Drug & Alcohol Rehabs in
Lancaster, CA

 Lancaster California Drug Alcohol Rehab
If you are living with substance addiction and ready to enter recovery, you can easily find quality alcohol rehab or drug rehab in Lancaster. The city has more than a dozen addiction recovery facilities, many offering a full continuum of care. Whether you’re looking for inpatient treatment, a flexible outpatient program, therapy for co-occurring conditions, or aftercare, you can access various levels of care throughout the city. In addition, most Lancaster rehab centers take one or more forms of insurance. Several even offer sliding scale payment structures to make treatment more accessible to all.

Find Rehab Centers in Lancaster

Thumbnail Name Address Phone Treatment Insurance
The High Road Program CA 93534 The High Road Program

44823 Date Avenue
Lancaster, CA 93534

661-942-2241 Outpatient N/A
Western Pacific Med Corporation Lancaster CA 93534 Western Pacific Med Corporation Lancaster

45335 Sierra Highway
Lancaster, CA 93534

661-949-8599 Outpatient Detox Medicaid Private
Alcohol Drug Abuse Center

805 West Avenue J
Lancaster, CA 93534

661-945-9421 Outpatient Detox Private
High Desert Recovery Services CA 93536 High Desert Recovery Services

44900 60th Street West
Lancaster, CA 93536

661-940-3549 Outpatient Detox Medicaid
Design for Change Drug Rehab and Addiction Treatment CA 93535 Design for Change Drug Rehab and Addiction Treatment

1066 East Avenue J
Lancaster, CA 93535

855-997-1372 Outpatient Detox Inpatient Private
Tarzana Treatment Center Antelope Valley Family Medical Clinic CA 93534 Tarzana Treatment Center Antelope Valley Family Medical Clinic

907 West Lancaster Boulevard
Lancaster, CA 93534

888-777-8565 Outpatient Inpatient Medicaid Private
Quest 2 Recovery CA 93536 Quest 2 Recovery

3239 West Avenue K1
Lancaster, CA 93536

866-480-2496 Outpatient Inpatient N/A
Still Waters Recovery Homes CA 93535 Still Waters Recovery Homes

45128 Loma Vista Drive
Lancaster, CA 93535

661-202-7384 Inpatient N/A
VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System Antelope Valley CA 93535 VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System Antelope Valley

340 East Avenue I
Lancaster, CA 93535

661-729-8655 Outpatient Private Free
Tarzana Treatment Centers Antelope Valley CA 93534 Tarzana Treatment Centers Antelope Valley

44447 10th Street West
Lancaster, CA 93534

888-777-8565 Detox Inpatient Medicaid Private
Tarzana Treatment Centers Antelope Valley CA 93534 Tarzana Treatment Centers Antelope Valley

44443 North 10th Street West
Lancaster, CA 93534

888-777-8565 Outpatient Inpatient Medicaid Private
Paving the Way Foundation CA 93534 Paving the Way Foundation

44818 Fern Avenue
Lancaster, CA 93534

661-522-4134 Outpatient N/A
Antelope Valley Hospital Mental Health Services CA 93534 Antelope Valley Hospital Mental Health Services

1600 West Avenue J
Lancaster, CA 93534

661-949-5000 Inpatient Medicaid Private
Change Lanes Youth Support

45118 13th Street West
Lancaster, CA 93534

661-948-2555 Outpatient Private
Tarzana Treatment Centers 44447 10th Street West CA 93534 Tarzana Treatment Centers 44447 10th Street West

44447 10th Street West
Lancaster, CA 93534

661-726-2630 Inpatient Medicaid Private
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Lancaster, CA, Drug and Alcohol Statistics

Like most of Los Angeles County’s 88 cities, Lancaster has dealt with substance misuse issues among its residents for many years. County data collected during 2020 shows that:1, 2, 3

Cost of Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Lancaster, CA

The cost of alcohol and drug rehab in Lancaster is based on several variables and fluctuates from facility to facility. What you’ll pay for treatment depends heavily on the treatment setting you need (inpatient vs. outpatient), your program length, whether you have insurance, and what your plan covers.

Other factors that can impact your rehab expenses include the type of treatment you require (dual diagnosis, medication-assisted, etc.) and the type of facility you choose. State-funded and non-profit rehab centers are typically significantly less expensive than luxury facilities. Outpatient programs are also much more affordable than their inpatient counterparts in most cases.

