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Addiction Medicine and Recovery Services

NOTE FOR COVID 19: Due to the unprecedented nature of this virus, all in-person groups and regular programs are suspended until further notice.  We are still offering our treatment programs through a combination of individual video and phone appointments and online group visits through WebEx.  Thank you for your patience during this difficult time.

Treatment for chemically dependent patients and their families is provided as a basic medical benefit for most Kaiser members.*  Addiction Medicine and Recovery Services (AMRS) in the Napa/Solano Area offers a full range of outpatient services for substance abusing adults, adult codependents, and substance abusing adolescents and their parents.  An ongoing eight part alcohol and drug abuse education series is offered both in Vallejo and Vacaville at no cost.  Members and non-members may attend this drop-in class.  AMRS staff provides intake assessments and case management, as well as coordination of Employee Assistance Program (EAP), employer and Department of Transportation (DOT) referrals.

AMRS at Vallejo is a sub-regional program and provides services 7 days a week including evenings and holidays.  The Vacaville clinic offers a full range of standard outpatient services.

Patients may call Vallejo AMRS at (707) 651-1050 for an intake appointment or to get more information.  The Vacaville AMRS Program may be reached at (707) 624-2830.  Physicians may refer using e-consult and patients can self-refer by calling directly.

The range of AMRS service includes:

  • Addiction Medicine consultation for patients with possible substance use problems (including hospitalized patients).
  • Medically supervised outpatient detoxification and referral for inpatient medical detoxification (when clinically indicated).
  • Early Intervention Program and Harm Reduction Group (in Vallejo) for patients who may be abusing substances and want to explore the effects these may have on their lives.
  • Intensive Recovery Program for patients to attend four or more times per week AM or PM (most patients can work while in this level of care).
  • Day Treatment Program providing 38 hours/week of daily comprehensive treatment services (patients generally take time off from work while in this level of care).
  • Adolescent CD Treatment Program for teens and parents.
  • Codependency Treatment Program for patients involved with someone who is actively abusing drugs or alcohol.
  • Specialty treatment groups for active participants including Integrated Nicotine Cessation Program, Men’s Anger Management, Dual Diagnosis, and Buprenorphine Management.

*  Some plans provided through the Medicare Solano County Partnership do not include the Chemical Dependency treatment benefit.  Please contact Member Services for clarification regarding members with these plans.