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Residential Detoxification

RESIDENTIAL detoxification programs typically offer 3 to 7 days of residential care. These programs monitor and support a person who is suffering symptoms of withdrawal from the effects of the addictive substances. Programs may offer medical supervision and drugs to ease withdrawal effects.

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JANUS OF SANTA CRUZ
200 7th Ave., Suite 150
Santa Cruz, CA 95062

(831) 462-1060

www.janussc.org

For over 30 years, Janus of Santa Cruz has helped thousands of people find their way out of alcohol and drug addiction and into healthy and productive lives. We offer help, hope and results to individuals and families in need of alcoholism rehabilitation, drug detoxification and opiate addiction treatment. Janus provides a variety of alcohol and drug rehab options designed for individual needs, from Outpatient Services and Short-term Detoxification to Extended Residential Treatment and ongoing medical treatment for opiate addiction at the Janus Community Clinic. Our Perinatal Program offers both residential and day programs for drug and alcohol dependent pregnant women and new mothers. And our two Sober Living Environments provide short-term as well as long-term stays. Insurance accepted. Medi-Cal accepted for Perinatal treatment. Santa Cruz residents may be eligible for no cost services. Wheelchair accessible. Bilingual. Se Habla Español 
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THE CAMP
3192 Glen Canyon Road
Scotts Valley, CA 95066

(831) 438-1868 or
(800) 924-2879

www.camprecovery.com

Residential treatment center with medically supervised detox services. Capacity: 53 adult and 17 adolescent beds. Flexible lengths of stay, maximum 30 days for inpatient care. Intensive outpatient services also available. Per diem rates for all levels of care. Private insurance accepted. Lifetime aftercare included. Wheelchair accessible. No bilingual or hearing impaired services.

Contact: Casey McElwee, (831) 438-1868

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