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Help is available. Overcoming fentanyl abuse is hard but recovery is possible.

If you or someone you know is struggling, contact your healthcare practitioner or find information, understanding, and treatment options below.

Santa Barbara County Department of Behavioral Wellness

Find resources and services that promote the prevention of, and recovery, from addiction and mental illness among individuals, families and communities.

888-868-1649
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Santa Barbara County Department of Behavioral Wellness – Alcohol and Drug Programs

Find resources and services for substance use disorder treatment, intervention, prevention and more. Visit our website or call our 24/7 Access Line at (888)-868-1649 for more information.

888-868-1649
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Alcohol and Drug Programs Provider Directory

Find our Santa Barbara County Department of Behavioral Wellness contracted providers for substance use disorder treatment and prevention services.

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Prevention and Early Intervention Services

Family Service Agency (FSA)

A non-profit organization that is contracted through the county and provides prevention services including the Strengthening Families Program for children/youth, adults and families.

(805) 743-4146
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fsacares.org

Fighting Back Santa Maria Valley

A non-profit organization that is contracted through the county and provides prevention services to youth and the general community.

(805) 346-1774
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fbsmv.com

Future Leaders of America (FLA)

A non-profit organization contracted with the county that provides prevention services for youth and the general community.

(805) 642-6208
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futureleadersnow.org

Pacific Pride Foundation

A non-profit organization that is contracted through the county and provides prevention and early intervention services including Naloxone training and distribution and HIV education and testing services.

(805) 963-3636
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pacificpridefoundation.org

People Helping People

A non-profit organization that is contracted with the county to provide prevention services for youth and the general community.

(805) 686-0295
TTY:
syvphp.org

Treatment Services

Aegis Treatment Centers

An opioid treatment program contracted with the county to provide outpatient treatment, including medications for addiction treatment for adults.

(800) 782-1520
TTY:
pinnacletreatment.com/aegis

Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse (CADA)

A non-profit organization contracted with the county that provides substance use disorder treatment including withdrawal management, residential treatment, and outpatient treatment services for adults and adolescents. Outpatient services also include specialized perinatal services.

(805) 925-8860
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cadasb.org

Good Samaritan Shelter

A non-profit organization contracted with the county that provides substance use disorder treatment including withdrawal management, residential treatment, and outpatient treatment services for adults. Residential and outpatient services also include specialized perinatal services.

(805) 346-8185
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goodsamaritanshelter.org

Sanctuary Centers of Santa Barbara

A non-profit organization that is a contracted provider with the county to provide substance use disorder treatment services, including outpatient treatment services for adults. Outpatient services also include specialized services for co-occuring disorders.

(805) 569-2785
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sanctuarycenters.org

Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Wellness and Recovery Access Point

This program is county-operated and provides substance use disorder treatment including medications for addiction treatment, outpatient treatment services, and care coordincation services for adults and adolescents.

(805) 681-5323
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Youth Opioid Response (YOR) Place Lompoc

This program is county-operated and provides substance use disorder prevention and treatment services including prevention services, early intervention services, medications for addiction treatment, and outpatient treatment services for adolescents, transitional-aged youth and their families.

(805) 260-1108
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Tarzana Treatment Centers

An organization located outside of Santa Barbara County that is a contracted provider with the county to provide substance use disorder treatment services including withdrawal management and residential treatment for adults and adolescents.

(818) 996-1051 ext 1186
TTY:
tarzanatc.org

Naloxone Resources

Cottage Hospital – Santa Barbara, Goleta, and Santa Ynez Valley

Cottage Health hospitals provide 24-hour emergency care and Naloxone (NARCAN) distribution. NARCAN is available free of charge in the Emergency Departments at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital, Goleta Valley Cottage Hospital and Santa Ynez Valley Cottage Hospital. Anyone who comes to the Emergency Department and requests NARCAN can receive it unconditionally and anonymously. Whether you use substances or love someone who does, you can get NARCAN at Cottage with no questions asked.

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Lompoc Valley Medical Center Emergency Department

24-hour emergency care and Naloxone distribution. LVMC's Emergency Department is a distribution site for Naloxone. People at risk of an opioid-related overdose, or a person who is a family member, friend or anyone in a position to assist a person at risk, may go to LVMC's Emergency Department and request a free box of Naloxone. That person must be willing to learn the basic elements of overdose prevention and how to administer Naloxone nasally. Naloxone is distributed for Free.

(805) 737-3333
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lompocvmc.com

Marian Regional Medical Center Emergency Department

24-hour emergency care and Naloxone distribution. Anyone can walk into the Emergency Department to request and receive Naloxone over the counter for free. Recipients will receive education on the basic elements of overdose and how to administer Naloxone nasally.

(833) 390-1930
TTY:
dignityhealth.org

Pacific Pride Foundation

Regional Naloxone distribution. Please call (805) 963-3636 or email hello@pacificpridefoundation.org for current information regarding community Naloxone distribution times and locations.

(805) 963-3636
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pacificpridefoundation.org

Santa Barbara County Department of Behavioral Wellness – Alcohol and Drug Programs

Community members may request Naloxone for personal use by completing the Naloxone Now SB request form, by calling (805) 681-5323 or by attending a Naloxone distribution event at YOR Place (dates and times for distribution events are posted on the YOR Place calendar on website). Requests through Naloxone Now SB or by telephone will be processed within two business days and mailed within 3-5 business days.

(805) 681-5323
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Naloxone Now SB →

Additional Resources

Santa Barbara County Opioid Safety Coalition

Find resources and services for individuals who are seeking treatment for opioid use disorders for themselves or a loved one.

TTY:
opioidsafetysb.org
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