Safe Refuge provides a comprehensive array of drug and alcohol treatment, recovery and housing programs, matching every individual with the treatment program that best meets his or her needs.
They provide affordable treatment to the Southern California community, including special programs for low-income and homeless individuals.
- Residential Treatment
- Outpatient Treatment
- Supportive Housing
- Supportive Services
- Aftercare Services
Safe Refuges transitional and long-term housing programs provide furnished apartments with 1, 2, or 3 bedrooms for men, women and families seeking a supportive housing environment after completing treatment for alcohol or substance abuse.
All of the apartments are located within walking distance of their continuing care outpatient services.
Costs are calculated on a sliding scale according to each individuals ability to pay.
Some of their clients qualify for government-funded housing with a small co-payment.
Safe Refuge assists a wide range of under-served clients with a full spectrum of programs designed to help them rebuild their lives and move them to self-sufficiency.
Their services encompass housing for low-income and homeless individuals and families; outpatient group and individual counseling; private and individual counseling.
Eligible clients include:
- Low-income and homeless individuals
- Adolescents (ages 18-24)
- Individuals with a substance abuse diagnosis
- Individuals living with HIV/AIDS
- Adults with co-occurring disorders (mental illness and substance abuse)
- Male and female parolees
- Pregnant women and women with children
- Batterers and victims of domestic violence
Services: Substance abuse treatment services
Fees: Sliding fee scale. Call for rates and qualifications. Payment assistance av
Insurances: Self payment, Medicaid, Private health insurance, Access to Recovery
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What is your current addiction that you are seeking help for? How long have you been addicted to it?
8 years alcoholic
meth 10 yrs
2020-3-3 08:56 Heroin/ 6 years
30 years alcohol 25 years merh
Alcohol, 10 years
heroin 10 years
Meth 3 months
Meth 5 years
Meth - 16 yrs
Marijuana 7 years
Meth, 6 years
Have you ever been to a rehab facility before? How was it? What did you pay for treatment? (Let us also know the name of the treatment center)
yes i been to a rehab and its all right and medical paided for it
ABC recovery I left after 5 days . Medical paid for it
I have been twice and am about to go again. They were 18 days and I failed by not doing aftercare properly. My Medicaid paid for all of it.
yes too many to list
Do you have health insurance? Do you have a high deductible?
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want my life back
i want my life back please help
On September 23 2018 I survived cardiac arrest. I was dead for w0 minutes. I'm in a toxic relationahip
I went a few years without even having a drink and Iíll go months then binge for months. Itís a never ending cycle.. My family is almost ready to give up because they feel helpless and Iíve lost relationships and am about to lose this current one. I canít keep a job because of the alcohol.
I have to get enrolled asap I'm trying to get my kids back my ex got me on this and I can't stop , I lost everything my kids and our home I want to get right and get my babies back it's hard to quit
I'm woeking to get my family back and my kids back from dcfs and I will do whatever it takes
tried a million times to quit
Have you ever had free rehab before? How did you get in to the program?
2020-03-03 by looking and calling every number I found on the internet
Yes, I contacted Swmba and set me up with a facility.
Do they accept ex felons?