Alcohol and Drug Treatment Programs

Residential Treatment Center

Santa Fe Recovery Center includes both a residential treatment program along with outpatient services. Our outpatient program includes both intensive outpatient and regular outpatient services. As a fully accredited drug and alcohol treatment program, our clients are assured that they will receive high quality care.

Our residential treatment center offers up to 30 days of treatment depending on clinical/medical necessity. A social detox is available as part of the 30 day treatment program. Treatment is available for both alcohol and drug addictions and includes services for those clients with mental and/or medical illness not requiring acute residential care. As a social detox we are unable to detox you from the following substances: Methadone, Oxycontin, and Benzodiazepines. These drugs require a medical detox.

When an individual enters treatment, they are taking an enormous step toward creating a new life. Both our staff and our Board of Directors here at Santa Fe Recovery Center (SFRC) are committed to supporting the individual on their path to recovery. We know that entering treatment can be scary and intimidating. We are committed to providing a positive and nurturing environment that allows healing to begin.

Personalized individual treatment starts with a phone call to our intake coordinator, Javier Alvarado (505) 365-0950. We also provide financial counseling and insurance verification to assist you in paying for treatment.

 

 

Treatment Programs:

 

Detox/Assessment
Residential Treatment
Outpatient Treatment

“This is a really good program. I benefited a lot from it. I am going to leave with a lot of knowledge to use. I am so glad I decided to stay. It was worth my time. I now know that I have a chance thanks to your staff”

 

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