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Chemical Dependency Services

8247 E. Stockton Blvd. 
South Valley Centre 
Sacramento, CA 95828 
Maps & Directions

Hours:
Monday through Thursday – 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Friday – 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Closed during lunch, 12:30 to 1:30 p.m.

Telephone
Appt/Advice: 916-525-6100
Fax: 916-525-6160
Cancellation: 916-525-6790

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Our Mission

Kaiser Permanente’s Chemical Dependency Services are designed to help individuals lead a chemical-free life, to assist the family in their own recovery, and to identify healthy ways for the family to respond to and support the chemically dependent individual during the recovery process.

Services

The program offers an outpatient support/educational focus toward the treatment of chemical dependency for health plan members and their families/significant others. Patients attend weekly group and educational sessions as a requirement of continued program enrollment. Individual and family counseling are also available. Attendance at self-help meetings is expected. (A.A., N.A., LifeRing, Al-Anon, etc.)

Program Eligibility

Our services are available to all Kaiser Permanente members. No referral is necessary. To schedule an appointment for an evaluation or enroll in the program, an adult (over 18 years old) seeking treatment must call the Psychiatry Department Triage Line at 916-525-6100. The parent or legal guardian of a minor may schedule an appointment for their child.

The initial appointment is the same co-payment as a medical office visit. Classes are offered at no cost.

Patient Confidentiality

The Chemical Dependency Program is voluntary and confidential. No individual information can be divulged without a written release signed by the patient.
What is chemical dependency?
How do alcohol and other mind-altering drugs work?

kp.org Health Encyclopedia Resources:

Adult Alcohol and other Drug Use Issues
Helping Someone You Care about with an Alcohol or other Drug Problem
Adolescent Alcohol and Other Drug Issues