Recovery Services

No One Has To Struggle With Addiction Alone

Nationwide, 19.7 million people battle with an alcohol or drug addiction, and 2.1 million people struggle with opioid addiction. Recovery is a full-time job. It’s important to assemble friends, family members, others in recovery, and professional services to offer support, guidance and advocacy along the way.

Siskiyou County Behavioral Health

Siskiyou County Behavioral Health (SCBH) offers many levels of services for substance use disorder treatment, including individual and group counseling. They also offer the following outpatient treatment programs:

  • Turn Around: An intensive outpatient program
  • Next Step: Services for pregnant or parenting women
  • Adolescent Transformations Outpatient Treatment: Services for teens
  • Life Works: Relapse prevention, life skills
Siskiyou County Behavioral Health

2060 Campus Dr.
Yreka, CA 96097
Phone: (530) 841-4890
After hours crisis line: (800) 842-8979

Behavioral Health

Private Therapists

There are several therapists in the Yreka area who specialize in addictions. Visit this directory to view local therapists, or type in your zip code to view other therapists throughout Siskiyou County.

Private Therapists

Tribal Services

Anav Tribal Health Clinic

9024 Sniktaw Ln
Fort Jones, CA 96032
Phone: (530) 468-4470

You do not have to be a member of the tribe to receive outpatient services for OUD or other substance use disorders. If you are a tribal member, the Anav Clinic (PDF) can refer you to Native American inpatient (residential) drug treatment programs. They will also work hard to find appropriate inpatient programs for non-tribal members.

Karuk Tribe

1519 South Oregon Street
Yreka, CA 96097
Phone: (530) 842-9200
Fax: (530) 842-9207

You do not have to be a member of the tribe to receive outpatient services for OUD or other substance use disorders. Out of area in-patient treatment is covered by the Tribe, depending on funding, for tribal members and their descendants. The Tribe will make referrals for residential treatment for non-tribal members, but do not cover associated costs.

Opioid Treatment Programs (including methadone)

Redding (Shasta County)

Aegis Treatment Centers

1147 Hartnell Ave
Redding, CA 96002
Phone: (530) 222-7213

Medford (Jackson County)

Allied Health Services of Medford

777 Murphy Road
Medford, OR 97504
Phone: (541) 705-2258

In-Patient (Residential) Treatment

There are currently no in-patient treatment centers for OUD available in the Siskiyou County. Below is a list of the closest residential treatment programs.

Redding (Shasta County)

Empire Recovery Center

1237 California St.
Redding, CA 96001
Phone: (530) 243-7470
Accepts most insurance
Levels of care: Residential, Detox

Visions of the Cross

3648 El Portal Drive
Redding, CA 96001
Phone: (530) 722-1114
Fax: (530) 722-1115
Accepts Medi-Cal and most insurance
Levels of care: Outpatient, Intensive outpatient, Perinatal residential

Medford (Jackson County)

Ontrack Inc DADS Program

515 Franquette Avenue
Medford, OR. 97504
Phone: (541)779-2003
Levels of care: In-patient drug rehab, Short term treatment, Long term treatment, Computerized treatment

Hazel Center SRTF

1911 Hazel Street
Medford, OR 97501
Phone: (541) 472-9939
Levels of care: In-patient drug rehab, Group therapy, Individual psychotherapy, Cognitive/behavior therapy

Medford Drug and Alcohol Rehab Center

1020 Biddle Rd.
Medford, OR 97504
Phone: (541) 205-9579
Levels of care: Hospital in-patient, Short term treatment, Long term treatment, Group therapy

VA Southern Oregon Rehab Center

8495 Crater Lake Highway
White City, OR 97503
Phone: (541) 826-2111
Levels of care: In-patient drug rehab, Out-patient drug rehab, Group therapy, Trauma therapy, Telemedicine therapy

A Note on Recovery in the Time of Covid-19

While maintaining a support network can be challenging in these pandemic times, it is important that you keep these connections going.

Fortunately, most — if not all — services now use some form of telehealth, which offers electronic ways to connect with your doctor, counselor or support group. Some people find it difficult to make this change, but after trying it a couple of times, a lot of people actually find that they prefer to attend support groups or talk to their doctor online.

If you haven’t already, be sure to check with your support team to see what arrangements have been made to maintain services. This is not a time to be alone!

You can also find other online support groups here. Going online allows you to seek support without having to be face-to-face, which may work better if you are an introvert, have social anxiety, or are new to recovery.