October 24, 2019 The Newspaper Serving LGBT Los Angeles

Recovery Resources

CRYSTAL METH ANONYMOUS
(855) 638-4373
www.crystalmeth.org

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
(323) 936-4343 or (800) 923-8722
www.lacoaa.org

AL ANON
(for relatives and friends of Alcoholics)
(818) 760-7122
www.alanonla.org

AIDS PROJECT LOS ANGELES
(213) 201-1600
www.apla.org
Addictive Behavior Specialist. Individual therapy, groups and community events for individuals with HIV

BEING ALIVE
(323) 874-4322
www.beingalivela.org
Provides substance abuse counseling for HIV positive community members

BLVD. TREATMENT CENTER
(855) 821-3917
www.blvdcenters.com/
Day and evening intensive outpatient program and sober lving

BREATHE LIFE HEALING CENTER
(310) 659-9088
www.breathelifehealingcenters.com
60-90 day substance abuse rehab in Laurel Canyon

CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL
(323) 660-2450
www.chla.org
Substance abuse programs for youth 12-24 years old

CITYx1
www.cityx1.com
Youth group made up of youth leaders from the community. All activities alcohol/drug- and tobacco-free for youth ages 14-24

FRIENDS COMMUNITY CENTER
(323) 463-1601
www.friendsresearch.org
Provides HIV prevention and substance use treatment to MSM and trans women including one-on-on counseling, groups, street outreach and technology-based interventions (mHealth and eHealth)

KLEAN TREATMENT CENTER
(888) 601-6040
www.kleantreatmentcenter.com
A for-profit residential rehabilitation center that aims to address the underlying factors behind addiction

LOS ANGELES LGBT CENTER
(323) 993-7448
www.lalgbtcenter.org/methrecovery
Provides Crystal Meth and addiction recovery services and programs

MCINTYRE HOUSE
(323) 662-0855
www.mcintyrehouse.org
A residential substance abuse recovery and sober living facility for men. No one turned away for lack of funds

SAFE REFUGE
(562) 987-5722
www.asaferefuge.org
Residential substance abuse/co-occurring mental health treatment, HIV/AIDS services, and recovery support services

TARZANA TREATMENT CENTER
(888)777-8565
www.tarzanatc.org
Comprehensive drug and alcohol treatment center for adults and teens

TWEAKERS PROJECT
www.tweakersproject.org
Resources and referrals for addiction and recovery. The Tweakers Project also distributes condoms and safer sex kits to individuals and groups in need, at no cost

TWIN TOWN TREATMENT CENTERS
(310) 623-1477
www.twintowntreatmentcenters.com
Outpatient alcohol and drug treatment. Government-funded services are available to young adults under the federal “Access to Recovery” program. Private pay options accept most insurance plans and/or flexible payment schedules

VAN NESS RECOVERY HOUSE
(323) 463-4266
www.vannessrecovery.org
Day Treatment, Residential, Sober Living and Aftercare drug and alcohol recovery services targeting LGBT men and women. 12-step meetings throughout the week (AA, OA, NA HIV+, SCA)

WEST HOLLYWOOD RECOVERY CENTER
(310) 360-4833
www.thewhrc.org
12-step group meetings

WESTWIND RECOVERY RESIDENCES
(800) 223-5759
westwindrecovery.com
Sober living residences

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