Top 15 Alcohol & Drug Rehab Centers in Woodland, CA & Free Treatment Resources

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Woodland, CA, is the county seat of Yolo County. Located in the Central Valley, Woodland is part of the Sacramento metropolitan area. For many years, the city and surrounding area’s economy has been agriculturally based. Yolo County is one of the largest crop producers in the state. In 2020, Yolo County reported 8 fentanyl-involved deaths. In February of that year, a Woodland man was charged with distributing fentanyl which led to one of those deaths. A little more than a year later, Woodland Police arrested 3 people for possession of fentanyl, methamphetamine, cocaine, heroin, liquid heroin, and Xanax bars.1,2,3 There are a wide variety of drug and alcohol rehab centers in Woodland designed to treat all types of substance use disorders. From inpatient to outpatient programs, you’ll find a Woodland treatment program that can meet your unique addiction needs.

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Substance Abuse Statistics in Woodland, CA

Compared to the county as a whole, Woodland has a higher rate of drug overdose deaths. Here’s a breakdown of alcohol and drug use statistics for Woodland and Yolo County:4,5,6

Levels of Care for Substance Abuse

Multiple levels of care exist for alcohol and drug rehab in California. Some residents require all levels of care during their journey to recovery, while others receive only the less intensive options.

Medical Detox

Detox is the process of safely and comfortably removing drugs or alcohol from your system while in a supervised medical setting. Many people choose a medical detox program to prevent severe withdrawal symptoms. This is often the first step in the recovery process, completed before transitioning into formal inpatient addiction treatment services.

Inpatient Care

An inpatient or residential setting involves living at an accredited rehab facility 24/7 to receive treatment for addiction. A combination of evidence-based interventions are provided, including individual and group therapy, nutritional counseling, and medication administration.

Partial hospitalization programs (PHPs)

PHPs are a type of outpatient treatment in California that often involve many of the same therapies and methods of inpatient care. The difference being that you only visit the drug rehab during scheduled session times, then you can return home.

Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOPs)

A step down from PHPs, IOPs are a type of outpatient treatment in California allowing you to attend onsite sessions for several hours a day, multiple days each week, while spending the rest of your time at home, working, or fulfilling other obligations.

Standard Outpatient

As the least intensive setting, standard outpatient care is appropriate for California residents who are highly motivated and have a strong support system. It involves just one or two hours of treatment per week.

Relapse Prevention

Aftercare, or relapse prevention, provides ongoing support after a rehab program is complete. Aftercare may include 12-step groups, non-12-step groups like SMART Recovery, ongoing therapy, sober living homes, and more.

How to Pay for Substance Abuse Treatment in California

Private Insurance

Every insurance provider in the U.S. is required by law to provide at least some coverage for mental health and substance abuse treatment. In California, residents should contact their insurance provider to confirm specific coverage with their carrier, including applicable copays.

Medi-Cal

Medi-Cal is California’s Medicaid program. Funded by federal and state taxes, this program pays for medical services for children and adults who have limited income. To qualify for Medi-Cal, California residents must meet income requirements and be one of the following: pregnant, responsible for a child under 21 years old, blind, disabled or a disabled family member, or 65 years or older.

California Medicare

California Medicare is a government program providing coverage to residents who are over the age of 65 or who have end-stage renal disease. California residents can use Medicare to cover the cost of rehab and other addiction treatment services; however, not all rehabs accept Medicare insurance.

Sliding Scale Payment Options

Sliding scale payment plans only charge California residents what they can afford, based on their income. To qualify, residents typically need to provide proof of income and assets.

TRICARE in California

California TRICARE (West Region) is a government program that provides health insurance for military personnel, veterans, and their dependents. TRICARE coverage includes addiction treatment services, such as rehab and medication-assisted treatment (MAT).

IHS-Funded Drug Rehabs

Drug rehab programs funded by the Indian Health Service provide free addiction treatment to California Natives and Indigenous peoples in the U.S.

Getting to and Around Woodland, CA

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Traveling to and within Woodland is not difficult. If you’re hoping to get addiction treatment at a Woodland drug or alcohol rehab or will be in the city visiting someone who is attending rehab, here are some helpful tips:

  • Woodland is located at the intersection of Interstate 5 and State Route 113.
  • The Sacramento International Airport is 8 miles to the east of Woodland.
  • Woodland is part of the Yolo County Transportation District bus service called “YOLOBUS.” Buses run to downtown Sacraments, Davis, and other areas of Yolo County.
  • Woodland is mostly car-dependent, though it’s not uncommon to walk or ride bikes.
  • The Heidrick Ag History Center in Woodland has rare and unique agricultural machinery and vehicles on display.
  • Yolo County Historical Museum is located in the former home of two Woodland pioneers. It houses furnishings and artifacts dating from the 1850s to the 1930s.
  • The Woodland Public Library was funded by Andrew Carnegie and was built in 1905. It’s the oldest library funded by Carnegie in California that is still in operation.
  • The Woodland Opera House is one of the city’s most historic landmarks and was originally built in 1885.
  • Off I-5, you’ll find several national chain hotel options.

California Alcohol and Drug Laws

California law includes the following policies related to substance abuse:1,2,3,4,5

California Employee Protections for Drug or Alcohol Rehab: California’s labor code requires employers with 25 or more employees to provide accommodation to staff who voluntarily choose to attend alcohol or drug rehab. This may include unpaid time off or use of sick or vacation time. Employees who wish to request time off for addiction treatment may be able to request it under the Family and Medical Leave Act or the California Family Rights Act.

Substance Abuse and Crime Prevention Act: This act provides treatment opportunities for individuals who are convicted of non-violent crimes. Eligible offenders may serve their time in drug treatment rather than in prison.

California Government Prevention and Care Services: Senate Bill 110 expanded these services to include contingency management (an incentivized treatment program) as a benefit covered under Medi-Cal. Patients who demonstrate substance-free behavior, such as drug-free urine tests, are rewarded with vouchers or gift cards.

California Ethical Treatment for Persons with Substance Use Disorder Act: This bill protects residents undergoing addiction treatment by requiring alcohol and drug rehabs in California to adopt a client bill of rights that seeks to ensure every client is are treated with dignity, honesty, and respect.

California’s Good Samaritan Law: This law encourages California residents to call 9-1-1 if an overdose is suspected. It protects individuals who seek emergency medical care for overdose from legal repercussions for possession of a controlled substance/drug paraphernalia or providing alcohol to minors.

Resources

  1. Yolo County District Attorney. (2021, June 17). Yolo County DA to Issue Warning of Homicide Charges for Narcotics Traffickers Causing Fentanyl-Related Deaths.
  2. The United States District Attorney’s Office Eastern District of California. (2020, July 20). Woodland Man Indicted for Fentanyl Overdose Death and Fentanyl Trafficking Conspiracy.
  3. Yolo County Health & Human Services Agency and Yolo County District Attorney. (2021). Yolo County Fentanyl Epidemic.
  4. California Department of Public Health. (n.d.). California overdose surveillance dashboard.
  5. Woodland Police Department. (2022). 2021 Annual Report.
  6. University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute. (2022). County Health Rankings – Yolo County.

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