Within a 25-mile radius of Lancaster, you’ll find 14 alcohol and drug rehab facilities.4 Many of them accept various forms of health insurance, and roughly half of them offer some form of financial assistance to eligible individuals. Of the treatment centers in and near the Lancaster area:4

If you need treatment but know you’ll struggle to pay for it, you can still access help. Several Lancaster alcohol rehabs and drug rehabs are willing to work with patients, regardless of their ability to pay.

Free Treatment Options in Lancaster

If you need help paying for treatment or can’t afford to pay anything at all, you still have options for accessing care.

Paying for Treatment With Insurance

If you have private or public health insurance, it may cover a portion or all of your treatment costs at a drug or alcohol rehab in Lancaster.5, 6 But your coverage for treatment services depends entirely on your provider and plan. If your plan has a network, and most do, it’s likely in your best interest to choose a facility within that network. While you’re free to choose a treatment facility outside the plan’s network, you’ll likely pay more out of pocket if you do.

If you’re unsure what kind of benefits you have or which facilities are in your plan’s network, call your provider and ask.

Whether you have a Marketplace plan, an employer-sponsored plan, Medi-Cal, or Medicare, your insurance may significantly reduce your treatment costs. If you have excellent coverage, your treatment may end up being virtually free.

State-Funded Drug or Alcohol Rehab in Lancaster, CA

If you don’t have the means to pay for treatment, you may want to consider a state-funded drug or alcohol rehab in Lancaster. These facilities get funding from the government, which allows them to provide evidence-based treatment for uninsured and underinsured California residents who can’t afford to pay for rehab.

To qualify for reduced-cost or free care, you’ll need to show proof of income and state residency. You’ll likely also need to provide proof of your insurance status and addiction status. If you’re interested in applying to a state-funded rehab facility, you can contact the California Department of Health Care Services to learn more.

Sliding Scale Treatment Programs

If you’re struggling financially, look for an alcohol or drug rehab in Lancaster that uses a sliding fee scale. Facilities that offer services on this type of variable fee scale will use your income to determine how much you can afford to pay. If you have a low income, you’ll likely qualify for reduced-cost care. Depending on your financial situation and the way the facility structures its fees, treatment may even be free.

Rehab Scholarships

Some rehab scholarships provide partial funding for a recipient’s treatment costs, while others cover the cost of treatment in full. In some cases, rehab facilities offer these need-based awards, but they’re also offered by third-party donor groups that fund treatment for people in need. If you’re interested in getting a scholarship, you’ll need to do your research to find one. Local charity organizations and social services groups may be able to point you in the right direction. You can also search online for “local alcohol rehabs” or “drug rehabs near Lancaster” and call local facilities to ask if they offer this type of financial assistance. When you apply, you must provide proof of financial need and may need to prove you’ve exhausted all other assistance options available to you.

Should I Travel to Lancaster for Drug and Alcohol Treatment in California?

powerlines in lancaster caTraveling to an alcohol or drug rehab in Lancaster may be a good choice for your needs and situation if:

Neighborhoods in Lancaster for Drug and Alcohol Rehab

Lancaster lies in northern Los Angeles County in the Antelope Valley on the western edge of the Mojave Desert. If you’re outdoorsy and enjoy being in a high desert environment, you’ll love the area no matter where you go.

In the city’s northeastern section, you’ll find the Museum of Art and History, as well as the Rancho Sierra Golf Course and Steve Owen Memorial Park. Toward the city center, you’ll find the Prime Desert Woodland Preserve. There, you can enjoy three miles of trails that showcase the area’s abundant flora and fauna. The southwestern region of the city is home to DryTown Water Park and also affords quick access to Ritter Ranch Park and Alpine Butte Wildlife Sanctuary.

How Do I Choose a Drug or Alcohol Rehab?

Choosing an addiction treatment center is a big decision, as the facility you choose will play a central role in your recovery journey. As you consider various Lancaster drug rehabs and alcohol rehabs, consider the following factors to help narrow down your options:

Types of Addiction Treatment Programs in Lancaster, CA

Lancaster alcohol rehabs and drug rehabs offer various types of treatment programs to suit a wide range of individual needs and preferences. Your addiction status, mental health status, background, identity, and life situation will help determine which of the following programs is right for you:

LGBTQ+ Rehab

These programs provide a safe, inclusive, understanding space for LGBTQ+ persons to express their needs, support one another, and work through the unique challenges they often face.

