The steady rise of open drug use on the streets of San Francisco is a matter of concern for its residents. Fortunately, many treatment services are available for these individuals to life a life of sobriety. The San Francisco Community Behavioral Health Services (CBHS) offers a range of behavioral health programs that treat addiction.
There are many treatment programs in city districts such as the Mission district, Western Addition, Hayes Valley, etc. The Treatment Access Program (TAP) , another unit of CBHS is involved in assessment, referral and placement of people in need of treatment. There are many rehabilitation centers in and around the city of San Francisco which offer a wide range of treatment services.
These include outpatient programs, inpatient treatment, peer alumni groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous, Medicine-assisted treatment, harm reduction programs and relapse prevention strategies. Rehabs inpatient treatment typically involves staying in a protected environment away from substances, detoxification and management of withdrawal and appropriate psychological and pharmacological interventions.
Various therapies are implemented such as Cognitive Behavioral therapy, Motivation Enhancement therapy, Dialectical Behavior therapy and Mindfulness training. These help the individual overcome their compulsive dependency on substances and alter maladaptive behavioral and emotional patterns such as avoidance, aggression, resentment, etc.
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