Friendship House has a variety of programs for men and women that focus on drug and alcohol addiction recovery. Friendship House Association of American Indians, Inc. was established by the Christian Reform Church in San Francisco in 1963 as a gathering place for the thousands of American Indian people. They are a prevention, treatment and recovery service center responding to the needs of the American Indian community. They operate three major programs focusing on prevention and recovery from addiction with a $5million annual operating budget and 65 full time employees.
Friendship House utilizes a holistic model linking culturally-relevant substance abuse treatment, rehabilitation, and prevention. The treatment component includes substance abuse and mental health counseling, and medical referrals. Rehabilitation includes educational and job training, housing referrals, and aftercare counseling to support re-entry into the community. Prevention involves wellness education, parenting skills, and traditional American Indian spiritual and cultural values.
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Buprenorphine used in treatment
Substance Abuse Treatment
Residential Long-Term Treatment
Residential Short-Term Treatment
Criminal Justice Clients
Services for the hearing-impaired
American Indian or Alaska Native languages
ASL or other assistance for hearing impaired
Access to Recovery
Access to Recovery (ATR) voucher
IHS/638 contract care funds
Substance Abuse Services
Very nice treatment center!
I don't prefer centers like this one, but I would use it in future if needed.
I was sadisfided from this center.
I like it so much!
Not very good, but nice enough.