Faith-Based Rehab

Faith-based rehab programs offer a spiritual approach to addiction recovery, integrating prayer groups and literature studies into treatment plans. If your religion is important to you, you may want to consider finding a spiritual rehab.

Inpatient programs
These highly intensive programs require you to live at the rehab facility while participating in several hours of supervised, evidence-based treatment daily.

Telehealth programs
These online programs provide evidence-based therapy virtually, typically via video on a computer, smartphone, or tablet.

Outpatient programs

These evidence-based programs (which include PHPs, IOPs, and standard programs) allow you to live at home but require you to attend several hours of treatment each week.

Dual diagnosis programs

These programs provide simultaneous, evidence-based therapy for co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders.

Veteran’s Rehab
These programs address the unique treatment needs of former military members and provide a supportive, understanding environment for healing to take place.

Luxury Rehab

These programs provide evidence-based treatment in a high-end, luxurious setting that includes several posh amenities to make patients as comfortable as possible.

Executive Rehab

These programs provide high-level professionals with the privacy and work-related resources they need to maintain their corporate responsibilities while undergoing treatment.

Alcohol and Drug Laws in Lancaster, CA

911 Good Samaritan Law: In California, anyone who seeks emergency medical assistance for themselves or someone else during a drug-related overdose cannot be arrested, charged, or prosecuted for drug possession or use. This law does not, however, protect individuals who have large amounts of illicit substances and appear to be involved in drug distribution activities.7

Naloxone Standing Order: This order allows community organizations and other entities — including public health departments, harm-reduction programs, jails, and homeless programs — to legally distribute naloxone to anyone at risk of an opioid overdose. Such organizations can also give naloxone to family members, friends, or other individuals who may be able to help save an at-risk person’s life.8

Business and Professions Code Section 4052.1: Under this statewide code, licensed California pharmacists can legally give naloxone to anyone at risk of an opioid overdose, even if they don’t have a prescription. Anyone who may be able to administer naloxone to an overdose victim can also get the life-saving, opioid-reversal medication from a participating pharmacy without a prescription.9

Drug Treatment Diversion Program: Under California Proposition 36, individuals convicted of nonviolent drug possession can choose probation and diversion into an addiction treatment program rather than spending time in jail. By law, this choice is only available to first- and second-time offenders.10

Accommodations for Employees Who Voluntarily Enter Addiction Treatment: Under California Labor Code Section 1025-1028, employers with 25 or more staff members must make reasonable accommodations for employees who want to enroll in addiction treatment. “Reasonable accommodations” can vary but may include allowing employees to use sick days, take protected, unpaid leave, or use vacation days. The code also requires employers to take measures to safeguard the privacy of any employee who has entered rehab.

If you’d like to learn more about the Lancaster drug rehabs and alcohol rehabs available to you, we’re here to help. Call our 24/7 helpline at 800-926-9037 (Info iconWho Answers?) to explore your local addiction recovery options with one of our knowledgeable treatment support specialists.


  1. Los Angeles County Public Health Substance Abuse Prevention and Control. (2022, July). SAPC Data Brief, Excessive Drinking and Consequences.
  2. Los Angeles County Public Health Substance Abuse Prevention and Control. (2021, August). Annual Overview: Patients in Publicly Funded Substance Use Disorder Treatment Program in Los Angeles County 2019-2020 Fiscal Year.
  3. Los Angeles County Public Health Substance Abuse Prevention and Control. (2021, January). Data Report: Accidental Drug Overdose Deaths in Los Angeles County During the COVID-19 Pandemic.
  4. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (n.d.). FindTreatment.gov.
  5. California Department of Health Care Services. (n.d.). Drug Medi-Cal Overview.
  6. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. (2016). Medicare Coverage of Substance Abuse Services.
  7. California Legislature. (2011, June 07). Assembly Bill 472.
  8. California Department of Public Health. (2018, June 18). Naloxone Standing Order Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).
  9. Cornell Law School. (n.d.). California Code Regulations Title 16 § 1746.3 – Protocol for Pharmacists Furnishing Naloxone Hydrochloride.
  10. California Legislature. (n.d.). Proposition 36.
  11. California Legislature. (n.d.). Labor Code Chapter 3.7. Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation [1025-1028].