians. Since its founding in 1963, Friendship House has maintained a strong track record of providing holistic prevention, treatment, and recovery services that are culturally-relevant to American Indians.
Location : San Francisco, CA
Phone : (415) 865-0964

BAART Programs
BAART Programs began providing drug treatment services to several hundred heroin addicts in San Francisco in 1977. Today BAART Programs is a multi-service organization providing drug treatment through a number of clinically proven methods. In addition to drug abuse treatment, BAART Programs provides primary medical care and mental health services through a network of fixed sites and mobile vans. Now serving four states and over 5,000 people per day, we blend state-of-the-art services with a dedicated staff offering personal, caring, and individual attention to each of our patients. Our quality care has been recognized by state and federal governments and accreditation organizations, as well as patients and their families. We are committed to quality community healthcare.
Location : San Francisco, CA
Phone : (415) 863-3883

Bayview Hunters Point Foundation for Community Improvement, Inc.
The Bayview Hunters Point Foundation for Community Improvement, Inc. is a non-profit community-based human services agency founded in 1971. The Foundation was created to address the needs of a predominantly African American, isolated community where essential social services such as legal assistance, drug rehabilitation, and mental health care were unavailable. Programs have now expanded to respond to San Francisco’s diverse communities and client populations and include substance abuse and mental health treatment, youth services, violence prevention/intervention and HIV/AIDS support services. Many of the Foundation’s services are offered citywide. The services provided by the Foundation demonstrate a concern for community issues as well as the ability to meet community needs.
Location : San Francisco, CA
Phone : (415) 468-5100

Walden House
Walden House engages, heals, teaches, trains, houses, clothes, and feeds people with alcohol and other drug addictions in San Francisco and throughout California. Often these people are the most difficult to reach: the mentally ill, people with AIDS, emotionally disturbed and abused adolescents, the socio-economically deprived, and the homeless.
Location : San Francisco, CA
Phone : (415) 554-1100

Asian American Recovery Services, Inc.
The purpose of Asian American Recovery Services, Inc. is to decrease the incidence and impact of substance abuse in the Asian and Pacific Islander communities of the San Francisco Bay Area. To accomplish this goal, Asian American Recovery Services, Inc. develops and provides innovative outreach, treatment, prevention, and research services for its target populations. Because there are multiple causes and effects of substance abuse, Asian American Recovery Services, Inc. also engages in ancillary activities to meet its goal.
Location : San Francisco, CA
Phone : (415) 541-9404