Substance Use Services
Placer County utilizes Motivational Interviewing approaches to discuss substance use services with you. This means our services are based on your needs. Whether you are contemplating a change or are ready to take action in your treatment, our staff will meet you where you are at in that process.
We recognize that some people struggle to know if they have a problem, let alone how to access support, while others know they have a problem with a substance. We also recognize that treatment can begin at any point of this journey. Whether you are court referred or feel pressured into treatment, or are coming voluntarily, you will be met with attention, compassion, and respect when discussing any further steps or actions. Placer County staff look forward to helping explore recovery with you. View the substance use services brochure (PDF) for more information.
Organized Delivery System for Drug Medi-Cal
Placer County’s Plan for Implementing an Organized Delivery System for Drug Medi-Cal was approved by the Department of Health Care Services in September of 2017. View the DMC-ODS 1115 Waiver Plan (PDF).
Pregnant/parenting substance users and pregnant/parenting IV drug users have referral/admission priority to services and treatment.
Telehealth appointments for the screening clinic are available. Currently in person screening clinics have been cancelled.. Telehealth appointments are available by calling 530-906-3724.
- Placer County Substance Use Treatment Providers (PDF): This is a list of providers contracted with Health and Human Services to provide Substance Use Treatment services to residents of Placer County
- Placer County Substance Use Services Resource Guide (PDF)
- Placer County Drug Medi-Cal Beneficiary Handbook (PDF)
- Placer County Drug Medi-Cal Beneficiary Handbook - Spanish (PDF)
- SAMHSA Treatment Finder: The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Treatment Finder, just put in your address to find a provider in your area
Use the following links to access step-by-step guides developed by the National Institute on Drug Abuse for people with loved ones who might have an addiction problem or for people seeking to help themselves: